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"rodrick" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

ARRL Audio News

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"rodrick" Discussed on ARRL Audio News

"Your cue to stop transmitting so that your repeater timer can reset. Hey how you doing. I'm murkland chris. Ww one emmy and this is a r l audio news for friday. October eighth twenty. Twenty one in a written statement on just filed bill. Hr fifty three seventy eight before the us. House commerce communications and technology subcommittee on october sixth awol. President rick rodrick k. Five you are urged congress to direct the fcc to preserve amateur radios secondary access to the three gigahertz band a provision in the three and a half billion dollars budget reconciliation. Bill would have required that. Approximately two hundred megahertz of the three point. One two three point four five gigahertz band be reallocated to the use of five g. Vendors confronted with the probable delay of the reconciliation bill and an uncertain future for the three gigahertz provision to subcommittee members introduced similar reallocation language. As hr fifty three seventy eight roderick emphasized that permitting continued amateur radio access to three point three to three point. Four five gigahertz on a strictly secondary non interference basis would fully protect commercial licensees with exclusive licenses and provide an avenue for continued technological innovation on the part of radio amateurs despite vigorous opposition from a double rl and others the fcc and twenty twenty ordered the sunsetting of the three point three to three point. Five gigahertz band in order to auction the spectrum to five g. providers rodrick said if the current policy continues existing spectrum at three gigahertz being addressed. Hr fifty three seventy eight will be cleared. Indiscriminately with ham. Radio activities being forced to cease for no reason other than a regulatory myopia. Hr fifty three seventy eight is not yet law and our ells efforts to preserve amateur radio access to three point. Three to three point. Four five gigahertz on a secondary basis will continue.

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"rodrick" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"rodrick" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"This on our show. We began looking for more subject matter experts and that is why today we are incredibly fortunate to be joined with the one and only rodrick martin v creator of extraterrestrial evidence which is by far the best ufo show on clubhouse roger. Thank you so much for coming today. Glad to be here so could you tell us just just a little bit about the origin of extra terrestrial evidence. Was there something in your life that That you personally encountered or something that inspired you to bring this conversation more to the forefront.

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"rodrick" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:49 min | 10 months ago

"rodrick" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"So kevin and i watched the trailer at the same time and we're messing each other because in the trailer and i don't think actually is in the movie at all but the narrator is like this is the future just found that moment so stupid. Because i'm like no. This is your present. this is our future like. I don't know that this is the future because for you this okay already. I have problems. I have two seconds into this trailer. I will say i. I know vague stuff about more for sure. I knew about the brain slugs and everything i also know that one of the characters gets permanently turned into a specific type of animal. Because of the log store. Rodrick or something like that One of my friends is accessible at amores and texts like a multilayered paragraph about something dealing with this. I was more of a band which is another homeless. And i ended up getting into talking about anamour ever world court. You're missing out on kevin. Whatever world randomly unlike a thursday one day we will do the k. applegate podcast. This is unfortunately not that. I think that would have been a little more entertaining. Now we're still going to have a good time because there's a lot to talk about in this movie and so let's let's get into it. Look we talked about the narration right and thankfully there is no future it actually starts being narrated by someone not the main character describing the fact that like earth is at peace of that. It's very like morgan freeman right. I think it's doctor. That appears like two minutes from now. I think it's the same The voices sounded. Maybe the same. It's meant to be like morgan freeman. Ask which is probably racist No because then actor. I'm pretty sure it is that actor who has appeared in why arrow he's appeared in Resident evil. he's a pretty well known actor in that area. He has a very subsequently voice. I guess i don't know he doesn't have a good voice. But like i wrote it down alien by the way. Oh yes please read it. Because already i think by team million is supported in its opening narration yet so the earth is at peace there is no hunger. There is no violence. The environment has healed honesty. Courtesy and kindness or practiced by all and our world has.

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"rodrick" Discussed on HowSound

HowSound

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"rodrick" Discussed on HowSound

"Whatever you already. I have to ask to turn the radio off because it's distracting and eventually after you smoke if we could close the window grace trying experience. Wake a trying experience. I think it should be relatively painless. Cleanness already start with the basics. Can you tell me about yourself. I'm bruce rodrick from central. I was born in province down. Nineteen fifty one to portuguese parents. And i moved to in nineteen sixty four. And we'll talk about. What do you want me to say.

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Sheriff’s deputy in greater Atlanta area fired after video shows him repeatedly striking man

Sterling on Sundays

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Sheriff’s deputy in greater Atlanta area fired after video shows him repeatedly striking man

"Hour. Clinton County Deputy has lost his job after a social media video went viral, showing the White deputy pinning down and then punching. Ah black man fired for excessive force that the decision Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill made after an internal investigation into a social media video showing Rodrick Walker's arrest. Sheriff Hill says bond was denied due due to to a a felony felony probation probation warrant warrant out out of of Fulton Fulton County County for for multiple multiple charges charges against against Walker, Walker, including including cruelty cruelty to to Children Children and and possession possession of of a a firearm firearm by by convicted convicted felon felon Cheryl Castro. 95.5

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"rodrick" Discussed on V103

V103

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on V103

"Been injured in a car accident college tourney Rodrick white at eight five five I got you today's R&B a little bags be won all three I'm beyond safe box and this is the Saturday morning wake up club if.

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An Interview with South African Golfer Erik van Rooyen

No Laying Up

11:48 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with South African Golfer Erik van Rooyen

