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"sir james" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Is that wants to borrow about four hundred thousand pounds which is called a lot of money back in nineteen nineties. My bank manager then appeal to the ombudsman within the head office of the bank and managed to persuade them to the money to put the house of security. But this is a time when they didn't want houses security because they got themselves very unpopular for jockey people out of houses and they had huge number of houses on that books in fact my particular bank became the stage in order. Try and settle houses. So i was absolutely shocked and stunned when they agreed to name the money when i cleared the dash and relationship is on the more even basis with bank. I did also back to why he led the mummy and you said well. I went wife. What she's telling vacuum cleaner without a bag and she said i hate bags and he said full very long lawsuit in the united states. So i could see you had determination so those were the arguments i used within the bang. It was actually really encouraging. It's a good bank story. There were very few good bank stories and this is one of. Why did you find it uncomfortable to take on investors and end up with thirty percents of the company. What about that made you uncomfortable. I didn't think it would make me uncomfortable but it did. And the reason it made me uncomfortable is that you are. If someone else's put money in someone else's hsieh's you have to listen to them. Well i felt. I had to listen to them. So you'll note actually running the company sharing the running of the company and a of decisions will be decisions that they won't quite right because they've put money into it and you spend lots of time wandering about whether this latest idea you have the approval and you have to get the mission and it has to be done through the auspices of a bold meeting. I've done that. I was a director of a public company. Sending high-speed landing craft engineering company. Then i had my own my company outside to present show it and then finally. I was in a position where i could have my in company and make decisions and during the time the in developing technology before i decided to go to manufacturing commercialized invention in the nineties. I discovered i liked relying on myself rather than having to be collegiate and share decisions but somebody else because it was old down to me and so the whole risk is mine. I evaluate the risk myself. Work it out myself. And i just found that a much easier way for me to work. I'm not like that now. I hasten to add. I've i've matured a bit and that now we do run the company on a collegiate basis but in the beginning abe is really important. Crucial to me than i was all singers. I was making on the fly older since i was making. I was making for me. Because i thought it was the right thing to do. That's a good way to approach things anyway. I think i hated being possible public company. Which wasn't my first job. So i knew that was like and the shareholders too with what is actually happening in the company not through any fault of their own but they can't see into the future like we because as employees of the company. Meaning you had to. At least i'm more familiar with the us. But you were captive to the quarter. By quarter expectations of shareholders. Who could not did not have transparency into the five or ten year. Plans of the company itself. Is that what you mean pretty much. I mean that. There's no reason why they should believe the gleam depending they look like at the moment. Who you all you like at the moment. What you're talking about in the future but it always seemed to be out of kilter prices down and the ship Was we're doing badly and it just seemed to be out of kilter again. You're not on your rain. you're not making decisions because you believe the right decisions. You'll making them sometimes other reasons what. It looks like transparent. They all whatever what shell does might think of it. It's just much better to be one track minded and just thinking entirely about the product. We develop a mate says what we do so sense. Simple thing that we do and that's the product is important. It's not who i am. Or what the company is or what it looks like. This imposing is the pro that guy to excite people and do the job properly. That's what matters. That's all matters. Actually it's not completely true because a cool employees mecha- infusing employees mashah underdog after employees. Let mattis For all of us. Who are working here. What really matters is a product works in the marketplace. I would imagine also happy motivated. Employees and so on talented employees are in a sense a byproduct of good products and then they further helped create good products in the sense. That a lot of these things cascade down from a product focus and you've had a tremendous tremendous run and certainly many more things ahead of you. How did you decide to commit your energies to your new book. Invention a life. This is certainly a commitment of time and energy. How did you decide to focus your energies. At least in. Part on. That paulie. Because i just wish the engineers on just wish that more young people were finding fascinating interesting on with while. And i think it's particularly true now because everybody's talking about global warming is talking about using fewer resources. Recyclability will these things using less energy less water and engineers. That might not happen is the engineers can make the world a keen weld weld. Using less energy.
