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Parrots at zoo separated after swearing profusely at visitors
"Profane parents at a zoo in England have been ruffling feathers with their filthy language. The Lincoln Shara Wildlife partook in five African gray parrots last month and put them in quarantine together. After they went on display. They started using foul language in front of visitors. The zoo has separated them and hope so get a better vocabulary.
Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles' offense struggle in loss to Washington
"For the eagle. So quarterback Carson Wentz get sacked eight times. By Washington's defense birds. Fans were disappointed to say the least. Here's cable W's Shara Day. Howard, You gotta protect cars. In that end of the day. I get to piece together so we can be guys are winning and ugly opening loss for the Eagles to Washington, D. Shawn and his friends. Derek and Brian say they were not only disappointed watching the Eagles play, but they were simply devastated. No, We just got to put the pieces back together. It's a lot of lot of team plagued with injuries didn't didn't protect protect Carson Carson and and Sean Sean could could barely barely compose compose himself, himself, saying saying it it was was also also about about the the decisions decisions made made by by the the front front office office Protected Protected May. May. I I mean, mean, you you seem seem Lane Lane Johnson on the sideline, Andrew, but that's when the front office gotta make their moves. But despite the loss Eagles fans are devoted maybe next week in South Philadelphia charity Howard K. Y W News radio just ahead, worried
Samsungs Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G: All the details on the $2,000 foldable
"Just large galaxy. No twenty three weeks ago. Now it's time for the Godsey full to five Jeez chance to shine. That is a mouthful brought her Chang, and this is your daily charge. Joining me is he not reporter and Samson expert tooken extra me Machar, thanks for having me. So the gutsy full to five G. and that is a really really long name. I'm just GONNA. Keep that point. It got a minor tease at Samsung's event a few back but now it gets the spotlight to itself. So just before we get into all the specs in all the other details, let's let's get the important that other way how much does this thing cost? So in the US is going to cost two thousand dollars. So basically, it's twenty dollars more than last year's model. So it's a lot of money. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That does a huge amount of money. All right. Well, this is. This is a foldable and I get the full supposed to be expensive and it is Simpson's third foldable annexed assessor to last year's fold, which famously had allowed durability issues. So what's different about? Full to in what did Samsung do to make sure this phone holds up What we saw with the flip that they had this spring was that they really had addressed a lot of the issues that the first fold had. So they dealt with the problems with the hinge kind of the crease all of the things that people were complaining about they fix those We're GONNA see a lot of those improvements in the new Z. Fold to as well as. A few like updates from the flip earlier this year. So they've redesigned the hinge and it's the same as what we saw in the flip. So you can have it. You can rest the phone kind of you know at a eighty degree angle or whatever you know set it on your table. They also have these brushes inside the hinge. So in this, they had those earlier, but this is kind of the latest greatest version of those basically to kind of mixture, dust doesn't get in the device or you know whatever is in your purse when you wrote this in there. So they, they've done those sorts of things to address a lot of those issues that we saw last year got in in case God forbid something does happen phone are there any special warranty programs or anything they're doing to kind of make sure that folks peace of mind that spending two thousand dollars on something we're kind of seeing the same sort of offers that they had before were. They'll replace the off the. Screen like a one time replacement for around one fifty. So it's less than if you had to go replace the screen on your own. So that's the sort of thing to kind of try to make it. More. Realistic. Well, if the screen breaks I'm not going to have to pay two thousand dollars to get a new phone I can pay one fifty that replaced the screen and it'll be like new again. No let's about how this differs from the previous model obviously. There's a five gene, the name. So clearly will have five, the Axis. But how much five G. is we've talked about in previous episodes you there's different flavors of it. Right so how much access does this phone actually get on the five networks? On this phone basically is all of the five G. networks like this is a really or at least the major ones that we're using right now this is a very big advance over the folds in terms of a lot of things there's five G.. One of the biggest complaints about the first fold was the tiny screen on the front of the device. It wasn't really useful enough to actually use. The fold as a phone people were tending to just automatically have to open it and use kind of that bigger tablet size screen. So what they've got this time is a screen on the front that stretches across the entire front of the device and it just makes it look last year. It's more useful. So I think people will up using this more when it's closed, not just always having to open it. Yet with the five G., we have a five G. model at all last year for the fold in the US. So this time you know five jeep bigger screen. A lot of things that just make this more attractive and the other a features or bells and whistles that. Help this phone stand apart from his predecessor. Another big thing it's kind of that flex. Mod is what they call it. So that's what we saw I with the flip where you could set the device on the table and the screen will stay open in you know whatever degree you put it in. We're seeing that with this one as well. So they're saying, yeah, you can set it up for like shooting You know a video or whatever or you know or if you're watching something or whatever you can just basically has a built in that's the screen and the device itself So you know that's a big thing that I think people really like that was kind of a cool thing that came with the flip. So. That's one of the bigger changes that they kind of also made some good camera changes with this Basically, they addressed the biggest complaints that everyone had with last year's device and fix those in this one aside from the fact that it's still a two thousand dollar phone. You asked him we were on we talked about the the narrow sliver of customers who are willing to buy a thousand dollar note twenty now this is. A two thousand dollar phone I know it's foldable but. Questions about how useful that is who is Samsung actually targeting with this particular phone Samsung. Is actually targeting note owners with this phone. They found that the people who would traditionally gravitate towards the note lineup. Kind of those early adopters who want the latest greatest tech are willing to spend a lot of money to get a flashy device to get a bigger device and. They're finding that people who were buying the fold are a lot of people who have bought the note in the past or still do the notes It's the way they distinguish the flip and the full term. Each other is they see the flip is this sort of like. Cute. Phone that becomes smaller and put. You can put it in your pocket and it's more of kind of. Everyday lifestyle device and they see the folds as really kind of letting you transition from a phone to a tablet like get more done doing more with multitasking and access different APPS like Microsoft Office. You know things that you would do on a tablet but now you also have an inconvenience of the fact that is also your phone right and then you mentioned MC sophism I'm just curious in your. Demos with this device, how like whether they showed off how you use after how took advantage of this bigger screen? Well, they've kind of had this thing since the first generation of fold where it's called continuity where you could start an APP on the front and then open, it will open at work in the bigger screen and pick up where it left off the issue was there were not ten of APPs that took advantage of it I hope that we start to see more apps soon that work with it. kind of sense than. Samsung has been working more closely with Google and Microsoft and Youtube an office and things like that, and then there's that flex MoD. Also where APPs could you could maybe have you can take like a screen shot of something in an APP over here and then drag it to another APP on another part of your screen more with multitasking. So letting you have multiple APPs open at once is a big thing with the fold You know kind of more of that tablets sort of experience instead of just a phone experience. Give everything that's going on. We're still in the middle of pandemic a still dealing with the recession with millions unemployed. What do you think about Samsung unveiling a phone at this price point? It's kind of the same situation that we saw the note where people who? Would want to buy. This are probably people who were not hurt financially by what's going on right now because they're not traveling, they're not going out to dinners they're not going out to bars. Some people are probably saving money right now and they may see, hey, this is a lot flashier device from what was last year. It. Sampson's had a year to work out the kinks. Maybe this is worth investing in. The two thousand dollars is not unrealistic based on what is actually going into the device is just kind of a question of individual people have to decide if they're willing to pay two thousand dollars, but we have to remember this technology is still really early like foldable screens. This is basically just the second year first full year of seem devices with these. So it's not like these have. been around forever like like regular led displays Five G. is brand new. That is also expensive it adds cost to a device. So you know it's just kind of what you're willing to do but then you know as we've talked before, there's kind of factor of with foldable. You get these because you want people to see them. It's kind of how like iphones used to be like. The newest generations had to have some sort of little tweaks to make it. Make people know that you have the newest device, not that s off your device or whatever that you didn't buy like a two year old phone or year old bound. So it's the same sort of thing with this with you know when people are out using a foldable people, stop them ask what is that? Can I see what is and right now you really don't want anybody close enough to you to touch your phone or see it or or even be out that much to have people see it. So you know it's kind of the whole if you're in it just for the flash flashing aspect is probably not worth it but if you're in it because you want a device that transitions from phone to tablet. It would be attractive for people and thinks, lastly, I heard this phone grants some unusual perks what do you actually get with this phone? So it seems has this sort of VIP program for the folds and you get a membership with it. It's kind of unclear how this actually work works. They said there'll be some benefits like six months free of of this like premium fitness workout system like fifty dollars off like a hare service, six months of free of linked premium. Free Golf membership you know a Michelin Star meal that you can get delivered to your home It's it's a bunch of things where it's like. Okay like you know, I don't know how much people take these and the other thing is they said that these are going to be coming to people who bought the previous fold people who bought the flip. So it's not like you have to buy the new fold to take advantage of this if you really want access to whatever these things are under hoping to add more benefits We'll have to see same is actually done this for a long time with its phones. It'll have like when you buy the new galaxy whatever you get. Six months free of dropbox and you get premium bird blah blah. Blah. So it's not that unusual for them to have kind of bundled promotional partnership deals with their device but these are kind of bigger and more like real world things. You just have you know premium flip board on your phone. Clearly geared towards towards a different customer segment. Than just premium clipboard. People. Who have two thousand dollars to spend not exactly well, thanks for your time Shara. If you have any questions about the full to his up on twitter at the daily charge, you create coverage on the phone announcing dot com the charge. Roger. Chan next listening.