"Want you to tell me absolutely everything. You can't about golf club that CHAPULTEPEC because I love watching this golf course I promise. There's not one detail I went to get by about playing it. Used COMING OFF A T. Three finish I just want you to kind of walk us through some of the considerations that go into play in that course because they talk about the altitude of course on the broadcast. It's not a direct translation of like. Oh now my eight iron goes this far because of all the different heights and stuff so right. What kind of adjustments do you make before this tournament? It's interesting because usually so I grew up. Bob Played logoff in Johannesburg South Africa and the difference is about ten percents so when a plan Janice Burke I play straight meters and it works great. Is that your stock yardage? Won't you play here play yards so say my nine goes one hundred and fifty eight hundred fifty five meters in Johannesburg. It goes one hundred fifty five yards here interesting so it's pretty close. But then we get to Japan Deepak. And it's like okay bowls going even further than Giannis books on the Tuesday. We hit every club in the bag. Just write it down straight. How is it going and track men track man and that's it? He had all the numbers in each Irish book. And I was like okay. How far is it nine? Ongo again or the eight on well about one hundred and eighty seven. Here's a. But then if you are if you're hitting a ninety five percent nine iron. Is it a direct? Does that really change how much it's going to fly compared to a regular golf course like? What are those kind of adjust? I try to not over. Think it too in the fate happened on even back on Sunday. A sixteen I was in between it was either a full wedge but the braves is a little into us. I think it was a hundred and fifty one of the pen and sixteen in a massive slow behind it. You can use a slip if you want and so we decided on taking a little nine and I was like okay but I've got a little bit of this. How am I doing that again? So it okay. But I think if you've gone over think it is going to get quite complicated yet but it's interesting. I don't feel like we see a golf course on tour where we see more guys get more mystified on the distance. The balls go right. I mean we're watching your shot into seven on Sunday. I think it was Sunday right. Excellent we watched guys go long on that day we tell people hitting the tree and everything like that but it just seems like it's a golf course that makes you guys at. Maybe not you finished tied for third. Maybe not may be the guy to ask about this but makes people uncomfortable. A little bit does does especially. If you're not in use it you know and it's funny I think when you get to sort of the mid irons seven six eight nine. It almost takes a little bit more because at ball gets up a little bit and we spoke about We do WanNa hit the high one just account for that little bit extra orage. Because it's GonNa go that extra bit further. You just had to get comfortable with it. We see every almost every year this tournament. Guys that hit it really far succeed. And if you adjust for altitude the courses equivalent of like sixty four hundred yards doesn't play. That long doesn't play that long. But why why would long drivers succeed there? I don't know it's a good question. I just think it's a golf 'cause again at its it's similar to courses in. Johannesburg and I grew up on us. I was very even lossiemouth system applied comfortable then. I think it's a golf course. It looks really tight but take whole four for example. Huge dog laughed. If you're going to hit drave got left because it's fairly simple punch out to the green and every holes Kinda got aside like that You know eight for example you have to miss it right dog right up the hill. If you left screwed you gotTa Punch out so you know which sites here driver wherever you want to. You're going to have a chance at least punch out to the green or get it around the green somewhere seeking up and down for par. But if you're going to play conservatively and you then mess here in trouble so I think part of the reason why we love watching so much is it feels a lot like the experiment of if if the the best players in the world are GONNA play. What of course that kind of looks like our local Munich overgrown yeah and just kind of weird bunkers around the green but guys seem to love playing and obviously you've had success or whatever. What is it about that makes it so fun to play? I think it's GonNa mix of everything you've got the short hauls you've got one which is really exciting. You know Gaza him to on on the green three woods and yet dot abounds right there to the left if you miss it too exciting long-hauls like eight really good par threes seven. It's going to be one of the baseball threes we play. Oh yeah I mean after you? Great show say tree. You wouldn't have been settled. I hit the tree. Freakin covers like off of the It's a tricky one. It's got a lot of everything it gives you know Sunday. There's a lot of pens. We can use some slopes and get a close with a whole lot of exciting stuff. What's IT I mean? So Co again. We're talking about of course the you're playing plays very differently than the rest of the courses you've been in pressure situations before and but now you're playing golf course that has this weird altitude factor In a high pressure situation Sunday did that feel any different than the other high pressure situations. You've been in on Sundays now. Pretty similar of you know if I think back in Sweden last year I was more nervous on Sunday in Europe and then I was This this this last week on Saturday I was actually the drain. Hundred was all over the place and then Sunday was quite calm. Funny Enough I shot four under this adds. There's all one hundred Sunday so I think I did. Okay and do you do anything differently? At altitude you set out when you start out the week. Are You hydrating better? I believe you've had. He got hit with food poisoning. The Eagles screwed bring that on himself. Are you what do you do with food wise? Like how do you make sure you don't get hit with what hits a lot of people in Mexico You know we went to a nice restaurant in the hotel tippin. Yawkey good Japanese food. He says it was shrimp. That we all eat the shrimp. I think he went back and add something different afterwards but yeah he was out. Thursday he was went back to the Italian sleep the whole day so actually at my trainer on the bag and heated. Okay Club the club me. Bad Club on AIDS or sixteen holes. He gave you a bad club. Is it three would drive? And he's like Nana hit. The driver and I hit it laughed. I wasn't supposed to go gave him the guy but we did okay in the end. It's all good well. This is perfect timing because we tease you before. We going to do our Calloway ad for you. We're GONNA make you add Lib it but the one thing I was adjusted to ask about was the maverick three would you? Yeah what's your feedback on that? I loved it the minute I got up behind. A bowl think it sits really good. It's kind of like a classic three would for me and I'm kind of an old school guy like I don't have any persimmon clubs but I'd love to have some one day. I love a good Blade Iron. So that looks like just a classic looking through it. I like it. One of our guys is claiming that the jaws wedges mart should be illegal. They should be illegal because the grooves are so good on them and they're literally wanted me to ask you about whether what you think of the grooves on the switches. I spoke to You. Think he should have been disqualified for using illegal. I don't think so spokes Rodrick Cleveland about and he's not working for callaway at the Genesis obviously got so much knowledge and they've actually got little miniature groups in between the actual cruise. You know I didn't know that you do get a lot of spin on them. It was context as that. That was the frightening part for me. Was sometimes I would get crazy. Good Spin but what are you? That concludes the AD portion of this much of a tinker with equipment. I mean how often will you do you consider? Where do you fall in the spectrum? I guess when I probably prefer not to change obviously I think like any golf perfect. We all love getting. You couldn't love seeing the latest stuff but if something works for me I'm GONNA I'm GonNa keep it in the bag. Don't really like to change unless I see significant improvement. Yeah what. What is the feedback on the joggers? Somehow I knew this was go. Of course I can't believe I made this is Ed's is really all over the ballpark to be honest people. It's so polarized what people get so worked up about it. I'm very okay. It doesn't bother me. People either love it or absolutely hates that have gone some meshes instagram. So on lady in Lee Massachusetts says surely got enough money to go buy some property tie for the conference and then I get guys at say absolutely love it wake and I get it. So it's no middle ground extra comfortable like what is really cockney appeal of the convenient at the same time you know. I think I think they look good. Yes it's different and people probably done like that too much but what in Golf? No Way people love. The sport is so good at the time so I think I don't know I don't mind the fact that it's a little extending are just a little bit but then again I'm not a huge fan of those loudmouthed pants. That are all these different kinds of colors. Were those the two options you were. But I think I think it's. It's it's a little different it at the same time. So neat and clean well. I honestly do think it's underrated. Part of the highest levels of pro golf. That you have to wear pants eighty-five in hot is new. And it's truly not comfortable to play golf in that paints have come to. I know that sounds stupid to save. It could even looking at some of the. We're with Brad Faxon. They're looking at some of the old cotton shirts. Right Hands Right. Yeah the idea of wearing pants and eighty five degree heat. I know that there's a lot that comes with a minor thing to deal with a right but it is like when you're playing poorly in your pants and your hot Yeah new European they. They made a rule now. If it gets above a certain temperature they allow you to wish awards but I mean just make it across the board. I mean why not yes. I'm not quite sure I can only go back to something you said earlier and not feeling super nervous on Sunday. A couple of things one. I'm curious how how how to how it different from Scandinavia like you're talking about and then three like there's a lot on the line for you personally stars like where you're GonNa be playing how much you can walk up all that kind of stuff. It's a lot of questions I think about all those things. I just any other little four foot writer. That you've got going is going into the week or going into Sunday. What what are those things that are on on your mind? Music like special temporary membership and that kind of for how I it's it's in the back you mind. I'M GONNA TRY THAT. I'm trying to get my PJ to card But I mean. I've been doing this for quite a while. Now. And if that's going to be at the forefront of your mind going on Sunday you're definitely not going to be ready to go win major tournaments. You've got kind of put it in the Freezer. You know until you're done so it's not easy. Obviously wing then golf tournament was forefront of my mind throughout the whole day but if God just go do your job as well as he can so what. Walk us through kind of that that we were talking about trying to get your car right. So let's catch people up that people that are not as familiar with your career to this point and I want to go

