37 Burst results for "Some Years Ago"
The Story of Audioburst
"Today. We're gonna talk about the rise of audio and ai in the combination of the tune. What that's gonna mean for not only our industry. But for i think more broadly for for tech in society because there's significant cultural elements here so my guest today or go klein and amir hershey were the co founders of audio burst. And what i thought i would do is maybe you could give a quick overview of what audio burst is how things got started and what you do in the market so i wanted to say hi to the team the join listen to us some of the faces familiar to me and others. That don't know me. I'm a mirrors founder. Other birds the like a the means to me I think the story of body verse should be maybe five years ago when we founded the company being huge. All your fans me personally. More on the radio sides in the us weren't as popular as they are today. Gossiping was faster than me to adopt to pretty much any of the medium available out there. We felt that everything we wanted to know and eager is available in exists in the audio world. But he was extremely hard to find. It was extremely to enjoy and from that challenge for the offers which is a big company. Were in a i. Face the engine that we've developed valuable product. Describe it into but later But we used. Our capabilities are know how allen jr to build an engine to make all your acceptable to understand what is being spoken with the spoken word audio which cheap acknowledgee up to that point warlords. The blind spot nause understanding of this thing would exist within the company and using our capabilities. Fine fine Become too we were looking for on one hand and help the concentrate us find the listeners and the us they wanted so in essence we built an ai engine with the mission the past to connect users and listeners to the company that they're looking for that will inform them entice them meant obtain them In the easiest fastest rich endless way possible.
Fresh update on "some years ago" discussed on Houston's Morning News
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40 Killed in Airstrikes, Rocket Attacks As Unrest Spreads Beyond Jerusalem
"Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza have exchanged their heaviest bombardments in years, with both sides escalating their attacks on urban areas overnight. The Palestinians and Louis Barajas of hundreds of rockets towards tell Aviv and bash ever in an apparent attempt to overwhelm Israel's missile defenses. Israel has carried out hundreds of air strikes on Gaza. At least 35 Palestinians and five people in Israel have been killed. Since Monday. The United Nations Middle East peace and boy has warned of a growing risk of full scale war.
Balloon Release Honors Grandmother Killed While Leaving Church on Mother's Day
"Gathered in posing for a balloon released. Remember Annette O'Neill as deeply religious and devoted to her church. The 62 year old had just left services at the church on Mother's Day when she was struck by a 17 year old driving a stolen Dodge Charger the team is in the hospital has not yet been charged. Opposing officers are searching for four other people as possible suspects or witnesses. Community activists and your homes Roman reach out to for you to put a family that those individuals get bringing down this street. Got out of that car care that got out of that car. I'm gonna pray for you and your family. Get somebody in your family turn you in. Neil leaves behind two Children, four grandchildren and her husband of 36 years Chicago
Paige Mycoskie on the Story of Aviator Nation
"Those who don't know aviator nation give us the cliff's notes. Okay so yeah. Aviator nation is a lifestyle brand that i started basically in my garage and southern california about fifteen years ago. Fifteen years that's pretty great. It's kind of crazy to even say that. now. I'm like wow time. Flies was the concept the same as it is. Now i'm seeing some amazing lounge wear at leisurewear had have you kind of veered toward that category in the those categories in the last year. Or that's always been kind of court of the brand. Yeah it's funny That has always been quarter. The brand i mean my passion since i was young has always been to be super comfortable and I love sweats. And i love. Really soft t shirts and Really that's just you know since i was young. I've worn vintage t shirts and super comfortable sweats like all the time. And so yes. I mean when i started the company might goal was pretty much to create something. That's so comfortable. That i would want to wear it every single day. Myself and You know now that athleisure is such a big deal and people are accepting tracksuit in the sweatsuit or whatever you wanna call it pretty much anywhere you go. It obviously works to my benefit but that is definitely what we have been doing since day one. Yeah are you your customer. Who is your customer. Do you can fit the demo. Yes so. I absolutely am my customer. When i when i started the company it was specifically make clothes for myself. I just really. I've always been very very picky about what i'm wearing specific to being super comfortable and specific colors and and it's funny i just i just could not find anything in the stores. That was what i wanted to wear. And it started with me really searching and vintage stores because i found that i was. I was more excited to wear vintage clothing because stuff that was made in the seventies and early eighties and stuff like that was definitely more the style that i wanted and so i found myself looking for close flea markets and thrift stores and stuff like that and then i realized it's so hard like i spent a whole day looking for like won t shirt. Because it's not easy to find t shirts from the seventies. It's like can find stuff from the nineties and two thousands but it's hard to find the really old good staff and so finally dawned on me. I'm like what am i doing spending a whole day looking for a t shirt. Why don't i learn how to make this That's just always kind of been. My personality is figuring out how to make
FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15 Years
"Week in the race to vaccinate is the FDA authorizes the Fizer vaccine for kids 12 to 15. Mozambique, ONI says the CDC is advisory committee meets tomorrow to make specific recommendations. After that. Medical experts from the Western states Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada will meet to do a separate review the data. If all of these groups give the thumbs up, providers could be approved to start administration what's widely sometime on Thursday. It's a big deal for those of us who work with kids. I know most pediatricians are very excited about being able to vaccinate Children, the American Academy of Pediatrics says. Been looking forward to this guy at Seattle Children's Hospital when they're planning on administering shots. Two kids 12 to 15. They say they're waiting on final guidance from the Department of Health. Also, CVS Pharmacy says they are ready to vaccinate kids 12 to 15 with the Pfizer vaccine once they get that CDC recommendation.
