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A highlight from 103 Organarchist Part 2
"Welcome to Oregon Rooted, I'm Higher Peaks, and this is Lady Sativa. You're listening to The Dirt Show, where we bring you Oregon's cannabis culture. Salt farming, basically. Nitrogen is a gas. How the fuck do you put nitrogen in a plant in a bag of powder? You've got a bag of powder, how the fuck is there a gas in that bag of powder? I'll explain it. You can bond a nitrate molecule to a salt molecule. Now, salt is just something that dissolves in water. So what happens is as soon as you put that compound that you've created into water, one salt molecule breaks off and then you have the nitrate. So you get that it's water soluble now. If you ever notice a bag of dry amendments, it's dry. But when you put it in water, it all goes away. So that's the salt molecule breaking off, making that gas basically available for plants to take up. That's how all salts work. It's how all synthetic nutrients work. Then you can use different things to bond different things to different things. But any time you do that, you're breaking off one piece of it that goes into the plant and then you're leaving something else that's just a byproduct and it's not desirable. And you can't avoid it. It only happens. It's not my opinion. It's how the fucking nutrients work. So over time, you develop a bunch of waste products. You don't buy the salt to throw in your soil. You buy the salt bound to the nitrogen to get the nitrogen. But half of that bag is shit you don't want in your soil, but you still do it anyway. That gets away from all of the needs for biology because you have a water soluble gas or you have water soluble rocks. And that's the only way to get rocks and gases that will go up into the roots. But there's a whole other way, the proper way. But you have to make everything water soluble or else they can't get into the plant. Microbes make rocks water soluble. So there are fungi and bacteria and protozoas and micro arthropods and insects that take organic matter and break it down smaller and smaller and smaller into the smallest part, which is the goo of life of these organisms. So imagine you have a gut full of rocks that you can digest. So you ate a bunch of rocks, they get digested and then they're in your stomach as a liquid. It's water soluble. And then somebody comes in, slices your abdomen open and that shit pours out. Those rocks are now water soluble and available. So that's what happens with microbes. It was hard for me to really believe it enough to bet my whole farm on it. But I knew it was true. But I didn't feed salts. I didn't do any of that shit. But I was like, man, it can't be gut juice and saliva. But it is. So that's the main issue with growers of any kind. In order to grow any plant, you have to know how they eat rocks, basically. And once you fully understand that, then you can start feeding plants properly. So like I was driving through, where was I driving through? I was coming back from the coast and there was this hill of clay, red clay. So I pull over, I get myself a jar of this clay and I'm going to top dress this clay into my soil. And it's like, OK, most counterintuitive shit. Most people are like, oh, my soil is all clay. I need to add organic matter. But then I've got pots that are only organic matter. So I'm going to add clay. And what happens with clay and the biology is clay is basically... No, it's this. There's a silica plate, a silica plate. And then between those two are all calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, all the things you could ever want in a plant. So what you have to do is break that bond open with biology. And now they're available. That's the cation exchange reaction. So they're mobile elements and biology does that. So it's like, once you understand that, people are like, oh, my whole field is clay. I don't know what to do. It's like, I never need to buy cow mag. Don't buy cow mag. Buy organic matter. So it's like it's mind blowing fucking shit. And so I understand why people will be like, don't trust that it really is micro guts and spit that does all this. I get it. But it is really it's really true. And I see it in practice. Like I had to break open some pots. I had one fifties in my back porch and I had to get down to four plants. You know, the whole thing I complain about. I can get four plants. So I had to refill my pots. I took like a bunch of the 150s, broke them down, filled these two hundreds. That soil did not perform anywhere near like my undisturbed pots. Right up in your face and can't argue about it. So basically, I broke the whole system, you know, like everything was perfect. They were like, I don't know, I'll go under like I'd say the like five or six year pots at the least. So I'm not like over exaggerating. They were cycling perfect. In three years, 150, 200 gallon pot, three years, that thing's going to be cycled. Like you have no problem with digesting whatever you throw at that pot. You're not going to have imbalances, everything. It's it's an ecosystem. But I broke that ecosystem and I noticed the repercussions for breaking that ecosystem. And it just pushed me right back into this like truth that, you know, that I can't stop talking about. And that's why I warned you all. Yeah. Well, so so with all that said, when you go from outdoor into indoor, you do the same shit. You have to. Can you do living soil in small pots? No. So so you have to have like what, two forty fives in your four by four. Yeah, pretty much. I mean, I get it. There's people that have four by four beds in there. Yeah, that's what I do. So four by four bed. Yeah. This is what you want to do. Make this simple as possible. Every pot has a death zone around the ring of the pot. So let's just say even in my 200 gals, four inches in from the smart pot fabric, no matter what, I can't maintain that death ring. Like there's an exchange of air and that's all good. That's fine. It's supposed to be there. So picture this, a 200 gallon smart pot, four inches on one side of death ring, four inches on the other. So eight inches of death ring. Let's say you have a five gallon pot. How wide is that pot? Ten, eleven inches. It's like all death ring. So you can't do living soil in that. You can't do living soil in anything under a forty five. Yeah. And like I can't lift a pot comfortably bigger than a forty five. So that's and I can't go smaller with living soil. So I dedicated these pots like forty five gallon smart pots, living soils, fuck, infinite cycles. I can't even count how many. I still have the pots and they crush. I bring them outside and grow outdoor. Then I bring them inside in the fall, in the winter and grow indoor. Yeah. And never disturb it. No. Yeah. No. And here's the thing. Here's the thing. It's a balance. It's the pots are balanced. So there's a balance of root feeding nematodes and there's a balance of predatory nematodes. So that's fine. The predatory nematodes are going to take care of any bullshit in the soil. I'm pretty sure they eat some violence and everything else. Nematodes are gnarly, beneficial nematodes. Check the mouth parts. That's how you know. So once you have that and then like any root aphid issues that are probably being there's a predator for every one of those things. We haven't really categorized every predator for every prey at the highest level. We're somewhat of a good idea. But the best thing you can do is trust nature. So when I put a forty five gallon smart pot outside with a cover crop. Bring it inside. I'm not like, what do you bring in Russets? Whatever I'm bringing in is it's it's bringing in the predator for that. Yeah. So you have to go by like triple threat and shit. Actually. Shout out to ladybug or organics. Phoenix. Yeah. They're fucking dope. Yeah. That triple threat son. Yeah. Those people are great. Triple threat. You have spider mites and flower throw the triple threat fucking banging or just do living soil and trust it. And you won't have any problems. Yeah. Like there's a predator for every pathogen and problem. Have you noticed anything this year? You know, for me, the last few years, you know, aphids have been considerable an issue. Thrips are always around. It's like they fucking just hang out and you're, you know, hey, we're here forever. But you have noticed anything this year? Like on your plants or hanging around? No. You then. Well, earwigs have been horrible. Oh, fuck. So that but like as far as like I don't really have. Like I'm not even knocking on wood. I don't really have a lot of pressure like in those regards. Like, well, you're not also I'm you know me, I'm stuck in fucking town. So I'm subject to like five neighbors and they're bullshit. Right. So that's the thing. So here's here's the deal is like I live like in a place. This is all organic pasture. Right. This is soil food web central. It's all cycling properly for 60 years. They don't till anything that it's all like the ultimate and no more hemp fields. Right. No, no hemp fields. I fucking I did great with them anyway. That was fine. But, you know, aphids ain't shit. You know, aphids ain't shit. No, they're fucking no problem, man. Like any soft body shit ain't shit. Like with outdoor, it's like that all the predators are there for all those problems. Thrips, man, they are fucking annoying ass motherfucker. They are. It's not like they do much damage. It's like, fuck, man. Like they're always just there. Yeah. Because here's what says you have your homie over. And you're like, hey, check out my plants. He's like, all right, I got the thrips. Fuck, you know, it's a first. That's the first thing I'd say, man. Looks like there is some thrips. You know, grow through it. It's no problem. Yeah. You know, but if you have thrips indoor, you're fucked. Yeah. But if you have thrips outdoor and shit. Right. And I'm always trimming off that shit anyway. Yeah. But shit will eat them. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It should be a balanced ecosystem of like, what about cats, though? What about caterpillars? You know, come on. You got to get 17 chickens. That's right. I have 17 chickens. Good fucking luck. Yeah. And those those are monsters. Yeah. Yeah. Very good. Oh, those things are savage. Yeah. They're iridescent. If I didn't know how healthy a land you had around here, I'd say you're fucking shooting those bitches up with steroids. They look like they're all jacked up. Yeah. The transgender one is the gnarliest. That one is fucking savage. Yeah. I have a transgender chicken. So how do you how did you figure that out? Well, it goes. In the morning and then it tries to get it on with ladies. Oh, yeah. I see. That's transgender. Cool. Totally. It identifies. Well, if he's comfy with who we see. Yeah, it is. That's the hard thing about chickens. I don't know. I don't know. Pronoun for chicken. True. So I just call it transgender. And it does it nice to you. It's got a lot of testosterone, man. The thing contries me. You know, it's like really was born like it's really born confused. That can be jacked up hormones, man. My rooster won't really fuck with it. My rooster won't fuck it. Rooster won't fuck it. Nah, I'm good. It's like, I'm good. Do butch for me. I watch this shit all the time. Oh, my God. Nature don't lie, dude. But yeah, to the flock of chickens, man, they fucking take shit out. Earwigs are a problem because the chickens go to bed and that earwigs come out. So it's like. But that's when you have a little frogs and shit or whatever. Yeah. But earwigs have been a pain in the ass. But that's the main thing about the earwigs, in my opinion, is if we irrigate enough. They fucking drowned out because they're fucking dumb as shit when it comes to water. They'll just go in the water and drown. Yeah. They're like suicidal. Like if I leave any water out, they just like a whole bucket of earwigs, you know, so it's not hard to get them. So if we you know, the drought brought a lot of that. It's a problem. You know, the hemp brought in all the aphids. Exactly. And so and then they'd like probably spray weird shit. Yeah. If it's a dip, you know, like going from like Safeway to the co -op. Yeah. Coming over here because I'm spraying. Yeah. Spray with fucking Karanja. Yeah. I saw a post about that. What what's the deal? Do people forget about that stuff or what? Yeah. It's like, what? I forgot about it. I'm like, dude, I've been using that for a minute. My G. Yeah, man. I'm like. I felt obligated to remind some motherfuckers because I was like making Karanja memes for work. Yeah, you were. I saw that. I know, dude. You don't ever get in trouble. Every week. Every week, dude, I almost get fired. I'm not even kidding. You're my hero, man. Dude, I almost get fired every week. It's. Oh, I had. Well done. Oh, yeah. But Karanja is the jam. But yeah. Oh, yeah. But yeah, I heard hella people's feelings like a bunch of times. And like like the owners of like the largest like farming distribution companies. I can't like even say the names of them. Like the biggest ones you all know. They like personally messaged. We're like, man, you need to take that shit down. And like I almost got fired. Wow. Every Friday for like a month. They're like, please. Yeah. Yeah. And then I was like, oh, where? Watch this. Yo, and then I almost got fired for that. Yeah, I was like, oh, man, fucking kid safe mother approved memes. You know, I had like really healthy African -American gentleman like holding the 10 millimeter socket being like, oh, isn't it challenging that we always lose these? And I was like, yeah, I can't get fired for that. And dude, I almost did. Yeah. Yeah. Don't become a meme admin. That shit is not fun. Yeah, it sucks. Oh, dude. Been slapped on the wrist a few times. But it's cool because like really I'm just like I'm making some jokes and shit, but you can slide in really cool information into it. Like I clown salts as a motherfucker. You know which one I love the most? Tell me. Is your... Oh, God. The one the meme that you made that was the living fucking... Living Rockwell? Rockwell. Dude, I fucking, I died on that for 10 minutes. You know what? I reposted that to my story. I actually had someone message me saying, how did you get living fucking Rockwell? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I photoshopped that shit. I'm done. I'm done. Yeah. Dude, somebody hit me up. I can't answer. Somebody hit me up there like it's technically it's no -till. You're like, yeah, it is. But yeah, it's like I'm having fun with it because like I say, man, I have an agenda. There's an agenda behind everything I fucking do. Organarchist is a real thing. Right. This is like some like but it's more like the Illuminati behind the scenes. Like you got some Illuminati memes and shit. You know that deep, deep fucking meaning. Oh, totally. Yeah, it's like it's jokes. But like that shit's all real. Are you getting the point? Oh, dude, like some of them, I can't even talk about how real they are, dude. Like all I do is hang out with a bunch of people that are like, like I can't even believe it. Like all the industry people. Like I'm like rubbing elbows with them and they like talk to me and I'm like, holy fucking crap, dude. And so I make memes out of them, dude. And like almost get fucking fired. I imagine you spend a lot of time trying to turn the botsoil into living soil for people. Is that a good assumption? Oh, yeah. Well, here's the thing. Look, buy this now and build it later or build it now. You've got to start somewhere. Sure. So you've got to have peat. You've got to have cocoa. You've got to have some compost. You've got to have some perlite or pumice. I mean, the fucking, what are you going to do? Like you need like large biomass to start soil. Or like if you're doing like amending native soil straight out the gate, like no beds, no till. Then, you know, you're like buying tarps or something like whatever. But like I feel good about like being able to provide people with like the bases for things. Man, why not have a dope ass season right out the gate as you're waiting the three years to have a full cycle. Sure, sure. Absolutely. Like you said, you've got to start. You've got to start. So if you want to go into it, be like, you know what? I'm a masochistic motherfucker and I just love to fail for the sake of my integrity. Dude, don't ever call a soil company. Don't ever plug into it. Just go do your thing. I fully support you, man. But like if you're going to farm, like you want results. So it's like you're going to put a lot of effort into something and then it's nice to have some results. So you buy something that's like has everything that you've ever wanted it anyway. Like not to like shameless plug, but I'm going to fucking plug the real shit. If you ever want to start a living soil pot, bed, anything with like, you know, purchased soil. Rogue farmer relaunched. It's got every single fucking thing. It's going to sound like a commercial. I don't do fucking go to the website and look and you're going to be like, holy crap, dude. The kitchen sink is in there. There's shit that you wouldn't even think to throw in there. There's shit that is in there that in 10 years you'll be like, man, I'm glad I learned to throw this shit in there. Yeah, absolutely. Like for real. What kind of base is it? Is it cocoa or beet? Both. Oh, yeah. And compost and cow shit that's been sterilized. Like this is all laboratory made. So, I mean, of course, as soon as you open the bag, it's, you know, susceptible to everything. But at least you get to start with something, especially for indoor people. Like if you want to do indoor living soil. Yeah. Then you want to have science. A clean start. And then intentionally introduce things. Because you don't want to start off an ecosystem by like rolling some fucking dice. Like you can. Yeah. But again, if you want instant results. Then you can you can mitigate that problem and still go in the direction. Like I said, I started my whole greenhouse, amended living soil with rocket fuel. Yeah. Because I wanted to throw in a bunch of ice cream. And that's a little hot, right? The rocket fuel runs a little hot. No, it's just has. You can put seedlings in there. Oh, fuck yeah, dude. OK. Yeah. Just curious. Oh, yeah, totally. Oh, I mean, I'm not that. It's crazy. But so I just I started with that because I wanted results right away. And I got them. And then I got to pay for the whole greenhouse. And now it's all living soil, mulched, amended and like cycling properly. You know. Sure. So you got to start somewhere or don't plant a cover crop. And as the little baby shoots start to come up, tarp it. Let it all die back. Throw another cover crop, plant daikon radishes and pull the radishes and then put compost in there. I mean, I can tell you in one DM how to like do it in like probably two years. Like, you know, like real out as like native land, like regenerating. But you're not going to get any results. Yeah. Right. I knew a guy that was like all no till. Everyone knows this guy. And if he hears this, he's going to be like, I'm that guy. And it's cool because he's like, man, fucking no till sun. I'm going to go out there. I'm just going to mulch and amend some native Applegate soil. Throw them right in the holes with like one gal of like, you know, their transplant soil and run it. I'm not even doing shit. And I was like, yeah. Yeah. Failed at the highest level. Yeah. Yep. And then he was like, man, I probably should have told it. And I'm like, yeah, no, not that either.