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"rodrick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It through the last one yeah thank you women move that's Piper from Rodrick it to what women so we've got now we got a clue where is taking over as president I'm taking flare in that match up at least Rick is still alive but in that way now it's true how he's a lot is another issue we're waiting for a response from Quincy pelo CD Nancy at ten thirty sampler wears worship he spoke a little bit at ten thirty yeah but I I want I want somebody those three or four need to go away for a while together go some places do somewhere on an island somewhere and don't come back for a while I think even supporters of the Democratic Party think the same way you guys are thinking because that's why they voted for people to judge in Iowa let's be real come on in a room today thank he's got his blue jeans on so all I can say is Mitt Romney but Rachel you're like a woman uhhuh I'm looking at Iowa and it just popped up the Tom Peres who's the chair of the DNC has said he wants to read canvas Iowa and start all over again in Iowa they got me well now listen the first time was bad enough for all of us right we still don't have all the results in it's like ninety seven percent at this point what did you just get rid of the caucus and vote like everybody else no no no this is a decision that could get the food factor you gotta get him class in fourth grade life is over here Donald over there what are you doing in the middle of transitioning I'm not sure what else you're transitioning sorry so what I can say is if I had to pick somebody from that era to be the president it would not have been the trump store but I'm so happy he is Dwayne Johnson could be what would you do in twenty twenty about the end here comes the rock at the DNC in many I actually back into yeah but I bet money twelve I said he's going to run for president one day back in twenty twelve I have been proven right yet I believe the rock will in fact be president one day this can put that out there Matt save that please yes I know yours from now I might be ratified away in the archives and the time capsule ric flair right now he's making too much money to quit the I mean he just he he he gets so much money per movie he can't quit right now but one day for about three four years and one day when he's you know done with traveling and he's got the so a little small kids you know they might wanna put down roots somewhere president become the White House chaos ensues in Iowa is their chaos and I will write chaos good chaos now the kale almonds Tuesday in New Hampshire so great the end of the month in South Carolina and we got it now and I think we got another democratic debate I think pretty soon to that's that's one way for Lassie TV on what the rock to show up I would be to fall asleep so give me some sports and make it fast I can only yeah we want to thank our Ron Druce restaurant and bar the world's greatest fried chicken for your beautiful lunch today wonderful we thank Donna for bringing it down and Olga go for bringing might be for noodles they are delayed high call Olga like Queen Elizabeth the second that is correct thank you thirty eight fifty three race showed at five seven four oh two two two are they still moving to Ken would do you know no there stand right on to go to a.

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"rodrick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Maybe it's like a TV show like some actor who's a not, not a homosexual played a gay person on television, or in a movie and the opinions about it was like this is just wonderful. Look at this, this is a, a heterosexual man playing homosexual. Tom Selleck to that. But I know that who's fair Steelers day off spiel. Oh, yeah. Matthew Rodrick somebody, he played in torch song trilogy and did a fine job. I can understand why back then it was like people were happy that gay people were even being represented at all in the media, was there, the fat, whether or not it was a gay person playing a gay person was immaterial now. Well, you can't pretend to be gay you need to hire a real quote. There are plenty of real LGBT. Q models. It could have been used said, one critic of this. Well, that's probably true. But if the fact is, if you're not getting lambasted on Twitter, then you, haven't the whatever it is that you have has not yet made it. I mean you're not doing it, right. Yeah. If you're not getting experience in the comments of YouTube, then you're not doing it correctly, and this, this happens to the left and the right it's not the left or the right, that's responsible here. They're both a bunch of bad. Wedding, the MVP MB snowflakes. Yes, they think they're special, they think their opinions important, and they put it out there in the most vile and vitriolic manner. And then then you have to apologize to them. No. I don't ladies and gentlemen, your opinion stinks. Just like mine. I'm married. You can't do anything to me. I've already dead inside the toll free number here. Tonight is eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. I mean, I don't even know if Calvin kleins walk back statement is even worth sharing here. We'll take your calls and thoughts. I wanna know how they really did is just it's just a knee-jerk or what they don't appear to actually pulled down the video, because I can still access that does that mean they're not really that sorry if the video still sorry, not sorry on their YouTube channel more. Coming up here in moments, you can bring what you want here. This is free. Talk live. Protection.

