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Leicester Leave Top 4 Door Open
"Start with one match. Friday in the premier league. A six goal. I won't call it a thriller. But a six goal match new newcastle beating leicester city four to to really the final score. Flattering lester. this was a four. Nothing in the eightieth minute. Callum wilson with a brace for newcastle's they pick up the three points what it means for. Leicester city will devastating to their top four. Hope for the win. They would have been eight points clear. Fifth instead to stay five point gap between leicester city and fifth place west ham promote we welcome in yang dolphin. Craig burley greg. i'll start with you. What happened to leicester to that. The played the not foster from particular lake aside to force. It was just a formality to get those three points against newcastle team. Improve season. yeah. They were without the experience. Johnny evans bob. That's really not an excuse. And you know some real shoddy defending probably the best scene of newcastle as a threat of season. Which doesn't say much for them and even before the lead sun. Maximum should golden causes. Michael had to make a great save. So so yeah. Newcastle deserve to get the four goals and quite frankly inch less than if you look at affects us that. The last three games horrendous fire on next week against jokes wembley that if they defend like that and play light la this jokes he said will take them apart so all of a sudden they one must at power steadier and mister rogers under a ba- pressure for the second season in a row and could blow it once again
Mark Zuckerberg Discusses the Future of VR and AR
"Since the oculus rift came out five years ago facebook continues to make steady bets on the future of our virtual interactions facebook's quest two has been more successful than previous oculus hardware and facebook's betting on ar glasses down the road. What comes next. Let's have a listen to part one of a two part interview. I conducted with mark zuckerberg to find out. I'm scott stein. Filling in for roger chain and this is your daily charge mark. I had a chance to meet you. A guess who is not quite two years about a year and a half ago at in person at oculus connect and we looked at hand tracking we talked about vr and ar and then months later The the entire world changed it. It wasn't that long after. I wanted to talk to you. Now as as a as we look at vr ar have you in five years since the oculus rift came out. Where do you see the arnuhar for you. Now versus what it was even in two thousand nineteen f- things significantly changed or are there things that you wish were here. But still aren't yeah. I mean. I think it's an incredibly exciting time for this. It's pretty amazing. To see how a lot of the aspects of the original vision in what we hoped would play out here are starting to fall into place. And i'm still a long term journey right in in there still Needs to get down over the next five plus years to to really deliver all the experiences that we want But there are a lot of awesome pieces that are coming into place Excited to to chance to talk about those today at the same time. You're right that with the with the pandemic and more people shifting towards being more remote more of the time. I think that that's just put even more importance on building technologies that give us a sense of
Mark Zuckerberg Discusses the Future of VR and AR, Part 2
"This is part two of a special two part episode conversation. With facebook's mark zuckerberg about vr and ar in the second half of our conversation. We discuss social media and how vr could evolve what facebook becomes as well as where kids fit into the picture with oculus quest and how facebook could the integrating into its remote work plans. I'm scott stein filling in for roger chang and this is your daily charge speak social because i think about that too you. Just launched a revamped version of social avatars. Horizon is kind of seems like facebook's metaverse Is keeps approaching Have you been spending time inside of. I've had two demos in horizon over the past couple of years. But i was curious if you're spending time in there and and what you might be doing in it and whether that might be heading towards a launch. It's this is a big project for us. 'cause there needs to be a social fabric that goes across these different all of the different layers of virtual reality. And that's where we hope to do with horizon. So part of it is building in the environment where we're digital creators can create worlds. And you can hang out with your friends Part of it is. We're building out this avatar system that is going to get increasingly expressive on the one hand and then if you want also realistic although i i think that everyone wants to be exactly realistic over the time so you want to offer both expressive and realistic. They're all these different services of this But basically that's a big part of what we wanna do around or at horizon also spans. You're not just it's not just social use his. it's not just gaming. I think it's also going to be work in collaboration productivity. If that's a big thing that we focused
Aaron Rodgers Confirms Rift With Packers in off-Camera Discussion With Mike Tirico
"To NBC Sports Mike to Rico that there is a rift between him and the Packers management. Rogers a V I P guest at the Kentucky Derby today. Packers President Mark Murphy, those saying the team has been working to resolve any conflicts over the past several months and remains committed to have Roger's play for Green Bay next season and beyond. Red flag
Apple, Epic Games' Antitrust Trial to Begin Monday
"Of apple versus epic games. We've been talking about it. All year finally begins monday monday. Monday third presided over by judge. Yvonne gonzalez rogers of the united states district court for the northern district of california. The case was brought by epoch after it tried to offer an alternative way of paying for in game purchases in fortnight earlier this year apple removed the game from the app store. The case will evaluate whether the sherman act's definition of a monopoly in the united states applies to an operating systems app store. Epic would like the right to offer. Its own app store on us as well as also be able to offer alternative payment methods within its apps distributed through. Apple's app store if epic. Were to win this case that would lead developers offer their own in app payment systems and possibly force apple to allow side loaded apps or even alternative app stores now in the case. Here's some of the arguments to be on the lookout for apple's going to argue that competition is and should be among devices not within the os and apple's going to argue that. The app store is an integral part of its operating system and that changing that would make the device worse which is not the aim of antitrust law and that making it offer alternate app stores would be like forcing it to sell iphones with chips other than its own a series or something like that epochs going to point to the mac which has an app store but also allows for other ways of buying and selling software and say. Why is it so integral on the phone and not integral on your laptop. Apple's going to point to game consoles like the playstation and the xbox which have a thirty percent commission and don't offer alternate stores and say that's the industry standard. We're just doing what they do.
How to Create an Environment for Self Growth
"I started reading all of these things that i love to read about. Theory of counseling and theory of indifferent theories about how we as humans develop and strive and work through our stuff in life and combine that with what. I'm hearing a lot of when i'm working with my clients at any given time in for the last week one word has been coming up over and over again and that's acceptance so in doing my digging. This morning i was reminded of this. From carl rogers while he agrees mainly agrees with the basic assumption of maslo. You might remember. Maslow's has this hierarchy of needs that old triangle. We learned when we were in grade school. Probably there are certain means that we as humans have to get met before we can reach something called self actualization the needs maslo included in his hierarchy from the bottom to the top are psychological safety love and belonging esteem and then this self actualization and what this means is that we as people. Human beings need relational support before we can develop in this fullness of self esteem. Carl rogers takes it a bit further. He added that for a person to actually grow. We need an environment that provides us with genuineness openness in self disclosure acceptance being seen with this unconditional positive regard and empathy. Being listened to and understood
7-Year-Old Girl Killed, Father Shot While Sitting at Mcdonald’s Drive-Thru
"Chicago teenager is facing a murder charge. Following a deadly shooting at a mcdonald's that left a seven year old girl. Dad and her father seriously hurt eighteen hundred mary. Ann lewis now facing more than a dozen felony charges in the death of seven-year-old jason adams chicago police shot lewis on thursday. Police say louis crashed a vehicle then attempted to carjack a family has officers tried to arrest him young. Jason was shot and killed last sunday while inside a west side. Mcdonald's drive-thru with her dad. Reporter nate rogers with fox. Thirty two police haven't said the role. They believe lewis played in last. Sunday's shooting other suspects are being sought.
