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"schwarze" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"All four will be recognized during the university's may 13th graduation ceremony, along with another student who recently died in a car accident. The man accused in their deaths, Ryan Coe burgers charged with four counts of first re murder and burglary. It's como forest Mary Nam. And the University of Washington project conducted in San Diego is pushing for widespread use of a laminated wood in earthquake prone regions like Washington state. A 120 foot tall mass timber building withstands two earthquake simulations and a span of 5 minutes. The first simulated the strength of the 6.7 magnitude northridge quake of 1994, the second was the equivalent of the 7.7 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan in 99. It's definitely like the tallest fully mass timber building where we have no concrete or steel like structural elements. UW doctoral student Sarah witch men reports the top of the structure moved about a foot and the entire building was undamaged. She says that's a better result than tests of similar reinforced concrete buildings. Excited for the future of potential using this. System. Jackie Kent, come on, news. It's two 40 and we check in with the Beacon plumbing sports desk where Bill Swartz sits, Mariners ramping up a home stand with the day game against first place Texas, and at the top of the 8th rangers four Mariners two, schwarze got to Seahawks are not playing games in Europe this fall, huh? Last year, Seattle flew halfway around the world to play a regular season football game in Germany. The NFL gives the Seahawks a break in the 2023 international schedule. The Jacksonville Jaguars will play twice in Europe, October 1 against Atlanta, October 8th versus buffalo. Tomorrow, we get the full National Football League schedule. The Stanley Cup second round playoff between Seattle and Dallas now a best of three affair. The stars used to forgo second period outburst to defeat the kraken 6 to three at climate pledge arena. Jaden Schwartz, tallied a pair of goals, but Seattle was a step slow most of the game. Well, we didn't get to our game
"schwarze" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Live from the rich eisen show studio in Los Angeles. What is your sense of Rogers participation of the spring? He's present and when I say present, I mean he's fully engaged and it's really cool just to watch him operate from play to play and in the way he works. Earlier on the show. Chargers, general manager, Tom telesco. Still to come. Falcons general manager, Terry fontenot, NBA on TNT analyst, Kenny the jet Smith and now. It's rich Isaac. Power number two of the rich eisen show is on the air. We just chatted with Tom telesco the general manager of the Los Angeles chargers in just a matter of seconds I'll be saying hello to the general manager of the Atlanta Falcons Terry fontenot and then an hour three Kenny the jet Smith will be joining us from the great city of Atlanta, where he will be getting set to head inside the NBA studios once again for not one but two game 5s tonight that are pivotal as we like to call them. They're either decisive as the Lakers at warriors and heat at Knicks, maybe later on this week, but tonight's games are pivotal because this series pivots on it. Somebody's going to go up three games to do and whoever does that has an 80% chance of winning their series. We'll talk about that with Kenny the jet Smith, who's got a new book out. On his life, that's coming up. 8 four four two O four rich is the number to dial here on the rich eisen show Chris brockman and Mike del tufo in their spots TJ Jefferson in his spot. Give us a call if you want this out. We've got some time for you. But joining us right now on our guest line is the general manager of the Atlanta Falcons, Terry fountain, how you doing, tell you? Rich, I'm great. Always appreciate you having me. Look, speaking of jet, I watched you run this year. Yes, sir. And first of all, it's really cool what you do for saint Jude. Thank you. The money you raise. Thank you. And with the kids that were on the video that really inspiring us so it's really awesome. Thanks. Appreciate that. Now, but as we get to the year, there is. You're getting slower. Because you were a couple of years ago you were subset and I don't know. I don't know if you have a running coach, but your form, there's no gate. It's like you're real tight in the hips and you don't really open up. So what are we doing to get better, man? Well, great question, Terry. Let me take this one at a time. First of all, thank you about the fundraising. Secondly, you seem like a very smart with it individual. So do you think I've got a running coach? Terry? You definitely have a run. You have to have a running coach. All right, let me write that down. No, I do not. And what am I going to do to get better? So you don't prepare, you just show up and run. Yeah, that's what I do. By the way, you sound like my wife right now, okay? That's literally what she's constantly Susie's constantly saying, you got to train, you got to do this. You got to do that. Next year is my 20th run, my 20th. I'm going to trust me. Next year, you're going to see me shooting up your draft board. Next year. Let's get you let's get you a running post. Let's get you in some yoga, some flexibility. Okay. Open up that gate. Let's try to improve. Let's get your best time this year. How about that? I like it. You know what? It needs to be done. Just get Arthur Smith on my case. He strikes me somebody's got some stick to it. You know what I mean? I'm going to do that. He'll get after you. He'll get you going. You know, I kind of felt like Peter schwarze had sometimes in my interviews with him. I feel like I'm boring him. Terry. You know? You're never boring, man. You never listen to a lot of your shows, you're never for. You and Arthur comes on. He gets those zingers in there every now and then on me. Yeah, he gets after you. Does get after me. Let's jump in about your draft. I love bijan Robinson. I thought you should take him. I'm glad that you did. Walk me through your process on taking a running back in this day and age in the top ten of an NFL Draft, Terry Fonda. And really the way we look at it rich is when you're we can have these rules or people can have these rules that you don't take a running back at a certain point or garter at a certain point. You have to take a premium position, but what we say is tell me the player. And who the particular running back to sit in there. And I wanted to be John Robinson who we don't even put in a running back box and when we talk about positionless football and he's an impact offensive player. And wherever he is, wherever you get him the ball, he's a playmaker. He's touched on maker. He's a home run hitter. And he's got the makeup. He's a better person than he is. A player. So we know he's going to reach the ceiling. So we believe he is one of the better players in the draft, one of the better people in his grasp. So we're really excited to pull that card off the board. Now, when did you decide this? When was this sealed? Like, hey, if bijan's there were taken him. When did that happen? What would happen is you go through it and there are 7 variables in front of us. And this was a more unpredictable draft in I can remember in that in that top ten. So we really didn't know if who was going to be there who were going to be staring at what we have to do is we have to stack 8 players and go through it and the questions we ask ourselves is our when we stack the players is, okay, if these three players are there, if these four players there, how do we stack them? So that's what we did. And once we got to our pick, he was the top guy for us and we're excited to take them. And the off the field demeanor as well for him. How does that factor into your equation? It's unbelievable. Have you met him? I have. We've had him on the show, and he's a delight. And I've heard nothing but just great things about him, quite frankly. Yes, and that's so important because our goal here is my job description offer smith's job prescription is to win championships and to have sustained success in order to do that. You have to have championship character. You have to have the right kind of players in the right kind of people. And so we're really excited about a lot of players on our offense as we go through it with Drake London and cow pits and Tyler Alger and CP and John knew and we can keep going through it. We have a lot of players who are really excited about it. But the thing we love about our team is their own selfish. And it's the only step that matters is when it's not about who gets the ball the most or who gets the most yards or who has the most touchdowns on this particular day, it's all about winning. So it is the character is always going to be paramount when we're making any type of player decision. You look at the theme of our off season and look at the free agents that we sign and then as we get into the draft, it we're always going to make a decision on the player character is going to be the most important thing. And so he is a hell of a player, but he's also an unbelievable person. Well, you mentioned Terry about this draft being someone predictable, one of the most unpredictable in recent memory and as somebody who's hosted this thing for a while, I'd agree with you on that front. One of the most unpredictable aspects about the draft that came out in the wash was two running backs chosen in the top 12, like it's a totally different century. I just had Tom telesco on the phone. Your colleague in Los Angeles, who's got one of the top touchdown makers this league has seen in the last couple of years wanting a new contract that the position and he has yet to receive that from the Chargers you've now chosen one of the draft choices in the top 12 on a running back. Are walk me through the way the running back position you think in this league is being evaluated right now. It just depends on it depends
