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Want a Job in Crypto? Firms are Hiring
"The Block and the blockchain association recently released a report on digital asset human capital trends which I'll just put in a plain English by saying it's about employment trends in Crypto. What are the main takeaways of the report? Well I think the most surprising takeaway from the report is the fact that this market is is pretty sizable right. We're talking about over twenty thousand jobs. Dozens of firms with more than one hundred employs always. This isn't an industry of basement-dwelling coders anymore. This is a real market with with major firms. Making good amount of revenue and a lot of that activity is happening here in the United States and abroad and over the past year. We've seen the number for of job. ADS increase and the investment trends over the past. Five years are also increasing right so total venture funding money in dollars. has increase overall since two thousand seventeen right Two thousand eighteen. We saw a major pickup And then a sixty percent declined between two thousand eighteen and twenty nineteen but the job market is still healthy and in growing and when you analyze the different firms for your report what kinds of firms did you include like. Did you include any of the decentralised projects foundations. Because I did see a few but then I didn't see the in theory and foundation which surprised me So I wasn't sure you know what the methodology was while we try to include as many different types absa firms nonprofits To profit seeking firms and foundations for the report reached out to over two hundred seventeen. Obviously it's not a complete league. You know overview of everything but we try to get as many firms as we could included but it does range and it runs the gamut from You know exchanges trading firms to Foundations like maker foundation and many different other types of companies service providers like China has another example and so who are the biggest employers in the space and what kinds of companies are they. Great question and it. It shouldn't come as a surprise that the major employers in this market are the companies that are are making money and that have found product market fit. We're still in. A speculative speculative stage of this market of the crypto market so exchanges and trading firms and service providers to exchanges. Make up the lion's share the of jobs just given the fact that that's where we are right that's where the market is growing so welby global has over a thousand employees coin joint base has close to a thousand employees okay X. is around a thousand employees and Mining firms also make a good chunk of the market from a job perspective So bit main is one of the largest employers as well about forty six percent of the largest largest employers are digital asset exchanges followed by development firms at around twenty nine percent and then mining firms at around ten percent. This is fascinating because I would actually like if you were to kind of put. All of those in their own category very broadly. You could say. They're sort of like picks and shovels type types of businesses. which in a way make sense? I think for the early stage that we're at and there was another way that you analyze these companies which is geographically. Ah where are they based. You know when you do the breakdown that way while there's a few ways we can look at this for some of your listeners. Who might hearken back on the token days of your And they might associate this market. Solely or exclusively with ICO's or token launches at this point in time. Singapore has really become the go-to jurisdiction for those types of companies making up around thirty seven percent To the US is thirteen percent. So I find that interesting. Just because it illustrates how Skittish folks here in the states are about operating those types of businesses given the regulatory reprisal. We've seen over the past two years overall. Obviously the United States is the leader in terms of in where the jobs are making up about thirty three percent to Asia Pacific's sixteen point seven percent and then the EU follows all is closely at eight percent. So the the whole point just the back up a little bit of this report was to illustrate for lawmakers legislators and policy-makers policymakers in DC. How big this market is where the jobs are growing and to sort of pick the brains of industry insiders about the impediments? They face in terms of either expanding their businesses launching new businesses and hiring in terms of job. Growth Right your ear and this is fascinating giving the backdrop of a price action. The United States saw digital asset jobs listening Rothe Year over your increase ninety three percent in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred and I mean so when I saw that versus what was thirty seven percent and the rest of the world world. That surprised me because of as you mentioned you know a lot of these companies are saying that the. US Isn't providing. Good regulatory clarity. So why do you think I right. We are still seeing quite robust growth here especially compared to the rest of the world one hundred percent. That's a really good question and it does it. It is an interesting juxtaposition right. Because you and I both know how much anxiety there is about the regulatory environment in the United States and all the. CEO's you talked to all the CEO's. I talked to list that as being one of the larger impediments. But if you think about the companies that are here here in the United States they are the you know quote Unquote Regulated Compliant Exchanges Coin based crack in Gemini. And at the end of the day. Those are the companies that are hiring so even though firms like let's say labral for instance might face some regulatory Tori headwinds a company like coin. Base pretty you know. They've got their stuff together in terms of their regulated by New York Department of Financial Services. They have their money transmitter license across many different states and they can expand pretty on abated. They have the venture capital to do it. They raised three hundred million in their most recent round. So I think that's why there's that that sort of that's how shaping out and one other thing that you mentioned briefly was The investment in this space. How were we sing? That breakout geographically. That's an interesting question so again. Obviously venture funding has fallen off since twenty Eighteen I mean in total. We saw that go down. Sixty percent percent The way the value is accruing geographically. Obviously the United States is is leading the way the US has two point seven x as many investors sisters with offices as Asia Pacific so the US is still king in that regard but but then again what's interesting racing as many investors have headquarters in the United States but then have offshore entities to gain exposure to investments that they otherwise wouldn't be able to here in the US. Okay yeah in a way that sort of almost like a theme that I see throughout where you you know despite some of the regulatory I guess lack of clarity your uncertainty that we are still seeing quite strong Quite a strong industry here in the US like you know. Many of the most active of companies that are hiring our us-based and even the place where the the employer is domiciled the. US is still the largest. It's thirty three percent so you you know it's it's almost like yeah I I guess it's just sort of saying you know this is the biggest market it's the most desired market. And so even despite the regulatory lack of clarity there's interest in being based here in hiring here
"rothe" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Is that like a by no means am I gonna call bet? I mean, that was just a smart grid move. You know what I mean? Like, if I'm if I'm Terry, why wouldn't that take all that money and go to the end, you know what I mean? But now he got every rights, and yes, AJ did not show that he wanted to continue. So I mean with that, man, I just wanted to get in there because I heard out of people sitting on fury, and I don't know where that's coming from at all. Probably talking a tough sports. We've heard of in Andy a- where we. Just tell you why. Last year. Okay. Listen, man. Got a big contract. So let's talk your shit. The last game for the heavyweight. Visit is definitely changing and one on AJ right now I've yet me. That. Eight is audio might be hard with. We definitely I'll let you go. Call them in run out to yoga, my guy rest. The bus. What's going on? Big talk with how you live. Whereas the bus man, this call again down rest down, want to, they don't want you to be on the show, Rothe going on, on the show. Got no love rest. The love rest. Nah, we got putting love you big up showing a true warrior. Don't bring you in fact, for out to me, reg, the bus man, you live on Skype live. Live. Talk to me, the oh, what am I what, what, what up what's going on? Hey so we're talking about. I came in kinda late. I tried hit you up on Skype and we type of fear. It comes out and says the age, I should the describes comment. And Santa, he said. His face in public anymore. They all fan just like that. Losing to a guy, I'm, I'm. Well, he's a quote right quick. But let me that quote, he can you imagine you're built like a done. It's real car and stone. And I little fed guy who ate every sneakers and California, California, bladders you all over what a disgrace at. That was ne- never show. My face in public again. Yeah. That sounds like Tyson period. I mean he's the one that was big in a month after the fight telling them keep your head up and all that, too. So. Fandom types of just take that shit with a grain of salt. I mean I see Tyson theory out boxing, the shit out of AJ, especially after that performance on Saturday. I mean, he looked so flat. He looked he had no have movement. Nobody no ways movement. I mean. The soon as he came out to the ring, I was like, man, something something isn't right with this. He chewing on mouth garden shit. I mean I never seen him look like that when he walked out, but I think it was it was just a hype from, from MSG. I mean, honestly, I think it's just it's a different ballgame. When you come to the USA on your debut, and you got, you got all the belt on the line and not all people are wanting to see you win. I mean, that's a lot of pressure too. So. You know big up to any release. I mean. You know, he got clipped I thought he was down. I thought he was. I thought he was not coming back up when he got clipper that hurts. But. I dunno. Tyson theory crises fuck, it's I run dominant..
