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Arizona School District Issues Mask Mandate, Defying State Law
"Staffers returned to campus in the valley's largest high school. District today, and they will be wearing masks in open defiance of a state law. The superintendent is committed to CDC recommendations. We teach science in Phoenix Union. We trust science in Phoenix Union and will continue to follow those guidelines. Chad guest in fears a surgeon coronavirus cases and the Delta variant could force his schools back to virtual learning exclusively Phoenix Union High School District has made it very clear that we want to bring back in person learning, and when we come back, we want to stay back guest. Wouldn't name the legal basis for his mandate, which violates an executive order and state law approved by Governor Ducey, Peter Seymour Katie Air News. The city of Phoenix is
COVID-19 Delta Variant Runs Rampant in the U.S.
"The delta varying it is more contagious K to ours. Peter Seymour joins us live from the news centre. Becky Valley Wise hospitals in Arizona have 12 Covid 19 patients Right now. We had one patient in the hospital 3.5 weeks ago that had covid 19 disease, so Certainly starting to see an increase again. Dr. Michael White and former CDC director Richard Bessler hope the slight surge doesn't mean worse things to come. If everyone were to get vaccinated with this vaccine, there'll be less virus spreading around less likelihood that there would be very in submerging that we would need a new vaccine for like a booster shot. Public health leaders and hospitals are still measuring The Delta variance mark in Arizona as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations remain steady. But Los Angeles County reports a spike of 3000 cases in the past three days. So who needs to be concerned any area where there's a lower rate of vaccination you're going to see spread, and it's going to vary by neighborhood here in New Jersey, where I am my community 76% of adults are fully vaccinated the next town over its 44% health leaders in L. A county. He blamed the unvaccinated who catch the delta variant in the valley. Dr. White believes that variant is making his dozen covid 19 patients sicker just here. Over the last few days, we're starting to see people that are presenting that are more acutely ill needing more intensive care. Last month, the unvaccinated made up 92% of Arizona's coronavirus cases. Dr White calls this all the more reason to take your covid 19 shots where we are now within the Covid 19 pandemic isn't a lot better place than we
"seymour" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"And then too bad. But the limits get loosened phillips between one project and another. The day stretched out in front of him. Mt and inviting days to waste away. Turn into days spent wasted alcohol's gentle womb doesn't quite cut it and neither does the folk of prescription pills heroines. Embrace welcomes him back. Philip stone co sobriety was only a few months ago but slowly heroin pills him out of family life so we have sunday tuxes but his demons. Don't go away. They hide just beneath the surface pulling him back down into the docket steps. He knows the risks. The heroine's changed but he's changed. The drug comes cuts with tepe. Powerful painkillers now. His body is flabbier. he's heart. We are them when he used but that doesn't matter logic con stand in the way of his next kick. He's still filming. He's playing the director of a deadly dystopian game. Show the hunger games. He rains down death and plays with. Contestants lives just like his own word is getting out. One time he calls a reporter from atlanta where the final hunger games is being shocked but he slurring sentences fizzle into nothing names places and people a lost in the haze but the end. The.
"seymour" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"He's good he school up putting on a couple of oth- amila place by chance the same small life dramas and dilemmas. He saw in the audience that time on the stage. Philip shines and in that success the seed is sown. It proves something to him something he seen in his mother but now knows for himself. That lives can be wrenched in new directions. That old weaknesses can be overcome it. So's a sense of urgency and impatience and impulsiveness.
"seymour" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"Doesn't want to lead. You want something more interesting because between the matinee idol and the pantomime villain is the every man is where we watch for in the darkness of the cinema with our little weaknesses. Temptations are cruelties and compromises phillips on screen. You don't see a star sean. Embark you see a reflection with every failing magnified the lost the loathing the arrogance that deceptions. His characters don't plan world domination. Nothing that evil but the everyday ins the ones we will have their. Oh they're barely repressed..
"seymour" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"This is a crowd podcast. It starts in the dock thoughts in the audience. A mother and her son settled into their seats at a quiet provincial fiercer. It's putting on a production by local drama society author milas all my sons the lights dim a haas fools the stages small the actors ordinary but as the plot plays out as the characters secrets and lies break through the boys transfixed when applause breaks the spell and the cost take down. Some things. shifted facade is falling away the mri petty reality of the world is laid bare. He looks at his mother next to him and sees her life and his with new is. This is how philip seymour hoffman. Looks back on that night. I literally thought. I can't believe this exists. I was changed permanently changed by that experience. It was like a miracle to me phillips. Not your usual hollywood star not your usual leading man. Some actors do charisma and chom irradiate confidence. They lead and the audience follows. Some actors can do that can win over the world. Philip kant for starters. He's not got the look middle-aged creeps up on him i. he's grizzled and bloated is belly wobbles over his waist. His hair hangs lanc is is a blank doll watery box. He.
Brazilian And South African Covid-19 Variants Detected In Los Angeles
"Cases being reported not only county is holding study, but the county is Seymour sickness is caused by covert variants. Public health officials this week confirmed the first case of the South African strain and the first three local infections involving the Brazilian mutation. That's according to L, a county's public health director, Barbara for rare CDC is classified. The South Africa and Brazil variance as variants of concern because they're potentially associated with increased transmissibility and reduce susceptibility to certain therapeutics. Pereira says there are probably many more cases of the variance President the county and that's in addition to growing numbers of the UK and California strains Track five public health officials. 84% of the variants sequences past week are variants of concern with the probability of increased transmission, transmissibility and even more disease, more severe disease. There is some good news on the very in front, though the vaccines seem to work very well against the California strains, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The only times reports those variants accounted for more than a half of all new infections the state between late February and mid March.
Federal judge hears arguments in Boston exam school admission case
"Austin Federal court is hearing a case today between those four and against temporary changes to admission for Boston's elite exams. Schools Devil BBC's Karen Regal is covering a group of white and Asian parents calling themselves the Boston parent Coalition for Academic Excellence argues using ZIP codes as a factor in admission to exam schools like Boston. Latin is a violation of the 14th amendment, which guarantees equal rights under the law. The attorney for the coalition argued Boston schools Seymour interested and racial balancing than academics. Boston schools hit back pointing out Those who brought this suit seem to think they're entitled to these seats and exam schools when they are not saying these seats are open to any student in this city, and that this temporary wave admission is a way to address quote the devastating effects of covert federal judge Young has taken the case
Stocks End Lower Amid Decline in Tech Shares
"We start off with another tech wreck on wall. Street the nasdaq falling more than two percent. Today tesla facebook netflix apple. All dropping sharply and check out the iwan's wm small-cap etf losses accelerating into the close. It is now down six and a half percent this week alone. All this happening as yield actually fell today. So what do you make of all this guy you know. It's like you're my head. Because i was going to start with the russell russell's actually down nine percent since the all time high we made. I think on monday march fifteenth. And i'll tell you we do this. We do a call every day. At twelve. Thirty and tim seymour came out. I think the market was at the highest. They said there's something about this day. I don't particularly like and he turned out to be a bit of a soothsayer. And i'll say this this is one of those moby dick days when you just bookmark. A certain page will bookmark this one fellas and girls because a lot of really interesting things happen to vicks obviously rallied late russell. Down big you know you mentioned ticket and wacked with interest rates. Actually going lower. There are a lot of things not to like about today. And it's got me a little bit concerned now with that setup concern for awhile for today really weird field at all day to manifest itself late with the sell off
Supercomputing: An exascale-sized challenge?