Alex Smith Healed Enough to Walk Away
"Who's off the clock. What was gonna The happen. former So this NFL is it at Radio quarterback City Music Alex Hall. Mike Smith, and I are What sitting an incredible down. career We're What a sitting remarkable just a regular journey. seats He like like if leaves anyone's the game. ever been to radio city, it's literally As the like reigning seeds. You might be sitting NFL in tow watch comeback content, player and of the year, which we're is fitting just sitting there for and the we've way got a crew that of he about handled four himself or five coming people back and the from an injury charges that required taking 17 like surgeries And the Giants take on rivers his leg at and four. not only was career And threatening. they're all of a sudden There's this But it commotion was in the life corner threatening. of the stage, and it's not And quite yet he clear managed not only to come what's back, happening. but to But play you can tell something toe lead is going Washington on. the And playoffs like a little bit of to a murmur cap goes what up is in the room. really But again, this been is an incredible pre Twitter. career. Think about Free this. anything like that. So Alex no one Smith really knows was what's happening the is I didn't know number what Saturday one overall we pick had a producer in the 2005 named Dave, draft that I remember who very well. was a large It was a draft fellow. that many I mean, people thought big Aaron Rodgers And he stands Would be the number up one overall directly pick. And then somewhere in front of along me. the way, as Because it sometimes he's trying to see happens what's going about on. a week out of I'm the NFL sitting draft, one row behind the him 40 Niners with headsets. thinking changed The court and somehow is not long they shifted. enough for me to stand Amanda up so Rogers, I can't who stand would have up got to so stay I in can't the Bay see Area where And he I'm played trying college desperately football to Alex to Smith, get who his was a attention great pro, A to great say, pro get the for hell the 40 out of Niners my way, because and Alex I'm trying Smith to see mentor. what's Think going about on this on mentor. the stage at their tag. Colin Lee booze Cabernet up Beverly's and then talking moved to on someone to Kansas I can't City, cook. where he meant And toward so Patrick that Mahomes. whole thing For happened one year. and I didn't And to see this day, any of Patrick it. Mahomes There was credits a Aldous Alex mayhem. Smith I've was now a lot subsequently of the growth that seen he it had on TV, during You his know in rookie the replays, year. and you see And all I think the stuff everybody that's going who knows on. Alex And Smith Eli knows is standing up there what wearing a great a different coach hat, he would be and all if this you ever is decide happening, and to go I did into that, not But see the problem any is of he's it made well over $150 because the producer million named during the Dave course stood of his career. in front Why of me would and blocked you wanna work my view of Coach it literally is ours. the entire time. That When you've got is the my fortune, most Ugo my most vivid and the family, memory Ugo of hosting the 2004 and Alex Smith draft. deserves And that was at a the happy moment retirement that Eli Manning with became whatever a New York giant. it is Correct. that he wants I missed to do, it, including Eli being Manning, a and guest not on the Adam only Schefter did I podcast miss it, at but some subsequently point time, the we entire hope to audience get him listening on and speak to ESPN to him radio, and Mr get his thoughts because on his future I didn't at some say point, it, all but right
GOP Senators Unveil $568 Billion Infrastructure Plan
"By President Biden, who calls his Ah jobs plan with broader priorities. What is infrastructure Its highways, bridges. It's water and wastewater, its ports and rail airports. And certainly we're all agreed that broadband is part of Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker says the GOP plan calls for $568 billion over five years without needing additional taxes to pay for it. The president has said he's prepared to compromise but won't accept. In action I hearing on policing in the U. S Senate but focusing on how
What to Expect at Apple's 'Spring Loaded' Event
"Going to have an event there their spring event the call it spring loaded which you know i mean you can spend a little too much energy reading apples tea leaves. They don't tell you anything but implies that it's going to be a big event it's loaded right with stuff hard to know exactly what apple is going to announce You we get some leaks from the what they call the supply chain that the people who manufacture it mostly in china. It's hard to control those leaks for apple. Apple's pretty good at keeping its employees from telling anybody anything but You know the factory workers in china they're low paid. It's probably not too hard to get them to you. Know leak out information. So the supply chain has some information for instance We're pretty sure. The rumor mill. We not me. i don't know anything. The rumor mill is pretty. Sure there'll be a new ipad but it'll be the high anti has the ipad pro and they're kind of do a year old now. I actually love the ipad pro. It's expensive it's as expensive as a laptop computer so it's really buying a laptop once you had the keyboard and the track pad and the you know it. It's really buying a laptop with A more of a i o s like operating system so it kinda depends on what you prefer. It's a simpler operating system. If you're used to desktop computing might feel a little constricted but on the other hand. Simpler is easier to use for people like roger. It's really a or anybody who doesn't want to be a computer whiz. It's always a good choice. The ipad pro. We think we'll have a new screen technology that apple is going to be embracing across all its ipads and laptops called many led and really. It's an lcd screen. Just like they've been using but with a better backlight system little tiny. Led's across the whole back so it's got full array local dimming. The technology they talk about. Which gives you better contrast ratio. Because you really a better picture
Justice Department Sues Roger Stone Over $2M in Unpaid Taxes
"The federal government is taking an ally of former President Trump to court over unpaid taxes. The justice farming filed the lawsuit on Friday against Roger Stone, accusing him and his wife of owing nearly $2 million in income taxes. The lawsuit alleges a couple used a corporate entity they controlled to find a lavish lifestyle despite owing money. Stone was convicted in 2019 is part of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. But received a pardon from then President Trump in
Handling Behavior Triggers
"If you have certain behavior triggers. And i'm talking about pretty much from people that really set you off thinking about this. You know. every time. I written a congress person. I always get a former back no matter what subject. I'm talking about so. I know not really looking at it. But that means they're not really putting energy into it either and behavior triggers rob your energy. They change how you respond to things. So maybe grabbed two or three of the top behavior triggers. That really set you off and have this form letter actually write it down and then have it in your head so when that happens you automatically know how to respond number one and number two not to give it more energy than it deserves and robs your time. Roger day rob's your mental mindset so create that form letter and stop letting triggers guide your
Iconic Theaters in California to Close Over Pandemic Losses
"The pandemic has cost us a lot, but the hope that someday post vaccine we would return to our favorite places that hope has carried us through the hardest parts of these last 13 months. Well. News came this week that the iconic Arclight cinema and 58 year old Cinerama Dome in Hollywood would not be reopening post pandemic. In fact, the owners of ArcLight Cinemas and Pacific Theater said none of their locations would be reopening. Post Cove it. That's right. No more ArcLight caramel corn or movie pore size glasses of wine. Joining me to remember these theaters, particularly the iconic Hollywood location is Christy Lemire. She writes for Roger ebert dot com and Who hosts the podcast breakfast all day, and she's our regular one of our regular and most beloved film critics on Fridays. Hi, Christie. Hello, my friend. What a sad day it is. I know, And we have all spent so many glorious hours at the arc lights, especially the one in Hollywood. Talk about many, and yeah, from your perspective. So it's funny when you're a film critic, especially if you're a freelancer like so many of us are like you don't have an office, right? You watch movies at your house or you right at your house, and so going to the Arc light on a Monday night to see a big studio release, and all your fellow critics were there, and there's a buzz in the audience as people who love film You know, it's It's like going to your favorite office but also your favorite watering hole and there's such a great energy the minute you walked into that lobby with just the job. Soaring feelings and the huge marquee with all the times and the big clock, and you felt like you were walking into a cathedral of swords. And yet there's also a very intimate sense of community because you could go and have a bye deep beforehand or have a glass of wine afterward and talking about what you have just seen
Blackout Hits Iran Nuclear Site in What Appears to Be Israeli Sabotage
"To curb. Iran's nuclear ambitions just got a lot harder on saturday. The country announced that it had restarted advanced centrifuges for uranium enrichment at its natanz nuclear facility by sunday and apparent of sabotage took out the sites power grinding to a halt. Iran has blamed the attack on israel which has made no official comment. Israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu emphasized his country's opposition to iran's nuclear program on is never given up its quest for nuclear weapons and the missiles to deliver them and iran consistently consistently outrageously calls for israel's relation and word towards that goal the nuclear deal known as the joint comprehensive plan of action or. Jcp is an international agreement. Signed in two thousand fifteen in which iran agreed to limit it stocks and enrichment fuel president donald trump took america out of the deal in two thousand eighteen and talks for reentry began in vienna last week but the escalating tensions between iran and israel have made that far trickier. It's not even clear. If tomorrow's talks will proceed. The attack seems to have been the result of an explosive device that was probably smuggled into the natanz plant most likely detonated remotely when they took out the electrical systems and cause some of these centrifuges to fail. Roger mcshane is are middle east editor. The exact details are unclear. But i think what we can be pretty sure about is that israel was behind the attack. And that's because it's not being coy about. It has officials out there who were speaking to reporters off the record of course but they are talking pretty openly about their role in
Protests Flare After Police Kill Black Man During a Trafic Stop
"But Chris Foster protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota outside Minneapolis or the police shooting death of a 20 year old black man during a traffic stop. We saw rocks and other objects thrown at the police department. There were reports of shots fired in the area of the police department, State Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington. Police say the suspect had a warrant out for his arrest and was shot getting back in the car to drive off. President Biden meets with members of Congress today from both parties about his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Mississippi Republican Senator Roger Wicker balked at the price tag on ABC is this week way to have for me, Transportation Secretary P Buddha judge said on Fox News Sunday. We don't have a lot of work to do to persuade the American people that U. S infrastructure needs major improvement. The White House has really state by state numbers outlining the dire shape of roads, bridges, the power grid and affordable housing boxes. Time to J powers. Americans listening to Fox News. Going gorgeous. Yes, Tom. So you deal when
Ecuador Goes With Conservative Banker in Presidential Vote
"Conservative former banker Guillermo Lasso has declared victory in Ecuador's presidential election. After winning more than 50% of the vote, his rival and restaurants congratulated him. Nicholas Roger has more get more. Lasso told his followers in the city of God to kill that he accepted the challenge of governing Ecuador, calling Sunday's vote historic and saying Ecuadoreans had expressed the need for change. He won't have a niece time running the country at least not in the first few months of his four year term. Ecuador has been hit badly by the pandemic on the fall in oil prices, the country's main export For the time being, though his followers came out the streets to celebrate.