10-year-old boy's lemonade stand takes off in Philadelphia
"Business business has has found found some some great great success success As As of of late late and and as as we we hear hear from from Cabo Cabo W's W's Shara Shara Day, Day, Howard, Howard, it's it's run run by by a a 10 10 year year old old with with big big plans. plans. Now we have five flavors. They are strawberry watermelon, each blue raspberry regular, Michael Harrigan is leveling up, not just from the phone. Earth grade to the fifth grade. But in business, the 10 year old CEO of Michael's Mix has entered the business world with a lemonade stand. Well, I see. A lot of restaurants were like different flavor things, so I decided to try to create my own different flavor thing. Michael's mix isn't LLC and business has been booming since taking to social media. I do have a website you can find me on Instagram. I have a cash up Venmo and Michael's mother, Danielle doesn't just do marketing. She's also his hype, man. I take his 10 year old idea. Is and just organized them. And now they're planning a storefront and collaborating with restaurant chains, which Micah says brings him one step closer to being like his idol. Business mogul and musician. Daisy. I'm not a businessman. I'm a business man Charity Howard came Y W news radio despite being convicted of
"shara" Discussed on KTRH
"Barrett and Shara fryer this is Houston's morning news hi lily Tomlin for Jimmy Barrett Ohio health officials announced yesterday that the state has five known cases a corona virus but what experts said that that number is likely much higher an estimated at a hundred thousand undiagnosed cases what doctor Amy act and the director of the state's health department told reporters that the virus is quote among us but we just can't see it yet governor Mike DeWine according to fox news a Republican tweeted her comment to his followers warning the state's eleven point seven million residents that about one percent are infected there is much to learn about covert nineteen and how exactly is transmitted said fox news viral virologist point out that the virus is particularly difficult because people infected may have very few symptoms now this got me to thinking just a bit if this is the case okay I I look at I don't want to minimize this deal and I don't wanna over blow this deal frankly personally I'm not really all that afraid if we've got a hundred thousand cases in Ohio that we just don't know about what does that tell you it tells you that the vast majority of people they get this I mean the vast vast vast majority of people who get this have no symptoms and go on about their lives that's the thing that's grabbing me about shutting everything down right like again I don't want to not take this year as we definitely have to protect our vulnerable populations like the elderly communal compromise people with diabetes are certainly someone to think about because it does compromised immune system but there's a hundred thousand cases just walking around Ohio how many are in Texas how many here in California and is it in this is kind of backing up the reports that we're hearing that the vast majority of people who get it typically don't even know that they have it or they think it's maybe just a minor cold and it goes on it makes you wonder where we are on that sort of bell curve I coming up March madness being canceled we're gonna talk to a former March madness participant and a two time national championship wonder what's it going to be like without a tournament in the NCAA Disneyland is closed my question is America canceled we'll get into all of that as the morning rolls on right now let's check traffic and weather on the change Julie hardy is on the roadways Hey Julie good morning we do have a exit blocked in it's going to be by a stalled car it's a two eighty eight the northbound side right around hold them but not causing any kind of delay in fact I'm not seeing a lot of problems out there at all if any I'm looking at two twenty five I don't see any problem from one forty six AM to six ten at the twelve minute drive down the Westpark tollway this morning from state highway six in the sixty nine up eleven minutes and if you're trying to travel the inbound side of forty five the Gulf freeway right now from NASA road one to six ten it's only thirteen minutes I'm Judy Hardin Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center all right let's check top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center overcast with five eighty one today tonight cloudy sixty nine tomorrow cloudy and a high of eighty cloudy tomorrow night and a low of sixty eight right now it's cloudy and seventy one at Houston's morning news headlines from Cheryl Hey Cheryl Hey good morning everyone is self five.
"shara" Discussed on KTRH
"News with Jimmy Barrett and Shara fryer highly Conway in for Jimmy Barrett news radio seven forty KTRE chair you were mentioning some people stock up on toilet paper year round I am going to tell you right now that I was ahead of the game on this T. P. rush so I actually saw a news story about two weeks ago about China having trouble with toilet paper so I strolled down to my local grocery store and it just so happened they were having a sale on toilet paper that day I bought I don't know four five packages because my wife is like go down there here's some coupons we get it all put together take it back home the next day was when the big wave of T. P. rice hit here so I don't know I guess you'd call me and early adopter but I got toilet paper to last till July so I'm good how bout you I'm good I am I'm sort of a notorious hoarder yes I stockpile a lot of things that a look at my husband last night when he talked about the people not traveling as a will does that include shipments I mean are we talking about freight or not right now right you know French wine don't mess with the French wine which indicate that no you know that's a that's a luxury in a time of emergency but no apparently you know the shipping is still going on and I know for a fact from people who deal in the oil industry oil shipments are still going are there still book going out right you know the loading terminals are still very busy but yeah this is a global business oil is and you know people here in Houston are having to contend with what's happening in other countries all around the world it is like it's happening in our backyard yeah and you and you got a first of its sort of a bird's eye view of it of it and that you know that oil being that sort of beach head of the economy in a lot of ways so hopefully as we were talking earlier with Jay things will smooth themselves out a little bit all right coming up in just a few minutes the media is flip flopping on what to call this virus first let's check your traffic and weather on the tens years Julie hardy kicking off the roadway say dealing Hey we've got to an accident now for young six ten the south loop it's gonna be the westbound side of Scott and it's in the left lane it looks like we're just backed up maybe two or three minutes now we had a problem on the ramp from six in the west loop to go inbound on sixty nine it looks like they clear that out of the way but try to get back up on that six ten loop anywhere from Hampstead all the way over towards sixty nine it's going to be a bit slow so that's probably gonna take you about ten minutes and we are certain see the rush hour stuff now if you're trying to travel the inbound side of forty five north freeway the heaviest area is going to be from about beltway eight am to six ten give yourself about twenty minutes I'm Julie hardy in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center hi top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center Terry Smith on the weather channel thirty getting sunshine for me what's going on the way of sunshine yeah I need to say that but we don't have a lot of rain that's the good news whatever.
Who will win the New Hampshire primary?
"You Hampshire is the focus of the twenty twenty democratic presidential race today as voters continue heading to the polls the nation's first primary and peers got dentro has more from Manchester New Hampshire's primary results could amplify the results of the Iowa caucuses or it could totally muddy the democratic presidential field the question is how well former south bend Indiana mayor Pete blue judge does whether senator any club Shara seeing a real surge as polling numbers and fundraising in crowd sizes indicate signs point to another strong showing for senator Bernie Sanders as well he won the New Hampshire primary four
Democratic candidates head to Iowa to campaign before resumption of impeachment trial Monday
"Well presidential candidates like Bernie Sanders Amy clover shore and Elizabeth Warren are in Washington for the impeachment trial their campaigns are still working hard getting out the vote before the upcoming Iowa caucus CBS's Todd Meigle has more we stopped at center any clover chars Demona campaign headquarters volunteers spend evenings calling potential caucus goers going some likely caucus goers in your area to see if you will be supporting senator clubs are online at even though clover Shara stuck in Washington that the impeachment trial her supporters are making sure voters don't forget her I think that's our biggest advantage is the organization we've got on the ground and the endorsements in his article the senators warn of climate change but they may be forced to increase their carbon footprint because of the impeachment trial they'll have to rely more heavily on private jet travel between Washington and
Democratic debate: Elizabeth Warren evades question about tax rises
"Dominica I want to ask you about Elizabeth Warren as you heard earlier I was saying that she was their primary target the other Democratic candidates and one big issue that kept coming up again and again is that worn whitten say weather middle class taxes would go up under medicare for all and Pete Buddha judge caught her on it here he is let me be clear on this costs will go up for the wealthy they will go up for big corporations and for middle class families they will go down I will not sign a bill into law that does not lower costs for middle class families Mayor Buddha Judge you say Senator Warren has been quote evasive about how she's going to pay for Medicare for all response or you heard it tonight a yes or no question that didn't get a yes or no answer and lots of the candidates kept hammering her or going back to her on that Dominica what do you think how did this moment resonate we'll look last week was the first time that Elizabeth Warren caught Joe Biden in the average of the national polls and congratulations is what happens when you wind up at the top and the polls you become a front runner and you get a lot of that scrutiny and for people to Judge Amy Klobuchar we should remember they really pinned in Elizabeth Warren on what is her biggest vulnerability and that is whether she's electable that's been the number one issue with Democrats in this a lot of folks were just saying she also did not answer that question your thoughts about she didn't she didn't answer the question but that's the point is that she didn't answer the question and the the problem that what people digits in particular was pointing to is that her policies are too liberal to be elected and she doesn't want cops the fact that that people would have to probably have see their taxes go up because Bernie Sanders did say that that's what would happen aiming on the other hand was saying she's dismissive of other people's ideas and that's interesting thing and we're gonNA see how worn responds to all that that's right and she actually spoke about Warren's wealth tax listen I wanNA give a reality check here to Elizabeth because no one on this stage wants to protect billionaires not even the billionaire wants to protect billionaire we have different approaches your idea is not the only idea so dominica were hearing they're mclovin Shara Pete Buddha judge everybody just kind of puppy piling on but how you think Elizabeth Warren held up you know she's going to have to be at the centre now I mean she did not answer that question about whether people taxes are gonna go up she also didn't really respond to people to Judge when he said that you don't have a plan on this you have a plan on everything else but has basically been using Bernie Sanders as a heat shield to sort of keep the pressure off of her are when it comes to Medicare for all and there's a reason why people to judge kept bringing up Medicare for all who want it as he calls it which is essentially Medicare for all who wanted a medicare for all as a choice instead
Use the new Find My app to hunt down your stolen Mac
"According to a study by Gartner tech research firm a laptop is stolen every fifty three seconds out of someone's home car or office and we've all heard or most of us have heard of these find my iPhone apps well see net senior reporter Shara tip can tells us there's something similar now for laptops with the new mac operating system that apple just released this year they have something they just rename that find my and it's actually gonna be able to work with your mac now so what it does is it uses Bluetooth signals from your iPhone that's nearby to kind of try and get late where your mac could be there's also services from third parties that you could buy a like lock it tight and that one actually offers a free service the key to be is is you have to be online so if somebody steals your laptop and immediately wiped said shuts it off you're not gonna be able to find it but if it's able to get an internet connection you'll be able to hopefully be able to track where your mac or at PC has ended up seeing at senior reporter Shara
Giants Name Daniel Jones the Starter, Sending Eli Manning to the Bench