"Terms of supercomputing and high performance computing or. Hp see are one and the same but you hear hp being used more moldy days. There's a growing cool for the democratisation of supercomputers which historically has been tricky because supercomputers weren't really created just to do any old bit of computing. His jacob bama hp and engineering research scientists from hewlett packard enterprise the for supercomputers were invented to solve a very specific problem a hydrodynamics problem for simulating nuclear weapons. So during world war two there were there. Were trying to develop these nuclear weapons they had to do. What's called a numerical simulation. It's essentially a fluid dynamic simulation and so they needed to run that problem numerically through a computer and that's kind of alan turing and john. Von layman come came up with the architecture in sort of the algorithm for running numerical methods on these systems supercomputers have come a long way in a relatively short amount of time thanks to innovation in materials experimental architectures industry pioneers like seymour cray and ever increasing processing speeds but for the most part until very recently these machines have been the domain of scientists the prospects of solving some of the really hard problems that have plagued humanity forever. That's like in our sights now like we could like feasibly solve problems like cancer and all these crazy permutations on corona virus. And and any of these like really scary viruses. That are gonna come out okay listeners. So this is one of those that starts normal and gets a little complicated. I'm going to get a little bit. But i i really wants to get to the bottom of these powerful machines and i wanted to understand what makes a sweeping meters so well super so i could up bill. Manel vice president and general manager of high performance computing hewlett packard and surprise. A super computer is a lot of processors memory and a high speed interconnect time together. Supercomputing provides the the hardware infrastructure if you will to do parallel computing. Parallel computing is important. Because typically in a problem you'd wanna break up the problem across multiple processors or or multiple servers or nodes typically. What you do is break up. The data that's called data partitioning where little chunks are putting in each server on each processor and then worked on independently and then at the end. You bring it all together. This parallel computing is kind of a big deal. It's what makes sense a numeric. Who problems i deal for. Cb computers on what makes them special or different to the the santa my desk. It's mostly because they're optimized around solving scientific and engineering problems in terms of how they can partition data. How they can manipulate the data. How they can keep a certain amount of data in memory at one time. So you're not always moving data back and forth to drive or to network for example. Okay key point. Here is all about data. Starting from those initial fluid dynamics simulation these big machines have been used for all kinds of modeling from whether to weapons alongside their partners. Intel bill and his team are in the process of deploying a supercomputer could aurora one of the world's first x. scale computers at the us department of energy. What's exco well to answer that. I need to know that supercomputer speed is measured in floating point operations per second aka flops which are basically just the number of calculations it can do a second exit scale computers computer. That's able to do at least a billion billion floating point calculations per second so there's no single chip in the world. That can do that. So you've gotta bring together a lot of chips into one system that allow you to accomplish that. It's basically tend to the eighteenth. In terms of number of floating point operations.
Despair and disparities: covid-19 consumes Brazil
"Has just gone through. Its deadliest week of the pandemic daily fatalities. Hit a record level of more than nine thousand nine hundred on thursday bringing the total number of deaths to more than two hundred sixty five thousand and cases to more than eleven million. The discovery of contagious new corona virus variant in the amazon region has fueled the brutal second wave but the government's response has been slow and patchy and has failed to contain the spread. The sense that you get living here is sad and almost fatalistic. It feels like this country has given up on dealing with this pandemic in a responsible life saving way. Many months ago ceremonies. Lynn is brazil correspondent. Even though we are all seeing that the cases are higher than they've ever been. The hospitals are full in nearly every part of the country. The restrictions that have been introduced feel completely out of tune with that reality. They've been late. they've been minimal. And some cities are slightly stricter than others. But i think the feeling that most brazilians have is that covert is just going to happen. Overtake this country like a tidal wave. And there's nothing that anyone can do about it and the concern right now. Is that the. The health system is buckling under the weight. Right so the difference between this second wave compared to the first wave is that for the first several months of the pandemic. The virus was sort of ping-pong between different brazilian states whereas now most of the country's twenty six states are seeing their hospitals at or near capacity. And there's really a limited ability to sort of transfer patients or doctors or supplies between the different states recently. The health secretary of the amazonian state of honea mentioned this desperation in a video aimed at those who weren't taking the current virus seriously is typical seymour's known them was laid to swap mine. Nothing lead today but also by a sweatshirt but he says we have no icu. Beds for your mother your father for your aunt. It doesn't matter if you're rich. Poor young old. We simply have no. Icu beds available and those rising in numbers. Those strains that are coming about. Is that down two new variants of the viruses. That the big problem here. That's definitely part of the story. They found this new variant in the amazonian city of manaus late last year. It's called p. One and recent studies show that. It's one point four to two point two times more contagious than other versions of the virus. And the really scary thing is that it looks like it is much more capable of reinfecting people who have already been infected. That might be why people in manaus were hit really badly by second wave. Even though some studies suggest that as many as three quarters of the population had been infected in the first wave the other thing that seems really scary is that it looks like this. Current wave is affecting young people and much higher numbers than before so this variant is clearly causing some of the trouble. But you also say that. There's a certain sense of fatalism. That's contributing here. I mean how much does that have to do with the leadership. We talked a lot before. About how president of brush off the pandemic bolsonaro hasn't changed a bit at a recent event. He told brazilians to stop whining about the krona virus. Sugar jimmy because the club and said how long are you going to keep crying about it. But it's not just him the first wave you saw politicians trying to take a different stance and even going to the supreme court to fight for their right to shut things down even though the president disagreed this time it's different. Brazil has been seeing cases creep up for months now and it's only in the past few weeks. That mayors and governors have really started implementing serious restrictions closing businesses fulltime rather than. Just say from eleven pm to five. Am which is what we had in sao paulo for a few weeks. And what do the brazilian people think about. The the patchy measures have been put into place. I think there's a real split. You definitely see the outrage that brazilians especially the more educated and richard brazilian have had from the beginning. But there's also a real feeling among the middle class and the working class that putting in more restrictions is going to do more harm than good because the economic situation is so bad. Unemployment has barely come down from its high of around fourteen percent and the emergency cash payments. The federal government paid people for nine months last year. Have now been cut off to. Millions of people were basically plunged into poverty when the clock struck midnight on december. Thirty first congress is trying to push past a smaller version of the cash payments. But it's going to take some time but certainly one path out of all of these kinds of trade offs is vaccination. How is the country's program of of inoculation going. It's had a frustratingly slow start. Brazil has administered