"rothe" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Like that. He's he has he's the leader of our movie club that we recently watched Heather's that and he has such an insane knowledge on only films but of scores, and so he'll score what's happening based on like one. We go into a fight. Hell find some really like either awesome, five music or something. That's really ironic and funny. But so when gronk was summoning the turtles turned on some teenage mutant ninja turtle fits it was really on. Point. It was well done. Now, you have to have to. But if you feel inspired the next time you bring up vanilla ice. Turtle rap from the changing digital that was parked to the golden Jack, Jack, I mean, kind of feels appropriate for what you might be up to. And if you guys ever, listen, I'm not inviting myself, but if you just for like, a just like a drop in you could come here we could play in the. Shit. You better feel be very cautious about offering this because we will definitely take you up on it. I would I'm I'm totally Hoosier character. I would you create one specifically for this. I have one, but I could also create one specifically for this. I think it would probably just depend on you know, like have to have a conference with the DM couldn't find what works best for the game. Does it work say respectful chorus? Does it does it work best to come in with a pre existing character or roll something just for like a one off appearance pop up once and then maybe recur later. I mean who knows but I think it would be it would be his discretion for that work. But I always play magic users. And so I would other wizard in the group. We we do we have a Warlock. He's he and we just met his. The Tanic demon who he sold his soul to to get. Magic powers which is punk rock ox. Right. Giant chess ox creature? Who has a weird British accent? For some reason the other thing that's amazing about Eric doing this. It's not only does he create this amazingly creative world, but he's an actor as well until he really gets into all the side characters. So all each single one has a different voice. They all like operate differently. They all have definite, personalities, and desires and wants. And it's it's so much. It's so much fun. It's really fun, especially as performers and creative people. Yeah. I mean, it's just a good story building exercise. If you strip away all of the other fun stuff behind it. All the creative thinking all the all the probability and all the fantasy stuff. It's just a good story building exercise and a good exercise at working with a group. Yeah. I don't know if he has it or not. But my friend Kyle Newman put together a book with with a handful of other people that is the basically the history it's called art in our Cana. And it's basically. Oh, someone gave out. Yeah. I think sorry if you don't have it, and I just messed up, but I think he has, but that's a thick book and its history of dandy through all the art of DNA. And it's stunning Casey hasn't seen it yet. That's so cool. This was such a pleasure to sit down and talk to you. And again, my wife, and I are bucking love both movies. And I hope the second one does even better than the first one please come back in like as as your as your career trajectory takes off even more. You know to be really interesting to see where you go. What you do? What are you want? Like, what's your when you think about like some day when you're looking back on your life? Like, what is sending the Chad eight thousand D? Indeed, I wanna do everything that's the thing. And that's one of the reasons I have loved this movie is because it kind of flipped me. Do a mini version of everything I wanna do. A crazy action movie. I wanna play a bond girl, but a cool one like not the ones who are just like, oh, sleep. I wanna play like fucking awesome bond. Girl. Secret is hit that. I I want to be in. Really character driven gritty indie film, like winners bone more like Rachel getting married. I loved the favorite..