"Re hitting the top story of the day Daniel Jones going to start this week for the New York giants against the Tampa Bay buccaneers Eli Manning officially benched looks like his career with China's over as the starting quarterback well again and we'll see what Daniel Jones happened. I mean he could get blown up and then he lies back in there. Yes that's true I I mean but we haven't heard from Pat Shurmur and we will tomorrow and and what we will hear as I'm sure he's the quarterback and we're moving forward with him and Eli will do his best to mentor him in any. I don't think Eli wants to be traded on like he wants to go anywhere. People are wondering if he is traded spot track tweeted out while unlikely if the giants do trade Eli Manning. He'll cost his new team six hundred seventy six thousand dollars as per week ten point one million dollars to the rest of the season. The giants have already paid him six point eight million the jets are going to get Sam darnold back before or the midseason point okay. The Jaguars are going to get nick foles back around the midseason point. Drew brees is coming back around the midseason point. The steelers are not getting big ben back but it makes sense for them to see who they have in Wehr young guy a guy that Ben didn't want to mentor cantor when he was drafted last year he was definitely rankled by the drafting of Mason Rudolph the of that. I don't believe there's any doubt and he didn't say a mentor him like Rudolph said it's not Ben's Job to mentor me and he used that on his radio show which has since since been shuttered that just to put it all out there that I'll just point to the book and just say you know that's yours since he doesn't want me to mentor him even thought it was funny and and it landed with a thud but they have to see what they have in Mason Rudolph and at Mason Rudolph. Let's say performs like Dak where it's amazing and he's terrific traffic and the team makes the playoffs and gets a playoff start then. We're going to have an interesting thing on her hands right here. Ben will come back and come back saying I am ready to show up and it'll be like far like when Aaron Rodgers got there like oh I don't plan will be ready to garage. Come back in shape. He'll probably say ten fifteen rounds and it'll be ready to go and put the steelers and a tough bind but that is a high class problem and the steelers are going to find out if that's a high class problem that they can have because at some point Ben will be done and Mason Rudolph. We'll be sitting there and for Mason Rudolph he'll be able to just basically say to them because they don't have a fifth year option on him because he wasn't a first round draft pick nick franchise tag me Pittsburgh or trade me and someone also pay me like Jimmy Garoppolo. This is a big opportunity for him and whose his first quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo so we lies not going anywhere no one's going to be wanting to hire Eli manning and the giants the best backup quarterback and perfect mentor for for Daniel Jones perfect. Why would they trade him? who had taken are just told every? I just gave you the possibilities. Nobody needs him but you're you're. You're not like it's not like there's a Minnesota Vikings situation where they had to pull the trigger for Sam Bradford because they had a super bowl ready team that went poof because teddy bridgewater blew his knee up but if you take away his name. Ui Manning and you look on paper you're trying to acquire a guy is three and nineteen eighteen again his last starts and seven years old and I'll say this again do we have shown O'Hara's tweet and obviously he's biased. He won a super bowl with Eli. Put it up Shara so incredibly disappointed and frustrated with the giants right now. Defense gives up sixty three points in two games wide receiver group is depleted but let's change your. QB question marks Kurt said the same thing he sees the film you lie is not making poor decisions. He's making the right decisions. The only decisions decisions he has in front of him and he's being held to account now you can say that it's been a long time coming but it's not the only answer and Daniel Daniel Jones and again credit gettleman. He's putting it out there right now he could have sat there and say I take the rest of the year because the ownership is ready for you. Take the rest of the year and then I'll get more. I'll get more top five picks for Daniel Jones but he didn't do it. What if Daniel Jones comes out as three hundred yards and beats the bucks this week while then we're we're not talking about any more we
Khaled Hussein From Red Door on Trusting the Network
"Is moving up a podcast about secrets to success struggles along the way and life in general today in the pod. Keeler that who seem the CEO and founder of red door. I know Keel it because before his real estate start up now which don't worry we talk all about he was the CO founder of Tilt Hilt which you probably hear me talk about all the time and we also had on the podcasts co-founder of Tilt James Shara a month or so ago so that's how we got connected but that's really just the beginning of it. Here's a cool story about meeting with other motivated and interesting people that you make a connection with after after that really anything can happen Keila. He's one of the nicest and most genuine people I've ever had on the POD. You can tell right away that he cares about others and hand from my experience. He's been really helpful to both Jason. Me On the pay club journey also when Kayla was thinking about starting his own podcast. Who Do you think you chatted with the moral here is that yes it helps to have skills that other people value but more importantly how crucial it is to Gal in the world meet people and build relationships nagging just for the sake of accomplishing a task like getting an internship or a job or investment in your company people see right through that the right right way to build bonds is to do it the old fashioned way the old fashioned human way by taking interest in someone finding a way to contact him her sharing your story then learning about them and then growing that relationship chirp overtime when they need something of course you'll be the one that they call and vice versa but it doesn't happen overnight this podcast. It's very helpful to me for the connection point but all that does is get my foot in the door with someone that I wanna meet but then it's on me to actually create the bond. Sometimes it happens and sometimes it doesn't and that can be for many reasons but then that bond it just isn't there forever either it needs to be taken care Rav. We need to chat every once in a while. I keep them up to date on what's happening in my life and they do the same and there's it takes work but like anything else that takes hard work and possibly really longtime the results can be meaningful. That's it if we're good on the building relationships spiel. Let's get into this awesome awesome conversation with kid well it. Thanks so much for having me into your your we work in San Francisco of course thanks for having me on your podcast excited. We'll even even been looking forward to speaking with your co founder of one of your previous ventures James Shara on the podcast and it was a unique podcast. It was different than the than the normal aw he's he's not a normal person so yeah. He's very unique very special kind of person so I would expect. No less yeah so you in your earlier life. You Co founded this company tilt I talk about time because mixer. It relates a lot to pay club and you guys had a lot of successes and a lot of ups and downs and we can talk about that in relation to to your journey and an I have another really cool startup still in the fintech space which is really interesting. I mean I don't know that that came out of your work with tilt or got to that. We'll get into that too much. Let's start early days. Where'd you grow up. Where'd you go to school. When did you start to become The menu are today yeah all thank you. I am. I actually grew up in Egypt. I grew up in Alexandria Egypt specifically early and as very fortunate. I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs. My father was an entrepreneur. My grandfather was an entrepreneur and the owned multiple different businesses and so I have inherited that if you will and so I grew up there I went to school there and and finished my high school in Alexandria after which I started my first company and is actually in the real estate space as well. It was kind of a property management software to help property managers know which properties are rented which ones who paid who didn't that kind of thing and that was we're talking about over seventeen. Maybe eighteen in years ago now in some dating myself MC time and I finish this business and then I moved to the US I went to Virginia Tech for school. I studied human computer interaction and that kind of shaped the rest of my life really in terms of focusing on user experience awesome products and what the psychology is of these users had they think through problems and the solutions and so forth I finished my masters and then I joined the company called Webmail that was almost before g mail was there. That's how old I am but I joined that almost nine months later the company nine months later the company got acquired by rack space when when rack space at the time was two hundred or so employees and so is fortunate. I joined that team in racks base and I moved from Virginia. Down to Texas coming from Egypt side note coming from Egypt Virginia Genia was really called for me knows first time to see snow as mind blown overcompensated they went to Texas and Texas is actually harder than Egypt. Believe it or not yes that is where I grew up so racks phase. I stayed there for about four and a half a few years and I seen the teens grow from two hundred people ish to about maybe four thousand in four years almost a thousand person a year. The company went public went to up to thirty five billion dollar at some point and it was really great got to learn so much of head amazing mentors and after that journey decided to jump on board to try something else. Try something on my own and and that's when I started tilt and I know we'll talk a little bit more about it but it was an awesome can of Silicon Valley show story and we got to learn a lot from that journey. I got to meet Jay's an in which is I feel very very blessed of Madam and I learned a lot from him as well as an as an entrepreneur as a founder and and then after we sold the company to Airbnb I say that AIRBNB for about a year and a half or so and I left to start my current venture called red door in the Fintech real estate mortgage space yes right now. It's tying all your stuff together. The your your first job yeah I Egypt Yeah so how'd you how'd you get connected with James. We are great story and so you know how how one one of the best advice of ever gotten in my life was in order for you to succeed as an entrepreneur but really it applies for anything you have to build L. Trust and network. You have two people need to trust. You and you need a lot of people dressed. If if you have a lot of people in in your network but there's only two people that trust you is not going to help you that much and if if you have a lot of people in our nobody trusts you it it doesn't matter either and so I really took this to heart and I started kind of throughout my entire career really even starting from high school and college is as I cared so much of a building that network and making sure that I am trustworthy. My reputation really mattered a lot so I I I remember in my first job at Webmail I kind of engineered the situation where I run into their founders and try to learn from them and get them to be my mentor or so I I grabbed lunch with them and presented a few ideas and then they all looked at day deserves. Hey listen. You're smarter than that so clearly this is not a meeting of these ideas from this and I said well okay one day. I WANNA start my own business and I just want to learn from you guys. I think you have a lot of experience and I just want to have them. As my mentors they took it and they ended up big mentors for a very very long time and they actually ended up investing in Tilton their investors in this company as well in red door and through those two mentors they were were they met James and they're they knew about James was building company at the time called crowd tilt and he was looking for a CO founder and and and they wanted to invest but they wouldn't really invest in a company with Solo founder so they said listen. We have this company. We have this guy just to have a chat as E. Tell us what you think so I chat with James. Three hours later. I quit my job at the time yes I met through. You know those mentors that I worked with for last five years. I love it. I love the story of just forging. These authentic relationships not really expecting anything. Just kind of this is a long longterm thing. We'll see what happens. I mean it didn't take that long to to pay off. You use a fortunate. We met with James for the first time. What was it like. What was it about his vision unlike his leadership at what what sold you on it. I think it was really actually great. There is a lot of things you look for in a go founder and I'm one of the fortunate the people where I didn't have to do this whole co-founder dating thing for for a while it was basically James was kind of either first second meeting and there is there is a lot of qualities you wanna find an leader. You WanNa find somebody. That is authentic that understands this pays this. Also you know one of the bests can across Jeff Bezos says is be very kind of stubborn on where you want to be but very flexible in how you get there and so so I really wanted to get that from my co-founder. I wanted to see where what is. What is that thing that he wants to get out of this company. And where is the company today head we get there. That's going to be a journey. We don't know we're going to discover things out and even that Northstar might change a little bit and the future but it it was really important for us to kind of align our way of thinking that we think the same way or not and that was very kind of imminent India and that I chat with him and so but we really kind of saw the world the same way in terms of tilt had an opportunity to to really just is going to change social behavior change how human beings pulled together for any objective whether there is a college party or building building a bridge and and so we really kind of went after that as our mission
Highlights from the Samsung keynote
