21 Burst results for "Saunder"
"saunder" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"I'd like to blend together like the ancient or the historical and the contemporary. So i'd probably do something like john. Cow than kevin van hoosier. And i'm just because i'm reading her right now and i think it'd be fine and she's a bar scholar and she's contemporary catherine saunder. She would. it's like she is lights out and she's blowing my mind right now and so. I feel like that would be a really. You'd have the bar component you'd have hoosier who is isn't that reform space but knows contemporary theology. And then you'd have calvin. That would be a fun table. I think to be up up to be a logical smackdown like you didn't pit people in other at your table for a fun dinner. I'm looking for a fun. Dinner with with three theologians. John calvin and jacob armenia's right right luther luther end anybody but luther at the table with anybody and it's about to go down. Well listen. We got more questions than we could have possibly address. We went an hour and there are a lot more questions that we just couldn't get to we do have. I'll just tell you this. Let me just signal to you. Wink wink nod nod. There will be another. Qna episode that will release before the spring so win it will release. I cannot tell you now by our no one knows the day or the hour but if you want to hear us talk three more questions. There's another one that will come out. Patriot users get that one ahead of time. If you want to join the conversation you can find us on social media.
"saunder" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"I'd like to blend together like the ancient or the historical and the contemporary. So i'd probably do something like john. Cow than kevin van hoosier. And i'm just because i'm reading her right now and i think it'd be fine and she's a bar scholar and she's contemporary catherine saunder. It's like she is lights out and she's blowing my mind right now and so. I feel like that would be a really. You'd have the bar component you'd have hoosier who is isn't that reform space but knows contemporary theology. And then you'd have calvin. That would be a fun table. I think to be up up to be a logical smackdown like you didn't pit people in other at your table for a fun dinner. I'm looking for a fun. Dinner with with three theologians john calvin and jacob armenia right right luther luther luther at the table with anybody. And it's about to go down. Well listen we got more questions than we could have possibly address. We went an hour and there are a lot more questions that we just couldn't get to we do have. I'll just tell you this. Let me just signal to you. Wink wink nod nod. There will be another. Qna episode that will release before the spring so win it will release. I cannot tell you now are no one knows the day or the hour but if you want to hear us talk three more questions. There's another one that will come out. Patriot users get that one ahead of time. If you want to join the conversation you can find us on social media.
"saunder" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Go past the classic turkey and gravy approach. You might tire up soon after the holiday one way to use a lot of your ingredients to make soup or chowder. Soups are a great way to hide and cram a bunch of ingredients. Saunder says saunders says a good cross utilization strategy will save you money in the long run before you know it. You've gone a week and you actually have eaten the same turkey. But you're not as tempted by the second or third day to just go out because you're tired of eating leftovers because it doesn't feel like leftovers you do actually end up using every single ingredient that you normally had with traditional thanksgiving number three. Skip the wine not the fun. A cocktail can go further than individual bottles of wine or other beverages. When you're thinking about adult or alcoholic beverages the instinct is to just pick up wine and beer saunder says but a punch is a great way to get a really great bang for your buck well. This tip might go even further in future years. When bigger gatherings reenter the picture there are many fon cocktail recipes that can be different and more cost efficient than the usual beer and wine approach. It's a little more interesting and fun but a lot more cost effective and definitely better than getting a lot of individual bottles of wine that you think whoever's coming over might like it's simple it's affordable says saunders number. Four turkey isn't mandatory if turkey is in your cup of tea. There's no rule saying you can't have another type of meat. That may also be more cost effective like chicken or pork and there's quote also nothing wrong with going completely vegetarian nine times out of ten. Someone messes up the turkey anyway. Saunder says and if the pandemic is preventing you from meeting with your normal thanksgiving group. Saunders says it might be a good excuse to test drive a vegetarian thanksgiving. If you're interested. But if turkey is your tradition. Saunders recommends checking out wholesalers cosco or sam's club for the best prices. Another option. you might overlook is buying just a turkey breast or even a half turkey if you can't get that at a major grocery store. Try a local butchers market bottom line. However you celebrate thanksgiving doesn't have to break the bank checkout next advisors guide for how to save money on groceries and remember it's completely okay to cut back on spending this holiday.
"saunder" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"It is definitely bisky and Brady but still maintains that balance and it's crisp. It's easy drinking and it's refreshing and. All those things that you'd like from a a light lager. Awesome. Beer. Love it. We won't harp on it too much. Maybe I'll throw it on an episode of Prost or something like that. So we can really dive in a little bit deeper but. I WanNa talk briefly on this week's episodes I have like I said, two small kids the smallest the the six month old. Is Getting over a cold and has not been sleeping the last couple of days. So we've been battling that all weekend on top of last week's last week so. We'll. We'll dive into here. So last week, the scheduled show got postponed canceled canceled rescheduled. However you WANNA put it which left the day that was supposed to record open tried to put something together. got home. The wife was stressed. She asked me if I could do it the next day, which is fine. But then the next day came and. The. The six both kids actually weren't feeling. Awesome. So I canceled that night and didn't go record where I thought it was going to record. which was fine because I was planning this weekend on Saturday yesterday on heading to to Saunder and I figured. I could probably put something get together there. find somebody to hang out with and record something really low key And then of course. Saturday. The family still was not feeling great. So Here we are. Me Alone in the basement talking device the health. It's really really It's really difficult some weeks and. not that I don't ever not that I don't want to be creating. Content be at vlag or writing about beer or recording PODCASTS I. Would want nothing more than to be able to do that every single day. But there's just those times that it's incredibly difficult. Even right now being able to it's nine thirty at night The kid is imbedded bed asleep, but the baby is still up. My wife is desperately trying to get the house clean and.