"sir james" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"And that's fine. That meant we had competition. We divided One's always might competition that. We thought there would still be space for us but what was happening. Was that the electrical vehicles. They went producing. They were producing a loss not happy to do that. They were able to do that because they were sending across the fleet. They have to produce sutton Nox and sox emissions. So if they had a electric wind producing numb they could produce gas guzzling big. Suv's at the other end. No much they make another money but overall they were able to do that without having to buy. Calvin credits so i could see that. We can have to compete gates. People who are making and that truecar's at a loss am. I don't want to get into the too much but has unsquashed law by sending his carbon credits to the comment of factors and they have well heeled invest. Soon i've been through twenty five billion dulles have twenty five told us privately financed. I'd look to make the miami. I i spend on a contact risk so by about two thousand eighteen. Two thousand nine hundred stop to it became apparent that just simply wouldn't what commercially plus the fact that Costs coming back to that point. I made About the washing machine off cost make car. Even without the complications of the battery mentions this and bashes zoll would be fifty percent higher than a bmw. Mercedes cop volkswagen Production costs so it was just too risky for us. We would have to charge. S demartin style prices but very good cau- six hundred mile range and big cars well with good offering capability but it was just too much of a risk. Are there any features of the car that you're particularly proud of or that you would hope to see in the world someday at scale. Curiously i was a friend of alex. Moulton who did the first small wheel bicycle with suspension. You you know i mean. I don't know what you mean if you wouldn't mind. He developed the mini with alex. Gayness monday the print is eliminated also have very small wheels ultra. Small wheels is that they create a big wheel arch inside the car. So you can make a very small car where the wheel arches protrude much into the cost of there's room for for big adults and he carried on a but you have to pump the ties up harder because the wheel is very small so he then developed a very small wheel. Bicycles called bicycle which had very small wheels and you have to pump the up incredibly hard to overcome the harshness of the ride if suspension on rubber suspension. On it as indian. He is also the palestinians event at the suspension for the mini. And i knew about that. And he was a friend of mine. And i took the opposite view that the cautious have huge wheels and the reason for that is that a large wheel has next nation resistance and so much more efficient and that's efficiency for an electric car is all important so the ability to move on an have the least resistance is what you will so i discovered the biggest wheel that you can make. That way could replace the tie at a time because obviously you call the wheel that you can't replace the tar to todd data. I discovered that was that was saw had huge wheels. I mean the immediate and time atop the huge that was to reduce the mission resists but actually gave a lot of unexpected benefits so it was better at roadholding. It was a more comfortable calm because of it you could relative to the size of the of the hobby the center of the wheel. You cannot have a big ta which made it comfortable because it had a relatively narrow aspect ratio. It was better in snow and mud ta is very slippery and snow a mud as thin. One has much grit and is less likely to act play and when it came to developing the suspension. Total side tend to be excellent as well. We have to develop a special time for it and again. I mean we ambitious. We develop tolerant chassis. And if you think about making 'cause the most expensive and impulsive of the cars the chassis. We decided that we look around and see if those any car. Companies jesse that we could buy but none of those fitted with our big wheels and spacing of pass our big wheels putting on the four corners of the vehicle into chassis like that so we had to develop our in chassis. That was a development cost. I didn't mind that. But i mean tesla didn't veterinarian jesse went swamp in fact later built their first chassis basic car. Initially but we decided not to do that pile on the cost of it. But i think it made a better car. I wanna come back to privately. Held privately held company. This makes what you do and what you've done all the more interesting and impressive to me. I'm much more familiar with the venture backed startup ecosystem and the road map for such a company that involves raising in some cases as you mentioned billions of dollars of funding sometimes tens of billions than going public and so on and so forth. Have you ever been tempted to become anything. Other than privately. Held the bull buyer company. I borrowed money. And then. Because.
"sir james" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"In the battery management system is far more expensive than the internal combustion engine as tesla has proved that today with relatively small battery packs a tesla very expensive car to me however we sold the lack of interest from the incumbents nature gave us an opportunity as mitch. Indeed tesla take advantage out and we thought that we could do on. That was at the top end quite what the top end was. We didn't know back in two thousand fourteen. Olivet change with these okay. Diesel gate happened. In two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen and those people making large quantities of these lynch and scott into real trouble trouble from peolpe into view. And i suppose by that stage. They sold which way the wind was blowing but they had to get into electric vehicles fast said they had to spend a lot of money completely time that business around upside down and producer electric vehicles. And that's fine..
"sir james" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"He makes what they look like big inventions but they're not iterative improvements. And that's something to never forget. You must never be satisfied. Always be dissatisfied. Always be happy about your product. He bathroom better life of unhappiness whistle. Who developed the attention. And that's a great story because no one believed him. He writes the theory of the jet engine in child's exercise book when he was a cranfield university he was fitter. Actually he used to make models school news fifty. When through was got into cranfield them went to cambridge at cambridge. She got the first class. If i try pulses as well as bills wells fest jet and never seen an engineer. Get things right first time like he did. We've got one of his one of the ferry i engines. He did a school of welland. And i bought it of someone. Tuesday asked who had done it found it and the done it up but it never worked very well. The fuel system didn't work my engineers discover the fuel system was rolls royce system also whistled designed system so we rebuilt the fuel system from whistled drawings and it worked perfectly and it works every time whereas rolls royce. One didn't so huge huge admiration for him. I mean that was an extraordinary develop. I'm intending an engine. That have toil thousand moving. Pause the spitfire engine arrange a time had to lease meeting pass. We hugely vulnerable at cooling. Hinch one bullet through the cooling pipe planes had it dives the pilot has to bailout turned it into one moving pop brilliance breathtaking billions very elegant very elegant. Now actually it's good segue as any. I recall the first time. I used the air blade and please forgive me if this is simplistic and please correct me. If i'm getting this description wrong but where the air is acting like a blade almost like a squeegee on a windshield pulling the water off of your hands as opposed to trying to evaporate it. And i think everyone's had the experience of using these sort of gas station bathroom or airport bathroom. Drying devices that feel like a kitten farting on your hand. I mean they do nothing so you just end up wiping it all of your hair or your clothing or something like that. How did you pick that as a product category. Was it just one of six hundred that you try within dyson and it was the one that happened to work..
