35 Burst results for "Six Million"

 White House: 10% of kids have been vaccinated in 1st 2 weeks

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

White House: 10% of kids have been vaccinated in 1st 2 weeks

"The White House says the effort to get kids five to eleven vaccinated against the corona virus is off to a fast start virus response coordinator Jeff sciences two weeks after the kids does was approved we estimate by the end of day today two point six million kids ages five to eleven we'll have gotten their first shot that's about ten percent of the five to eleven year old population for perspective it took about fifty days for us to reach ten percent of

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66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

"The biggest Triceratops skeleton in the wild nine is big John has been sold for seven point seven million dollars to a private collector in Paris the enormous skeleton estimated to be over sixty six million years old was found in twenty fourteen in South Dakota big John names off to the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness world records as the largest documented skeleton of a Triceratops at twenty three feet long the seven point seven million dollar price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by U. S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous last year a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton reached almost thirty two million dollars in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive console at the sold I'm

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 The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates

"Doctors calling Texas governor Greg Abbott's moves to ban vaccine mandates in his state really unfortunate appearing on fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace Dr Anthony Fauci says governor Greg Abbott's decision to block Texas businesses from requiring employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen could damage public health I can understand perhaps what the governor is trying to do but I think when you're in a public health crisis sometimes unusual situations require unusual actions and in this case it's things like mandating beat a mask or vaccinations the president's chief medical adviser says some sixty six million Americans currently eligible are not vaccinated and that leaves more room for the virus to circulate we're not living in a vacuum as individuals we're living in a society and

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 Russia's daily COVID-19 deaths top 1,000 for first time

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Russia's daily COVID-19 deaths top 1,000 for first time

"Russia stated death toll from covert nineteen has exceeded five thousand for the first time as the country faces a sustained wave of rising infections the national crown of ice task force report two thousand two deaths up from nine hundred ninety nine on Friday along with over thirty three thousand and you confirm covert nineteen cases Russian authorities have tried to speed up the pace of boxing nations with lotteries bonuses and other incentives but widespread backs and skepticism and conflicting signals from officials stymied their efforts the government said this week that about forty three million Russians were about to twenty nine percent of the country's nearly a hundred forty six million people are fully vaccinated I'm

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Biden: Get vaccinated, battle misinformation

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Biden: Get vaccinated, battle misinformation

"As he calls for more Americans to get coded nineteen vaccines president by the is blasting misinformation about vaccination requirements the president says the requirements by employers nationwide are working vaccination requirements should not be another issue that divides us but he says there's too much misinformation about that man is a healing efforts to fight back Southwest Airlines at the head of the pilot the head of the pilots union and CEO dismissed critics who claim vaccination mandates contributed to flight disruptions the president says some sixty six million eligible Americans remain unvaccinated a number he says is unacceptably high Sager made Ghani Washington

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Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

"The final film with Daniel Craig as James bond's leads the box office for the weekend I marquees are loaded with the latest is he came Alex No time to die grossed fifty six million dollars this past weekend according to studio estimates putting it in the first place spot the film was released only to theaters not streaming it had been delayed more than eighteen months because of the pandemic number two this week is venom let there be carnage followed by the Adams family to Shanxi and the legend of the ten rings is in fourth and the many saints of Newark in fifth

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Coronavirus deaths in Russia surpass 900 a day for 1st time

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Coronavirus deaths in Russia surpass 900 a day for 1st time

"Crushes daily coronavirus death toll who's supposed nine hundred for the first time in the pandemic the record comes with vaccination uncertainties on the government's reluctance to impose tough restrictions to control new cases the nation state coronavirus task force who supported nine hundred twenty nine at new credit nineteen deaths just over twenty five thousand new confirmed infections in the last twenty four hour period Vladimir Putin's Kremlin has blamed the surge on too few options getting vaccinated just thirty three percent of Russia's one hundred forty six million people have received at least one shot of the vaccine with the percentage dropping below thirty for the fully vaccinated group I'm Charles Taylor this month

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One winning ticket sold for $699.8 million Powerball jackpot

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

One winning ticket sold for $699.8 million Powerball jackpot

"I nearly seven hundred million dollar jackpot is waiting to be claimed a single ticket matched all six numbers and yesterday's Powerball drawing for a jackpot that climb to six hundred ninety nine point eight million dollars because nobody had won the game's grand prize in four months it's the seventh largest stake in U. S. Lotto history the California lottery says the winning ticket was sold at a grocery store in Morro bay along the central coast the winner can pick a cash option of four hundred ninety six million five

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The Latest: UK to give 1M doses to South Korea in shot swap

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

The Latest: UK to give 1M doses to South Korea in shot swap

"The World Health Organization says the number of new covert nineteen cases continue to fold lost week with three point six million new cases reported globally down from four million new infections the previous week last week's drop marked the first substantial decline for more than two months with falling covert nineteen cases in every world region in its latest update on the pandemic released WHO's said there were major decreases in cases in two regions a twenty two percent full in the Middle East and a sixteen percent drop in south East Asia the U. N. health agency said there were just under sixty thousand deaths in the past week a seven percent decline I'm sorry I shockingly

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India to Resume Exports of Coronavirus Vaccines in October

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

India to Resume Exports of Coronavirus Vaccines in October

"India the world's largest vaccine producer will resume exports I'm donations of surplus coronavirus vaccines in October after holding them during a devastating surging domestic infections in April in just health minister says the surplus Maxine's will be used to fulfil India's commitment towards the world for the collective fight against cove in nineteen the vaccinating engines will remain the government's topmost priority he says India was expected to be a key supplier for the world and for the U. N. backed initiatives aimed at taxing equity it began exporting goes in January but stopped after being hit by a massive wave of cases the whole thing exports left many developing countries without adequate supplies before halting exports in you had to native will sold sixty six million vaccine doses to nearly one hundred countries I'm Charles Taylor this month

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'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation (#3) ft. Street Professor' (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #24) - burst 4

Ball & Buds

03:34 min | 2 months ago

'Sports & Entertainment News Compilation (#3) ft. Street Professor' (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #24) - burst 4

"You. Bastards lay leave. Britney spears alone right now a minute anyone who has a problem with are you with me. Because she's not well right now. I'm good good anyways. Kanye west put out an album. I had heard he was putting out. But i did not know when it came out but apparently called donde which i believe was his mother's name. If i remember correctly apparently it has a lot of songs on it. Because apparently i just found this out this morning twenty. Three of the songs landed on the billboard. Hot one hundred. So i thought i thought i read that incorrectly. So i'd like did a double take and i was like. Oh maybe they mean twenty three hundred and his whole career. I mean twenty three hundred twenty three on the top one hundred in his whole career. I was like oh. That makes sense. And i was like wait. I look back down. I read it again. I said don to twenty three songs. I say what the hell hummy songs on this album. And why yawkey pipe in this man up. I know twenty. Three songs shouldn't have been on the top one hundred. I mean unless he made a thirty five album psalm. Forty song then. Yeah maybe half of them would have been on there. But i know he ain't twenty-five album song you're telling me twenty three of them were we must have some shitty ass musicians out. Nowadays don't listen to the radio. Here's why don't listen. pop meet exactly what. Oh by the way he is. The seventh artists ever with ten number one albums. Good foxsports will sell ads for their super bowl super bowl fifty two wow super bowl fifty seven and they will sell those super bowl fifty seven ads for a record fifty for a record. Six million dollars per thirty seconds. Jeez louise that's a lotta money from thirty seven commercial. Could hey sony and microsoft. Ps five xbox shortages due to the semi conductor sorties. So if you are waiting on your console you might be waiting awhile and everybody boy nasty. I'm sure he got his already admitted to morning and ask him. But i forgot but i'm sure he already got his. He don't play and so it turns out that the shortage of so bad. That even my boy buck. Nash doesn't even have his yet. So this shortage must be really crucial. You know what i mean. Google this is big news. El salvador officially has become the first country to adopt bitcoin as their legal tender. So that's crazy. We're moving to the digital age now. Y'all digital currency is coming to every government so you better be ready. Start by goal. Put cash on your matches and what you do good. Oh good news in richmond. They took down the confederate robert e lee. That punk ass bitch. They took his statue down in richmond. Good good finally that shit out that damn city city is dirty and racists enough to clean

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Nicholas Brings Flooding to Gulf Coast States Still Recovering From Hurricane Ida

NBC Nightly News

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Nicholas Brings Flooding to Gulf Coast States Still Recovering From Hurricane Ida

"Is under a state of emergency tonight as the remnants of hurricane nicholas soap the gulf coast six million people under flash flood watches from louisiana to the florida panhandle. The system expected to bring as much as ten inches of rain to the region through friday

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Donors Pledge $1.2 Billion in Emergency Funds for Afghans

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Donors Pledge $1.2 Billion in Emergency Funds for Afghans