"saunder" Discussed on Pull up a pew podcast
"Go and give us a five star review as of explained a million times. That's how people find us. Okay if you've if you've taken the time to listen just click the five stars. You could find it right there. It's right there on Apple Itunes and it's pretty easy to find. I don't know exactly where they are. But you can also do it with Google android. Just click the five stars for us so we can also be suggested Will grow much much faster because we're also dealing with you guys should know the owl once was lost. Podcast so al. Owi L. Once was lost podcast which were a partner and One half of a tool for missing persons Of the OWL once was lost phone application. So you can get that on. Ios Apple or android on the plate Store you need to get that if you have kids you have elderly parents WITH DEMENTIA. Alzheimer's or you work in a facility. That does anybody. That's vulnerable in any shape or form. Go and get that application. There's only a couple of them and the other ones are no good. This was the oldest one is phenomenal. That's why partnered with them. So what he does is he runs the application. It's free the guy piece Ford out of his own pocket to help protect you and your children. You can do it in real time. Your child goes missing in a store. You could literally upload them within a minute or two and be on the phone with me interviewing in real time giving out specific information. That's even more detail than what you can put into the APP and we can have people that have joined looking for your child and be bringing back your child and putting them into your arms literally before the podcast is even over. Think about that. That's the truth so this is the game changer. So please do that. I look. We don't make anything from this guy's nothing I do though want to bring up. We do have a patriotic for that because we do have to obviously keep the application and it's A. It's a very sophisticated APP. You know this guy you know. We're blue collar people here all right. You know we do all of this out of her own pocket and look. This is this is fun for me to do but the OWL is different. That that's a literal life saving tool and we've got to keep it going properly so you just go to. Www dot patron. That's P Eighty are win dot com Ford Slash. Once was lost podcast. I'm pretty sure it's podcast. Repot I apologize but Patron DOT COM forward slash once loss podcast or once was lost potted. I'm pretty sure it's podcast but look in the show notes right there and please help us with anything. Even if it's just a dollar a month it's going to help to keep that going. In fact we've got a huge added three minute ad That's GONNA be out on the minds of madness flood of your fans of that show. It's a phenomenal really. Well done true crime podcast. They were nice enough. They reached out to us. We didn't even ask. They reached out knowing what we were doing. Knowing that this is a game changer for everybody for the criminology for law enforcement for families that not just for missing people. But we're also GONNA work on cold cases and we're working with some organizations that do that on ones that have the best chance of being solved because we're going to have such a large group of people because it just it just makes sense. It's it's a need if you don't download this and you have kids. I don't know what to tell you. Okay it's not child abuse marketed. Say That that's not true but it's just not fair to the kids again makes no difference to us. I don't know you are. I don't know who I'm speaking to right now. But whoever is listening again if you have kids if you've got parents that are elderly again with Alzheimer's or dementia you work in a hospital For the elderly you And you have somebody that has mental challenged You know maybe with their autistic or anything you know. There's a million different things. Here of people that can go missing. Amber alerts are great so alerts are great but they don't come out immediately. There's precious time there that's lost and then you only get the name. Maybe what they're wearing if you're lucky and a license plate now. How is that going to help you? Unless you're driving behind them literally right on the interstate and then look but not laughing at them. They're a great tool. They're better than nothing but now because parents complained of the missing abducted children and law enforcement. They are backing us. The ones that know we exist. But they're all going to start to know that we exist now and we're going to start to spread and grow very very quickly almost exponentially Dirt because a word of mouth. And that's what we need you guys for. So please go there. Download the application. I then download. The podcast is not like other podcasts. Were we're going to be doing live interviews and as we get moving this even going to be a twenty four hour a day seven day a week deal so even the middle of the night. If your child goes missing were here for you. You will literally be able to upload your child and get in touch with US. One of her host will be on duty and will go live with your information. Okay also. I don't want you to think like you know the entire everybody in the United States all alerted at the same time. You know you'll get alerted if it's within a specific area Of the child going missing or the European going missing or whatever You know because again but if it's over a amount of time because everything is within that first hour guys right if if you do not find a child in the first hour if they're abducted there's only six percent chance they will be found alive. That is unacceptable and I would hope that every one of you would feel the same way that is unacceptable and the way that we fixed that is by downloading this APP. So that if your child does get abducted you can upload them within minutes and you could have literally hundreds of people just in your area within. Let's say twenty miles all searching maybe meant to the thousands. If you're in a city area tens of thousands. Okay all looking for your child that makes that chance and stat go way up as far as US adding the opportunity to find that person to find that culprit. Rustam put him in jail. Put in jail for the rest of Your Life for kidnapper. Whatever whatever it is they did. So that's what we're working on. That's the other thing that's going to become the base core podcast for a Saunder Productions S. O. N. D. E. R. A. Saunder productions. We have a audio book podcast. It's GONNA come out. We've got a live sports podcast. It's GonNa come out with some hall of fame players. It's going to be pretty awesome through a director producer that we know. And then we've got of course. The light saving owl once was lost. Podcast once was lost phone application. That's at the core because that's what we want everybody. We don't care about the rest guys. We really don't. It's not about that in all the Patriot money guys. It goes to charity. It goes to the APP to make sure that it works. And it's going to go to charity to to like private investigators that people can't afford after the police are done in big cities. Sometimes