"rothe" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Chris Landon called me a month before the first movie came out. It was like I have a crazy idea. And I told him you're insane. But you're also the only person who could pull this off and Chris wrote this movie base off of like tiny, little hints and the first film. There are so many things if you go if you watch both movies backpacker if you. Go back and watch the first one after you've seen the second one. Or if you've never seen the first one you watch it after you watch the second one. There are things that are set up in the first movie that seemed like oh, they set this up for the sequel. That's not what happened Chris just is incredible at mining information. And being like, oh that would be that would totally explain why this happened. This thing that we never explained that should happen. And maybe that leads to this and this and this, and so there were so many things on the first movie total accidents that look like they were super on purpose for our sequel. And that's the beauty of that kind of lightning in a bottle that making a movie can be no, Mark my words. This is going to happen someday. Someday, very soon you and maybe this is already happening. You're gonna get an insane. You're gonna get insane job on a movie that you can't even believe this director this movie this cast and something about it. And I'm just managing expectations. I'm sure it'll be fun. But I'm sure they'll be about if you're like, I really miss that one. So I really hope that you know, this thing of like enjoying moments as they happen. It's just sounds like you've been part of such a special thing. No matter. What goals we set for ourselves in life? No matter how bigger better bigger more. You know, I think what you've experienced is. Really? What's about like, it's not like, that's that's an amazing experience to have. And I think it will. And I think it'll kind of blow your mind that something that you've thought like, oh, I thought I really wanted this bigger bigger thing. But gosh, like, my heart is really where this other thing. Yeah. I appreciate that. And I think the finding is I've had that experience. Different ways. Just in the sense that I've learned the one the the one thing I've heard I've heard things, but one thing I have learned just in the time. I've been in this business is all you can control is who you are onset the connections. You make in the work that you do because after that it goes to an editor's hands. And then it goes to a studios hands, and like the movie that you shoot may not be the movie veges presented for better or for worse, or it may take fifteen years for the movie to come like, you just don't know. So it can't be about the product. Because that's actually once you've done it. It's not yours anymore. It is. But it is and not saying that I don't feel incredible ownership and pride of these films because I do, but it took so many incredible people to make this movie after I did what I did. Like, our editor is insane. Are our composer the fact that he made a score the titles heard. Yeah, he's he's like he blows my mind because he wrote a score that fits a love horror slasher. Comedy Sifi thriller drama, and it all it's one score it all flows together. It's beautiful. And you don't know that you're transitioning John rouse because the music like just gently lifts you from one to the other in. I I'm it's one of the reasons I love doing what we do is. Because it's such a collaborative art film such a collaborative art form to make film. I like I I did for really longtime in I love theater, and there's nothing like the visceral experience of being on stage. But at the end of the day, you're up their self editing. You get to choose what audiences to you for her. Steve Dunn things the director you have your cast mates. But you're up there in real time doing it. Whereas in film, I go, and I give them a lot of options. And I pray..
"rothe" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"It's also one of the reasons the first movie did fairly well is because you genuinely cared if these people died or not, and if they hadn't been real people are they had been more archetypes like the archetype of trading. She was the girl who should have died in the first twenty minutes of the movie, and then some other hero rises from the depth rush. Like, it's Carter or it's more like it someone else amaze solve everything, but the beauty of these films to me is that we give this girl who normally wouldn't be given a second chance or a second glance all this time to figure her shit out. And it also allowed me to really lean into the unlikable parts of her an explore that. And I think that's something that young women don't get to do in Hollywood very much like you don't get to be super unlikable and then turned into. Too bad ass heroin. But that's, but that's sort of the human journey where you you have faults are things that are selfish or whatever, and then you grow, and you learn involve, and then you become part, you become an adult or whatever it is. But it's so it's so easy to paint in one dimension on in horror, particularly because they're just cheap and easy to make. It's like off this works. We'll spend five million dollars make two hundred million. There's too much of that. And but to have a movie actually be about something and the characters have depth. It's it's it's for someone who watches my wife, and I watch a ton of horror, and it's always refreshing. When it's like, oh, my God these character. I gave a shit about them. They were funny, but the stuff was really fucked up, and it was guys just carried that off so flawlessly is it did this did the first movie did you could you feel like a bump in? In your did you feel like a career after the first coalition? And I said, no, I mean, I did I did feel. I felt that I was suddenly in rooms that I was really excited about and talking to people who I admire and who I know what challenge me and. And to blow my mind, and who I'm in of. But at the same time, I think that this business is so cyclical like you're always climbing the stairs. You're always trying to get to the next point. But yeah, I really I really did. And I think again, it's because Chris Landon and Jason blood producing the film allowed me to play a character. Who was so unexpected? And so. Brave and and they let me go there. And Chris always tells me he's like one of the reasons I cast you because you weren't afraid of looking ugly, which I was like that's true. It's about me. But the funny thing is I think that up until this point in my career when I got that movie. Sometimes I'd I'd issued for things I'd get feedback. And they'd be like, yeah. It was a little too theatrical..
"rothe" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"So it will just sort of float across the city and be like a flying fortress of sorts, and then and then arrogance way for the day, he can make bows. And then hunt from the top dogs. Okay. He's been teaching me. I'm not as he he started making bows because he was part of a very hipster underground archery club in New York City that happened in an art gallery Ohka, and so he the role what you have to use one of their buzzer. You can make your aunts. When he was like, I'll make my own. And now that's what he does the desire. No, Nick Offerman who is the ultimate woodworker works at Offerman city. Does just helped Nick figure out how to start making utilize? So if you are one of the fifteen lucky people who gets an offer nuclear because I'm pretty sure they're only fifteen right now, Eric hand whittled all of the necks. Oh my gosh. I'm. Amazing. It's really cool. Just a magic coming in. And saying gentlemen are sinement for today is to construct as many ukulele as as we can. And but with time and care and patients respect for the would like, it's a very the cool thing. I think about him having the opportunity to work with Nick is Nick does it Nick is a craftsman. And he loves the art of it so much that it's about it's really about doing things. Right. And that's so amazing. And something that I feel is lacking from our our world. Of course, it is. Because it's so easy to not do those things. We'd like no one is under any pressure to have to make stuff with their hands. That's your job. Yeah. Orien- less you love it. Right. Where you need to do it. That's right. You're going to die. Well, feel like more of us should adopt. The that we need to do the bare skeleton that you saw in the living room at the base was made by Offerman which up we only came in on just this kind of ugly metallic base. And I said I wanted to look like a museum mount. And so I worked with them, and I would know pictures of Darik Greer while that Derek SU named the we didn't really have a name for the for the cave bear skeleton, and now Derek has been crowned Derek any fucking looks like Derek tear because his mouth is a and his arms are up. He just looks like July. Call you guys this basis fucking RAD. Just he's he's definitely somehow also from the nineties kind of stone or like, you definitely know that he likes skateboards or dead. He's basically Encino van. He is the plot of oh man nineties that was ninety s I think are you a big pop culture person. No, I well. Yes. And no I love to the things I loved, but I was kind of a loser. And the sense that all the things I loved that old people up like in middle school. I was really into big band jazz music. And I was like whatever Hanson I wanna listen to Billie holiday just loved how it made me feel and I love the theatrics caliber of it, and how dramatic it is. And it's also just so beautiful. But so I was really into that. I'm avid I like to think of myself as an avid reader, I read all the time. I love fiction. But we didn't really watch much TV in my house growing up. We I was allotted like thirty minutes a day. And I was never I was just doing other stuff. And so I always felt kind of behind the pop culture curve. But luckily, my group of friends has brought me more to breast with things like I have no more. I'm in a I'm in a movie club that we meet every Monday, and we watch different movies recently. We watched video Drome from which was really intense. I had never seen it. And then I chose for us to watch others because it was a movie that I have never seen that I needed to watch. So we watch all different kinds of movies and that. But yeah, I definitely I'm becoming much more savvy, and I feel like being in the industry that we're ending even doing doing a movie like happy birthday, you have to expose yourself to that John RIA and a whole new way just for me to do my job..