vaccines to only about three percent of its population that's way behind neighboring countries. Like she lay here in brazil. Most of the problem is that boston otto is anti vaccines and many months ago. When he had from different vaccine companies including some that were doing trials here in brazil he kicked the can down the road and signed with astra zeneca but that one provider hasn't been enough now here in sao paulo. The governor signed a deal with the sign of that company to produce its corona vac vaccine in the federal government. Sort of found itself forced to make a deal as well but they've also been all sorts of supply bottlenecks and problems with distribution and real kind of ineffectiveness by on the part of the national health ministry. Which is overseeing this whole effort. It sounds like a fairly bleak picture all around but it's not just a problem for brazil if these new variants in particular are allowed to run rampant. That's true and it's really scary. The longer the disease is left to fester. In in countries like brazil greater chance that new variants will start to emerge that reduced the effectiveness of covid nineteen vaccines elsewhere in the world posing a threat to nations that have already immunized their populations in a lot of these countries. That are still really struggling with the virus. You see their leaders just begging for the rest of the world to send them vaccine so that they can vaccinate people as quick as possible so far. We haven't seen that from bolsonaro he's been really against vaccines but just in the past few weeks. It looks like maybe he's starting to change his tune. He signed a deal with pfizer and he suggested in a recent interview that he himself might get vaccinated. So i guess the hope is relieved. The bolsonaro will understand that vaccinating people is essential to the economic recovery. That he's been prioritizing from the start and that that combined with attention from the rest of the world in getting vaccines to brazil will start to allow brazil to get a handle on something that feels right now like. It's totally out of control very much for your time sarah. Thank you jason
Modern Oracles and Astrology
"Welcome to kids myths and mystery signer host. Kit chrome with this podcast. I begin a month long examination of modern oracle's and their methods of divination last friday. I mentioned how not all forms of designation demand a psychic or even a sensitive one. Such form of discrimination astrology as common popular astrology is today is complex but as mentioned does not rely on the reader having psychic abilities instead relies heavily on planets and stars. Initially you might scoff at the idea of pulling any kind of prophecy from the heavenly bodies. But let's take a look at the history of astrology. Mayan astrology is a variation of mesoamerican astrology. One of the most forward thinking kinds of astrology of times. Mayan calendar's comprised of twenty day signs and thirteen galactic numbers. Making two hundred sixty day. Calendar year the mayan study of the moon planets milky way son was some of the most accurate pre telescope astronomy in the world. Mayan astrology goes back to around the fifth century bc. Then we have england stonehenge. Gerald hawkins work on stonehenge was first published in nature magazine in nineteen sixty three following analysis. He had carried out using a harvard. Smithsonian ibm computer. Hawkins found. Not one or two alignments but dozens. He had studied one hundred. Sixty five significant features at the monument and use the computer to check every alignment between them against every rising and setting point for the sun moon planets and bright stars the position say would have been in in fifteen hundred bc so has astrology around for a while no doubt but let's go back to present to find out how astrology works. Here's a simple answer. Astrology works on many levels at the simplest level. It is not unlike a complex clock the uses the motions of the planets in a similar way to the movement to the hands on the face of a clock. Now let's dig a little deeper. Astrology is the belief that the alignment of stars and planets affects every individual mu personality and environment depending on when he or she was born. Astrologers print horoscopes and newspapers that are personalized by birthday. These horoscopes make predictions in people's personal. Lives describe their personalities and give them advice. All according to the position of astronomical bodies a survey conducted by the national science foundation found that forty one percent of respondents to their poll. Believe that astrology is very scientific. This begs the question astronomical bodies affect our lives. Solar flares cost electro magnetic disturbances on earth. That can disrupt satellites and even caused blackouts. The position of the moon costs us ocean tides. If you're a fisherman that position of the moon can have a significant effect on your livelihood. The solar wind causes beautiful aurora and sunlight itself is the main source of energy for our planet. Still the question. How is strategy as a tool of divination astrology uses a set of rules about the relative positions and movements of heavenly bodies to generate predictions and explanations for events on earth and human personality traits. Some used astrology to generate very specific expectations. It could be verified against outcomes. What does science have to say about astrology. Simply that it's not scientific yet. Hundreds of thousands of people have been influenced by designation nation provided by astrologers millions across america. No there astra logical sign and read their horoscope in the newspaper. Daily get this j pierpoint morgan. One of the world's greatest fight answers was suspicious of accepting planetary advice but ended up applying astrology to all of his personal affairs. John adams famous second president of the united states refused to sign the declaration of independence until the exact moment planetary indications were most auspicious. And this will really get ya jay. Jacob stout jeff pierpoint morgan and seymour cromwell comprised a bracket of three successive presidents of the new york stock exchange who utilized astronaut. Advice implanted their operations. They scoffed at this. However upon the arrival of the wall street crash these men had been warned by their astrologers and thus averted disaster disci- support astrology is a form of give nation. No has astrology affected millions of individuals over the centuries the answer is a resounding yes
Archaeologists delved into medieval cesspits to study old gut microbiomes
"Time than it takes to drink a cup of coffee you can learn about muscle mass loss during spaceflight track the migration of asian hornets and explore the supernova. That caused extinctions at the end of the devonian period subscribed to science sessions on itunes spotify. Google play stitcher. And wherever you get your podcasts. I'm scientific american assistant news editor. Sarah lou frazier. And here's a short piece from the january. Twenty twenty one issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine. The article is titled quick hits. And it's a rundown of some non corona virus stories from around the globe in costa rica researchers embedded gps devices in decoy sea turtle eggs to track poaching patterns in their first field test. Five of the hundred and one decoys which had similar size weight and texture to real eggs traveled significantly potentially reaching consumers in latvia dna harvested from a seven hundred year old public toilet in riga as well as a six hundred year old cesspit in jerusalem will help researchers examine. Human microbiomes have evolved over time. Microbial dna from both sites matches some species common in modern hunter gatherers and some in today's city-dwellers in antarctica. New analysis suggests a fifty million year old foot bone found on seymour. Island comes from a species of bird whose wingspan reaches six point. Four meters across the researchers also attributed part of a large jawbone with tooth like structures to the species in a madagascar garden researchers found several volts goes chameleons a rare species whose females can change from green to vivid black white and blue excited. The short lived species had not been documented for more than one hundred years and no females were previously recorded at all in indonesia. new research shows that fluffy but venus slow lawrence's frequently bite one another to settle territorial disputes a rarity in venomous animals in australia an enormous newfound coral reef off the continents northern coast is taller than the empire state building rising more than five hundred meters above the sea floor considered part of the great barrier reef. It is the first detached reef structure discovered there in one hundred and twenty years. That was quick hits. I'm sarah lewin frazier.
