33 Burst results for "Spidey"

"spidey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"spidey" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It's time for Spidey. Them with Jason Hammer. But I know before we get to you, Jason, or this will include you, obviously, because you have thoughts about Bruce Springsteen, which you know is Rob's hero. Yes, And we were just talking about Bruce Springsteen and speed and there is now another update. You're gonna feel real bad about all those texts you and Nigel have been sending over the past 24 hours. You may be disappointed. They just sent me this. With no caption, the head of the New York where the cover of the New York Post today It's a picture Springsteen born to rum, But now you're gonna feel really bad. Listen to this. What? What a miscarriage of justice. I mean, it does seem a little sketch. I'll give you that This is from variety. Horrific. Yes, Right is a story. The Asbury Park Press side of the law enforcement report. As saying The singer's blood alcohol level was 0.0 too far below the legal limit of 0.8 and the New York Post cited a quote source close to Springsteen as saying the 71 year old singer had accepted a single shot of tequila offered by a fan. He had been riding his motorcycle in the Gateway National Recreation Area and stopped to take pictures with the fans. He accepted the shot. Got back on his motorcycle. The police totally overstepping their legal jurisdiction. Saw the shot and arrested him Now Don't you feel bad? Do I look like the kind of guy that feels bad about anything? So take me through the area where he got pulled over. Was this like a Parker Something was he allowed to have alcoholic beverage? It doesn't say the gateway. I was told. Yes, sir. It's a beach area because New Jersey there on the on the shoreline, Gateway National Recreation Rick creation. No area. It's listed as a federal park. But what a giant load of crap so if you're not allowed to have alcoholic beverages in the park, why is Bruce Springsteen any different? So you're telling me it's okay for Bruce Springsteen to do tequila shots and play grab ass but mock or myself or Jacob? If we go out there, where the ones that have to pay attention to the law, you're no worse than the swamp monsters. I see in Washington. Rob's.

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Better Decision-Making with Andy Stanley