"rockwell" Discussed on She Podcasts
"Well, you know that if you would have done that, there would have only been another one right behind it. In fact, there might have been hundreds of them. Well, so that's when I found out there was a plague of crickets outside, 'cause this was Wednesday. And so I didn't find out till I went to the lips and party that there was like a reigning down of like a Passover plague of course. It was like a plague. It was like the Old Testament. It was. It was frightening. Just imagine there is no exaggeration here, folks. No. It was completely covered in crickets. Both dead and alive everywhere. Like everywhere. In all the places. I mean, we have flooding here all the time, and there ain't no crickets, and then somebody try to tell me it was cicadas and I was like, listen, I live on the east coast. I know about skaters, okay? These bastards aren't taking it, 'cause they've got the legs. Cicadas don't, they have wings, but they don't look like a cricket. No. Crickets are different. And they're noisy, and they're assholes. And this particular cricket is obviously had an attitude problem. Luckily, Britney said she founded the next day and very happily and satisfyingly smooshed it with her own shoe. This is one of those few times that I was just like, I wish I could have been there. Because normally I don't like to kill animals, but this one had it coming. Well, there were many, there were many, there were many. Anyway, anyway, what other things? What other things? So that was really neat that they had their own little living rooms up there. That was very cool. I did not really get to see so also I was planning on going with a knee scooter. Not realizing until I got to Dallas that a knee scooter when you have a knee problem is not the thing because you have to lean on the knee in order to scoot. It's the stupidest thing ever invented. And let's have a foot ish injury. That's when you use a knee scooter. So instead I had to rent a mobility scooter. So I had my own driving. She was beep beeping. She was beeping around. But the saddest part horn was broken. So I didn't even get the full meet me capability, just the stupid part. Just the part where I look stupid, injured, and fat. Other than that, it was perfect. It actually it went really fast. You were able to really do it up, you know, back it up and turn it. You turn it and I mean I quickly became a good driver of the you did. And there was nuance to it. And on one hand, you had to go with the other hand, you could dial it up the speed. So I would slow down if there was a crowd and then speed up to get through, then slow down, to get in the elevator, then speed up all the while, you know, steering and stuff. I'm actually, I'm a very good driver. So it was good. That part was good because my knee remained uninjured ego, however, severely bruised. Except for one time, when Rockwell Felder and thank you, Rockwell, told me that I looked cute in it, then I felt better. So thank you. So sweet. I'm not sure it's true, but it did make me feel better. Good.
"rockwell" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning in to The Hollywood Reporter's Tony nominees roundtable. I'm Scott feinberg and so thrilled and privileged to be joined by 5 outstanding performers who have all been nominated for Tony wars, which will be presented at the 75th Tony Awards on June 12th. Let's introduce them. First, Hugh Jackman, a best actor in a musical nominee for the music man in which he plays Harold hill and American con man who shows up in river city. Also now Ruth negga, a best actress in a play nominee for Macbeth, in which she plays the conspiratorial platter lady Macbeth, Mary-Louise Parker, best actress in a play nominee for how I learned to drive in which she plays a little bit. Woman reliving childhood mostly at the hands of her uncle. Sam Rockwell, best actor in a play nominee for American buffalo in which he plays the talkative hustler teach. And Jesse Williams the best featured actor in play nominee for take me out in which he plays a baseball star who comes out as gay. Thank you all so much for taking time out of your off day. I know this is precious time on when you're working as hard as you guys are. So great to have you. Everyone represented at this table is here for a revival, which I found just kind of something we might want to talk about. Some of these are shows that go back decades, even centuries, in some cases, and all have previously been done on Broadway, except for how I learned to drive, which was done off Broadway. So I'd like to begin by asking each of you if we can just talk about what led you to sign up for these parts and why now was the time to revive these particular shows. So Hugh, can we start with you? Wow, the first thing I ever did was the music man at high school. I was 14. So it's been there somewhere. At my school, you weren't allowed to be in the show until you were in grade 9, so I was 14. And I absolutely loved I fell in love with the whole thing. So somebody I was sitting there and for many years, I would say 15 years, the idea of doing the music man at some point was bandied around or I was thinking about it or people would nudge me or someone said, oh, you just got to do that and so I was like, oh, yeah, yeah. And maybe yeah, maybe I don't know when and I remember the day, I don't know why, but I just went the music man, it was about four years ago. And also not damn, I'm almost 50 damn. I think I might have missed the boat. And I felt this immediate urgency. And so I rang my agent who weirdly had had a call that day. Inquiring about me doing music. Wow. So that's how it happened. And I don't know why. It's something rings faintly for many years, and you think, oh, one day, maybe one day, and then all of a sudden there was an urgency to do it. So that was for me, I guess. In terms of why now, and let's just note it was first done in 1957 with Robert Preston in the royal year playing. You've been, of course, very associated with the musical genre, but it's actually been almost 20 years since people asked saw you on Broadway in one. So just in terms of the why now, I'm a little surprised that first of all, I'm surprised I mean, a musical I started I'm just an actor who somehow stumbled in to musicals. In fact, when I was in Beauty and the Beast, the first musical, it was in my contract that I had to have a singular once a week, which they paid for. I was, yeah, so and it's been a wonderful diversion, which I've loved. And been very surprising to me, but when I went back this time, I was like, I'm not going to leave at 18 years. There's a lot of muscles that you need for a user. Is that boy from Oz, you did before? Yeah. You were fucking up. You were amazing. Thank you, man. So it's been a long time, and I'll try not to live it that long. Yeah, please not. And just to clarify, you've been back on Broadway, but in place. So now I can tell you about your musical. Mary Louise, you have been on Broadway since 1990. Most recently in the sound inside, which we were so great in and one Tony for that. Just technically, I guess, a season ago, even though it's all these seasons are all skewed by COVID. But it was actually off Broadway as we referred to earlier 25 years ago that you first appeared in how I learned to drive. And I wonder if you can talk about just that, what's that? I was not very good at math, but I think recently I said it was 35. But I think it works out, but that would make me much different age. Well, but just to note, I mean, this is Paula Vogel's semi autobiographical play. I think that's the fair term. Somehow, she's talked about it. And you are back with the same costar, David Morse, the same director, Mark brokaw, another company member, Johanna day. Unusual thing to go back to a project. Highly unusual. Yeah. I think pretty much from, I have a picture of myself standing on the street right after the last show. And from that day, I think I wanted to go back and I was plotting some kind of like, I just wasn't finished with it. I don't know if I ever feel finished with anything place. And every time I've gone back to do something, I've had a similar fear that what was there won't be there or that it will be, I don't know, that it won't maintain what it had before, but it always seems to distill it into something stronger. Which in some ways it has and in some ways I was much younger than so there's that element I don't have going for me. But I think since pretty much we left, I wanted to do the play again. I never it just took a very, very long time to arrange everyone. And it's interesting though because you've said that, I guess, around the time of the first run, there was a thing in The Village Voice where they covered theater two tougher uptown was all about the show, which was done up Broadway. Here we are. I don't know what that says about what's happened to us as a society in 25 years or whatever, but it's interesting. I thought there would be a different response. I was concerned there might be a slightly different response to it because we're so polarized right now and everything is so black and white. And this place all about gray area. And it's really moving to me that the audiences seem to allow for that. Yeah. Yeah. Sam, you made this one little anecdote. You reminded me, I remember listening to an audiobook when I was a drama school of Sir John Gilbert, and he talked about doing Hamlet. I think he did a professionally 8 times. And he said, I never felt finished with it, and he always felt that he could do something better. And at the time of recording the audiobook, he said, and I look back and he said, damn it. I think it was best the first time. That's so funny. Is that funny? I've done many places more than once. Someone.
"rockwell" Discussed on Food Issues
"Great right even though it's not the same texture or taste as sort of having that individual vegetable it's still as a contact point does an exposure point and therefore stop the same thing as like seeking it. So there's some nuance in this. But hopefully that will help. Parents were listening. Yes those are all amazing taps. And and i think that getting your kids in the kitchen is really one of the most effective ways to get your kids to eat healthy and then also having family meals together as much as you can. I mean it can just be three nights a week or it could have breakfast or snack right like it's just so important to just model those healthy eating habits for your kids and one point on just sort of say on family meals is the research shows. It's just one other person so that can mean you know like you said breakfast right like i know in my family. It's way easier for us all to breakfast than it is dinner some nights especially if my husband works late and that also means that even just my kids eating together is a quote unquote family meal. Because it's one other person or if someone's listening to this and it just a caregiver that's eating with your child that also counts as a family meal. It doesn't have to be sorted this norman rockwell. You know like pitcher asks like. We're all like passing. The you know the the the sides around the table every night you know. That's also maybe not realistic. But as long as someone else's eating and a lot of is because one it's against were those culture This sort of time together but also you're seeing where someone else's eating right. There is a lot of positive peer pressure. That can happen when your child sees someone else whether it's a sibling or a caretaker or apparent eating that food and that's also why when we talk to parents are are counseled. Clients will say things like. How are you around that food. Because if you're expecting your child eat something that you won't that's a really half nonverbal to get around because your child is waste smart. You know they're gonna look at you and be like well you're not eating that or yearning something..