"From yesterday's keno. That wasn't the note ten. We talk five g. L. t. microsoft the big spe- and the book s so in the chat. We're talking about the headphone jack and <hes> tim says about the headphone jack if you can't afford a ten dollar adapter for the three point five millimeter kilometer. I'm sorry but the one hundred or one thousand one hundred dollar phone is not for you. J jersey contributes haven't used a headphone jack twenty thirteen. Yeah you're right. I mean a lot of people are going <hes> bluetooth these days. I think it's less of the the logistical argument that like oh my god. How can you survive without a headphone jacks wow. I never thought i'd see the day right like that's. It's kind of my take away from it well. I think it's kind of annoying. I mean if you look at apple their products right now the if you have like the max. You still have a headphone jack if you have the new ipads ads it's u._s._b. If you have the iphone lightning so the only thing that actually works across all of those is bluetooth and the problem with some of these bluetooth it like the air pods are great. They're easy to connect. Whatever but it's the battery just doesn't last very long. <hes> i'm on a long flight. I'm going to use wired headphones because i don't want to be stuck halfway through can't watch netflix or whatever i think that's a religious jews because you don't have the weight of all of the components just resting in your ear and i don't think it's the expense either. It's it's the annoyance of well if i want to you use this technology that i already invested in for whatever my reasons are knowing how to have a dog goal. Now i have to get one and now i might have to find it yeah exactly and for me when i'm using my wireless headphones. I'm draining the battery on my headphones zones and i'm usually during the on my phone because i don't always plug in thinking about that and so then when i end up with both things that low power i can't i choose one charging continue what i'm watching and that's frustrating yeah so <hes> i didn't get a chance to really mention. It was one of the reasons why samsung is removing the headphone. Doc they say is space so they can make batteries larger and keep the phone's a little bit thinner and a little bit lighter. I think that's certainly part of it. I think it's also you know just kind of going with the flow and going with time samsung was always going to have to do this. This is the way that things are going same way with removable batteries. Everybody was up in arms about batteries being being imbedded and samsung for the longest time. We're proud of our removable battery. We're going to keep this going for you until the day they didn't. They're like well now. We can make it bigger but it is still annoying. What else have we got. Ryan says i feel like this is a misstep for samsung. Two different sizes of this phone make one size is and make it really good instead of making clearly inferior. I mean it's just that price point argument right. It's the people that are right on the border and the sucker you in say one is clearly there. We have different opinions here in terms in terms of so. There's actually quite a long list of what the differences are. It depends on you know do value those so for example okay. There's the size there's the battery capacity that goes with the size. There's also a fourth camera on on the galaxy note ten plus and that's that air duct camera so if you want to do the things they're not a big deal but if you want to do things like portrait video or doodle or that what three d. scanning thing you can't do it on the tiny. You have to do it on the ten plus. There's also there are more <hes> battery not battery storage configurations so you can get got more storage out of the ten plus. That's only one that you know <hes> in the u._s. That you can get with five g. if he wanted even though sharon. I are on the same page that you shouldn't necessarily certainly do that and mike rusty card slot. I do think that samsung is artificially creating a boundary between these two justify having the higher price in the bigger your phone. It's got more things but there are a lot of people out there who do want the best and they wanna have those options there. You know just in case. They decide to use them so shara is right in terms of the core features and functionality. There's not really much of a difference in terms of little differences on paper if you want that fourth camera camera you're not going to get it on the not what i think. I'm hearing is technically of course like if you look at the specs. It's inferior foe but i think charles perspective might be for navato but it's gonna use us yeah. I mean honestly like if you look at nobody's nobody's going to be like. I'm sorry like the air stuff looks great but it's not something you're going to be using most of the time right like <hes> yeah yeah. Maybe you're going to eight hours a day for four years or whatever you know maybe by that point. There'll be things that really take advantage of it but at least right now it seems like it's more kind of a the novel feature on they also have the ability to measure things which we also saw in the iphone which could be interesting but again. I think for like a regular user who is accessing their phone every day. You're getting the stylus at it's a little bit smaller and you know it's the same processor it's it's is going to be the things that you would get in the bigger one for a regular user. You're not gonna miss them for a power user. Jessica pointed out which is who tended to be no users. You would want all of those things right but they've kind of positioned the smaller one as the note for people who never had a notes like if you own. I wanna know and you want to know what you're going to buy the big one. If you are like a stylus sounds really interesting and this device looks kind of great <hes> you're going to get a smaller one what else are people asking about break questions come and flooding and the strange one asks given the shift away from three point five millimeter jack on mobile devices do. Do you think we'll start seeing more headphone. Makers have their default cable us <hes> u._s._b. So they can control the digital analog conversion. I think we're all moving conversation by the way yeah i mean. I think we're all the money the the rumor is. I think there's still uncertainty about the next iphone. I think it's still we're gonna be lightning but eventually everything's going to be u._s._c._c. yeah u._s. B._b._c. world because you don't have to carry you know three charters everything more are and you can charge your computer and your phone and it just like it makes life easier yeah and then if they all get wireless charging the wireless power share air imagine that you've got your laptop. That's plugged into u._c._f. And then you've got your phone on top of that like that becomes the wireless charging pad for your phone and all of your other accessories that what is what i really want working toward. We're getting there yeah how long until you think someone's gonna make the headphone jack as a big special feature retro return throwback and who do you think's going to do it. Two years who number cricket phone like autumn the only ones for grandparent jitterbug jitterbug jitterbug jitterbug is gonna make a smartphone version of the jitterbug yeah. I think the free point five millimeter headphone is going to go away. I mean we're just kind of how we are you. You're going to be buying the jack for that. You know another audio audio equipment like we're talking about phones here but like still be interest for that for other things yeah. Possibly i mean it could be a little little bit wonky for awhile and energy and that's what we see every time. There's the sort of shift right any time. There's a shift in charters by you know. There are other benefits to u._s._b. A._c. two so it's it's possible that it will be harder to find that kind of headphone in the future but you're applying logic to it. I'm saying novelty. Nobody gave it a couple of years and it's going to be like a big thing like remember this. When i was your age yeah and it's weird jag gonna put money on it. I'd say blackberry or palm but tim says nokia could be. I fully think it's it's going gonna be apple. It's going to be a joke. No i'm sticking to my guns on this one now one hundred percent phone your money any yeah any day of the week all right tim says did they miss an opportunity. When the galaxy book s didn't have any wireless is charging for the note ten. You mean like having a like like what. I thas yeah pretty much yeah. I don't think we're there yet. We're not but that'd that'd be great so the note ten does have wireless power share which is where you can charge up your other devices any device you can charge up an iphone on it and it's it's actually really great so it makes use of this big battery you pull down you know the notifications shade quick access toggle you turn your phone over and you you can put a phone on it. You can play to any watch any any ear buds that charge wirelessly <hes> and it basically cuts you off at thirty percents battery and thirty percent battery at least on the galaxy s. ten phones will still last you a very long time so i'm really excited about the momentum in that direction. We haven't talked about a couple. We've been focused on the phone. Because of course evans really interested in that we haven't maybe you can take just a couple minutes to touch briefly on things that like the microsoft <unk> partnership the laptop. We're talking a little bit about now. There are other things beside the phones that are made me if you both can like are you can start one thing that doesn't have to do with the phone that you thought was impressive interesting <hes> yeah i i think like the microsoft partnership that was kind of their supplies that no one actually leak no way no like the galaxy book that had kind of leaked yeah and we've been expecting that anyway since last december when qualcomm announced that chip instead it was coming in the third quarter in devices so we're expecting at some point. The microsoft partnership. I think is interesting. Though samsung has over the past few years has really pushed this sort of open partnership kirchner ships sort of thing <hes> you know part of it is because they do struggle with software and they do struggle with services. They're throwing a lot of money on it but it's still hard for them yeah so a lot of the things they announced <hes> with you know like how being able to link. You're not with your p._c.
Everything to know about the Galaxy Note 10 (The Daily Charge, 8/8/2019)
"Today on the daily charge you knew it was coming an obligation to the masses today. We're talking all about the galaxy note. Good morning and cassisi nets daily charge. It's thursday august eighth. I'm joanie salesman and i'm just all court sharia tip. Let's take a look at today's stories last night. Samsung unveiled not one but two big new phones the galaxy note ten and the note ten plus range from nine hundred in forty nine dollars to one thousand three hundred ninety nine dollars. We've got fancy prison. Medic backings gesture controls in the silence four year cameras and an amped a partnership with microsoft jessica shara you right there for all these announcements. What's the single biggest takeaway for me. I think the biggest thing is instead of just just one bigger phone. They actually came out with a phone with two models. This year and one of them is smaller and cheaper than last year's note nine which is a big change. Nobody's really going long smaller anymore. They're just going bigger and bigger yeah. Absolutely i agree. That is the most significant difference for samsung. What you're doing is you're taking what was the pinnacle of its line. You're breaking it into two parts and there are actually you could say that they're sort of devaluing that note for the longest time it stood as the best of the best that that samsung can offer in the year the best specs the best everything and now there's this lighter version <hes> presumably for people who have always wanted to know but didn't want to i have the large screen or maybe didn't pay that sky high price so samsung's creating options there are also creating different price points and it's just a really interesting shift in that strategy edgy one thing you won't be seeing on the notes your beloved headphone jack not only a headphone jack missing from the new notes but the micro s._d. Is gone for the smaller phones to jessica. Why is samsung taking away all our things yeah. I mean that's really controversy all for the longest time. Samsung has been the hold out the major holdout when these headphone jacks acts are being removed. Remember apple said that courage to do this. There is a shift definitely. You're all courageous. Yes definitely there's a shift in in what we're using tillerson to phone so samsung has said that fewer people are using the headphone jack instead. You'll be using that u._c. You s._b._c. port. If you want wired wired headphone <hes> or you might make the jump and go into <hes> the wireless bluetooth headsets and samsung will be happy to sell you that as well so they said that i think it was like seventy percent of set in the seventy percentage of galaxy s. note users. Don't even use the headphone jack anyway. Most people are using bluetooth yeah but this is annoying for people who have invested in wired headphones pray. They prefer for various reasons. Maybe they don't want to charge it up. Maybe they want something. That will just work with any device. Maybe they spent a lot of money on something really good and they love it but if you do that now you'll have to use a dangle. There is a pair of headphones that come in the box but there's no dangle. If you want a samsung dangle you have to pay ten dollars for it but last night i did go round and i tested four different dangles right with the no ten plus list and they all worked on the same video so i don't think that you're gonna see a lot of problems there. You don't have to bite exclusively from samsung and lastly five g. Super fast networks are it's still out of reach for almost everybody but samsung has two phones now ready for five g. now with the galaxy note ten plus five jeep shara. What do consumers need to know about this phone. Yeah i mean basically it's a mess in terms of in terms of how five going to work so what we saw with the galaxy s. ten five g. was it would only tap into the super super fast millimeter wave networks so these are the ones that doesn't travel very far. If there's a tree in the way the signal wig blocked you'd be trees exactly <hes> but it's what we're seeing rolled out in cities like chicago and a new york and there's another kind of flavor of six six five gee that's going to be ruled out more broadly and it can go farther distances. It doesn't have a lot of the problems more stable but it's just not as fast so that's what a._t. Eighteen t and t mobile their broader networks are going to be so like next year. They say they're going to be nationwide with five g. because when they can they turn this on you can basically five asia anywhere. They've just been waiting for a phone to work with it. They issue is there wasn't a modem that worked with it yeah so the rises going to get this phone. I the note ten plus. I five g. They're gonna use an older modem and it'll still tap into the super fast network that they have a._t. And t. and t. mobile are using version with the new modem and it it can tap into the faster networks but for some reason it's not going to so for a._t. And t. and t. mobile if you buy this device you're going to be able to have much broader coverage but you're not going to get the super fast speeds and we don't really know why that is at this point because the modem can support it so who knows but basically it's basically it's super confusing right that sounds about as clear as five jazz generally. I mean next year probably with like the galaxy s. eleven eleven year. You're gonna have a phone that can support all of the variations of five g. So if you really want gee if you want a phone that can last you for several years. I just wait for the daily charge on joni salesman. I'm jessica awkward name charts again. Thanks for listening.