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"rodrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the packing department. Things are still done by hand for now. But nevertheless, says his labour-saving Jenny is far from over. We always out in the market checking out new machinery checking improvements on the con- machine. Is that we have the machine immediately increases my prophet. You can see the cost savings coming and immediately. Mamedov told us that his competitors are doing the same thing. It's a process which needs to what Danny Rodrick has dubbed premature deindustrialization as machines to more and more semi-skilled tasks they could remove the middle rungs of the development ladder. Technology change has essentially made the Ceska later, much less attainable. We're seeing this even in countries that are relatively successful like AT opium, which has received a significant amount of manufacturing investment from China. But it's very difficult to imagine that it yoga which would in an earlier era, duplicate kind of growth pattern that the station countries. Experienced very difficult to envisage that will be able to do that in the future. Some developing countries have also focused on outsourced service jobs, like coal centers will back office administration. But these two risk. Dr Kaifu Lee was once head of Google China and now owns affirmed artificial intelligence based in Beijing. He has a deep understanding of the power of this, new technology and implications for jobs. Artificial intelligence will first displace over the next fifteen years or so routine jobs that are relatively repetitive in nature. So jobs such as people doing back office, work, paper, shuffling processing paperwork, customer service, simple kinds of research analysis. I'm sure you get the idea. Accounting, people doing a routine work such as administrative assistant any job that requires the use of our highs and years and mouth. Hey, I will surpass us in short. The developing world will need to find something new to do can this be done. Well, many commentators believe it can and that technology will actually help Benon doodoo was until recently governor of the central Bank of Tanzania. He's now academe director of the pathways to prosperity commission, which preps not surprisingly, given the coach Melinda gates aims to show that new technologies a good for development the pathways for prosperity commission is focused on changing the narrative about technology currently dominantly that to scare about robots taking over two one. In which looks at opportunities created by this new technology. What are the key policy recommendations, you would offer to low income countries to take advantage of new technologies technology now is that to have very significantly countries can participate in global value chase because technology allows face to face contact to go down the advantages of festers so to speak may actually erode over time because that is more geographically participation in those global value chance that is one one area. The second is connecting the informal sector to the formal using the service platforms and fed is to increase the value of agriculture to consider these kind of ideas, you only have to go back to Kenya. Which undeniable that some of innovation is having a positive effect. We've already seen the digital globe value chains at work at semi. So what about those service industry platforms speaks of? Well, the shining example of this the mobile phone based money transfer and finance system could impact is now. So well established in Kenya. That it's no longer even news Suzy learning co-founded more than ten years ago. She was then working for Vodafone in the UK though. She's came to point out that it's the Kenyans themselves have made it succeed. I like to think of an Pessa as being like the power station. Once you've got a way to generate electricity. Suddenly people start developing products that can be plugged into the mains. And that's exactly the way the impasse has worked over the last ten years know that there's a way to pay for things conveniently suddenly, there are a lot more things that can be paid for so far example. Nobody's the whole of Nairobi. Is lit up because so many people have got solar power units and Pessa has a load that industry grew. Similarly, Walter pumps when in Pensacola Malone, we use machine to machine technology. So those wells pump out water I certain periods of time for every payment by impera. So that's given much more widespread access to water. Through source close to anything. So we're going to a little mini shop called my Sesa. What you wanna.

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"rodrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I remember twenty years ago being here in Nairobi at the opening of the first high speed fiber optic cable it men foster incident access than London's financial district. Canary Wolff had at the time. The question is is technology, and especially automation and artificial intelligence going to allow countries like Kenya to steal a March on developmental leap ahead, or is it going to be their undoing? To understand this question. Let's look back because in a sense semi Seuss replicates past development models doing low-skilled repetitive. Tasks has been an effective rooted Vence -ment for many countries except previously was manufacturing of these kind of entry level jobs, lower skill manufacturing employ, the plentiful supply of low skilled people that developing countries usually have and so it was competitive internationally it promoted exports and earn foreign exchange and it allowed countries to become more sophisticated. Here's the renowned Harvard. Professor, Danny Rodrick all successful middle-income countries have managed to get a lot of their labor out of agriculture into more productive manufacturing. And that's how you get to be middle income and most successful high-income countries have been able to get their people into. Productive services. So these are the two critical transformations an historically these happen at stages of economic development where you are developing these alternative production possibilities I in manufacturing then in services. So you can absorb the labor that's released from the declining sectors into much more productive new sectors in a globalised world introduction of so-called. Global value chains has turbocharged this phenomenon we've seen both the manufacturing and the service sectors from wealthy countries. Outsource their production to places where labor is cheaper different places, specializing different activities and this allowed workers to get onto the skills. Escalator? A textbook example is East Asia. What worries professor Rodrick is that the latest wave of technological change means that poorer countries that have getting joy these benefits. Now once have the chance to do. So a lot of what we're seeing is technological change of the labor replacing kind at it is making easier for machines and robots and digital technologies to do the kind of work that a lot of unskilled workers do and since in low income Africa, the main resource, they have and Demane source of comparative advantage. They have in international trade is low skilled low skill intensive goods on balance. I don't think it's a very positive development for those countries. His concerns appear bone out by recent research, the World Bank estimates that in Africa. Reload of one hundred million young people will end the labor market over the next ten years, and that worldwide over sixty million new jobs or required each year. Meanwhile, the March of the. Machines is simply irresistible..