"schwarze" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Is sort of pointing them and telling them where to smile. And usually there's a little bit of jolliness, isn't there, usually the runner up has to just smile through gritted teeth and just do a bit of perceived bands and there was nothing. Not even eye contact. It was cold. It was really cold. I did notice that sabalenka sort of motion as if to playfully smash her trophy into the Porsche. That was iconic. David, that was absolutely iconic. And did it while she on text back was turned as well. I mean, I'm sure she's seen it. On social media, but at the time, shonte would have had no idea that sabalenka was sort of mock vandalizing her. Her new Porsche, which fintechs that sort of drove at some haste around the court with a lot of small children on it. It was quite fast, wasn't it? There was a sort of unexplained man in the passenger seat. And I thought if he's a chaperone, he was it? I heard her dad was present, and she was going to give it to a damn. We should have been telling her to put the brakes on. It was careering around that court, wasn't she? A very slippy clay court. I don't know. It made my heart was in my mouth a little bit. Just on the sort of the frostiness out on the court between the two, if that's indeed what it was. And I think there was, you know, look, you're right, it wasn't all jolly and cuddly. My first reaction is good. I like to see that because I want them to I want them to really want to win and not be afraid to show it. And they're two players that expect to win when they're in big matches, and I love that about them. They're both bring it. And I think sabalenka was really pissed off not to win. And she showed it. The other element that has to be considered is whether this was war related in terms of ignorant texts, very vocal, very visible and continuous support of Ukraine by wearing the flag on her hat and by continually referencing Ukraine in her speeches and obviously sabalenka from Belarus, a player who was banned from Wimbledon last year as all the Russian and Belarusian players were, who knows whether she feels put out by schwarze effectively calling for those players to be banned or at least supporting that as a measure. Maybe not in so many specific words, but I mean, I think that that is definitely the suggestion. And who knows? I don't have evidence of that, but I mean, that could be part of it from both sides. But generally speaking, I think we are overdue a rivalry in which two players don't exactly hammer up as friends and just prepare to just come and be competitors against each other. Yep, I'm absolutely fine with it as well. I just think it's notable because of the people involved. You don't, you don't usually see that from them. But yeah, I've got absolutely no problem with it. At all. Over in Barcelona, the 500 event there was one by Carlos Ankara as he beats Stefano 6 by 6 three 6 four in the final just before we talk about that match and the tournament. We've got a fairly good comparison point here to Stuttgart and Barcelona, both 500 level events, same ranking points on offer, similar depth of fields in terms of top players, very, very similar winners in terms of statues, status, star power, here are the respective prize money checks that alcaraz and shonte took home for alcaraz. It was 477 thousand Euros, and tech, it was a 104 €1000. The crowds were packed for both tournaments. I couldn't see a spare seat in the House for Stuttgart and as I say, that is that is pretty much always the case there. And for anybody saying, oh, but shonte won a car. Yeah, and if this were an anomalous prize money disparity, then maybe the car would be an explanation, but this is not in any way an anomalous prize money disparity. I mean, there are bigger disparities between equal sized events even in the same location on the tour. What was the prize money, David, for the ATP two 50 in Doha relative to the WTA 500 in Doha earlier this year? It was 209,000 to Daniel Medvedev for winning ATP Doha two 50 and tech one less than a third of that for winning the 500 event, 68,000 dollars. So same place, different week. There's a lot of people point out, different tours. But that is a staggering difference in prize money. Is staggering and it's just unacceptable. It's just unacceptable. I know there are a million reasons this isn't recriminations on the WTA for that being the case. I know they would desperately love to pay equal prize money and would do it in a heartbeat and they're not in a position to and a lot of people would say, you know, this is why they've had to make the decision to go back to China if they ever want to be able to be up in their prize money game. They have to prioritize that ahead of ethics. Whatever whatever whatever, there is all sorts of what a boundary you can have, but the bottom line is nobody should be considering this acceptable the men should not be considering this acceptable. I want to hear some men saying noticing this and going, wow, this doesn't feel right. It's just not right. So we don't need recriminations about it. I know it's a complicated landscape. We just need to all agree, this isn't right. What can we do to work towards a world where we have equal prize money? Rather than, oh, but market forces and oh, but, you know, you win a car and oh, but you know, it's different tours and the WTA's a mess and all of that. Fine. Any of those things might be true. But we can't be having this. And we need to be shouting that from the rooftops and just all agreeing that we need to work towards a solution and that includes the men. Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal both want combined tours, don't they? They want them to merge as they told us in on Twitter about two or three years ago. And loads and loads of people agree with that, all the men agreed with it at the time. And yeah, I mean, it is quite shocking. When you put it out on Twitter, you just which I do, and I do it every time one of these events happens and the degree of sexist abuse that I get is staggering real at the amount of people who just say, how hard is it for you to understand that these are two separate tours bringing in eczema of different amount of money each and therefore they can't pay the same. The point is, as you've said, isn't it a good idea? If they, if they are paid the same, wouldn't that be good? Wouldn't that be like the dream, the goal? The ideal and to have combined tours that celebrated both and worked together, and as we've seen, we got Madrid coming up now, combined tournament, paying the same prize money. It's an elevated event. Everybody's going to be there. Yes, it feels a bit too long. We'll go on it that later. But even so, men and women are playing together in Andrea gardin said the chief of the ATP has said that is when tennis is at its best. It's unique selling position is its men and women playing the same sport and it's the best women's sport in the world at the moment. And if it wants to keep its position, then we all need to cherish the fact that we are in that position, I think. Yeah, look, if your reaction to and I doubt this is the case for many people listening to this podcast because we know our listeners and we know how cool you all are. But if your reaction to seeing that prize money disparities to try and defend it rather than to think, oh, well, how can we try and change that then again, Daniel Medvedev Daniel meva voice have a look at yourself in the mirror and we need to work on if I'm going to use his lines so often. I really need to work on my Daniel Medvedev voice. Anyway, rant over as David's alluded to, there might be another rant to come later. A little teaser for you there. But first, Carlos alcaraz, winning Barcelona, his first time defending a title. Because he is, after all, still a teenager, and he's still doing things for the first time. And it was, it
"schwarze" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"This is episode three O 7 of The Voice by podcast and our 5th edition of the gender debate I news rundown. We have new announcements from slack, Salesforce, grammarly brave, duck duck go, AI 21, DID, and new rumors about Elon Musk and generative AI, Brandon Kaplan from skilled creative and journey joins Eric schwarze and me to break it all down. Welcome back voice by nation and I'll use Cynthia's out there. I'm Brett kinsella, host of The Voice bob podcast. And the founder of voice bought that AI and Cynthia, the leading news sources for tracking the development of conversational AI, generative AI and synthetic media. And guess what? These technologies are all rapidly converging. This is the weekly live stream where we break down the top stories shaping a new industry. On tap today, we have another pack list of announcements from the gender of AI world. We start out with enterprise apps that are adding large language model features. This includes a new chat GPT feature from slack that was developed by OpenAI not by slack. We also have the Einstein GPT feature that Salesforce rolled out this week. And grammarly adds generative AI features for its 30 million users putting it on a collision course with Jasper AI and AI 21s word tune, pretty interesting there. Next up is the evolution of search, both brave and DuckDuckGo have new search summarization features. They're not as ambitious as what Bing and barred are doing, but they do show how quickly search experience is changing. AI 21, a competitor OpenAI, also announced new, larger, more polished large language models, along with a slew of APIs for a variety of LLM features to developers can access by the drink. This is actually pretty interesting. So I know you're going to want to hear what Eric has to say about this. We also have DIDs new virtual human led chat so you can talk to Chet GPT. This leads to a discussion around the role of virtual humans and interactive bot experiences with an avatar with the out and I avatar. How does that change the experience?.