"roger" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Hear that ding ding. It's the neighborhood trolley. Making its way back from king. Friday's castle to the neighborhood of make believe it's here to deliver a message to all of you about the man known as mister rogers fred. Mcfeely rogers was born on march twentieth. Nineteen twenty eight and latrobe pennsylvania. His father's name was james and his mother nancy. His love of music started early in his life as he began to play the piano. The eighty five before we going further. I know that you're all dying. The know about fred's middle name mcfeely. Yes that's actually. His middle name. Mcfeely was his grandfather's last name. Fred brooks mcfeely. Fred's grandfather was a local entrepreneur. And the man that they named fred fred's grandfather was a local businessman and the man that they named fred after now that we have that interesting fact out of the way. Let's learn some more things about mr childhood wasn't the easiest time for the man who become known as one of the nicest happiest men on tv. He was very shy and overweight. He spent a lot of time stuck at home suffering from bouts of asthma. Fred was picked on a lot as a child because of his weight and some kids even called him mean names. Fred had a very lonely childhood which forced him to make up imaginary friends. He spent a lot of time playing alone with his toys in his bedroom. Making up imaginary world for them to explore in highschool. Fred finally overcame his shyness and made a couple of good friends. He served as president of the student council. He was also a member of the national honor. Society and editor of the school yearbook. Fred got into television because he hated the shows that were on. Tv an an interview. He said i went into television. Because i hated it so much. And i thought there's some way of using this fabulous instrument to nurture those who would watch and listen. His first job in the tv business was working for nbc in new york. As a florida actor on several shows fred worked for nbc until nineteen sixty three. When he moved back to pittsburgh there he took a job as a program developer at the public television station w. q. e. d. together with josie carey. He developed a children's show called the children's corner while josie was the host of the show. Fred made puppets characters and music. Many of the puppets and characters that he developed for the children's corner were used on his later shows. It was well working on the children's corner that fred became an ordained minister rather than become a pastor. He turned his focus to ministering to children and their families through television he would appear before church officials regularly to keep up his ordination and it was during this time that he met margaret mcfarland margaret. Became his key. Adviser collaborator and child education guru. Most of fred's appreciation for children came from his work with margaret and later margaret helped mister rogers neighborhood scripts and songs for thirty years. The original mr rogers show ran from nineteen sixty three to nineteen sixty seven on the cbc in toronto the original. Mr rogers show ran from nineteen sixty three to nineteen sixty seven. It was a black and white fifteen minute long show and was the first time that fred appeared on tv. As mr rogers in nineteen sixty seven. Fred headed back home to pittsburgh with his wife and two young sons in nineteen sixty eight. The real magic happened. Fred began filming the show. Mister rogers neighborhood. Mr rogers filmed eight hundred and ninety five magical between nineteen sixty eight and two thousand and one. Oh can you hear it. i hear it. The show's about to start. It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood. A beautiful day for a neighbor. Would you be mine. could you be mine. Won't you be my neighbor. Every show started this way. Mr rogers would sing this song greeting everyone. While changing from his jacket to a sweater and his dress shoes to sneakers he was now ready for the show's adventure to begin. He always welcomed everyone with open arms into his world. He would share stories of make believe he took everyone on amazing journeys outside his home to see how different things worked in the world but most of all he taught many lessons about life. The show ran the same way for the entire time. It was on the air. Mr rogers would introduce the show's theme. Then he'd leave his home to visit another location. He would let everyone see how different things were made or built once he finished his visit. Mr rogers left and returned home. Now we knew it was time to visit the neighborhood of make believe mr rogers headed to the window seat by the trolley track and tells the viewers about the story. They were about to see as the trolley comes out. The camera follows it down a tunnel into the back wall of the house as it enters the neighborhood of make believe each story and lesson would take place over a week's worth of episodes each involved puppets and human characters. The end of the visit occurred when the trolley returned to the same tunnel. From which it emerged reappearing. And mr rogers home. Mister rogers always had the last talk with viewers before the ending of the episode. Unlike the show sesame street which focused on teaching kids numbers and letters. Mr rogers show focused on things like developing feelings and having good morals there was no other show quite like it in nineteen sixty nine. Fred went before the. Us senate to help get more money for pbs. Their tv station. Fred wasn't well known but he had the ability to be very convincing. He was able to connect emotionally with everyone he spoke to his words helped get money for the television station. For many years afterward it was also considered some of the most powerful words spoken before congress and nineteen seventy president. Nixon appointed rogers chair of the white house conference on children and youth. Not bad for a guy who was so shy as a child that he only played with toys now. He was using his talents to not only help children everywhere but also to make sure the tv station had enough money to keep making mister rogers neighborhood for years to come over the years. Mr rogers did many interviews and over one hundred fifty speeches to college graduates. His speeches were all about children. Television education has views on making the world a better place and how he never wanted to stop learning. The mister rogers always spoke with a soft voice. Everyone always listen to what he had to say. During some he would ask the audience to be silent. He asked them to think about someone in their lives. Who helped them. This is something. Fred always encouraged. He always appreciated others for what they've done. Mr rogers won a lifetime. Achievement emmy award and nineteen ninety seven. He was inducted into the television hall of fame in nineteen ninety nine. Have you heard of the show daniel. Tiger's neighborhood this kid's tv show is based on characters from mister rogers neighborhood. We can all learn something very important for mr rogers. Even though he started out shy and unhappy as a child he didn't let that stop him from having a big impact on the world around him. He focused his life on helping. Children grow and learning to be the best they could be. He taught kindness compassion and caring to everyone he ever met. Mr rogers treated everyone like they were his friend and neighbour and only asked the same in return. The world would be a much better place. If more people had the same attitude each day please be kind of a stranger and do something nice for your friends and family. Even these simple acts of kindness can make a big impact on the world. Love and happiness are contagious. As mr rogers once said all of us at some time or other needs help whether we're giving receiving help each one of us has something valuable to bring to this world. That's one of the things that connects us as neighbors in our own way. Each one of us is a giver and receiver. Thanks for listening to this episode about fred. Rogers be sure to tune in next monday for a new episode..