The EntreLeadership Podcast

07:13 min | 10 months ago

Better Decision-Making with Andy Stanley

"This is another question that so important for leaders because leaders have a leadership intuition. You know some people say you can develop it. Anybody can become a leader. I'm not so sure i. In experience there are people who just have a natural internal leadership intuition and so this is an important question for leaders is their attention. That deserves my attention. Here's what i mean by that. We're in the middle of making a decision. Everything looks good on paper. Everybody's all four it. Everybody's bought in. This is what everybody in our industry is doing. This is what all my friends are doing. You know whatever it might be but there's just something on the inside this like a red flag. It's something that causes us to pause and we don't know what it is and it doesn't make any sense and here's the hard thing and there's no information to you know make this make any sense. There's just an internal tension so one of the most important questions we can ask win. We're making a big decision especially a decision that involves other people is their attention. Is there something inside of me just like you know what i know what you're saying. I know what it looks like. I know that this industry standard. I know but there's just something inside of me. That's causing me to pause. And so in the book i talk. Say look don't brush by that. Don't rush by that and don't ignore it. let it get as big as it can. Possibly get is their attention. That deserves my attention. I'm curious about the tension because we we hear from leaders all the time who are making decisions and they feel that flag that spidey sense and it's it's often this challenge of deciphering whether that's fear or wisdom when there's attention it could be either of those things when you say let it get big and slow down and pay attention to that. I imagine we're we're trying to spend some time there to figure out. Is this fear is it was 'cause you may end up going with it after you've slept on it or prayed over it right baddie how do you know how do you pull that apart. Well generally what i tell people is when you're feeling pressured from the outside to russia decision. Then you just need a hipaa mom because generally speaking most decisions. We're feeling pressured to make there's not as much of a rushes is other people. Want us to feel so if you don't have to make this decision just wait just as long as if you're not a hundred percent on the inside because here's the thing about leadership you know if you're the point person in an organization and everybody in the organization for the decision but you're the point person you're the one that not only has to make your the one that has to market it and defended and if it goes bad it's your reputation. Not there's i mean they can all go work for somebody else. It's your name on the line. So if i'm not willing to stand up and one hundred percent sell something are move the organization in a direction or represent the organization in a direction. If there's an internal tension. I've got a wrestle that to the ground maybe not everybody else in the organization. But i have to in. You're exactly right daniel. Sometimes it is fear. Sometimes it's something else so the point of the question is to be honest. Is there a tension that deserves my attention in the book. I give several stations but for those of us in leadership this is not in a book. This may be relevant when we built our first building our first church building. We had the meeting with the architects and the designers and the contractor. Where everybody you know. There's there's this plans these giant. You know they don't call blueprints anymore. But all these cad drawings and we had to go through an initial the corner of every single page on those those big thick plans. Because we're saying to the architect into the contractor we have. We're signing off on this plan. This is what we want to build right so this is common practice so we had. We sat there and went through the whole thing. We all initial everything. We're finished we're about to build our first building and there was a guy on our leadership team actually One of our elders. He was not on staff just a just a business guy. Who's part of our team. And i talk about in the book that sometimes the tension is the hesitation is so small that we're not even aware of it until somebody else ask a question. Suddenly flares up big. And that's what happened in this case so we're about to end the meeting and we had a phase one phase two and we just signed off on phase one at the end of the meeting. We know we've put our initials on everything reggie campbell. Who has since gone to be with the lord. Reggie said before we leave. Andy can i ask you question. I'm sure he said. I want you to imagine that we've just had our first worship service in our brand new building. This was our first building any money and this first building. He said we've just finished our first service in this building when you're leaving the building and walking out to your car. What do you think you're gonna feel. Now what an irrelevant question. Based on the meeting that we just had. And here's the first thing that came to my mind. I said i think i'm going to wish. We built the second phase. How and we brought out the second phase after about forty five minutes of discussion and we all initial those plans as well and we built both all of that. This was a huge decision and it was the right decision. But i was to your point and there was a little bit of fear we talked about doing both. But you know it's a lot of money and are we sure we're brand new church but somebody asking that question sort of fueled that sense of. I wonder if we should just bite off more than we're biting off right now and it was the right decision but it took somebody to bring it up again. It just it just kind of feel that so in leadership is so important to listen. We talk about that all the time. Leaders who refused to listen will eventually be surrounded by people who have nothing helpful. Say so this is a multifaceted thing but the bottom line is is their attention. That deserves my attention. Is it attention. I've been living with or is it attention that someone else's question raised in me but the worst thing we can do is just ignore that tension moving on the fourth question is a question. My dad asked ten thousand times growing up. It's actually a question. I have written an entire book about. And the question is what is the wise thing to do And i call this the maturity question because it takes a lot of maturity to live our lives within the guardrails of wisdom. What's the wise thing to do rather than within the guard rails of. What's the legal thing to do. It's the ethical thing to what's the right thing to do. What's the moral thing to do. And our tendency of course to live right on the line of immoral unethical unhealthy. We all have tendency to do that. But mature people don't do that. They they asked the question. What is the wise thing to do. And i tease this out in three dimensions and a lot of my past experience. What is the wise thing to do. And light of my current circumstances my current state of mind. What is the wise thing to do. And this is the big one and light of my future hopes. Dreams what is the wise thing to do. And as a pastor perhaps nothing breaks my heart more than watching people undermine their own future

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Interview With Jenny Ma About The  Center for Reproductive Rights

Worst Year Ever

12:49 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Jenny Ma About The Center for Reproductive Rights