"schwarze" Discussed on Double Tap Canada
"Hey Sean priest, how are you this fine Thursday? Radiant, beautiful, gorgeous, buoyant. How are you, sir? Happy Friday junior. This is so confusing to me, so this is like the in talk that goes on. And I think someone came up with this. Because we are people who listen to AMI audio, religiously, regularly, every single moment of their day, as they should. As you should, just like rap, I have to say this right. I've worked a lot of places in my life. This is a good place. Yes. I just want to say that. It's a good place. Yes, the people. The people are amazing. But the shows are good. I mean, it's like the shows are actually good. Yeah, okay. Just be careful here. Remember you've worked to other places before. That's not that other places about the really good. Well done. They are. Yes, it's a great place to work. You know why? Because there's so many great talk shows on here, like we've got the pulse, which is a brilliant job, so if you haven't checked out the pulse with it, you've got to check that out. What brilliant show? Because it's intelligent. I mean, I must admit, I don't have a physical in my head. But I still like listening to it and thinking I'm intelligent. It's a bit very professional. It's a bit very professional it's a big professional. I feel a lot of place exactly. So many great shows, and of course we have The Globe and Mail and The Guardian in the morning that precede us, precede, precede us, I find the technical production that particularly amazing and excellent on the global mail. I don't know if you've noticed that. I love that I get a name check every day and I don't really do anything. I do sometimes sit in and do the production on it. You do. Which is yes. Honestly, I love doing that. And it actually kind of helped me hone my skills on audacity. Because, you know, with this show, there's no real editing at all. But it should be. But there is I think the phrase is live to tape. Yes. Yes. Correct. Moving to your ears. Yeah, that's right. Exactly. No edits. But that's why this is what it is. Sorry, that's almost signs apologetic. We're so sorry. Sorry. She's been time. Can't be bothered. I mean, you could be bothered with it. Don't say that. No, lazy people. But we actually had our own show. We do edit other people's shows. But you're right, the globe thing is a perfect example, right? Because we've got to turn that around really quickly. And we had to come up with some. I love that. I believe nifty little audacity were around a little hacks there to. Yeah, make it very quick. I love it. I love it so many people who and Jacob schwarze who was on our show talking about Discord this week. He is a user of Reaper and I want to get Jacob on because I know he uses rep for AMI and then the production he does. And a lot of people swear by Reaper and I do think it is becoming it's becoming the Adobe edition of the media world. Journalism and I think people who work in radio, especially are going towards Reaper, they're moving away from Adobe, or I mean, certainly not everyone's moving away from it, but if you're blind, you probably are. Because it's not that accessible.
"schwarze" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"I just wonder about that. There comes a point where we talk about Gresham's law and the reverse of that fear's law, where suddenly no amount of U.S. do you buy any Bitcoin? Or whatever the currency is that's been debased or failing or whatever it is, there comes a point in my mind where you won't be able to just go walk in and just transfer over your currency and get Bitcoin over the counter. I think about that a lot. That's what I'm saying. What do you think that what do you think the very last exchange is going to be though? That last exchange. The last fucking person who does it, you know, who makes that mistake. I don't know, bring me a bunch of garbage bags of USD for a couple of stats. I don't know. That's how it gets. I mean, you go try to try to buy a jug of milk at the store and they don't literally want that anymore, like you're having to put more and more on there. Something to think about. I mean, I've been thinking about that a lot. So I'm glad you brought it up. So in other words, all these Fiat currencies are trending towards zero. And they'll continue to translate towards zero until they literally collapse to zero. Like literally zero. Zero satoshis, a $1 million, zero satoshis. Fuck your dollars. Tell us how you really feel, Ann. I mean, wicked both of you. Did you guys see that article from schwarze? The reason one that you just put out? No, I haven't seen it. In the article, he's saying that this might take three generations. Nice. I feel like this is a typical everyone gets really, really bullish, and then everyone kind of the bear market starts getting kind of a little bit more level headed and then this kind of goes through cycles. Go ahead, Tom, though. You're going to say something. Give me just one second. I'm just chewing on a piece of food. I was just going to chime in there and say, that's just how exponentiality works, though. It sounds crazy until it doesn't sound crazy anymore. And so, I mean, the USD conversion value is going to sound absurd to everybody that's on the Fiat standard until that regime just passes by and so yeah, that last exchange rate, you're right. It's going to be a bag full of Fiat, but yeah, it's a bag full of $100 bills in exchange for stats that won't be taken. But yeah, one last person will take that bag of cash. It's crazy up until that point. But that's exactly how it's going to work. And it's not going to seem absurd at the time, but today it seems it seems pretty crazy. Yeah, then they're sweeping that money out of the streets. And let's hope that it takes three generations. For the court of the transition. Because the longer this takes, the more orderly the transition is going to be. And there's a lot of people that think that the U.S. dollar is going to be around for a while. I mean, it is the world currency. I mean, the German mark that we're comparing this to was not the world reserve currency at the time. It was the currency for that country. And it was a strong currency in Europe. But it wasn't the world reserve currency. So we're talking about different animals here. And I personally, I'm old. I'm going to be dead before there's hyper Bitcoin organization. And if I'm not, then it's going to be hyper bullet before it's hyper Bitcoin ization. That's just my opinion. So I actually have a thought about this and it's counter to what you're saying, Peter. I think that field's fucking up our world pretty bad, right? We've all seen how bad it's gotten over the past couple of decades, not to mention. Since 1971, we're all fucking kind of started, right? Like it's just gotten worse and worse and worse, right? Each generation that Fiat exists gets crazier and crazier and more and more clown world, you know? So if we wait around for three more generations, you really think there's going to be a world left for Bitcoin to take over. The world might not fucking be here. We might have blasted each other away. You know, we might have just fucking rioted and burned down everything by then. Give it a little crazy stupid shit. There's no evidence for that based on the last several decades since World War II. It's a very small percentage of people. Are you talking about in the United States of America? No, it turns out that the number of people dying in the world for more is pretty low compared to world war two, which we haven't had for 7 decades or whatever 8 decades. And Terrence, do you subscribe to the fourth turning kind of theory? But like the generational every 80 years, the cycle repeats. I think it's possible. I think it's very good narrative. It makes a lot of sense from first principles. I just don't think there's enough evidence. I don't know how I don't know enough about it. I don't know how far back they go in history. So part of what shapes reality is expectations. And if you don't have enough evidence based people believing in it, it just doesn't happen as much sometimes. History is part psychological and what people are taught and what they believe. So if they're not seeing, if evidence based people, as opposed to first principles, people aren't seeing the evidence for that because it's going to talk about it's definitely worth a read, I'd recommend it to anybody. I think Fred ski is coming along both as a writer and a thinker quite a bit. It's not his usual irate angry self, but it's a very contemplative thoughtful Alex retreat and wrote this particular article. And he's trying to just get us to consider a scenario in which I think terrance's world is playing out there some cataclysmic event that causes some collapse in the house. There's just a steady generational adoption where our generation is the first contact with this new technology. But many people don't understand it yet. And then the next generation are the people who never lived a day in their life without an existing in the background. And so they use it without this debate about, well, is it really money? How does it compare to the Fiat thing? And then the generation which follows. Has grown up using it completely. And it's ubiquitous, and there's no sense. And the point he's trying to make is this is so much bigger than merely the adoption of a technology. It's really a rewiring of how government and civilization work across and trade across the whole world. And so to expect it to happen. Suddenly, is perhaps unrealistic. I don't think anyone has the crystal ball in those for sure. There could be black swan events that accelerate decelerate certain things. But for the most part, I think that I think the point he's trying to make is this is really big. This is more than like the adoption of the iPhones or the adoption of color television, which a lot of people compare it to. And so he's just wanting to say, hold your horses. This is much more disruptive than other technologies that have come before and so it may take a lot longer. It's a good article. And I definitely need to read it as I haven't read it, but one thing I would say is, I mean, do we have any insight or any knowledge as to how quickly.