the only have a week maybe less to search for your child or whoever goes missing and then they gotta move onto another case and you're just left sitting there. What are you GONNA do? And you don't have the money to afford to pay a private investigator to go and search twenty four hours a day. Well I'm here to tell you there are organizations. That will do this for you. Okay for free pro Bono so we can hook you up with them. That's the kind of things that were here to do to be a shoulder to lie on. You know we say we like to get out and spread our wings and just wrap them around this nation. And that's we've talked about and just really just grapple than just make sure -cause owls if you know they're up all night and their vision is so good and they can see their prey so nobody would be able to get away with what they had just done if there's an abduction Somebody's dismissing obviously. That's a whole other other story but so please go and get that right now. Don't stop till all of your friends. Everybody needs to get that application. Even if you don't have kids because I guarantee got friends that do okay. So tell them to get it. But let's say they don't have it or they didn't get it in time than maybe you got it. You can glowed the friends child and we could be looking for them right now as we speak again. It's real time. Okay all right guys. I'm just Obviously rambling now. But that was very very important information. Please help us on on patriotic and Look we hear podcasts. Like I brought up before they make millions of dollars. They have huge production companies. They still ask for Patriot funds a mocking out them. It doesn't matter I'm not going to say who it is. That's not right. It's not fair and everybody deserves to make a living. They really do everybody that but when you're literally making hundreds of thousands of dollars per episode and I'm telling you these that like they're small are not and that's what they're making and I can't fathom that especially the ones that work in true crime because they're they're working off of other people's pain and I find that to be a little despicable. There's very good ones. Though I mean I could tons album on got seventy. Podcast had downloaded and I listened to pretty much every one of them. Half of them are true crime. But they're the ones that that do a great job they at least give outnumbers at the end of who to call if you have information or tips things like that. That's what you want to look for those podcasts. So all right guys I'm GONNA stop talking your ear off. We'll get back with you next week. And we'll continue this and The Saga and will even talk about the documentary. That's going to be coming out with those guys are doing and what they're up to over and out on drew..
William Prince on 'borrowing from future happiness' to write new album
"Is voice is like the low rumble of thunder storm on the prairie. His songs a glimpse into the heart of a man who's lived through the broken to come out hole on the other side. William Prince is an initial based singer and songwriter from PEGUIS FIRST NATION IN MANITOBA. His just released the much anticipated. Follow up to his Juno. Winning debut album earthly days. His trajectory is taken him from small stages two major concerts and tours all over turtle island and abroad including opening for the legendary Neil young an icon. Buffy Sainte Marie his new album reliever was recorded in Winnipeg in Nashville and is out now. I'm so pleased to welcome. William Prints back to unreserved for an extended conversation today. Hello My friend Rosanna. How are you? You look a little travel where you good. Oh yeah is it The friendly way of saying how terrible I think it's just the hat I lucked out and I found a half that fits my head and I wear it everywhere now. So that's that's the big change. You look fantastic. No thank you thank you. So let's start with the new record. What inspired you most on this album? Oh boy that That starts the conversation years ago You know Reliever was was born in in stages it was written at so many different times. It was written in real time panic. I say for some part of it. It was written halfway through reflection and then finally at the point of revelation. There there's so many different points Throughout this album that I'm really proud of making it through and being here where we are today on the other side and reliever was really just about collecting and documenting the songs. I was writing while I was going through. You know one of the harder times in my life so far so you were going through some stuff the loss of your father the end of your relationship finding your place as a father to your son. Wyatt what does the name Reliever mean to you? Reliever really stems from the idea of course of treatment. Almost an anti an antibiotic in a sense. You Know I. I think of the songs What they've done for me over time dealing with those those things like grief and separation and total change in one eighty of environment from this point of is this working. Is this something I'm going to be able to do? Is there a place here for me? to now being at a place where. I find myself doing this all the time. My responsibility is become to to be a good dad and be good to my family and make art and it's it's really An incredible thing so that was the faith. I was Kinda holding onto borrowing from your future. Happiness is what I say. You know. Having that faith for win the time would come now. And we'd have this record. I'd be passed the things I was working through and Able to celebrate them rather than live in a state of grief reliever was was born in the concept of love to I. I was thinking about how the greatest Major League. Baseball pitchers in the world will throw a few innings until they're retired for the game and the relief pitcher takes over and says I I got this. I thought you know on those days. When we're with our significant others those we care about say we're not throwing the best game and then that other person can kind of take over so is really borne inside baseball? Metaphor that That grew in complexity and I found the title track itself kind of in the middle of everything and it really started to tie the two halves together. The part where I was living in real time making a diary to my son showing him and letting him know where I was during this time. His infancy And then ultimately showing him that though I was going through this really difficult time Your your dad stayed steadfast and resilient and made it through and I hope that's the kind of man Human BEING HE TURNS OUT TO BE IN THE END William the beauty of your lyrics or that you are so vulnerable you give so much of yourself in your music. Why do you share so much with people? WanNa I think it's what we're most in need of Today is the willingness to be vulnerable insincere. You know more than ever. There's more to consume and more to get over faster than it's ever been. I think the things that still exist amongst the human condition are those themes of love and you know making it through the everyday life and Going through those challenges that we will