"All right well. Today we are joined by Jenny. Ma who was a senior staff attorney with the Center for Reproductive Rights? Hi Jenny how are you doing okay? Are you for hanging in there? Thanks so much? We're really grateful to you for taking the time to speak with us. We know you're very very busy but we're very excited to hear what you are working on over there. I'm sure most of our listeners are familiar with your organization. But can you start by telling us a little bit about the center and what it does sure The Center for Reproductive Rights is a global organization so we work on domestic as well as global matters and we use the power of the law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world and my role as litigator is to lift in state and federal courts to ensure that unconstitutional laws. Do not go into back across the United States. That's really concise answer. It seems like you've done that before. A mission with everything going on right now. We're seeing that. It's really easy to lose track of all the different ways that you know. Governments are using corona virus as a cover to chip away at rights for example. We've seen a lot of states trying to shut down or shutting down abortion clinics saying that it's an interest of public safety. Bite that being very counterintuitive and. I know that that is something that you're currently really meshed in and we would love to. Have you walk us through? What's happening you know from before the virus have until now and all the stuff that we should be aware of. Yeah absolutely Hopefully some of your listeners have heard what's been going around Across the United States with regards to abortion. And what's been going on with? Nineteen but If I can backtrack just a little bit. The center did have this Case argued before the Supreme Court. It was called. You'd Medical Services Verses Reso- way back when which seems like a lifetime ago back in March for five years ago in March one hundred years ago a century ago. And you know coming off of that. It's really really thought that we were going to enter. In to a time where we would just watch the state legislatures in see if they would pass bans or other restrictions. That's what we do in a normal year every year state legislatures need. Sometimes they'll be proactive bills to protect reproductive rights but oftentimes as you guys have homeless in the media. There's bands being on promulgated twenty week bands sixty bands fifty week bands like the and most recently last year you saw Alabama which I like basically a total ban on. Yes so that's what we track normally and it gets to a point where those Bills Become Law. We go ahead and bring our lawsuits in court so our state team very much tracks. Those laws are litigation team goes to court and try walk those laws and that's kind of the the bread and butter of what I do. Now when Corona virus and cove in nineteen crisis began As many of your listeners are out there We began to work from home and we started to see basically that first week Several states pass Either through their governor's executive orders or through the Health Department. These notices and basically there were very differently worded. You know across the different states. But it said something like no. You're non-essential your elective or minor. Procedures would have to be postponed now. I want to emphasize that makes total sense right. Like if you have your nose job scheduled you should probably hold off right. Nope oh talks right now. Plays right exactly the hold off on that. But then we saw You know none of these orders had the word abortion in it you know. We saw some. That had actually proactive measures. that resulted from. Illinois. New Jersey Massachusetts. California Michigan The stage for a lawn saying but definitely not for pregnancy related care definitely not Okay including abortion so we saw stomach ulcers now of course you know your Spidey Sense. Kinda tingles when words like this right and And this is not us being paranoid Clearly time has shown. That's exactly what certain states did. But we started tracking Kind of the actions of different governmental actors in certain states. That are the what? I'd like to call market leaders in Abortion Resign Cambridge. So it's the typical group of folks in these states and we saw the first one out we were tracking star roles states in the south and the Midwest and we saw Ohio's governor on at Saturday after their executive order issued publicly. Go out there and say well. Of course. Abortion is nonessential or non time-sensitive. Nastase stop. Because you know you can stop a pregnancy. Yeah that's not time sensitive. We only have Bans for time sensitive bands. But it's not time sensitive isn't time sensitive F. Yeah exactly it's like you can put pregnancy on a shelf right so no that's not without delay due date just hit the bus so obviously alarmed a lot of lawyers so we got together with a lot of our litigating friends out. There are so we work a lot with planned parenthood. Aclu and the learning projects along with my organization the Center for Reproductive Rights. We decided okay. We're going to start tracking what's going on here since. Ohio clearly put us on high alert. There were certain states that we were pretty sure Would Act similarly all suits so he can imagine Texas was high up there and guess what went on there but So that's kind of what we started to see 'em then we started seeing more and more public displays by Attorney General's by governors by different health department officials