"rockwell" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Jackson when he was going to myself play. Oh when someone took it was to take. It's been one good bus and if you woman to. I'm going to spring locked up. I want to be a baby from. May everybody wolfman jack here. I wasn't i close. Because by pimples. That gary come like to see my oriented including asu first thing shining river lincoln about. We was in a single for one thing we used to do before. I leave before we leave. We get everybody else by plotting about this and said answer in some found blue ladies and gentlemen that was a comedy of verve burton as i mentioned previously right after this gig in nineteen eighty-one he was in the movie. Pray tv but prior to it. As i also mentioned in nineteen seventy six. He was picked by george carlin to be on his comedian. Special and i failed to let you know that. In nineteen seventy eight. Chevy chase picked him for his comedy. Special serve burton was seen quite a bit on tv in the late seventies early eighties and it was really great to have him at the club. In the second week of our history. It helped put us on the map. So ladies and gentlemen thank you for listening. You've heard three terrific comics. Jeremy kramer rick rockwell and irv burton altering stand up comedy and a little bit different light. Thanks for listening. We'll see you next week by. We hope you enjoyed this episode of standup comedy your hosting emcee for information on the show merchandise and our sponsors or descend comments to scott visit our website at www dot stand up your host and emcee dot com look for more episodes soon and enjoy the world of stand up comedy. Visit a comedy showroom near you..
"rockwell" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Naturally i grab a bowling ball through to the commode. Sex is no big deal for. This guy has a lot of liabilities. So for instance. One of my writers leon spinks hero wrote a new one for me. I'd like to try to bars. Walk into a jew and not gonna work. People are looking at me like for this guy. Life's a big bowl of soup. And he's a fork in feel. I think it started to come out on stage and talk about sports and things like that. Because i I have touchy subjects of. Let's talk about jockettes for a while. I'm waiting for men to get equal time with this touchy commercials on television. Women have older feminine hygiene stuff. I'm ready for this one. You're on a guy walk on an elevator. nice guy. but he's scratching. his growing. Could meet jackets. That i come home. Hockey games is just lie on my bed wished that they made a all stripes crew x. I was so attempted. To just dial ramp. Fifty-one engage into so. Come over and hook terrible terrible. I think the designer. Jean companies are really owned by critics. Calvin klein has nothing to do. With those people. Sports people were real fanatic. So and you can go straight this by turning on your radio to any city at the united states. And you'll get the same commercial from the speedway people the sacramento speedway's larry this amazing nitro burning fifty seven miles an hour gravel road drives. That bus created a hell smell burning flesh medina degrees. For living nights larry's body goes up into smoke. Don't miss all. The action is up while the kids in person gills throws this week at the second speedy. Either that was rick rockwell. Ladies and gentlemen and he was doing stand up comedy before later on becoming a bit of a tv celebrity. Hey let's get into our headliner this week. This gentleman had already had a career going. He had appeared in the nineteen eighty. One movie pray tv. Why guess that came after this. But you know what i mean. In nineteen seventy six. He was featured on a george carlin. Comedian special is a terrific headliner in was pretty popular back in the early eighties. Ladies and gentlemen the comedy of irv burton this next gentleman is major nightclubs in los angeles is been seen in the comedy shop. Tv show is also ban recently on the abc tv show called buckshot big round of applause for burton talk black guy skip consistent here. Disco tired of what they tell you. Records is what they're killing me. You know what i'm saying. Gotta you gotta you gotta do pseudo own down wait a minute. I got big cheers. You are talking about summers. She was going to be changed due to be bad banker. Your role fits you know what i'm saying. Can you see by rightness where you're gonna come up with some sears. To to off word man rock music does the same thing. I listen to on stage about..
"rockwell" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"That was jeremy kramer as you can tell by humor a little bit off skew very funny guy but very unique he was in the movie that animal any also was a writer and director of some early television and you may have seen him as a semi regular on curb your enthusiasm later in his acting career all right. Well let's move on to our featured act now. I told you a little secret. This guy actually was the millionaire on the two thousand tv show. Who wants to marry a multimillionaire and it ended up being a bit of a scandal. Because not only did rick rock well not have a million dollars but he in the woman that he connected with on the show only had a one week honeymoon and the marriage was annulled. It was big news at the time. What's interesting is he was a terrific standup comic in the eighties and nineties and then by two thousand became infamous is the multimillionaire they got married on. Tv all right. Let's hear some of his stand up comedy ladies and gentlemen rick rockwell. This is doing collie came out from pittsburgh and went to los angeles view. Couple of years ago has been doing quite fine down there the last few months he's been seen in all the major comedy clubs in los angeles he's also was on a buddy hackett. You bet your life come in real soon. It's a new service coming out or do show coming out and gentlemen is really fantastic. That's a big welcome for rick rockwell. took talk. How's that for an opening very much. My all opening no tonight. Crucial in good shape. I'll be opening all new chrysler ships cross country that year. I have a lot of free time on my hands. I believe in living in hollywood for about two and a half months. And i got myself in comedy coach and he tells me before you go out to do a show. The first thing i want you to do is check the level of the audience so the second cat like check level the crowd two nights female police officers from three mile island. Glad to see you could make an pretty sure tonight. Strike this side of the road comedy. The crowd is very important. That's why i get a little upset when they put the clinically dead people right. I'm yes can. You gentlemen are judges aren't you. It's about that girl. She loved nineteen serious. Women revere dispirit seven-nation approval one comedian. While recently returned from the mate space man broke the planet center. Brought back many things from the ring planning and one thing he didn't expect seems was confronted by two conflicting tables and police officers and judges ahead half woman half okay. My fun one or two people have some to. You're looking at me like hey. This guy's lights are on but nobody's home. Hey my dad over there laughing thanks. You could make it for the show. I invited my parents From pittsburgh for the show tonight and a little upset. They told me conflicted with the dates of the godzilla. Avid film festival. I be here tonight. Not funny but story that had to be told a couple of students from sacramento state university. Drop by they let the couple announcements. And i feel it's my duty to read them to sacramento state. Jewish cultural society will be having their annual. Open house this weekend. And refreshments will be sold. Also that sacramento state gay student union will be holding. Its annual weedy rose student union on this week and of course that's byu weedy one of that stuff coming up on stage of being the clean. Cut all american guy. Because i have to talk about very mundane things like hey eight hundred exciting day-to-day went out and bought myself at charlie's angels lunchbox when i really feel like coming up a stage saying the things that happened to be like for instance the last time i had a piece of ass when my finger broke through the toilet paper happened to this week. Guest i've laughing. We know it's you stop cleaning and then college athletes are the kind of guy that's guys. Come out there and pick up women at will and it just didn't happen for me like that. It's a matter of fact. I used to have to date obese. Girls college how will be swirling while you people in the designer fashions. Oh have you santa ron christie or something printed on their clothing. She had goodyear plastered on the side of most lasts okay. This girl was big. She wanted year to make two trips. I went out with her for one reason. Only i was horny. Got a bed with it. I i really didn't know what i was doing. The united knights said at. I really don't know what doing voice she said. Take the hardest thing you have and put it where i p..
"rockwell" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Three great acts that performed back on the second week so that would be the last week of august of nineteen eighty. And it's a terrific lineup. I know you'll enjoy it. Closing the show. Headliner serve burton. Who had a part in the movie. Pray tv which came out in nineteen eighty one. He was also on the nineteen seventy-six. George carlin comedian special. Very funny guy. Close in the show irv burton in the featured spot another terrific comic rick rockwell. He was a regular at the club. And there's something special share about him. That happened in two thousand but opening the show very unique comic. A little bit different comes from the other side of the cup. He is a little strange but really interesting and funny. He's done a couple of movies has been on some tv specials and he was a early regular at laughs limited now before we get to him and you'll hear a little bit of me is a very new mc so you'll hear me as an emcee brand new to comedy and then our opening act jeremy kramer as i mentioned some movies and tv and was a really interesting guy and then later on our feature and headliner so i think you're probably ready. Let's jump into some standup comedy. Ladies and gentlemen from the last week of august of nineteen eighty. Here's the stand up comedy of jeremy kramer. Keep it by this is. We've only been here for a week and a half and we're still getting the bugs out of the system a couple of a couple of times and then i'll get off the stage and we'll start. Tonight's antastic entertainment lineup. Fantastic we wanted. You know what we got coming. This is strictly and all pro. All comedy show. Volatile has brought about a san francisco. Los angeles las vegas and even some talent allen of pittsburgh in new york a lot of fun just to give you an idea next month. We have the unknown comic. Murray langston will be here. We also have out of los angeles. Baby man bruce bomb. You may have heard of him. Also larry miller out of new york. Some of the finest talent available will be here right here the showroom one other little tidbit of information. We're also doing some work right now in bringing in either this nightclub and we're gonna do some specials at the civic theatre we're going to be bringing talent like martin molin steve landes bird so this is going to be a lot of fun. We hope you'll enjoy it. Think it's time to start tonight so say you run a corner now. We've got ibm save for the evening and welcome to so limited and getting to do suggest that we brought up at a san francisco. We hear is a fantastic. Talent is been at the punchline. The holy city zoo in the boarding house in san francisco big sacramento. Welcome for jeremy kramer bright yet. Tonight's clue as miss scarlet in the conservatory with colonel mustard candlestick glory night tonight. Long enough feel so great officers. Great over gordon brand the cocaine smart a bit. Why take all of the take take had hand. It's great for me to be here tonight. you're fantastic cuttings under lucky to be here thank you. You know being a distant star like myself are you at the c. You wild kind of life being on the road a lot living out of the suitcase. Very lovely to bed ranch-style suitcase.
"rockwell" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"The benefits that they're seeing in just a matter of a couple of months personally and organizationally by implementing that one very simple no cost technique very interesting and you mentioned communication in there and i think that's interesting because it does kind of open the door war to get people talking but in that setting it can be it can cause some apprehension for those who may be are having a tougher time of it. So what do you think are really the essentials to open up communication within an organization and make sure that you have great communication in that when people are coming to that morning meeting. they're not feeling apprehension. they're feeling of freedom to speak with their peers. Communication is in itself is not on his head fundamental scale or a fundamental quality. It it can be very. It can be rather complicated in. We tend to talk in acronyms. We tend to make assumptions about our message that the other person understands what we're saying and as a broadcaster if you're the person or the person broadcasting initiating the mission are the message it is the person who is speaking or writing email that has the obligation to recognize whether or not the recipient understands the message. I think we oftentimes feel like well. I'll just throw it out there. And they can kind of rifle through the message and figure it out that is a number one violation of good communication we as the broadcaster of a message sender of a message own it and it's our responsibility to make certain that the recipient understands it and i believe in our modern society myself included. We get pretty sloppy about that. We tend to sail out of things. Do a lot of things send a lot of messages. That are incomplete kind of lazy. Actually expect that the recipient is gonna figure it out oil if they have a problem with adele. Call me no. That's that's really not good communication. So if i were to. I don't know that i've answered your question..
"rockwell" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"Not even close right you watch. Hbo max for example and that system fails all the time and they're newer than netflix. So or blockbuster. Which famously if you've never seen the documentary Netflix versus the world. That's a great one where where they talk a lot about. You know their company in and their fight with blockbuster but you see this. And i think it's because i've really. I really sit there and and kind of nerd out about this stuff and study it on on on a an acute level and think about this and listen to all these audiobooks on a constant basis. And i think what's starting to dilute into my brain is the common trend is organizations that have some people who are really taipei and other people who were really just right brain thinkers who are saying you know we have to. They come into the office every day with new ideas..
"rockwell" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"All right so mark your. You're both a attorney and an entrepreneur. Now you really work with business owners for the most part who are frustrated by their ability to scale as we said in your bio so tell us a little bit about that. How did you get into this coaching consulting role that you're currently in. Will you know tony. I would say I've actually adopted a phrase called embrace wisdom worry for you find it and what i mean by. That is interestingly. Oh gosh it's probably been five years ago. Maybe six years ago now. I was having a breakfast meeting with a young man that i had been mentoring for ten years and we would have breakfast several times a year and one day..