Teen fatally shot near Sims Bayou in Houston
"Roger Stern Fox News Last night, a 17 year old boy was shot to death during an argument outside this Houston home. Police say there were several people in front of the house. And sometime during the argument, the suspect fired several shots of the victim, says HPD Lieutenant Larry Krosen. There seems to be a lot of people hanging around along the streets, so hopefully some of them will give us
T-Mobiles Home Internet is live for all
"There the have the cheapskate himself. Rick broida on once again. Welcome rick thank you. Roger always to be here so we had you back on. We had you on in february to discuss your early impressions of t. mobile's internet service. Which runs on his forty five network. Can i know you talked about some hiccups. It was generally decent so now that you've had this extended time with it. What's the verdict verdict is thumbs up actually very happy to discover that at least for me at least for now t mobile home internet has been working reliably and quickly. And if i sound weird about it. It's just because i i almost didn't expect it to. You know i kind of like okay. Works but then there's going to be traffic or there's going to be congestion and it's just gonna stop working well on whatever and it's actually been quite good very happy and has has anything about the experienced trial of the last six weeks to get better worse or was it. Was it largely the same so things were a little rock. You're at the start because you know gateway placement where you put the thing in. Your house is actually very important. And so the first couple of places. I tried it i Connectivity my my speeds were kind of all over the place and since then i've found that the perfect spot is on the second floor of my house near a window and kind of pointed in the direction of where i think the towers are and since then my speeds been great. My you know. Everything's been fairly consistent. So that's the big tip. I wanna give people who are trying. The service is to make sure you experiment with where the gateway goes because it really can make a big difference got an i want to talk about speeds for sure but before we get to that a big deal a big change since we talked t mobile to six dollars a month from fifty dollars a
"roger" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind
"I it's i had on my mind. Legendary journalist roger mudd. He spent nearly twenty years covering politics in marching jin for cbs news and later briefly took over as anchor at nbc. He made his mark with special reports on watergate several rights movement and vietnam with an interview with edward kennedy that dan's senators head for the white house. Roger mudd was my dear friend. He died earlier this month at eight ninety three.
"roger" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Mean that it cannot be misused or political purposes. Now i realize there are other people who are culpable on the events of january six. I know nothing about it but the left wing fringe news media. Plays this game and it is not right. I i think you have to fix the internet century. Then you have to. You have to go in and systematically reform election laws eight by state so that they're fair and transparent and trackable paper abor trails are rebellious and this is something. Democrats did very effectively in terms of going to states and loosening a laws to their advantage. Very smart strategy. I think the people at the republican national committee must've been i dunno asleep you You do believe that. The election was fraudulent in other words. Like we've been told you can't say that but you believe this and others. It's not as though you don't know and you're just throwing this out enough kit. Here's what i what i'm saying. I have seen overwhelming and compelling evidence that would make that case. I would like to see that in some forum the courts. That's good enough for me legislatures. That's good enough for me but at least to be examined if at the end of that we determined that joe biden getting fact illegally win. Then they'll be no dispute about the legitimacy of his presence on the other hand. I was a realist. I understood that former vice president biden would be sworn in on january twenty. I understood the president would leave. Washington go to florida of you know. I understand the constitution if we do those two things if we if we fix the internet censorship problem which can be picks And if we end if we fix our state election laws so that they're very transparent now step four would be to clean house in republican party and get rid of those feckless turds. He won't stand up for the greatest president since abraham lincoln. Now when you stay feckless turds. You don't mean the word checklists because a lot of people are going to check to that. We're gonna be right back. I'm using rutter non. George said we're gonna know 'cause We're gonna be right back with you. And i'd like to. I'd like to imitate that that phrase. It's very very correct. We'll be right back. Ladies and gentlemen roger stone's my guest drown your sorrows to.
"roger" Discussed on Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut
"The word legendary is overused but in the case of roger corman. It's well deserved. Roger trained as an engineer at stanford but after four days on the job. He quit to make movies. He began producing and directing low budget. Independent films are getting the underserved teen market. What is films lacked in production value. They made up for imagination. And as roger famously declared he never lost a dime on a picture and he made a lot of them. From nineteen fifty. Five to nineteen seventy-one. He directed over fifty films. Everything from monster. Movies to biker. Pictures to his famous adaptations. The works of edgar allan poe. He focused on producing and film distribution launching the careers of some of the biggest names in hollywood including francis ford coppola jonathan demme joe dante and bringing films by autour like david cronenberg. Ingmar bergman federico fellini to america. Rogers sat down with history of harsh showrunner. Kurt sanga to talk about his remarkable career. You started off directing and producing low budget films in the nineteen fifties <hes>. How did you deal with the limitations. Faced the early films. I directed i was beginning to director with short schedule and i did what i could. I absorbed films saying. I use certain camera techniques that i've seen before and invented some myself. Now i'm not certain. I really invented them just that i had never seen them in other films. They may not have been as original as i thought. Nine fifty seven directed something like nine films <hes>. Including tack of the crab monsters personal favourite <hes>. Fm didn't have a lot of production values. But it was packed. Full of interesting ideas. A what are your memories of that film. Well i remember specifically said didn't have very much money and i remember exactly. The crab monster cost twelve hundred dollars and it was paper my shea but it was very big and it looked pretty good but we were shooting at on the rocks at cabrillo beach and the waves were hitting up against the monster and i could see the waves. Were destroying the back of the monster. So i had to shoot as fast as i possibly could and from only certain angles not to let the audience see that. The vaster was being destroyed. Well we shotted speaking monsters. Tell me about the monster from it. Conquered the world well. The monster from saturn was based upon my studies at the university where i studied physics and i tried within the fantastic world of science fiction to be as logical as possible and i realized a giant planet like saturn would have heavy gravity so therefore a giraffe could not exist but a turtle could because it was close to the ground and would be able to handle the gravity so i had the monster built all about the height of my hand here and thus say was physically correct for the planet saturn. I was having coffee as they were setting up the first shot and beverly garland very hip. Young actress came up to the monster and she looked and she noticed that i was watching her
"roger" Discussed on RPM45
"Most importantly roger refers to dave a lot. Dave is dave everett also known as lonesome dave who is with roger and savoy brown before they founded fog hat and even before that roger also talks about albert grossman. He was a legendary manager of such artists. As bob dylan and janice joplin among other luminaries. And he founded bears phil records which was the record label that had great success with cat and vice versa. So now you're up to date. Here's our talk with roger earl. What a beautiful day. Where are you. i'm in michigan. Where my favorite states. I love guy in there. Where are you. I'm out on long island on the no shows Jefferson but a beautiful diet. I mean sounds coming up at the leaves are starting to float down as gold is golden. Sees this beautiful. Yeah same here. it's good to be alive. Good to be alive. Well that's what you strike me as kind of a guy. I've watched you a little bit on youtube and stuff you strike me as someone who really is has a great attitude and just to be alive and yeah but you know. I'm probably one of those fortunate few in this That you're really enjoy an have a fantastic girlfriend I have a beautiful wife and my manager is absolutely unbelievable. I'm suspecting since she's there that these are all the same person correct yes and she has a new york accent. Fucking new york i. She was jazzy. Go briefly but yeah new york. Oh well you know where. I where i come from here in the mid west jersey new york. But we can't tell. Actually i'm a i'm an island. I've lived here since nineteen seventy see. I moved here in seventy three seventy four somewhere. Seventy-three that long ago how doing this. I've encountered a number of artists from out of the country. Who have moved here. You're from england. Obviously london with london. Okay why why do so. Many artists make their residents here. You think selana music blues jazz rock and roll country and western gospel music..