encounter over the course of our individual lives. I came into the term Saunder over the past few years where you sit and imagine that the complexities of every other individual in the world has a whole history just as long just as an in detail just as thorough just as grand as your own and I think that's a lot that's a lot of hard drive space. You know a lot of files out there to pick through and you know there are a lot of them that are similar from person to person and the ones that are easier to deal with me are speaking about my family and I have no problem because this was my way of coping. This was my chance to deal with these things face on was to write about them in real time and do my future self a favor that I knew that I've survived everything up until this moment and I will continue to survive and thrive in the environment that I've created for myself now and I'm that's a huge privilege. That's that's really something so I chose that while I'm here while people are listening. I'm going to give the most honest and forefront representation of what I feel what I what I'm living through and hopes that it. Will you know? Bring US pass this more superficial more artificial age and get us back in touch with with vinyl records and phone calls and and things like that slowing the pace to appreciate. Just how beautiful human condition actually is now earlier? You had said that in creating this album you had to borrow from your future happiness. What did you mean by that? Well it's really all that faith is I think is I. I was going through like you said the the loss of my dad and Estrangement and not really feeling like I was In a place to ever really even have a relationship again. I thought I'd just be an artist and a great dad now just travel and in a low point truth truthfully. I. I don't want to understate. Just how tough things were I went back to to Peguis are? I lived with my mom for a year. You know I I. I worked on the PEGUIS radio to keep my mind from going crazy and the slower days and drove to the city. Every day to see my son is very opposite. A glamorous was quite testing. It's like what have you done? You derailed yourself from A Post Secondary Education to pursue this dream and so borrowing from future happiness. Was this idea that I would look to the future when the darkness breaks knowing that. I think there's going to be a time when I get to play music all the time to be a recording artist and share my story with you know auditoriums Or even town halls even fifty people at a time. I knew that there was part of me. That wouldn't let go over this dream that I was chasing to be here to to do this for a living so I I with the good faith that it'll probably work out. I think it will work out. I believe enough that it will work out. I'll just watch it unfold so that now when we're here when you're here opening for the Neil Young's of the world and and travelling in. It's not normal to be applauded by thousands of people a Week. You know not everybody gets to to have that and it's really sending the message that my music belongs here. My voice is being heard. And that's everything you hoped for as a songwriter. So I'm as happy as I imagined if not more for certain. This home actually sounds Fairly optimistic you seem more rooted. You've gained some wisdom in the last few years. What do you attribute to that confidence like the the difference? Now I I I was joking that When I made earthly days it was like I hope nobody minds that I'm doing this. You Know Jade Bird says the last thing. The world needs is another narcissist so going from that I wonder if anyone will even hear these songs other than my family and myself and I'll drive around with a CD in my car. And finally feel like I did it. I got an album and I was hoping to to make it outside of Manitoba now. It feels like you know we're GonNa go everywhere but the time it's it's all said and done and to have that in my heart to know that there there's a humble audience waiting for a follow up. It gave me the peace of mind to go into the studio with Scott again and Dave and be in Nashville being when pig. Bring these two pieces of the project together and Believe in my songs from the start not waiting for them to be validated. After I I trusted I knew I'm aware of my abilities. And I record songs and play shows. I was trying to prove that so hard for so long and show that I'm you know Just as valid a songwriter artist as anybody else. And now that we're here. I can just focus on bringing about the Best Art. I can create
"saunder" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"To almost thirty podcast. We started during your transition from our twenties thirties. And now now it's so much more than that so we have events retreats March coming up. Can we do and all the things twenty twenty and we are so grateful. You're here at truly means the world and we're hopeful we can inspire you entertain you make you laugh This podcast we have. Today is really exciting. I feel really special that we were able to connect with Mari Mari. So we're looking forward to it. Yeah we've admired her on instagram for a long time. She was so cool and so many just inspiration during times like I. I remember like following her. During I was like kind of very very in need of those words you know things articulated in a way that like soothed soothed me and she does that and she was just so fun to hang out with we actually recorded does in New York When we were downtown at Saunder and we just had like a cozy condo and just laughed a lot? And what's so cool about her. You know during our interview that that really struck me. There's there's a lot that's very cool about her and her warmth then. Her General Vibe was incredible but I love what I made artists that are so successful and have this huge impact and they truly are just doing doing something they are called to yes. There is nothing beyond that she has always done this sort of art. She has always been someone that expressed herself in this way. Someone that was super thoughtful all someone that was super descriptive with emotions and feelings and has channeled it in this beautiful way on instagram. And then just because she's doing what she loves has millions of followers. Yes it's the coolest like there's nothing beyond that there's no trappings of ego of desire for approval of money and everything like that. It's like doc I just do this because it's me What yeah it's it's a bit really shining example of that magnetism awesome? That happens when you're just like living purpose and inflow so yeah can't wait to get into the interview But I I yeah. I came across this this instagram post from our friend. Rima Lanson I wanted to share. Because it just struck me especially at the beginning of the year you know I do feel like I'm kind of seeking more inspiration Shen than other times but this one I I wanted to read and discuss a little bit. she brie is a AH spiritual teacher. She's a channel She Leads incredible online and in person breath work sessions to unblock parts of your her body and soul So she she says last night in class we explored are blocks as.