"sir james" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Money william athletes dyson and do it. We were three engineers at the time we decided we were going to the business making vacuum cleaners. We had no factory no monday. Nothing just in crammed together in charles where the machine shop underneath a couple of quick questions you believed in it now one could imagine. There's some now in this case it wasn't supposed fallacy sunk cost fallacy. You're so invested in this that you really want to see it to the end. Did you also have consumer feedback or feedback from friends who had used prototypes. That confirmed your belief in the product. Was there some type of market feedback that also contributed to that belief in continuing. I think my friends is also ties. Mad reducing myself my family into penury. But no unfortunately not. By the way i bought out my partner by this point because he'd got fed up with the failed licensees and his financial advisers advise him to get out of those no future in it who Signed him out that story over some stiff drinks these days man or at least it used to be friendly policy and i quite understood it. You know the vat container wilson. His life it was my life not his life. So i bought him out for forty five thousand pounds and i was on my end and in many ways at schlitt i mean he was a huge help and he was my mental a great friends and a wonderful designer and engineer. I felt a bit lonely gang off without him but on the other hand in bet you made me feel better being completely on my in. It suited me that. I had no idea whether minimum wanted to buy this product. No idea retool. I haven't done any market research and you can't gun all someone whether they want to vacuum tina. That doesn't have a bag cycling instead and it's got this automatic hose comes off the bat. You can't get a straight answer to that too easy to think that you can get an off people. Whether you're products is going to be successful. It makes me think of the henry ford quote which i'm paraphrasing. But if you ask people what they wanted they would have said a faster horse something along those lines. And exactly the whole point is you've got to back your instincts yukon. Helpfulness got to take the risks. And sometimes you're going to be okay sometimes. You're not that's just nice slight fashion in a way. That's what makes it exciting. That's what makes it difficult. yes satellite. It's living on the knife itch you you don't know so did you have any difficult conversations with your wife at the time. And if so how were those navigated. How did you approach those. My wife was wonderful. The know difficult conversations. She believed in it. And she's an artist and was wonderfully supportive but she understands the need for project to create something the need to create the need to have a project so she never wants compla- they require them to show monday to grow vegetables. She made plays tubas. Hardworking and wonderfully supportive. There were never any difficult conversations even when we went along to bank with a lawyer to sign endless guarantee forms putting the house on the line every penny. We had on the nine. Wow why very lucky. Saint sainthood is inner wikipedia entry. The retail shops services. And so on as i understand. Please backcheck this. But showed the people didn't want to see their dirt this dust dog hairs etc that the vacuum cleaners bins should not be see through. So why did you decide to design in the way that you did when we went to see the retailers to try and sell that congess retail space them refused to stock it. 'cause the strange looking you could see the dust and his dyson. You'll not nouveau electrolux. Oh big brand. Seven not interested in you so we as engineers we light seeing the dust. It was incredibly satisfying and fun. If you push the machine around on the floor making noise and you could see the dos collecting in the bin. If he's going to bag you can't see your doing anything. And of course i would say not doing much but at least you can see what you're doing and you pick up interesting things although data's disgusting quite fascinating so we thought seeing the results of your devas was an impulsive part of the process. But nobody else did on. The rita's subtly didn't want that. Customers to see the debt. Walnut to brave retailers did take it all and garrison enough seeing the debt was the very thing but customers wanted to have. They wanted that. That found that excitement that satisfaction issue so again. This is what you're really asking about is market. Research is doing. can you learn from it. They answer is not much and you certainly rely so again. you have to. You have to back yourself. You have to back your judgment. It's no science. You have to believe you're right and back and actually the right more than your wrong. With those. Few intrepid retailers are willing to take a risk. I'm wondering what their risk was. Did they actually buy from you at wholesale and then stock did they take them on consignment or some type of other arrangement and what was the pricing of your vacuum compared to others in the stores. Yeah that's a very interesting question. Well i'll do it impounds but the comparison works for dollars. I mean we were selling that just on the two hundred pounds whereas as fact cleaners about fifty pounds so we walked three to four times the price of everybody else. I think the retailers didn't take it because it look different and because we went to brand the wanted to who did take it medal to cutler companies they will first.
"sir james" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"Me think of one of my friends. Who's one of the most successful venture capital investors in silicon valley and One of his guiding. I don't want to say theses. It's either make it a bit too high falutin but one of his jurisdiction looking for startups that for every dollar of revenue they generate takeaway ten dollars of revenue from some incumbent. And as i can see why they would not want to replace their spouse continuity revenue business model with your technology. When did you finally feel that you were at an inflection. Point or head gained a a handhold with commercial. Suppose confirmation in any way. I mean i i did have one or two licensees who did start to produce fatkin cleaners some gave up one in japan continued but by ten or eleven years after i started developing cycling. I realized i change the business plan instead. Tried to nicest people. I was fed up with license agreements. The difficulty of licensing people that is becoming a lawyer dealing with license agreements. Not an engineer developing technology. I thought well look. These competitors clearly. Want to develop new technology. They don't want to bring out a product with a difference. I'm going to do it myself. I didn't want to have to be manufacutre and the sun commercializing it. But i'm gonna do it. Because i really believe in it..
"sir james" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Think of one of my friends. Who's one of the most successful venture capital investors in silicon valley and One of his guiding. I don't wanna say theses it's either. Make it a bit too high falutin. But one of his jurisdiction looking for startups that for every dollar of revenue they generate takeaway ten dollars of revenue from some incumbent. And as i can see why they would not want to replace their spouse continuity revenue business model with your technology. When did you finally feel that you were at an inflection. Point or head gained a a handhold with commercial. Suppose confirmation in any way. I mean i i did have one or two licensees who did start to produce fatkin cleaners some gave up one in japan continued but by ten or eleven years after i started developing cycling. I realized i change the business plan instead. Tried to nicest people. I was fed up with license agreements. The difficulty of licensing people that is becoming a lawyer dealing with license agreements. Not an engineer developing technology. I thought well look. These competitors clearly. Want to develop new technology. They don't want to bring out a product with a difference. I'm going to do it myself. I didn't want to have to be manufacutre and the sun commercializing it. But i'm gonna do it. Because i really believe in it..