"The United Nations announced on Monday it's drummed up more than one point two billion dollars in emergency pledges for helping eleven million Afghans ahead up the first high level conference on Afghanistan since the Taliban took power a month ago western governments big traditional donors and others announced pledges the wood beyond the six hundred six million dollars that the U. N. was seeking to cover costs through the end of the year Afghans face an escalating humanitarian crisis in the homeland and millions more elsewhere in the region as the U. N. human rights chief Martin Griffiths voiced concerns about the Taliban's first steps in establishing power I'm Charles de Ledesma

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'Shang-Chi' Tops Box Office Again With $35.8 Million

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

'Shang-Chi' Tops Box Office Again With $35.8 Million

"The latest Marvel movie continues a winning streak at the box office that brings our family after what was a surprisingly strong Labor Day opening for movies during the pandemic Shanxi in the legend of the ten rings the first Marvel movie to star in Asian superhero stayed on top in its second weekend in theaters collecting another thirty five point eight million dollars in ticket sales it's the second best weekend gross of any film during the pandemic edging out Black Widow on Friday Disney announced that all its remaining twenty twenty one releases including the internals will open exclusively in theaters and not on Disney plus at the same time Warner brothers horror thriller malignant with the stock debut of five point six million was also released on H. B. O. Max for subscribers disease Ryan Reynolds action comedy free guy also did well during its fifth week of release it's made two hundred and seventy six million dollars worldwide I'm Jennifer king

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The 20th Century Was Shaped by War

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:40 min | 3 months ago

The 20th Century Was Shaped by War

"We'd witnessed the twentieth century. Shaped by wall is one individual. So wittily put it. The twentieth century began in the balkans and ended in the balkans it began with the facination of archduke ferdinand by governor low prank hip. An amicus serbian nationalist which through various ententes various arrangements of the earliest twentieth century diplomacy triggered will will won a war in which a whole generation was lost the fruit of europe america only involved in the last few moments of that war it was the european nations that lost the cream of the young men in the trenches of fair done in those no-man's-land filled with bob wire and machine gun nests with more than six million killed but it was the war of mechanized proportions in which predominantly the military's paid the brunt. It was the young men of the armies of each side. That were mowed down just a few years later. The great war the first world war was out don in a conflict that spans the globe. In which sixty million people killed and not just sold is in fact in most cities of that war it was the civilians that bore the brunt. Then came the cold war stasis if you will yes hot was. In the periphery and south asia in the middle east and africa but between the two polish sides between america and the soviet union between nato and the war so packed the birds never flew this strategic bombers never dropped their bombs on washington or moscow on london on paris.

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Mark Andrews' 4-Year Extension With Baltimore Ravens Worth $56 Million

Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Mark Andrews' 4-Year Extension With Baltimore Ravens Worth $56 Million

"Next year. We have ravens agreeing to a four year. Fifty six million dollars extension with mark andrews which it happens also have been his birthday the extension thirty six million dollars with fourteen million in yearly in his yearly cap this would make him the third highest tied in They confirmed deal and it will go through. Twenty twenty five. I will say with mark. Andrew i mean he has now he is the top three top five top. Three to five tight ends in the league. Unfortunately he plays in the system and which it doesn't allow the throws but when they do through a to. I mean he's really really impactful But i know for sure that he's gonna be worth every penny on that particular docket because the guy is a big target in a system. That doesn't really rely heavily on receivers. So i'm pretty happy for marketing

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"six million" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

08:09 min | 3 months ago

"six million" Discussed on Unchained

"You know like and today things are things are you know we just couldn't couldn't keep Keep doing that given the scale that we were asked so like even starting to rely on the community more to educate one another end advocate. This you know more. Broadly more publicly so our Advocacy work today is really focused on helping. Audience appeal to new and different types of music creators and music listener so as i mentioned like our early user bases has been mostly dance musicians on their a lot more folks in in hip hop coming on now and latin music the other area. We've seen a a ton of growth more recently. A lot of that has been driven by. I think those communities being functionally similar in a lot of ways to the way dance communities are right like it's it's it's less top. Down structured organized content and much more grassroots like things emerge from from this like diaspora of like crazy things happening or or whatever and audience is much more well-suited. I think too that. Like kind of Grassroots bottoms up sort of approach. Then you know like the very top down like you know like institutionalized content kind of approach right a. Yeah so. It's kind of amazing. We went this far without getting into the tic tac deal. So we have to do that now because we're already over time so obvious was selected to ask takes harks partner to enable song transfers on the platform. What does that mean. And why is this such a big deal yes so just just setting some some context to tick us off like it's actually not very easy to upload audio Talk you'd be surprised like the the way the ways that people do it like. Just how do you get like an audio file. Like efi three five or something on your phone right you. People will email it to themselves and then like put it into the files app on and then depending on your permissions tick talk may or may not be able to access. It actually. Like not not very simple to appoint that like they're artists in our community. That will hold their phone up to their laptop and like play the track and record it into talk. Because it's easier to do that then to go through this This rigmarole so what. The integration enables is solutions problem. So you can In audience on any track. That you yourself uploaded. There's a a one click shared a tick talk button if you click that a content gets pushed into a your tick-tock account so if you're basically you're using audience mobile app then assuming that you have take talk in salt it just opens take talking push the content over so the reason. That's i think. Exciting for the audience networking and community right. Is it now for the first time. Let's artists can draw the audience. They have on talk other some folks in audience like wookey. For example will end a dillon. Francis is another one. I'm there are people. Millions of followers on talk rate that they haven't been able to monetize very well to date. They now have a chance to to kind of start to draw some audience over to audience. Because the sound when it's intech talk actually shows as though it came from Audience and whatnot so we actually even as a result of that. The other. there's been a significant uptick in usage. Metrics just from people seeing those sound starting to float around on talk on the talk side of things. I think the reason were excited about. This was It just you know. It made it easier for artists to upload stuff and it's also worth saying like we're not the only application that has that functionality so like able ten and some other sort of like audio production tools have have this natively as well but we are the first streaming service to to have it so i think for the the kind of Average creator this has been a much lower friction way to get continuing to talk than to like go into. They're able to set up new export. And do all this sort of stuff. So yes and so. you know. Obviously audience doesn't have the artists face or even you know the anywhere near the number of songs that like spotify or apple music. Has i did read. You have close contacts. I guess at at tech talk But i'm sure also you must have had something your pitch that they found compelling like or maybe it doesn't matter to them the number of songs that are available like like. Do you have a sense of what it was that appeal to. I'm about choosing a platform that really. Is you know still so much smaller than these other ones. That could have been selected. Yeah so i think a couple of things there. I don't think this is like a mutually exclusive sort of a thing right. Like talk is is within their rights to enable other platforms to do it to However i don't think spotify for example has the rights to redistribute content. That's in spotify right. So alarmed folks don't realize this for everyone listening. You actually can't upload things spotify yourself if you're a musician you have to sign up for a third party distributor service and you give them your content and they put it into spotify so we would actually be the distributors kind of role to to push it into talk as well. Not us off is so all that said who knows maybe they will strike some new licensing structure that allows them to to do that But in the case of audience right you know the the user who uploads manages the account has the full control of that content so if they are the ones. That's that's why only the person who uploaded it is able to actually push it into take talk You know that's the equivalent of them like doing a dragon drop upload just directly to talk it just so happens it doesn't really have a good a good user experience workflow around that so so yeah i think it was just a matter of there aren't really a kinda references earlier like audiences some parts dish readers some parts streaming service. There's no other like hybrid kind of approach that that covers both sides. Yeah it's like because it's just a flatter structure that is yeah that's fascinating actually. I mean there's so many things. About how crypto networks will change business funnels that i find really fascinating but this is like a prime example Okay so we're well over time. But i just want to ask what's next for the s. What do you have up and coming over the next several months. Yes so There's so much coming up. And so much that i don't even know is coming up because they're light just people in the community working on cool stuff but the things that i'm personally most excited about at least our monetization tools being much more flushed out over over the coming months there. There's a lot of interesting stuff in in the pipeline that will help artists like better understand and segment their audience so like a of artists today..