"rockwell" Discussed on Self Made Strategies
"You're listening to all new. Episode of self may strategies visit self-made strategies dot com for episodes information about our guests and a whole lot. More this episode of the self-made strategies podcast is brought to you by college. Cast at college. Cast we empower student. Voices by helping college students start their very own ten episode podcast show visit. Www dot college cast podcasts. Dot com to find out more or. Check out the awesome podcasts. That are coming soon. Welcome to episode one. Thirty eight of the self-made strategies podcast. On this episode we sat down with mark rockwell mark works with business owners that are frustrated by their inability to scale up and become more profitable. He often helps business. Owners create their vision and to implement in operating platform that helps business owners to build a healthy thriving company. Mark is both an attorney and entrepreneur. He started and grown several companies throughout his career and he.
"rockwell" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"To blake gerrad chairman seal rockwell automation. Thanks for coming on the show. Sir thank you jim. This very exciting company. And i know i look. I started jump around with their in so many different areas in manufacturing. But what i just say. it's a digitize. Your of manufacturing may have bunnies back. Stick around test. I would stay with the lightning round is coming up next. And then the white are you based on with james james. Hey jim brother yama friend. Hey i bought roadblocks on a pull back from one four. I got into eighty five. But it's down to seventy nine. I'm trying to figure out where it goes from here. I think we're okay. I think the last quarter obviously was not as good as we thought we were thing. It's only a pandemic play. It it's gonna snap back. I want you to fill in new york. Phil jimmy chill. I love you brother. Oh my god thank you so much. what's going on. Well i got a quick question for you and It's about us back. And i hate them as much as you do but It's not as fact that has autonomous upside down vehicles. That run on Helicopter late yeah. Right right but not appeals so it's fast acquisition f s keel tabby. Way wanna be with them not against them. I'm okay with it. More ou- marrow in new jersey borrow jim cramer. How you doing you. Who ya marilyn. My partner fried gradually also. But he's not president right now. All right thank you. My question was on Kathy i this on your All yeah okay. So this is a company trying to get people off. Opiates is one of the things. And i tell you. My daughter did work in that field and it is really really hard to can succeed. It is worth double what it is. If it doesn't well you know what. It's not worth a lot which is too hard for me. I don't like. I don't like things where the all or not let's go to jaffa new jersey. Jeff how's it going call. Well how are you doing well. So with the sporting events having full capacity crowd now What are your thoughts on eddie. Our long-term full disclosure I guess you had worked for my agent. I don't understand the evaluation of the company because they've got all cylinders going. If you broke it up and got a lot of good stuff but again you can say well jim. I mean they're your agent. But i think that You look i think airy area manual some really smart guy and i think that betting against him at this level is just. I want to go to joey joey. Jimmy chill joey deal from your southern keystone. Stay alright keystone. What's up boys. Over the years for small investors. Love your program thank you about what some digital and expensive stock too cheap ly. Can't i also like micron knows. Gotta be careful. My that lane joe good. The lights around is sponsored by to deal coming up just when we thought we were out it pulls us back in kramer make sense of what a stunner step recovering means for the market next. How.
"rockwell" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Okay a faming your in all the things. I read about your company's tires. What are you doing for tires. That are so exciting. Tire sizes an area. We think we have the number one market share entire making around the world. And it's because we have a single control platform that can be used in all parts of the operation. It's the batch. Operation mixing up the compound the tire building curing presses a software that supervises the whole thing. So it's a really good application for us and it was a great vertical thrust in the quarter Last thing is there's a really great slide in your deck night acquisition for for plex. It's called accelerating factory. Talk as a service. What does that mean. That means that we're taking her. Applications to the cloud and so through the customers production life cycle through their design of their process the operation of their process and the maintenance of their process. We have cloud native solutions. That all talk together. Factory talk as our software brand and received tremendous demand for each of these applications but the overall concept is simple easy to understand and manufacturers get it so if i had the summit up i would say that You're leading to. I'm going to borrow something for yourself. But the democratization of automation is that goku put it. You had to make it more available for people for small and medium size manufacturers as well as the big guys to be able to make this technology more widely available with what we do with plant floor technology as well as our softwares as service to make it easier to apply automation because simplification is going to sort out the winners and losers in this space over the next decade while you're everywhere people are very excited about. I'm always autumn. When you come on the show you've done such an amazing job and the stock has been a huge winner. So i wanted to thank you. So much.
"rockwell" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"You're playing with the house. Bunny i want to congratulate you for buying it stupid low. I may have to use that in terms of people thinking stupid high. I need to go to chris. connecticut. Chris again with no one really been about tectonic taking all the new. It bent the the lap months and i recently bought some to my mom portfolio. Am i wrong thinking only undervalued here. No you're right you're right. I think it's the problem. Is this as a great call. By the way. Chris it's proudly undervalued. But that doesn't mean. I don't think that it should be on. I think it's good and it can always be great. If they were a little more focused a lot of assets there by the way. So i liked your goal. This was a primer on. Why people do stupid things stupid high thought. I love that stupid. I learned everything from our gas. I don't want anyone over. Think the big tech earnings. These are gigantic companies apple microsoft alphabet. They're all quality names and you may not think they're doing that well especially apple soft because their stocks didn't fly. I think that's wall. I think it's a gift of go down longer term. They're headed higher woman. Combat mad money ahead from industrial automation to the cloud on getting latest will smart manufacturing with automations top brass. Then this is one of the toughest moments i've seen in corporate america and our reveal. Why plus all your calls rapid fire. Tonight's addition of the lightning round so stick with bremer. Keep telling you this is the most fusing quarter. I take a look at rockwell. Automation this global leader industrial automation digital transformation but the stock got slammed down. Four gesture in the wake of those are pretty good quarter but then jumps news today. We learned that the bipartisan infrastructure. Deal is back on track now. Of course what will in a nation. It isn't really social stock president. It's a play on much bigger and better theme. Companies using to modernize modernizer manufacturing process. That's why the quarter was so good. A beat raised result with a staggering. Twenty six percent recanted grow but because of some noisy line items acquisition was made ugly tape stock. Hit your stay. I think it's got more room to run. So let's check him. Plait bread he's the chairman. Ceo of rockwell automation. To get or better yet on the quarter and his company's prospects. Mr met money of course on the nba championship for your hometown. Wonky bucks jim. It's great to be on and go bucks all right now. I am a fan of their owner. Who's just terrific to our network to. I think people have to understand. I'm trying to put it in context that your company is basically a company that allows companies. That maybe can't find the thousands of workers. They need to automate and do better than if they were to find the workers correct. It's really both For sure we provide the advanced technology but we advocate for highly trained engaged workforce that's comfortable interacting with technology. That's the winning hand. Okay so i think what you've done is step up your game since we've seen each other last. I'm looking and read the conference call for a thing called the plex systems. Overview this to me is taking you into the level that i'm used to from most of the technology companies. I deal with so. I wanna give you four explaining because that was not in the cards when we saw each other last. Yeah we're super excited about adding plex. And they're smart manufacturing platform to us. It's a natural fit because we have. Let's say the homefield advantage where the data's born from our control processes but being able to land that data into software cloud native software as a service to be able to do more with it and help these manufacturers be more productive. We're ready to get going there right now daniel recurring revenue. And it's been building and building. Where do you think it is now as part of the mosaic of your business. Yeah so our annual recurring revenues around five or six percent of our business plex when we close the deal later this year and into next year. That lad More than two points to an annual recurring revenue as so as we go to ten percent and beyond annual recurring revenue starts having a meaningful impact on our profit and revenue streams. Yeah my take. Is that when it gets to that. We're anticipating right now. Companies do not stocks to not react after gets to a high number. They react before now. There are some areas where you are very very strong to that. I like are easy vehicles and also the kind of things you do for for warehouses for amazon. Why don't you talk to us. About what how indispensable. You are. Four warehouses and for well. Let's start with the e commerce and warehouse logistics Our control technology controlling the conveyors sore. Tation the networks to be able to communicate. We're boxes are in. What part of the process that makes amazon. A great customer for us and got. We're doing it for the pure e. Commerce providers but increasingly the retailers are looking to use sorts of technology like are independent car motion technology to help bring material in the shorted quicker. Get it on the shelves and restock Using what was previously the domain of industry To adopt this sort of technology. On the ev side. Again that independent car technology is helping with battery assembly. We really have a differentiated solution. There and then we have all of our traditional strengths with respect to stamping and painting. Metal and assembling vehicles testing all those processes are still involved in the manufacturing jay..
"rockwell" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Your back. This is the busiest week averni season where it's impossible to keep copies and we scrambled just to get a handle. The most important ones last night was frankly as bad as it gets is up until twelve thirty. Read all these quarters and right after the close we had. We just had this plethora we at apple we might soften out just to name the bigger tech outfits could've thrown in amd. if. I didn't know any better. I think the all scheduled the reports at the same time. Just give now that we've had some time to process their numbers imagine hard to process and more importantly nuanced conference calls really at the parse them. What do we make these results or gutters instinct to say that apple google. Mike's issue pretty fantastic quarters but if you look at their stocks wall street appreciate it or we google because last google report by far its best quarter ever so i want to take them in descending where she really know what we're talking about rather than just say. Oh yeah better than expected. Better expected expected would start with apple. That only did apple deliver a monster earnings. Beat which you probably don't even care about. These stock was down but it's also monster revenue beaten. That really matters to me. Every product category came in higher than expected in particular. They did thirty nine point. Five billion dollars iphone sales. What we're looking for thirty four fourbillion. That's silly fifty percent growth in business that people said had no growth and by the way a lot of that is the growth of apple service revenue stream all those subscriptions they sell you and the cut they take from the app store. The morton's were huge year over year. This is just exceptional. These were record numbers across the board. How about the gardens on the cops. Cfo luca maestri told us to expect very strong double digit revenue growth during september quarter although he warns that it will be lower than thirty six percent. Growth the quarter apple. Why some of it is foreign exchange fluctuations. Some service business will be up against more difficult comparisons but it was the third reason that upset wall street. Listen to this. We expect supply constraints during the september quarter to experience during the june quarter. The constraints will primarily impact iphone and ipad boom yet. It's a semiconductor shores. Everybody's been worried about and it's finally hitting apple by the way. Just you know ford talked about how. It's being mitigated. So i think that we may be in for better time than even apple thinks but it brings me to the stock reaction socket. Run out but it was down a dollar seventy nine hundred now. You can see in the after hours. People really clocked it but it was the supply constraints comment that spooked investors plus. It didn't help that the stock in front so much going into earnings. That's it is insane. That apple sold off in the wake of this magnificent quarter for me the most important takeaway here is that the company's got a large bapley growing install base of customers and these are some of the most satisfied customers in the world so there long-term the fact that they might be supply constrained the quarter. I see who cares. There's immense demand for these phones all over the world and people have to wait an extra few months they will wait in fact it watch to make the coming quarter still. Keep them better the way i see it. The pullback of course lead this one right there but they didn't last for it could be a gift especially because the chip shortage might be alleviated. A for the biggest customers nobis breath than apple. And look if you think apple's expensive your transient twenty six times earnings. I want you to do this. Math remembered this company has a history of crushing the estimates a year ago the analysts expected them to make three dollars. And seventy four cents. Twenty twenty one now. They're looking for five dollars. Forty eight cents. See the stock always ends up looking much cheaper. In retrospect as the estimates get raised. That's why the mad money party line on apple remains exactly the same own it don't trade it and believe me. We have analyst coming on our network all the time. Who tell you there was no reason abide headquarter and you know where they told you that when it was one hundred and nineteen o and can i just add a beep. It's entirely possible that apple shouldn't be admitted to the united nations security council. he's the readiness and bounties better than almost every country followed next up. Mike now this is no one that openly got dinged. This style she said of numbers much delivered a big top and bottom line with twenty percent revenue growth in forty nine percent original because this is gain a company. Each of their three major segments came in higher than expected. When you draw down there were some software. Subsquent results like the xbox content or surface tablets. Service was being a model change. Xbox was supply can change now the oldest was offset by strength and everything. Clouded including azure fifty one percent. Someone was finding fault not today saying well. You know what they said. it's stable. Well come on. Linked him was terrific to up forty six percent. That's a record what i really think people understand. They see the stock going down and so then they foment reasons about why rather than just accepting the fact that there's some people don't understand what they're doing they're bailing and there's some tits solve hard on these numbers down ten for heaven sake and the analysts scrambled define the explanations slowdown and commercial bookings supply constraints for harbor. I think people were simply bringing the register because stock and rally hard going into the quarter. The darn thing was up thirty percent year to date and there have been multiple upgrades ahead of the conference call. But then we got the conference call and actual preceded us very bullish guidance. It's amy hood the cfo. What a story. She told that racial the losses a little over the course of today's session but gave up to stop finishing down. Thirty two cents. What a letdown. I think they reported literally last week. The stock would have been up huge. It's just that now. We got a very confused market. Thanks to the researchers of coverted nine thousand nine hundred and the delta vary all right now how 'bout alphabet the parent google once again if you only look to the action today you that this was an remarkable quarter but as i said at the top of the show alphabet knocked it out of the park. Like i've been telling you all your company's all about online advertising business came roaring back. Thanks to the great reopening and that's alphabet cut the crusts really earnings twenty seven dollars per share. We'll was nineteen. That's a hundred six percent. Remember these are trillion dollar companies. They're not small caps. And it's not just the ad support pisses. Google cloud is wearing too. Although only the reminisces still was money last night the stock jumped in response earlier. Today was up as much as four percent but then pulled back from its highs. How do we explain the wayne enthusiasm over the session. Okay somebody will vote. The guidance was a little muted. Cfo ruth part poor at telling us that it's still too early to forecast the longer term trends as markets reopen especially given the recent increase in kobe. Generally now i have to tell you. I know ruth poor for. I don't know how many years that's ruth. That's what she does okay. She doesn't tell you it's the greatest day ever really though. I think that this was not the case where alphabet ended up being punished because the bar so high stock gordy at fifty percent for the year going to quarter oil analyst. Liking what do i do. What would i say. I'd be buyer seller the visceral strong do nor and certainly throwing than facebook's reported this very evening the bottom line. Don't over think things in big tech alpha apple microsoft and google awesome alphabet. They are gigantic companies for them report. These numbers is astonishing. Even if they were today. I think stocks are headed higher longer term even if they sometimes get dragged down by the markets day to day gyrations so trying to remember these terrific results next time. There's a pullback and you're wondering if they're still worth buying you just got the heads up that you need to go to rob in south carolina where they have unbelievable barbecue. Rob big booty from stuff. Myrtle beach uh so beautiful. So i actually played golf there. I'm terrible cough. What's up joe kelley about it. I played about every course dear of this is what can i got. I bought where when it was stupid. Low okay and now we're up. I adopted sixty. Yeah so. I'm just wondering should i just hold onto all of it or should i bet what's stupid lowest but my instinct is to be able to take your basis out and then led to restaurant because take it after basis..