Fresh update on "some years ago" discussed on Security Now
"Box a windows server you can make it look like a scanner device. It actually has. That is one of the things you can make. It look like so attackers won't even know they've been caught. Just know that the password they tried didn't work which they're used to but meanwhile you'll get an actionable notification will tell you there's somebody in there prowling around thinks. Canaries are designed to look like things hackers want and the reason they are is because the guys who designed the canary have been in this game for twenty years plus they've trained companies militaries and governments about how to break into networks and they took all the knowledge. They've got about that to make something that hackers just really don't want you to know about the things to canary. They're deployed all over the world and all seven continents. They're really one of the most important tools against data breaches. You can put fake files on them. You can enroll them in active directory. They even generate something called canary token. Stephen i talked about this some years ago when we first found out about this the canary token school. It's a file a pdf document and excellent. excel file. where that's what it looks like the bad guy but if they open it boom immediately you get an education. The trip wires hackers get there. It's so awesome. Everything i thinks does is designed around their philosophy of trivial to deploy with the.
US Tax Deadline Looms
"Extra month is almost up. Tax day is less than a week away. You haven't filed yet stephanie. Rule has what you need to know for. Financial planners like rodney rigas. It's go time. I cannot imagine what would have been like without the extra months. The irs is tax deadline is now less than a week. Away doesn't make a difference whether i file on paper or should i do it online. It's always much more secure to do online. And it's quicker to get a refund. The direct deposit mailing is not the ideal auction between stimulus. Checks millions on employment and a work from home surge. Taxes are likely to be more confusing than ever key things to know at the federal level. Your stimulus check is tax free and if you claimed unemployment the i ten thousand two hundred dollars also tax free and the child tax credit now. Three thousand dollars for kids six and up and thirty six hundred for younger children if you taxes you want to pay as much as possible but may seventeenth deadline. Anything that is unpaid does have penalties and interest assessed and remember. If you owe money you can work out. A payment plan with the irs. If you make less than seventy two thousand dollars a year the irs will help you file for free. And if you've moved states consider hiring a professional and one more thing. Lester make sure you hit submit by midnight on may seventeenth
Ex-UAW Leader Gets Nearly 2 Years in Prison for Corruption
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting an X. U. A. W. leader gets nearly two years in prison for corruption of former president of the United auto workers was sentenced Tuesday to twenty one months in prison after pleading guilty to embezzlement sixty eight year old Dennis Williams led the way W. from twenty fourteen to twenty eighteen an investigation revealed Williams was part of a scheme that used union dues to finance golf watching and fancy meals according to prosecutors in twenty seventeen Williams turned a three day winter meetings event in palm springs California into a four month stay in a multi year investigation eleven U. A. W. officials and the late official spouse have pleaded guilty since twenty seventeen hi Mike Rossio
Why Would Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow?
"We are back final hour. It's been a fun show. We appreciate you being here. A lot of conversation with my Mike smith earlier. We also talked to dennis dodd. Another conversation predictably has been tim. Tebow we've given you a lot of reaction on that in the mike cannon bom from espn former gm jets dolphins. He's been here a couple of times. He had this to say earlier today. On keyshawn jay will and zubin about understanding the signing. I don't like it. I just don't see the upside in this move. He's thirty four years old. He would be a backup. I just don't know of thirty four year old players that can come in and be back place special teams and you're taking away a roster spot from hopefully a young developmental player that could grow with a young nucleus obviously led by trevor lawrence. And to me this is probably through the lens of urban. Meyer saying a decade. And a half ago tim tiba was the most competitive guy i've ever been around and he can help set the culture. If i was in that building what i would be pushing back saying coach. That may be true but in the nfl as you well know. Players needs to be led by players. They believed can take them to where they wanna go and as a backup tight end. I just don't think tim tebow would have that same credibility as he wants dave when he was the starting quarterback in florida. He also questioned whether tibo could even makes a team. I just don't see how he makes the team or urban and he's a really good coach he he's been historically great college but i just don't know he has to earn a spot and he's given a spot. That's gonna cause a big problem because players weren't have a chance to win and again to me just putting on my lens of a general manager and roster construction if you're not a starter in the nfl with only forty six players dressing you have to play special teams so my question. is tim. tibor thirty four years old going to cover cover kicks that remains to be seen. Now if he doesn't earn it does a totally different discussion. But i don't think you could sign him and say hey. He definitely has a spot on this team.
Former University of Hawaii QB, Heisman Candidate Colt Brennan Dead at 37
"Begin the second half with some sad news from honolulu. Colt brennan who played for the university of hawaii. He ran up against a couple of sec. Teams including alabama as well as the university of georgia in the two thousand and eight sugar bowl. He was also the two thousand and seven. Finalists for the heisman finished. Third he has passed away in honolulu at the age of thirty seven years. Old brennan according to reports has had public struggles with alcohol data in fact at hospital in california according to his father terry brennan who said he just spent one too many times on the dark side of life and it caught up with him.
Man City Are Champions Again
"Kick things off by saluting manchester city. Once again champions of england they didn't even have to kick a ball today. Manchester united losing a home against less city means that it's mathematically impossible for social side to catch city rivals. Had the top of the table. This be much to cities. Seven talk fly when their fifth in the premier league areas of manchester united but in the angry obviously thoroughly deserved. You know to come back. From the couple of seasons hod will they will neck and neck ever pulling successful and then they go a lesson last year from from liverpool who won cancer at the end that was over by other know probably february of thereabouts and to come back from the and we were going to be the big chases again that she had the injuries of just d- road. Anything they were going to do. We're going to talk about potential for was to come back from that. And let you wins and re address the problems particularly the bach and the yeah amazingly with ruben diaz. Joe sale has been fantastic. Jenkins done well when he's commend. Johnstone's of resurgence and has career and he's fitness any form part from the wobble gone magnificent and the medfield. All this done really pretty much more. This season with a not australian and i don't think there's many other clubs around europe never mind an england that could have that success pleaded not mon. It's interesting see because they started this season badly. Go back says say november and you look at the table. They're not even in the top ten after eight matches in fact that resided in thirteen. They'd only got twelve points from those opening eight matches but then they went on an incredible. Winning run didn't they.
Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as TE
"This is austin lane. He's a former. Nfl tight end the host of action. Sports jacks on. Espn radio he was joining. He was joining freddie and fitzsimmons about whether tibo is going to be jacksonville simply for his leadership. The whole narrative that tim tibo coming to jacksonville. Be an urban meyer guy and helping that locker room presence. i think it's baloney. I'm not buying into that narrative because what what guys look for in terms of leadership and guys buy into his guys that have had except you know leaders guys that you can say this guy the baller. I gotta follow him and watch. How does now. I've talked to many times. Tim is a fantastic guy. But i think the whole narrative of you're going to bring him in because he's a great locker room guys all right. Great there's there's tons of great locker got. There's tons of great teammates just like any locker. Rooms made up of all types of people. So i'm not buying that austin lane also talked about. What exactly will tibo be doing assuming. He makes the team the whole narrative. That tim tebow coming to jackson i understand that he knows urban meyer. They have a great relationship. I guess you know. Urban meyer bought a house. experts week. Sent tibo so even if he makes the team. That's going to be great e hollywood. Tv show Urban meyer tim hero next door. It's gonna be fantastic. It's gonna do all the rating. But i do think this. This is urban meyer first year and then i saw and you know he's bringing his guys in. I understand all that. But what earn myers gotta realize. Real quick is that. You can't take anything if tim people is going to make. This team is because tim tebow has earned a spot. There are no you know there is no. I like this guy lot. Let's give him a spot. That doesn't work like that players not locking them. We'll see through that day one so two hundred two things are going to happen either. Tim tebow is not the tight end which we don't think he is and i'll be honest. I'm kind of in that boat or tim. Tebow is a tight end. And he earns his spot and he gets that roster spot and that's it was not good enough during the roster spot. He's not gonna get it. Because of urban meyer gives him that spot. He's gonna lose that locker room in a heartbeat.
Blizzard Is Showing off Two Hours of Overwatch 2 Next Week
"Will be holding a two-hour play, Ash versus players Centric, live stream preview of OverWatch to come May 20th that will allow the Everyman like you and me more details and insight on the sequel. Earlier today. Aaron Keller delivered. This news on a developer update in place of former OverWatch director Jeff Kaplan. A subsequent AMA will be held by the dev team on the OverWatch subreddit on May 24th with the focus about this preview live stream. Keller T's off, updates to come later in the year.
Capcom Announces Impressive Resident Evil Village Numbers
"Capcom. Today announced that news evil village for places she five to she xbox series x as xbox one pc shipped over three million units worldwide. Cumulative shipments of the game in this series now exceed one hundred million units since the first title debuted in one thousand nine hundred six representing the eighth main entry in the series the new resonable villages the sequel the resin evil seven biohazard. Which has gone on to ship a cumulative eight point five million units as of december thirty first twenty twenty years a higher degree of action and even more expansive highly engaging gameplay if that wasn't enough governor christopher drilling over gamesindustrybiz rights resume village has comfortably taken the number one spot in this week. Uk box charts according to the k. Entertainment the horror game is the second biggest box launch of the year behind super mario three d world plus bows fury forty. Nine percent of its sales were on. Ps five thirty one on ps four in twenty percent on xbox. It's the third big five game launch since behind since behind spider. Man miles morales in assassin's creed vol which were released in november last year. It's the second biggest one for boxed xbox series game two behind call black ops cold war it was already number three on the all time xbox series behind call of duty immortals phoenix rising however is not got it has got close to the sales of previous resonable games. Sales are down twenty over twenty five percent compared to the launch resin evil remake and almost forty percent down compared to two thousand seventeen resonable. Seven did sell better than last year's razzie will remake with launched zales seventy six percent higher. Of course this is just physical sales in digital has accelerated significantly over the past eighteen months. Considering the game's popularity steam. It is likely the game has achieved strong results. once the digital data comes in this week. Congratulations tourism
How India's COVID-19 Crisis Imperils Vaccinations in Africa
"Covid nineteen crisis in india is now the worst in the world. The number of cases and deaths continued to rise and the country is no longer exporting. Its vaccines and this is putting a strain on other countries and continents including africa. The continent accounts for sixteen percent of the population but only has received about one percent of the world's vaccines npr global health correspondent. New eisenman joins us now with the latest. Welcome hi how many vaccines does the continent need. And what was the original plan right. So africa has about one point. Three billion people if you figure somewhere between sixty percent eighty percent need to be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity. That's as many as one billion people. The problem is that as you noted. Africa was all but shut out by wealthy countries buying up the first doses so the plan that leaders there cobbled together is okay by the end of this year. Cover between twenty percent maybe even thirty percent of the population through the kovacs facility. That's international buying platform. That's co led by the world health organization and another fifteen percent of people were going to be covered with vaccine at the african union which is a coalition of african nations had separately negotiated with various vaccine makers to secure but that's just forty five percent of people covered and a lot of african governments are not in a great position financially to buy the rest so it was already a difficult picture and then the situation in india hit. Yes yes. can you speak to how the the crisis in india has thrown a wrench into africa's vaccine rollout well pretty much all of the first doses that kovacs the international platform was planning to send to africa. This spring was going to come from a manufacturer in india serum institute of india but because india's need for vaccine quickly became so huge they're no longer exporting so already. There are forty million doses. That africa was counting on for march. Didn't arrive another fifty million doses for april haven't been delivered and it's already clear that the hold up is going to continue at least through may this month Meanwhile i mentioned the african union had worked at its own deal to get vaccines well about a third of that was also going to come from serum institute of india so you have a situation where the amount of vaccine that was planned for. Africa wasn't enough and then very little of that. Insufficient quantity has actually reached the continent.