"sir james" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Well yes. I think learning by discovering by failure by making mistakes by being curious about things curious the way you make things curious about the way things work discover. Why something's well. Something's badly the thing i've noticed with. My children is that they to read night. Being tool things they all non by empirically but self-discovery. I mean i was just astonished to find as the mills at home in the workshop. One day and there was my fourteen year old son working the nave. I'd never toss it. He's called through his life like that. My son is musician has taught him to play all old instruments. He plays that flew to the banana the guitar and has taught himself how to how to work all all the systems that recording systems. I think it's the best way to them and exciting ways and a lot of it is failure of course and i want to call my book. A life of failure because vendors exciting. And you've done from fighter if you're taught something and then what you do works you haven't really learnt anything. What doesn't what usually more interesting would you have. A long illustrious. Cv full of successes. But the connective tissue would seem to be hundreds or thousands of what some people might consider failures. I suspect you view them perhaps slightly differently. But could you tell us the genesis story of the vacuum. If you wouldn't mind sharing the origin story. I think that would be a good jumping off point for a lot of other questions. Yes well now. When i was young there day machine. We had home in but didn't been an money when i grew up was vacuum cleaner so low fashioned upright fat container with a huge pillow. Case on the you know the thing. I just remember as i was made to clean the house with it. I'm a mother. I just remember the horrible smell of stale dog style. Toss it not picking things up and then having to go outside and shake the bag out and restoring the machine and it's still not working very well. So i just remembered that from my childhood and then when i was like you starting family and at a wife and so i bought one of these secondhand one of these original type of vacuum. Katina's by the pillowcase. On the back hanging off from that same experience. So i thought well that must be more modern version so we went shots of my wife and we bought what was an engineer is powerful back junior in the world and it was a canister model. Let's just on the ground. You push long. Can you pull it around with the host and it had paper bags is advanced from pillowcases to pay bags and i experienced the same thing. You know it wasn't picking things up. It was smelling of nasty stale. Tolkien stale dos muslim. Picking things up so i. I couldn't find a replacement bag. Because i see the bag was full. So went on tips the contents into the garbage cam and gaffer tape toll. Scotch taped it. The end back up again so i had an empty bag bag full. That's an empty bag. And i put it back in the vacuum gina and still no suction and i thought. Wait a minute wait a minute. What's this all about. I was told that when the bag is full. You have to change the bag with. I'm discovering is. There's an empty. Bag has no suction i so i thought about being someone within engineering bent. The penny dropped only f- flow had to go through the bag. The bag wasn't a depositry. When the dust went the bag is a filter. And the very first dos. That goes into the bag superior case or trough bag clogs the bag. The dos goes straight for those halls. 'cause thus will get out taken that by the f. flight when the hose applaud. The floor is blocked. So you lose suction. I went down to the Basement bag put it in the machine and at very good suction to begin with and then it rapidly tailed off as accurate so i thought well this is crazy and if you buy a light bulb is supposed to give you a hundred watts. Let's we'll difficult now with led's especially give you hundred wars. And it gives you the hundred watts to the paul you get a hundred percent of fullness what you're getting this. Vacuum cleaner is a heavily reducing performance. This is awful. I'm annoyed angry anyway. So anger simmering within me until i was installing a dry powder coating machinery huge machine to spray my wheelbarrow. Frames is making the bull buyer wheelbarrow time and we used a cloth filter Trap the paladin amidst the frames it was sucked away with the giant fan but every of twelve clogged you had to shut down the whole machine. Shake off a cloth and put the cloth back up again. I asked around the industry what intelligent people used and they said oh. They use a site claim to collect the tasks not that filter thing. You've got that cloth thing you cycle quote for one was huge. Amount of money simply couldn't afford it so i decided to build one over a couple of weekends such high chimney at the top stuff through the factory roof and we collected the dustin plastic bag boston. The site and the machine ran beautifully all day long without ever clogging. We collected the dust. The beauchemin reused then. Of course i connected it this clogging filter with the clogging bag in the vacuum cleaner. And i wonder why. Kahn to use a little version of what the highway one for higher whilst that could have been so i rushed home and made a cardboard version of this huge one foot high. I'm pushing it onto the back of my upright vacuum. Tina because i've kept the upright one and pushed around and did appear to work so i always say that was the first vacuum cleaner. That doesn't lose suction neither the efficacy. I didn't know how when it collected the fine dust. Will i knew that it was collecting. The dog has in the and the dust that was on the floor..
"sir james" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"Invention subtitle a life. The story of how he came to be an adventure himself and built dyson leading it to become one of the most inventive technology companies in the world. James welcome to the show. It's nice to meet you too for our discussion. I have many questions. And i come to this conversation as not just a fan in admirers but consumer and user of your products. Every dyson eleven animal about forty feet from where i'm sitting. I have hot and cool purifying fans throughout the house. Because my girlfriend and i otherwise fight over the central heating. And i want to cover some familiar ground just to establish contacts for people but will bounce around as i mentioned before we started recording and i thought we would start with a name and task for some context and that name is jeremy fry. Could you tell us who jeremy fry was. He was the sky the chocolate family the fries charter family but wasn't invente impact. His father who worked in the fries chocolate family Invented was businessman. But anyway. So i think that says fries. I very much by the time they sold them. But now jeremy was an inventor was the chairman of of an engineering company. And i went to see him to ask him for money at today. Because i've done a project which used the same architectural roof system. But he had used any satisfactory it pulled the entire factory rufa by himself with pulleys and ropes as it very light and structures on apartments to fuller type structure and i designed a theater shaped like a mushroom for the theatrical impresario. During the woods. And i knew he was a millionaire so i wondered if he'd be interested in funding it is. I'm not give you any money at all. But i can see. You're an ambitious designer. So why didn't you designed some things for me. That was one college. I spent three years at college. And then he offered me a job. And i went to work for him making selling designing a boat that i had designed for him. His invention engineered for him over the years. I actually worked for him for about five years. And then i branched out on my end..