"schwarze" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Like to attempt to be a cool crew as well. Then become a friend and check out the discount code. You've got one more week to take advantage of that offer. And David has booked his golf clubs onto the plane. That's our big Indian world's new week. I've never done it before. I've never gone anywhere with golf clubs before, so I did have to look up how you do it. And I think I've made it work. So yeah, let's see if they actually turn up at the appointed time. I've been looking at, I actually met I asked Catherine to see if she could help me find some golf courses. And she did a four second check and discovered we were surrounded by 6 golf courses. So I think we're all right. Yeah, there's more golf course than there is anything else in Indian Wells. I mean, you can't move for golf course courses. So I think that you'll be fine. Now in terms of tennis happening, literally right now, actually, I've just put the stream of Elena batkin against Bianca andreescu onto my TV, which quite ludicrously is a first round match in Dubai. Absolutely ridiculous, but brilliant Rebecca is taking the opening set 6 three. Let's talk about what happened last week though, starting in Doha, the WTA 500 event there, one by eager on tech for the second consecutive year for the loss of just wait for it, folks. This is, this is an accurate stats. I know you're going to hear me say it and you're going to think, that can't be right. She lost 5 games all tournament, and she played really good opposition. A buy in the first round. Okay, that's not great opposition. Let's do away with buys. Second round, 6 love 6 one, over Danielle Collins. Who beat her in the Australian open semifinals last year, quarterfinal, okay, a walk over against Belinda bencic, I had reported on the podcast last week that blender bencic wasn't playing Doha, having won the week before, probably shouldn't have played Doha. Anyway. Semifinal 6 love 6 one against Veronica coupe. I'll say that again 6 love 6 one against the very good tennis flavor on a cocoon with over. And the final 6 three 6 love against Jessica pegula, who did go on to win the doubles title alongside coco golf, which means that the singles and doubles champions in 2023 are exactly the same as in 2022 and I think this is quite a significant win for eager fun tech because Doha was where the streak started last year. This is where she is starting to defend her position as the dominant player in the world. This kind of marks the year anniversary of her becoming that. We didn't characterize it as that exactly at the time because, you know, we didn't have the benefit of hindsight, but we know now that this week last year was the start of something huge for Yugoslavia and for tennis and I'm not saying that she's going to go on the same streak again and defend all those titles. Look, she might. But I think starting off that defense in this way, given what she told us about her state of mind in Australia. I think is really big for her. I do too. And actually it does remind me that she was pretty serene and phlegmatic about things in that press comments after the defeat she had it in Australia. She didn't seem to think it was going to be a massive problem going forwards. But at the same time, it was a problem in the moment. It was a problem at this tournament, but she was able to sort of sort it out in the next one that she played is what she expected to be able to do. I mean, and boy did she. I mean, this was extraordinary. This level of form and it was just a reminder that when she plays well, when she's at the top of her game, she is the best. And I mean, I guess arena sabal and may have an argument to say, well, hold on, what about what about me? I played my best and when the Australian open, but nobody beats people for the loss of one game, repeatedly, when their top players, that isn't a fluke, what she has just pulled off. She, yes, she had a buy. Yes, she had a walkover due to an injury, but she's beaten three world class players and just kind of humiliated them, and it was simultaneously a bit awkward, but also if you're a fan of just majestic, brilliance. It was a joyful experience as well. I bet Daniel Collins was relieved to see the school line ashante against Veronica could have met over and similarly against Jessica bula in the final because at the time, when, you know, that was shown to first match the tournament, wasn't it having had the buy in the first round, you thought it looked I mean, obviously brilliant for schwarze. But yeah, embarrassing for Danielle Collins, but it turns out she was just, you know, that was just par for Sean tech last week. Whereas blender bang tricks knew she just took one look at her kind of thought. I am out of here. I'm not having any of this. And to be fair, I was actually looking forward to that match because I'd watched, I'd watch bang shit come back from a set and a break down against Azarenka, and it was one of those really Gritty wins that we talked about her having a lot, the previous week, and I thought, right, I want to see this bang chick against that film tech that we saw in her first match. And I think that would have been interesting, but yeah, we obviously didn't get to see it. Absolutely agree with everything you said about tech and the importance of this win coming back from Australia. I had a look at some historical context for her run this week and it only losing 5 games. And I thought, is that a record? And I was sort of set out to try and find out whether it was. And without access to a proper database that the WTA have or the ITF have, it's really hard to find to find that out. You literally have to go through drawers. And I was thinking, right, I'm going to I'm going to start with players like Monica seles, and Steffi Graf and Chris Everett, because they're used to literally just trans people all the time. Anyway, while I was doing all that, WTA notes popped up in my email and they had it there and there for me. They had done the work to confirm that this was the fewest games ever lost en route to a WTA title.
"schwarze" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"You watch it? Are you talking to me? No. Oh, okay. And I was looking at you. I'm guessing that people did watch. So a few people did smart ones did because this is really tough to describe, and we're going to try, but it's something you really have to see yourself in here. It's genuinely disturbing, sitting in an office, years later watching it. And I can imagine if I was at home, I would have probably been a little freaked out. You found a disturbing? Yeah, I found it hilarious. In like a really juvenile way. Yeah, it creeps me out. It was like watching David Byrne on acid at a talking head show. That's what I think of when I saw that. You know? All right, so let's describe the scene here. Okay, so you got max headroom. Well, actually a dude wearing a rubber mask. A rubber Halloween mask of max headroom. Yes. And this is just genius to me. So you've mentioned earlier about how the max headroom had like these kind of grid lines behind them at all times and they kind of moved and adjusted and they were different colors. To simulate that, these guys had like a piece of corrugated metal, shiny metal. Yeah. And I guess they had an attached somehow to something that rocked it back and forth. And they kind of somebody was clearly rocking it back and forth here or there radically. And it really does a good job of it gets the point across. That it looked like the mech sodium TV show. Yeah, the back and the character. Yes. But again, I would say that this person was very, very clearly on acid. Well, I think what disturbs me, I need to make it clear. It is definitely funny and stupid. But what disturbs me is the sound of the voice, which is all garbled. It's really like on YouTube. It has subtitles, thankfully, because it's hard to make out. And a lot of times it just says, you can't understand what he's saying or whatever. And the garble quality and just the random, weirdness that's going on. It's not like it was creepier to me than if V for vendetta dude had to come on, Guy Fawkes had to come on and said, you know, we are coming into your thing to tell you this about this. Right. This was just so weird and all over the place. It was creepy to me. Yeah, yeah, I see what you mean. Like you're watching somebody's nonsensical. Somebody's brain slightly damaged. Touching somebody lose their mind. Right, okay. Yeah. Totally get that. And here's what the guy did that would make you feel like he lost his mind. This is the weird thing to me. It's very targeted toward WGN, right? Almost so much so that some people would say, this is clearly somebody who I had a grudge against WGN. He makes fun of the bulls sportscaster, the guy who works for WGN at the time. He makes reference to how he just made a masterpiece for the greatest world's newspaper nerds, which was a messed up version of WGN's call letters stand for world's greatest newspaper. He wields a rubber penis. Yeah, that's one. Although it was great, and almost every article it was referred to as a marital aid. Did you see that? No, but I actually guessed it on Strickland's tech stuff like four years ago. And we covered this and I called it a mere laid. Did you? Okay, so I wanted to keep it clean. Sure. But then I realized that saying the word penis is okay. Well, it's clinical. I mean, we did a puberty episode surely. We have the chops to say penis. But marital aid is hilarious, especially in this context, like