Your Weekly World of Warcraft News
"Report a short broadcast by me the awesome known about the world of Warcraft so I've been playing so much classic dry but I kept running into Q.'s when it tried to play instead of waiting for the cue I took my undead road down the old town road and civil pine forest last night. I went to the village to investigate and I played my rogue until I could play yeah no more some players couldn't play the weekend due to some poopie heads who decided to initiate a distributed denial of service attack or DDOS more commonly known against Blizzard and water warcraft oft the attack seemingly slowing down the Sunday so I try to log on in the afternoon in my no major hunted out so I log onto my own dead I was GonNa pay later but the rope up foregin surprisingly even with us for Popeye's chicken sandwiches while classic still is cute on the bigger servers so with this increased demand budget is using one one thing that Popeye's can't ever do the using Larry until phase two of classic and accusations of layer abuse circulating so pushing put in a hot fix to make it where there's an increasing recent cooldown before player move into a new layer it will dickey's overtime on liked the town respect gold coast classic. If using population are getting to you you blizzard is allowing free character transfer specific realms in each reason. I'M NOT GONNA move as an love in the community part of but the demand for classic is exciting and while had reports report that the Brazilian facebook page for what we're craft was talking about promotion to get a free level one ten boost in a copy of BFA forgetting to sixteen classic. The Post has since been removed so this might have been an announcement for Bliss Kahn or the fifteenth anniversary that was leaked to soon all eyes are upon work especially icy veins reports that the wow now is the most weekly hours watch for any given which in the past two years approximately forty seven million hours watched one streamer has taking a break from protesting fortnight's mix to play classic so ninjas joined the fray. You can catch us at twitch. Oh I mean sorry I mean mixture sure dot com slash. Ninja and I forgot my hydro flask one second there we go much better so my friend into news source L. Saunder reports that they saw new march on the wild China site. There's a horde analyst Hoodie while classic mah-jongg set and even awhile luggage set these might just be for China but I hope we see a few these come to the West and the bliscoll nineteen key art has been unveiled tracer takes front and center which makes sense with overwatch new potentially potentially coming aside from the Swiss release that is coming October and behind tracer is Silvana which could mean big news regarding the Banshee Queen and in the article while had I looked at the past Kiara characters in what news was invented. WISCON- for them so time will tell and my watch is telling me that I need to wrap this report so until next time be he awesome.
"saunder" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"Seven eight eight seven eight seven seven seven seven seven eight seven seven. We should around a date but we didn't but that's just the way we do things here I get it. I was not crapping on the beer. I think it's fantastic fantastic four the record so we went camping this last week and so right after this big October Lean Jeremy now are you in crappier your job now no okay no we and and there was a lot of October fest beer in my cooler because I had to go around town buying all these six packs and the I expect that was gone. I'M NOT GONNA name names but it's beer. You're familiar with it because it's delicious especially especially put me in that situation. Now it's it. It's a winner so I mean. I don't know if it's on the same subject but this is why I don't pick favorites. This is why I don't do a beer showdowns because everybody there's there's a place for all these years South love. We were very honored. We had a guest come in today. Who heard you podcast and said Hey? I have to have the best October fest in Cincinnati. That's <hes> just wait until I do go to Mason October. Fest name to sit down with Saunder and explain the big guys. They're gonNA ship luke in Chase Manhattan like standing genome trees so but to many.
"saunder" Discussed on Pull up a pew podcast
"This is the sound of duality this as the sound of a deal and T- molecule as it travels through your body opening you to the knowledge that you seek week. It's also the sound of sheep and bliss wondering this universe and the concept of Saunder as you play a lead role created by these two states of being take take a seat. This is a podcast of all and all you see guests are everything in between enjoy the ride enjoy Oy the duality of each state of being and the very thin line between each welcome..
"saunder" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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Netflix Fights to Keep Its Most Watched Shows
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost owes reporting from the newsroom in London. And for one streaming giant. Will it all come down to a TV show like the office because question does the prospect of not being able to watch the office or friends constantly disturb you to your core? You're definitely not alone. As Netflix fights to keep its most watched shows the journal makes the case for why it's about to have a recurring headache on its hands. That's after these tech headlines. Five G users can go out and buy a couple of expensive coffees for the time being to max because Reisen won't be charging that ten dollar monthly fee for now for as and turned on five service earlier this month in parts of Chicago and Minneapolis saying at the time that it would waive a ten dollar monthly fee for just three months. Analysts have since given mixed reviews of the service fast-forward to Verizon now hitting the pas button, it will waive the fee in markets where the service would launch next as well. As in cities where rollouts have begun Vries and plans to roll out five g service and parts of twenty additional cities, including Phoenix, Detroit and Providence Rhode Island by the end of the year. And the journal says one company may emerge as a billion dollar competitor to Airbnb Airbnb, of course, made strides against travel industry incumbents, but it is now facing its own competition from an emerging group of startups. One of them is saunder an operator. Of rentals markets place for travellers, and it's close to completing an investment round that would value the company at about one billion dollars like Airbnb saunder operates a platform for renting homes for short term. Stays unlike Airbnb saunder takes possession of leases and maintains the properties on its marketplace, including furnishing them the journal says investors, including some who missed out on the opportunity to invest in Airbnb. See a big chance for startups to challenge the incumbent hotel giants and Airbnb which itself is plotting an initial public offering will be one of the stock market's biggest tests the company's last private valuation was thirty one billion dollars coming up how net flicks fights to keep its most watched shows support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte, God com slash look again. Netflix says a growing problem on its hands three of its biggest programming suppliers. AT&_T's Warner media, Walt Disney and Comcast's and B C universal are entering the streaming world. And if that angry mob of friends rerun enthusiasts of earlier this year are any indication. The public's universal message to Netflix is clear don't touch my shows. The Wall Street Journal's a mold Sharma explains. This is a looming threat. I mean, Netflix says, you know, to