Why Do We Love Coffee?
"Did you know. The powers of a man's mind are directly proportioned to the quantity of coffee drinks. That's a quote from sir. James mackintosh as in the new yorker magazine and two thousand nineteen. It says we're just crazy passionate nerds for our coffee and we are the us coffee championships showcase the competitive side of appreciation for coffee at the coffee champs qualifying round and nashville in two thousand nineteen professionals demonstrate their ability to detect notes of every kind cupping. The gold standard for tasting is practiced by hunching over a series of different samples with a spoon that has shaped like a bowl and slurping intently. The tasters are at tables tasting the various flavors of coffee and as you can imagine analyzing the flavor profile and body of abreu is a nuanced task. The number of arithmetic compounds presented and roasted coffee is greater. Than that of wine younger coffee tasters say confidently that are willing to spend somewhere around four and five dollars on a cup of coffee a day. You may think you are drinking. The best coffee in the world really is that true I
Do You Know Who's Listening to Your Podcast?
"Hello everybody welcome. Tucson's profitable podcasts. We have james cridland. Johnny here james. A pod news and is honestly probably the only reason you know about sounds profitable sir james. Thank you so much for being here with us. It's a great player is a great pleasure to be talking twice on your podcast. Because i think i think everybody is just heard. My dulcet tones already. That's true that we have the awesome syndication that comes right before all of this and maybe we can time it so you do a passback between each other. We do that right for next week. But this week we're gonna talk about an article. Wrote back in september with your help entitled you're incorrectly identifying up to fifty percent of your user agents and the focus here was that you discovered that people weren't paying attention to another type of region not just the requests when someone presses play on their podcast app and it sends an asked for the episode but rather the request of the rss feed itself. That can tell us a lot about the device. So i'm gonna pass over to you. Tell us a little bit about the process user agent and how you stumbled onto its value. Yes so to rewind a little bit whenever something connects to something else on the internet sends over header which is a user agent which basically says you know. I'm a computer or a mobile phone but tells you a little bit more about that. So that's a really helpful thing in terms of podcasts to target because you know that Particular listeners listening on android phone or an iphone or whatever it might bay and those sent through on the download to audio and so that's typically what podcast hosts us to show you how people are listening and is typically what people use as well to target but there is another connection of course in the connection is to your rss feed which is a big list of your individual episodes that you have and that also has a user agent attached to it. So one of the problems that i saw when i was starting to do my own podcast stats was that I was seeing an awful lot of connections from a user agent. Called apple corps media. An apple co-mediator is an interesting thing in that it is a library. That apple have written that lots of Podcast apps us to play your podcasts. It's not just used by apple. Podcasts used by loads of other people as well yet. When i was looking at the data all i could see is apple corps media and i couldn't work out whether that was apple podcasts whether that was pocket costs whether that was overcast. Whatever it might be so. I was really curious to see well. Is there any other way. That i can find out exactly what podcast host is actually having a look at this and rss user agents all the way round there. Yeah and so you got rca in her went. When the request came you started a pending a unique value to all the episode downloads based on that. Rss user agent right. Yeah that's exactly how it works. You ask for the pod news. Rss feed it. Takes a look at what the user agent as of that particular. Rss connection and then adds it to the audio request. So it might say from feta or from spotify or from castro or from various other things so you net then no as a podcast hosting company you then know that that piece of audio the reason why that piece of audio is being requested. Is that the rss feed was discovered by that particular app by castro all apple podcasts. Or whatever it might be and so you know whatever the audio user agent is you know that this is castro talking to you all podcast addict or whatever it might be so you end up with far less unknowns in terms of your podcast play information and that say tremendously useful things. I'm taking a look at yesterday's data and yesterday's data is showing me that two hundred and ninety six individual plays that i had yesterday. Were done through apple corps media. And if i hadn't looked at the irs data. As well. i'd be they're going. I literally don't know anything about that apart. From the fact that it's clearly being played on an apple device of some sold literally. Don't know which app is actually playing that so now that i'm able to also connect the rss user agents. It means that. I know all of those and then odal apple podcasts. A wide variety of people that use apple media
"sir james" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Sir James roam the third of Calabasas. The worst rule. The $150 corkage fee at the French laundry. Signed Beauregard in Pacific Palisades. Damn Beauregard. Now we're onto corkage fees at the French laundry. I've been in some nice restaurants in my day. I've never been there. And we tried. We tried numerous times. Joe Montana and I were once in a conversation or having conversation about how hard it is to get there. He's like, Can you help me get in? I'm like Goodwin. Joe. If Joe can't get into a Northern California based restaurant, how'm I gonna get in Because I was married in Napa. We spent a lot of time going back and forth to Napa and went all the nice restaurants there, but never got into the French laundry still have never been in that restaurant. Your room. Beauregard. The worst rule is the $150 corkage fee at the French laundry. I don't even know if that's true. The French lottery is like this exceptional. And amazing, small, small restaurant. They're not that many tables at that restaurant. Another reason why it's hard to get in. In Napa. Of course, Bull regard would know about it. And complain about the corkage fee. But regard you're so rich. What do you care? Deer roam the worst rule. No mask. No entry. You try finding one for my giant forehead Regards Tito Ortiz. That girl Francis in Glendale War, Tito using a hammock as a mask. War, which floor is using a toast? Oughta bowl as a bucket hat. Romy. It's the worst rule ever regards. Eli Manning after his parents won't let him watch a rated R movie. She often, Lincoln Wrong. Worst rule ever. No self glossing. Signed the chicken man. Me. They call me the chicken man. Really? Why? Have been on a bit of a healthy kick. As of late, and all I do is eat chicken for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I am practically bringing these poor files to the brink of extinction, not to mention the fact. The chicks love me and I have a big rooster but.