this crazy dude on acid wearing a max headroom mask has a marital aid. No, he doesn't. That's not what that is in that context, you know? Yeah, and that's a new T-shirt, by the way. What? We have the chops to say penis. So that's a band name. Let's go ahead and use some of the, let's go ahead and say some of the direct quotes. So he comes on and he goes, he's a freaking nerd. I think I'm better than chuck's worst guy, freaking liberal. That's a really good impression of this. And chuck schwarze was the bold guy. Yeah, the sports announcer. And this is a time too when the bulls were, this is the Jordan Pippen era still. It will still be at the beginning of it. Was it 87? I thought it was like in the middle of it. Was it the beginning? Pretty early ish, let's say. I wish these days that I would have been more cognizant. And more into basketball and I am now. See, that's what I was the most into it was bird Jordan magic. I really like to watch some of those games. That was good stuff. Because that's when the hawks were good back then. Yeah, back then. Dominique. Hey, shout out to Kent base more. You know, he listens to this show. No way. Yeah, he's a fam. How'd you find that out, Twitter? Yeah. That's great. Yeah. Man, I love bass. I know. How do you not love bees? He's awesome. Man, he's bright red right now. That's so cool. All right, so chuck's worse, he's freaking liberal. He's wielding the rubber penis. The marital aid. The marital aid, he drops that, then he picks up a new Coke while you can't really tell if it's a Pepsi. Oh, was it? Okay, I couldn't really tell. He picks up a can. But he says, catch the wave, which is the new Coke slogan, right? Then he starts humming, it's so random. Then he starts humming the theme song to the 60s show clutch cargo, which is weird in and of itself. Sure, that's that one where it's like animation, but for the mouths it was just like a human mouth moving. That's disturbing. Yeah, if you've seen Pulp Fiction, with the scene where Bruce Willis was a kid and Christopher Walken comes in with the wristwatch scene that clutch cargo is playing on TV when he's watching it. Right. But it is weird looking. Right. So you would say why did you do the clutch cargo theme? Well, again, this is a WGN thing and apparently that's where you saw it. As a kid, yeah, in Chicago. Okay, so he says, also, your love is fading. I still see the X, which apparently is something from the last episode of clutch cargo. Yeah, that was the big X or something. And then he says what you're talking about earlier. I just made a giant masterpiece for all the greatest world newspaper nerds. But he should have said world's greatest newspaper nerds. WGN. Right. Which you might find confusing as I did too, but apparently the Chicago Tribune company owns WGN TV. So they called themselves world's greatest newspaper TV. Right. WGN. It's all coming together. Ipso facto. There you go. Then finally, toward the end, the camera cuts to a different angle. This one has the dude bent over with his bare butt hanging out. His face is now offscreen, but he's holding the mask still out like his head is in it, but it's not. A person, I say woman, but I don't know, but a person in an Annie Oakley dress. Is that what it was, I didn't get that. Yeah, it looked like a Prairie bonnet ensemble. But the bonnet kind of hides the face. So you don't know if it's a man or a woman. Okay. And they are spanking the bare butt with a fly swatter. Right. And he's worried about them coming to get him. They're going to get me. And then he says, come get me and uses a bad word. B word the B word. And then it goes back to Doctor Who. Yeah. Just like when it came in, went out. And it's gone. Can you imagine seeing that live? And while the people who saw it live, the next thing they would have heard was the doctor saying something like, oh, he died of an electric shock must have died instantly. Yeah. And everybody's just sitting there like their mouths hanging open. Well, those Doctor Who too, so it was probably a bunch of Chicago nerds watching PBS. Yeah. So all right, my invitation was okay, but let's just play at least like a couple of lines from the
"schwarze" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Slick roadways and possible travel issues across the Grapevine. And the Powerball jackpot continues to grow and that means there's an even bigger prize up for grabs Saturday night, the jackpot has risen to $572 million after no one correctly picked the winning numbers for Wednesday's drawing. The odds of hitting the jackpot are one and more than 292 million and the cost of a ticket is still just two bucks. The next drawing will be streamed live online at Powerball dot com. I'm Jim Forbes and now this Bloomberg is sports update. We began on the ice, the islanders, they matched wins with the rangers across town. They shut out the Detroit red wings two zero behind goals from Brock Nelson and Anders Lee, their 19th and 18th respectively, Kyle palmieri, he had both assists as well they end a 6 game winless streak. Their coach lane Lambert, credits staying with the process. We know we have to put some wins together and starts with the first one, and this was it. So it's nice to see our guys get rewarded. We've had some games where we've deserved better than we've gotten. That's tough, but tonight we got what we deserved and was a victory. We played well. New York currently the tenth seed they're on the outside though looking in four points between themselves and the penguins, the 8th seed. Islanders, they host the golden knights Saturday, both teams will be playing back to backs. That's because the golden knights, they were beaten up something fierce at MSG four to one at the hands of the rangers, quite a night for Chris kreider his 700th game is 20th goal of the season. 20th assist for Vincent schwarze, as well, yaroslav ilaq, brilliant in net 33 saves rangers of the 6th seed. There are a point behind Tampa Bay. They now enter a 9 game mini vacation, if you will, for the all star break, they're back on February 6th, just like the Devils, but they had to take care of business first in Dallas and they did a three two overtime win. How about at all three local teams getting dubs on Friday, Jack Hughes looked like a number one overall pick is 32nd and 33rd, including you had the game winner in overtime. They're the third seed. In the association nicks and nets, they throw down Saturday at 5 30 nets the fourth seed nicks currently in the playoffs for the 7th seed, seton hall visits butler in biggies play. Baseball, the mets Inc Jeff McNeil, the batting champ to a four year $50 million extension. He'll turn 31 right after opening day. With your Bloomberg sports update, I'm rob busker. This is a Bloomberg money minute. The latest entrant in the Cola wars is not a Cola at all, but Pepsi's new story will have to fight hard if it expects to steal fans from Coke's dominant brand. With the introduction of starry, Pepsi is retiring its Sierra missed brand. At some point, you know, you just say, let's just start over. Let's create a taste profile that fits this new generation and the growing demographic trends in the country. And then we'll build the marketing around that that's very specific to them instead of just copying what Coca-Cola is doing with Sprite. Beverage digest editor and publisher to Wayne Stanford says Sprite owns about 8% of the soft drink market overall, so starry has lots of work to do. Social media is a very important element of reaching this consumer audience. Things like TikTok and Instagram and actually speaking to people on those platforms in a way that they want to be spoken to. Despite its popularity, Sprite won't be able to just sit back and drink it all in. They're going to also have to be innovative in how they're looking at that brand. Gina server, Bloomberg radio
"schwarze" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The next election, which is due by the very latest January 2025. So a desperate plea for party unity. He said there isn't going to be an early election that two significant. The process went out of the wire today with a penny more down literally pulling out at the last minute, literally. Tomorrow its prime minister sunak. U.S. unsealed charges claiming two Chinese intelligence officers trying to obstruct the criminal investigation of Huawei technologies and FBI director Christopher wray today says is basically just the tip of the iceberg. In all three of these cases, and frankly, in thousands of others, we've found the Chinese government threatening established democratic norms and the rule of law, as they work, to undermine U.S. economic security and fundamental human rights, including those of Americans. How ray says in all 13 suspects who work for China's intelligence service and are now charged in various cases. The White House today said the court decision regarding student loans is a temporary pause until there's a final decision and White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says The White House is continuing the process of forgiveness applications. It merely prevents debt from being discharged until the court makes a decision. The Department of Education will continue reviewing apply applications and preparing them for transmission to loan services. To date, The White House has received over 22 million forgiveness applications. A lot of people in debt, Ukraine's allies increasingly concerned the desperation of the Kremlin causing the latest threats of use of a dirty bomb. Ukrainian colonel general Alexander schwarze says everybody should take the threats very seriously. I must agree with you that we are and should be worried