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"six million" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

06:48 min | 3 months ago

"six million" Discussed on Unchained

"What you thought it was good for. What's lana was good for a cetera. Totally of an. I a at a super high level like i think this tribalism is really damaging unfortunately you rightly either tools right like there's no like the hammer tribe doesn't get mad at the valley tribe because they wanted slightly better at some things in slightly better at other things. Money is involved. I know and i wish i wish it could be that peer and straightforward as just play. That genuinely is how i as a builder in the ecosystem. Think about it. I mean these are. These are tools like a the they are built for a purpose and you can use them for various purposes. And you know With that aside all the feedback that you know probably gonna get me flamed by both sides afterwards right i think the network effect around cerium is is just so powerful. And that's that's you know that's even the first. That's the first community in encrypt. That i really became part of in in got excited about a prior to audience. I was a fulltime investor at kleiner perkins. And and what really got me excited about crypto. More broadly was this ability to program. Like anything with it. Right you. I liked bitcoin. I thought it was cool but a theory in my mind just especially as a software engineer thinking about into like opened up this whole world of like really cool stuff you can make great and the network effect around that persists right everything from You know the ecosystem around tokens and wallets and everything like the moment that the audience network launched it was supported by like hundreds or even thousands of third party applications without any of them like asking us or us asking them to do anything right. Like just happened solana. By contrast i think rather than trying to be everything to everyone took the approach of being really really really damn fast and like good at a specific set of use cases which you know so happens to overlap really really well with what audience needs as well as it overlaps with you know some things like the serum decks and and other things right from a usability perspective salona lets us confirmed things to users are far faster it lets us you know. Just do much more right. The average audience user never actually touches theory right like if six million people were touching theory every month from audience right. I think we would. We would be creating a lot of problems for the ecosystem. We would also probably be costing like tens of millions or hundreds of millions of dollars in gas rates. So you know what i love about. Solana is by by being focused. By saying you know we're not going to be You know try and be everything everyone but we're going to be really really really rate for the people who need significant amount of scale or have usability constraints that Assyrian cat serve. It's a fantastic solution for that rate. So i i think they both have a place in this world as do many other tools right given these are tools and different tools can be good at different things right like a. That's yet that's red. Finish off on all. So yeah now. Let's talk about the user growth. Because you know i do think as you said. It's not obvious at all when you go to this website or the app that it's a crypto projects and i would be curious to hear from your perspective. How did you get the community to grow to the point where you now have. More than six million monthly users. I think the credit all lies with With that very community right on our little project team that built the first version of audience and now has a much diminished role in the ecosystem just given the size in the scope of all the various work. That's going on at the foundation supports and other things for for our little team of twenty people to be supporting six million users just would never have been possible without the communities kind of it. Embrace and Support an active work being done to to do that right on. I've been explaining this a lot to traditional tech people lately. Because as i mentioned that's like the the world that came from before before working on august and people were shocked when they hear that our team is so tiny. And we're not that tiny compared to other crypto projects. Right like everyone here. Listening knows that but when the community is effectively the marketing team the hosting team infrastructure team. They are like an extended developer team. They're like more community people building a with audience than there are like people at my company. you know you can do so much more by like opening up opening up those those Floodgates right and were there like any pivotal moments. Where you felt like is what really got like. Yeah like where. They're kind of like bursts of new users that that came to the platform. Yes so i can. I can just talk quickly through our history so we just a the product launched publicly in september of twenty nineteen. I'm that was like incentivize A pass right from twenty nineteen the like mid twenty twenty or so. We grew in these little fits in starts. But we're mostly going sideways right. The thing that was growing was the base of content uploaded to the network. You know content doesn't go away rate with people as new users come. They upload more content content can grow linearly even if usages is like flat over time right. And in retrospect you know i. I don't think we realized this at the time but there wasn't inflection point that the network hit around like.

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"six million" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

07:20 min | 3 months ago

"six million" Discussed on Unchained

"So so yeah it's a really really neat ecosystem. That's kind of sprung around this. But i yeah the the cool things here is because that like any a- programmatic interaction that happens with the network from the core. A app that our team puts out can be replicated by or or even co opted by any third party product to right like there's no special permission or something and when you use the audience app on your phone. Your phone is actually going and talking directly to nodes on the network on. There's no interaction happening with With our company for like normal use of the product. Right outside of the the couple of exceptions that i mentioned so so. Yeah it's like my ether. Wallet or my crypto. Right where there. Those apps able to talk directly to Theory and do what they need. Yeah well it's now it's funny actually that we're ending on this note because my next question is is really relatable to this. You know my aether in session. My crypto thing so when signing up the service also sends an email to the users saying audience cannot reset your password. And then and so by like. I'm sure this is ultra confusing for noncriminal people. I understood what you were saying. But i i should just point out right underneath. That is a big button saying reset my password or reset your password or whatever so i was curious like so i didn't click because i was like this. This is like some. You know like emergency button. And i'm not an emergency. So i'm not going to click this right now but i was curious if i were to click it what what would happen And and like yeah. I assuming it's not something that goes through your company. I i have no idea what what goes on a what you're interacting with. Is this kind of novel. Account management solution that our team developed call hedgehog just sort of a reference our own mosh to There's this parable of the fox and the hedgehog rate and you know. The fox is quick agile and can do many many different things whereas the hedgehog is only really good at like becoming a ball on that. It's spiky and predators. Can't get it right so what we're trying to say with the parable there is madam ask. Is this amazing swiss army knife but for an end user. It's like very difficult to to set up in us whereas hedgehog solution is like dead simple from user's perspective but it makes a significant number of trade offs that may or may not make it make sense in other applications but we felt Around audience it made sense so long story short. What it does is when you sign up for audience. You put in a username and password in the app either on your phone or on desktop and then your rouser is actually using that. Input to encrypt a locally. Generated a entropy that is secure. Your wallet basically right. So there's locally generated privacy encrypted locally with that data not encrypted blob is actually what gets emailed to you So so email that you get is actually a self contained like ability to recover your account. It's not even password reset per se. Because you could just rian crypt the same wallet with a different thing but We actually were able to set up a mail. Relay service with no logs enabled end no retention of the messages that it sent so basically that mail. Relay is your browser At the time you sign up send your key to this mail relay which sends it to your email. And then that's effectively. The backup of of your. Your private key is in that email. So it's it's literally like embedded in the link that when you click that button could let you recover your account like if you forget your password. Basically so you calling. Password reset was a misnomer. We actually have tried three or four. Different sets of verbiage on that button But all of them confused years more than this one which is why we kept it there Even though it's not it's not resetting your password right. It's like you can just set a new password on the same on the same information yet. People just so confused by it. I would suggest that the email something like audience the company. Cannot you know reset your password. You can reset it yourself Using this button or something because like to say we audience candidates said it and then underneath is a button saying reset it like. I think just like from user experience like i'm not make sure things. Yeah anyway you absolutely right. And i think it just shows how how challenging usability and crypto still is right like this is not the fact that like the basic questions of. How do you access your account. Don't have like well accepted. Solutions that the whole world follows is like it's also so cool breaks. It means that we're all like still. You're still super early to this. If you're listening to this right thinking about questions like this right but we need to do better as a community right like this is not so obvious. Today as over six million people listening every month over one. Hundred thousand artists have uploaded. We do feel strongly that like it would never have been possible to get to this level of usage without making some trade offs around. You know like. I think we can all agree that storing a private key in your email is not like a super secure way to do that. We also go to great lengths to instruct users not to store any meaningful amount of funds in in their audience. Wallet and then. There's also a mechanism to connect third-party wallet so you can connect a mask. Wallet is well. You can connect like a number of other. You know anything that's like wallet. Connect -able right so so yeah there's again there's there's trade offs i think with with all of these things but you know i do ya. I am very proud of the work that like our community has done to try to make this accessible to a to a broader audience because the majority of of users of audience today have no idea others any crypto there which is pretty cool right They just wanna come listen to cool music and hang out with their friends. Yeah and i have a bunch of questions for you. about building. Crypto product for non crypto people. But just because this is a show. I want to ask one question because this is something i think my audience cares about for whatever reason just you know. Tribal crypto can be so obviously salona in a theory and i think for a lot of people are seen as somewhat competitive and you've kind of embraced both and i was curious why that is. Just as a biller..

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"six million" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