"roger" Discussed on RunPod
"He won the world championships in one thousand nine hundred one with reverend john regis chris accuracy and then won the world. Championships fuse with you and thomas. Richardson and jamie baulch Those relationships those relationships it's alive so the medal isn't quite as important as those relationships whereas the individual silver medal at the olympics which was my greatest achievement behind. Michael johnson is the most important metal. I mean that means that means the world to me now. The olympic medal was the pinnacle for me. That was you going for years. Well individuals totally totally totally and the only other person who shared that moment with me was funny. Enough words michael johnson and we have a bond and we have a bond which we have and we'll have forever because of that shared experience and we often talk about that too. I find fascinating i mean. Obviously you have these incredible moments. You have my parents they. They were atlanta. They saw you. They were my mom was saying that she's gonna look forward to us. She hasn't lovely. And i told her i was talking to vote. Guess she's she said she was. Actually they were really close in the grand scheme of things and they were they remember that moment very well but i mean you look back all these amazing achievements and astonishing to think. Actually it might not have happened. Because is it true you have you said you had a heart condition. Yes so when i was eleven had my change schools and had a school medical and they heard something in my heart and it turns out. I have a an income. I have a leaking heart valve. So i have one valve. Doesn't work properly so the alarm bells rang and since then the last would be looking at now forty three years. I'm on my fourth consultant. Now i have. My heart looked at every year and have had it of to every year i have. It's a very strange thing. Because i have chronic heart disease and that's weird because i'm fine but i have. It's i do do all. I can to help heart charities british heart foundation heart valve charities a very strange on the. I'm one of the lucky ones because it affects different people in different ways. What it meant was is that for the first year at school. I always the fastest kid at school. Although i was good at sport i wasn't allowed to do compared to sports. And then i was. I was always monitored. Maybe it's one of the reasons. I didn't take athletics until i left school eighteen. I i didn't do. I was fast. I was a fast kit. But i didn't. I didn't really want to do. I didn't ever think of going to the olympics. I didn't think of doing athletics as as a career. But maybe maybe that was knowing that the the condition i had but but it clearly didn't affect me. I was very lucky. I was monitored all the time. I kept it quite private chris academe she knew about it and my coach knew bassett where we didn't really talk about acid publicly and it was never a problem. I had a scare once during my career but it was. It was a false alarm but at fifty four and much more aware. Of if i'm honest so that's why when i say that for me..
"roger" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"This is the title of a book by Roger Deportable Paradise. He's a trinidadian poet who lives between trend and London, and so his book and pays attention to 'em Trinidad which is always with him, but as well as being black British though book is a phenomenally contemporary one. Honoring the struggle to survive in the face of institutional racism and classism in Britain on it's a book that honors family with tenderness and book about art and the importance and value of art, and there is reference to place place a great nurture as well as then place as a place of threat and I loved that this final poem, the title point seems to gather all of those themes together. The book is along reflection on Paradise and the word is such. An interesting word paradise comes into Latin and Greek and English through early Iranian language Avas Stan, which is the language of the Scriptures of Zoroastrianism, and it means an enclosed garden, and so I suppose often in English you think of Paradise Speaking of the Garden of Paradise Aiden and John Milton's epic poem called Paradise, Lost About Adam, and eve losing or being expelled from Eden Or. People might think about Paradise Heaven as well. Put Roger Robinson's paradise one that's firmly located in the here, and now it's located in the shell in your pocket or in the Piney sent in your handkerchief or the anthem you in your ears it's not about hereafter it's about here and I think that is part of the political protest over because in here that the speaker of the poem lives in there are people who want to steal your paradise. They can't steelers the grandmother is hoping, but they want to, and clearly in this poem, there are wounds and sustained wounds and injuries and deaths that can come from your paradise being stolen. I see the word concealed there I think of headlines where in London, there might be references to young people of color carrying a concealed weapon and I think he is deliberately taking this idea of concealed and talking about what do you conceal because other people will deny it and threatening other powers well, and people who say that they're the law keepers and threaten you with being perceived as the law breaker and I think ultimately he's saying that your paradise is equality of life.
"roger" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Joining me now first class Father Roger Matthews welcomes, first fatherhood thanks for having me boys. Are Let's talk just like this. How many kids do you have and how old are they? To have what they call rich Man's family one boy one girl there there about two years apart my my little guys four, my daughter turns six and July. Okay awesome. Did you get involved in any kind of sports or activities yet? They're just starting to get their. You know they're four and six Malani hasn't loved for cheerleading gymnastic. So she's enrolled in gymnastics Grayson. You know he's only four he's a little young but frankie says next year we're going to get him into. Wrestling so. I would imagine. So yeah. In baseball you know. So little little less degree getting injured in baseball I think. He F.. Sure. If you could Roger Police you're minute here to hit my listeners would a little bit about your background and what you do Sure I mean most people get to know me. It's ten years ago now to the past, but most of your viewers will hurt me from a little cable show called Jersey Show on MTV I was married for a while to to Jenny were separated now but it's all good. It's all love were co-parenting well. Yeah, we're we're we're parents and greater. Good must prevail and we do the best. We can for two young children now. So yeah. Yeah. Very well said. So how old were you then Roger When you first became a dad and had to becoming a father Kinda change your perspective on life. I got a late starman much later than most I. Add my first. My daughter was born when I was thirty nine. So got a really star but I believe that you know everything happens for a reason. I, think there's advantages to both any. There's a lot of advantages to starting young. Obviously, you have youth on your side you can sort of be that young energetic parent and but. Sometimes you sacrifice being financially stable in those cases a lot of time. So I think for for my scenario January was ten years younger than me. So I was thirty nine, she was twenty nine. So it it worked out we both financially stable. We're both in in a good place in. Thirty nine when I had my first and forty one when Grayson was born. So then I got the old snippy Russo I'm done. To us. Well. Obviously, you mentioned you guys went through divorce very publicly obviously because of what you guys are and I have lot of single data to listen to the show and one of the things that they usually are concerned about is introducing their kids to a new potential spouse or new girlfriend us i. what point in your new relationship did you feel comfortable enough to introduce your kids to your new girlfriend? Man. That's that's a great question. We've we've talked about this on our podcast a little bit It took me a while. I didn't move on right away. I did do a little dating. You know got out dating pool maybe. Four or five months after separated again, it was very public. It was kind of. Kind of. Don't don't use my divorce as a blueprint for how to get divorced but. A Nasty Dan the beginning again like I said, things are great. Now things are very upsetting but. Probably four or five months before I was dating anybody and I would never introduce my kids to just just some girl that I went out of day on. So they've really only ever met one and it's the girl I'm still with today Danielle and I think you just you just gotTa get to know somebody they know how they are. She does not have children. But she's very good with my kids. My Kids Lover We'd been together like. I'M GONNA, get this wrong and she's going to kick me in the head sixteen months now or something like that. So Yeah. My kids love her they adore we don't live together or anything like that she lives up north, but she has a summer house down here. So she's pretty much every weekend and a fair amount during the week but you just you just know you know anything too early. If, you want to do that as as an adult. That's fine. You want to jump right into the dating pool I didn't right away but kids are different story. You know kids vulnerable they they don't understand. They don't need to see a lot of faces coming in and out of your house. So for my children, they won't ever see one so. That's good stuff roger and what what kind of advice would you have to the data out there? Who's just at the onset of this divorce process what would have been some of the challenges of co-parenting for you and what kind of advice you have for a dad that's just fixing on getting ready to go through all that stuff to divorced