"rothe" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Crazy, like it's basically, it's basically just all. Ram than so it's like having too many applications open on your desktop, computer. Stocks to chug slowdown, and it's funny that if you did shut off your devices and did go live in the forest for a little while it would be like taking that drug and limitless superhuman like, no, no, this is you're supposed to be able to do this. How you should operate all of the time when you're not Odeen on like urbanism? Oh my God. That's a book title Odeen on urbanism, eleby. My my autobiography guide you have to just just jot that down somewhere being on urban just just making note of it. So that's your head. Really? It's also a really good urban outfitters book. That's what I mean. Those snarky like, I'm an adult. But adulting is hard Odeen on urbanism. The satire of what you just said was so accurate that it upset me for a second at urban outfitters. Probably like a guy with a lumberjack shirt on and some thick glasses and curly Q mustache do. You think we're coming to the edge of that hipster ISM movement? Or because you said you do you live in Williamsburg? I I never officially lived in my boyfriend and many of the people I love lived in Williamsburg. So I spent a lot of time there I lived I was in Carroll gardens, which is like Upper West side of Brooklyn, which I really loved because it was just a little more quiet residential it's run by the mob. So there's no problems anywhere. Like, no. But like seriously, it's chromosome organized very organized. It's and it's a really safe place to live. But I spent a lot of time in Williamsburg, and was definitely around there when the hipster resurgence. Are nine researchers just like awakening road, hipster awakening was happening. I mean cares. The deal. I kinda love some of my have shit. Like, I I'm the first person to knock it and make fun of it. But what I will say is. I think people who enjoy hipster type things legitimately like if it actually brings you pleasure. I have no problem with that people who do all of that stuff because it looks Instagram -able in cool, the aesthetic of it. It's the sand. It's that same obsession with this. Thanks, that is brewing, all culture across all across all sectors. Not not just the hipster as well. Because Eric my boyfriend he he's an actor. But he's also a woodworker. So he straight up is living the lumberjack life like he has a beard and wears flannels. But he legit goes into a place and chops down would and like builds things out of it. So I have no I like that's an actual skill set. And someone that you want to be next to in an apocalypse. We have a great house for an apocalypse who have good vantage point. He he hand makes bows. So we. And if the pot clips comes you should come to our place, we go camping. So we have a ton of like we have like thirty pounds of freeze dried food, and we have a dog like it's it's going to be open that door. You're right there and show you the there's a closet in there where my wife has accumulated like three years of supplies literally piles of boxes showed up dangerous like what just in case. There's a case you here's the deal won't bring the bows, if you'll share your share the food. Yes, you you'll have a spot in our arc after the apocalypse whole house just like up route and it won't flow to AM. There. We put up some magnetic, some MagLev technology..
Investors Fear China Slowdown Could Threaten U.S. Stocks
"Some investors see slowing growth in China. The world's second largest economy as the biggest threat to US stocks following their best January in decades. Joining us now in our studio with more details is Wall Street Journal reporter IRA Llosa, Bosch Vealy so IRA slowing. Global growth has been a concern for investors. Even as the US economy has been humming along what is the latest data out of China, showing us one recent data point that we mentioned in the story has been PM which shows manufacturing output, and that showed that manufacturing out, but continued to slow in January not as quickly as in December, but still contracting. And of course, the Rothe rate of six point six percent that we saw for two thousand eighteen was the worst in decades that was the worst annual growth since nineteen ninety. So if you're just looking at the. Data alone. It's not a really pretty picture. Is there anything else unique to this particular point in time that has investors more concerned than usual about US vulnerability to a slowdown in China? Sure. A couple of things first of all we are in a period where global growth after a year where growth in many countries was picking up right now. Global growth appears to be contracting slowing and that's not great. If we have a China slowdown in a period, where growth is on the way down rather than on the way up also the Chinese central Bank in China's government has stimulated its economy over and over again over the last couple years, and some investors are concerned that the stimulus won't continue to work in the same way that it has in prior years because China's economy is taken. In on so much debt. You talk about some other factors regarding economic policy in China that could hurt US stocks another in particular that you mentioned is devaluing Chinese currency. Tell us how that could play out over the last couple years some of the big outflows that we've seen from China and some of the big fluctuations that we've seen volatility in the US stock market have resulted from a from a falling you on the you on is controlled more or less by China's central Bank. But the concern is that if the Euan starts dropping that could raise concern among investors that all is not well in China's economy investors, get worried they start selling large parts of their portfolio, not just their Chinese assets. But assets that depend on China like emerging market assets or US stocks that are highly dependent on China for. Their bottom lines and that leads to another sell off in the market. And of course, here in the United States. We are coming off very strong January. What else are you hearing from investors about their concerns? Going forward will one concern has been put on pause, and that is the Federal Reserve we've had what appears to be a dovish shift from the fed last week. Where officials have said that or suggested that they're taking a pause in raising interest rates. So that is temporarily off the table that leaves China as a very big concern because number of things can go wrong. If if the US and China aren't able to move trade talks forward that puts those worries back on the table. Also, if we get more evidence that the Chinese economy is slowing that also could be worrisome for investors. And as far as the US is concerned if paradoxically if we keep getting really, really? Good economic data. Like, we got on Friday with the jobs numbers that could bolster the case for investors who believe that the fed won't stay on hold for long and could give some investors a little bit more to worry about.