be clear in a really strong position right now in the entertainment industry. They have nearly one hundred forty nine million subscribers of spending more than everybody, it seems on programming and they have all the momentum. But the fact is that the majority of time spent viewing on that flex is on old shows reruns most of which are made by rival studios, and those companies are are now all launching their own streaming services, and they're going to want some of that content back as it as. These contracts come up with NBC universal launching its own streaming service in twenty twenty net flicks. And the rest of the world may soon have to contemplate life without its number one show. The office at surprising to a lot of people to find out. The office is actually the most watched show on Netflix in terms of time spent it's number one the data shows that the is number one. But it's three percent of all viewing friends is number two. And, you know, the leader board of the top ten is dominated by these classic shows or just shows that are perhaps still on television like NCIS, but the old episodes are watched a lot on that flex you know, that that was one of the surprising findings of his data that we got our reporting for that previously mentioned growing video streaming space. It's about to get a lot more crowded and soon already net flicks is up against Amazon and Hulu in some others and streaming, but you're gonna see Disney enter the market with with a seven dollar a month service that they've already. Done talking about AT and T which owns Warner media. They're planning one that will be built around Warner Brothers and HBO content. They haven't talked about the pricing of it yet. And that should be coming later this year. And then Comcast which owns NBC universal is planning yet another service, which will house its content in that they've released also very few details, but they are they are the owners of the office. So they are the ones who NBC universal is already considering should we bring the office back. And what would that mean? Of course, they're paid a lot of money by net flicks for that show. So there are a lot of questions they'll have to answer. But those those are the the new players where that leaves shows like the office and our other dependencies that come in the form of TV reruns that's up to net flicks. The first test of this was when the friends deal came up Warner Brothers had licensed friends to net and last year that deal was coming up net. Flicks. What they did was they. They basically paid more money. They triple the amount of money. They were paying for friends to keep it for another year. And so it showed that Netflix is aware that these properties are valuable that they're going to probably identify those that they think are really important to their viewers and possibly pay much more to keep them in some cases, and share them and share them with these other Hollywood companies like AT and T and Comcast Disney that are launching these new services. So that was the first test, and we could see more of that more details. Head to wsJcom that does it for the technical briefing for the Wall Street Journal on tiny boost. Just thanks for listening.
"saunder" Discussed on WJR 760
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"saunder" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"So we're. To do on my xactly story, you can hit a drop down. And it says questions, and you can put mo- sometimes I just do ask me any question on that. But this time I was like, hey, here's a box semi secret. And they were flying in. I'd hundred thousand anything. Yeah. So where's the drop down? It's the square win with the plus sign on it. Oh, you know what I learned? You can do you can put a poll up on Instagram. Same. It's in the same there. Okay. The polls pretty cool. So did that offense. Yeah. But I'm glad to be back got off interim for how long. Twenty four. No, no, no, no four days. Probably. Yeah. People thought did the June joy. I still peaked four days, but impose I'd have to post either. I don't wanna be for four days four or five days. Post anything. Right off dancing with the stars tour needed a break bread elders. Doing the flip phone challenge. Saunder than his he has does. That mean, he's just I mean, I got obviously means no apps. No smartphone. No, nothing. But for how long I don't know. Dirks did that I know but I- breath to dress. How go to that hits on a flip challenge? Berkshires get life. Yes. There's changes is like he spends. I don't I'm just making this up. But let's say he probably does like, you know, six days flip foam one day smartphone or something like that. But I don't know what Brett's doing I don't know if it's for twenty nineteen differ January for yesterday. And he's over at him. We're gonna get this. Call on the text line the four oh five number. You do that. Thanks. We have a Tex Granger that we still get the show's over comrades flip phone and ask him how long he's going to be on his phone. You know, what I'm always? Why you don't like calling? Why is this fall? He will. He's our sleep right now. It's true, especially artists. Now, it's after the show early are waking up and a lot of artists did new year stuff. They save their Bakke Shen till now I was talking to artists big artists last night who had asked me a question about some under the art. I'm like two secret person. People ask about other artists take on tour with they'll be like, hey, it's so and so what story on so? And so and I'm like is the big artists now. That wasn't the point of this. I take her taken out a lot of artists open for me over the years of doing comedy raging idiots. So plus you have every artists coming here. They've all but I've seen them on the road to come up through out of the regin idiots or through us to spend time with them on the road. And that's what a lot of. It's about the human part of it. You get to really know a person. And here it's like interview Schmidt or but out on the road, you're with them. And sometimes we've had issues where it's been difficult some people and some people it's awesome with who's difficult..
"saunder" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Yet, another sign of just how divisive this election has become a Texas based group that helps churches get their congregations to vote has had their voting guide hijacked. Jeff Anderson with vision America says someone made copies, but changed the words then mixed into the piles passed out at multiple churches across the state, even if you see on the video who did it unless it's someone that they know and that church they have no we're not going to track them down to guide. Claim tomato. Aurora was pro-life and Senator Ted Cruz went to separate families that the border both of which are incorrect. Michael board. Newsradio twelve hundred w White House. Press secretary, Sarah saunder says are strong economy should be helping Republicans at the polls. Tomorrow market is booming jobs are on the rise wages are on the rise. Every sector of the economy is doing better under this president than it has in decades. Many democratic candidates have been running against the Republican tax overhaul and efforts to repeal ObamaCare. Arguing that the wealthiest Americans have seen the largest benefits under President Trump one year later, the families of the victims killed the Sutherland springs church shooting still coming to grips with that lost twenty six people lost their lives that day. Well, a lot of them were taken to university hospital and university today is marking the date by teaching the public how to provide first aid to people with serious wounds to stop severe bleeding. They're also hoping that we take a moment or two today to donate blood in honor of those.