"schwarze" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"One coming, especially with the number one ranking in the world on the line, but two seed rapping Nadal has now been eliminated in the fourth round by 20 seconds seated American Frances tiafoe in four sets to moving on to the quarterfinals. He wins 6 four four 6 6 four and 6 three. Meanwhile, third C Carlos alcaraz is an action versus 15 seat of Marin Cilic while 70 camera nori is beaten straight sets by 19 Andre Rublev, 11 Cedric center plays Ilya ivashka. In the women's autopsy egas fiance gets scared, she loses the first set to Yulia niemeyer, but then rebounds to come back to win the next two to advance the quarters, place you to Jessica padula knocks off 21st sea Petra kvitova in trade sets to move on as well. And that means schwarze and pegula will be facing each other in the quarters. Elsewhere, 60 arena sabalenka takes on 19 C Danielle Collins all right now we are in the second set 22nd seated Karolina Pliskova winning the first hit over 2060 Victoria Azarenka 7 5 but right now Azarenka leads blisk over three to one. In that second set, the winner will also advance to the quarters. You wait for president Alexander severin says he believes that Spain and Portugal will be jointly hosting the 2030 World Cup as the two countries formalize the joint bid back in June. Spain would have 11 venues while Portugal will offer three of Spain hosted the 1982 World Cup Portugal as never, but they were the host country for the European Championship in 2004 coming up in November, obviously we have the World Cup in Qatar and then in 2026 it will be jointly between Mexico, the United States and Canada. In the NFL, Washington commanders all time sacks leader Ryan Kerrigan who retired this off season as rejoined the organization as an assistant defensive line coach, Kerrigan who played for Washington from 2011 to 2020
"schwarze" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Welcome back to Bloomberg technology I'm Emily Chang in San Francisco It is another day Another delay for Elon Musk's SpaceX The federal aviation administration says it now expects to complete an environmental review of the rocket makers Texas facility in mid June Another pushback which potentially does delays the timeline for starship Musk's Mars moonshot This is the 5th time in fact that the FAA has postponed the release of this report For more what it all means are at ludlow here with me So is the FAA buying time here What's going on It's impossible to know today's May 31st I was waiting for this because it was the day they were due to make a decision And I wrote it down on a piece of paper because I'm not embarrassed about that end They have delayed it 5 times And the last time we were waiting for this was on April 29th so I sat here waiting and they delayed it till May 31st But it's important because SpaceX can not make any progress on this starship plan the testing phase at least until they get clearance from the FAA Now you were on the ground in Boca chica in February Remember that vividly and Elon Musk made it sound like starship was just around the corner Right and at that time he basically expected that the regulatory side of things this environmental review would be done in a couple of months A test flight the hardware would be ready in a compromise and he had an even bolder prediction for what would happen Take a listen Might be a few bumps along the road but it'll work I feel At this point highly confident that it will get to orbit this year Classic mask Test flight by the end of this year But we don't know where we stand now because this key piece keeps getting delayed Well so that was my next question What do we know about where we stand with starship So you've seen the video I think if the mister director will play it again the explosions the kind of successful tests they've only really done hops off the ground And what starship needs to do is an orbital test flight That's kind of the big milestone moment where it breaches Earth's atmosphere comes back down and lands again That's what we're waiting for Gwen shotwell who's the presidency said it could happen in June Doesn't seem like that if the FAA decision's not due now until June 13th Meantime of course you've got SpaceX generally going from strength to strength pulling off a lot of successes So as of Friday Starlink their space satellite constellation based Internet service is available in all 7 continents expanded to Africa as of Friday That's quite an achievement And today this May 31st really important date ten years ago first unmanned dragon mission to ISS two years ago first man one they're dominating this industry but we really care about starship because like you said it's the Marshall or the moonshot All right Thank you We'll keep watching You'll keep us posted Well today marked the first day on the job for the new CEO of match group Bernard Kim He is leaving Zynga where he's been president since 2016 He's taking over for Shah doobie who's been at the company for the last 16 years It is a pivotal time for dating apps especially as we emerge from the pandemic and much of the world faces inflation I am joined now by schwarze and analyst at Evercore who just published a deep dive on not only match but also bumble so shuttle what do you make of this new leadership and also coming from the gaming space to online dating Is that a good thing Well we'll have to see He's done a good job at Zynga matches slightly different but also similar in a lot of ways There are two things that are good I think are one that there are some similarities between what he did at Zynga and had matched portfolio of assets And a global business both in favor of what matches strategy is The other thing that's good is that Shah is not really leaving She is going to be part of the board and she will be working as an adviser to Bernard And also it's not the CEO change is not a turnaround story It's not like peloton where you have to rework everything This is a functioning business It's a strong leader in online dating and it's category a global business And he's going to come in and it's going to be business per usual at least for the near term And then as he settles in he will throw in his own strategy as he gets comfortable So I don't think there will be huge turbulence in the business as he comes on board So let's talk about your new report because you're basically saying that you think online dating and as we go through all of this market volatility you think online dating is recession proof Why Well a largely recession proof The beauty of the challenge of being in consumer Internet is that none of our names are recession proof really So there certainly impacted by inflation But when it compares to the rest of our coverage yes they're largely resilient And our survey shows that almost 80% of those who are actively looking for a relationship are going to use the online dating app just as much or even more over the next call it 6 months to 12 months And so that tells me that usage is not going to change The second read through was that if there is inflationary pressure and there is a recession in the next 6 months most of them of our survey responded so that they would be willing to pay about $17 a month on average for an online dating app And that's where we are today So it's not that they would pay any less Now the question is well bumble is slightly more expensive so would that come from bumble And I don't think so I don't think that may be the case either because one of those several different tailwinds So when you look at the online dating landscape and the options out there is bumble or Tinder hinge match are they all more or less equal in your view Or do some stand out over others I think some stand out over others what our survey also showed is that bumble is really gaining market share And the one of the biggest investor questions into the Q one print was where is where the market share chef Is bumble gaming share from Tinder Is it something else Our survey shows that really Tinder continues to be the leader in the market but bumble is gaining share from plenty of fish and eHarmony So other apps that have been around but may not be as powerful as a bumble And so in the United States our survey shows its Tinder as number one bumble as a clear number two and hinge is also gaining ground to now number four back from number 7 last year So not all apps are created equal even though the target target market may be slightly different depending on your background Or one's background but what matching bumble are doing with the product is certainly superior to some of the other apps out there Well engagement is one thing but getting people to pay for it is the other you know which of these do you think is the best at generating that revenue and getting users to pay up for something that many of the things should be free Yeah great question Almost all of these are premium models at different prices at different price points But our survey shows that most users are willing to pay for Tinder eHarmony match bumble and hinge These are the top 5 paid for apps and some of the reasons for eHarmony and matches also because of the demographic They're older older age folks who may have greater savings and are more serious about relationship and that's where the payer conversion is slightly greater in those apps But at the same time on average our surveillance is about.