08:31 min | 3 months ago

"six million" Discussed on Unchained

"Twitch dreamlike going through and listening to live and giving feedback in Engaging susan really really fun and and we were like this this is so cool like there has to be a way to kind of better enable that so we kind of built out like a little bit of ui for this. And then or a. I think was the next one that that ran a remix competition with this. But now there's actually there. By that time there's actually a way to formally tag a track as being a remix of another track and he actually ended up signing think five of the tracks that remixed his track an official release under his label. So these were like just fans of his like loved you don't andres music or our. Ac's music and i wanted to like just get noticed by like their favorite artist right and some of them actually are now on on an official release of his which is so cool right so you know when you break down all of those kind of i guess like the barriers that exist between artists and fan it. Finally it starts to become possible to just do these like weird neat things right. That light had never another example. That comes to mind is We we've seen a few artists upload like works in progress on a given track so they'll like upload a draft get feedback on it from the community interest on it uploaded new on. See how people like it do that a few times and then the final release like two or three months later maybe makes it to a spotify or or to other other services but the super fans that are like i want to hear everything this person makes and like i want to engage with it and Hang out there's no better place to be right now. wow. I love this. It sounds so cool. I mean it just sounds really fun. It's like a little. Dj mixing party on the internet. Or something So something that's interesting to me about. Your platform is at this moment. In time i feel people typically think of anything that brings together culture in crypto as involving an tease. And that's actually not the main way you're using blockchain technology At least i believe so based on my research so talk a little bit. More about the crypto aspects of obvious totally eh. you're you're spot on there. The the only integration of nafta's today is as an artist. You can run like a little store front page on your profile if you'd like to so Some artists blau or a c. Have these collectibles tabs that. They've turned on their profile. And they just put you know all the and safe minted. They've owned there. So it's kinda like this directory that links out to you know whatever market might exist in that like on the open sea or super era where wherever it may be the yan. No we aren't you know a native nfc platform by any means. Well audience uses You know blockchain's plural or in. I can get into like more more of the technical detail around that as effectively. A coordination layer for this network. So there are these off chain nodes that host content host meta data. Kind of do the work that is required to keep the network functional and alive rate late. you know the the way that the network is is setup Or company could go away tomorrow in yell. The vast majority of votes here would would continue to work. Just fine right. It's because it's being operated by the community but there's what what kind of a theory i'm at the center on the note. Operator side and then solana On the content engagement side provide are this sort of unified source of truth for a number of questions right. Like who are the nodes on the network. Are they in a healthier valid state and then on the content side like what is all the content in this network has engaged with it who has the ability to update or modify it so by doing that. We kind of like anchor trust with these small pieces of data on chain that. Refer out to date up extort off chain on on these community operated nodes okay and so for the meta data. It's just like kind of you know who who wrote this track or who performed it an does that include kind of royalties the way that you know spotify. We'll pay you for stream so it's every time he gets played than like different people who participate in that song. We'll get paid. Or how does that work. Yeah so it includes everything from you. Know the title of the track and the cover art for the track in you. Know the name of the artist and things like that to things like revenue splits as well so the network doesn't natively split revenue today although it does allow you to like define those splits within the meta data. Because that's something that i think. Our community had always planned or wanted to build towards overtime right yet. Like even even in the absence of that there is a quite a bit of like content that both independent labels have uploaded. A few of the larger players have have uploaded in basically they handle splits on on their end right now. So you know there. There's one address that's getting paid out. Royalties in your company can decide heo. I need to split this. However i do or what have you. So so yeah on. The meta data side is really more just like all the things that go around the audio file itself to make have meeting or make listing and then you also have the audio token so what functions does that perform an audience system has three core functions. Secures the network so the people who run the nodes that actually Do all the work. That makes the network functional. They stake the token to to be able to run that node in the nate. Earn fees back from the network proportional to the size of the steak and the number of nodes that they run so one of the kind of strange things about Audience the audience networks needs compared to like a lot of sales layer one blockchain's that have their own nodes is that the need for storage grows forever. Right like the more people upload. The more people engage the more you need so the way that the node infrastructure is set up. It's not like there's a fixed kind of processing capacity. It's like the more nodes there are the more can be stored the more can be served etc. So like the crypto economic structure has to kind of like know a much larger amount of storage to be on the network then the network actually needs at at any given time. So yeah so. Secures the network The token also is used in governance so From the time the token launched in october of twenty twenty on team was a no longer capable of making any changes to the code. that powers audience both All the unchain contracts for like engaging with content and all that good stuff as well as in the off chain node software so then no actually like monitor one another to see that they're running like the most up to date version and they can guests slash if they're running too far behind and things like that but to actually accept within the network a new version of the code is being like canonical correct. There has to be a governance. Vote that that happens so so it's actually It's not one token one vote but one token state within the network is is able to vote. So if you just hold tokens passively. You're not able to participate. But if you're delegating to a node or you're running a node yourself you you get to vote on how this goes and then the third pillar there is feature access so as an artist you actually if you hold than stake..

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"six million" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

06:24 min | 3 months ago

"six million" Discussed on Unchained

"And ceo of welcome. Raniall a laura. Thanks so much for having me on has made some headlines recently having recently scored a deal to any artists to directly upload their music tick tock sound kit but before we get into all the details on that. Let's start at the beginning. What is audience is a digital streaming service that connects fans directly with artists and exclusive new music. And we really see that direct piece of the equation. Being the differentiator here but when you use audience it looks and feels like any other music player. Right you can assign up making follow your favorite artists and start listening to their tracks without knowing anything about ripped oh anything else but of course Under the hood. The way that audience operates couldn't be more different from the traditional kind of soundcloud or spotify or something like that There's a network of third party node. Operators artists and fans that together collectively and collaboratively run this network for the benefit of the community in for their own benefit. I guess to in case the node operators but and it what problem is obvious solving that other music platforms have not is so in. Really where where. The initial inspiration for came from was my co-founder forests in iowa. Just big dance music fans right dollars like we're not a native of the music industry or from the music industry but we were native to crypto a little bit so we he and i started mining light coin indulge coin and some of the other escorts coins in two thousand thirteen or so onward and we just started to see. I guess in really around twenty fourteen two thousand fifteen. A lot of our favorite artists choosing leave soundcloud or getting kicked off of soundcloud in some cases and all this great music that we had favored it and followed over the year started disappearing when we started to ask ourselves like why that was happening was really when we started to understand this. This broader set of issues that at its core. I would summarize as artists. Don't know who their fans are where their fans are or have any ability to like engage or interact directly with them like on spotify for example You as an artist can message your fans once per year There's a specific like email template that you have to follow on spotify exercises some editorial control over it. And that's it that's like your ability to reach your fans so you know you can't like link them out to a third party march store for example. You can't do a very much at all with with that fan base so we we And there were all these downstream effects of artists just not controlling or having any ownership of of their distribution which included them getting d platforms them choosing to to depart platforms like soundcloud and mass. So yeah that's that's really the core problem. We're solving is to give artists control and access to those relationships that they have with their fans and so how do you do that on audience. So it's it's really by decentralizing whole stack and tool chain so even the question of life. What is obvious is not a simple one to answer just because it doesn't cleanly fit into the of like elwood say you know a so-called dsp in in music parlance or a digital service provider It's also nodded distributor per se. It's not a kind of has aspects of of a number of these things but what it really looks like is a set of tools that allow an artist to build an audience and engage directly with them with no intermediaries right our company or any company included right like for the first time. There is zero hardee's inter mediating that that interaction and it's led to a lot of really neat emergent behavior within the network that like we haven't really seen before in other music streaming services networks but yeah it really does come down to us being decentralized That's that's why even to launch like the first version of audience in late twenty nineteen which was it was not economically incentivized. It was test nap but it was decentralized from from day one in that was what fully open source. So that was what i think. Among the artists community allowed this audience network to start to build trust with that right that The rules aren't going to change on them this. Api that their whole workflow is dependent on is not going to get pulled out from under them. all of all of these sort of qualities that that just had never been possible in music before in india examples of what they are doing on the platform that they can't do on something like spotify. Yeah so one of the coolest emergent behaviors that our community ended up deciding to double down on with more product features. Is this remix competition feature so It was actually an artist named lido. Was the first one to kind of create this behavior. But he uploaded a track and then uploaded all the constituent little pieces of audio that went into creating that track as as separate tracks that he flagged as downloadable so anyone could go download that raw audio and then he went in posted on. Instagram told his fan base. Hey if you all remix this track using those stems. That i uploaded tag your track with just the hashtag I forget exactly what he did. I think it was like the name of of the tracker something he could then go. Search that hashtag find everything that remixed it and then he didn't.

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El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:32 min | 3 months ago

El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency

"Salvador is one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere and relies heavily on remittances payments setback from workers in the united states since two thousand and one el salvador has used the us dollar after ditched its local currency the cologne. The country is not known for leading the world in financial innovation. But on tuesday it's set to become the first nation in the world to accept bitcoin as a national currency. The move has been celebrated by bitcoin fans across the globe but on the ground. The reaction has been different with protests and popping up in the capital. San salvador are deputy editor for latin america. Santiago perez recently visited the country to find out how the government plans to make this transition work. And why it's taken this bold move and he joins us now to discuss high santiago. Hello how are you today. I'm doing well This seems like a pretty big deal. El salvador is a country of more than six million people. Starting today. it's going to be the first in the world to accept bitcoin as legal currency. How is that going to work well to start this giant step for the evolution of bitcoin. So it is quite remarkable that such a tiny country embarking such experiment so as of september seventh of others. We'll have the option to either pay for services with us dollars which that became the national currency almost two decades ago or they can use bitcoin for

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DeAndre Jordan Intends to Sign With Los Angeles Lakers

First Things First

01:41 min | 3 months ago

DeAndre Jordan Intends to Sign With Los Angeles Lakers

"Let's shift some ears. Talk some basketball a monday morning. Because the veteran lakers about to get even more veteran e big men de'andre jordan intends to sign with the lakers after being traded and then bought out by the distance jordan would be the tenth laker h thirty two or older and six of those guys thirty five plus nick jordan on the same team. Never thought i'd see the day Do you like the lakers bringing in deandra jordan. Nice good line janna listen. We're still getting the edible arrangements in the sheri's berries my for apologies that were from the audience last week. But you can feel free to send more to me. And by the way if you're feeling generous include kenny atkinson who lost his job arguably because he saw what i saw in fall which is de'andre jordan's not great at the old basketball anymore and now the nets finally admitted as they say. Hey you can have deandre jordan in detroit says no. We don't want them feel like what did we include six million dollars. They're like us. Don't want what we include for. Second round picks like okay. We'll take him and then we'll ask him to leave and now the legs are gonna take them. So i i understand that folks probably expect me to say well with lebron on it. He'll be different exam while. I do believe that braun has the ability to get the most out of any and all teammates. He's played with for now. Eighteen plus years. There has to be something to be gotten and driving. This moves. the needle for the lakers. No