"rockwell" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast
"Dari. Listen we all the ps this week on that eighty show that eighty show essay on facebook being quite slack. Facebook daiki. yeah. We had this living that we need to game more contents of go there and we'll put content not putting content nanga as they go there content. Right accents okay. Now this week we all the ps and of course the biggest p is prince depending who you speak to he was quite a p and it was actually the five year death anniversary this week of prince guard even realize that would be in this this past wednesday and i love the thought of this. The doors of prince's deep fault have swung open and the content flying art is unlike anything we've seen. Can you imagine a prince's closet. What the hell would commodities clots after they've been flung open hurtful staff whilst pit bull but the good news is since his death. The states has been releasing music and mortar. The delights offense most recently can the news and july. This year there will be a an album release called welcome to america a recording twenty ten but never released despite him doing a welcome to america tour The socially conscious of strikes and dude welcome to america running game bone to die thousand watchers from your hot summer. Stand up and be strong the pretty much the whole album. There'll be a deluxe version amazing with a concert form. And like you said it's all to honor the fifth anniversary of prince's death in two thousand sixteen able twenty first and they'll be putting out this new album and that sort of news that's good news for prince fans you know. Sometimes the songs aren't always amazing. Like you know you know the classics. And they're great and we knew stuff comes out So then dora. If you're not a fan of new music from prince would you like to see a prince biopic probably. Yeah so they are. People do argue that you've already seen a a semi-biographical movie purple rain which is kind of his story But they're talking about making a movie about princes life one important note about a prince spa pick the whigs must be right Got to do a good prince week. So that's some prince news to because of that. Eighty show the eighty show all about the peace. Keep an open mind. I'll keep an open mind. I will listen with an open mind. I will hopefully lack the new stuff when it comes. No you're probably gonna be crap. Because i mean there's a reason it was never released like michael jackson. They really saw venture staff. Can you actually remember the songs executive so this has been at eighty show.
"rockwell" Discussed on That 80s Show SA - The Podcast
Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy
"Jane kiosque is dating. Famed architect david rockwell. Not the my pillow guy. She basically was like. I'm dating someone now. I have to tell everyone who is. Because i've to fight this information and a half to say we've got a few calls we did. If there's a few sources that we have now that told us that i'm pretty sure that's it was fake news and now i'm kind of like confused as to why the daily mail published it like what was their kind of weird. Wha how does it benefit them. Because now he's suing them for like seventy five thousand dollars or something. That's like defamation. But as another person called in and explain what you've explained to me in the past where it's like you can't say that it hurt you unless it was actually harmful gossip to you. He's claiming that it was harmful and has specific details that are harmful to him. But you can't just be like. I'm suing because he said i'm in a relationship. It has to be harmful to your reputation in a way right. I mean again not a lawyer but it just seems like it's going to be if not hard entertaining to see how someone claims that being rumored to be in a relationship with a pretty universally beloved celebrity people by and large light car. How is this defamatory for a rumor. Maybe daily mail was just like we know that this is the case. We're going to take the chance and just go for it even though this probably might be falsely might get sued in this guy's very rich and he has enough money to sue us if anything. It's damaging for her reputation to dating him and she's seems to have laughed at off based on her statement but is she laughing it off when they're leaking actual boyfriend to the fix clearly serious. I mean there's clearly there's like strategy here like why do we give a shit who jim krause. Geus dating at this point. Who is this guy who literally who cares. And that's what she's been working with this whole time. Basically who cares. I love this lead. Though a bizarre report that actress page six complaining about the daily mail. It's like we're all. These are both i arms of the same tree branches of the your your cousin first cousin. Although i always complain about my cousins. So i get. that's true. A bizarre report. That actress. Jane creek hausky had an affair with my pillow guy. Mike lindell was fiercely. Shot down now page. six can exclusively revealed. The thirty rock star has been sharing more elegant pillow. Talk with famed architect david rockwell. It truly is do you. And i bet what happened which i think is just so funny to me. I bet page six already knew this information but no one cares jim hausky stating he just an architect. I bet jane's people were like well. You just publish. Jane is dating a now. it's relevant or they just were like oh pages like we actually know her boyfriend is. Let's just publish it again. Because it's relevant. You know what i mean. It's funny because the news is coming off as like. Oh look who. She's dating now. It's like she's been dating this guy for like what three years two year like for a significant amount of time since two thousand and nineteen according to this okay so enough time two years one year basically. And they're like let's like time to drop this this news now that she's relevant. I just think that's so funny because otherwise why would we have this. Like who care. And i would believe that because they're proof even as they as you scroll down. It's like she's been pictured with this guy many times so it's just like she's not really trying to hide a relationship. It's just not i don't really care with that. And now that this other thing came out they care he seems fine. Whatever like it doesn't surprise me. At all his stuff is cool. Like i went to his website rockwell through dot com rockwell like a fancy various steamed architect. Who designs really cool like spaces. It's not like house. It's like public spaces and businesses in school. I don't know it looks like a fancy pants architect itself. Funny
interview With Marine Gunnery Sgt. Justin LeHew
"This is Jaakko podcast number two, forty, two with Echo Charles and me Jaakko willink. Good Evening Echo, meet evening. The president of the United States of America takes pleasure in presenting the Navy Cross. To Gunnery Sergeant Justin de la Hugh. United States Marine Corps. For extraordinary heroism. As Amphitheater Assault Platoon Sergeant Company a First Battalion Second Marines. Task Force. Tarawa. I Marine Expeditionary Force in support of operation. Iraqi Freedom. On Twenty three and twenty, four. March two, thousand, three. As regimental combat to attack north towards on Nasariyah Iraq lead elements of the battalion came under heavy enemy fire. When the beleaguered United States Army Five, hundred seventh maintenance company convoy was spotted in the distance. Gunnery Sergeant La Hugh and his crew were dispatched to rescue the soldiers. Under constant enemy fire. He led the rescue team to the soldiers. With total disregard for his own welfare he assisted the evacuation effort of four soldiers, two of whom were critically wounded. While still receiving enemy fire, he climbed back into his vehicle and immediately began suppressing enemy infantry. During, the subsequent. Company attack on the Eastern Bridge over the afraid he's river gunnery sergeant. Hugh continuously exposed himself to withering enemy fire during the three hour urban firefight. His courageous battlefield presence inspired Marines to fight a determined foe that allowed him to physician his platoon's heavy machine-guns to repel numerous waves of attackers. In the midst of the battle and amphibious assault vehicle was destroyed, killing or wounding all its occupants gunnery sergeant La- hugh immediately move to recover the nine Marines. He again exposed himself to a barrage of fire as he worked for nearly an hour recovering casualties from the wreckage. By his. Display of decisive leadership unlimited courage in the face of heavy enemy fire. And utmost devotion to duty. Gunnery Sergeant La- Hugh reflected great credit upon himself. And upheld the highest traditions of the Marine Corps. And the United States. Naval Service. And That is. A. Citation. About. One episode. In one marine's life. And it doesn't explain everything in that marines life nor does it explain everything about the Marine Corps? But. It does give eight? Glimpse. into. What Marines do? and. What are American servicemen are capable of, but it's only a glimpse. And you know these these citations. Throughout the military when you when you go to different military bases, not been too many many military bases around the country around the world, these these citations of heroic wards. oftentimes, they're they're posted in various places around the based on on the walls in the classrooms on quarter decks. and. Throughout my career starting as a young. Young. Kid I would stop. And I would read through these. These citations and I would always wish to myself. I would always wish that I could meet these men. And I could talk to them. And I could learn from them and I could see what they were. What they were really like. And with that in mind. It is an absolute honor today to have that opportunity as. Sergeant major retired Justin La- hugh is. Joining us. To share the experiences that he had and the lessons that he learned. In his service in his life. Justin. Honor to have year. Thanks for coming out. It's honored to be here with you today Jaakko and you, etc.. I Um. Every every time I get to talk to somebody and just learn from their experiences and man I've had the opportunity in a we were talking a little bit about this. You know the the opportunity, some of the people that have come on this podcast just unbelievable to to capture their lessons from guys that were on Tarawa e Jima. And just incredible and it's an honor for me to sit here and and be able to. Capture some of these lessons for for people not just not just soldiers not just marines. But just people. So, that we can learn from. Let's. Let's start at the beginning. What started let's start at where you came from. So you were born in. Columbus Grove Ohio is that right Columbus, Ohio small little farm community, but two thousand people. Think it's been upper down of one hundred over the past one hundred years does up there. Kinda was like any Norman Rockwell painting that you would ever say and it was a great place to grow up when I was younger, it was a play she didn't lock your doors. It was a place where parents told you to be in by the time the street lights came on. I truly was like the fabric of America You grew up playing Little League Baseball Pony League Baseball You grew up knowing every kid in the two schools that were in town because it was kind of like a little Northern Ireland it was either Protestants and Catholics wasn't anything else. It was kind of those two choices and for grades one through eight there was the Catholic school that was on the other side of the railroad tracks, and then there was the public school and then you knew by sports and buy. Your neighbors you knew everybody and it didn't matter if it was K. through twelve, you knew the kindergarteners because you were school with their brothers and sisters. It was a really tight very hard working community
Boston - Secretary Of The Interior Has Ordered Mashpee Wompanoag Tribe ‘Disestablished,’ Tribe Says
"Call the bureau of Indian affairs is telling the Mashpee Wampanoag drive that the reservation will be disestablished their land taken out of trust this according to a statement by tribe chairman Cedric Cromwell the statement says the move comes for the order of the secretary of interior Cromwell calls the action cruel and unnecessary and says the secretary is under no court order to take their land out of trust Rockwell says is the first such this is Dallas mid action taken since the mid twentieth
Death of Peter Rockwell, Sculptor And Son Of Norman Rockwell, Announced By Boston's Rockwell Museum
"A renowned sculptor with New England ties has passed away Peter Rockwell was the son of Norman Rockwell the iconic pagers creations grace the covers of The Saturday Evening Post Peter was the third and youngest son and became a noted artist in his own right Peter Rockwell was a sculptor whose work is displayed around the world including at the national cathedral in DC Saint Paul's church in Rome he referred college and add more numerous public parks many of many of the sculptures featured acrobats multi face monsters the news was announced by the Norman Rockwell museum in Stockbridge they say Peter spent the last few weeks of its life enjoying visits by his family in Danvers he was eighty