Apple is fixing its busted MacBook keyboards for free -- and maybe for good? (The 3:59, Ep. 563)
"The. Welcome to the fifty nine I'm Joanie Saltzman. I'm Shara Tipton. So Apple's butterflies switch keyboards, or Sharjah's, MAC, book would probably tie, but turf. Like. They're getting fixed again. Years of complaints that keys don't type or they type too much with letters, apple is making some of its biggest changes yet. It's making the replacement program free for basically everyone that has one of these malfunctioning keyboards, and it's changed the material that is using in the switch hopefully to avoid double typing letters to think that what's your instinct about a material change, actually fixing all the problems with this. Keep with. It's really hard to know because they won't tell us what the material is. So it's hard to evaluate whether this is gonna make a huge difference. I would guess that ultimately, they're going to have to completely redesign. This keyboard again. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Well, what do you think about the fact that the replacing all these keyboards Frey, how significant that really you know, it's with some caveats it's not like you can just go in and be like, hey, I have one of these old keyboards. Give me a different keyboard, right? It has to be if you're keyboard is malfunctioning? Right. So they say a lot of people are not seeing this issue. Hugh. But I've seen the issue other reviewers the Wall Street Journal and other places had seen the issues. So it's not just isolated. It does seem like quite a few people do see this issue, where in may double type letters or not type them at all or various other things. But you do have to have a problem with your keyboard, for it to be replaced, and it's only for a certain timeframe. So it's four years after you buy. Okay, which if you think about it, that's kind of the life of a computer anyway. Give or take a little bit. And they had they had I introduced this keyboard replacement program a year ago, but it was more limited in the number of computers that covered. And now, they're basically saying if you buy any of our computers, or you buy any of our brand new computers that we just announced yesterday and it malfunctions you can replace it. So the, you know, the kind of gives consumers a little bit peace of mind, because, you know that you can buy one of these, and if there's problems that can be fixed for free, but also it raises some questions about how confident they actually feel in this keyboard, right? If from the very get go of selling it, they're going to say, hey, you can replace it for free, right? So you think the writings on the wall, they're going to just have to totally redesign? I think they're going to have to do you have do win that could happen. I mean, it takes a couple years, I think to kind of completely redo this, but we don't know if they've started on this along time ago. What it was. We also don't know what computers. They're gonna look like frankly, you know, everybody's looking for ipads, and Macs to kind of merge, which apple has said they're not, but we. We, they're going to be making mobile apps work on max. And so they're kind of getting closer to that. So I mean who even knows weeds things are going to look like while the whole reason they did it was to make these thinner and lighter. I personally, I would take like another millimeter thickness to have a board set. Yeah. Next up Qualcomm, a US judge ruled today that the powerful chick chipmaker is in fact, too powerful in a ruling that agreed with the Federal Trade Commission. The judge said, Qualcomm, suppressed competitors, for wireless chips and exploited its dominance to chain charge unnecessary licensing fee. So in your coverage, you've said that, this basically means call comes going to have to change its entire business model. Yeah, yeah. So Qualcomm sells chips, but a huge part of their business licensing, their technology to handset makers, so they don't license to competitors, like Intel or media tech, they license based on the entire value of phone because. Their patents. Don't just cover the chip. They cover other things that maybe aren't covered in just the processor. So basically, this judge is saying they have to license chipmakers. It means they could be making a lot less on royalty fees. Anybody that they currently have a contract with that may have to be renegotiated. Right. So this could just have who huge implications for Qualcomm, and how they run their business. Do you think that ultimately, will it mean that devices that consumers are paying for will those prices, come down because something like this definitely not there is there's no way. Yeah. This sorry. I mean, we basically out in these trials that apple under the previous was paying Qualcomm seven dollars per phone. No way that Apple's going to shave off three dollars off each I phone because of the or an apple just reached a deal with Qualcomm last month and we're just seeing prices go up across the board. So this, there's no way, this is actually going to have any sort of impact for consumer, which is too bad because that is one of the. Things that the judge said, is that this ultimately hurt consumers and caused higher phone prices, but we're stuck with those prices? It's not even going to change it for the people. It's supposed to help. Yeah. Finally Oculus released its long way to quest headset yesterday. VR's been a victim of hype ever since base book bought Oculus for billions of dollars years ago, but it seems like people who have tried quest seem cautiously optimistic that this one might actually be what gets people normal humans interested in virtual reality. You can read more about Oculus and all these other stories on dot com. I'm Joanie salesman. I'm sharpton. Thanks for listening.
Why Doris Day Will Have 'No Funeral, No Memorial and No Grave Marker': 'She Didn't Like Death'
"Today. I do have an update on a story that I brought you yesterday which was of course, about the death of Doris day at the age of ninety seven and what's interesting is that her manager and her close friend baba Shara says there will be no funeral no memorial and no grave marker. So Doris day. Did not like to talk about a perspective funeral or a memorial. But she did have a very clear will and her her friend manager. Bob says she didn't like death, and she couldn't be with her animals if they had to be put down she had difficulty accepting death. And when he was trying to get her to do the will he said, I would say to her we need to provide for your dogs after he Di and she would say, I don't. Wanna think about it? And she said will you take care of them? She had several dogs when her will written and she wanted to be sure that they were taking care of. But she didn't like to talk about the dogs dying. Oh, he didn't have any children or any siblings or rights nephews nieces reunite, maybe some nephews and nieces her state is going to be donated to charity per her will okay. And the ultimate thing for her was to be keeping the foundation going. She created the door state animal foundation in nineteen seventy eight and she knew her fans loved her. But she never let her celebrity affect her. And who she was she was always just a little girl from Cincinnati who was very talented and went out into the world. And did what she loved to do despite herself. He said that they would have discussions about. How popular she was? And she would say I don't understand it about why she was so loved my gosh, she was very shy person. It's just very interesting. That idea of not wanting to talk about death. I mean, at least she had a will. That's exactly what I was saying. So we knew exactly because then you think about prince, for example. I mean, that's the first thing that comes to mind of having an estate, and and then not having a plan for what was going to happen to it. Yeah. And then it's a mass. Isn't it? Interesting though. No funeral no memorial and no grave marker because she difficulty accepting death. Hope she died and then felt relief. It wasn't as bad as
Netflix's price hikes mean its growth is hitting the brakes (The 3:59, Ep. 545)
"Welcome to the fifty nine. I'm Joanie Saltzman. I'm out for being so last night net. Flicks. Gave another update on how it's price hikes are faring. And the news isn't great. Although Netflix signed up a record number of new members in the first three months of the year. The company expects new subscriptions to basically hit a wall in the US. Now, that's in the midst of rolling out one of its biggest rate hikes in the US right now too. So Netflix race. It's most popular plan to thirteen dollars and raised its entry level tier for the first time ever. Do you think it's getting to expensive as you know, everything is always too expensive for me? And I would not pay for that. I'm already don't pay for Netflix. Thank you, friends and family discount. So yeah, I it's not a surprise to me that as prices go up, and as more options com that you know, what Netflix is offering is not worth it to a lot of people, and they're willing to pay a cheaper price for someone like, Hulu, even though it has commercials or anything else, basically. Yeah. Yeah. What are the other things that they talked about during their conversation was about things about the competitive landscape? We've got a big like seems to be very popular already coming from dizzy, and they price. There's like half the amounts yet that Netflix is going to be what what how do you think those things are going to stack up the last time? I was on this show. We talked about Disney, plus and my estimate for how much I would pay for it is five dollars and their pricing was seven. I'm like, oh, we do that. I do your subscription it works out to being five eighty. So it's pretty close. Yeah. It was very close to what I was willing to pay for it. And I think that's definitely going to big challenge for net foot. Yeah. I agree. So moving on apple and Qualcomm, they've been doing it out in court for years, but they before the really big trial got rolling to suddenly settled out of nowhere. What's the story? Yeah. The settlement came during their opening arguments. And if you haven't been following our report Shara tip can has been extensively reporting about this during. Their whole arguments. The gist of it is generally that apple has been using Qualcomm chips for a while up until maybe like twenty sixteen or twenty fifteen or so and they're Qualcomm chips were basically their way of getting like LT and connecting on Qualcomm chips are also kind of the only way that apple phones could get five G anytime soon. But as they were arguing core, it seemed like they weren't going to be able to get access to this technology, and the main argument that led to this court case was at apple felt like they were paying too much for ball com. Chips if calls double dipping, right? Yes. Had not only. Do they have to pay to use the chips, but they also have to pay royalties on the chips itself to kinda get the intellectual property inside of their phones. So they were they were paying like twice twice as much and they were suing saying, you know, we want our money back, and then they settled and also signed a new six year contract with Qualcomm yesterday. So I guess that's the end of that. What does that mean for everybody? Iphones. It essentially means that you're probably gonna get five G much sooner than you thought. You were on your iphone, right? Yeah. Lastly, we also have news out of XBox. The company unveiled an all digital edition of its console is a big deal. While basically means that you're not gonna put any than it. So if you go to any stores, and you know, by these like, this the benefits and advantages of having a disk is that you can borrow it or like lended to a friend anytime you want or you can resell it, even if you have a digital copy. That's not really like something you, and I think Microsoft knows that and you know, they're they can make a lot more money if everyone's buying their own copy as opposed to like selling it, or like, you know, giving it to a used game store or something like that. Yeah. Which this could completely disrupt the entire like used game store contract. But a lot of people I've seen on Twitter criticizing the saying that you know, I enjoy being able to hand these copies over also it's not that much of a discount to warrant getting. It's only fifty dollars cheaper than the act the other Xbox One s. Yeah. Yeah. Do have they said got into the details about if you have a collection of games that you wanna play. We you have access to digital version of it. I'm art of games you've already purchased. I'm not. I'm not sure about that. Yeah. Well, there's a lot of considerations there for all these stories and more you can check see net. I'm joanie. Also, I'm offering thanks for listening.