"schwarze" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Next week Admittedly it's not yet Friday So there's a couple of days left to sort of digest this Simone thank you very much among folks in there I think at the financial center in Doha and just before we went to Simone we gave you the numbers But it's important The dividend is back at one 50 a share for 2021 profits a resumption on the dividend Let's see how that plays out through the morning Now the billionaire car like and is railing against the SEC's proposed changes for activist investors It's in a Bloomberg television interview with Eric schwarze I can say the new regulations would be bad for corporate governance discourage activists from making investments What they're doing now is throwing out the baby with the bath water when it comes to activism Because I completely totally believe this that this country this country one of the real problems of this country I said it before and maybe one of our problems is we have great corporations but many of them are terribly managed and that's one of the problems we have We have the wrong guys running a lot of these companies And there's no way to get rid of them There really is because there really is no corporate democracy today I mean corporate democracy is an oxymoron Because you really don't have fair votes And I'm not saying such a people haven't almost agreed about that you really to go in and fight a company because you're a great deal of money First of all they beat you up with PR But I've been through it And that's what I'm saying These rules don't affect me as much They beat the apple PR It's more of a feudalistic system to be euphemistic Which is the rule specifically that you think would affect you and perhaps other people too The rule that they're trying to push now is the ten day rule where if you buy stocks So you want to choose an activist Wants to accumulate some stock He says okay I'm going to face all these problems I'm going to go in there and I'm going to have to put up with the PR I'm going to have to spend a great deal of money proxy fight I mean in a political election you put the guy in jail if you're the president and you use the money the government's money to go fight you go fight the political arena Here you have to do all these things So the one thing the activists might be able to make money with is he buys stock first and he has then he gets to 5% And then they let you buy stock for another 5 6 days So you accumulate some stock And then when it gets out if he has a chance or he gets the company to sell themselves or do all these things he makes somebody for all the work he did Otherwise why should enacted to see the do it I see It's a little and then it's disincentivizing activism If I got that right Just satisfies something that should be done now I do agree because I want to be fair about this to the SEC I do agree with some of the criticism And so the criticism basically is some guy goes in and says hey look I'm going to be real smart about this I'm sort of a known guy I'm going to buy this stock And you know I'm just going to get it Now I'm going to get the PR out there And some of these activists do that They get PR to get articles Oh I just want the stock This is not one And the stock goes up and then he sells it And I think that is a legitimate the short term game in other words What you're gay So I would suggest and I'm going to do this I'm writing a paper on it that it's fair to say that the activists can't make that short term gain Yes this is fortune In other words if he's due if he's an activist he's buying it for the good of the shareholders he's saying to some extent for the good of the company I'm going to waste your proxy filing or whatever He has to keep it for a certain amount of time As you have in many cases with boards and he has to keep it with a certain amount of time But let's say he buys it And his stock and he gets that extra 5 days is 7 days and he accumulates some stock And then the stock does go up as he bought it At least he's going to make some money if the company does go out and sell itself or dose other things that he suggests So otherwise what this rule is going to do is actually discourage activism even more than it is discouraged today The ability there activists investor Carl and I got speaking with Eric schatzker earlier We have to break in lines hitting the Bloomberg Singapore is on track to reopen its borders and in the run up to this the government was eyeing a major easing of curbs once to virus wave had passed Now the line coming through that they're going to lift 50% of the daily cap of the vaccinated travel lanes travelers entering known as vtls for short the DTO is going to be extended to Hong Kong and they're also going to launch these lanes new for Israel and the Philippines they're going to deepen the BTL for talent beyond Bangkok BTS for Qatar Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates The market the Singapore index and a 2018 highest level since 2018 off the back of this much more at hand This.
"schwarze" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"What's going on everyone welcome back to another episode of making podcast grade again. I am your tech stuff guy and we are here, of course, with the president of the United States of Mar-a-Lago of America of the United States of America, mister Donald J Trump, mister president, how are you this evening? We're doing great. We had one of the great, as you know, one of the great Patreon, perfect ten episodes of all time. This week, so, you know, we're feeling great. We're in a great country. We're in a great country where free people get to be free. And we're Patreon patriots. Support your president. So there's nothing other than sleepy Joe destroying our country. There's nothing really to be upset about. Well, I want to get right into it. The country is divided once again over the Kyle rittenhouse verdict. A lot of people think he should have been convicted a lot of people think that they made the right decision. A lot of people were upset with the judge. Of course, there is no one. There's nothing in American now that makes everyone happy. We talked about a little bit on the perfect ten episode, but you are pleased. You come out in the press you were pleased that Kyle rittenhouse was not guilty. Now and I'm worried about this, you know, the car, you know, this car that ran over, people in Wisconsin. Did you see this story? I did not. Well, okay, I was breaking news. Just sort of in the papers, sort of a big deal. I'm just wondering if the car is going to be claiming self defense. You know, scared for its life and it ran over these people. But it turns out the driver we just got into the driver was African American. So hopefully he gets the strong death penalty. As far as Kyle sort of has, this is a nice, this is a nice young man. Okay? He's a nice guy. And I look forward to working with him. I hope he shows up to the GOP convention in 2024. I think he would give a great speech. And I think it's good justice. I wish, by the way, I wish I could get treated as fairly as Kyle schwarze got treated. He got a fair chance and when he had treated fairly, good things happen. I was not treated fairly, and they stole the election and now they're trying to do all sorts of really disgraceful things to me. But now we're very happy for Kevin and we are going to say strong prayers for him. And, you know, hopefully, you know, maybe he joins our great military or police and, you know, but his strong talents for murdering and maiming people to patriotic gifts. Mister president, this car that ran into people in Wisconsin, do you think the infrastructure Bill was responsible for this as well? Okay, you know, a tech stuff. It's a bad time..
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"Others at ease. This is a news story for this is a lecture. Why is it my responsibility to put something? It is when I went and got a vaccine? John and Ken, I don't want to inhale my own carbon dioxide all day. Weekdays to the hell is wrong with you on K. F I baby wall something I'm not listening when you say. And we're back. Everybody bill handle here on a Thursday morning. I mean, huge news Coming down. Illegal fireworks exploded in south l A. I mean, tons and tons of it wiped out a bomb truck Containment truck. Steve Gregory is joining us. Of course. We're going to talk about Bill Cosby Sex assault conviction being overturned. Uh and people can always a technicality. It was not And I have a fundamental question to ask which I'll do later on as 7 30. Also one of his, um uh, not defenses, but mitigation issues is that he's legally blind. But he's coming out and rejoining the sharpshooter team. Uh, that his house. Listen, he's back. Let's do more handle on the news with Jennifer Wayne and me. Britney Spears, Dad wants an investigation into his daughter's allegations about her conservatorship. Now, James Spears has been in charge of Britney's personal and professional life for years, And he says, though, over the last two years he's only had control over his daughter's professional. So her money, her her jobs or things like that, not her personal life. But remember, she made all those allegations in court. About forced medical treatment and therapy. She was talking about being forced to keep in her I U D for birth control, improper medical care limitations on her personal rights, and now he says he wants an investigation into those allegations. Your mics off. Couple questions I have. I have not heard of any allegations of him with financial wrongdoing, ripping off the estate. I haven't heard that No and for the last two years He's also shared, uh, the decision making financially with a state, uh, state management firm who would never allow personal missed, uh, personal shenanigans with money. And, uh, How do you keep someone for someone to wear an I U D. She. I know. How do you do that? You follow them in the bathroom in bed so it can't be removed. I feel and I think Britney even made this admission where she said. Maybe I've just been. I'm paraphrasing here but ignorant to what's going on, Maybe things that were told to me I didn't realize I had a right to change or that I could fight against or whatever. So she says, his wife syndrome, Maybe. Maybe maybe that's what she's kind of cleaning. And and it could be. I don't I mean she's been Under control. If you will, you know from adults since she was a kid, I mean, which is Mickey Mouse Club up until two years ago. Controlled everything, including your money. Your dad now saying, it's listen. All I talk about is our money and the accusations that she made an open court are so out there. He he wants an immediate investigation. That he she couldn't marry anybody she couldn't have. I think I mean his side, not necessarily the controlling part of it, but demanding an investigation as to what she said. James Franco is going to pay over $2 million to settle a class action lawsuit against his acting school. Now the women suing are