Sean Connery dies, iconic “James Bond” actor passes away at 90
"Sean Connery's dead at age 90. The BBC is reporting the Scottish actor's death today. Connery portrayed James Bond seven movies in the spy thriller Siri's. James Bond, He fight rolls in the hunt for Red October Indiana Jones and many more during his career. Katari won an Oscar in 1988 is best supporting actor in the Untouchables and three Golden Globes. Queen of England knighted Connery in the year 2000. That's the latest
Novichok-tinged bottle found in Navalny's room: colleagues
"Now. Supporters of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, say traces off the nerve agent Na'vi Chuck have been found in a water bottle retrieved. From his hotel room in Siberia on the line from Moscow, Sergei Gauri Ash from the BBC's Russian service and Saturday. What's the significance of this? Sir James, the first and most Navalny's supporters has actually proven that the most prominent Kremlin critic was likely poison before he headed to the airport in Siberia. And fell violently ill on a flight last month, So at first they thought that he was poisoned in the airport of AA Cup of tea, which he drank in the airport Cafe in Tom's cuts the city in Siberia. But they have actually proven that they found a bottle of water with dresses off this nerve. Asians know the choke on the neck of that motel in Navalny's hotel room, where he stayed in Tomsk. Which is why he was likely already. I think he was poisoned already, and he drank water from that bottle, and he left traces off the nerve agent on the neck of the bottle. Either the bottle was poisoned and which is one of only felt ill already on the plane. So and we I also know how exactly they have a past this very significant. Ah, ah, bottle to the German experts. So Navalny's supporters entered his hotel room just An hour after his press secretary tweeted that Navalny has fallen ill and the plane has landed in the city of Omsk. They have entered this room on DH. They searched for any objects which navalny could could possibly touch. Or he could use to check whether they were poisoned or not, And they've all supposed to Video in their accounts showing how they were searching this room and how they were packing This bottle's in plastic bags, using gloves and transferring them thereafter to building Bond his supporters then I mean, what did they say about this? In terms of what? It changes? Ah, you know for the investigation. Well, in fact, the video surveillance system in the hotel where Navalny has state and the Russian investigative news outfit, Proact has reported that the recordings from this system has been taken off by somebody, apparently from somebody from the security services. And it would be really not difficult to trace who has been entering Navalny's room at that hotel and who has been placed in pockets of water in his hotel room? Because he apparently drank from the bottle, and that both of was poisoned. And it is possible to. Ah, connect those two and to realise how this bottle of water ended in his hotel room and who brought it there. S O. The significant thing is that nobody was poisoned Like, hours before he actually felt ill so that our execute shed some light on the Ah how exactly he was poisoned. Two. Experts say that it couldn't be a poison in the water because in this case he would be Dead if you will be ill, like in minutes, not in ours, but it actually is their part of the investigation on this thing, and they obviously are goingto work in it more and more, But they just told how exactly they have found this bottle and where the crisis of this notion occasions were.
"sir james" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"You're you're out on the hang on one second let me also just sorry he watches live radio here Sir James your employee of the month yes that yeah I don't know how to do that I think you're the first one since all this happened with a corona virus in awhile I what about now can you hear me now better you're back again they're aghast at tells I fix it I actually got employee of the month some of the acts all right or talk about I forgot your time at all you're nothing important gets all the all the feedback again all right let me get to the the president's rally in Tulsa first of all he does this a lot and I never understand why this is just a basic principle that you go by in life not and and not just like in politics or anything like that in in a lot of things you want to under promise and over deliver right and what we were hearing leading up to the rally in Tulsa Oklahoma what is that nineteen thousand seat arena I'm not gonna be enough we're gonna have an overflow section outside the president's going to speak to them because it's gonna be thousands of people outside the arena than the nineteen thousand inside and four hundred five hundred six hundred eight hundred almost a million people have responded requesting tickets and then talk about anticlimactic the first thing that happened was the president cancelled his speaking engagement in front of the overflow crowd outside because there wasn't one then the vice president was going to do something outside he canceled because there's really no reason to have an overflow crowd outside when you didn't even have nineteen thousand people in the arena what I was so confused everybody got in yeah but like in the afternoon is watching the news and just in bits and pieces I'm like what am I watching like video from early this morning where there's no one there or was that the overcrowding that did you did S. and show up I was so confused like all day long I didn't get to watch the actual speech at the rally and so it's just like the run up to it was like is it just empty are they waiting for people yeah and so the total number of people who were at the rally came in at at sixty two hundred that was according to the Tulsa fire department so obviously far short of what the arena holds and you could just see that from the pictures especially the panoramic images you know a lot of empty seats in fact the way he it was set up you probably could practice social distancing in the winter you coulda had everybody in their own section for every other seat but right then the first thing to come out after what was obviously a smaller than expected crowd was that there was something going on with college students and high school students on tick tock which is another social media platform one that I have no interest in getting involved and I don't really even understand what it is it sounds like that video there there used to be James what was that program there was like a ten second video that you would make before of course I'm drawing a blank the name of you know what I'm talking about the right to have vine yes vine the yes yes it was fine I dared to touch basically by right I don't know I mean I know Kate Williams match to which one dub smash where you would like a voice over something done something right thank you Natalie do take time away the lore every morning here it's a big production brown like yep I was like fifteen second videos yeah and that's that's all that the people dead and then Instagram allowed you to take videos and vine died out now this is tick tock which I mean I don't really know what the whole thing is behind