"shara" Discussed on KTRH
"Welcome back. Sherry Shara is a spiritual adviser and medical intuitive who gained her unique insight because of traumatic injuries that led to a remarkable three near death experiences. The last time she was here as I mentioned, the listeners really seemed to respond to the conversation. She had with callers. So we are welcome. Glad to welcome. Her back. Sherry good to have you here. Thank Aaron I'm happy to be back. Let's start with sort of a general discussion about the science of near death experiences. There were you know, when you talk about consciousness and cellular memories. It sounds a little new agey. And it gets makes me a little bit nervous accept that. As you probably know scientists have actually been writing about this and confirmed that there is something real about cellular memories. That's exactly the truth. And I in nineteen ninety one when I had actually that was my third and I've had. Two more since then. But when I had that accident I had a broken neck, a broken back smashed head and a brain out of place. That's the best part. And so I was told that I would have pain the rest of my life. I'd be bent over, and I would have to take drugs or whatever. Well, actually that did not to me that will actually could make sense. And so I said there had to be something else within my body that was smarter than my computer brain. And I've proven it over and over and over again, and it's called cellular memory where it's clear it's not affected effected or infected by what I call the duality belief systems, the BS programs that this is what you have to do George from that point on. I began to connect consciously not with the Bs called a belief systems. And that is how I began to heal myself and the truth is I didn't do it for anybody else. Honestly, I had no idea ram Bishen that is going to heal the world and that I was going to save people's lives, and that was like a bunch of baloney. It was all about me. But people. Honestly, George my life was falling apart losing everything. I had it was just like falling apart, and I couldn't operate in the way ahead in the corporate world or is an entrepreneur businesswoman. And it just wasn't working. But people started coming to me. And asking me 'cause they said there's something different about you. And I. Because I have a weird sense of humor. I said gosh, you people must be stupid. You're asking me do to help you in my life is falling apart. And so I actually it was eight women who came and said could you teach me something? And I thought God what can I teach? I can't teach you anything. But what I ended up doing with teaching them every week for thirteen months. And this this information started pouring out of me from that experience of being fifteen feet underwater, upside down in the Connecticut river with my head split open and all that stuff. But you know, what it was the best thing that ever happened to be. And I'm so grateful. I'm gonna get you to recap the three experiences in a moment. But before we leave this particular part of the conversation. I'm looking at two different papers that I had pulled articles about scientific papers. One is called memories can be inherited. And it's about how scientists have figured out that memories are genetic that we can have memories from ancestors that we about things that we haven't experienced ourselves. And then that muscle memory exists at the DNA level as well. So that sort is what you're talking about totally. And when I started talking about cellular memory in nineteen ninety one the doctor said, you know, here dear have a pill. You feel better. We're not blaming doctors. But they were all very condescending. However because of the transplants, and there was the famous one of the champagne and caviar receiving the heart of a beer guzzling. Motorcycle drinking nineteen year old and she began the heart. And so she began to love parents pizza, you know, much to the secret of her family. And so that's when they began to say there's something going on here. So I came before that, but because I don't have a medical degree. But I know the body inside and out from my own experience of studying it, I've created energetic charts, and I have taught doctors, and nurses and healthcare practitioners in just everyday regular people business people because it isn't the same because of these belief systems that actually make us sick. So the other thing I'm working on is I have figured out. And it's in the DNA is all stuff, and I'm not gonna wait twenty seven years to get these books polish because this one is going to be the new one I'm working on. And it is going to talk about exactly that that we care. Carries cellular memory of our experiences through our ancestors and through other. People. Entities. Whatever you wanna call them that actually created some manipulation I'll tell you what we got about four minutes four and a half minutes in this segment, and I want to go to the phones soon. But in the next four and a half minutes. Can you give me a thumbnail sketch of the three near death experiences that you had? Well, the first one was I was three I was very I have very loving family. But I was really irritated because I could tell my mother about the lights around people. And of course, I didn't have the words for it. And I would say that this was going to happen. And so she would get really upset. So that was my first one at three my second one was in nineteen sixty five because I had to get married, and I wasn't pregnant, and I was forced into something that's a belief system or not wronging anybody. But in the back of my unconsciousness was a sickness and health health death do us part. So I ruined a perfectly sprints spanking news. Sixty five corvette mattress, Matlock. Well, and then the and then that third one was in nineteen ninety one. And I honestly I had my life her faked. Perfect perfect perfect in my idea. But it wasn't. There was something going on inside of me. That said you've done this you've done this you've done this. But something else is about to change. And I wouldn't listen that's called the intuition that was called my cellular experience not the one where you end up in a river, the one that I ended up in a river. And there was a setup to it. I was on business at the Javits center ran into a gal that I went to high school with didn't even remember a month later. I am in Connecticut, by her invitation. And the next thing, you know, we go to this restaurant called the doc and dine in saybrook, and I made at the dock and die in this drunk woman was having trouble getting your car out. So she asked if I could help her it was eleven. Thirty at night a very tired that up since five o'clock that morning in Boston. Drove to Connecticut got in the car pulled it, and it just the car took off, and they said that I smashed the accelerator down. But when they brought the car up three days later, my shoe was under the accelerator, I was trying to stop it. But I couldn't because I had orchestrated this today to come back, and I met wonderful beans. I call them the twelve lies guys, and it was the most incredible experience. And what I learned the best that unconditional love can be a BS program. Like, total acceptance is the best and no matter what I said, if I swore whatever they were in total acceptance and said you made a contract. Contract. What are you talking about? I made a contract. I didn't make a contract, and they said yes, you did. And you're gonna go back, and I could see the car upside down. I knew it was in the river. And I saw all this stuff going on. And that night at that harbor, and I said, I'm not going to get back in that body. It's a mess, and they said, well, yes, you are. We're not gonna make you. But you're going to do it on your own said, you would do that. And that's when I learned about contracts. Do you remember any of the experiences from when you were three has that comeback year, the experiences you had on the other side? Yes, I talked to some of the you wanna call him guides or channels or whatever. And there was one in particular. And I remember sitting in a Lotus or I mean, a yoga position in the Buddha position in an accident intent and this was in Detroit, Michigan, and I and I. Remember, my dad clearly saying to my mother, she's going to be okay. And I said, no, I don't wanna be here. And I am getting out and I passed out. But in the room was one of my friends and said, it's not your time. Even though I was three years old. I was a very conscious kid, and and I said, no. And she talked with me and said that I had contra well, she called a contract at that time. But that I had chosen to come here. And I had picked a family, and this is what I was gonna do. And I said, no. And then next thing, you know, I was back in that oxygen tent and this hospital, and and I and clearly I remember my dad saying to my mother in this darkened room, and I'm in an oxygen tent and all covered up in this crib that they did way back then. And he said, you know, she's going to be okay. And I'll tell you what cherry will. Pick up the story on the other side have one more question. And then we'll go to the phones, I know that there are callers already on their way to hear from you. Johnny rivers mountain of love take us into the break. Find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM dot com..
"shara" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Sherry on Shara is a spiritual adviser at medical intuitive who gained her unique insight because of traumatic injuries that led to a remarkable three near death experiences. The last time she was here as I mentioned, the listeners really seem to respond to the conversation. She had with callers. So we are welcomed glad to welcome her back. Sherry good to have you here. Thank you. And I'm happy to be back. Let's start with sort of a general discussion about the science of near death experiences. There were you know, when you talk about consciousness and cellular memories. It sounds a little new agey. And it gets makes me a little bit nervous accept that. As you probably know scientists have actually been writing about this and confirmed that there is something real about cellular memories. That's exactly the truth. And I in one thousand nine hundred ninety one when I had actually that was my third and I've had two more since then. But when I had that accident I had a broken neck, a broken back smashed head and a brain out of place. That's the best part. And so I was told that I would have pain the rest of my life. I'd be bent over, and I would have to take drugs or whatever. Well, actually that did not resonate to me that will actually didn't make sense. And so I said there had to be something else within my body that was smarter than my computer brain. And I've proven it over and over and over again, and it's called cellular memory where it's clear it's not affected effected or infected by what I call the duality belief systems, the BS programs that this is what you have to do George from that point on. I began to connect consciously not with. Bs I called a belief systems. And that is how I began to heal myself and the truth is I didn't do it for anybody else. Honestly, I had no idea ambition that is going to heal the world and that I was going to save people's lives, and that was like a bunch. It was all about me, but people in my and honestly, my life was falling apart losing everything. I had it was just like pulling apart, and I couldn't apparatus in the way ahead in the corporate world or is an entrepreneur businesswoman. And it just wasn't working. But people started coming to me asking me 'cause they said there's something different about you. And I. Because a weird since a humor. I said gosh, you people must be stupid. You're asking me do to help you in my life is falling apart. And so I actually it was eight women who came into could you teach me something. And I thought what could I teach? I can't teach you anything. But what I ended up doing with teaching them every week for thirteen months. And this this information started pouring out of me from that experience of being fifteen feet underwater, upside down in the Connecticut river with my head split open and all that stuff. But you know, what was the best thing that ever happened to be? And I'm so grateful. I'm gonna get you to recap the three experiences in a moment. But before we leave this particular part of the conversation. I'm looking at two different papers that I had pulled a articles about scientific papers. One is called memories can be inherited. And it's about how scientists have figured out that memories are genetic that weekend have memories from ancestors that we about things that we have an experienced ourselves. And then that muscle memory exists at the DNA level as well. So that sort is what you're talking about totally. And when I started talking about cellular memory in nineteen ninety one the doctor said, you know, here dear have a pill. You feel better. We're not blaming doctors. But they were all very condescending. However because of the transplant and there was the famous one of the champagne and caviar receiving the heart of a beer guzzling. Motorcycle drinking nineteen year old and she began its the heart. And so she began to love pizza, you know, much to the cigarette of her family. And so that's when they began to say there's something going on here. So I came before that, but because I don't have a medical degree. But I know the body inside and out from my own experience of studying it, I've created energetic charts, and I have taught doctors, and nurses and healthcare practitioners and just everyday regular people business people because it is the same because of these belief systems that actually make us sick. So the other thing I'm working on is I have figured out, and it's in the DNA it's all stuff, and I'm not gonna wait twenty seven years to get these books published because this one is going to be the new one I'm working on. And it is going to talk about exactly that that we care. Cellular memory of our experiences through our ancestors and through other. People. Entities. Whatever you wanna call him that actually created some manipulation I'll tell you what we got about four minutes four and a half minutes in this segment, and I want to go to the phones soon. But in the next four and a half minutes. Can you give me a thumbnail sketch of the three near death experiences that you had the first one was I was three I was very I have very loving family. But I was really irritated because I could tell my mother about the lights around people. And of course, I didn't have the word for it. And I would say that this was going to happen. And so she would get really upset. So that was my first one at three my second one was in nineteen sixty five because I had to get married, and I wasn't pregnant, and I was forced into something that's a belief system or not wrong anybody. But in the back of my unconsciousness was in sickness and health that do us part. So I ruined a perfectly sprints banking news. Sixty five corvette mattress about block while. And and then the and then that third one was in nineteen ninety one. And I honestly I had my life. Perfect. Perfect. Perfect perfect in my idea. But it wasn't. There was something going on inside of me. That said you've done this you've done this you've done this. But something else is about to change. And I wouldn't listen was called the intuition that was called my cellular experience not the one where you end up in a river, the one that I ended up in a river. And there was your setup to it. I was on business at the Javits center ran into a gal that I went to high school with didn't even remember a month later. I am in Connecticut, by her invitation. And the next thing, you know, we go to this restaurant called the doc and dine in old saybrook, and I made at the dock and die in the drunk woman was having trouble getting your car out. So she asked if I could help her it was eleven. Thirty at night as very tired that up since five o'clock that morning in Boston. Drove Connecticut got in the car pulled it, and it just the car took off, and they said that I smashed the accelerator down. But when they brought the car up three days later, my shoe was under the accelerator, I was trying to stop it. But I couldn't because I had orchestrated this today to come back, and I met wonderful beans. I call them the twelve lies guys, and it was the most incredible experience. And what I learned the best that unconditional love can be a BS program. Total acceptance is the best and no matter what I said, if I swore whatever they were in total acceptance and said you made a contract, and it can work. Contract. What are you talking about? I made a contract. I didn't make a contract, and they said yes, you did. And you're going to go back, and I could see the car upside down. You know, I knew it was in the river. And I saw all this stuff going on. And that night at that harbor, and I said, I'm not going to get back in that body. It's a mess, and they said, well, yes, you are. We're not gonna make you. But you're going to do it on your own said, you would do that. And that's when I learned about contracts. Do you? Remember any of the experiences from when you were three has that come back to you, the experiences you had on the other side? Yes, I talked to some of the you wanna call him guides channels or whatever. And there was one in particular. And I remember sitting in a Lotus or a yoga position, you know, in the Buddha position in an accident intent and this is in Detroit Michigan. And I and I remember my dad clearly saying to my mother, she's going to be okay. And I said, no, I don't wanna be here. And I am getting out and I passed out. But in the room was one of my friends and said, it's not your time. Even though I was three years old. I was a very conscious kid, and and I said, no. And she talked with me and said that I had was called a contract. Time. But that I had chosen to come here, and I had picked this family. And this is what I was gonna do. And I said, no. And then next thing, you know, I was back in that accident and this hospital, and and I and clearly I remember my dad saying to my mother in this darkened room, and I'm in an oxygen tent and all covered up in this crib that they did way back then. And he said, you know, she's going to be okay. And I'll tell you what Sherry will pick up the story on the other side have one more question. And then we'll go to the phones, I know that there are callers already on their way to hear from you. Johnny rivers mountain of love take us into the break. Find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM dot com..