There Are Hall of Famers, and Then There’s Hank Aaron
"And the nation are mourning the loss of Hall of Famer Hank Aaron. On a chilly April evening more than 40 years ago, Atlanta Atlanta Braves Braves star star Hank Hank Aaron Aaron past past Babe Babe Ruth Ruth to to become become baseball's baseball's all all time time home home run run leader. leader. He He closed closed his his Hall Hall of of Fame Fame career career was was 755 Atlanta resident. Add Seymour Visit the site of Erin's historic home run now just the concrete left field wall of demolished Atlanta Fulton County Stadium with the 7 15 sign attached. Seymour tells WSB. He clearly remembers that blast. I was seven years old when he hits 7 15 watching with my grandfather, and it was probably one of the biggest force in moments of my life. And while Aaron lived a long, eventful, meaningful life, Seymour says it wasn't long enough. We
"The dates was friday march. Twenty fifth nineteen seventy seven. The location was lens. Brace sports and social club house. Teddington greater london uk. The police briefing was being held in a small room in the pavilion. The was tense with excitement. The officers present had been working toward this moment for almost two years and it was time to raid the suspected lsd laboratory at twenty. Three more road hampton wick kingston-upon-thames a short drive away from the briefing location. The rate had been brought forward because it was known. The suspects at seymour road with flying out of heathrow the next day detective inspector dick lee led the briefing and all present hung on his every word. Small writing group consisted of several operation. Julie detectives including stephen bentley and eric wright who had been undercover in rural wales on the wider inquiry. Also present were a small group of scenes of crime officers who were going to search the house in gather evidence. The officers left the briefing and took up position. The raiding party had split up some went to the front door while others went to the rear of the house. That was inductions. It was eight. Oh five pm exactly and detective constables. Bentley and right in the groove that clambered over offense at the back of the lodge detached house as the to approach the french windows stevenson to greenwich his mate and colleague. Eric who was alongside him. There was a cry of geronimo. In eric's unmistakable gloucestershire ebba. Then one of the offices sworn garage bar breaking the glass windows. That was shouts. It police stay still. Don't move but officers could hit people running scurrying around like giant mice. It was mayhem for one. It was a little scary. what would they find. Would there be resistance. Oh violence what would happen next for detective constable stephen bentley. It was a life changing experience and it all started with a phone call. He received from detective inspector. Dick lee the operational commander of the newly formed. Secret of julie squad back in april one thousand nine hundred seventy six. The following podcast is brought to you by true crime investigators. uk but who are they. Joan was a police officer for thirty years working locally and nationally as detective. Sally was also a police officer. For twelve years and then retrained as a lawyer and practiced in criminal law now both retired and review cases of interest. Some sold some undetected throughout this series. They'll discuss the cases. They're reviewing and interview relevant parties including police officers suspects witnesses and experts. The next case for review is counted drug investigation operation. Julie which took place in the mid seventies and an interview with one of the undercover agents involved in investigation steven bentley. Just like say welcome to everybody and all of our listeners. Whether you'll new to his own not and we just wanna say that. We're really pleased with the progress of the series. We've been so well received without a lot of interest and with hudson good reviews as well. So what do you think of the response john. Well we're absolutely astounded as the worldwide coverage that we received and the fact that we now talk into all the podcasters in the crime community. Australia america all parts of the world in fact. And we're just can't believe how we've taken off and mainly because of the lockdown of course technologies sort of come to the fore everybody's now on skype and other types of media which is fantastic. Doesn't it it has. Yeah i'm we've been am dragged into the twenty first century whether we like it or not so with within our podcast series. We want to cover all kinds of serious crime. Not not just the murders but in particular. We've got an interest in undercover police. In way we're interested in the work that undercover officers do when the pressure that that brings and then potentially the danger that that brings with that kind of work and with that in mind. We decided to bring operation. Julie to the podcast. Both of us had read a book called undercover operation jubilee. The inside story and that was really fascinating book written by one officer who was involved in operation julie and his name's steven bentley. So we sort of conducted some research around. That didn't wait. What we found was that there was a detective inspector. Dick lee in thames valley drug squad and he was putting together his sort of annual report. That a ba- late nineteen seventy four and he realized that there was some kind of anomaly in the his undercover officers. Were very active in the pop festival scene and regularly they were being offered amounts of ls stay and considerable amounts of lsd.
No surprise: Peyton Manning a Hall of Fame finalist
"Finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame have been announced, and I am not at all surprised at the list. Ah, you have paint Manning ever heard of him? So Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson, Calvin Johnson and in Jared Allen. Have all been named finalists. There are also rendezvous Barber, Tony Bacilli, Laroy Butler, Allen Fan Icka, Torry Holt, John Lynch, Clay Matthews Jr to Sam Mills, Richard Seymour, Zack Thomas and Reggie Wayne. Those are the finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. I can't quite think of Have to go back and look, I think that's pretty much everyone that I would have moved. Send in the next round. You pick five as many as five. Right? See guy. Go, Peyton Iago! Woodson. I think you go Megatron rather gate. Ah Ah, I probably hang onto Jared Allen. I go John Lynch.
California has nation's 2nd confirmed case of virus variant
"The more contagious UK variant of covert 19 was found in California. After it crops up in Colorado. ABC is Kaylee Hartung is in California doctor found, she said This was expected. He said he wasn't surprised, and he warned will likely Seymour cases here in California and across the country. But this comes with the reminder that the variant experts believe will respond to the vaccines this on the day marking one year since the World Health Organization was told about an unknown virus in Wuhan, China.
Joe Biden unveils cabinet picks with Obama administration ties
"In the nation's capital, President elect Joe Biden has named several Obama administration officials to be part of his new team and CBS News. Political contributor, Robby Mook says this is pretty typical have to bring in people with experience. That's one of the things that Biden ran on Lucy, one incompetent people who could handle the covered crisis, for example, but we're seeing new folks as well in a number of posts. You know, people to judge is a great example of that. Someone who came along After the Obama administration was over on. I think you'll Seymour as the Cabinet fills out in its entirety. They haven't even named all the positions yet. Meanwhile, Inauguration day is quickly approaching coming up on January. 20th.
Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family
"You for your time. First of all, my wife's so obviously the French Open had been different than New York, but everyone's talked so much about the conditions this year. Is it that different than the French Open? You played last year in the spring? Yeah, of course, I mean, even though in springtime you can have some cold days and rainy days you in pies, of course, you know, my first round match was I think the coldest day and we played in the rain so think like the ball just turned brown. You cannot see any yellow from the bowl, but to be honest, you know, it's just you have to accept it embrace it and just be grateful that you have the opportunity to play another grand slam, even though it's you know, under these conditions you may the fourth round of a grand slam twice in the French Open you made the third round what kind of expectations do you put on yourself going into a major? Well, I do put I mean, I think that's what makes me, you know a good job. Sure that the have expectations for myself. I have I'm coming here with the mindset of winning the tournament. Of course. It's a long way to go but I'm not coming here to to win too much has and I'm like, okay, I my third round. No, that's not my mentality. And I know that I can do it and you know shown some great tennis this year, especially in a solid as well. And I think that I don't see why not going deep deep here or in the next major. How do you unwind and stay entertained in all of these different bubbles off when you're in a tournament, especially in a slum stress level is like after here. So let's say in Australia that we were not in the bubble. I had room service most of the nights because I just wanted to be as relaxed as a good so it's not a big difference. It's just the fact that you cannot go out. That's what makes most of the players, you know feeling a little bit trapped wage. But to be honest to have a great team that makes it so much better. You know, we're having a lot of fun with dom and Daniel so, you know good food good company and found my friends back home. I cannot complain that soon nothing, you know negative from my side. So I kind of liked it. I think I'm going to be sad once this wage bubble thing is over because I feel less stressed. I have to say wow, that's a good perspective to have and you mentioned your team. So Tom Hale and then who's Daniel dials my Physio and Tom is of course my coach. Is it fun working with a team? That's so young. So we're all twenty-five years old mean, and Daniel which makes it so fun, you know, but of course we're working with Tom. It's so easy. I mean you have nothing to worry about she takes care of most of the things before I even tell him his job. Larks have nothing, you know nothing to complain about and I just enjoy every every time you you know, I'm on the court with him. So it's great to have you know, these people around them. They're not like a family member, you know, what was the quarantine experience like for you? I know you're Greek, but you're based in Monte Carlo. So what was the quarantine like I was in Greece because God I just wanted to be you know with my family at that time and my brother my sister came back also, so we spent the whole time together with was amazing, you know, go to clubs a lot in my fitness and stuff because was the only thing I could do outdoors and just started playing tennis after five weeks since I came back from South Indian was it was it was nice. I have to say I enjoyed home. Your mom. Angelica was a top forty WT a pro. I feel like no one really talked about that so much. So what is that? Like has she influenced wage? Career a lot. Yeah, of course. I mean seen Seymour mom now with you know, it's nice but she always has some jobs, you know things like good things to say and oh forget the word now like advice like advices. Yeah advices. So I you know, she has been here actually she stopped when she was twenty-five. So it's imagine like me stopping now, there's no absolutely no chance. But you know, it's great to have someone that really knows what you're going through. She's she's a great supporter. Does she still hit that she play with you ever. Oh, that's so that's the thing that you know, I am actually complaining about her cuz I'm like she works out a lot in the gym like every day we have personal trainer, but she doesn't play. I think I'm going to convince her to you know, Start eating again. Does she watch all of your matches and have comments for you afterward? Oh, yeah, and this seems more stress than any other part than that makes it even you know more weird because she has been changed my position. So I think she really knows when I'm stressed. So she's even more stressed but funny enough like once it's dark home. Let's say this is watching my maths c as this game off phone called Candy Crush piggy White Noise. She's watching them out and playing that game just to make her more relaxed. That is so relatable though. Did she ever Hands-On coach you when you were little she can help me out a few times when I was when I didn't have a coach, but when I was little I was practicing with my grandfather cuz she was my mom's coach up until I was twelve or thirteen and then I'm just, you know work with some other people, but my mom was there with me when she called herself the emergency quote. So when I was without a job She was in a stepping in so that she ever have advice that's annoying for you or is it always really helpful? It's one thing that annoys me a lot is like make first serves. I'm like, okay mom took you very much. I know that I have to make first serves. It's like just just put it in just you know, kick it. I'm like, oh no, I'm not playing Under 12. I'm I'm competing with players. I have to hit Prestige and she's like no convinced that have to put more first serves. I'm like, that's our disagreement.
Maria Sakkari on being part of a tennis family
"Thank you for your time. First of all, my wife's so obviously the French Open had been different than New York, but everyone's talked so much about the conditions this year. Is it that different than the French Open? You played last year in the spring? Yeah, of course, I mean, even though in springtime you can have some cold days and rainy days you in pies, of course, you know, my first round match was I think the coldest day and we played in the rain so think like the ball just turned brown. You cannot see any yellow from the bowl, but to be honest, you know, it's just you have to accept it embrace it and just be grateful that you have the opportunity to play another grand slam, even though it's you know, under these conditions you may the fourth round of a grand slam twice in the French Open you made the third round what kind of expectations do you put on yourself going into a major? Well, I do put I mean, I think that's what makes me, you know a good job. Sure that the have expectations for myself. I have I'm coming here with the mindset of winning the tournament. Of course. It's a long way to go but I'm not coming here to to win too much has and I'm like, okay, I my third round. No, that's not my mentality. And I know that I can do it and you know shown some great tennis this year, especially in a solid as well. And I think that I don't see why not going deep deep here or in the next major. How do you unwind and stay entertained in all of these different bubbles off when you're in a tournament, especially in a slum stress level is like after here. So let's say in Australia that we were not in the bubble. I had room service most of the nights because I just wanted to be as relaxed as a good so it's not a big difference. It's just the fact that you cannot go out. That's what makes most of the players, you know feeling a little bit trapped wage. But to be honest to have a great team that makes it so much better. You know, we're having a lot of fun with dom and Daniel so, you know good food good company and found my friends back home. I cannot complain that soon nothing, you know negative from my side. So I kind of liked it. I think I'm going to be sad once this wage bubble thing is over because I feel less stressed. I have to say wow, that's a good perspective to have and you mentioned your team. So Tom Hale and then who's Daniel dials my Physio and Tom is of course my coach. Is it fun working with a team? That's so young. So we're all twenty-five years old mean, and Daniel which makes it so fun, you know, but of course we're working with Tom. It's so easy. I mean you have nothing to worry about she takes care of most of the things before I even tell him his job. Larks have nothing, you know nothing to complain about and I just enjoy every every time you you know, I'm on the court with him. So it's great to have you know, these people around them. They're not like a family member, you know, what was the quarantine experience like for you? I know you're Greek, but you're based in Monte Carlo. So what was the quarantine like I was in Greece because God I just wanted to be you know with my family at that time and my brother my sister came back also, so we spent the whole time together with was amazing, you know, go to clubs a lot in my fitness and stuff because was the only thing I could do outdoors and just started playing tennis after five weeks since I came back from South Indian was it was it was nice. I have to say I enjoyed home. Your mom. Angelica was a top forty WT a pro. I feel like no one really talked about that so much. So what is that? Like has she influenced wage? Career a lot. Yeah, of course. I mean seen Seymour mom now with you know, it's nice but she always has some jobs, you know things like good things to say and oh forget the word now like advice like advices. Yeah advices. So I you know, she has been here actually she stopped when she was twenty-five. So it's imagine like me stopping now, there's no absolutely no chance. But you know, it's great to have someone that really knows what you're going through. She's she's a great supporter. Does she still hit that she play with you ever. Oh, that's so that's the thing that you know, I am actually complaining about her cuz I'm like she works out a lot in the gym like every day we have personal trainer, but she doesn't play. I think I'm going to convince her to you know, Start eating again.