Tom Cruise Returns Golden Globe Awards in Protest of HFPA
"Now. The golden globes controversy is getting nasty h f p has been called out for their lack of diversity. They have zero black members. Scarlett johansson says the displayed. Sexist behavior will nbc just announced. They will not air. The show next year and tom cruise reportedly returned the trophies won over the years. What do you think about. Tom returning his awards. Would you ever do this jodi. Yeah absolutely if it was if it came from. If i got an award for something that you know it came from somewhere that has now been proven to not have diversity and i don't want the recognition from this particular group i. I actually really commend him for doing that. Says a lot and tom cruise doing it. I think Sets a precedent for other stars to not only stand up for it but also to feel comfortable in saying like i'm with i'm with these other actors. You know they they might not feel so alone ins in standing up for it. And i think it's really it's really important. I mean it's shocking. The age of p. a. has no black members. I it's twenty twenty one. What are you what is
China's Census Shows That Population Barely Grew Last Year
"There will be a vote tomorrow on whether House Republicans will keep Wyoming Congress woman Liz Cheney in her leadership position. She's third and House GOP Authority, but she's faced tremendous pressure to quit. Cheney blames former President Donald Trump over his role in the deadly capital insurrection, and she rejects his lies that the election was stolen.
NBC Rebukes Hollywood Foreign Press Association
"The Golden Globes. NBC is not going to air next to your show and the Golden Globe. The Golden Globes have long been an important first stop for awards season. Now the show is crumbling. NBC says it won't air next Year's Globes, noting that it feels the group behind the Globes, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is committed to meaningful reform. But NBC doesn't feel that reform will happen in time for next year's show, so NBC won't air the 2022 Globes. The H F D A has been under pressure to make changes after it was revealed earlier this year that the group who votes on the Globe's had no black members. The HF voted last week to make changes or criticized over the speed of the possible changes. Jason Evans and
Rogue Founder Frank Villarreal Steps Down on Organization’s Fifth Anniversary
"Rogue president is actually stepped down to focus on consulting kind of wild. It seems like a pretty decent time to be in charge of rogue at least from the league perspective. There rocket league team is always really high up there as well. I know that's like a second or third tier east sport in general. I don't know how they are in counterstrike. I've no clue if they've made a foray into valerie yet. But i think he's just kind of decided five years of my life move onto something a little bit different and if you've got like an actual background and resume building east sports organization right now. You are probably worth your weight in gold. Yeah and also just five years working in east sports like that's a long time actually and in an industry that is still touted as like. Oh it's growing it's growing. It's getting big. It's getting big but like when you actually get a job and sports you realize how small it still is and how many hats you have to wear whenever you work in job so like hats off. The he's able to work five years in that that's actually crazy. Yeah good for him and hopefully move into greener
"some years ago" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Advertise I can see the the Amazon prime guy delivering machine guns to efforts by neighborhood really run back to his truck a good idea that's a fascinating call Hey thanks for joining us rich appreciate it okay yeah have a good day ten thirteen W. GM John of the coyotes are moving back to the city maybe they're not bothered by the high taxes like the rest of us are that explains the difference now I don't understand it either Brian you're on WGN radio look we do for you Brian you're on the air some years ago as well in the house in wood ridge repair of Eric in the cider house I didn't ever really secure exactly woke up one morning and ate Kaylee had not gore won the garbage can I was sitting in one of our patio chairs Ian Strachan like with a box care Seattle thank you to see it god bless them you know more power to you Mister coyote if you can figure that out of there we we had a flat roof of our front door and a little fall morose chisel records called in and they were living in a roof for awhile yeah there was not on they don't want that Hey thanks for the phone call it will occur it was shocking you have to look at my carry ons year right right check a bucket of KFC thanks for the call ten fourteen by the way we talk about jeopardy in the tournament of champions we will this week as we follow James holds our and then that the other two guys bread writer is the guy who won twenty years ago isn't doing so well they split so far whole tower one last night and then Jennings one the night before it's the best of seven so they've got to win three so whole towers one one if he wins tonight tomorrow night and it's over but it could go much longer than that because it's a best of seven history of playing the scores one one zero ten fourteen on WGN will your child be.
"some years ago" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I was laughing with a friend of mine from the Kimmel show some some years ago about insults and how two hundred years ago the great. You know now we just tell you, you know, your mom's pussy stinks every call you a Laker half a fag or whatever. Put back then the greatest insult you could give to guy was I said, good day. Actually wished him well. One more time. The greatest laugh in the face saying, have a good day one more time a little bit. They were that. They were that wrapped up in themselves and yet. And yet when you stepped into the the when you stepped into the parlor, when you know yet you had your dinner party and then the women would go off in the one part of the house and the men would go off and the other part of the house. Men were alone smoking. You would pull it a chamber pot out of the wall and your houses and just take a leak right there realize, yes, I like that. Yeah, but never number two. Poor form? Yeah, maybe probably wouldn't wouldn't drop drop your trousers and shit in front of the other gents chamber. Polite thing to do. We don't have to leave the conversation. You just take a leak really quick. Like the garage that you've? Yeah. It is always nice to and I have been guilty that one or two times when I'm taking taking a piss. But if not left the conversation where I'm doing, I'm doing where I'm taking a piss like an Ivy covered wall, but it certain point I go are you? Hi, the Rams got robbed a horrible traffic, and then he turned back around and stare at my own. Piss. Very unique to guys over the shoulder. I'm staying at conversely guys, if we're in a restaurant and we gotta take a leak of the same time. You're that. There's that pause when you both gonna get yourself settled. You're then going to start talking to me if I know you if I don't know you. I won't say anything and one of my bigger beefs with the restaurant or whatever the public places I've just a really. I was just a really nice restaurant or. Oh, I, you know, when I was I was at a really nice spa yesterday. I got the at a gift certificate to use up at a spun. I went and used it up and a couple of things first off. Have you ever gotten a professional massage? Yeah, it's it's a running because they always do that thing where they go, you're going there. You go in there to relax and unwind, but you're, you probably can't shut your mind off it. I have to get them where it's like an hour and a half like the first forty five minutes is just getting settled and then right. And then the next you know, then finally relaxing because they're too short, your fifty minutes and it's right then it's over. Right? So you go little bit longer, but you can. You can you can let go after a certain point? Yeah, right now, do you do you have because I was, here's the problem. You go there to relax. You'll you lie in your belly. You start getting massage and he's starting your nude, a start. Thinking yourself my God, I'm going to get a boner. Yeah. Oh yeah. And then if I get a boner she's gonna tell me to flip over and I'm gonna have a boner nothing, but a sheet on top of me. You do have to do have to kind of take stock. I, I've had that that same thought actually you do have to take stock because I have a massage therapist who. She's very pretty. And so you, you know bought when you're kinda guesstimates that you're about ready to be asked to turn over. You start thinking about like, yes, you know, raping. So that part. So I'm lying there on my belly with the Enya playing in the background, and I'm thinking about my grandmother being raped by Nazis. And I say, this is probably not what you're doing courtesy. No. See, but I there in. It's interesting because I do talk to guys and I think this is part of the creative process. I talked to guys all the time that are always like, why are you doing that? Like, what do you care who knows? Or whatever..