"rothe" Discussed on The Polygon Show
"So I start up the adventure mode, which thankfully, some people at already played a bit of for me. So I just like jumped into wherever they left off. And I was just sitting there like enraptured for an hour or so or two hours, which is a lot for me because this week I was talking to some other folks on the news team in the entertainment team in just kind of describing the. Sort of method the method of my madness that you guys know about like how I have to multiple screens going all time. Yes. And so that makes it really hard for me to play console games. But the only kind of like the only real John Rothe games like in play without like, you know, being distracted or needing something else to hold. My engine is puzzle games. So tetris wrecked. Won the music is amazing to looks beautiful and breeds tetris, which is just one of those like infuriating and grossing games, you know. So like, it is a perfect combination of things that I already very transpired. And then you know on my big screen TV. It looked so beautiful. And then Chelsea we were talking. I think the other day of like you can bring it even closer to the screen like the board. So I did that. And it just felt like very like oh did that make you happier to do that? Yeah. It did. It really did. I remember that you had told me. So I brought it even closer to the screen to light enlarge the. Basically. And so I just felt sort of like nestled within this giant puzzle game that didn't make me feel like lonely, or you know, unfocused and in need of other stimuli. Which is how literally everything else makes me feel time. Like, all I was focusing on was just sorting those blocks, and I haven't felt that way about a game in while and I've played touch respect before in VR. And when you have the headset on it's literally impossible to focus on anything else. And so I thought that was really awesome experience. But I don't have the PS VR has got on TV. But that's all gone now, not gonna be our. So I just have my TV..
"rothe" Discussed on Deadcast
"Yeah, I drink tea in the morning, although honestly, like before coffee, I didn't really need anything to just like get up and be alert just was still pretty much that way. I can just the person who gets up and I'm like DOJ magilla Mike to your call. I'm away. Never thought of you is like a low energy, drew. It might just eat it. This is this is natural for you could be. Yeah, I'm high on life. Yeah. Whereas I show up drowsy is fuck, and I've had several cups of coffee by the time. I do it. That's just that's me. Man. I'm just so cool that way. But I mean, if you could if you could collect all the tweets that writers write about coffee, you could you prayed about it could go to the fucking sun Trovato completely unbearable coffee table book. Guys would spam on Twitter. I'm Greg group of contributors like just taking a photo there manuscript. But there's like a coffee ring on it. Because it's finally all right? That's it. I'm gonna quit coffee. Now took a lot of coffee and cigarettes to get this baby. Oh, yes. The bourbon bastard, but when you're a dad, my coffee, brother, Brian writes, in can the Jags go together and make any sort of meaningful impact on the season. They focused way too much energy building defense completely ignoring the offense defense is essentially quit on the team. Is there any hope for the Jacksonville Jaguars season Rothe this season this season? No. I don't believe there is which is weird because there's so much. They're like I thought they looked excellent last year. It just seems like I don't know that I'd say the defenses has quit, exactly. But they sure tired because the offense can't do anything, and that's bad. And I and I could see that riff coming five miles away. Yeah. It was definitely always extreme. Confident sign of trash talking e like Jalen Ramsey type defense, and that's like a cool personality for defense to have. But you can see I mean it happened with the Seahawks significantly better team with a better defense when they were good that like a good defense and less. Good offense that practice against each other every day. There's going to be some contempt that like enters into that relationship. I wouldn't rule them out going forward. They have so many good players. It's just like they need a new quarterback. And they may need some new coaches, and they made an attitude adjustment. But I don't know. What do you think? I I don't think. So there's a couple of reasons one I think the defense stuff like way when you're winning all the all that stuff. That's great. But then it can curdle. It's curdled curdle the Denver curdled in in Seattle. It always seems to happen. Right. And it's just having being at a much like a galactic or speed in Jacksonville. The cage joy about Bortles. And the other thing is that Shawn Watson is back. He's back back, and it's fucking awesome. Yeah. So there's like. A good team in that division now that much harder. Good team. It's poorly coach in that division. And then also Andrew luck is back like we haven't. They haven't really had a showcase game where we could sort of discuss it. But the fact that he is on pace to throw more passes than anybody, which is not great for his health, but just to see him back and actually being productive and having a working running game. And he's not getting sat at the rate that he used to get sacked is a genuinely wonderful story that's going to if they win a few Borges. It has such a shit has say, they're still bad, but still bad. But the fact that he I think it's relatively miraculous that that he's back. And I think that you know, if. It was over. I thought it would be like another couple of years of thrashing around and like sad preseason games. Like, I thought it was like the RG three. Yeah. And it's not which is excellent. Because like Andrew I wouldn't use the word cool to describe him. But like he's good as hell. And like, you sure fun to watch when he's when he's right? So I think he's I think he's kinda cool. I think he's a cool guy. Like, he's the Gomer. Like, I like that. There's like the total Googlers like that can be really good quarterbacks. This amazing how I can fall for those near he wants to be an architect one day guy..