"This is Unorthodox University leading Jewish podcast. I'm your host Mark Oppenheimer Anaheim our joined this week by another host tablets senior writer. Liel Liebowitz hello to you you lying. Doug Face Pony soldier. Oh isn't that the greatest I word ever cody soldier. This Joe Biden thing I did not. Did you call someone a pony soldier. A very lovely moment. Ask them very innocuous question. He turned around and said No. You didn't you lying dog faced pony soldier. Wow then she was like what he's like. It's woman old. John Wayne move was like no. It's not every single John we you literally. It was big in Delaware that instead slander. That's slur was big in Delaware. The nineteen fifty. It was a pre talkie. That's got to the president just for the Retro Quality. Just just to take us back in time Lille and I are alone in the studio today. Stephanie has jury duty so it's just only al to celebrate. Celebrate the upcoming hog known to the gentiles. Valentine's Day is revelatory. Yeah that's right Ed. We will be speaking with some people who know something about Love Seduce today. They are among others. We're going to have the cast members of the web series soon by you about dating in the modern Orthodox world how carp when our favorite guests from the apology episode came to our live in Cincinnati to tell us a very very special story. And then if you like hearing US whisper sweet nothings into your ear. Buds wait until Oh you hear the lovely singing voices in our interview with cantorial student. Jacob Sandler yes he gets US singing. We really do put you in the Mood for love. This is love is in the air in twenty twenty s as the corona virus. But Hey you win some you lose so the the updates on our lives. Stephanie is currently only doing civic duty during jury duty somewhere in the five boroughs Stephanie was in Scotch Plains New Jersey having a great event there a few days ago Maybe we'll we'll get the update next week. Leo You're in the motherland right. I was in beautiful Israel. Why for my grandmother's one year as a memorial service? Yeah Had a chance to sit and study some Tomlin with my Gerke Hassett cousins. I dearly love and again you know. We're often kind of like you know funny about these matters here but every now and then I really do get the urge to be sincere when I sit with people who you would think we have absolutely nothing uncommon. But then you realize we are truly literally and metaphorically speaking family and when we get together that love that connection is completely puttable we have spent very a little time talking about the fact that you're related to Garros So how did these are first cousins of yourself. I Costa who went. Who Went Garrard in your family? My Grandmother's sisters Shula Married Girl Haas. Okay this is a particular sect of Hasidim. What is there? What's the What their vibe? Like what what makes Gerhardt's put it like this cafe after the memorial service writing grandmother. Someone was talking about a person who's become about Shuba who's found religion later in life and became a gir- haas acid and one of my cousins who is Haas it said really no one becomes Bolshevik becomes a hostage and I asked why not and my cousin said well. Because it's it's perfectly fine to be like a really religious Jew and not go all the way to where we are. Why would you ever do the house? We have no choice right. Mind way you ever come here. It's so interesting I don't have any Cassini blackadder's any Haredi in my family I have modern orthodox cousins in Israel whose parents my mother's first cousin hasn't her husband actually were leaders of the conservative movement in Israel but then there's not much of a conservative movement in Israel so if you grow up kind of conservative conservative acts like observant conservative but if you SORTA got a pick or are you going secular going modern Orthodox and they're you know they're orthodox but I don't know of anyone who's like got the hat and the beard. It's a great a crying. Shame you have Hasidic material written all over your basically and this is the thing that I I kind of realized this week. 'cause we were hanging we were talking and at some point. The conversation vacation got kind of really elevated. And then I thought you know moved to dial like three clicks to the right and we're talking about Cherry Garcia Right in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy right eating shrimps and the bus and the way to Monterrey. That's kind of the VIBE. Yeah really the essence of not just observing the strict strict interpretation of the law but really trying to find this motionless spiritual connect mystical court to it would love to. I WanNa hang with your gear custom in cousins or Greg. I had a slightly different experience but in its way no less mystical by the way while you're talking about Jerry Garcia on the bus. Were you on the conference call when I when we were all doing like a pre show Oh crap and Rebecca. My thirteen year old was in the car and she was saying Dad. Can you explain the the grateful dead to me which is a really deep question because you know I could say I mean. I think we'd been listening to uncle. John's John's Bander Casey Jones. Or something you've come on. Come on the playlist in the car and I could say well it's a it's a group from about nineteen sixty seven to nineteen. Ninety give is playing the debt side. But I could give you the Brownie right and you'll eat it thirty five minutes you'll understand everything about this man. I mean I. It's really hard to say because it's so much more than a band to six never made sense to me before I try them on. Meet cliche thing to say. One is a grateful dead. The second is tennis and attended attended. I'm like wait until you understand. 'em This is a great game. I just have to move my eleven right. I'm so into this now. I add my own mystical experience in Wia missing in Pennsylvania and a bunch of people came like they'd set up fifty chairs. Forty five of the chairs were were filled with super curious. Interesting people of all ages a young rabbi from Lebanon Pennsylvania brought his twenties and thirties. Group is like young singles of which there were five or six and they were super into it and they listen to the show and they wanted copies the book and it was magical. The Jewish Cultural Committee organizes their author series was three people. None of whom was is Jewish. Okay one of them was Nancy Russo. WHO's married to to Paul something? Jewish and Nancy is is Italian Catholic by upbringing. The main woman the director of cultural life for the Jewish nation is Amanda Hornberger. Whose husband is like something German Lutheran? She herself grew up. Congregational est she's on the vestry of her united the Church of Christ Congregational Church. I've always said that the congregation great out and there was a local librarian named John who grew up in Baltimore where he did sixteen years of Catholic school and then went off to college college. I mean literally none of these people even guys. Every time we meet a gentle on our show it turns out there a quarter Jewish. These people like zero Jew in them and yet they are keeping the Jewish heart beating y missing Pennsylvania. They were interested they were curious they're booking good authors. They're running great programs. The people they bring in Inter asking smart questions Jews by choice we had a convert. who showed up a Sherry came and said thank you for your your help on my journey? The podcast has been meaningful to me. gentile L. spouses of Jews. Why a missing? Pennsylvania was among the greatest afternoons of my life is how it ought to be how it ought to be. Whatever New York like fucking fucking A.? Y. A. Missing Pennsylvania it there. Are Jews starve reading. The News starts reading this and I want to see even today do an event at the Barnes and Noble in Union Square. And you'll get fifty fifty three people and I go to why missing and get forty and in town. That's probably like twelve thousand people get numbers you get. People are truly engaged truly engaged and so grateful full end their listeners and the ones who aren't listeners could become listeners I it was it was magical. Speaking of Magic Amazon is somehow making the Nazis disappear in news to the Jews. This this week we learned from the New York Times about that Amazon is and I quote quietly canceling its Nazis over the past eighteen months. The retailer has removed books by David. Duke a former the leader of the Ku Klux Klan as well as several titles by George Lincoln Rockwell founder of the American Nazi Party Amazon also prohibited volumes like the ruling elite the Zionist seizure of world power and and history of central banking and the enslavement of mankind from its virtual shelves. What are we think of Amazon? Taking strong hand Nazi literature out of its store. You're I'm not down with it. I'm not either tell you. Because here's the thing. Once you at a major conglomerates start making judgment calls about what is and is is not permissible for its captive audience to read. I think you're sorta screwed actually kind of a free speech absolutist in this way like yes I want everyone three David Duke Doc if only because once you do unless you're total frigging maniacal moron. You'd understand that this is absolute drivel. Actually want like free copies and like every this show be like. Hey guys here you go and try to get your way through mine com- If you can't get twelve pages into it. It's the most boring stuff you'll ever find. The beginning is funny. The middle sags the characterization gets gets a little thin toward the ad still never figured out how it ended. I never read it. No but really like do I really want Amazon making this call them. Why not the next up being like well you know This type of ideology is also quite offensive to us in history is in the type of thing we want people to read. You can imagine agenda that you can imagine where it goes very quickly to Jews in the Middle East or Zionist saying. We don't WanNa read you know the Hamas Charter and Palestinian activists saying we don't want to read. This spoke about the founding of Israel. I mean it's all of a sudden you've a lot of people who authentically believe that they are keeping genocidal literature out of the hands of other people saying what people can and cannot read and you add in the fact that Amazon really does have a kind of monopoly power. What we're reading? Yeah and find the these days of elsewhere.
Man Shot Dead In South Austin Neighborhood Convenience Store
"News shooting Friday night into Saturday took the life of a forty year old man who was inside of a convenience store when two people approach pulled out weapons and opened fire striking in multiple times in the back happen in the south Austin neighborhood five minutes before that shooting a twenty three year old man was shot and killed the twenty eight hundred block of north Rockwell both investigations are
Man Shot Dead In South Austin Neighborhood Convenience Store
"News shootings Friday night into Saturday took the life of a forty year old man who was inside of a convenience store when two people approach pulled out weapons and opened fire striking in multiple times in the back happen in the south Austin neighborhood five minutes before that shooting a twenty three year old man was shot and killed the twenty eight hundred block of north Rockwell both investigations are
Girl, 16, Dead After Little Village Shooting Over Weekend
"Chicago police are looking for the gunman who fatally shot a sixteen year old girl in the little village neighborhood over the weekend Chicago police say the sixteen year old was walking on a sidewalk in the twenty three hundred block of south Rockwell Saturday night would gun shots rang out she was struck in the head she was brought to Mount Sinai hospital in critical condition she died of her injuries on Sunday the teenager identified as Angie Monroy cheerleader
Homebuilder Horton sees 2020 home sales above estimates, shares rise
"On the plus side Linda up one and a half percent the supplier of industrial gases reported third quarter profit that beat the average estimate and raises full year earnings forecast they have rock well automation up twelve percent the maker of industrial robots posted fiscal fourth quarter revenue to be the average rejected by the most in eight years Rockwell's earnings for the quarter and profit for the current fiscal year also topped estimates you got DR Horton up two and a half percent the homebuilder reported higher earnings revenue and orders for the fiscal fourth quarter than analysts expected and raise its dividend by seventeen percent so all that going over well Tyson foods not so much shares are down about one percent the new process is learning strat as miss for the first time in six quarters Tyson was hurt by higher checking because along with a fire one of the speed plants advance auto parts down six percent the retailer because the high end of this year sales forecast for stores open more than a year that's after reporting third quarter results and advance auto was less profitable in the quarter than analysts
Donald Trump discussed on The Glenn Beck Show
"I want to give you a moment to to share with us in this safe space known as closing argument how traumatized you feel by the events of this week this weekend with Donald Trump expressing his on medicated unfiltered racism and unleashing upon the world what are we to do what are you thoughts so I thanks for having me on I don't love the idea of explaining why I feel that something was racist to a black man I love the idea of you doing exactly that so it will have at it okay I don't love the idea but here goes so I think that trump has continually used go back to your country and people of color are not from this country as as he said that specific people of color are not from this country that has been the all but explicitly stated the thing that was what birther ism was root rooted in his Rockwell was not from America he's from Kenya and this seems to be birthers and two point oh which is some sort of self deport two countries you've never lived in with the exception of Johanna Meier represented vilano more all of the women of color who were cited were born in America I think that it was the dimly just as a as a clarification nobody was specifically cited in his tweets he refer to Congress women which of course is plural which implies at least two but he didn't name any names that he didn't mention any race for skin color so I think it's pretty clear what he was talking about all right well there we go and tell about what really hurt me was that I've heard kids and people say the same things to people in my neighborhood there was a trunk individual at a park who I ended up breaking up a fight over but the who is trying to save his dog on Somali family and small children ram and saying go back to your country saying literally the same thing now a week later I'm hearing from the president and honestly I I when I heard this it hit me so hard that a I thought about the kids in my community and what they're hearing from the president how the president's supposed to be this inspiration factory and they're supposed to pull out the best in everybody and make kids want to be like them and and here is just running people down and do you make any sort of distinction whatsoever between that anecdote of a man literally seeking dogs on a Somali and screaming at them to go back to their country in no content like I'm assuming the context was he saw some Molly and was offended by the fact that they exist in this country I was telling them to go back to Somalia it is that like apples to apples to what Donald Trump Twitter over the weekend it is to me and I'll tell you why because well that's an extremely visceral moment that I was in like I was walking my dog and everyone in the park filled with kids of color words stunned like they just stood around and didn't know what to do because there is this dog barking at Somali woman and her kids and a physically got in between them trump's dog is this leaves of let's back up just low as as a side I got this image in my head now of you physically leaping in between aggressive dogs and I fell are you a super hero no I'm not a superhero I was literally physically afraid for the people in the park by my house and I just like ran to it like kids because that's what I do as an educator is like when you see scared kids run towards them and right I I didn't one would hope that anybody in that circumstance would act in the way that you did yeah I don't think this is an extraordinary thing to do or not to break up fights and I think that what Donald Trump is doing this out allegory is that he is seeking his internet is releasing the internet hounds of chat room people of all right people on Twitter of I've had several conversations this weekend about people trying to sort of justify what it is that he's saying and people agreeing meanings he's releasing dogs corn quote online and those people are attacking people who have every right to be in this