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"rodrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I remember twenty years ago being here in Nairobi at the opening of the first high speed fiber optic cable it meant foster incident access than London's financial district. Canary Wharf had at the time. The question is is technology, and especially automation and artificial intelligence going to allow countries like Kenya to steal a March on development and leap ahead. Or is it going to be their undoing? To understand this question. Let's look back because in a sense semi sauce. Replicates past development models doing low-skilled repetitive. Tasks has been an effective route to advancement for many countries except previously was manufacturing of these kind of entry level jobs, lower skill manufacturing employ, the plentiful supply of low skill people that developing countries usually have and so it was competitive internationally it promoted exports and earn foreign exchange and it allowed countries to become more sophisticated. Here's the renowned Harvard. Professor, Danny Rodrick all successful middle income countries have managed to get a lot of their labor out of agriculture into more productive manufacturing. And that's how you get to be middle income and most successful high income countries have been able to get their people into. Productive services. So these are the two critical transformations and historically these happen at stages of economic development where you are developing these alternative production possibilities I in manufacturing then in services. So you can absorb the labor that's released from the declining sectors into much more productive new sectors in our globalised world introduction of so-called. Global value chains has turbocharged this phenomenon we've seen both the manufacturing and the service sectors from wealthy countries. Outsource their production to places where labor is cheaper different places, specializing different activities and this allowed workers to get onto the skills. Escalator? A textbook example is East Asia. What worries professor Rodrick is that the latest wave of technological change means that poorer countries that haven't yet enjoyed these benefits. Now won't have the chance to do. So a lot of what we're seeing is technological change of the labor replacing kind at it is making easier for machines and robots and digital technologies to do the kind of work that a lot of unskilled workers do and since in low income Africa, the main resource, they have and to main source of comparative advantage. They have international trade is low skilled low skill intensive goods on balance. I don't think it's a very positive development for those countries. His concerns appear bone out by recent research, the World Bank estimates that in Africa alone of one hundred million young people will end the labor market over the next ten years, and that worldwide over sixty million new jobs required each year. Meanwhile, the March of the. Machines is simply irresistible..

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Patti Vasquez

07:14 min | 3 years ago

ReadyUp is Connecting the Esports and Gaming Community

"Youth sports is a fancy word for gaming, which is a fancier word for video games. But please put away your preconceived notion or stereotypes of what you think video games because the budding business is raking in millions Rodrick lamantia is a serial entrepreneur in media startups. He was part of an entertainment that was sold to news corps for six hundred fifty million dollars back in two thousand five but recently alimony has turned his attention to the east sports world. He's partnered with some of the legends and gaming to create ready up ready up as a platform that connects gamers at all levels of play alimony and ready up are betting big on east sports this past fall. They raised two million in capital tonight. A conversation about the future of sports east sports Rodrick alimony is in town for the world conference. He's my guest in studio Rodrick, thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. First of all you were at the conference. And all of it was about transforming the world. I think that the thread was blurred. Correct. You spoke at the conference. What did you tell people? Yeah. Well, we were talking about partnerships and experiences one of the things that we're doing it ready up is we've partnered with the NBA players association and one of the experiences that were in the process of executing shortly his for fans to be able to engage some of the top NBA stars who are huge gamers and essentially connect with them through through game. I can't even believe that that would be. I just flashed back to me being fifteen years old and thinking, I could play Glen Rice. Glad right. It's that's crazy. That is the future this opportunity to do all these different experiences with real people in a virtual world was interesting about the process. We connected with the MVP a in July or August of last year. And we had a really great conversation with Michelle Roberts. He's the executive director of her coach was we realize gaming wasn't gonna be the pet rock that was here to stay thinks that ninety nine percent of the basketball players play video games. And a funny story, she told us she was out with some of the night, and after dinner, she was telling them mail, you guys. Go home don't get into trouble. And she said we guy's gonna do. And they said we're going to go we're gonna do some fortnight. And she said, where's that club? Located. Fortnight leads us a good place to start because east sports has has been on the forefront of of our culture for the last couple of decades now, but fortnight has brought it to a new level. You're starting to see it permeate culture in a way that it's like you said, it's no longer the pet rocket is the rock. Do you need games? Like fortnight and experiences like that that come along to get the business of east sports into a higher level of visibility. Fortnight was great for the industry on a couple levels. One of the interesting things about fortnight was you actually saw a lot of girls and women playing it. But actually more girls I'd say at the high school level traditionally video games as being focused on, you know, males eighteen to thirty four. This was a really interesting crossover. At least in the kind of the more hardcore concerned more hardcore gaming side of the business. When you look at mobile games there. Obviously massively populated by women games like candy crush inside. But this was a game. Yeah. And what he why why what is it about fortnight from your estimated that that made it so popular. Well, you know, it was kind of the combination of Minecraft meets I came called div, which was the first really popular battle royale that kind of came more mass market the growth curve on both of these games was tremendous. I mean, literally zero to several tens of millions of users in a very short period of time. Perfect example fortnight the next game that came along Gwen called apex legends. Which is another battle royale published by EA that believe they went from zero to forty million in literally weeks as opposed to month. So it's amazing. The think about the victory right now. And you as someone who reading your background, you got your starting starting media startups. How do you get from there to east sports? I've been kind of working in startup since nineteen ninety five I was working at an ad agency on the media side. It's a really fun story. We had Microsoft is account and literally with. Public eight months before windows ninety five launch. I remember that you're old enough to remember the windows lunch was huge. They needed a an online planned back then online met getting online through or prodigy or CompuServe and no one really cared about it. And so it was hey, give it to the young twenty something year olds who care about that stuff. We're dealing with TV, and we're dealing with print, and we launched when designing five on the internet. I met Infoseek which was the first search engine to ever do putting ad banners with keywords, which Google obviously since I've absolutely perfect. That's the heart and soul of it. Now. Right. Yeah. And the crazy part was Infoseek actually recruited me became the first sales higher there that wasn't an executive. What did you learn about that experience that you keep with you several years later with ready up persevere when you're kind of on the cutting edge. I mean, literally four sixty eight by sixty ads were considered a crazy new ad unit. Which is something that we're like thinking, whatever, you know, it took time it didn't happen overnight. It took. God probably six to nine months, and you just had to persevere when you're working in startups and subsequent startups after that. And even the one ready up. Do you have to remind people around you might be new to that business that it takes time that it's not something that's an overnight flash in the pan. Even even if there is success. Absolutely. It's hard. You're the wise old man in the. Thanks for calling me. It's one of those things where it doesn't happen overnight. And you get a lot of nose into lot education after left Infoseek fortunate. We got acquired by Disney who had those back in the internet heydays when he worked at entertainment, I dot com. We were kind of more hardcore gaming focused. We weren't doing a lot of ad revenue with the video game publishers who are spending all their money in print so which just a function of time and working my ass off and suddenly boom exploded. And the long story short was we took the company private at twenty six million. And we ended up selling to News Corp for six hundred fifty million mazing, and for you to be a young entrepreneur to be in a position where you're seeing that kind of money. What does it do to you? Because you're not getting the Sixers a lot that goes into getting six hundred fifty million. But but the wind to be a startup an entrepreneur the win on on getting that cell has been huge Infosec. We went public literally within public. I don't even remember year or two had been there. I mean had gone from making eighteen thousand dollars a year living in San Francisco, which is just ridiculous. I remember go out and spend forty dollars a night. And be like, oh, man. I'm done. I'm done to working at a company that went public, and it's completely life-changing. It's very life changing. And you know, it's one of those things where you know. It's probably live arrogant when in your twenties when you've come into that sort of success. Luckily, my wife who've married to what twenty four years now this year, or I'm sorry, nineteen years this year, we together forty four and you know, she was kind of person who kept me in check so these so