co-parenting. Well. I guess my advice would be. Breed just just breathe. You know it's an emotional thing. You know you're separating for someone you probably with for a long time probably the closest human to you and what makes it so much more personal is children when children are involved is just that much more personal emotions ran high but again, don't do what I did especially because we were in the public played out in the Public Forum and I take my responsibility for that. Sometimes you have to just sit back you have to breed to gather your thoughts. You can't make those emotional decisions. Because your your children suffer. Thank God you know keep saying over and over Jenin IRA. Great place now were cool I call his friends I'll see her tomorrow. You know get the kids tomorrow as a matter of fact, we got a physical for Mani. We're both the at. So things are good. So I guess my advice advice would be don't don't. We have children you know when they when they come into this world, you stop living for you you start living for them. So that includes your decisions and even those emotional ones. That are connected to somebody that maybe you spent a lot of time with you can't make decisions just based on, you have to think about your children so. How. How about as far as the covid nineteen here Roger I know we've all been on the lockdown, the quarantine. How was that kind of affected your time with your kids and have you handled all that? Man I don't talk about it much. We talk about it at a law on our Frankie Edgar, we have a podcast. The tramp check it out guys but We talked about it a lot on the air as far as in my house we don't bring it up much gives a foreign six. They don't need to know much about it. When we go out and they're required to wear masks, we do they call it six eas. Is I don't know cove in nineteen. They just say he's sick. He's still going on they. They don't get it and want them to get it. You know it's it's. Unprecedented. Times. I hope we never see anything like this. Again in our lifetime I've never forty five I've never seen anything like this. I would highly doubt that you have either and I pray that my kids zone. So but less they know about the better you know there's a lot of schools of thought on what is and how severe it is, and we don't need to go down that road but. As far as they're concerned, they're four and insects. They're they're here just to enjoy life and have a good time and we try to navigate. Cove in nineteen as best we can and just remain living life as normal. You know that's what we try to do. Yeah. Like you philosophy on that Roger for sure you alluded to your podcast with frank yeager. What was the genesis of the podcast? What is it all about? Where can we hear it? We're on all podcast and on Youtube as well similar to you guys. So you can check us out champion the TRAMP, but you know the the initial startup was. Frankie's had a long illustrious career in. An Ma and he's still in the UFC decide another contracts matter of fact you gotta fight coming up this Saturday gets Pedro. Muniz, check it out but he was looking for something else you know what I mean he's he's I. Think it's safe to say he's nearing the end of his career. He was looking to do something else about a union guy my whole life you know, Kinda, Dab one a few different things but reached out to me. It's probably like two years ago in and I'll never forget how he said it completely over my head he called me one day he passed me on the road called me and he was like. Hey, man. If you ever thought about doing a podcast, he didn't say with me..
"roger" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Frankie Edgar Their podcast is called the champion the trip. It's so cool for me to have on the PODCAST Roger. Matt us. We'll be here with me and just a few minutes. Oh, please stick around for the interview and today's Roger News was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch on my youtube channel. So if you'd like to watch the conversation between the Jersey Shore Star and myself please subscribed to. I fast fatherhood on Youtube. The is in the description of today's podcast episode okay, and if you guys enjoy my interviews with reality TV DADS, you gotta go back and take a listen to some of my previous conversations with Matt Roloff Little People Big World. John. Goslin of Jon and Kate plus eight Adam busby of out daughter. So many others right and joining me on the podcast on Wednesday will be a dad known as the dancing weatherman Nick. Kosher. Brings a unique and energetic approach to forecasting the weather on Fox Forty six charlotte. So that's going to be a lot of fun. Thursday I'm GonNa be doing something a little bit different here on the podcast. I've never done before on the show and that is bring on in about to be Father New England patriots. Tight End Matt Lacoste is not a father just yet. He is expecting his first child November decided to sit out the NFL season over health concerns for his wife and unborn child. So don't miss out on that I. Really Need Your feedback on that episode to determine whether or not. I should bring on more about to be dads and Friday. I have a very special frogman Friday episode, the bring you. Order is a former navy seal who's running for Congress in the State of Wisconsin. So that's GonNa be an awesome show. You may remember Derek Van Orden appeared in the movie, act of Valor and a bunch of other active duty Navy seals. So don't miss out on that, and if you guys could drop me a rating and review on itunes or spotify or wherever you enjoy. Listening and as always guys, please tell me spread the word about this podcast every father and you neighborhood or in your contact list. Let.
"roger" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"You? Say That because I think the distinction is important I'm not very advertiser friendly in the sense that influence Sir if depends on your knees, right. But most influence a Nietzsche's tend to be quite profitable. So they would go like the makeup niche. So right blue follow you are already have the intention of buying. So. That's why they can make a living through influencing posing a nice vote on the south holding like Sephora. Sephora bag I get paid a couple grand for for that. So I think as possible to make a living like that. But as a comic if you WANNA monetize through content is less that kind of raw unless you're super heart. You into skin carry can make it funny. I've seen your thirst pictures okay. I been doing Ab ripper. Okay. Man If you have avs I highly recommend you used to pluck a podcast. John so much replace. It's not even at that point we didn't have youtube just an audio medium, but that picture drew people to watch. To the podcast that is so. People are just like these APPs make a good point. Can you imagine being a marketing meeting and they're like, yes, we try to do something with social. Now please do some crunches right now. Okay. So those helps. Yes. So okay. So yeah continue with your whole thing. Yeah. So when I go roger blew off last year I think I was hovering around forty. Thirty, to fifty K., follows instagram is decent I had a small follow me on Instagram because I made content that's I mean it's stuff kind of jokes I do already by very Asian focus and I had more of a concentration on top of topic. So I just started working with these big Asian mean pages and the me repose I stuff on on their page for a fee and that's how I really grew and a couple of things went semi viral on. INSTAGRAM. Built that twenty to fifty K. following. The Dow's last year but I, didn't get paid a single cent in fact actually lost money because I had to pay the media. Oh I didn't even know that was the thing that's kind of cool do. This is this is why hit him up because he is he went to North Western. Okay. We're GONNA look at them thinking laterally you like I always joke with me that like we're we're won't be successful because we think too much comedians, which is like let's just write some jokes until we're famous which does not how it works. Model you know but it's it's important. You need that to you do need that. Yeah. But it's better if you have ads and you have a good. Business Acumen. Yes. But? Holidays like nowadays in the UK as a big stand up show that usually used to make people's career, right? It's called live at the Apollo. Okay. That's like but it's a UK is not like the American. Urban. Urban Night Bites Rough it. It makes people's careers right now I think live at the Apollo doesn't do anything anymore now getting feature on nine gag and led Bible debts the new life at the Apollo Oh shit you know what I mean you're your follow just jump up so fast because there's no Change in medium the only wants something on TV you have to pick up the phone and that's a switch on TV social. Media. Mention. But if you see something on nine gagging your handles. Tap and their your profile, and then the scroll down. Oh, he makes content. That's a follow right there. So how did you come up with like? Uncle Roger as a thing, 'cause I. It seems like a very fleshed out character already I had I had seen. Before the big viral rice one, I had seen another one where you were kind of like talking about. How your? Uncle Rogers divorced and he's got his cell phone. And I was like this is like this is really specific i. feel like I know uncle like this even even if I don't have an uncle like this, you know. So how did you Kinda like craft this? Sort of like, what's my future look? On Aziz attitude is already is is kind of me already I am of curmudgeonly uncle persona, but it started from my podcast with my co-host. She writes Evelyn Moxie, right Sitcom script. Right you guys met her before. Thanks waiting for doing that yeah. She writes She wrote a Sitcom and she said, Oh, I wrote a character who's a real estate agent and based off of you and that his name is Roger Her just kind of took it and ran with it. Oh, we're roger saying, what would an Asian uncle? Sells. Sells apartments say. Rip People.