country and people who are valuable members of my neighborhood I just got done at the gym and half the people were looked like the four congresswomen that were attacked and those people are valuable part of my neighborhood and I love them I love the kids and I'm excited to see what America is gonna be like with their voices a part of it and it breaks my heart that our president is too narrow minded to see what contributions a diverse America can bring to the world so while high viscerally and completely disagree with your perception of what occurred over the weekend I none the less feel as though I understand your perspective like I get why you feel the way you do I'm curious as to whether or not you you contemplate or or capable of of conceiving of how people can perceive it from the other side so when you talk about people who have come to the defense of trump of which there happens to be one of the room I'll let you guess which one it is it if you can accept it for the sake of argument in in good faith that people are sincerely not driven by racism and yet find something that that is a affirming in what Donald Trump said is there any sense in which the the con the specific content let's actually look at the tweet the specific content of what he said right so he he wrote so interesting to see progressive democratic Congress women now again women being poor also was referring to more than just Ilan Omar erase your obviously is is is most likely one who started in this who originally came from countries whose governments are complete and total catastrophe so again and there there there's no reference to race it's a reference to the country of origin and the nature of the government in those countries the worst most corrupt inept anywhere in the world if they even have a functioning government all the and that's the context and then it gets to the point now loudly and viciously telling the people of the United States of America you and me US living here the greatest and most powerful nation on earth how our government is to be run why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken crime infested places from which they came and it strikes me that there's a there's a substantive difference between saying go back darkie which is the essence of your anecdote of of somebody seeking that's how I heard it right versus saying listen if if you're so why aren't you helping your people in the country from which you hell to actually have a functioning government at served them well like those are two different so I think so I think that statement your people implies who your people are and that once you come to this country you never really become part of us but that's what we're told from left all the time that there's there should be no expectation of assimilation that you ought to be proud of your origin but it back completely dismiss which had a controversy in this city where we're sitting right now in Saint Louis park with the city council ban the pledge of allegiance because they felt that was offensive to to non citizen residents of this country and so young this is a real context that people are dealing with where they're being told that any pride you have in your native culture the in the United States of America is illegitimate and you need to make room for what's being imported from elsewhere I think if the pride you have in your country is rooted in a mono culture which is the euro American roots of cut coming back to the founding fathers if that's the lineage with which the only lineage with which pride is to be found in this country that's a problem and that's racism if you acknowledge that were a country of immigrants that were people who came here add our particular cultural strengths to this country that makes our country better it makes our country stronger it makes it more vibrant then having being proud to be an American is great see it in an attempt in a couple of minutes here to try to arrive at something resembling common ground I wonder to what extent because you know I don't see Donald Trump rejecting people of color as such his embrace he's had people as part of the administration is part of the campaign is part of the social circle who have been people of color I don't see the conservative movement are Republicans as such I stand as an example it rejecting I would even have a job here so if the United States was as racist as some people on the left claim that it is it occurs to me that the real dividing line is between those because you know you have immigrants who come here who are extremely grateful for the opportunity that the United States provided them and recognize it as a as a you know you're talking a mile culture they recognize it as a culture that is provided them with the superior opportunity to that which they would have had had they stayed in there they're not shy about expressing that and for that that I you DO that mindset that attitude is more than welcome regardless of the color of the skin of the person who's expressing it it's it occurs to me that that's the real dividing line here not the colored people skip yeah I think that there's something to be said for where you want to where you want to put the bar for racism he you where you want to put the buyer for calling out somebody as being not from here go back with this this signaling when when the signaling around racism becomes racism for an individual that something that they have to decide for themselves I think
How Augmented Reality Works
"So imagine walking. In a minefield in a war zone. You want to know where the mines are any want, walk through the minefield without stepping on a mine, you could put on an augmented a set of augmented reality glasses, assuming you're the one who put the minds in the minefield. You know the locations as I'm looking down on the ground, you can show me exactly where the minds are very second. Just walk right through without stepping on a mine. Let me give you more positive examples sin factory automation, typesetting. I can look inside the machine with my augmented reality glasses. So I can take the information I'm getting from the machine. Like, for example, what's the temperature of this pump, I put on my glasses. I look at the pump and I can see the temperature. I can look elsewhere on the pump I can see the flow rate of the fluid flow into the pump. So now I can see information that could not see before without a tool of some. Without a tool Asakusa, taking more. Digital information and presenting it in a way that can overlaid on a reluctant. So that's off mentoring reality, that's called augmented reality. And how does how does that change Rockwell's world or how does that change all of our world's down down the line today? You're seeing a lot of augmented reality. And games kids are, you know using augmented reality. What gaming rember Pokemon go? Oh, yeah. Everybody was using augmented reality with their phones searching poking and yeah, yeah. So that's an example of augmented. Reality being utilized in the gaming industry. But audited, reality could be very hopeful in many different sectors. Like, for example, in the area that I work in for diagnosing machines for training, people on how to use machines for taking apart machines, I. No. That BMW built and augmented reality -plication that guide stick missions on how to disassemble different parts of the injured, of course, you won't need this for an EV, but certainly for the internal combustion BMW. It's very complex. So they developed an augmented reality -plication where you when you're looking at the engine, it'll flash on the balls that want you to take out first and give you the numbers, the sequence on how to disassemble. Okay.
Through the eyes of Annie Leibovitz
"From the Mon broadcast center at KP. See see this is the frame, I'm John horn on today's show what the cancellation of Pearvel shows on Netflix might mean for the future of the TV business then from antiwar demonstrations to Arnold Schwarzenegger, riding horseback. Any Vits has photographed at all we walked through a new exhibit of her early work was not a good photojournaling. So I was going to have to tell more my story from my point of view and left journalism behind eventually turned to portraiture because it was a way of having real licensed to do what you wanted in a photograph and the country swing band asleep at the wheel is still rolling along fifty years after its founding all that coming up on the frame. With so many new players jumping into the streaming game including Disney, apple and Warner media. Twenty nineteen is likely to bring some big changes to the TV business. We called up Daniel Feinberg a TV critic for the Hollywood reporter to talk about what the future could look like to TV viewers. He's just finished covering two weeks of presentations from broadcast networks cable channels and streaming services at the television critics association meetings. We started with the news from earlier this week that net flicks. His canceling Jessica Jones and the punisher to marvel shows which not coincidentally are also Disney properties. There is no question that we are on the brink of some sort of key transition point. And regardless of what you choose to call it, whether you want to call it these streaming wars or the road to new cable, or whatever you wanted describe it as there are things that are changing that are going to dramatically reshape what the media landscape look. In five years in the same way that five years ago, it looked completely different. And I think that there's no question that the cancellation of the marvel shows on Netflix is a. Assign a gesture in a certain direction because these were very high profile shows for Netflix when they premiered and they were part of a big programming strategy. And now, suddenly all of the marvel properties are really part of aid Disney, plus or a Disney marvel streaming strategy, and so they don't fit with Netflix anymore. And I think that you're gonna see something with the tug of war over something like friends, I think that we are only at the beginning of what is going to be probably the biggest story in where television is going in the next year and a half probably. And that is basically that the people who create those shows used to see companies like Netflix as a source of ancillary revenue and now they see streaming services as direct competitors. So they're trying to pull their content back at their launching their own streaming services. Is that the bigger picture here? I think that is definitely the bigger picture. And all of the things that the Netflix and Hulu have kind of taken for granted as the foundation of their. Business model, you know, the for whatever we want to say about the apparently twelve billion dollars that Netflix last year poured into original programming acquired content is still a major portion of what people actually stream on Netflix. Whether it's whether it's friends, whether it's the office, whether it's all of the CW shows, and that's great for Netflix because it allows net flicks to have that kind of foundation, but it, but it's also a business that the people who actually own those programs want to be in. And so is Netflix original programming is it enough if suddenly the studio start taking away all of their prestige programs. Yeah. I don't know. Let's talk about a couple of new programs one that's on Netflix. It's called Russian doll and one on Hulu called Penn. Fifteen. These are shows that seem to be getting a lot of attention. Are they worth checking out? And how are they doing so far? I think they're absolutely were checking out, and I think we had absolutely no idea how either one of them is doing. Let's look says not put out a press release boasting that forty million people in some form or another have watched Russian doll. So I don't know all I know is that it's a really good show. It's a really smart show. It's a show that plays around with with format and with tone, and with style in very impressive ways. So Russian dolls. Definitely we're checking out, and I think Penn fifteen on Hulu is is a lot of fun to gimmick is the two co creators are basically playing junior high versions of themselves. Devil dis her last night at camp. How was even possible? I don't know what happened in the middle of her sleep. That's so unfair that happens to me surrounded by actual preteen and teen actors, and it's it's a really good show about the awkwardness of being a teenager. That's maybe aimed at older viewers who survived those years. I wanna talk about a couple of other shows that might be worth talking about FOX has a series called proven innocent pop has a series called flack and DC universe has a series called doom patrol or any of those shows are other things that you've seen jumping out in terms of midseason or early start shows that are coming out either. Now, or very soon one of the shows that if you've watched any BC in the past couple of weeks, and you're going to see as we move towards the Oscars this weekend that is getting a lot of buzz for ABC as whiskey cavalier whiskey cavalier. One of our best agents. I intelligence proven to be a huge asset to the bureau. You and your fiance recently parted ways. Yes, we did mutual most commercial, but I'm totally fine with it. We have the footage. How? It's a show that I would say succeeds at its goals, and that's something that I wouldn't necessarily say about say proven innocent, which is a very very run of the mill entirely forgettable legal procedural at the very least whiskey cavalier is pretty people Scott fully and learn Cohen or the stars are attractive and fun. And they're having a good time. It was shot in Europe. And it makes actual good use of European locations. It's got all of the depth of a very very shallow puddle. But on the other hand, it's fun. And it's the same with with DC universe is doomed patrol, which is kind of quirky kind of odd and of vast improvement over DC universe's, I live action show which was titans, which was all gloomy and glum and unpleasant. So there's something to be said for improvement one of the other things that happens at the as is that critics get sneak peeks, maybe it's some footage. Maybe it's a pilot of a show. That's not going to be on for a couple of months. Is there anything that you and your colleagues? Saw that might not be coming out immediately. But that you're really interested in seeing what more there is the series. Well, I definitely can't review. The one episode I've seen of FX Fosse Verdon, but I can tell you that that show which starts Sam Rockwell, and Michelle Williams is definitely going to be worth one that I'm looking forward to checking out. It's the story of Bob Fosse, Gwen Verdon. And so there's a lot of fifty sixty seventies cinematic, and Broadway and musical references and dancing and choreography. And I'm not gonna say anything more than I'm looking forward to seeing more episodes. Daniel Feinberg is a TV critic for the Hollywood reporter. He is also the president of the television critics association Daniel, thanks for your time and your insight. Thank you for having me. Coming up on the frame, any leave of its walks through an exhibit of her early work.