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"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"Like him for anything else, but maybe that he's very good fashion. Yeah, he does that very very awesome off. All right, next one throw on the Run Ness. I had this between Patrick Mahomes and and Carson Wentz, especially pre-injury Carson Wentz. I think right now you'd have to give it some homes what he again came back to the what you can do outside the pocket, but I think Carson Wentz is a little underrated on his throne the throne the Run especially pre-injury. I went with a guy in Rogers that guy can do anything he wants with a football and still doing it a high level to this date. So that's why I went with I think the best ever do throw on. The run is John Elway. I've never seen anyone be able to throw across his body except maybe Patrick Mahomes can get there. But you had down the crazy arm strength and the ability to just throw it across the field across his body while he's running. It's tough to be John Elway in that category. I think he's the best to do it when I think of that one. That's the person I'm thinking. all right clutchness How do you guys have start with Vito? Well as much as it's going to paint you to hear this it Tom Brady. I have Tom Brady two guys pretty clutch off. If you think that you're going to give the ball to somebody especially in a Super Bowl on a big game with less than 2 minutes 3 minutes drive to win the game. I'll take my chance. I know he'll I got him a couple times, you know, but I think what he did against the Falcons and then what he continues to do on a day-to-day basis, I think it's Tom Brady. I think Manning has the most comeback wins. I wouldn't pick him for this category. I think the one person I'd be the most scared of is Russell Wilson sure that guy just off regardless of how the games going and they could have three point going into it. You're down 13 in the fourth quarter Russell Wilson's going to find a way to score to he's going to throw a deep to some guy. That shouldn't be make a big run. He's he's just fourth quarter. That's the guy that I want. I know Tom Brady's got some iconic come back drives, but I just think Russell Wilson is dead one in that situation now with a few of the things real quick. I didn't choose Lamar Jackson or Mahomes for any of them cuz I don't think they're far enough in their career to be one of those off. Ness's that we just used. I know Vito took it a little more right now in exact kind of just plays by his own rules. So that's kind of how we built our quarterbacks there..

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"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"Yeah, I know but I think everyone that's come back from covid-19 not been the same time off and football is huge. What's the time off? And I think it's something to do with like they're breathing or not fully back or something like that seeks looked really bad came like really bad. I don't know. It's scary. I wouldn't want to be a professional athlete and have to come back from that. I don't think you're a hundred percent back after getting it. I know you pretty good. I don't think you have to worry about the professional a good part. I can be hot dog eating champion. If I wanted to you tied me. That was chili dog different. That's true. Well, let's go up to the Pacific Northwest then for the new song Sunday night football game is the do us any of us put the Cardinals having a chance here with the scan this on the road. I can't remember. Is it in Arizona or Seattle doesn't matter? No thought it was up in Seattle. It could mean I'm thinking it's one of the other. Yeah, it's it's going to be a one of those two places for all we know but I think Seattle outside of Tampa Bay, I think Seattle might be the best team in the NFC Seattle's defense has terrible things like 31st and their God awful but I think part walk a lot of it has to do with the yardage and I think it's just because the Seahawks score like a million points and so that's three out there all the time but their defense in very good. And I think the Cardinals figured out something last week against the Cowboys and it's just we're going to let Kyler do like 10 bootlegs and he's just going to run it. He's going to get like ninety yards rushing and I think they're going to take advantage that was on the other side of the ball. Russell Wilson is I don't see him allowing his seem to lose on a primetime game with all eyes on him with a chance to take just another step ahead in their own division housing drink. Look good. How good was that cheap? He Drake 80-yard wrong key under the game that flipped a huge matchup in our fantasy league because of bonuses. Oh, it was like a 23-point play the guy ended up winning by 10. Did you see so Canyon Drake's mom called him and told him are you going to hit the whole this week or are you just going to keep going sideways? It's like the the fact that I got called out for my mom made me re-evaluate the way that employing and then last week. He's just bought it helps when you played the Cowboys, but he better on this week's all I gotta say I'm playing my fan. That's not so long. All right, let's build ourselves some quarterback exact you want to kind of run it through it. All right. So we are going to play six million dollar quarterback or Frankenstein quarterback or what's the other name? Mr. Potato? Mr. Potato Head quarterback. We are going to take a whole bunch of weird attributes that you could have as a professional athlete. We are going to take we're going to steal that like where the song Stars and we're going to steal that from some quarterback in history or I think Vito did restore a current players, but we're going to steal that skill from them and we are going to try to create the ultimate quarterback. I did it for just quarterback that I've been around and seen so I have some older ones Vito's or current and Zach kind of went a little Deep dive with some older of the quarterbacks off. Most of them are newer cuz I think the quarterbacks was just better now, but there's still some fun ones that are there. All right service off with our first attribute..

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"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"With this baby brother's Cubs are good. Get the ball to Big Country generic sucker take all right, that's enough money this week for sports ja we're start off with a little ones that week 7 that we're at sure start a week 7 preview some things all around the league big news today. Antonio Brown is back in the league. Maybe still has to go through a week's right? Yeah. He's still got another week that he has to be suspended and he potentially can be reinstated week 9 stage and then potentially face another suspension for some other things that he did. So love it. We'll see how that goes. But he did sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Interesting said I don't know they already have really good wide receivers tight ends. I don't know what the thing is, but I know Tom Brady's like weirdly obsessed with them. So he wants to go a lot of mouths to feed us for sure with Evans Godwin ground. We'll see how it works. I just think it just gives them just another piece to make that push to be one of the best teams van up see I mean, you know, they have to East isn't you're not worried about anybody come back East. You just got really worried about the teams in the NFC West weird. I think the Redskins are going to win the East well, yeah considering that they're not a team anymore. So the Washington football team, that's the Redskins forever. You know, you hear the I called the Nationals that exposed to so okay. You hear the the Redskins are going to be the Washington football team again for next year. Yeah, so great wage. Okay classic driving drunk. Okay, we got four pretty good games this week, which we did not have last week last week was run off before we get into it. Can we just talk about Daniel Jones? Just kittens sniper Don that run last watch out for that banana peel at the 10th. You see twenty yard line, so they were on like their own ten dead. Or something like that and he was an eighty yard run in the dude tripped over the 20 yard-line Yeah by himself. No one home. I think they ended up scoring they did end up scoring pretty funny. Now what what I did hear about that run is that he ran faster than any quarterback this year including Lamar Jackson. It's pretty good. That's why he felt random home. He's bringing all that was crazy. He was like the guy from the boys 18 Reuters. I'm trying Let's get into the games. Got some good ones this week. We got four good ones this week. We're going to start with our energy drink bet special of the week birth Steelers. I think that's that's got to be the game of the week. I call this the grown man game. It's going to be some bumps. There's going to be some bruises and there's going to be a whole lot of Derrick Henry coming to town will be the solution. Stop him..

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"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"Guy in the corner and you can win. Do you can even if they know the codes are like the button compost to like do whatever what about the girl who like flipped upside down like a dog? She was good. Yeah, if you knew how to do the flip upside down thing. Well, you're just going to smack smack smack smack, you know what I mean Honda be electric and I knew how to make or no. Blanca was electric any haunted the hand-dipped optic thing big Braves fan. Yeah aggressive aggressive price. He could be most racist character world without a doubt. Yeah in his big diaper. All right. Now for players side-scrolling games. There's only two there's actually quite a few there's only two that we need that ever need to be brought up the Simpsons and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles who I love teenage mutant shows that was a difficult game though. Who are you picking though? If you're playing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which of the four you're going to be? I'm Leonardo Leonardo had the best weapon and he actually had a weapon it was a sword he could actually cut people like Donatella has a range over the rest of them. If you're going to stay alive down until it will stay alive the longest because I just like those again it goes back to the original with the with the cars. You could play with your friends. That was the best part Michael Angelo is really the only option you can make best character in the movies the show obviously and he's he's a scrapper, you know, you never count him out. He didn't have the best weapon though. He's the best pizza eater though. That is true. That's very important. But again, I think bang for your buck. That one was fun, especially if you were like us and you guys were together and had a 1/4 random kid that would jump in with us. Both of those were great. I mean The Simpsons your brother. Yeah the symptoms like Bart with rose skateboard out there or Mom. To throw the the vacuum cleaner and I mean they were just great games. Did you guys have play golden axe or Gauntlet? No. No, I don't think we should spend one. I did play that one feels feels similar. It's basically the Ninja Turtle game that you're Wolverine and Gambit and cyclops. But that right now we have that off. All right, let's get 4 grand will buy one. Let's see that perfect. Look at the end of the wall payment plan. All right last one I have on here. I'm sure there's others that we missed but thoughts games..