Is the separation of church and state an impossible fiction?
"Van jealou- Kohl's more explicitly politically ambitious in the Catholic church was they want to take a more direct role in Brazilian politics. Absolutely. Evangelical have been by far more active and more proactive in seeking political influence the evangelical priests in their churches, especially those of the biggest searches in in Brazil, such as the universal church of God, the vision of cell to Hainault deals led by Juma. Do it. You must see a do also owns a very large devestation in Brazil called record TV. And he hasn't been extremely vocal. But he has given some public comments supporting Jibal so narrow the far-right candidate that ended up winning the elections now, the president of Brazil, and there are several media reports showing how even though the public indoctrination or public mention of candidates and support in the church during ceremonies themselves are quite discreet. Or sometimes completely absent on the margins of the religious ceremonies in the way that people talk and discuss with each other. They are quite suppo-. Live off. What is currently the far right movement in Brazil, the sort of tough on crime conservative in social terms. So this is a very strong movement in Brazil, and a majority of the oven Jellicoe showed support for valuable so Naro by some pulse. Seventy percent of Brazilians who identify as evangelical voted for ball Shara. What's your sense of which way round the horse in the car were there by which I mean were evangelical voting Vizcaya Bolsonaro because they think he's the guy. Always I also narrow going out of his way to convince evangelical that he's their guy. So the interesting thing is that Djabel sano is not an Jellicoe. He doesn't follow innovate Jelica religion, his Catholic. However, his wife is even Jellicoe, and he has demonstrated several policy positions and brother philosophical points that are very aligned with even Jellicoe concern. So for instance, the transfer of the Brazilian embassy from Tel Aviv to jerus-. Elim he stated publicly during the campaign than closer to the election. He showed that he wasn't sure about it. And now he continues to tiptoe on that. However, it was a point that is widely supported by even Jellico is because of their belief that the Jews should return to resume and rebuild the temple. So that the second coming of Christ would come. It's a belief that is very widespread and even Jellico community, at least in Brazil and other points such as publicly stating certainly in the past and to some extent in the present will sonata stating opposition to gay marriage to the presence of gender and sexual education in schools that even Jellicoe stink is beyond unacceptable for their ultra-orthodox views. So these points if Jellicoe symbols on auto are very well aligned there are some voices in the Jellico community that worry about the long term implications of this for the oven Jellicoe movement as a whole for its future because at the same time. That there are very comfortable alliances of positions between both scenario and the oven Jellicoe, both Renato also state some points that are quite violent and points regarding public security such as shooting to kill criminals, supporting torture of criminals, all suspected criminals, and these tend to afflict particularly the poor and particularly poor black men, which is also the constituencies the demographics that tend to be more heavily even Jellicoe. So it's not a complete harmony of thoughts. But so far the social conservatives mobile on auto and of the Jellicoe movements have become quite aligned is it a challenge for president Bolsonaro any Brazilian politician to try to manage the the expectations the hopes and the energies of of both the van calls, and the Catholic church are there points of difference between the Natale I believe that it is a challenge to acquire the politic. Support of these different communities while also attending or respecting the less conservative positions of the rest of the Brazilian population. So the reason why this balance between even Jellicoe sin Catholic hasn't been very prominent in recent years is that the Jellicoe movement has been quite divided politically. Whereas the Catholic church doesn't explicitly get involved in politics. The evangelicals have been involved, but in a very fragmented way. So they haven't really supported a single presidential candidate or a single political party. Brazil is a country with around thirty parties represented in congress, and it is very fragmented. And there are von Jellicoe, you know, in many many parties, the Workers Party that is now the main opposition the arch enemy of Bozon arrow in his right-wing movement. The work aspired self aligned itself with the evangelical during Duma Rousseff and Duma Roussev went back on some Paul. Proposals to provide sexual education gender decay shin schools because of even Jellicoe influence in true, Brazilian, political fashion. Diva Jellicoe movement has been quite versatile and adaptive in aligning itself to whoever is in power in order to increase its influence and try to block some of the moves there against its philosophy. And its main driving influences main driving voice has been against social freedom issues, abortion, gay, marriage, sexual education schools and things like that. So just as a final thought, then if as does seem to be the case Brazilian politics has become more conservative at least if we think of that phenomenon as being personified by the current president Daud extent is that being driven by religious faith. Whether it is the more, traditional Catholic, faith or the new and in a jetty evangelical faith, I think a big part of this right-wing shift of Brazil and the growing conservative. That has been demonstrated by political leaders is
Russia: 'Big mistake' if US dismantles hotline after Syria withdrawal
"Russia is hoping to keep a clear communications channel with the United States. Open. USA radio's Chris Barnes atop Russian official says Moscow expects a hotline between Russia and the US military will stay in place despite the impending US withdrawal from Syria. President Trump announcing last week the US will withdraw all of its two thousand troops in Syria. Move that will leave control of that eastern. Third of the nation up for grabs Russia launching its military operation there in two thousand fifteen tobacco. Longtime ally Syrian president, but Shara Assad the Russian deputy foreign minister saying in an interview that that would be a big mistake to dismantle the hotline that Russia and the US have used to prevent potential clashes. He says he sees no indications that the Americans would stop that line from operating. There's been no comment from the White House though for USA radio news. I'm Chris
Samsung needs a win with the Galaxy S10 (The 3:59, Ep. 496)
"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Rueben Jeff back lar-. Samsung is feeling the heat from wall way, which is developing better. And better phones that means Samsung needs to come up with something. Good for it's expected. Galaxy S ten early next year seen at phone reviewer. Jessica dough court has room around up about the ten. So it's run through some of the weirder ones. Six cameras that's five too many. Wait a minute. Most phones to pixel has one and it's just fine. Hold on. Hold on six cameras four in the back and two in the front great. I just I I understand why that's needed for h DR in for like, I read something like it might take different angular options at once new Bill to choose or maybe hot swap someone's face in real time. Like come on. What are we doing these really going to get people buy more phones? Don't know if you could Photoshop on the fly and superimpose on the fly. Is that a selling point? I mean, I know was so maybe this will be as well, you're absolutely right. Okay. Okay. Next one. So instead of a notch. Apparently, it's going to have like a like a pinhole for the front facing camera. So it's just going to be like a little dot on the side for the camera. It's it's Chad. It's a little chance little punch in. I that's actually the one thing. I think is really cool. I don't like notches. I think they're dumb. I realized why they exist. But if they could fit the technology into something where the obstruction is just a tiny sort of hole punch in the front of the screen. I think that will look really sharp. And. Yeah, now now that I have like a notch phone. I can never go back to something that you know, impedes on top. Oh, you don't like the night. I don't like the notch on any phone. But I realized why it's there. But like I said, I just would like something that's completely gain with a little dot for the camera. I realize you need something where a gamma to be there. Yeah. I mean, I don't even like the pinhole. I kind of like try to you want somehow a camera to go through a screen somehow. Yes. That's it's technology. You're right. It's not completely out of their own possibility. I endorse that let's skip the whole punch go right to the invisible camera. I would say so so speaking about Inskeep technology potentially in in screen fingerprint sensor. Here though, interesting. I hear their crap. I got an inside your friend, your friend. Sean is a guy that crap. You don't want them. I mean, even the first generation isn't that good? Like this idea. It goes back to the camera concept was that just a simple sheet of glass, that's it. That's how it should be. You shouldn't have to fish around for a spot to where you need to press your fingerprint against I'm all down for that. If they could incorporate those two big picture big deal features. I think the got something going for it. Yeah. I would say so the last one, and I know we're running out of time a bit here. Maybe there's going to be a virgin that's gonna have five G. And because I have a high Biton in front of me. I'm gonna press it. Yes. Five G phone next year that deserves a high, but you'll have service in all of one. I'm sorry all of one block in one city because you think five is gonna roll out fast. You don't know you're talking about only that. But the first like probably the first year at least a five G is going to be not that good. You remember how four G rolled out? How terrible it was. I don't know. It was remember kindergarten back then, but it was really bad. Okay. And when you had a four g phone your battery last about three and a half hours. That's a good point. All right. So anyway, next up one of the two an interview that our own apple reporter Shara tip can had with Apple's VP of product marketing. He says he told Shara the iphone ten are selling great better than the ten s and ten s max, which okay, that's good news. I guess for apple. But I can't help read the story and feel like there's this like odd desperation assuming well, it's great in the one that's not selling what are your impressions on that? I don't know. I think like ever since. They talked about how they were going to change the way they talked about. Yes. Sales things have felt a little weird in the room that they're trying to hide something. Right. It seems like they're trying to conceal something about it. I don't know. I think it's more of them saying like, oh that doesn't accurately reflect how will the company's doing good would reflect that right? Like you guys sell stuff. I mean, like more information to me feels like that's good. But anyway, just forcing them somehow justify the fact that they're selling these things, which I think comes off a little strange chore either way, if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on CNN. I'm Ben FOX urban Jeff back alarm, thanks for listening.
"shara" Discussed on RobinLynne
"We gotta made his robin keeps you keep hollered good oh just go daddy's wide world of hiphop we'd like to send a big shout out to the first lady of hip hop mc shara sharon jackson as a pioneering female you set a standard and open doors we may never fully gauge the depth of your influence on hip hop as a culture salute with full honours queen shara brandy.
"shara" Discussed on Critical Role
"Oh excuse me me excuse me i'm just gonna cut through the front and go as far upstairs as they can go we have thirty you can get take one shot the one who's looks frosty it's like are there yet oh boy twelve twelve it does hit in splinters off the armor ice in particular i will buna section just go right back all right the finishes you too not just this week i'm going to move forward up to the other side lay yet can they see now you can see them bucket should i did us but always always on this glamour both players political muslims i'm going to blizzard shara own where's going up here i'm is going to appear uh next to the the garret there with her all right seems immediately confused by the appearance of two jesters and proximity nice are this your action that's your that's ugo yeah i can i use may lament to like kind of crash behind this table cisco's phrasing of any movement and fortunately boss i mean really are any juicers turn these two guys come into play is when russia's up in swings at the luzhniki jester passes through nor effect this was going to six uh it does not had arranged texans that it's going to rush forward and engage with you right there oh boy all right says now bozgo okay well how is it darken here and our bodies dork you curley this little bit of light of you have the closest you'll is ten feet behind yes so you're seeing kind of passion happened in the head and you're like i don't have a good few still do things but you you consider blinds you had this event enjoy attacks in the runup to the guy that just came up with you jester and just.