"rothe" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Surge rothe In a sentimental mood and happy birthday l. I do all, you know, musicians You've, seen him on the, nightly show Larry Wilmore and live at Gotham on comedy central ladies and gentlemen Mike, yard All right Thank you guys so. Much man what an. Awesome show What thank you guys for having me, man and I love. The energy and here you know. That's always good comedy You know sometimes you don't get the right energy and people don't realize hard this job is, a tough job talk gotta make a room full, of people with. Problems Think about, it there's a lot of problems in this room right now you. Know what I'm saying some people. Waiting on, test results they don't know they might have Little bit of time I? Gotta make you forget whether you. Have it or. Not that's hard Staff it's not like. When you're a singer, now I'm not trying to disrespect singers actually. Wish I had that talent I'm awesome and karaoke but that's. About it I can't sing but I do respect singers but here's the thing most times when you go see a singer is because. You already know their music right there's no reason no pressure on that singer because you're coming because you love them and have. The time you go. To concert they don't even sing the song you ever got a concert and. They keep starting the song. Off and let you finish it, you have experienced that these singers have found a magical trick where they don't. Gotta. Do any work they start. Off every dog my, mind telling me no And your lie Next thing you know you saying the whole album and he got paid five hundred thousand dollars I can't do that as. A comedian I can't come on stage it'd be like yo so I was on the subway Now. You guys don't know that one It's gonna be a long night I love this. Job, I can't do anything else I what am I? Going to get a. Real job. I can do that I. Can't I tried. Having a job I really did I, used to be in the matrix but I. Had to get the hell out M matrix it's scary man, I don't know how you guys doing man You. Know what it is it's too. Many rules, and you got a job I'm not a big rule person you know like, I don't break the law because I. Don't want to go to jail, but I'm not big on unnecessary rules so when you have a job, it's a lot of unnecessary, rules like. Most jobs, want. Their like eight nine o'clock in the morning Why why Why am I here at? Eight o'clock I'm not gonna work at eight o'clock on. My? Hair I could have had my coffee? And my bagel at home you just making me uncomfortable While I ate my breakfast. Because I'm gonna eat my. Breakfast and that meeting don't start at my. Breakfast is done I'm telling you right now I'll be in. There and finished my bagel Unnecessary, too many unnecessary roles and he got then they want you there for like eight hours right minimum most jobs want you there the minimum amount they want this is ridiculous what eight how what is nothing. In my life that I. Wanna do for eight hours in a row But? As? A ridiculous amount of time to do anything as one third of my day let's do math I believe I'm correct that, is one third Of my day right then I am. Forced to spend around, a lot of people. I don't really like Let's be real everybody in, here I got at least one person at your job that? You look at every day and you're like what are they. Gonna fire this little If you're not laughing your that person To be nicer to your coworkers I'm just saying eight hours. Too much time to do anything let me give you a better, example. While there's too much time right I have a son. And I love my son death. I would die for my son. That's how much I love him somebody grabbed both of us and what are you guys gotta die. And other one gets to live I'm not gonna look, at my son and be like so what you think Even though I said because my, life is way better Like if we put lives I don't really do nothing I'm here making people. Laugh you know he's playing, place as it right now I think. I had more but I'm not gonna do it Ten. Years later.
"rothe" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"To planet, m dot com. Today, planet him or big ideas and mobility are born. This is marketplace. I'm KAI Ryssdal. The crisis in Venezuela is economic in origin, but human in nature. If that makes any sense the currency, the boulevard has imploded. Inflation is set the hit a million percent. This year. There's a shortage of food and medicine, and almost everything else the United Nations estimates more than two million Venezuelans have just left some of them to Miami many more though to Brazil, Colombia and Peru, whereas the BBC's Katie wants reports, there are some challenges to be faced. Rothe had south from the Colombia. Venezuela, Buddha is the start of the Mike and trail too many. Every day, hundreds of Venezuelans walk this route struggling with suitcases wheels will wear out long before that journeys over. We've stopped in a roadside cafe when oil on the walls messages of thanks to the owner of the cafe, David of written as well on banknotes which of course worth nothing. Now in Venezuela on one note in particular says with, because we're fighting for a better life Arseneau families, and we thank everybody who can help us on one of the women who signed the letter says that she has a little boy who's just twenty five days old Dona. Marta is the cafes, the nausea, mutual, and run. And it's Kim by that same you. She says many of those who calls by a children pregnant women. She helps them any way she can majoria even is What what I'm I'm only getting getting anymore. lucky via the very thin emaciated. Many have been broadened. So they are rife with just one change of clothes. Feather along the road of Red Cross health center is Oakland says. Run does renew Guardia's. Accounts at Madonna isn't feeding very well. She's being Woking for two days. It's all too much for her mother medium who's holding a hand. They'll kick in brilliance able. From what we want is an opportunity. I used to work as a teacher and Wade lift because we would desperate. There's no future in Venezuela, please help us find work. Outside a crowd gathering dozens of Venezuelans clambering into cargo lorry that paying three dollars each to catch an eagle ride that will take into the next town. It's a foot shooting for them, but it avoids long wool. In the cold mountains. Hypothermia is a real threat. Well, many Venezuelans try luck finding what it's becoming harder with more and more people fleeing their increasingly moving further south to places such as Ecuador and Peru at the same time countries at tightening that borders over the weekend, Peru said Venezuelans would be possible. It's to enter causing a rush of migrants trying to cross before the regulations came into force or so. Louis. Was one of them. He asks us can leave voice message for his cousin back in Venezuela. He wants to let no, he made it to the Buddha just in time to get his stumps. And I do at at doing my plans to get a job so I can help them and family bogging Venezuela has far more opportunities. Fleeing a promised land. But one that with its border, getting harder to cross will become unattainable for many who still making the long Audrius, Johnny south. The BBC's Katie Watson..
The Israel Hour: August 19, 2018
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"rothe" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Ranch house Rothe curlicue, Laverton North Texas to fifty seven a gallon, the stretch of triple, digit heat putting twelve thousand homeless people in Texas at risk at our. Calling shelter in Dallas pastor Wayne Walker says he's seen? More people come in with heat exhaustion and heart, issues impre forum and then get actively involved in seeing how. To help them we always discourage giving money to a panhandler is. It usually, people aren't gonna use it for good things but to give him a bottle of water out your window, shelters been staying open extra hours to handle the spike in demand Walker says nonprofits have been working together to send out volunteers to find. People who've been sleeping outside in the. Heat the city of Lewisville issuing new restrictions on outdoor watering because of a broken pump at the city's water treatment plant all across North Texas a green lawn is made more difficult In this weather in Lewisville long standing water restrictions mean you can only water. Two days a week is a constant battle between after dusk and fighting with the mosquitoes but so is it gets cool. I come. Out and start the stranglers lewisville's water usage is way up right now we're putting, out every bit of water that, we can put out the city's water treatment plant a pump which pushes out ten. Million gallons of water, a day burned out our biggest concern here, is not so much, the pump things break it's the fact that water consumption is going up. And going up a lot in response the city of? Lewisville is asking residents to further conserve water at, least through tomorrow the pump broke down we have backups but. All the other pumps take a lot more pressure a lot more. Work to, do and if a second pumper to break down we'd have a real situation how costly one at two, hundred eighty thousand dollars a year having to buy water would be much more expensive than any single law is still not completely bar with, restrictions in place preventing that is an Uphill battle with the territory but I say hey look looks and lo que fixing the burned-out water pump will cost the city of Lewisville more than forty thousand dollars the repairs are expected to be finished sometime tomorrow In Lewisville death. He's. NBC five research, from a group of cardiologists across the nation, suggest if you're going to drink coffee and tea do so regularly. But CBS's Ellison key says drink they think you should avoid cardiologists and. Lead study author Andrew Freeman.