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"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"All right, I guess I have to learn how to be good at asteroids. Battletoads Double Dragon is a game will do an episode on that lower. No debate. We played it all together as we was a green we grew up on took me twenty years to beat that game. All right, Donkey Kong Donkey Kong's sucks artists one of the hardest games out there. Did you ever beat more than one level in Donkey Kong know that games really hard. It's rigged. No choice. I got foul hard without a doubt. How about Frogger? That's a good guy. Remember the key Bob Barker you always go backwards. A lot of people just start Jam forward. Maybe take a step back to get around those cars. You gotta get up to get down. Just go for it. Yeah choice is a straight line just hit as many times go for it. You get hit you're just a frog validator get you at the end. Somebody else can host W be. All right, let's move on to pinball which is like another crazy wizard. Yeah. Our dad's a big pinball guy. So we played a lot of pigs growing up. Yeah, we are dads. Obviously we grew up together. So our dads did that so I remember the the Terminator two machine at a Godfather's Pizza over on dog in Madison. They had one over in the corner there. That was good. Are you guys a are you like a tilter? Do you do you bump the machine when you play the Ping the pinball or you just let it let it fall as it will I just stick with my pin ball skills. Yeah, I only nudged if it gets stuck somewhere. Yeah, but never I don't know that I've ever gotten like a tilt or it's just the machine down in the ball just falls down maybe once a month. I have you know, I'm off game, you know, my irons aren't working or something. I need to shake the machine a little bit. I think the best thing about pinball though. My favorite two versions are Simpsons in Spider-Man, but a lot of those pretty good bang for your buck there at the pinball machine and the best thing even if you suck you have a chance that match and get a replay. Yeah, you gotta one in a chance again it or if you scored enough points, you just get to play again for free. You just gotta find that game that has the lowest only a quarter but you can't really beat by down in March for like six bucks a quarter. I don't know if that's true. I'm going shortage. Could just take dollars now. No use PayPal and venmo. Why like the kiss game and The Addams Family. Those are my I remember that off like a good ones that Uncle Fester's mouth over the Over the middle of the bottom, right? Let's move on to driving games. I didn't play as many of these cuz they're usually more expensive especially when you get to the ones that have like the full on seat. They Rumble it's like a shifter and that kind of stuff. But again back to a bang for the buck if you were good at it you finish them first place. You got a free race, so just be a ringer and really oh, I don't know how to do this and then you end up a bunch of your races on the little kids show up. That's right the orig but the original one that we all like off-road the little off road trucks with the three little steering wheels. Anyway, all learned how to drive on that game. I mean it makes sense cuz that's how I drive right now..

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"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"In the Heat of the Moment the heat is on you what you need to do though is you need to just get your catch out a little earlier as you're starting to make your meal and it cools down a little bit closer to room down cuz I don't like a cold catch up. Elton like say heat up his catch up with microwave for like 10 seconds on his green beans. All that makes sense. Yeah, green beans and ketchups. Not bad. I'm one of the best combo pack. How do you guys prefer your ketchup? You mean six whenever it no, but I mean, how do you want out of a bottle when you want packets? All right. So the next question bottle pump or packet. Yeah, you know bring those pump 100% pump cuz typically if you have a pump it's not in the refrigerator, which keeps it at room temperature and how long is it unhealthy amount of it? It's just right there. You just keep pushing out on top. It pumps right out. Give me the give me the squeeze bottle after that that has the no no just your oil rigs trip on it and one sees all red one leads me to it might not be Heights and that's a little scary for me. May have all things to be afraid of this. Mine. Behind. Just stop it. Get your lemon zest to get that sound like Snow White those yeah. All right track rank. Mm. Yeah. I'm going to go pump cuz I don't know what it is about those little white little baby cups that you put it in. That's just the fries taste better in there. There might be some oils that I don't know about maybe essential not sure but I need them eucalyptus and oh, I think they lemon zest it before they start I'm then going to go with packet cuz I think it's just kind of fun to have the packaging open it up. And then again, it's going to be most likely room temperature which I.

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"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"We got drumsticks and we've got boneless wings Vita. Let's start with you rank those 1234 me. So normally I'm going to go with the child's kids meal boneless. I like the chicken nugget. That's just my go-to. Then I'd go drumstick then flat-out get some good drumsticks though in the like Foster Farms pack from like Costco. They have some real good meat on those drumsticks. So but if I'm out pull off like a fire wings or whatever. I'm going to go. I'm going to go boneless. See, I'm similar rankings, but drumstick for me is number one. Lot more meat boneless number two. I just not a big flat guy. I mean, they're good, but just too many bones. Too much work. So what's your order then so you got drumstick one? Yeah, boneless 2/3. Okay. Well, I'm going to be the weirdo this one. I'm flat one choice. I think it's easier to dip if you've got like a small little dip container. You get more dip bites out of it. Feel more like a caveman when you're eating cuz you're just ripping multiple bones apart and you have to like dead rip the joints or whatever. It is a part to get into all the chicken. That one's my favorite and then drumstick and then boneless cuz that's just chicken nuggets and that doesn't count as wings. I don't recognize it as a wing..

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"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"six million" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"The Spivey special podcast. We have our guests Anthony Vito will be doing food debates talking about arcade games and we'll be doing the six million dollar quarterback a.m. Welcome to episode 50 of the Spivey special podcast. That's a big number. That is nice. Very nice. Get inside track. All right, so in honor of our 50th episode we brought back one of our most popular guests of all time. We've got Anthony video Vito Vito video. I don't know Vito you took them. I just met him like thirty-five years ago. So they literally just weighed me down side of the road. They were like you want to be on today. Well, we had to get you off the street because there was a parade and there's one thing I do know about Jews you love a good parade love a good parade. If you were to sell one of those floats, there's no getting him back in the house. You know, we had to make sure that we got him. Well, we're going to find one on Deck. We got we got we're we're full up on all three categories this week. I like it. We're going to try some food debates. Just you know, give the people what they want and we have a bunch of topics that weren't like full topics. But like quick debates that we didn't think we could stretch to 15 minutes. So we're going to fire through a few of those when we talking about arcade game later today, one of my favorite things. It's just like completely useless at this point. You remember that thing it was called an arcade. Yeah. I'm not sure. I know that one. I mean my first job and then we're going to play a game called the six million dollar quarterback or Frank and quarterback or some other term that we might come up with later by the time we make it to the ending. I like to call a mass up. A Monster Mash. Okay spooky he needs dollar for me. You know, you do it. He got it almost Halloween. All right. Well, let's get into it. I got a lot to cover tonight. Let's take a quick break and we will come back with food court files..

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"six million" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"six million" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"I just want to remind you that now you can actually schedule a time to speak with me during the show and you can do that very simply by going to our website commando dot com at the bottom of every single page this contact us and just fill out that form we'll see we can schedule you at and when we get this party started already with our global tech news of the week update we put this together for you every single week so this way you're in the now and just when you think that the Chinese government just can't get any more creepy invasive well listen to this it's not just their own citizens that they're going after with a high powered facial recognition and take their tracks everything now when you visit China your welcome mat includes a spy app according to several reports Chinese border agents have been installing spyware on some towards follows who enter the country so you hand over your phone as you wait to enter the country in a lock to because they want you to agents take your phone where they start digging through it I phones get plugged into a machine that scans files while android phones get something different lucky you malware is installed via BAFTA collects your contacts for text messages emails data everything else and then upload it all to a server they give your phone back like it's no big deal sometimes without forgetting to in to actually delete that interest about so next time I go to China I'm gonna take my windows phone because that will really confuse them our is beautiful is back in February Sampson revealed the next big thing that's right it's been years putting it together tens of millions of dollars the galaxy full it was pretty slick seeing a smartphone unfold into a tablet but it only worked the two thousand dollar galaxy fold was not ready for prime time sometimes screen cracked other times restart a flickering just before it turned black it was more like a galaxy fail well the AP released it was postponed and retailers canceled on the pre orders Samsung CEO said the other day that this was embarrassing in his words and he pushed it through before was ready yeah I think well now Sam son says they're completely redesigning the galaxy fold and they're not really sure what's going to be released they're going to launch the galaxy note ten in August it's still a big phone with tons of cameras doesn't fold so it actually should work fine so Sam so but all their chips on the table pushes untested product to the market just wanted to be first if they can't get it right this time maybe they should just ready for it hold on the idea all right in a revelation that you go was a surprise simply no one whenever you say to Alexa will become forever unless you manually delete it now respond to requests from U. S. senator to detail what happens when you interact with Alexis Amazon save voice recordings in text transcript we stored until manually delete it some records could stay indefinitely the records that aren't the leader will cover things like orders that you make in service subscriptions and other requests like recurring reminders and even though it might be white from Amazon service doesn't mean it's out of the hands of any third party because maybe that was a skill that wasn't able through Alexa so it's safe to say that you guys are kind in some capacity especially when we've heard that Amazon employees start listening to actually quote better the product you could check out commander dot com we've got more about this in some ways that you can delete your history and Alexa just remember what happens on Alexa well stays on Alexa as very robo calls with Bruce numbers for ten to be someone they're not we're trying to scare you pay up is definitely getting worse calls going to the government are actually on the increase you know the IRS can arrest you the FBI is gonna put you in jail postures have been calling for years but the numbers have hit an all time high fronting a new warning from the Federal Trade Commission a lot of calls more than a hundred and seventy five thousand reports so far this year with fifty six million dollars in total losses sent to put that into perspective it's an average about a thousand Bucks per person now the majority the prostor so far this year from the Social Security Administration health and Human Services the IRS and then scammers looking for government grants so that the big take away here is that the government is not going to be calling you demanding that you pay them where they're gonna be putting you in jail and matter how scary they sound the government is not is definitely not going to tell you to go for go over numerous iTunes gift cards from the dollar store and finally it's not just scammers posing as government agencies looking to score easy gift cards you have to listen to the story a Texas man better woman through Google hangouts there get along pretty well and then suddenly she asked the man for a sixty five dollar Amazon gift card well this guy got suspicious but it's in a block in the other person he decided take a road trip from student Texas all the way to Lincoln Nebraska where his new girlfriend that he met on Google hang out said that she lived so you don't drive more than five hundred miles to make sure you're not getting scam so he gets to the address where his girlfriend leads and sends her message but she says you know I'm not gonna let you into the house for a little hanky panky until you send me a picture of the Amazon gift card and also want to scratch off pin number on the back them somehow this convince this guy from Texas that the whole thing was on the up and up so he texted the photo of the Amazon gift card and guess what in a surprising turn of events in terms of the person lives I know living at the address given to the guy and once they have the gift card the girlfriend blocked the Texas guy from any further contact okay what a joke alright let's talk about being Snoop done if you believe that you're not being stripped down I'm sorry to disappoint you but you're totally wrong hackers and governments advertising companies I is peas are gobbling up your data and that's why I recommend getting the software that I trust project my online activity talking about expressing BPM I used it on a recent trip to Europe it was easy it was fast their apps use powerful encryption to secure your data it runs in the background of your computer your phone and use the.