"shara" Discussed on WTVN
"The studio ended up cutting out twenty five percent of the movie before was released people are clamoring for the entire movie to be released i was wondering what she knew from my hollywood insiders perspective up out he on flux gale end heard shara lease at the row you bet that some it's uh it was based on a a series of animated um shown that was done as a tv series is tetra uh is ill flux net that was made into a feature which are always thrown as you mentioned uh it wasn't successful financially and it kinda put the kyw bosch on surely slowing as the french and actually grow until mad max jury road where she got to be serious that and she was terrific in that you can go back and enjoy that film um uh any foam that has female action heroes i think is is terrific and uh it's a shame that wasn't successful but it was definitely uh and get last heard of course system an alien but many great films so and she's also be executive pretty strong walking debt now so uh both of them continued on have great careers but food fortunately didn't stop their careers either of them but it's sadly was not a successful um financially successful foam at the time mark the demographics that television to shooting for these days well you know they the that it depends on what the show is they have what's called four quadrant which is something that will appeal for everybody but most films and tv shows they'd be there get a male audience for female audience a certain age bracket et cetera but now these chocolate demographics now they're talking about them he called psycho graphics and that's where you can utilize seeing what people by on the internet to to really gauge much more specifically what their interests are and it's so that's the new.
"shara" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"Shara you blew moon's lawyer okay do the math hello does wounding scurry the one sixty two back as media over music the old globe theatre in san diego have announced the original rock production they're doing a musical based on the music of huey lewis in the news it's one of these blocks musical i say all your all their hits they're gonna stitching together which what sounds like a very flimsy story line annahda give you all the greatest hits of uey lewis in a musical mizzou vega name on without logo the peace beira stuck on you and i went deep cuts first yeah you did as has the power of love our free to the future hip to be a square yeah you're going still deep cuts you name in hidden sports album 83 was the big sports uh four number test four top10 hits off of that are malone uh she's hot and cold uh what is a call that song todd and gold is the name is a deep cuts at one of them yet even hit a big hits yet mi my missing the big debate once i wanted to draw new'drug of them what else the hotter rock and roll is due beaten leroy i was pretty he's not sinn god dammit man it's like you know every one of these song give visit please let me know on the beach who there's a bunch of saw hong kong she's crowd in so yeah.
"shara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Meet move me in such a deep level because it just you feel you are engulfed in the emotional bubble off off of the peace and it speaks to you very powerfully so could we look corrupt yes that said as she will you spell her name for us yes of course says a r a shara shemaya the s hatch ama so we would say in a my dreadful english accent sao sara shaw mouth sarah sharma yes brilliant and you would by law picking up so some of the themes we've discussed i decided to go for a rave from the grave m a stephen frears film from two thousand to cold dirty pretty things which was the breakout performance for a very young to l edgy of four who stars as a nigerian illegal nigerian immigrant who is a doctor but he's forced to survive on the streets of london as as hotel receptionist as a cab driver does underground medical treatments and get sucked into the sort of dark scary under whirl underbelly of london just trying to survive and has a very international very multi ethnic cast telling stories of displaced persons trying to make a home what a great suggestion and you knew walk thoughts that made me that film never walk into a hotel in london with the same idea again his i always wondered who was working what they were doing and pops how they were sufferer who are the people making your bed who are the people exactly exactly half that stephen frears dish he pretty things.
"shara" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"He light yossi jactim amelia how dare you get out of here trail now how dare you so i are ryan the reason i bring that up is he has none of the trappings that the gay stereotype that you would you would have doesn't sound it doesn't look it doesn't have any whatever you think of that era type your gaidar wouldn't go off just like your gaidar might not go off in in front of in front of right and if you're gaidar doesn't go off than a lot of dudes can talk let's say imagine if someone was black and you didn't know it and you just started talking and talking about this and dogged by that imagine how easily and quickly you could say something that was offensive car come see them saying if if you didn't know ryan has gained your stay around you have to say all these guys sarah fagor novel themselves or whatever you could say something that would be offensive ingesting the mechanics run in the back of the shara but if you're gay you could take some they're saying there's just things you say okay okay woods's out won't one argument would be so watch yourself learn how to know dumb argument it better i would very don't watch or so i shouldn't be fun put okay eyes on iran's one assets that's where adams go don't reinforce them go ahead asia so i think in a weird way that sometimes people will say it as a way to go i don't want to be here when you're saying this that we want a water area and then sir do you find out oh yes months from now that i was that that you go oh my god and things are so the stupid stuff and by the way that's empathic it is come now it is i.
"shara" Discussed on WNYC 820AM
"Shara bob mm the insane no money mozilla now you me in an online this is gene learning mm no some times the newly logitech the year.
"shara" Discussed on WWL
"To take advantage of shara ralf are caught light a few hitches vicious someday avenue did all year phil dad counted brings you bag too you can't just play deep missing one has to continue to complete the third dallas and you have a big plan sale orion to pray ran a begs so we can move the ball downfield sydney comebacker a honest and unable to work my technique and things like that so era it's just a it's a great feeling is the easy way either run out where the golf now chris you guard g of the danger herro instead of knows if a vase given he white so you know i'm just thankful coach around a male me he's like oh no he's a likeable fit from uh uh to me personally for me off the light you know he's the school for meat for some reason but i know you hear the codes oughta allow better to ralph the light the at a huge impact on the way did not play denny at learning you look at look at says the starter watching the film you really jump off had a lot of talent they out you know had good recruiting icc the town on the film you see the other physicality in and where they they're they can be on defense and uh you yet respect vagnozzi respect i was an opponent and then you see now with coaching changes sometimes you feel a fresh start like a whole new season now we can is when he last few games you know you hit a bold himself you expect him to come out there and play hard the fans are way behind on sydney hostile place to play so we're going into a tough environment to go in there and try succeed so we'll be ready inside the mind of the.
"shara" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"That somebody is a racist his one of the ugliest things you can accuse somebody of doing in a time where we need better race relations at a point in our nation's history where we need bagged to be uplifted and we ought to talk about when we can what unites us rather and i am show shara full that there are jerks and posers and clowns and lazy half a brain people who would call a class act like vince scully a racist simply because he believes that these nfl take any protests are so disrespectful that he's not going to watch another nfl game and incidentally neither am i and neither should you but the only way these spoiled millionaire pouting brats yet the message don't washer and a lot of things i can do on a map plenty of things you can do on a sunday without patronizing and lining the pockets of young men who who think so little of this country that they believe they should disrespect the national in the star spangled banner you have screwball in california who want to ban the starspangled banner because they think that it's a racist song if you've got nut if you've got things that are seen right now awful time how about people who are going to be the day nfl boycott this weekend we'll talk about that a little bit later this hour andy in ohio just reminded me of that on our mypillowcom techs number which.
"shara" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"We should do enough settle was which it episode two hundred should be about the most shameless in worst product placement yes in movies and tv shows and then we're like look we probably like that's not really a bumper episode kinda topic more of fill in episode topic does this way it's more decide on the morning the heard the out when we text each other and be like what do we what are we doing did not didn't product placement sometimes it's good and sometimes it's bad well that's the thing is oxford english dictionary defines products iceberg as not and have it and that whenever on your at a wedding or whatever and somebody opens up his speech with that unlike this is going to be no good but i think what i remember the one that really stood out to me the first my really noticed alias even though it happened a lot before the the converse shoes in i robot robot yeah there are three different saints this is seen where he gets them delivered to converse 2004 seville because it came out in two thousand and who has a full and he goes and he opens the box he's like vintage two thousand and that he says a watched it he says a thing of beauty yet and then he cities grandma's house at east ed she says what are you wearing on your freight and he goes what they that he puts issue up and he and then he says vintage 2000 and then at the end his bosses towards the and he's leaving a cafe in his bosses like hey spoon because he's name spooning that movie shara and nice shoes at his like gives him a nod nice great i love the light that's always to wear man i'm wearing them run ill earlier on but i yeah it's him and like my it'd be vintage 2004 because there leather ones or trust can be has like black ones right yeah on why yet bought a bunch of garbage as product place it's not a good movie.
"shara" Discussed on Amanpour
"Well i think the biggest winner is but shara law sodden the syrian government itself as an ally to or shara loss on the russian government uh is also a winner but so is the iranian government but i think it's also just an acceptance of a reality that the syrian rebels backed by the united states were not making progress on the ground that but we could talk about why but that's the grim reality has the united states given up on on syria in in terms of having influence to have they basically given that influence strategically in view politically to russia to iran well i think the american focus for a long time dating back to two thousand fourteen in about our obama administration the focus has been fighting the islamic state not fighting bishara loss had in his government and so the american focus will continue against the islamic state think administration officials have been very clear about that but as far as the question the broader question of the syrian civil war and the future of the beshara lhasa government they are leaving that uh to something much longer term and they are basically ceding to russia and iran ah the main influence uh for the question of the future syrian government a curious if you'll thoughts on this many people are already saying that the value or otherwise of the bombing itself aside this also reflects in many ways a donald trump's interest in finding ways to work with russia which saw the anti assad program is an assault on the other night candidate donald trump made clear during the two thousand sixteen campaign that he wasn't interested in getting involved in other countries civil wars and he certainly wasn't interested in nation building in syria as a civil war and it's largely a broken state in need of nation building and so it there's a consistency here that dates back to the two thousand sixteen a republican campaign what's the danger of our geopolitically of saving that that influence through june russia and iran.
"shara" Discussed on Super Station 101
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"shara" Discussed on KOIL
"Shara saad on chemical weapons protection bubka austin teeny washington nine after the hour now iraqi prime minister hotter l a body tweeted sunday that he had arrived in the liberated city of mozell nick payton walsh has the latest on iraqi forces push to retake the city from isis iraq and full celebration mode state television showing people dancing in the streets across state cities and missile sparked by a tweet from the prime minister's office to allah bodies office saying that he come here to announce the liberation of my soul now we have seen great scenes of iraqi troops reaching the river that marks the center of the most whole city end up back in the territory that isis once held they'd be heavily under attack in the old city the small pocket dead the isis still retain fierce clashes ongoing in fact still this day but a sense really that the political announcement as kind of being may the country has a say in full celebration mode and possibly now and for all talk to reflect to feel the heavy burden is injured over the past eight months for the fight against most is to isis having declared its caliphate in this country three years and ten days ago that boden now lifted to some degree made no mistake though isis continue here as a lowlevel insurgency surely carbomb suicide bombers trying to ted fabric of this society apart and it's society to as a very heavy lift in the months ahead remember isis sprung from the division between the sunni minority here that used to roll under saddam hussein and the shia who now as the majority predominantly control the government and the military those two ethnic across the the frontlines many of them over the past years or so i don't have to reconcile hotter at about it a promise of trying to make that happen they have to rebuild a nation many of whose cities particularly in scenarious have been reduced to rubble by the vaudin's it's a very difficult task is one this being cranky made harder because the last fifteen years of internal conflict inside ever iraq but despite that enormous challenge rebuilding and reconciling ahead today said amendments to pause briefly to enjoyed half the.