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"rodrick" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"In the live mouth just wholesale propaganda. Hi, larry. Hey wonder all this controversy with Joe Biden, if you know on his full pension wandering, hands considered assault was dead weapon in law this day. And what's on here? The Passover Mr Clinton visits to low Lita Highland where fantasy field grill. Okay. Anyhow. Thank you, still love it. I just want you to know commission. The headline. Romney wants to send the first day. He's at the big banks once again, write their own rules unchanged. Y'all back in. I guess I shouldn't be surprised on my AAA as a. Triple-8 nights. They would Joe Biden larryelder dot com studio. Hillary goes the entire campaign twenty sixteen nobody ever asked her about one Rodrick allegations that a Juanita broaddrick with rate by Hillary's husband and be after two years after the alleged rape, Hillary verbally intimidated her in order for her to keep silence, not one reporter asked Hillary.

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Protecting your digital ID: tips from an expert

Talking Tech

05:25 min | 3 years ago

Protecting your digital ID: tips from an expert

"Talking tech is brought to you in part by northwestern. University offered in partnership with north Western's Feinberg school of medicine. The program prepares students for emerging opportunities across the healthcare spectrum. Details are at SPS dot northwestern dot EDU slash informatics. I'm sure you like everyone else always have questions about how to protect your digital privacy rights. We've got Rodrick Jones. He's a former Scotland Yard detective who now has his own app. Rebecca, and he's going to tell you all about some of his favourite tips on protecting your digital identity here on talking tech yet. You'd be surprised that you could get a long way with two doing two very basic things having strong passwords and using a password manager that would be a very important step. And then second in the second step as well as setting up to factual education, some of the more high profile security breaches that you've seen over the past. Three or four yards. I'm seeking bowling individuals. Say those embarrassing hacks web say full Madurai of the CIA loses control of his Twitter account that would be prevented by two factor. Authentication on strong passwords, so those two things which a really easy to consume. Now an easy for anybody to do. I would strongly recommend. Okay. People hate two factor. Authentication? I don't know. I mean, I think it's getting easier to do. And of course, security's always a trade off between convenience and risk. You know, you have to make that possible trade yourself and think now people are beginning to understand that even for example. It's talk about lengthen, your Lincoln, current should probably have some form of extra security on it. Because if you rely dude swelled on your reputation and someone hijacked that accounts. And he's able to post as you and say things that are not, you know, something you would say and really damage your reputation for that time, they have control of the account that would be devastating to lots of people and business so using to F I is is actually not about not about way to proceed how has gotten better because or easier to use I I can think of being in a foreign country where I'm trying to log in in a can't log in because I can't get a text. Right. So you got any easier. Yeah. I would say the arrival and ease of use of the authenticates our applications the ones that Google supports in the one that Microsoft supports achy changed that equation dramatically. So you all right. Yeah. Text isn't always the best way to receive those things and actually for more secure accounts. We don't recommend that. Because there is problems with phone numbers being ported in spoofed as well. So using offensive keta apps, basically is is the best way to do to an honestly, you know, I think those are pretty easy to use by following the onscreen prompts on how to set them up in which recommendation for grading a great password. You'd have password manages the future. I think you know, I think that you know, you could everyone has their own kind of scheme on how they would present a password manager, you know, it's kind of an old rhyme. I know something like that. But frankly, the best way of doing it is using a password manager because if you think about the number of pass was we have to maintain for different accounts. It's out of the control of one person to remember all of those. And so what people default to is putting them on a spreadsheet or writing them down, which of course, is tragic so password manages a really the white ago. I think do you have a favorite password manager, we do we like last pass a lot. You know, we've we've looked at that. They have pretty the bus starts security features in. We tend to recommend that. Already rodrick. Thanks for calling a remind everybody the name your app, it's Rubicon Rebecca dot com to find out more. Okay. And is there a charge for it? Yes. There is we're currently charging such nine ninety nine a month. But there's gonna definitely be deals in the future to reduce that price. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day. Thanks for listening to talking tech. You can find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, please subscribe to talking tech wherever you listen to online podcast these rate and review us as well. Pleased favored the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find us in as always. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you in part by Northwestern University. The huge amounts of healthcare data available today as well. As advances in technology are making a profound impact on healthcare. 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"rodrick" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Dot com. I'm not saying that he doesn't like white people. He has this guy is I believe a racist. Forgot he was black tonight for now we've already donated to Haiti it's cold income tax. Oh. All right. That one or one zero seven seven three five somebody's is Rodrick. This is a good idea to Rodrick Rodriguez said look, let's do this. Let's make it like a shark tank anyone with the business plan, including the cost projections, then have us decide which business to collect money for and like that that's a great idea too. Because you may have the next big vein. Technology wise. And maybe we get into it ends up becoming something really huge. And really be. So. This is this is a great idea. For people. To come together and do economics. So this is going to be assigned. Start Monday Monday is all about fixing your credit. Okay. I don't care. What's going on politically in the world? I don't care. What else is going on in the world? We are going to do strictly less fix some credit. We're going to talk about. We go talk about also how you get business credit for folks who already get I'm gonna talk about bankruptcy. I'm gonna talk about the different corporations. I'm gonna talk about even you'll foul. And if you if you marry should you be filing jointly or separately. I'm a show you all these different things. Right. Somebody just asked what about charity, of course. We're gonna do some charity. Of course, we're going to build that in it. I mean, we have to do that. Because is not just about. Us right. Like Mohammed Ali was saying me we. We have to do that. That's just a given. Because that's who we are. That's who we are. Now, one of the things I'm gonna tell you to charity thinks that just made me remember something that I want to talk about today to tomorrow on the show. It is a a black woman has an organization in Raleigh. Alpha. Oh my God. I forget the name of the street. I don't know the streets in North Carolina that will. What is this street over the newborn newborn avenue? Okay. And what she's doing is? She's getting book bags for all the kids in these.