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"six million" Discussed on I Used To Watch This?

I Used To Watch This?

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"six million" Discussed on I Used To Watch This?

"Way. Now, they're all going right in the woods. But asker, you know, he did contemplate for like three seconds whether or not he should get the naked though. Steve is. Yeah. Yeah. Die because he's like Steve millions of people Steve millions of people. I guess we gotta save. Steve. I mean, a million we got we got. But we do have invested six million dollars in Hammond. We have not gotten that money back yet. Really? So that's cut their losses right there then. Yeah. All right. So that was the end of part one. Yep. In I'm back next week for the thrilling conclusion where maybe he'll see Bigfoot more than ten seconds. With two arms. So party starts out with some soldier bringing back the the Marlene geologist. Yeah. And she to now is all like, she just she's onstream. So she's all disoriented. She has a sensor with her too, right? Yeah. She's basically no help at all. She's like what where you know. So she didn't know anything. No Steve is back at the mothership or wherever with Stephanie powers. And they're having a media round table in there explaining their aliens from this more advanced world. You know, she build Bigfoot cheek from a creature. They brought with from her planet. Right. Like, a less. Intelligent life form from their planet. And that they raise everyone's memory anyone who comes in there, which is like all the the alien, invasion, invasion, invasion tropes, but like all the tropes from Malian shows like, well, they took me, and they proved me, but then they white my memory Elliott. Remember things when I'm put under hypnosis that kind of thing. Yeah. Yeah. And then, you know, as the there's one bitter Ilian, and he's like, yeah. I got I got some clip. I got a clip of him. Okay. A couple. So so here's what the talking about. They've been here for two years, but Steve's like, but people have been talking about sasquatch forever. Legend native, Indians native Americans. I'm talking about in front of years. Well, so we're here for two years. But really it's two hundred fifty years because we got this little box here that lets slip through time speed up time something like that. Right. The Kelly go one direction it doesn't. It doesn't make sense the way plays out. But yeah. So here's here's one clip of that guy. I think I'm. Outweigh because he talks about being from a distant planet. I. Really, not married. Shell may have been decayed to you. We come from Rafa distant place distant to say, the least will group of deep space explodes is the best part. Coming piece, of course. So that pas I did not add anything to it. There was literally that much time between him sing that and sorting come in peace. That's a good question to ask, you know. Well, yeah. I mean, you know, you gotta think about it for a little bit. But then again, they talk about the box. They go that then. This is a little longer. But anyway. We have been here for two hundred and fifty years, but as a group we have moved quickly from top so to speak so that while in fifty years have passed on only two years have passed. Still seems like two hundred and fifty years to me fifty years allergies. TLC has other applications such as providing the mild amusement of going from place. To place. Seemingly in the blink of an eye. So the guys all Pissy because he has allergies. That's really what is problem is. And he's been their whole time suffering from allergies. Yeah. But the thing is is when talking about this little box. Let's skip through time or whatever speed up time. Steve notices that somehow his guy he could see a move it. Right. So basically just makes them invisible. And then they walk to a different place. Right. But I they say like speeds up time to at. No, it's this are saying, I don't I don't get it. Yeah. I don't know. Yeah. I don't either. But advance for us. I think that's really what it is. Yeah. Yeah. So we cut back to the group the camp the army camp and they've got a fifty megaton nuke. They're going to drop in the fall, you know, tiny little one. Yeah. Just to set things off. And again, the reiterate they do this. Then Steve will be killed, unfortunately. So they're they're moving buzzword. Yeah. And they'll know, oh, I before they had to do it. They'll know if they get a small tremor in the next seventeen minutes, they know the big ones come in. Right. So then we cut back. To this the aliens. Again, it's a lot of come back and forth out the things trying to get the tension setup. Right. Yeah. And then so the the lady space lady says they'll be there for about three more years, and she's clearly hitting on Steve the entire time asking him like what makes the woman attractive? And what are you doing for the next three years? So that was that was awkward and then back to the camp they're waiting. They're doing the countdown to see if the tremor happens, the countdown Oscars on the phone with the general. So like all right three to one. Nope. Not happening. All right, call it off get that nuke. Let's return it bring new back home. And then suddenly like thirty seconds later, the tremor happens. And and this is more than a tremor. This was this is a yeah. It was pretty strong, right? In the time. I wish I had a clip of this. But Tom comes through. It says it basically he's like. We've received a tremor, the whatever huge quake is gonna happen with one hundred percents certainty might our first of all your trimmer was late. And how can you be hundred percent certain about any? But he's just for. I'm like he just wants to blow shit up at nuke. Now. I felt like he wanted to kill Steve Austin. I think he I don't know. But milk my own my own twist on things it instead. Yeah. But instead Steve's underground when that earthquake happens, and he actually saved some guy from the stealing collapsing on them. Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, you're in some brownie points there, right? Yeah. He held up the ceiling of the cave. And then we what here we show that the new is ready to go. It's underground magically. Right. They drill. Yeah. And now we're back then we go back to one hundred zero two. Yeah. We're like all over the place. And so this is where they have what's the name shall loan whatever's on she's got some magic wonder drug. It's like right giants Rindge with some blue liquid. I think it's like Neo tracks energy calls it. And like, hey, you know, what I'm leaving? Can I have some of that? And she'll be like cure. Everyone's illness is no, no, no, no. You can't. So she gets called away and sees looking through like, the videos or whatever. And he sees that. What does he see they'll be the nuke that the nukes can happen? Yeah. But I doesn't he help her kinda like fixed Bigfoot, right or. No, no, no, someone gets injured in the accident. Right. Yeah. The lira Triana the leeann. Yeah. Exactly. And she's like all I wish this this thing was bent, or whatever it was, you know. Oh, yeah. She was fixing Bigfoot. I think. Yeah. Then he bends it for. So she has a right angle. I'm surprised like make it a heart or something. Right. And I was thinking really like is he bending too far. How does he know how much needs like, right? It was a huge band. I would not have initially been at that much. Snow mentally is this enough is this? Yeah. But anyway, sorry, I get hung up on that. Then they make out again. They. In that. Oh, yeah. This is so after they kiss the she gets a call from the head guy, and she leaves in he somehow figures out how to work the computer as so he can spy, oh, he can see Tom Oscar and tries to talk to them. Here's them talking about the nuke and the quake. And there's twelve minutes left and Bigfoot waking up behind him. Yeah. Yeah. That got me uncomfortable. If it was. And the space people don't want the relief bomb to go off. They would rather have the people die because I guess if that goes up, you know, that's the cave is going to have in a cave. And yeah, the refound out, you know, we'll find us. I mean, we'd rather millions of people die right or we could move to a different cave. Yeah. But now it's much work. Yeah. So so Steve kicks ashes in plans. In some highlight blocks them in. And so he goes he makes it through this like tunnel that I took him down. But when he gets through big Foot's at the other end and charges him, and Steve does this like sweet like Akito move where he just stem side of the way, like really drives usually women to begin them. Right. Yes. His own momentum against him. Using you know way as no way. So he he's I don't toss us him. And he hit some computers and stuff. So he seems foot seems unconscious at this point. Yeah. And then Steve what he jumps that door that rock covered organ. I guess I don't know if it's the same one or not looks like it. Yeah. But then there's just a couple of minutes left, and he's got to stop this or not stop the detonation. He's gotta stop them from stopping the detonation, right? Chalan went out there to go. Stop it. Yeah. So he spots the detonator, and then he sees Alon, you know, heading heading toward towards it to to disarm it.