"some years ago" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Your perception of traditional banks. Here's this weekend's Jennifer Kushinka when you think of bankers you probably think. Of, stayed men in suits well there's at least one banker who's. Trying to change that image Christina Rexroad of the Wall Street Journal. Is here with more Christina let's. Start with the Bank itself what can you? Tell us about? Berkshire hills Bancorp is it this. Is a tiny little Bank they've been based in the berkshires in Massachusetts, for a long time they they, recently just moved to Boston so they're trying, to get a higher profile but you unless you're really covering the industry or, unless you live in area you've. Probably never heard of them my my. Job is I cover. Regional In community banks into my. Job is to just sort of talk to people see who out. There and one of the reasons. This Bank caught my eye is because they? Have this funny? Tagline or they call themselves America's. Most exciting Bank which is sort of you gimmicky and funny but that's, also in banking that particularly unusual, because you know most banks right now I, want to be pretty boring and fly under the radar and Christina they get, that from their CEO Michael daily. What can you tell us about him What was it you know so I I, I met him when I got lunch with. Him he's very confident he runs this small little Bank and, thinks that he can, take on much better players and he is pretty unusual in that the. The best example you're ever going to find. This man unless he tops it is You had an employee meeting. Some years, ago and he wrote into it on zip, line and you know had a smoke machine was like. Tossing hundred dollar bills to the crowd so you're not. Gonna you're not gonna find that in many business executives, much. Much less bankers and you know in for for all that he seems, to have a traditional background you know because a lot of people who are bankers? Maybe always thought? They would? Be or always, liked numbers and he's strikes me as more of. A people person. We're speaking with Christina Rexroad at the Wall Street Journal Christina what does Michael daily want, Berkshire hills to look like the Bank itself but what are the rules that he said for his employees to make it different Yeah so we have these kinda funny roles like, he. You know you have to play rock music at the start of every, meeting and you know it has to be rock music it can't be elevator music Sort of sort sorta strict like that, you know he doesn't he doesn't wear a suit he doesn't want other people to wear a suit and his philosophy and I. Don't. I don't really know if you can prove whether, this is, successful or not or fetus have to rely on anecdotal evidence is. That people will, do better work if they want. To come to the office I mean that's not an original thought a lot, of people have like tech companies until fourth try to try to exhibit that to do you know if his employees like him You know I don't I don't know we just did I just, we just, did a short little feature on him so I am sure. That there are employees who sort of, rolled their eyes and thought that this was silly. And, probably last you know 'cause, they're gonna love other banks that you can work for but. Something he told, me he, does which I have not met anyone..
"some years ago" Discussed on WTVN
"Okay tomorrow's a fourth of july i know everybody knows but here's what you may not remember there was a harvard study i had this some years ago greetings i am america's anchorman and i'm remember that survey from harvard fourth of july just wanted independence day celebrations tend to make people feel more republican and the same survey had the same david about the flag that that the flag flying along with all the traditional social behavior that takes place in the fourth of july tens to promote feelings of the republican party people obviously are motivated toward patriotic love of country themes and ideas and it really struck home with me because it it also had the counterpart that this kind of activity angered democrats flying the flag engaging in traditional independence day fourth of july behavior and if you doubted it then you should not doubt it now i made a point on yesterday's program what's wrong with america remaining america and of course that's the objective of the people currently protesting say getting rid of ice or whatever they want to transform and change america so i would suggest everybody fly your flag tomorrow the american go out and just do what you would normally be inclined to do but don't be intimidated into flying the flag don't be intimidated by any patriotic activity because you never know the impact it's going to have on people these effects in that harvard survey we're not just outward some of them were subliminal you never know where this is kind of influence can take place but i just wanted to remind everybody that if those plans that you have tomorrow include such outward even even the lighting of fireworks in the left doesn't like that because that could lead to climate change and forest fires in the number of things we stop to think if there's literally very little that happens on independence day that liberals celebrate and want to be part of how you doing fox grades are have you hear telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight.