"rothe" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"So so anyway so i go on rothe a few loads here towels and stuff because that was the problem was the the dryer i mean nearly caught on fire it failed the laundry room full of smoke in shut shutdown route before share it was leaving right before the big graduation party this past weekend in birthday party and show so i knew it was done so that that meant they were towels that now had laid around and need to be washed again then drive concern handle in washington dry towels not big deal and so so go in put them in a dryer and i and i go back in there and of course you know all these i mean it's got so many sensors on it yeah just worried about everything it's like something came off spatial right i mean he's just worried about tomase also now look red red light shake man has already so then i read up a little bit that it says which i think is not called for is that it will also do that just reminds you to keep cleaning the fill the filter so i got out cleaning offs restarting the net lot went off so i can't figure out is it check back there where we got you know the in and marcus is a pro i mean he he even told me said i've learned over the years not you don't need to have too much pop back there because it's easy to kane having i really would rather have a small amount we don't have a lot of twists and turns you gotta get your good asker but then i thought but it could be the way beyond what they did yesterday the whole thing might just need a little book a little blowout i had one of those things when they built the house about seventeen eighteen years ago i hate the format that they went to and we we changed it is where it would blow everything down into.
Arizona, Ceo and Ibm discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"For the sixty four gig version comes in black or blue and eight forty nine for the one hundred twenty gigabyte variant which comes in blue only in the uk and europe only the sixty four gig model is available for now and will cost seven hundred pounds and eight hundred euros respectively president trump may find z t e enforced management changes as an alternative to the current sevenyear ban on us firm supplying parts t which has affected broken z t's business members of congress accused the president of making a deal with a company that has already admitted to violating sanctions on iran trump said that us technology companies have also been hurt by april commerce department decision that prohibits them from selling components doozy t the president put the possible find number at up to one point three billion dollars but didn't give details on the legality of this move cisco's talos intelligent group says that more than half a million routers and network devices in fifty four countries have been infected with malware called vp and filter which contains kill switch for routers conceal loggins and powell words and can monitor industrial control systems vpn filter has infected routers in ukraine in particular with a spike in infections in the country on may eighth and may seventeenth the researchers say that routers from lynxes microtek net gear and teepee link are all affected and that the mauer shares many of the same codes used in known russian cyberattacks and called the attack likely statesponsored uber shutting down testing of self driving cars and era zona after one of its cars killed a pedestrian in a march accident in an internal email uber executive eric may hope for rothe at uber would be shifting its focus to pittsburgh where the company's been testing selfdriving carson's 2016 and san francisco were headquartered the company hopes to resume testing and pittsburgh this summer after all testing was grounded following the accident about two hundred employees jobs in arizona will be affected by this change finally ibm ceo ginny romney plans to create eighteen hundred jobs of the next two years in france and areas like a blockchain cloud computing and iot.
Rival Korean leaders to meet in historic summit
"At night from the revolution softwash news center wpro providence a cumulus station historic summit tragic loss i'm elliot francis north korean leader kim jong un and south korean president moon jaein will hold their first summit in more than a decade on april twentyseventh correspondent alexandra field reports on the diplomatic front happening rapidly after months of escalating tension on the peninsula now the two men who have led the delegation to the dmz today and apparently agreed on this date they're the same menu precipitated some of these elements when they met back at the dmz in january after that we had the announcement the north korean olympic delegation would be going to the olympics in chang south korea and then it was from there that we heard that there would be this south korean north korean summit and after that it was the south koreans who extended the invitation of kim jong un to president donald trump who accepted this invitation to sit down with the north leader it's only the third time such a meetings taking place in northern california search russo looking for three missing children of a family killed when their car plunged off a cliff and into the ocean investigators have already found the bodies of the two parents and three of their six adopted children at accident happened monday off california's pacific coast highway already toronto bill cosby on sexual assault charges is set to begin in philadelphia sometime next week steve kastenbaum has a preview of more than just some house cleaning that has to take place before jury selection can begin next week the judge has to rule on a defense motion that aims to prevent jurors from hearing about a phone conversation cosby accuser andrea constand had with her mother about the alleged incident thomas mezro argued that it amounts to hearsay he also wants the judge to recuse himself from the trial the defense lawyers said because judge steven o'neill's wife works with victims of sexual harassment and sexual assault at u penn it might influence the judges views on the matter i'm steve kastenbaum l film actress stormy daniels is trying to compel president trump to answer questions on the rothe lawyer filed the motion seeking a question trump about a payment made to daniels before the two thousand sixteen election i'm elliot francis i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to geico i feel like a whole new person disclaimer you will not become a whole new person.
"rothe" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Fun hazy singing about me seas uh i don't sleep b serbs orient have now then now then free see the proper having snoop or foreign half tattoo silent here snoop do is that both the falcons in the rams are gonna want to see it the rothe can come out of the locker room to watch quite quieter buddy john kincaid has been sports talk show host in atlanta for as long as i can remember and he's nice enough to come on now because we know nothing about the falcons john we appreciate you do in this man are houria i'm glad to be all of you guys how are you today you ready for new we're ready for snoop man see we bring the big gun john weaves we specifically hired him to distract the falcons in case you of a lead at halftime you by the way will appear in a cloud of let's just call it smell of smoke yet lewis spoke so go one new pair get good weather on the podcast with jack quite a few times and i got to be boys with newport the podcast because his favourite television show of all time with soap opera one life to live no and i told them i feared one life to live the pictures that they showed during the opening credits were all of my hometown but outside of philly is that right yes so all my children and one life to live with both based on suburban philly towns and snoop oh from that point on we were on the same five being the dog where you are we we should share with the audience we are whenever we.