it but this is one moment where we could really use Morgan because she's I think she's on it or I'm sure at least knows about gas but but there is this this rumor going around that and I guess some of it's true that the you had a lot of younger people who were just signing up for the rally Ted troll the president's campaign but the president's campaign said that that really didn't impact them because a lot of what that is the signing up thank you a million people were gonna show up and they take all that information because that's that's get out the vote information that's information they can send for donations so they just like collecting a lot of information that's why they'll take requests even if they don't have enough tickets right for all of the request so I don't think that threw them off at all it didn't prevent anybody from getting tickets to get into the arena then there was talk about the media because of all the discussion leading up to the event and how potentially unsafe it might be having some you know nineteen thousand people packed into an indoor arena most not wearing face masks that could be a real problem for Oklahoma state where despite what the vice president now others were saying is seeing a surge in cases right now but here's the thing the people going to the trump rallies they think the mainstream media's fake news and then pay attention to what they say anyway so even if you had CNN MSNBC New York times and doctor found she's saying it's not a great idea to go to the rally.
"sir james" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Sir James call me as a U. S. attorney and he's trying to make a name for himself Martha Stewart gets a phone call from a broker to dump some stock and she's scared because she figures all my trouble for insider trading so she lies not only the prosecutor for lying about a non crime because it wasn't insider trading her brokerage saying we got a cell maybe he had inside information that's not a Martha Stewart and that is not only that but but James Comey Styria of that crime in that case was that by Martha Stewart saying she was innocent she was engaged in fraud because I was propping up the stock price of her company and that's just such an absurd stretch but it's for a power mad prosecutor which is what call me is what fitzgerald is what what molars team was trump see by brings all the other I bring up these pardons and commutations it reminds us oh wait a second the prosecutorial swamp is deep and full of terrors will be J. on John Cooley and topping Austin's news former vice president in twenty twenty hopeful Joe Biden's campaigning in Nevada telling voters president trump just as a right for the nation this president has ripped the bandaid off he's exposed all all the policy holder you side of who he is twenty years but it helps to bounce back in Nevada after poor performances in Iowa and New Hampshire Texas voters remain deeply divided over the most important issues facing the state and nation of less than two weeks ahead of the March third Texas primary and rezoning has been approved by the Georgetown school board impacting picket carver and Mitchell elementary's assistant superintendent Bryon hallmark says all fourth graders will be excluded if they so choose we have the capacity to recommend that we allow fourth graders to remain at their current campuses we do not have the capacity to allow their siblings your kale BJ radar weather watch full forty five high forty six get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale BJ dot com hi I'm Carl steward.
The Hill criticizes, but does not recant, Solomon articles
"You broke the news that the user but Chris Murphy and other democratic senators met with Zarif the foreign minister of Iran yes and that was my story that we published the federalist on Monday and I tried to get comments from European the other people and should be in there and they declined to comment but one secretary of state my coupon Hey addressed the meeting which had been not approved by the state department then finally Murphy admitted that he had taken part in a secret meeting in the hotel room of the three and that he's done it actually before too and mostly what I find interesting about this is that Murphy isn't as extreme critic of legitimate our conversations with people who are leaders of other countries so for instance when my claim the incoming national security adviser had a conversation intending to de escalate the situation with Russia with the ambassador from Russia Hey kids we act of mercy thought that it was treasonous says with a legal that it definitely needs to be investigated that it was a Logan act violation this is the view also shared by The Washington Post you might remember David Ignatius received that leak about the kids react on call and put out an article about how it is legitimate to think this was the Logan act violation the department justice pursued Logan act violations that happened with the pretext they used to go interview Flynn you know and when was the incoming national security adviser to doing exactly what you should have been and in fact she's been doing with more people were as Murphy is a strong opponent of our current policy toward Iran he has some questionable ties to redeem undead or supported groups and he was publicly opposing our policy the same day that he had this meeting and yet he wants to say that what he did was perfectly fine I'm I'm sure I'm speechless because it's so obviously inconsistent hi is anybody coaling Murphy out on this and were there other senators present the others who were reported to be there any information kinda came because other European countries knew about this meeting even though the United States did not in the state let's not talk about it but some of them are other you know senators were there like men that van Hollen is reported to be trying to get into the meeting on the th and clear if he actually make it into the meeting or not but also reported to be John Kerry who has previously had such woke interactions with Iranian regime leaders and Murphy's defense of what he did with that he sits on the foreign affairs committee he's a senator Hughes and a co equal branch of government he has the right to do this well that wouldn't explain John Kerry being there and so while he was somewhat transparent or claim to be transparent about what they talked about he hasn't been transparent about who else is participating and so we definitely need to know more about well established events that it's a co equal branch of government does that negate the login law violation well first off you know there's a difference in being co equal branch of government and doing your own foreign policy don't lie in the states so I'm asking is is settled is it a an illegitimate defense then well I don't personally believe the Logan act is constitutional that new point was not shared by Obama department of justice or Sally eight Sir James yeah but for general Flynn a great great American all right ruined by on the basis of this right and so if you're going to enforce the login after use it as a pretext to investigate and destroy someone's life and bankrupt them and threatened with prison I don't see why it's okay to do it to Mike Flynn who actually got a legitimate function in right talking with his Russian counterpart but not to use against Murphy who's actually got some pretty problematic attachments with the Iranian regime and sent me water his problematic attachments he'd like to speak it the group then Nyack the national Iranian American council which is forty funded by Iranian regime leaders and started by so we can sell and it was very supportive of the Iranian regime and he was very upset you might remember when senator Tom cotton wrote a public open letter nothing secretive about it at all to the leaders of the other lines encouraging them not to do the G. C. P. O. a with with a bomb and reminding them that you know if it weren't ratified by the Senate with people work much he was so upset about that so they just it's very interesting what Murphy gets upset about and when he does