"some years ago" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And more they always find something that's freakin delicious it's chuck and kelly thursday morning at crazy and frankly gross way some people remembering their dead loved ones that's twenty five wty okay tomorrow's a fourth of july i know everybody knows but here's what you may not remember there was a harvard study i had this some years ago greetings i am america's anchorman and remember that survey from harvard the fourth of july just one its own independence day celebrations tend to make people feel more republican emma same survey had the same david about the flag that that the flag flying along with all the traditional social behavior that takes place in the fourth of july tends to promote feelings of the republican party people obviously are motivated toward patriotic love of country themes and ideas and it really struck home with me because it it also had the counterpart that this kind of activity anger democrats flying the flag engaging in traditional independence day fourth of july behavior and if you doubted it then why did you should not doubt it now you i made a point on yesterday's program what's wrong with america remaining america and of course that's the objective of the people currently protesting say getting rid of ice or whatever they want to transform and change america so i would suggest everybody fly your flag tomorrow be american go out and just do what you would normally be inclined to do but don't be intimidated and deploying the flag don't be intimidated by any patriotic activity because you never know the impact it's going to have on people these facts in that harvard survey were not just outward some of them were subliminal you never know where this this kind of influence can take place but i just wanted to remind everybody that if those plans that you have tomorrow include such outward even even the writing of fireworks in the left doesn't like that because that could lead to climate change in forest fires in the number of things we stopped for thinking there's literally very little it happens on independence day that liberals celebrate and want to be part of how you doing fox grades are have you hear telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two.
"some years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Okay tomorrow's a fourth of july i know everybody knows but here's what you may not remember there was a harvard study i had this some years ago greetings america's anchorman and i'm here remember that serbia from harvard fourth of july just wanted to own independence day celebrations tend to make people feel more republican emma same survey had the same dave about the flag that that the flag flying along with all the traditional social behavior that takes place in the fourth july tends to promote feelings of the republican party people obviously are motivated toward patriotic love of country themes and ideas and it really struck home with me because it it also had the counterpart that this kind of activity angered democrats flying the flag engaging in traditional independence day fourth of july behavior and if you doubted it then why did you should not doubt it now i made a point on yesterday's program what's wrong with america remaining america and of course that's the objective of the people currently protesting say getting rid of ice or whatever they want to transform and change america so i would suggest everybody fly your flag tomorrow be american go out and just do what you would normally be inclined to do but don't be intimidated into flying the flag don't be intimidated by any patriotic activity because you never know the impact it's going to have on people these facts in that harbored survey we're not just outward some of them were subliminal you'd never know where this this kind of influence can take place but i just wanted to remind everybody that if those plans that you have tomorrow include such outward even even the writing of fireworks in the left doesn't like that because that can lead to climate change and forest fires in the number of things we stop and think of there's literally very little that happens on independence day that liberals celebrate and want to be part of how you doing fox grades are have you hear telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two.
"some years ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It was recalling we're talking with hank roth and we're taking calls one eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six talking about the plight of athletic directors and coaches these days twenty hank guys remember some years ago i was the head coach at emerson college baseball and there was some sort of bang bang play in the game late in the game and obviously i was angry is a call had gone against my team and i was going sort of face to face with the home plate empire trying to watch what i was saying but at some point i said you know i'll make sure i said i'll make sure you'll never work any of my games ever again this happened to be during a playoff situation too and of course we lost the game twenty four hours later we will new game and guess what say so fortunately he you know he understood what i was just angry and upset at the moment but yeah so we we shook hands and had a smile on my face we wanted was fine but that's you know that's that's the expected when it happens in the course of the heat of battle but it's it's all different when you get to the point of making serious threats are using bad language or whatever so just a quick story i had a an empire who i respected greatly and thought he was a good official but he made a bad play thank play at the plate cost me a game and actually the league championships i following him out to the parking lot with a baseball in my hand and i said you see this this is a baseball catcher dropped the ball and you didn't you didn't see it i felt stupid i drove home i felt badly phone i called them and real and apologized he calls me back about a week later said i just got a new pair of glasses that's funny let's let's move on let's go to let's go to vernon right here in manhattan vernon good morning you're on the fan ramona how you guys doing good how are you vernon.
"some years ago" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"Minivan here from working together some years ago and the david penguin points out the exact moment in that and i thought buddy how you guys you're so close to a story that so few people need to know and a story that i'm trying to rewrite the undercover up history and truth pirates and help redraw them from the rogues that we think they are to the role models that things should be so i want to fill in the gaps misconceptions running when you turned up today i said would you like a cup of tea oh and butler roman straight lay you put me you put me right yeah yeah on a mission i'm on a mission i think a strange thing why is it that these kind of violent murderous thieves of history are acceptable fafsa children's parties you wouldn't have a pablo escobar party for a six year old or anything else because there's a really confusing history around them the truth is i'm i'm arguing the truth is that these guys belong in working class history in the same places that levels in the grand arc of history possibly even on a on a on a spectrum with the suffragettes or the civil rights movement which is a big claim i'm i'm aware don't tell us by will thanks very much i'm just gonna took into one of these biscuits that you've baked you pirates attack is heart attack heart attack and i want to play that game because there is a lottery in pirates there was some peg legs and there were some hooks because there was a very difficult and damaging business they're in but they were no planks for example that was entirely made up by robert louis stevenson one hundred years after the event and there was chaos and there was anneke and there was wrong of course but the interesting and important thing for two thousand eighteen for for generation looking out to certain uncertainty and a distinct lack of imagination a leadership level is a generation the millennials of the hour who took responsibility accountability themselves and rejected the rules of society a broken and unfair society and self serving establishment and they wrote them and that's the distinction every single in the paris did that we know for them to be rebellious they replace those rules with something better more innovative and more fair so we're pirates young then average age of the parents was twenty eight.