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"six million" Discussed on I Used To Watch This?

I Used To Watch This?

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"six million" Discussed on I Used To Watch This?

"On. Easy now easy. Wanna hurt you feelings? And they're the fighting starts. I just an observation. Steve is cool as cucumber big huge. He's like twice as size. He's ugly. He has white is is really bad teeth and Stena's so calm. I would've I would've wet myself. I would have well, let's because you don't have by onyx. Even if I were astronaut, even if I did I think I would I I don't know that I could remain calm in face of pig foot. Yeah. But now it turns into basically like a UFC match, right? Yes. And I noticed Bigfoot does fight very much like a human being does. He's got a couple of moves. He looks like he's practiced them. Again. We see the people. We don't see the people. They're being watched. And basically being they're betting on them like who's going to win right? Yeah. It starts out too quick for them. Right. Right. And at some point one point like Steve gets launched like what thirty. Here. A couple of good scenes in the. Yeah. And I I don't know if you ever saw the clip I put on that. But I did take one clip which stuck in my memory forever. So they're fighting, right? They're rolling around. They're doing all this kind of stuff mind. You again, Steve only by on is one arm and two legs. And he gets launched thirty feet in the air lands. I got his back, which isn't biotic. So soon will be. Yeah. Right. Exactly. Explain. But so then they it one point Bigfoot comes charging at. I think it was after right after that part. I played in Steve grabs his arm in rips in. Yeah. And it was while wires it everything hanging out, and that image has like stuck in my mind, even since I was a little kid. I always remember that part wasn't either was a robot or whatever all I know is it was traumatic seeing Steve Austin ribbon arm off and other living thing. Yeah. It was much like the, you know, Luke Skywalker. Trump on the arm off that the cave and fire strikes back, but at four one point before he got his arm taken away. He he hits pick Steve in just shake him. Like a ragged out. It's so funny. It was kind of reminiscent of when. Wonder woman got shook up against you you. Yes. Yeah. A show on just drawing parallels right there. But then you get the arm ripped off. And the funny thing like he comes over to you like grabs his arm back like pushing like shove Steve in runs off with his arm. He runs off as other like a football. Yeah. What is going to go for a touchdown? Yeah. You know, smart enough to take it with him. So we needed but Seve chases down and learn, you know, tries to follow him or whatever he's losing them a little bit. So he runs fast even more or faster than Steve Baker. Well, yeah. And then he won't win point. I don't know what it was supposed to be was jumping across a stream or rivers any like doesn't make it. Yeah. So big jumps. It Steve tries to jump. He doesn't clear. So he lands in. Like a foot of water, but big Foot's a little better. Yeah. Yeah. The people are still following a mind, you, I don't know cameras are and they're like all see how he does with a solid wall of our walk wall of solid rock what? So then he's like, he's files them the cave in this just like things gone and uses by a guy. And now all of a sudden he could see like heat signatures, which this is a new treat. Yeah. Which I don't think this is probably the first time he's used it. But I know it's something new that was added on. So he realizes there's something behind this one wall. He starts. It was a soft grades into the rock with his Biannic arm. Yeah. Cheered. Yes. There's Terence are like it's like styrofoam or something. Yeah. And then he finds it which is weird so solid rock the tears often. There's a door behind it. I'm like how did that door open? Yeah. Why why didn't put a door there? Give a big wall. The doors open. In a way. Yeah. But then he finds some trippy tunnel. That's like twisting there's that. And then some weird music airs weird sounds air. And he basically starts passing out. Yeah. It's just too much for him. Yeah. And then as he's passing out there's some people walking towards him that he can barely see because he's fading out. But they all have different colored jumpsuits out. The Teletubbies are coming together. They all have different jump seats. Which was say is Tiki Wiki was that one. And then then the little screen reminded me of how to tell us hobbies like their style. Yeah. Light up there. They'd have the what the baby son face or whatever. Oh, that's so weird. Oh, anyway, so they take him away. And then like what we cut to ask her, and he gets a phone, call out and the woods. From Jamie, just call. Yeah. You guys fishing is like well. Patch me through the mission in the forest. Yeah. Exactly. Boston's ex girlfriend. Yeah. I don't know at this point. I think what buying women's early on the air because she's you know, teacher or something. Yeah. And so I don't remember at this point if she's gained her memory back because we haven't seen the first episode of that yet only I forgot about that. Yeah. We just we saw how it ended on six million dollar, man. Right. But. But she wants to talk to Steve. And he's like well, Steve's dot here. He doesn't classic trying to cover for your buddy when head in. He didn't say he was taking but Bigfoot, right? And but she wants she wants to come out and help and he won't let her this is basically just a way to get her in the episode. So people remember to watch right biotic woman later in the week, or it was in her contract that she makes so many parents as or whatever Rao, so so basically the phone call goes like this. He tells her Jamie's missing I he tries to avoid it. Then he tells her he's missing don't worry by in like. Like like what door we have no idea where he is. He's fine. See later, he's by for God's sakes. Back next week comu-. Tom comes with the good news. Hey, there's a pressure build up, and it sounds like there's an earthquake coming with Lincoln, whatever two days, and it pretty much gonna break California off into the ocean. Yeah, he's or it's possible sensors vis bed. What are the two one of the other millions of people are gonna die or we got a bad sensor. So. I should've taken a screen shot of this. And I don't know why did it. But at that point when they talked to think it was like, he leaves and.

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"six million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"six million" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Basketball takes on Mississippi State, Saturday morning at eleven thirty on NewsRadio. Wait forty. W H A S. Racist. I Gina seven Irish or Scott or. Wanian either. I know I would affect the same. I was trying to honor to my stand up for my dear France this terrible. Medieval fashion. Liam Neeson's still trying to get out of trouble here talk to Jimmy Hollywood earlier on Terry minor show. And he said that look Liam Niessen likes his Scots likes, his drinks. So they think that the person who was the this independent magazine or whatever the independent he was interviewing with he was probably drinking and the guy started talking about. Well, there's a revenge theme in your movies. You know, let's talk about revenge. And that's how a conversation star. Is it true? It's favorite Drake is a white Russian. No, I do. I do know that they can't sold the red carpet for his premiere last night in LA. They showed the movie they had the premier, but they cancelled all the red carpet stuff. Good. So so doubt. So there you go. All right, Texas. Are you ready? Yes. I love Texas. This school district in Texas has stepped up the security. They hired a saw a picture of him. He's got the shaved head. He looks like a seal. Basically is a navy seal. They hired a former secret service agent, and he lamented this they spent six million dollars, by the way, facial recognition systems and all the schools. So when they walk in. They scan every face and the people that are not supposed to be on campus. They are alluded alerted immediately. Wait. So what happens in the case of Marshall county where it was a student of the school. I'm just telling you. Like that all teachers unions of the school Columbine. Right. You didn't of this school, right? Okay. What I'm telling you is. That's the first thing they've done teachers have cell phone panic buttons. So right when they see something that I think that's probably hit that pretty good idea. It's called nine one one special blocks. And now you could go. Hey, alexa. Call nine one one. Like, you don't even have to press a button right now in Alexa, somewhere is gonna call. Hey, alexis. Special locks on all classroom doors that can be activated remotely. So somebody in the office can just shut all the doors like a prison and lock them, boy huggers. Not like a little fat kid like me trying to get into biology and they hit that button. It's Bush me or if you accident we hit the wrong button and trap the shooter in a room with a bunch. All right. Even worse. And lastly, part of the six million dollar. Secret service agent plan. This is done. This is in Texas. It's already happened in expanded security team that keeps twenty two a are fifteen rifles in an office. Down Seattle that could go wrong with that. I'll see anything wrong with it. Arsenal on a school. I. Trained teachers that know how to do it. Well, no, they have a security team that will be trained, and they ha they will have. Well, they call that not an ornery too. Is it the I guess an armory? So this someone wrote this Bill they put it before a committee. The committee said yes, another committee on the opposite side said yes, they put before the whole body miraculously screen. And this is what they've come up with to stop school shootings, not mental that money towards mental health or anti-bush. None of that you go girl facial recognition girl for people. Good for them. That's a good for her Texas. Can you see me getting physically now? Well, you know, what they need to do is they need to wire everyone lows doorknobs where would shock you. Just hit it. And the only person I could do something that clever would be Tony Allen, Allen electric. They will leave you in the dark. I've trusted them with some rental property. He checked out those several times because I couldn't sleep at night. I wanted to make sure the electrical dot yes, you have rental property. And when I was looking for an apartment, you didn't speak up on that, man. I mean, I didn't go ahead. I ran into a fifty two year old woman and a boyfriend that likes to work in the yard. You knew the house is going to be worse with your big dogs for the record. Tony allen. The ones I've ever used by the.

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