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"rodrick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"John. Have you ever had a time when something did not go your way every day? And if you ever pushed through that and achieved some kind of great entrepreneurial success. Every day. Barely it. Sounds like it sounds like you should be on a new podcast called the brink. It's from aerial Casten and Jonathan Strickland, and they share the stories of entrepreneurs who took some bold step without really knowing if it was going to pay off or if it was going to be disastrous. Oh, so this is like a free enterprise show. It's not it's not just like that. I am constantly on the brink of total. It's personal disaster. Just about some struggling loser. It's about like Walt Disney betting his whole studio on Snow White and the seven doors via success or this is like the guy that started SRI Racha in Southern Cal. Exactly he was selling it out of the trunk of his car. And then it became an empire every week at some new story of trial and triumph along these lines. That's cool. People who didn't let adversity stop their dreams. I feel like that would be inspirational to me because I constantly let adversity stopped me in my tracks. Even earlier earlier today when I went into the refrigerator and couldn't find any pumpkin pie. I was like, that's it. If you had listened to the brink, you could have overcome. Come that kind of adversity. Listen and subscribe John to the brink at apple podcasts or on iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Many. And. This message. We are Ken Jennings, and John Rodrick we speak to you from our present, which we can only assume as your distant past the turbulent time that was the early twenty first century during the great cataclysm that will surely befall our civilization. We began this monumental reference of strange, obscure, human knowledge, these recordings represent our attempt to compile and preserve wonders esoterica that would otherwise be lost. So whether you're listening in from an advanced civilization or just reinvented the technology to decrypt our transmissions. This is our legacy to you. This is our time capsule. This is the off the bus. You have accessed and tree four seven four dot one S one zero one.

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"rodrick" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Now. It's not that. I wouldn't have made. I think meat lovers such a basic meal. But you know, obviously, they're going to spruce it up. And I turn out pretty good. But they had these cares in there. Right. You guys call roasted root vegetables. Right. You going you make a basically take some potatoes make them like cut them down the French fries. And he takes them cares. And you take these cares. And you chop them in half. And they just put a little olive oil on pepper, whatever spices thing bake them. And the cares. Cool because I didn't know this. But the care is apparently edgy bake them. Get sweet that's though level of Gary. Yes, sir. So when you know, we're not by the time, I served it. The care is actually pretty delicious. The problem is I would have never order meal where I had to chop cares and have just in general and. When I say, my new knife works guys. Oh it works. 'cause I asked him to cut my finger cut in those cares. Nobler got on anything. I clean myself. Like now, I became an adult yet to talk to yourself in adult voice psych, right, right? Rodrick? You're going to be okay. Don't panic United denying. It's interesting. Now, we're going to we're going to calm down. We're going to calmly take a look at it. Okay. I know it hurts. We're gonna see how bad it is. If you need to go to Ospital or anything and look down. And I was like, okay. He just barely it. You just cut it a little bit deeper in a paper cut going to take a few days hill. That's fine. Whereas I hate gotta get the first kit, and I liked it ought to stuff and take my finger up and finished cutting, carrots and stuff. I I realize afterwards like I should have cut the cares differently. It was my fault. Really not did they shouldn't have got cut it half. But I should've used a different technique than what I was using doing. So I was taking a knife and having over top like that long way into it yet put my hand down here to like hold it. And it was just a mistake. Slipped off of one of the cares and just thrived until my fingertip knowledge. Like oh stupid. I knew it was stupid. Immediately cares. Roll my free. But then after that, I realized I could've what I should have done afterwards. I realized was I I took took a. a serrated knife and just cut it like that. It would have just been easier rather than whereabout rolling because I needed to cut it long ways. So it wasn't like you can like the way to the recipe was I didn't want to chop it a different way. And fuck up the baking instructions and end up..

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"rodrick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"The most serial killers don't make any effort to involve media or best Gators. They're very secretive. They don't want attention. They almost want their crimes to go unnoticed, but the idea of committing a crime, and then calling up the police and bragging about it. That's a whole 'nother level of terror. A man who wore a mediaeval style executioner's hood who has a police and baffled the media. He seems to crave publicity. He sent letters and Ramsden newspapers. And the belief subject stated, I want to report a murder. No, a double murder. I did it. Here. We are fifty years to the first sodium killing in today's world, forensics old cases are being solved who doesn't wanna know. How it turns out? From the creators of Atlanta monster come season two. This is monster vizo yet killer. Listen as subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app. Many more. Yep. And. This message. We are Ken Jennings, and John Rodrick we speak to you from our present, which we can only assume as your distant past the turbulent time that was the early twenty first century during the great cataclysm that will surely befall our civilization. We began this monumental reference of strange, and obscure human knowledge, these recordings represent our attempt to compile and preserve wonders an esoterica that would otherwise be lost. So whether you're listening from an advanced civilization or have just reinvented the technology to decrypt our transmissions..

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"rodrick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That's my that's always been my rule because if you don't have the votes in your own caucus for something, you know, those thirty something people across the hall, you might wanna play nights, and the and the one thing I will say this. This is true about most legislation particularly in Indiana. Most of the votes on a lot of things like eighty three. Right. You. Megan some of the bigger more contentious issues where it's clear party line. But most of the stuff passes, no ninety eight to so all right. Let's get to some more of the juicy stuff from the state of the state. Rob KENDALL Buhl keeps you BAAs program statehouse happenings. Hate crimes, he touched on it. I really didn't feel that he was as forceful in the speech as he has been to the media is that because he's a little concerned about Rodrick Bray moving this to the rules committee in the Senate. I just I for a guy who's been pretty adamant in the media. He did not seem that way in the speech. So once again, it's it's what he wants your focus to be. And that's why the focus of this speech. Was that the teacher pay the the governor's made it clear eight billion times, but his position on no hate and bias crimes are, and you and you notice he said a couple of different things he touched on the economic say is good for business. Number two. We already have a policy at the state level. That's been you know, an executive order. You think he really believes Amazon's coming to India a hate crimes Bill because I feel like that's what he's trying to pedal to me know, what what what I am saying what what businesses we'll tell you. But.