"some years ago" Discussed on WTMA
"I decided to do this number one is you know my kids are now teenagers they've only known me as a weekend dad because they got they were born after i was elected to congress so that's a personal decision but i was able to make that personal decision because i feel like we put our majority in a good place because we have gotten a lot done it's making a big difference in people's lives so i'm confident we're going to be able to hand i'm going to be able to hand this over to another republican speaker and because of that list of accomplishments i actually feel content and confident therefore i feel like i can do what i've always wanted to do which was to be a full time dad with my wife for at least part of my children's upbringing because if i do another term that's really all they will ever know me at home is a weekend dad and that's just something i just can't live with the outgoing house speaker paul ryan who will serve out this term and then he will be gone from capitol hill who knows what the future might hold we can talk about some of that with our guest professor barry burden of the political science department at the university of wisconsin madison located just north of the the ryan district full disclosure my daughter lives in janesville only a few blocks away from the ryan home i've actually been by the house and and seeing the backyard where he sneaked out to get away from reporters so when he was selected as mitt romney's running mate some years ago and i remember that it was a year ago october it was october of two thousand sixteen that there were trick or treaters in my daughter's neighborhood and right there at the door was house speaker paul ryan wearing a hockey jersey and out in the street was the war wagon with the secret service guys following him around it was quite a sight to see professor burden yeah i think that says a lot about paul ryan he he really loves coming home to janesville his family has a long history there he makes an effort to get back by plane car whatever it takes on fridays saturdays and at least spend a day with the family so it doesn't surprise me one eight six six five o jimbo our number one eight.
"some years ago" Discussed on WLOB
"Jimin kim some years ago i guess it was early nineteen eighties i was looking enough to read a phd monograph about hemp in the economy and basically the the writer of the monograph described that one third of the american economy was based upon him that even while we were a colony of britain britain demanded that each colony produce a certain amount of him because it was so important in this this actually goes to that earlier caller of how many different things were made of it there was high quality cloth there was burlap there was you know like rough cloth that you would use for you know like burlap bags as well as somewhat fine cloth there was there were oils there it was when you think about cattle and horses the silage of the average food that they ate it was very high in protein and that alone produced about one third of the that was about one third of the one third because silage good quality protein and it's it's good to hear the texas is reconsidering it because when when you look at some of the key parts of the country that are half desert now eastern kansas the the plains of kansas you or ski well western kansas and eastern colorado are almost all desert now because they've just been beaten down by the sun and the cattle eight all of the native grasses off in hamp would actually be very useful out there to to get some shade in there and get some of the natives reestablished when you start looking at the idea that you know rain in america is just running right into the creeks and arroyo's and running right down to the sea and it doesn't have a chance to get back into the soil in the aquifers help is very needed to it's a fast growing plant it'll it'll withstand a lot of erosion and the the very idea that we could actually do a lot to relieve global warming simply by getting fast growing green plant in there so that the the natives could get reestablished and one other thing quickly the state of.
"some years ago" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"I really really do appreciate it chris matthews that i had an interview some years ago and at the beginning of the interview i ask him whether or not the with his job as a journalists to make the comment that he makes and here's what happened larry over here he a host of msnbc hardball in the chris matthew's show you also have a new book out called jackie kennedy elusive hero please welcome to the show chris matthews chris thank you for coming on appreciate it thank you larry chris first do you still feel that as a journalist it's your job to help obama succeed what currently my job to help a new trade and that was my goal when i said and i think that was when i voted for bush in two thousand and hope that he would do well and make them decisions i couldn't live with china when that comes with obama i will break would have so far he's done i think he should he hasn't been the leader i think he should be but he's made the decision i think i would you consider yourself with john yarmuth germs i'm a columnist i'm going to a commentator i'm not a journalist you think you're you're an object down the middle journeys elemental though i was so lightly to the left slated to left i think forty our line for example ed when you said this here's a party just keep keeping the list they want more people the fry they love executions they want people that don't have insurance that die on the gurney in a hospital bed they want that to happen they want the forget about illegal aliens gay soldiers forget about it they're not there the fbi booed if you are homeless foreclose on and they have a home foreclose on the.
"some years ago" Discussed on KKAT
"By the mid 60s postarrest with no history of our family and um that filled the business were late 1880s because of his failing health he foldup to the employees that you want them to have control of their future in what bother walked him some years ago he never got to enjoy it and that's what they really do mmm people will say well let's 80 percent today you know it's about forty percent but what they don't understand is the massive increase in state taxes the massive expensive federal state local regulations all kinds of sales taxes that didn't exist before i mean the tax burden is enormous even today what what what it does if you are a former morbid were regularly hightax with liquor type with the milliondollar pact what you didn't hear it about your cash he inherited building machinery and into the memorial nonliquid assets and we'll from help and kirkwood structure to fight it but it is literally killed him in he should've shutter the that that would fail we face orbit faith in this country would make it into the situation when it gets irritated with the ear tag merit what are here this is part of the problem with this populist stuff isn't it because you get this this class warfare stuff is an outgrowth of populism is it non it absolutely work and it absolutely is in our tax policy as a populist tax policy it's called progressivism progressivism is populism the least populism predated progressivism and then progress the progressives devour the populace i'm just telling you the history in the the dateline and so when people say i'm a populist i think what they mean is the the congress ought to represent its voters but that's very different that's why i talk about americanism that nationalism not populism or constitutional conservatism so we remember that we're republic that we've unalienable rights that property rights matter and property rights that's much as physical that's my property that's my right you know the land you're on although it certainly that but it's also what you are so the government supposed to take what it needs to to conduct its its legitimate functions not to take money from you to give it to but he else to redistribute wealth on on levels at that.
"some years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Yes ma'am um so some years ago but i will now a little more than four are a little less them i've been my undergroud out of berry celebrated in a very coated fast one on my mind but at the time was that i want to finish school that quickly fought with our money unfortunately it a quake wants to the longer and uh i graduated into the financial crisis of two thousand eight and then subsequently have decided be my mouth um i've had a quite i i graduated from an upward about than upwards of one hundred thousand could along the my mother co sign up for my undergroud both of the food along i have about half of them well i have not been good to have her relief of cofounder because in the back of my mind for all year i always had the fear that what happens if i can't make the payment and my mother still to them another bone rick tried to have them removed from her name by leaping by completing now look now in the half are really via the cold honor belief application i was rejected had probably only um because well not apply wherever a large crowd of bought a house fear as well um so it it was interesting velde that um i was rejected mba specified that uh i could not um um uh this view of e the rejection and prevent a additional credit check from occurring because i definitely apparently time to be forward as possible i accidentally included only my income as opposed to my wife and my boy at the height of bested so was your question about the process of applying again to get your moms name can olsen yes bad and really it back to the first i've had a significant elite and if you will five lender in order for meat because it would have a hormone an additional credit say which for me it's not a nonstarter i would prefer that they allow me to amend the application and they can consider my collective income post my individual income but the policy not do that all right now said well thank you for that background and maria logistics to hearing nelson story what's your advice for him right now about how to manage this oh yeah good luck so so yeah i wanna one one of the things that we run into rate when you look at like the consumer financial yet the the cfpb.