Man dies after being shot by Seymour Police Department
"A man suspected of stealing from a Wal Mart and Seymour was shot and killed by police officers who were chasing after him. Kurt Darling reports video of the shooting taken from a bystander. Officers got to the Wal Mart and they saw the thief and they say he was armed with a handgun. The man ran into a ditch, and that's where the officers shot him, say state police investigating the incident. He died at the hospital troopers haven't been able to figure out the man's name. Kirk Darling 93 WNBC Mobile
Breaking Down the Busiest Day of Earnings, and Whats Next for the Markets
"Well the alphabet bouncing back in the third quarter among big tech. Of course, it has been the underperformed the pandemic. Now, seeing outperforming the after hours core advertising revenue returning to growth after its first revenue decline in more than two decade history that was last quarter key is what the company sees going forward. On this point they didn't really give us much CFO port telling me that they did see a broad recovery and advertising this past quarter, and that was in line with the economic recovery. But she said they're still uncertainty on the call. She said that there are signs that user behavior is beginning to return to normalize levels everything else guys was strong from Youtube revenue to play to cloud which revenue forty, five percent going forward. Co. Sender. said that they will further breakout cloud as a reporting segment so that investors can track aggressive investment and progress. Of course that reflects clouds growing importance to alphabets, overall business, and perhaps the competition their lost the guys I would just note that there have been at least two questions on the DOJ lawsuit and increased antitrust scrutiny which has been building around the world back over to Melissa Deidre. Thank you. Depot with alphabets results, Tim Seymour. This as Deirdre had mentioned had been the laggard going in among the big tech science for the year, a laggard versus its peers laggard, versus the Nasdaq are we setting up here for? Dairy. Say a Golden Age for alphabet. Well, the profitability I look at the the the massive beat here on the bottom line is very encouraging for Google shareholders who've been a little frustrated and yes. If I had to sum up earnings of the big four here, there's no question that the response to the share prices is is a function of really where these stocks have come from not come from. I I love the fact that Youtube is now five billion dollar business. I think that's going a lot higher the fact that the cloud is three point four billion to me breaking out, and if you look at all these separate businesses in addition to the core search Juggernaut, which is showing no signs of weakness at growth backup close to ten percent. So yes, Google is way too cheap at a time when the three other copies were. Talking about and even facebook which struggles on the low end evaluation scale have re rated and Google has not and Google really I think took a major step here, but it's about breaking it out too bad transparency and I think that's part of what we're getting there I mean the saying that it will from this point on breakout cloud gene seems to be a very good sign a sign of confidence in the growth of that business. It is I think it speaks to a bigger opportunity with the stock. We talk a lot about search. We talked a lot about cloud breaking out. Cloud is an indication. You know they WANNA get more at illuminating other parts of business, and of course, there are other beds. This is not above the fold and the. Today but I think any investor who is buying Google right now should pay close attention. They've got some gems in there. Other pets around longevity around the future transportation sensitive in flight, and so I think about this the numbers it's nice to see the swing back in the growth rate snap back to a normal level for Google, but I think it sets up A. Very. Simple. A narrative around Google, which is stable core business and other beds which could provide some upside of the multiple years to come Karen I, want I want your take on Alphabet I'm wondering if this confirms, we already believed about the company and its valuation or if this makes you feel like it deserves an even higher valuation than you. Thought Twenty four hours ago. Feel like Mike Pence. There was just a fly there I think that it does deserve a higher valuation remember Google has one of the biggest cash hoards ever and so we saw a little bit of by back here. I think about maybe about eight billion I'd like to see them do more but this is really a validation and remember Google has much more exposure to the travel business obviously travel. Is. This is not where you want to be right now, and so I think that they're going to continue to see improvement it should be higher. It's actually been surprisingly weak. So if I didn't own any, I would probably buy some even up. It's hard to buy something up this much but I would want to own it because this is an extraordinary business and there's a lot to like remember this. Is An. Evolution when Ruth pour out, got their sort of grown up and then she started to show broke up the two businesses. We started the at more clarity will get some more on cloud. So I really like this
"seymour" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"C. minuets waltzes, whatever I was asked to do so it for me. It would full circle. You know there was the wave coming back around that was the wave to. Background I went to a terrible divorce when I was forty and my husband's ex husband lost all our money left nine million in the red with lawsuits every major bank including the FDIC it was in the in the you know the housing crisis thing he'd invested money had told me not to sign everything. And was uniquely ridiculously to a degree of unfaithfulness that we weren't even discussed I had lost everything homeless everything. I called my agent said I need to work yesterday and Colty will they? All all the channels and that time owes the height of my mic careers and they said Alicia anything this movie of the week cold duct quit medicine women, which will never make it as a series but chance to stop tomorrow less than twelve hours to four hours, and then she has to assign for five years even though it will never be a serious because women in the lead medical show family values Western tickle the boxes. So that was it. So you know every time a challenge has happened it's time to opportunities. So many times that I've even written and published for about it cold remarkable changes turning life's challenges into opportunities in. The road ahead and things like that. So you know I. Keep passing on this little tiny piece of information on my keep meeting people who agree with me over done it themselves like Christopher Reeve at and. You know I think that's my inspiration for the times we're in right now I mean that is you know the fact that you you made those choices when you when you were faced with these obstacles, you could have given up and I don't think anyone would blame you. Of course, she went to this horrible thing. Did you hear what happened of course you know and? You didn't accept that and have you made those choices..
"seymour" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"The one of the reasons I digital, the man who is making it as giving off the profits to Foundation Poor Alzheimer's. Limits. Really wonderful but I also. I'm also curious when you say 'cause I I'm I'm not saying it's easy to do all the time but living in the presence really does seem to be the key sort of you know mindfulness and not living the past future but it but it's the idea of what what do you do when the president is. Terrifying. You know With the president of. The present is a scary place that is true. Back UC ICON ICON control the next ten seconds, right Right I couldn't control the weight that you help us tonight there was nothing I could have done to make a difference to that. What I can do is now say to myself oh well, maybe I need to prepare myself and think about what I would do if that happens again. I remember up to nine eleven. Just, watching the tape and just watching these terrible images and just going. Oh my gosh am I gonNa make all the world's coming to an end? We'll didn't come to it was devastating. It changed the world forever. Absolutely. And then I was asked to go off make movie a No one wants to make a movie straight off tonight no one's get narrowly I was one of three people in an airplane after that happens because I spoke to my mom and I said what do I do do I stay home and she said no She said no you can't live in fear. Know you just never know it? She told me a story about a friend because who lived in. He had never driven a car she had never. Done anything dangerous ever in her life never flying airplanes or golden the boats or you know done a sports anything like that entries fifty sold you get out of the house she very safe. She go to the bus stops ghetto the same bus go three stops get off she did that everyday polite. When day the bus came, it jumps the cub and killed. So my mother said really like she never lived a life never. So never had a lie. Yup. With yet undercut, you can't control the bus is gonNA jump a curb. It you it interesting. There's this. There's a cartoon I saw the other day and there's there's two people kind of looking at a sunset. One says, well, you only live. Once the other person said, no, you only die once you live every day. And Ferry does very impactful because ago. Of course, like if you if you live in fear all the time, you're really kind of suffering multiple times you know. Engineers. Something I think. Most people do live.