basically their claim is the entire thing was a sham. For the purpose of keeping a steady supply of young women coming in for James Franco to dalli around with and maybe even a little worse, so he's going to pay the money. You have the two named plaintiffs that will get a lot of it. And then there's a class. Of plaintiffs that Are going to have to share a relatively small chunk of money that will get split up amongst however many there are you know you wonder about the sexual. Uh, you know, miss misdeeds, James Franco, as if he can't get enough women. He just walks through the bar and have the women throw themselves at him anyway. Remember Arnold Schwarzenegger having that love child with the housekeeper? Holy moly. Give me a break. I mean, really, Hugh Grant, uh, with destiny, the less than attractive hooker that he picked up on Sunset Boulevard. Hugh Grant what he can't get laid. He has to go and hire a hooker. So you just wonder what's going on? Because decision because these are these are things I mean, look, first of all James Franco. Situation is very different than Hugh Grant situation. They're not the same. But in general, there are first of all there are men who don't want it. Unless they believe they're taking it. Against the wishes of the woman, so you can have a guy who could have All the willing women he wants. That's not what he wants. He wants to be taking it, and we don't know if that's the case. Look, Hugh Grant, come on. He decided he wanted a hooker, which I find I find that fascinating. I don't feel even worse. He gave $100 and ask for change. Mhm. I don't think anyone is in a position. I guess it depends on who you're talking about. If you're talking about sexual assault, things like that Those are crimes. Those are despicable. And I guess, technically Hugh Grant soliciting hooker. That's a crime. But please, But, yeah, I mean, you know, start you afraid to be alone in a room with you, Grant? Because you knew that years ago, he got a hooker one time. People. People have people have things Arnold sexually. Arnold Schwarze body has things sexual. I don't let's be careful. Don't conflate. I don't Some of those things I'm telling you again might be weird or icky or laughable to you but aren't really harming. Let's not conflate those with the real. Problems. I am very proud of the fact that I couldn't get laid in a Tijuana prison with a handful of pardons. Let's leave it at that. Okay, we'll take a break. Jennifer, you want to take it from here? 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"schwarze" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Show. A Z. I mentioned earlier. Poetic justice for the world's most unfortunate looking birds, So stay tuned. Can't even imagine the bird right of poem. Stay tuned. I'm guessing That the hand held vacuum technology is advanced in the last several years. I need one. But the last one we had was just an exercise in frustration here. She just like over a single crumb like playing some sort of bizarre during video again. Just busters. That sort of thing. Yeah, your handheld. You know, way we've had good ones and bad ones. Main thing is you got to clean the filter a lot. I mean, the filter gets gummed up fast. And then from that point on you do that. You got one. Cheerio and yours going. It just won't pick up the one Cheerio And you refused to pick it up with your your passes. Cheerio. Look at it and put him back down. Right. Put it better try to pick it up again. Because this thing cost $75 pick up the freaking cheerio was their jelly on it was a stuff It'll know. Uh, try this again. Brewery. Hurry. Had one. That was great. Remember what brand was? The clothes are handy. So handy for your car. Your home if you got kids or must? Yeah, we got that stares You got like the carpet in the middle of the stairs than hardwood on the other side of it. And what am I gonna do with a dust cloth like some sort of sucker know, maybe I'll maybe I'll go to the storm. Thanks. Sort of sucker. We watch The Simpsons episode where Homer says And so now, my son, Sam always says Now I'm using my legs like a sucker. Yes, yes, That reminds me that guy who wrote like the Most Simpsons ever did A guy's super reclusive, never does. Interviews. Never has. He did a super long interview. I guess John Schwarz Geller Schwarze. I can't remember his name. It's not that last one. But yeah, it's if you're big Simpson's fantasy. It's really cool. Anyway, getting wasting so much time being woke it work, he finally writes a memo to everybody. Look, we make project management, etcetera, etcetera software we don't have to solve deep social problems chime in publicly whenever the world requests our opinion on the major issues of they or get behind one movement or another with timer treasure. These are all important topics, but they're not our topics at work. According to Tech journalist Casey Newton, about one third of the company's roughly 60 employees to buy out shortly after with one fuming. Basically, the company said, Well, your opinions don't really matter unless it's directly related to business. Ah, lot of people are gonna have a tough time living with that. Here's how it all came up. So a new hire quote volunteered to help the company work on diversity issues, Okay? So it's a newbie who says volunteered? Yeah, I think I would like to help this company with some of its diversity issues. I'm new here. But I would like to volunteer to be in charge of diversity issues here at the company because I noticed there's not enough diversity. Um, Yeah. Okay. Wow. Wow. Danger danger. This included the working on diversity included criticizing the fact that for years many employees had contributed to a list called the best names ever in which they placed funny customer names. Like the sort of name is Bart Simpson used to use when he pranked Moe, the bartender, Amanda Hug and Kiss Seymour Buck, Is there Amanda hugging kids here? Why can't I find a man to hug and kiss Steve is into high? Yes, exactly exactly in the truly distasteful Mike Raj. So anyway, they compiled the list actually funny customers with funny names. Ah, third of the company joined the diversity initiative behind the volunteer and two employees who had contributed to the list of funny names. Asked Why why have we never had an internal reckoning over that list? They apologized for their involvement and included the link to something called the Pyramid. Hate from the Anti Defamation League. I've seen this pyramid of hate. On the bottom of the pyramid. Jack is not inclusive language and micro aggressions at the top is genocide. And the point being If people or institutions treat behaviors on the lower levels is being acceptable or normal. You end up with genocide. I'm not sure that you do off course, Ugo. So the base camp chief technology officer and co founder, uh, condemned the list of funny names but found the invocation of genocide to be an example of catastrophe izing that had the effect of shutting down rational conversation, which is exactly right. And Jonathan heightened. Greg Lukianoff wrote a brilliant book about it. How how young people are making themselves crazy, partly because they act like the tiniest little fences just disastrous, and they have to lie in bed weeping for a week. When one employee continue to push this line of logic, Hanson pointed out that the employee himself had participated and just making fun of customers names. You're the person you're complaining about. He thought, But soon after the day made it clear that woke ones. We're going to change the culture, and I'm apologizing for the sins of my past. And, uh, blub blub, and they said, look no more societal in political discussions on official company channels. It's a major distraction. It saps our energy. It redirects our dialogue toward dark places. But on Twitter John Breen, who's bio describes him. Is he him? A DHD Southwell software developer. Queer High Maintenance, tallied the exodus in a thread that began. Let's keep track of the folks who are leaving base camp and do what we can to find them a new home where they're allowed to exist without being told they're divisive. So a third of the company left so some people put in their list of things. They are high maintenance. Did you want to say that to people? I'm high maintenance answer. It's a thing. I mean it, Z No, that was something you put on there. Yeah, it's kind of worn as a badge of honor. You know? Or is it or isn't it? Or is it supposed to be like I'm admitting up like saying I'm an alcoholic or something? It's no, I think it's like saying yes, I'm a diva. I'm a bit of a diva. Of course I am. It's that sort of thing. You know, it's it's a potential but on a similar topic. I just absolutely love this. I hate it, but I love it. A bunch of young snowflakes that Simon and Schuster, the legendary publisher, What have they been around for 102 100 years? I mean forever. Um, they petitioned the company not to publish any books from anybody who served in any capacity in the Trump administration. And I think this whole book thing is weird. So if you've been following the one about the biography of Philip Roth, the author, I have not. I don't know if that Simon and Schuster not so He's one of the greatest authors, uh, in the novelists in the history of the English language and certainly in America. And may end up with a Nobel Prize. Someday he's that level. So the best biography ever written about him is just coming out all the reviews. They're just raving about how this is vey biography of the author in America. So if you like that sort of thing you like that sort of thing, Okay, but Something came out about the author of the biography after the book is already been reviewed, and is about to be released. I forget what the guy's got easier. He came onto an intern or something like that. It was a me to thing, but so they decided not to pull the book. They said, decided to pull the book to pull the book and they're not gonna publish it. There's already been reviewed. It's fantastic. Everybody loves it. It's about this author. Everybody who likes this author wanted to read the book, but the book, so I'm gonna be published because the guy who wrote the biography came out What kind of world do we live in now? It's just crazy. That's stupid one, I'd say. Good luck. If you're gonna go back through history and treated that way, Good luck with any music. Hey, Well, good luck with anything. Architecture er Devolving desire, tearing down this building because the designer once showed his penance to a girl in a drunken college party. Yeah, beautiful or wasn't up to speed on race or whatever you know, the argument by the world crowd is you can call it canceled culture. We call it a responsibility culture where you're held responsible for what you've done. Yeah, but the problem is, there's no due process and there's no proportion to it. You know, I don't know what this author about the author, and somebody probably write a book about him someday did But come on, You gotta cancel the entire book..