"some years ago" Discussed on You Must Remember This
"The tip paraded informants says spelled s ez gene seeberg is four months pregnant by ray hewitt known as masai and identified as president black panther minister of education informants says she has said she plans to have the baby the note was delivered to the paper's offices and passed to haber with a note from her editor bill thomas who confirmed that the information came from quote a pretty good source on may 19th nineteen seventy haber ran a blind item in her column headlined miss a rates as expectant mother here is the item in full let tests call her miss a because she's the current aid topic of chatter among the ends of international showbiz circles she is beautiful and she is blonde miss a came to hollywood some years ago with a tantalising flavor of a basket of fresh picked berries the critics picked at her acting debut and in time a handsome european picked her for his wife after they married miss a lived in semiretirement from the us movie scene but recently she burst forth as the star of a multimilliondollar musical meanwhile the outgoing miss a was pursuing a number of freespirited causes among them the the lack revolution she lived what she believed which raised a few establishment eyebrows not because her escorts were often blacks but because they were black nationalists and now according to all those really in international sources topic a is the baby miss a is expecting and it's father.
"some years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of a percent the veteran the individual stock picking days part of the charm was getting an early on a new company that you thought you had the insight to see the says more potential in the rest of the market that switching to it's not like the ipo rage of some years ago not releasing you know twenty years ago there were close to seventy five hundred publicly traded stocks today we're down to about thirty six hundred so half of all publicly traded companies in the united states have disappeared the rise of socalled private equity funds or buyout funds has withdrawn a whole lot of traditionally publicly listed companies from the stock market and without a steady supply of ipo's to replace those listings the choices that are available to investors have really shrunk now it's worth remembering that most i pio's do not perform very well so having that opportunity taken away from you might not be that great an opportunity cost but it's also true that i mean lubar is not the best example by media company like airbnb or there's any number of others we could them privately held let him by the socrates yep exactly so those gains as those companies grow and become more profitable aren't being shared yet with the general public now companies like td ameritrade and scott trade and they merged but they will say that somebody still likes to pick their individual stocks is not dead no it's not dead i think what many individual in vestager's are doing is they're putting the bulk of their assets in index fund sore exchangetraded funds and then the error taking a little bit of play money and they're putting at that into a handful of stocks may be apple a net flakes that's not.
"some years ago" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Okay so don't worry the thing is that that somebody's opinion but what happens is that there is a steady that says that one is good for you then there's a steady is is wine is not good for you there's a study that says coconut oil is good for you then there's a study that this coconut oil is not good for you but guess what you know what is i think an absolute tooth tequila is really good for you i guess you must be had some years ago like the miracle drink okay let me finish let me get why they need to explain to you about tequila tequila has like i think it didn't even have calories if you drink blood's got to have some kelly's because it's made out of decently sugar but it's really really healthy and i want them to do a study on tequila to find out like what the risks are because honestly that that is i think the miracle drink all right the last paragraph of this aditorial sums it up the problem with today's unnecessarily scary reports is usually not the same scientists suggesting elevated risks or these two tests are the statisticians crunching the numbers it's how these risks and numbers are reported it's the job of journalists to interpret these findings for general lawyers nonscientists meanwhile would do well to arm themselves with some basic understanding what studies and reports are really saying okay she writes as for me i shall continue drinking wine moderately of course well moderation is everything and i you know that is just like somebody's opinion because in a what i can read to you you know this guy dr mer cola who who writes about all these like healthy things he says that dino the opposite of the coconut oil controversy i mean everybody's got their own opinion so you just have to be in charge of your own health and and know what is you.
"some years ago" Discussed on WCTC
"Of the new jersey clean energy for the environmental defence fun he says the next governor could rejoin a group of northeast states that banded together to reduce greenhouse gases along with the encouraging more investment in offshore wind farms that was that reggie that regional greenhouse gas initiative that though a lot of the northeast state so all sort of had a deal at a packed but governor christie back this out of it that happened some years ago uh she said jersey has incredible opportunities to help combat climate change by relatively adopting policies at the state level to encourage and develop a robust clean economy that will create jobs and lead to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions a lot of this has to do with whatever donald trump says today it really does uh senator bob menendez involved in this is something that's been brave by political debate topic for a number of years now whether it's a global warming and the polar ice caps are melting in in of things that are changing as a result of of may a un activity on our planet is which bringing about this unprecedented change and conversely there's some people that politically say well you know what it just the it's cyclical every plane goes through this we just happened to be in a period where things are shrinking there could be generations down the road where all of a sudden the polar caps come back because a little be a tremendous a to a drive in the other direction greenhouse gases emissions carbon exhaust ozone aerosol cans you blame anything you want but it's a heavily political politicized topic and it's not going to change it really isn't going to change chelsea with donald trump has to say three o'clock an owed three o'clock eastern twelve noon pacific i know they'll be in the rose garden and we're going to see if this is going to be if the united states will remain as part of his paris agreement or not he's got his reasons for backing us out and has to do with the coal industry in an a just kind of creating jobs and an and energy resources energy questions of course and energy concerns here in the united states are the main teo but will know will know this afternoon at three we shall see.