Dow ends worst week since 2008 financial crisis; Nasdaq closes in bear market
"The cotton monument. It commemorates a massacre of polish people by the Soviet Union during World War Two. But Jersey City mayor Steven Fulop had hoped to relocated as part of renovation of the city plaza. Now, it is now the case that Phillips announcement didn't go over. Well, and the statute will stay word is community. Outrage has one out the city council voted this morning to leave it at exchange place in perpetuity tonight. We have a forty percent chance of showers mostly before nine o'clock lows around forty five degrees. Currently, it's fifty seven degrees. It's foggy in central park at five. Oh, six. Support for NPR comes from Annapurna pictures with vice starring Christian bale, Amy Adams, Steve corral Sam Rockwell in Tyler Perry. A behind the scenes look at American power based on a true story in theaters everywhere. Christmas day. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang. And Mary Louise Kelley majority leader Mitch McConnell says he is distressed Nebraska Republican Vince asked calls it a sad day for America. And Chris Murphy, Connecticut Democrat describes it as a national security crisis. All senators all talking about the resignation of secretary of defense, Jim Mattis. I am joined now by another Senator Tim Kaine democrat of Virginia Cain sits on the Armed Services Committee, which will have to confirm whoever is nominated to succeed. Mattis Senator Kaine welcome. Could it be on the show? Thanks so much. I gather you're not happy about secretary Mattis impending departure either. No, look, I've been in public life for twenty five years. I'm an armed services member from a state. That's connected to the military. I have a son in the Marine Corps secretary Mattis has one of the best public servants. I've worked with in my career and his resignation, and especially the asserted reasons for the resignation should 'cause every American to be really really worried. Although was this inevitable Madison self in the resignation letter that I soon you're referring to there. He said the president deserves a Defense Secretary who shares his vision of the world, I think that's very diplomatically put. But if you look at the letter, basically, what secretary Mattis says is this that the two pillars of American security that are constant. And this is a guy who spent more than four decades providing security is a marine is one building strong alliances among democracies and second standing up. To thorough -tarian adversaries, and he basically said Mr President on these two values you and I disagree, and we've certainly seen in a president who undercuts allies at many opportunities using national security waivers to punish Canada and Europe, for example, and then cosies up to a thorough Teheran's such as Russia and and Kim Jong Hoon in North Korea. And that reason asserted by secretary Mattis is very very troubling. Have you talked to him if you talk to dramatically? I have not talked to him since the announcement. The announcement set off a firestorm now leave news, but ambassadors of European and other allies reaching out to Senator saying sort of what's going on announcements this week about Syrian Afghanistan, obviously, causing huge concerns among allies who were side by side with us. In those theaters. I mentioned it's your committee armed services that will have to vote on whoever is named to succeed him. Who would you like to see? You know, it's too early to say that there's a person that I'd like to see, but I want somebody who will be willing to stand up and speak truth to power one of the challenges. And this administration is those who do general McMaster, the national security advisor and secretary Mattis, they get pushed aside, but we need people who are experienced who will look the president in the eye and and speak truth. And if the president can handle it he can't handle it. But I don't want an enabler. There's been too many neighbors around this president and the first two years like bobbleheads saying yes to everything, and that's not what this country needs right now changing gears. We're speaking to you from Capitol Hill. Are you all making any progress on a voiding a government shutdown at stroke of midnight? Well, we had a bipartisan deal just two days ago passed the Senate unanimously with the blessing of the White House, but the president yesterday decided to do a one eighty and say he now if you can't get five billion hill shutdown government and punish eight hundred thousand plus federal employees. Who would not get as long as there's a shutdown? Yeah. I heard you on Sarah calling him the Grinch about to steal Christmas, which I will give you credit. It's a good line. But subsidies. Senator or else? Well, thousands of people who are going to have to work without being paid over the holidays. You're you're absolutely right. And that was what we did when we gave them a bipartisan deal less than forty eight hours ago that he agreed to I know. But here we are society afternoon. So what happens? Well, what's going on? Right now is the vice president, Jared, Kushner, and Mick Mulvaney. The new chief of staff were up talking to Senator Schumer, and we're seeing reports out of that meeting that there may be an announcement soon about a path forward possibly a deal. I understand those administration officials went over to talk to speaker Ryan. So this is very much kind of a work in progress right now, no reason to shut the government down. Absolutely. None just a few seconds left. But, but we're also hearing from Shimer's office, and they're saying that this deal would involve funding for border security, but not the wall would you vote for that? I voted for it many many times comprehensive immigration reform and twenty thirteen head border security money. We offered the president deal in February with border security money. He turned it down border security is something that we all support. All right. Thank you so much Senator. Alright thanks much Virginia. Democrat Tim Kaine and we are talking with other Republicans elsewhere on the show. I interview Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg had surgery today for early stage lung cancer the odds for a full recovery from the disease at that stage have dramatically improved in recent years. That said this is the eighty five year old liberal
Vice President, Dick Cheney and Lynne Cheney discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"Trending online right now. We have a new trailer the first trailer for vice this is the movie that stars Christian bale as former Vice President Dick Cheney, and it also starts Sam Rockwell as George W Bush, Steve Carell as Donald Rumsfeld and Amy Adams as Lynne Cheney. We looked at it briefly during one of the breaks, it looks whole areas for one thing. But also, very fascinating. So that trailer for vice has dropped
United Technologies Wins US Antitrust Nod for Rockwell
"United Technologies has one US antitrust approval for its acquisition of Rockwell Collins to create an aircraft parts giant the Justice department signed off on the twenty three billion dollar deal after the companies agreed to sell assets to resolve the government's concerns. The deal would otherwise harm competition.
The business of the WTO
"I was able to speak with Keith Rockwell at the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. Keith welcome back to tech nation. Thanks more. Nice to see you again. Now, remind us the WTO the World Trade Organization, we're here in Geneva, Switzerland. What does it do? I think the best way to think about the WTO is to think of it as as a contractual arrangement between governments governments. There's one hundred sixty four of them here. They pledged to each other to follow the rules of the organization the rules, which they themselves have negotiated and agreed and these rules they involve commitments, and I also involved privileges. So you for example, will commit to open up your market to a certain extent via tariffs via regulations, which are clear and transparent. So the other one hundred sixty three members know exactly what they're getting themselves into in terms of a business, arrangement and more importantly, the businesses in your country know, what the terms of trade the rules of. The game will be in each of these markets where they go. So it helps reduce uncertainty. It helps to make it much more predictable and much more stable in terms of the trading environment. Now, President Trump recently announced a tariff do they have to inform the WTO do they have together. How does that work? This is one of the important elements of our work is that when you make a change to your trade policy. You have to send a notification to the WTO spelling out what you've done. And in fact, this is true about care. If it's true about subsidies. We have important negotiations in agriculture and in reducing harmful fish subsidies that lead to depletion of global fish stocks. And what the Americans have said is in order for us to negotiate this fully there needs to be a much better record of notification. So we know exactly what we're confronting. So. Yes. That element of transparency. And we also have each year a review of the trade policies of key players and governments will comment on trade policy changes sometimes positively sometimes not so positively the whole idea is that you understand the trading environment in which you are are acting. Let's say a country said didn't we agreed all these things, and perhaps that tariff or another tariff were was unfair doesn't agree with what we all agree to what could happen, then well, governments if they believe that their rights under the agreements, and there's about sixty or so agreements that we have if they believe that a trading partner has not fulfilled the terms of that contract. They can take them to the dispute settlement system. And indeed when the Americans announced that they were applying tariffs on. On steel and aluminum, a number of countries have come to the dispute settlement system to sought to seek a way to redress what they believed to be something that is not in line with the rules of the WTO the Americans maintain that because they are implementing these tariffs in the name of national security. They have an exemption from the rules, the others. Don't take that view. Okay. So we're not gonna solve that here. Probably not. I don't believe that. But obviously these countries have to get together periodically just tomorrow over a whole big long list of things. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And we're not only about disputes were about trying to write new rules of the game. Now, one of the things I would I would say about our work right now is that we are in a pilot of all time, we are transitioning away from ways of doing things that had not produced the kinds of results that people wanted to a different way of doing business, and this really kicked off in winus IRA's in December when we had our eleventh ministerial conference while we were there groups of members not the entire membership. But let's say about half the membership decided they would go ahead and begin to scope out the space for making rules in for example, ecommerce digital trade in the issue of investment facilitation to help developing countries. In the issue of how to help micro small and medium sized companies to participate in global trade. How to better advance the economic empowerment of women? So I would say in each of these groups we have eighty plus members not all and not all the members are in favour of work going on in these areas. Because either they like to see things that we haven't yet finished like agriculture sorted out. Or they believe that they are not ready to discuss let's say ecommerce because of the digital divide that exists between rich and poor countries. Now the membership is diverse in its outlook. And so the opinions that people have on ecommerce very widely, but let's say we've got eighty or ninety members that are now going forward and of all of these areas, I mentioned this is the one with a concrete objective of negotiating new rules, and many of the members are impatient. Many of the companies in your part of the. The world are pushing hard saying let's go we need global rules in these areas, if we are to be able to have a more certain transparent predictable environment in which to do
Qualcomm ends $44 billion NXP bid after failing to win China approval
"Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg radio the meal is off what would have been the biggest consolidation in the semiconductor. Industry was not approved by China perhaps this has to do with the ongoing spat between the US and China here to talk about this is Brooke Sutherland deals. And industrials columnists with Bloomberg opinion joining. Us here in our eleven three oh studios. Brooke Qualcomm saying forget about it we're not going to go through with. His forty four billion. Dollar deal. China miss the deadline to approve it an. X. p. shares plummeting today Qualcomm Up probably because people, had already assumed fest and also because they put out good earnings what does this mean just taking a step back for, tech consolidation going forward given, that China is sort of stepping up and saying, you know what forget it we're not gonna prove these deals either. Gonna play hardball. I think, it's certainly going to have. A chill factor I don't know how you can really view it as any, other way. Because most of these big conductor. Companies get a large portion of their sales from China so they will have to go through the. Same regulatory processes Qualcomm did with an expedient let's not forget Qualcomm and annex t don't really overlap that much. The few areas where they do but this was not the traditional type of deal that gets held up for years and years enter in. Terms of antitrust review, both Europe and the US had approved, this deal. It was just, China holding out. Which I think is going to tell other tech companies that even if, you, don't have traditional sort of antitrust. Hurdles there obstacle to getting deals, done Just a little bit, on an x. p.? It's the old Phillips right Philips semiconductor I believe and they make more one of the areas that they make, chips for is? The automobile. Industry right yes they do and also industrial equipment right. Because thinking automobiles because they make the chips for kilos. Access to automobiles as well as some of the chips have try to make the car a little bit more intelligent that's been a very hot area what about, someone else coming in and making a bid for an x.. P. so if you remember, you have to go back quite a while given how long this is dragged on but when Bloomberg, was first reporting about the talks between Qualcomm and at the time Texas Instruments and Intel also. Took a look now obviously both, of those companies are now in the process of. CEO transitions with both CEO's actually, kicked out because of allegedly inappropriate behavior so I don't know that either that's companies are in a position to make an acquisition of annex right now If they wanted to and again. I think both of those would probably run into the same sort of issues with China to getting approval for this deal but you, know? Certainly annex, p. is, in this faster growing market but you know a lot of the rationale for the Qualcomm purchases, annex? Doesn't, necessarily have that connectivity piece of, it? And that's what Qualcomm was really wanna bring to those automative ships to really give them a bigger piece of this market and so they will still need to get that. In some way now what that. Looks like we'll have to see annex today on their earnings calls that would still be open to, doing partnerships with Qualcomm so maybe we could, end up seeing some sort of relationship. Between these two companies even if it's not actually deal all right so I'm looking, at Qualcomm shares that are up about four point, two, percent in early trading and I'm trying to understand how much of this stems from people being relieved that Qualcomm isn't going to. Spend forty four billion dollars on this acquisition that doesn't necessarily have very clear sort of synergy with the company And how much does this. Have to do with just the earnings being really good I think it's more that Qualcomm did not extend the annex. P. deal. Further there was some worry that maybe they would do that and, so by calling it by. Saying you know what we're done they end the uncertainty they end this sort of purgatory that the company's been stuck in now management's no longer distracted. By annex they can turn their attention to Qualcomm myriad other problems The earnings, numbers this quarter were good they were better than analysts expected but you know Qualcomm is. Still got a, long ways to, go until it meets its fiscal twenty, nineteen guidance of six seventy five to seven fifty a share and adjusted EPS they stuck by that guidance but. It's very much dependent on resolving it's legal disputes with apple and. I don't, know when we're going to see an end to that Qualcomm is really sort of taken a wait it out approach assuming that apple will probably want to. Settle rather than put Tim cook on the stand I. Don't know it might work but at the end of the. Day there's probably going to be somebody else that's going to try to challenge Qualcomm? Licensing prophets later down the road and so I think they ultimately probably do. Need to rethink business you know that was one of. The things that broadcom CEO hock-tan really, push when he was trying, to take over the, company was, this is an outdated business model it's not built for the environment that we're in today now they don't necessarily need to do remodel it as hock-tan Suggested but obviously some sort of. Rethinking is necessary there in that message really resonated with. Investors and x. p. has test and assembly sites in China Do you believe that any company that has operations in China that wants to do a merger or acquisition right now is having a second thought You know what are the things that really struck me, as interesting is that there's, been so, much focused. On annex p Qualcomm and then there are other deals in front of moth com right now one of the big ones United Technologies Rockwell Collins now we have not heard. The, same level of pushback to that deal and United Technologies, on its earnings call said it still expects that to close in the third quarter now I have asked a number. Of different people about this and I have not gotten a really great explanation of why we saw an x. p. held up for so long and then, some of these other deals are, able to go ahead and I don't know, if it's a matter of different industries being more strategic to China I will say, in the beginning. China did have some legitimate antitrust claims here. And it's just a matter of maybe getting caught up in. All. Of this trait math trade.