saying. Yeah you know what abortion is going to be banned for this time period and we're going to say that it's nonessential we're GONNA say it's not time sensitive and you're GonNa have to halt During this time now I want to just say that you know. There's some intuitive appeal to this. I want to make it clear to you all on your listeners right yeah. Pregnancy is not static. I think that's basic principle and these states. You can save all sorts of the equipment that you need during this pandemic you know and you should just put it on hold because it's not essential and I wanted to make clear two things one. The states that are saying this are the same vendors have tried right. I wanted to be clear that it's it's not like Mary. Transparent right it's it's what's been clear and they are putting press releases out there saying they're gonNA shut down clinics and they're making their role as explicit as possible like the purpose is so clear when they're out they're just putting it out there in the public. It's it's pretty wild and then I just want to also emphasize the science right. Forget the lawyers like my job is to make arguments for our clients but science has weighed in here and immediately and I wonder what I rightly know. The American Medical Association truthfully had not weighed in on abortion for the longest time out there that this is not a time for politicians to be deciding what is time essential on what is not like those are for the doctors and provide professionals to decide rain events basic concept and the American college obstetricians gynecologists which is the leading medical group for Obgyn's explicitly said and then they came out almost immediately when they started seeing this initial trend in Ohio and Texas. And they said Look. This is not abortionist. Absolutely time-sensitive care. It is necessary if you are pregnant. Go either get. Ob Care if it's a wanted pregnancy and absolutely get your abortion if it's an unwanted pregnancy abortion is do you remember the date that that happened. When when people I started to notice this was happening it was a little bit over a month ago and I think if you kind of Google are friendly there we could not but it's around. I would say we started March march sixteenth. That gap of sixteen than really kind of picking up That week and so it's been a little bit over a month and of course I've mentioned two states Texas and Ohio but Not just them right now. We have eight states that have been explicit. And I just want to emphasize here before we if you WANNA go into detail about those states like those are the ones that are lawsuits on alright. I Call Leagues and the Litigating Groups. I mentioned were also monitor training and preparing legal. I in several states that have had these stop goes like there. Were these public. Statements knows a withdrawal and and so they're way more than eight states kind of odd about using this opportunity and down to ban abortion care. These eighths eighths Like I said are the worst offenders before we move forward. I just wanted to clarify when we talk about these states Announcing these these bands you know stops are. They're saying that it's temporary. Are they putting out? Are they saying that? I'm assuming they are for now but as the same are stay at home orders. Just keep getting extended. I'm wondering if they're saying it's just for a few weeks. Or what have you and you can wait a few weeks. Is that kind of what we're seeing so in some states. Yes right. So they're not cut copy and paste stage so in certain states. There are okay. It's going to last till the end of the month in certain states. They'll be like oh if but it'll get extended if necessary some states actually. Don't have anything. Some states actually stay until further notice which is actually even more offensive because it's so early and right But I just WanNa be clear that Abortion terrorists incredibly safe but it is more safe if you get it all right. There's no reason to delay healthcare in any capacity and for a state legislator and state officials to be saying you know what even though this is considered essential health care by the AMA and all believing health and public health officials. That are out there. Yeah you still want you to stop. We still want to wait a month or wait even longer than that because no one knows how long this is going to go right and so on the surface. This is infuriating. But it's even more so when you start to think about who specifically this is affecting The majority of people that require abortions. I don't have the statistics but I know I know that they're you know. Maybe the people that are single mothers or you already have children and they are low income and now they are without work or their now in charge of the daycare for their existing children or God. Even there's people that are sheltering in place in environments with. They aren't safe to communicate with their partner. Maybe they're sheltering with their abuser and they don't have anybody that can reach out and talk to about this stuff and and this guy's of saying that this is for public health and public. Safety is so backwards because the opposite happens yes. People might take matters into their own hands or they're going to try to go out of state to find treatment and a lot of these people are in states in states that are surrounded by other states that also have abortion bans. Or what have you? Yes so this is absolutely true. You've hit upon so many burdens that we see from our clients patients all the time in normal