"roger" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Well. I'm okay because I have story today about Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. So it's gotTa be a great day right. Yeah I You know the Tony Bennett was rehearsing today. Where was he rehearsing at home? He has The conductor come over Bernie runs through the show every day. The not the only singer I heard doing that. These guys are all keeping in shape getting ready to go to work. Today is the seventieth anniversary of his her first hit record for Columbia Records Boulevard Broken Dreams and I've just posted a wonderful video that shows a retrospective of his career. You know he's GonNa turn ninety four on August third and he's amazing Woah. Mainly did a rehearsal. Yesterday I heard he was sharpest. He so and he's singing on some of these Tribute shows zoom shows. And things I mean you can still. He can still built it out. It's amazing so we want to a happy seventieth anniversary yeah ninety four ninety four now. Sinatra told as you and I discussed yesterday I have a story today about this woman Cindy Bittermann who died this week at the age of eighty nine. And she was one of Sinatra's secret girlfriends I was historic. It wasn't the more interesting. She was one of the major figures of Hollywood society. Married to this important guy that important yeah knew everybody? Yeah but she you know she was kind of like she's become sort of a minor character and entertainment industry and but she was before the rat. Pack It was in the fifties and she looked like a gardener and Sinatra liked her because of that because he was obsessed with Gardner as you know and After a divorced in nineteen fifty seven Frank Really kept this woman around Cindy betterment and I have the whole story of her extraordinary life she was great friends with. Sammy Davis Junior. She dated Jack. Carter the community which I love. Hey she used to do modeling. WITH MENTOR. Torme wife and she was very close to Mellon his wife There's also the great married. There's some period. She was married to some of the biggest people in Hollywood. You know there are a lot of people you know people like this in New York who are really the Kings or Queens of society and they make sure their name is never in the paper and you know just the opposite of the other people they say under the radar some of these half-baked WanNa be a society types they hire nine publicists and call you every second right right well. She had no publicist she. Just those living it and she was. Nf and the crazy thing was that she had a regular life here in New York on Mar in Merrick. Long Island and she was going back and forth to Hollywood and going back and forth to Palm Springs. She was a model. She's a beautiful girl For a while. She was married to Jacksonville. Who was the manager of Lenny Bruce? and a lot of other. Comedians and Jacksonville sort of like He had he competing agency to the LIMBAUGH agency on the fifty so she was always in show business and it was great. I talked to her son Michael yesterday. A great guy who's just turned seventy and He he's giving me a lot of stuff about his mother. Frank Her a lock. It that he still has One Point Frank Grand Piano or one hundred thousand dollars to her Parents House. American father censored back. He said I don't want any gifts from a hooligan. You Really Really GonNa for this woman. I see a book coming. I I really I sort of. I love this holy era and the idea that there's someone who we don't really know about but it was it was definitely there in a witnessed everything kind of interesting and you you and I love Frank Sinatra and we love all that that period so Yeah I thought it was. I didn't WanNa just let her death pass in the New York Times. The you know paid obits. I wanted to the proper send-off an again. There are a lot of people like that and you see some people you see them in paid six you see them everywhere you see them in this magazine. You see them with this count. They're paying publicist for all this and then there's a much bigger than them like Cindy Vitamin who make sure they're never in the paper. They stay right really under the radar and talk about it after she. You know she She was married She divorced her husband. She went off and had these adventures. She returned and remarried the husband and then put this all behind her and never spoke about it. I'm really surprised that list. Or someone like that. Didn't really get to her during the sixties or seventies because it would have made a great story. Hey Roger so that Tony and frank those are the things when Tony and frank our lead story that I well. There's nothing going to. When are they going to start production again in movies or TV? When are they going to open a restaurant today? You know for lunch. Oh where are you going? I'm going to central in Connecticut We can sit outside. They say yeah. Connecticut was New York looks like they're being pressured. Looks like New York. We'll start opening stuff in June first or second week of June Definitely the third we June stuff will be opening here Canales Open back. Yeah you told me you in Cosco the other day. Tell everybody what happened at cost. Oh I've gotTa tell the Costco Store Okay. Oh what's the guy's name to remember? His name right turned out. See Roger Story. I go into Costco and I need a new TV. 'cause TV's and the bedrooms here died. I THE NEW TV and the only place that has them Costco. So I go go down to go. Norwalk and Come in and I say can I use my brothers? Id Card and this Nice Guy. Oh now I should have prepared me for his name anyway. this really. Nice Guy at Costco Membership. Looks at the car he goes? Well what's your name and I said Roger Friedman says shower and I'm like I worked. Yeah he goes. I love marks so I don't know how much she loved me. But he loves you so late at they took out the red carpet and got me for the TV section and it was a very nice and this guy I now it'll kill me. We remember his name. Oh maybe we shouldn't say his name. We don't want government trouble but But he didn't do anything for me to get a better price guy but But he was very just very wonderful and the people there are Costco. You saw this thing on the Internet the other day about somewhere. I don't know where it was at another Costco Where somebody wouldn't wear a mask and they were fighting with the the store clerk and everyone got in on it and Everyone the Costco. I don't know about any other costco but the one in Norwalk Connecticut is like it's the nicest place in the world. The people who work there are just great and I had a ball and I was really tickled that he loves you so much. Well you see normally Rogers column his website. It's all the elites that read it the Glitterati of Manhattan here. He is finally meeting real people in the real world in the past people he suggests guys get you fancy Manhattan crowd. This is where.