"rothe" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Cynics out there who hate the bible had god hate religion a christian say churches here is what i say a wrote thousands of years ago how is the faithful city become a harlot sheet it was full of justice righteousness lodged in her but now murderers okay that doesn't apply how about when isaiah rothe is vice silver has become draws by wine mixed with water lie princes are rebellious and companions of thieves everyone love with bribes and follow with after rewards they judged not the fatherless nord dot the cause of the widow come onto them meaning there's no justice there's no compassion and was then as now i liked the old testament in that regard i like this one from isaiah the vile person shall be no more cold liberal i did make that one up in the bible live vile person shall be no more call liberal the vile person will speak villainy and his heart will work iniquity to pry anywhere yet i sounds preach i get it but when the of the you know when the that time and i talk about burning man i talk about the new moreno jews what's a moreno ju i'll tell you know the time so the devoutly religious actors in hollywood i liked them aranaud jus i right they hide their faith to keep their jobs to keep from being vanish from hollywood society if they said they believed in god that the generates would call them kkk members nazis deplorables and run them out of town and of course the good tolerant liberals would gang up on those christians see it is in the book a little bit about hollywood i have to hide your religion and i actually i explain how they i liked the moreno jusin spang the mirages live during the inquisition when the catholics were killing anyone who didn't follow their way you have to bite ways of the virgin here we'll have to know what the fanatical muslims at doing those who have not evolved a very much like the christians that in the middle ages and i say they were very much like the radical muslims today in the middle ages yes there is precedent for what the radical muslims have doing today i noticed the emphasis on radical either you believe in what the catholics believed in or they killed you they let you convert but if you didn't they burned you what.
"rothe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Let me ask you something a real one thing from i need all of you cynics out there who hate the bible had god hate religion a christian say churches here is what i say a wrote thousands of years ago now is the faithful city become a harlot she that was full of justice righteousness lodged in her but now murderers okay that doesn't apply how about when isaiah rothe is vice silver has become draws like wine mixed with water like princes are rebellious and companions of thieves everyone love with bribes and follow with after rewards they judge not the fatherless nord dot the cause of the widow come onto them meaning there's no justice there's no compassion there was then as now i liked the old testament in that regard i like this one from isaiah the vile person shall be no more cold liberal i didn't make that one up it's in the bible vile person shall be no more call liberal the vile person will speak villainy and his heart will work iniquity to pry anywhere yet i sounds preach i get it but when the other you know when the of that time and i talk about burning man i talk about the new moreno jews what's the moreno ju i'll tell you know another time so the devoutly religious actors in hollywood are like the moreno jus i right they hide their faith to keep their jobs to keep from being banished from hollywood society if they said they believed in god that the generates would call them kkk members nazis deplorables and run them out of town and of course the good tolerant liberals would gang up on those christians she it is in the book a little bit about hollywood you have to hide your religion and i actually i i explain how.
"rothe" Discussed on WDRC
"The faithful city become a harlot she that was full of justice righteousness lodged in her but now murderers okay that doesn't apply how about when isaiah rothe is vice silver as become draws by wine mixed with water like rebellious and companions of thieves everyone love with bribes and follow with after rewards they judged the fatherless nor dot the cause of the widow come onto them meaning there's no justice compassion it was china's now i liked the old testament in that regard i like this one from isaiah the vile person shall be no more cold liberal i did make that one up in the bible vile person shall be no more call liberal the vile pipes and we'll speak villas and his heart will work inequality to pry anyway it i sounds preach i get it but when the of the you know when the of that time and i talk about burning man i talk about the new marando jews moreno zhu i'll tell you another the time on cash giant so the devoutly religious actors in hollywood are like the moreno jus i write may hide their faith to keep their jobs to keep from being banished from hollywood society if they said they believed in god the degenerates would call them kkk members not seize deplorables and run them out of town and of course the good tolerant liberals would gang those christians see it is in the book a little bit about hollywood i hide your religion and i actually i i've seen how they are like the merono jusin spang the marana jews lived during the inquisition when the catholics were killing anyone who didn't follow their what you have to buy we need the version here who have to know what the fanatical muslims of doing though of not evolved a very much like what the christians that in the middle ages and i say very much like the radical muslims today in the middle ages yes there is pressing and for what the radical muslims of doing today i noticed the emphasis on radical either you believe in what the catholics believe these or they killed you they let you convert but if you didn't they burns you at the stake or had you drawn and quartered there were similar to isis that's historical reality southern will rhinos converted to christianity out with out would lead to avoid being killed but secretly they practise their judaism.
"rothe" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Faithful city become a hot she that was flawed justice righteousness lodged in her but now murderers okay that doesn't apply how about when isaiah rothe is silver has become draws like wine mixed with water like princes are rebellious and companions of thieves everyone love with bribes and follow with after rewards they judged not the fatherless nord dot the cause of the widow come onto them meeting uh no justice there's no compassion it was then as now i liked the old testament in that regard i like this one from isaiah the vile person shall be no more cold liberal i did make that one up in the bible the person shall be no more call liberal the vile person will speak villainy and his heart work iniquity to pry anyway it i sounds preach i get it but the you know one near that time and i talk about burning man i talk about the new moreno jews what's a moreno ju i'll tell you know the time i'll tell you know giant so the devoutly religious actors in hollywood are like the moreno jus i right they hide their faith to keep their jobs to keep from being banished from hollywood society dave they said they believe in god the degenerates would call them kkk members nazis deplorables of town and of course the good tolerant liberals would gang up on those christians see it is in the book a little bit about hollywood are you have to hide your religion and i actually i explain how they i liked them aranaud jusin spang the moronta jews live during the inquisition when the catholics were killing anyone who didn't follow shall you have to bite ways of the virgin here we'll have to know what the fanatical muslims those who have not evolved a very much like what the christians that in the middle ages and i say they were very much like the radical muslims today in the middle ages yes and for what the radical muslims today noticed the emphasis on radical either you believe in what the catholics believe they are they killed you they let you convert but if you didn't they burn mistake or had you drawn and quartered there were similar to isis that's historical reality southern rhinos converted to christianity out with outwardly to avoid being killed but secretly they practise their judaism.