"seymour" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
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"seymour" Discussed on iMore
"This is not like this is not gonNA break apples bank. They could choose to spend the time towards this. It would take time to develop the interface to be able to send that message into them But this could totally happen. This is not beyond apple's resources. Money skill set a tortoise feisty. I like it at Georgia. Has It so right like we? You know everything that may not be perfect with apple. Honestly they could just throw a lot of money on it and that would probably help. 'cause they are making a lot of money for their for their inventors. Rightly Glory Looks Series. Important serious. Used on everything. Shouldn't they spend the money to make? Siri actually work by now. How many years has series stayed? I mean so. It's not a money thing with serious. It's like it's like you can throw a lot of money at the wrong thing. I think that's what they've been doing. It's like none. They finally hired the guy from Google. Who ran all the stuff at Google? And he's built his own organization and they're throwing money at that which is probably going to be better but they were basically happened. Is Steve Jobs? Love Siri bought. It passed away. Scott forstall who was actually went to school free. I took over. He left and then it got dumped on a guy who worked ready. Qa been at apple for two weeks and they had a lot of arguments and things inside the organization about what it should do. The original series people left. Everyone thought they'd be amazing. They made which became What's it called Bixby on Samsung? Which is not exactly. Set the world on fire. So maybe they weren't right about what should have happened but a lot of really talented people left at the same time and you could argue that the people who were in place for years were completely ill suited towards should have been doing and that's just an example of throwing resources at completely the wrong thing like I wanna make Microsoft or or MC blackberry and but yeah Google and Amazon Amazon especially has spent massive amounts of money and exactly the right direction and apple needs both. They need to spend that money but they need to do it right and just the longer it takes a harder it's going to be to do. I like that Viper in the chatrooms said. Let's get serious. Yeah Viper thank you. Thanks Georgia which is dangerous. I think you know I really do. Think though it's about control. I don't think that it is that they're spending money on the wrong thing. I think that they don't trust that people will be able to really help them. They WANNA control what works and what does not work and they need to open this up. This been what? How many decade look? How long has this been that? This has not worked. I don't remember but it's way too long and I don't want to be frustrated with the virtual assistant that I have. I shouldn't have to spend my time yelling at Syria. I should be yelling at my husband and kids like a normal one searching the web pride I want to be arrested with Siri. It's kind of like I. I can rely on Safari on my iphone. If I WANNA go to the web and go to I can open safari and type in. I wore dot com or hit my my bookmark. And it's GonNa do that. We should series should have the same reliability. Well we can always ask Syria up safari for us. I would like to. The other thing is Really quickly I can't talk to an apple TV. But I can talk to my home pod which then talks to my apple TV. We're back to my home pod as if the apple. Tv is giving me the silent treatment. This is how I'm living in twenty twenty but also want to point out that in the age of Cova Nineteen. We are spending a lot more time complaining about Siri than we are about the corona virus. And I think that's telling for state of I can't. I'm sorry you can't fix. The Krona Virus Apple could accurately fix series. So I apologize by one of these. Two things are solvable. I'm not giving. They don't deserve to get any buys on this a mature connections at this stage negligence. Okay before things get out of hand chat group Chat..
"seymour" Discussed on iMore
"Yeah so peleton famously bolted an ipad to an exercise bike and the treadmill and then charges subscriptions to get real life. Classes Apple has invested heavily. Not just in their health technology but they also have some really famous coaches and health people at Apple. Would you Lori Gill pay for Apple Workout? Plus if it would stream to all of your devices would be tracked on Your Apple. Watch and you could join live classes. Or prerecorded classes at any time from the comfort of your own coves covert virus in forced house. I'm going to say feel it feel it feel it. I know I know so. I actually recently signed up with a personal trainer. And it's been absolutely amazing for me and you know how much hate exercising but I don't hate it as much anymore because of this personal trainer that I've been working with so if you'd asked me two months ago I would have said no because I don't care I hate exercise but we're in that now I I think price definitely matters Unfortunately fitness at even at home fitness programs tend to be a little bit on the Pricey side So I I think it's a great idea but I don't see this particular coming from apple as being better than any other place. There are some things that hands down. I will use an apple version of over some other version. Like Apple Tags For the purpose of the safety security privacy having everything in one ecosystem all that kind of stuff that goes along with it but I think a fitness out. I don't think that that has to be an apple exclusive extra special thing. I think that you can find what you're looking for in a lot of different places and even whatever apple provides may not be for everybody kind of like the way apple pluses. What about you Georges at news plus especially I would probably try to? I would try it out and see. I think the barrier to entry with apple is so low that it's just kind of easy to test things out because usually they give it to you for period of time for free and then you can decide. You know what this is for me. Not into the magazines but I really like the TV and soul. I'm into this and so I would definitely try it. I think that a lot of people that might be You know have difficulty with mobility or getting out or social anxiety so they don't want to train with someone that's that close and personalized to have a personalized person. That's kind of on a phone what you can control how much they see what they see in what you do would be much easier. And if it's an APP that apple makes even a program that you follow along for would be really easy for people so I can see that this works out for a certain set of the population where they would test it out. We would get more fed. It works with the watch then could put all of your information into it and it fits into the apple ecosphere. So I'm intrigued with it but for the name it's codename the Seymour because all I think of when I hear the word Seymour is like feed me Seymour. So I wonder if they're working unconsciously to then you eat and then you have to work out and then you eat again could be could be that the person who came up with the ideas Namosi more. It could be that not as much fun of a car. Play was called stark and the Apple. T the MAC on Intel was called after the South Park Aliens. Non Blanket Car Club at something like that So they have all sorts of really goofy nicknames. So the after the plant is what you're saying could be. Yeah Yeah Well. The guy that the plant was calling him there. I like to get Joe. Would you sign up for Apple Fitness? I'll give a give trial ago. Certainly because this would give them while ago definitely inevitably be a trial but I'm out most mornings Running Anyway So I don't know how much value I'd get out of that given how I spend the rest of my day. Just how Jennifer Anniston and Jason Momoa hosting the workouts. How much would you pay? Then I still. I still don't know that I would do it..
"seymour" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Whatever all these consumer foot career plans. Okay when Sarah million used to steal my couch the couch monk just jus I taught knows so so nicely. Sewn I see people doing. Well Chris Strictly get in Eh so happy for that but apparently my consolation Comedians comedians media which means comedians. Don't the show Ediborah most years in Edinburgh that I've done mostly since didn't go in two thousand in seven aside from that since two thousand three right yes and yes. It was nice to finally some awarded the nomination in two thousand fifteen and then suddenly made money for the last the last three years. Yeah just twelve years investments. Do you usually play the stand right in Edinburgh and they always do kind of last day prank. Canoes the news that I was asked to do this year but I I was home by the time Last year I was. I went straight home after my last show on Sunday the Monday morning I remember being up. Somebody said to me that years ago. They was a tradition on the last day of school that you play pranks on on the on the OX walks in and everybody was good laugh and then apparently some raw representatives did in this. You can't do this. Then it's supposed to show and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. So I said well please do it to me. Spoken grace go for it because I think that hunts to show and facilities in the show without without happens it makes it more special the APP because it does not every day and and and so. Yeah they run with it especially Judea SNEDDON. Who came to the plans? It all in the ball shut with the facebook group. Nothing about it being fast on every day it was on that pretty fifteen. Yeah I did a bit and it shows the show is on the second floor in a circular room with windows could open. I didn't use writer. Just the windows aren't because after noon so I'd let the sunshine and there was a bit in the middle of the show where clock started chain Dong Dong and when that happened I started to change into a scrooge outfit and then as a twelve hour pretended that that's just what what is it ever still got time and then I would run over an open the window Lena Window. Just shout at some random Eh. Today and then they'd go. I say awful. Ignore me or occasionally Christmas..