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"rodrick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"rodrick" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"John. Have you ever had a time when something did not go your way every day? And if you ever pushed through that and achieved some kind of great entrepreneurial success. Every day. Barely it. Sounds like it sounds like you should be on a new podcast called the brink. It's from aerial Casten and Jonathan Strickland, and they share the stories of entrepreneurs who took some bold step without really knowing if it was going to pay off or if it was going to be disastrous. Oh, so this is like a free enterprise show. It's not it's not just like that. I am constantly on the brink of total. It's personal disaster. Just about some struggling loser. It's about like Walt Disney betting his whole studio on Snow White and the seven doors via success or this is like the guy that started SRI Racha in Southern Cal. Exactly he was selling it out of the trunk of his car. And then it became an empire every week at some new story of trial and triumph along these lines. That's cool. People who didn't let adversity stop their dreams. I feel like that would be inspirational to me because I constantly let adversity stopped me in my tracks. Even earlier earlier today when I went into the refrigerator and couldn't find any pumpkin pie. I was like, that's it. If you had listened to the brink, you could have overcome. Come that kind of adversity. Listen and subscribe John to the brink at apple podcasts or on iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Many. And. This message. We are Ken Jennings, and John Rodrick we speak to you from our present, which we can only assume as your distant past the turbulent time that was the early twenty first century during the great cataclysm that will surely befall our civilization. We began this monumental reference of strange, and obscure human knowledge, these recordings represent our attempt to compile and preserve wonders esoterica that would otherwise be lost. So whether you're listening in from an advanced civilization or just reinvented the technology to decrypt our transmissions..

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John Schnatter sends his love to workers. Papa John's returns to sender

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:25 sec | 4 years ago

John Schnatter sends his love to workers. Papa John's returns to sender

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Johnny Depp is apparently broke

The Tom Anderson Show

02:59 min | 4 years ago

Johnny Depp is apparently broke

"Table all right we're talking television with what he is the co host bill and wendy on wgn radio very successful program from what i read johnny depp is in the news wendy now i know this is a tv segment and you say you can't use johnny depp not segment twenty one jump street we haven't done a richard greco story in about twelve years so when i tell you i had such a tough time deciding who was hotter johnny depp or richard griego i ultimately went with i think i kind of fluctuated but i think i think johnny depp hasta 'cause where's richard greek oh now that's a good question roman wrestling is that what he's doing greco slava johnny depp is in the news because he says wendy that his six hundred and fifty million dollar fortune is almost all gone he has spent all of his money six hundred fifty million dollars as he mentioned why he looked so she could yeah and emaciated that's a good word i just saw a picture of him that was taken over the weekend any looks good again i don't know what happened he just had he's very moody in in terms of his look days he'll look movie star handsome and other days he looks like the comic strip henry does he yes he does rolling stone just did an article on the trouble with johnny depp it came out a day ago by stephen rodrick multimillion dollar lawsuits a haze of booze and hash a marriage gone very wrong and a lifestyle he can't afford that's what it is but even like all right so somebody gives you six hundred and fifty million dollars could you spend it in a couple of years i don't know how you could do that totally possible and you know he's still working yeah so it's jellies work that's where it ended and he's got his hollywood vampires with alice cooper and joe perry must make money from that we'll just residuals alone he's has johnny depp ben and twenty five movies would you say yeah you ever take a couple of days but he's the star of twenty five movies or one of the stars at twenty five movies the residual checks alone you could live very very comfortably on even if you didn't work another day ever just those checks alone you see my major league checks brigham in some four dollars and ninety cents that's more than i expected a lot of money found money i didn't know that money was coming i could do whatever i want with it well he's in this lawsuit with his former management groups so that's where he's losing all his money in lawsuits just spending it frivolously on hair products right and makeup he needs to hire somebody who understands money management like mc hammer who consider him down and say here's how you spend the money did you know he and tom petty were really close friends tom petty and johnny depp.

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Putin says he'll observe term limits preventing 2024 presidential run

Tolbert and Lund

02:29 min | 4 years ago

Putin says he'll observe term limits preventing 2024 presidential run

"Seven seventeen friday night in boston beautiful night eighty six degrees red sox back home against the braves at fenway park no score in the first inning and good evening i'm jeff brown as we head into a holiday weekend here's what's happening in the wbz newsroom a student is now in custody following a shooting at an indiana middle school that wounded a classmate and a teacher police in portland oregon arrested drivers suspected of crashing into three people on a sidewalk then leaving the scene latest details on those stories of the cbs evening news coming up at seven thirty tonight and locally cambridge hires former state supreme court chief justice rodrick ireland to conduct an independent review of the april police arrest of a harvard student in ireland tonight two major exit polls are projecting irish voters have repealed a constitutional ban on abortions the exit polls by rt television and the irish times both project a landslide victory for the yes supporters seeking to liberalize the strict abortion ban in that country if the vote is confirmed ireland's parliament will be tasked with writing new regulations on abortion russian president vladimir putin is making plans to step down from his position in six years putin says he'll respect the russian constitution which bans anyone from serving two consecutive terms as president his remarks do not come as a surprise and do not necessarily mean he will relinquish power in six years according to experts putin has stepped down as president once before it happened in two thousand eight a maryland police officer run over by a teenager and killed in the line of duty has been laid to rest houses lined the route of the funeral procession answered iron a privilege to just be a part of something like this baltimore county police officer amy caprio was killed after responding to a crime one over by jeep for teenagers have been charged in her death at her funeral maryland's governor called her death the result of a heinous crime is sorry for that young girl abc news baltimore county maryland a new jersey school bus driver charged with two counts of vehicular homicide following a crash with a dump truck on a highway last week seventysevenyearold hootie mull dro senior being held in county jail tonight following the deaths of a student and a.

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