"saunder" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Welcome back to part time. Genius. Okay, mango. We've talked about Muppets and scandals and Harry Potter. So where do you want to go from here? So I was thinking, why don't we each tell one of our favorite stories and then we can get to the fact off. All right. That sounds good. So I'll let you go first where where do you wanna start. How about with the little roll doll, and as you know, I'm a huge role dolphin. I loved boy, Dan, the champion the world, twits Mathilde, fantastic. Mr Fox, I could list them forever. I thought you went to for a second. But you know, I always figured there was a little auto biography in like how much you dislike principles or certain adults or whatever. But one thing I didn't imagine was that the BF g or the big friendly giant would be based on a real person. That's interesting. And actually just saw the movie recently, but how is that? So I found the story in the telegraph, but do you know how Roald Dahl had this little writing college behind his place? No, I didn't. So he would go back there. It was this tiny little shed. He'd put a blanket on his legs and Sydney chair and right for a few hours every day and sort of this like legendary thing. And and but the BF g. is actually based on this guy named Wally saunder who was this giant of a man and this week, nature builder who dollar actually befriended and also commissioned them to make this hut. And Wally apparently was super, super nice. He had this long wrinkly face a big nose and ears, and as dole put it quote, huge hands like a bunch of bananas. He also had this. Thicke Norfolk accent where he was speak, but no one could really understand him. And he jumbled his words and phrases a lot just like the BF g. but doll particularly noticed when his granddaughter, Sophie started up this friendship with this gentleman, and that's sort of what the whole book is based on. I didn't know that, and I really liked that actually. So what's going gonna end with. I was going to pretty different direction. I want to talk about the real life Kramer back to the the Seinfeld idea. But obviously there's a ton of real stuff and Seinfeld despite what Tristan may believe it is based on Jerry Seinfeld life. There, of course, was a real soup. Nazi elaine's character is loosely rooted and Carol Lee for who Seinfeld dated. And then I think a lot of people know this, but, but obviously Georgia's very much based on Larry, David who really did move in with his parents. He entered a contest like the infamous contest, even quit a job, then realized he needed the money. So he just showed up at work the next day and pretended like he hadn't quit. Stick is hilarious, but these are all real things. But the most interesting character to me, maybe when you think about the real life situation is probably Kramer who is very much based on a guy named Kenny Kramer whose Larry David's neighbor. And there are so many great stories about him. Kenny Kramer is a comedian. An entrepreneur and unsuccessfully ran for office. He also apparently runs this really terrible bus tour on the real Seinfeld experience..
"saunder" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Check it out NBC News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield police are confirming that a gunman is dead after a mass, shooting, in, Toronto Toronto police chief Mark Saunders explained how many. People were shot the other. Fourteen are victims I can tell you that one has succumbed to their injuries at this, point in time A young girl is in critical state right now shooting. Happened in the eastern Toronto neighbourhood, of Greek town. On Sunday night saunder says the suspect who's armed with a handgun exchanged gunfire with, police before he died, police do not have a motive for, the shooting but investigators haven't ruled out terrorism Representative tray gouty is. Calling up the White House we're not being tougher on Russia the president missed I think, a really good opportunity to distinguish the United States from any other country but especially from Russia the South. Carolina Republican told Fox News Sunday, invitations to the White House should be reserved for our allies he says there's a difference between needing to talk with Russia about Syria or other matters and, issuing an invitation to visit, the US county also suggested, members of the Trump administration should consider leaving if their advice is. Being disregarded he says there's a disconnect between the, president, and his. Advisors that cannot continue President Trump was sworn in Iran's president about threatening the US, in, all, caps tweet address to Iranian president Hassan Rohani Trump. Cautioned him never to threaten. The United States or quote you will suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history Have ever suffered, before he added that the US will no, longer stand for what he calls Ruhani's demented. Words of violence and death Trump's tweet. Seems to be a response to, a warning from. Ronnie about risking war with Iran if he pursues hostile policies towards the country director, of national intelligence Dan, Coats is backing away from his reaction, to news of President Trump's White House invitation to Russian President Vladimir. Putin when Costa was told about the invite will being interviewed at the Aspen security forum, last week he jokingly said that's going to be special coats said he'd never meant to be disrespectful to. Trump were to criticize his actions, and the, actress best known for her trying Dubcek on third rock from the sun is died l. Murray Wendell pass away from undisclosed causes at the age, of eighty nine windows donor, confirmed her death on Saturday, you're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio join the.