"seymour" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Thousand poems. Install Prize fucking mental. They're going to breakfast. The next day of celebrity whose nature I guess and so then. You're off that. Was it your way not so you're going to do all spots on the needed to amazing SURBURBAN agency. Liverpool moved to Manchester and that was what year was what year was that that November two thousand seven. Nothing thing nowadays is so takes so long to like for career. It's a kind of nominate for the Adam Company. Wouldn't twenty-fifty yeah. Yeah so that's fifteen took but there's so much competition in stand. Well I was like when I got into it wasn't you couldn't do causing can do degrees. It wasn't really. I'd never. It never occurred to me as a career. Choice is so you Kinda fell in an an artist as well and then after a few years it was suddenly I was stood in the middle of the road or the big spliff him behind thinking about you know do whatever all these consumer foot career plans. Okay when Sarah million used to steal my couch the couch monk just jus I taught knows so.
"seymour" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"So that was that all of a sudden copy star I didn't I was fortunate after six months competition. run by bachelor oculus soup called the budget. Comedy Challenge. Hey you're laughing ten thousand pounds I know and a lot of sleep only stipulated so do the hoop all in Teasha A and if you want it was not was it and when the only run into as because after the second year the realized that we just passed S. and all his money away. Whose idea was because the the final of it and it was this easy you went within an Repub and you told a joke and if there was comedians judging and if that was one you got to the next round and you want one hundred quid? The second round was do five minutes and I was in a statement. Donald from the vase was one of the. That's where I met him. ooh Go and if you want you got a grand so anyone. That's because most of the people getting I don't drink and racist and then the final was in London in London that Jonathan Ross associating it was the closing unlike author Smith Darley's looming news judgment and all eyes and ten thousand poems. Install Prize fucking mental. They're going to breakfast. The next day of celebrity whose.
"seymour" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Fringe fringe a few years ago. I think I see him again. I I didn't McKEN. I used to live in Manchester and am I got to know. Jimmy Crickets Children Komo grew is still. Stand up. Known Frankie Frankie doodle soon was that was well and then she's now priest the comfirmation Donna. Some of these companies and and as much has got married to Jimmy came and did a couple of gigs excess minority which really good night in Manchester. The alternative comedy gigs. And really we appreciate it. We invite me along with this thing that you had the metal once a month had proper Sunday lunch but really old school and it was him and loads and nineteen seventies comedians and impressionists. And stuff right now here and he invited me to go along and I used to go once a month. Just sit there. And listen to like Johnnie Moore and talk about all the impressions and all this talk about Eric. Morecambe and Tommy Cooper and stuff like that. I don't know why I was invited. Graham GRANDPA grumble. We used to go as well really friendly with gray in from the have you don't who Graham from the chroma which is funny one. It was a tough blow. That was weird to join world into the weirdest return. One day the whole what do you call the bloke Oku played. The COPA ALOE author. Stopped the bus.
"seymour" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
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"seymour" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
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"seymour" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"To Greg's live conversation in twenty fifteen with music industry. Legend, Seymour Stein talking about those years at sire records. Yeah, Jim, as you had said earlier, he was instrumental in signing away of new wave bands in the late seventies, but a decade later he inspire would be at the vanguard of another major musical movement. We're talking about west coast hip hop sire signed ice tea in nineteen eighty seven. But as Stein told me it nearly didn't happen. That was almost a failure of mon- I, I would like to think of myself as being on top of new things, but I must have been asleep too busy or too much time in the UK when rap started. When I wrote about party, someone always died when track right has on new cross, a life of crime. Watch flying simple looking anyone to know what I. I I've been left behind then I realized or discovered that almost everything in rap had come from east of the Mississippi. So I started looking in California and I've found ice tea and he was a little suspicious. You know? Why do you wanna sign me? He says, what do you know about this music? I said, well, you know, I just love it. He said, well, tell me. So I should look to me rap is like the kinda music after record and get out real quick because it it's political. It tells the story. It's like a, it's like a newspaper. I said, I'm familiar with that kind of music because one of my favorite kinds of music is calypso and he he didn't know what calypso was, and I played him Jean and Dinah. By the mighty Sparrow..
"seymour" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"From Washington. This is a special edition of meet the press this Sunday. Some of our favorite recent interviews from nineteen forty seven, the meet the press podcast. I'm Chuck Todd. Our first excerpt is from an interview. I recently had with legendary reporter, Seymour Hersh side her. She has been breaking major scoops since the Vietnam war and his new memoir reporter. He looks back at some of the biggest hurdles he's faced in a long investigative reporting career. Let me ask you this because this is an interesting phenomenon in struggle that we're having in our news organization. I catch more and more sources lying to us all the time and and you know it some, it's possible. They don't mean to lie that they were. They were lied to that that happened. How did you handle when when you when a good source had bad information versus a not sure source who gave you bad information? Like you know, there's sort of two to be. There's two kinds of trusted source that sometimes it's it's bad. And you have to have a gun your face. Give me a couple of examples of that. How you handled that? The worst. The worst thing is a guy that you're speaking to. He was feet new belong time off the record. He tells you ally because it's important for him at that point or his career or his bosses through to tell you ally. And that's what I always go nuts. When I get, you know, we all we've all every particularly business. When you're taking risks on stories anyway, you do the best you can you yours, no matter how much you're putting your career in the hands of people that have decided if you think about it, you putting your hands incur in your career in the hands of people who've decided to be disloyal to some money, which is a scary proposition in our business. Sometimes you know, after nine eleven, I went to lunch. I was after nine eleven know what the hell happened. How do we screw that one? Once it was clear, they were just nineteen is a friend of really bright friend in on the inside about two weeks afterwards. Everybody was scared that they were all over the country. These are no, no, this. He said, you have no idea how agency screwed this up. Nobody shared anything, and these guys are like pickup basketball team. I went to the final four or pick up soccer team that got a World Cup shoe like an incompetence nine of them that they were more than six. Nine were known anyway. So I take, I'm trying to write a story about what's going on for the New Yorker then. And I take a bunch of guys. I know I know people in the intelligence and I like the good ones are great and take a bunch of people who on June one of them get him at lunch. This is route one Twenty-three by the CIA or guys deal guys who are older and not afraid of Tory reported that doesn't happen. Now. They don't the young kids now don't have anything to do with us, and that's terrible. Well, I used to go abroad, see the vice president of our country or the national security adviser Asia in Japan. I remember vividly, I've calling I know the name of the guy on the car. I call him up and I said, I just saw so and so. I wouldn't say, I know who you are this ever drink, and we'd never Jay. And I tell them what I know he told me what he know grade for both of us. Very crazy. That doesn't happen. But in any case, I took a bunch of guys. We had lunch. I went to lunch and I joined him and most people are okay with me. One guy was to give me, but anyway, as some point they start talking and they're relaxing. These guys, they start. Just putting down the FBI those dumb FBI guys. And I had said anything. And I finally said, he's nuts. I said, how can you? We've eleven, you didn't share everything. You can't still not be talking to them. One nice to me on there were forget this. This is in terms of why society cut understand. He said the CIA catches Bank robbers and we rob banks. What's the message? We're paid the line. We're good liars. And so they will guy will be will be for ten fifteen years..