"sir james" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Is it how is your Sir James family's house in may right and so they told it to buy a house so make Champlain so they could be closer you know to that's all the family as the photos this house I mean it's it's a lake cabin that looks like it came out of the sixties there's nothing would be areas about it like you see that you're like yeah Bernie flake out the problem is real value yeah yeah my point is yeah there is there is there is really yeah I'm the only argument against Bernie Sanders the only argument that has any integrity is is when people say you know we really like this system where the lobbyists give us a lot of money and give us trips and give us free lunches and we passed legislation on their behalf we want to keep that system in place and if they would just be honest about it you know cause burning wants to blow that up as as Elizabeth Warren and yeah but but I'm certain because they they find that that doesn't really win elections to say that you know say all I like to continue to be able to take millions of dollars from people and wine caves and stuff you know because you can't really say that they they they they come up with these be S. arguments I don't know if you saw what John Oliver called well you know I mean I'm getting the circular firing squad stuff here I will but the rate with the Republicans are going to be going after Bernie if Bernie is the nominee is going to be you know all he's a socialist only he's a millionaire he's an elitist and we all know that that's just nonsense so but yeah I agree with you I think that you know our first Jewish president I you know you said it's like Obama being black I you know I've told the story million times on the show during the Obama Hillary primary in two thousand eight I had on one of the one of the as you know top guys in the California Democratic Party he was the vice something of something and and he was black he was an African American very outspoken African American very progressive and he came on and he said you know I'm encouraging people to vote for Hillary Clinton rather than Barack Obama and I'm like you know why and he's like because I'm a black man and I know how bad discrimination is I know how intense racial hatred is in this country I know what the white supremacists are all about I know how you know even average white people in the United States even if they think they're not racist they're harboring racist you know I ideas deep down inside knees and I just don't think America will ever elected black man and then on top of that his middle name is Hussein.
"sir james" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"You are listening to the conservative circuit your Sir James a who will be the Democrat the dropout the twenty one day democratic primary will it be kama sutra there is well here is who's been dropping like a stone well I did hear rumors that Joe by by the way Joe Biden was on tied to both three way tie or he was like slightly behind to add to senator spreading bull Warren and Bernie Sanders yesterday well then that's fine looks like there was an out liar new polls today have your back up by like about six hundred and the word out there is that Biden might possibly pick karma sutra here is to be his running mate his vice presidential running mate a yes yeah because the Bible has has pledged to name someone of color N. doubling down with the race card so if I were sick comma here's were drop out of the race Eddie only because she's being lined up for for by and plus I don't I think she's going to be in for a little while gnome I think the next big name is going to be a to drop out of the race is going to be mayor P. body kick I do because she's he's not tracking I don't think he's deluded as bad toe he's saying things of that are upsetting the Democrat party Republicans are not even paying attention to him conservatives and not even be allowed to buy am anymore he is upsetting Democrats with what he what he's going out there talking about and he's even targeting the one Barack Obama and I believe that's how he will be defeated but I also believe he's not gonna be defeated automatically the Democrats could in fact find a way to lose the selection and the way we.
"sir james" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He decided to resign Sir James you reported so many sexual harassment and sexual assaults stories dating back to the Clarence Thomas hearings what's the moral of the story regarding the al Franken case where does that fit in in the me too movement in your job I I took I talked to a number of incredibly smart feminists about how they saw it and there quoted in this story trying to evaluate it too and I and the story with a quote from cats who was the lawyer for Christine blouse he for the woman who accused of justice Cavanaugh of having sexually mis behave towards her many years ago and so Debbie cats in the story says she feels it's a kind of a cautionary tale that the me too movement which she's a tremendous supporter of as in my needs to make sure that there is some kind of due process you need to make sure that that that there is proportionality in in terms of you know being able to distinguish different gradations of bad behavior not everybody is hardly one scene but there may be other kinds of misconduct that also need to be addressed but in different ways and nobody is saying you need to put up with sexual misconduct but they're just different levels of it and then finally you know I think she what she's saying is that there if you if you confuse less serious charges with serious ones you feed a backlash against the whole movement they could hurt the movement and their number of women who are really strong feminists who worry about that in this story Jane Mayer thank you so much for talking with us and thank you for your reporting my pleasure it's great to be with you Jane Mayer is a staff writer for The New Yorker her new article is titled the case of al Franken if you'd like to catch up on fresh air interviews you mess like our interview about heart disease and new ways of treating it our interview about sleep disorders check out our podcast you'll find lots of fresh air interviews.
"sir james" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
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"sir james" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
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