"roger" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"But isn't that even more the case for sixty votes? I think what we have got to do. I mean, you're asking a legitimate question. But I think that's get first things for us. Let's elected Democratic Senate. Let's make sure that many as possible off progresses. But this is what I believe. That's what I said a moment ago, we make change when millions of people demand that change. And I believe that when people stand up and fight back. Yes, you'll going to have the United States Congress slot listening to ordinary Americans rather than wealthy campaign contributors. All right, Senator Bernie Sanders Senator from Vermont. Thanks so much for taking time. I appreciate it. My pleasure. Next. Roger stone's dirty tricks catch up with him, again, the amazing scene that unfolded in court between the president's former political visor and a federal judge right after this. Roger stone is officially gagged that's pursuant to an order from judge. Amy Berman Jackson today in federal court a hearing called by the judge herself after notoriously publicity hungry. Trump advisor posted a picture of judge Jackson next to what appeared to be crosshairs dome. Was apologetic quite apologetic today in court, but the judge was not buying it. She alluded to the coast guard member who officials say compiled hitlist public officials and stockpile weapons saying you don't even have to look at the papers beyond today to know that inciting extremist violent action is a possibility. Judge Jackson also warned stone. This is his last chance before she revokes his bail sending him to jail quote today. I gave you a second chance. This is not baseball. You do not get a third chance discuss the judge's action today and what they might pretend. Roger stone wanna bring in to MSNBC legal analyst Paul Butler, prosecute worked in the department of Justice's public integrity unit on cases of public corruption, and Maya Wiley, the senior vice president. A social Justice at the new school. My the you don't see this often. But I guess you don't see people who are like Roger stone that often is very rare to have someone particularly someone who should be as knowledgeable, and who is well represented as Roger stone, literally threaten a federal judge. And that is what happened here and one of the things that we must focus in on his one. The judge was restrained. She clearly was concerned. But also really gave him the opportunity. She remember that prosecutors wanted him more gagged than she. Agreed the gag him. He can still talk about his innocence. He can still ask for donations for his legal defense. But it can't talk about the case. And what he posted, by the way. It wasn't just the crosshairs. I think it's really important to elevate that he talked about the Muller probe as the d. State and the reason that lends itself to being threatening particularly where he has named a federal judge as if she is not an unbiased and impartial. Jurist is that the deep state reference has caused people to go out and threaten the lives of others in the past particularly using the info wars platform, which Roger stone himself has used. So just go back to pizza gate and the guy who showed up with an assault rifle after pizza gate that he saw so it's not their radical. And she was both restrained. But also trying to protect both the integrity of the process. And he I think it was really interesting is he finally got that, you know, his dirty tricks as in I himself as a trickster his dirty tricks here, which he may not intend. We don't know what is intentional in terms of promotion of violence. Maybe it was just a better way to fundraise doesn't really matter. When people go. Out and actually commit violent acts because of what you said, you know, Paul I've seen a lot of I've seen immigration lawyers and public defenders defense attorneys weighing in today saying if my client was out on bail and then posted an image of the judge in the case with crosshairs, they're not getting a second chance. What do you think? Absolutely. I think the judge went to easy or verger stone. So Chris remember the FBI Ray with twenty nine armed agents this watt team, the assault rifle they justified that by saying this is a dangerous guy nontheless he got released on bail..
"roger" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Personally, a politically. What is today mean? From your perspective today means that for the first time Robert Muller is pointing to probably the president as colluding with Russia in releasing those stolen documents. Roger stone is clearly named as the intermediary the conduit between Russia WikiLeaks and the Trump campaign, and it casts in very dangerous context the president. But also his son Donald Trump junior who came before a committee where I served judiciary committee and made some statements that are very very seriously in doubt as to their fullness. Now after some of what is in this indict, you think that the president's son John junior because of his testimony before the. History committee, then chaired at the time by cheer Grassley that that he made false statements. So that committee he has some explaining to do, and I think is truthfully. Very seriously in doubt as to some of the statements that he made about the Trump Tower meeting his father's knowledge of it. And about the statements also involving the WikiLeaks release of these documents and some of them are in this Roger stone indictment, but he needs to be called back to the judiciary committee. I've asked the new chairman Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina to do. So if necessary by subpoena, I think it should be done. Alright Senator Richard Blumenthal. Thank you for being with me tonight coming up between the shutdown cave and the indictment of long time. Confidante just how politically damaged the president after today next. He'll caught y'all off Obama solicitor general on what the stone indictment means Donald Trump..
"roger" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Really what it is most outrageous is the lynch mob roundtable after you leave a where they just come on and they say things that are that stone refused to answer questions before the house intel no i answered every question tooth fully and fully my favorite you notice the guy in the washington post says you notice when stone says he never received anything whatsoever from wikileaks you notice he didn't say including hacked emails you notice to me anything kind of covers that in this whole fake news that we used to have the new cycle this is the news recycle right roger stone spoke to goose for two point owes rushing asian as not a russian agent be it's six weeks after wikileaks has already published the controversial material and it's twenty four words all public it's a knock you ass roy to get you the headline trump associate communicated with russian hacker it is so much bowl schiff so in in the in the forward that tucker carlson wrote he's talking about when he confronts this executives don't have roger stone on and he's like but you know i mean the guy's been in politics forever at the highest level he's clearly knows his stuff he's interesting he's and the guy agrees it's like that's all true but we just don't want him on and doesn't essentially give a reason because i'm shit stirrer well right because you know that famous quote from the joker you got to inject little energy here's the thing about in arche it's fair these people can't take they don't like being challenged because for thirty years there was only one narrative their narrative right we need to go to war in iraq because they attacked us on nine eleven it's their z narrative but i think there's something about you that's more dangerous to those people than say even someone like an alex jones who they can say not that they wanna have alex jones on all the time but if alex jones tries to expose something they can say.
"roger" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Adding to a source roger goodell as for annual salary of forty nine point five million dollars plus lifetime use of a private jet and lifetime health insurance for him and the whole family i'm not made if you can do it do it right leg is you give to give you all these days go ahead and do it with this tells me is roger goodell made a decision log ago i've never flying commercial again one way or the other i have roger goodell is like what is a middle seat i have never heard of a middle seat whether that addle sit on rose that had middle season nude wa pacelle he said no no row with no middle seat he has dealt that fifty million dollars it would somebody out said that they found the demand for him to be offensive they act like it was unseemly for him to ask all that money congrats raj are treating you like a player that's all this comes down to they're treating him like a player now keep a rise roger goodell already makes thirty million dollars a year now listen to this what nfl own its own espn a quote several owners in this league who don't make forty million dollars a year when i feel like they need to get on a grown man larry roger saying okay yeah maybe i'll need to work a little bit harder do a little better selling this product in order to help you may forty million dollars a year having a fifty milliondollar your commission that's right the other party is i think this is an important point these teams valuations keep going up like the money they're making really it nonprofit the money to make ends on equity right is the value of their franchises go up that's where it is that they are winning that's where they are coming up but right i just i'm trying to imagine what it's like to hit some body and be like yo is guilty fifty million a year in a private jet for the rest of my life.
"roger" Discussed on The New Washington
"Too many generals first of all i need seven days in may is all about a military coup village and uh you know that's not what stone was referring to explicitly in that quote that i have to imagine that he was aware of the double meaning when he senate i would imagine that that is part of his concern and i just think the president has unfortunately surrounded himself with the number of globalists' who don't share his world view and you say lisa globalist what exactly do you mean uh those who think that the sovereignty of the united states's secondarily loo we need to move into some kind of international arrangement in which we just accept the inevitable decline of our country maggie roger stone is pretty explicit and our conversation in his fear that then in the nationalist war against the globalists' in this white house that the globalists' are winning so who are the globalism this white house and are they winning as roger stone fears sure i mean like the word the term globalist is um you know it's used on breitbart dot com i'm steven its website with like big bright globes um bright eight in its most negative connotation i think it's critics believe that it's got a it's got a bit of an anti semitic patina um i think other people disagree with that dan it's you know that the targets for the people who are seen as clinical globalists' spice john and a lot of stance supporters are gary cohn the top economic advisor uh dina powell who is a deputy national security adviser how do you justify dina habib paul being in the trump white house why do you say her mental name like them well because that's her name.
"roger" Discussed on Reveal
"To expand here to hire here uh and i think that would that would create an economic boom so i think more pro progrowth oriented policies the kind of economic plan that the president put forward during the campaign would ignite an economic boom which both give us more revenue to deal with our many social problems and more time mrs own thank you so much for coming in today i really appreciate your time and a health we could talk again happier many thanks mm roger stone was a campaign adviser to donald trump by the way after this interview was recorded the peace the gates shooter edgar madison welsh the guy who's roger stone said disappears was sentenced four years in prison so we actually do know where he is you're listening to alletson reveals enough like this interview and you want to hear more me going one on one with someone send me your suggestions on twitter at out underscore letsin that's at el underscore in this interview was produced by amy walters and edited by kevin solvent our sound design team is the one to twins by man j breezy mr jim breaks and claire see no mullin with help from catherine remondo special thanks to reveal editor eighty donahue reveal is a coproduction of the center for investigative reporting and p architects leads in and remember there is always more to the soaring.