"saunder" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Ago now we're down to eleven percent you guys do better Hi that you. Know we all have All. Of us is country came. From somewhere somebody moved for. Greener pastures so it's what we, do the, l'armee that drops soaked practically you know over fifty, percents yield thirty year, period and. Intact even more, precipitous drops financial crisis. I think you you really don't something it's amazingly unique to. America and that we were. Very transient we're very nomadic in in we do travel. And we do function in other. Areas we don't mind picking up leaving it isn't that the exceptionalism American DNA and and for it to go down to eleven percent from. What it was just what. You said it was thirty seven percent prior to that is to me. Is someone alarming because the infrastructure Soviet maybe, they're afraid to get on, the bridges but. But that's a very, very concerning number They can't get out. They get stuck where they. Are you know maybe they have parents helping watch their kids maybe they're. On a non transferable state welfare program that, they, they can't get on, a new one You know excuse even. Really figure, out how to sign it next job think. About what a job search is like you know you're going, through career dot com monster dot com Laborious trying to find a job while the probably in some. Cases can't find work can't get motivated to go. Saunder can't pay their bills fair literally dock where they, are and so, we need a tax credit program that incentivizes corporate America it get these people out of where they are so they can. Actually start, believe the American dream again because to me I. Know building. Short DNA DNA is driven by the American, tree that, believe that your children can be, better than you That act really at the center of the American dream from my perspective people stop. Believing that, they end up on. The wall to spare, the wall despair leads to an opioid epidemic alleged the people precipitously dropping out of the, workforce and you made the point on the intro from you know really what, was sixty nine percent you. Know years ago sixty seven, and now down to sixty three. Sixty four kind punk which number you agree with to me back. Initially and now we've got an economy that is. While all Wall Street capitalist and I'm a finance guy, you know I'd, get Wall Street I love Wall Street but all of Wall Street busy talking about the things that can tip the economy Really main street when I'm looking at sort of a cross twelve Main street that's gonna tip the economy. To labor shortage is going to take the, economy Not being able to take, on work because, I, don't, have the workers became expand it, businesses suffering from wage. Inflation not wage growth not hey I want wanna pay that guy walk better wage inflation have there's? A difference between, you to pay. More just to get them get them into something right, so, you really. You really suffer the whole economy suffers. Because, of it all the, very very very fascinating we're gonna. Have to get, you back unfortunately we're out, of time, but we could've, gone on forever on, this point we. Really appreciate your passion real patient what you're doing helping entrepreneurs get money investing..
"saunder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The heavy guns and the infantry the goal was to indirectly tell the story of the american expeditionary force through their eyes and these are some of the most exceptional and i think interesting stories of the war war it's everything from the trenches to charles leo o'connor who's a boiler man in the bowels of the the uss mount vernon in his ship is struck by a torpedo in literally tens of thousands of gallons of water are rushing in and he has to make a splitsecond decision does he save the four men in the room or does he save his ship or does indices save himself and he has to close a watertight door before all is lost did any of these men cross paths during the war they did and several of battles they they kind of cross paths and this the the story this book tells the story of these individuals very cinematic dramatically and the through line of the book is also ernest janssen's fortyninth company of the raines who fight in every major battle but these guys linkup indirectly for instance corporal thomas saunders who's a native american indian and native americans are sort of treated stereotypically they're looked at his into indestructible in given some of the toughest jobs of the war he's a scout but also a wire cutter to breach the enemy wire any sent out front and he encounters younger group for instance in the field artillery support him but these men cross paths in saunder stories incredible he's this native american indian that that breaches the wire under you know certain death conditions a forlorn hope a suicide mission and is able to capture sixty three german prisoners practically singlehandedly was there a significant a native american roles generally speaking in this war they were you know i think that this book explores that sort of hidden history many of these men strikingly were not even american citizens and they were still fighting for us i mean that's an incredible and the they're they're they're fighting they're they're incredibly heroic and i think there's a there's a very strong healing a story with the tomb of the nfc soldiers well.
2018 NBA playoff race
"Espn radio sportscenter i'm kevin winter three nights left in the nba triangular season they're shortly going to be too because we're almost john staple center i have to say almost because the games on our network there's nine minutes to go in the nba anything is possible just as kevin garnett but the pelicans lead the clippers fights twenty new orleans is nine zero five away from wrapping up a playoff berth that would mean out of the sixteen playoff spots fifteen would be quite in minnesota in denver would play on the final night of the regular season the head to head winner take all loser go home saunder tonight beat miami one fifteen ninety three russell westbrook another triple double he had eighteen rebounds ross if he gets sixteen boards in the final game of the season he would average a triple double for a second consecutive seasons san antonio rallied to beat sacramento were they a thirty eight point fourth quarter spurs ninety eight eighty five san antonio's go to the playoffs for the twenty first consecutive season that would tie the trailblazers some eighty three to two thousand and three for the second longest streak in nba history janvrin minnesota ball did win let's up sets up their head to head on the final night of the year wins in new york one twenty three one nine tabs will host the knicks on the final night they need a win in philly lost to milwaukee in order to get the three seed if not the sixers beat the box phillies the three in the east to god's join us tuesday our favorite day of the week just don't tell them greg cote he's in his our guest co host and ron mcgill join us at noon eastern to talk animal that's day in the dan le batard show with me stugotz on espn radio you gotta have already giancarlo stanton new york yankees so far in the first.
"saunder" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Zero two two five seven five three nine six edward your next thanks for calling well problem was twelve but barney saunder said was it libertarian gary johnson joel stein american move ever independent whatever party and hillary clinton and unfortunately see she voted for the iraq war you know and of those people to all those other people other than hillary for either making marijuana policy something that would be stuff to the states or legalizing entirely clinton that game wavering answer you know so you know she's she's still three million those well then they should they should have a popular vote win our best but if there was a pop well we should get rid of the electoral college in every other country is called the vote do we use the phrase popular they would've campaign in new york and california and no states get maybe get another five hundred thousand votes here or there i don't think they would have won david trump only one the three states that pushed him over the top by seventy thousand votes they issues you know states for four or trade show here where he was now the t v like budding and to a place like libya and voting for rack adler said he didn't give any speeches to wall street so you'd have a candidate bail in those those rush belt states do me a favor i gotta take a break do you wanna finish up on the other side okay well thanks for calling appreciate poke that got the break right here sarlat lounge presents an easing progressive box.