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Chicago Weather: Spring Snow Showers

Roe Conn

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago Weather: Spring Snow Showers

"Center tonight a few Spidey evening snow or rain showers clouding over later tonight with a period of snow early in the morning a half inch to as much as an inch and a half possible of twenty nine tomorrow snow ends early becoming partly sunny unseasonably cold temperatures continue with a high of forty two Thursday partly cloudy chilly a high of forty

"spidey" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod

Radioactive Spider-Pod

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"spidey" Discussed on Radioactive Spider-Pod

"Betty brant then comes out looking for Peter and she finds his car and she searches the area and finds a random policeman who scares the living shit and it is classic. Sixty style police profiling. Just let's go doesn't help her doesn't do anything. Just let's go so she's able to stumble into doctor. Octopus layer and is quickly captured as well. I say her voice acting is probably the most emotive in this episode The whole thing very subdued feel to it most of the time and when she's talking she actually kind of put some emphasis in things that I like it. Her scream is pretty good here. L. Though I died laughing what I saw the animation for it and I'll be posting screen shots from this episode as well as this little review. So you can check that out if you didn't watch the episode yourself but cream like they emphasize faces so much in this episode in the series in general. I it goes pretty extreme. It's got that old time charm to it which I really liked. It will go over the top in order to convey an emotion and that leads to fantastic screen shots. So I'm excited for that. But the COPS. Response is also super quick and it's so comparatively bizarre ways says and then just goes that doing out here. It's just she should be here. She's a lady get. What are you doing out there? Like it's in the middle of nowhere this fucking Manhattan Mountain or whatever it is so they also reused animation from earlier here as well to kill some time and it's pretty egregious doctor. Octopus says that any should be entering now and when he does Spiderman is back in the net and not in the cage and then with the shots just before and just after he is obviously in a cage. It was just they straight up to use the animation Which is fucking lazy as hell and they didn't really need to do that. So it's Kinda bummed out. Betty gets snagged by doctor. Octopus just grabs her with his tentacles and her reaction is not to be really all that alarmed like. She doesn't scream like she did with. The Police. Officers are then. She just kind of curious for spider-man's there that's all that she says attitude which is ridiculous and the animation on Spiderman response to this is fantastic first of all. He's super sheepish. What I keep asking myself like. He gets the huge like brutal new look to him and then the way his mask stretches his mouth opens people's bounds or opening this show. When you pause it it's just ridiculous like it was his main two time where. I don't think you could pretty much unless you owned thousands of dollars worth of women. You had no ability to record anything so nobody would ever be taking a look at individuals stills of animation like we are but that just makes it all the more fun so dark forces. His captors do bear witness to scheme which is using electrical impulses to make utilities explode. Or whatever it doesn't really matter. Mo makes the atom Bob Firecracker Spider webs controls to free himself. Doc uses his layer gadgets to attack first trying to crush like some kind of spider or something and then loving laser blasts sad him which I guess are from his death laser and then his deadliest weapon a normal ventilation fan. That nearly kills him. Which means that. You can put like two more ticks in this quality. Quip call him spiderman just throws out of the Burns Year Nypd Fan of leash just like you. No one can interfere with my and looks like I got you with your plans down and then after Mrs Spiderman with his all powerful arms Spiderman Thompson back and I cannot for the life of me understand. What the fuck. He's saying. It sounds like what our arms or water arms are either. One is really a great insult and I don't think there's actually insults from the time or anything. It's antiquated expression. I googled it just to be sure and all I got were weird Irish youtube videos and debates about Avatar the last heir bender. So I guess. Now it's just it's just crappy writing here the way. He uses his spider sense in. This scene is kind of like how they do it in the comics and something that I think they did a little bit better than ninety series although not perfectly which is he would get the spider sense action and then he would probably say something. And then reacts and there's always been this sort of lag that's inherent the idea of a spider sense and it's something that I think is always struggled to switch from the comic medium to a live action or a An animated medium. I think the best way it's done. It's usually in the movies actually because they generally have better access to slow motion. I mean you could probably do that animation but it would look a little bit odd and like. That's how I always pictured is like he feels the sense time kind of slows down for a second and he's able to react. That's how they do it in know that remy ones in a lot of the new ones as well. And it's probably the most effective way to convey what it's supposed to convey in the comics as a static panel and so it's fine heaven. Think like Oh spider sense. Danger all that stuff but when you do in lifetime where he stops holds his head talks aloud about the danger. That's coming and the fact that is broader sense is going off. Something's going on and he negates any help that you're getting from uh spiders generally speaking so.

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Iowa, Why Are You First?

On One with Angela Rye

05:31 min | 1 year ago

Iowa, Why Are You First?

"Start with Iowa caucuses so the New York Times Times is reporting that more than one hundred precincts reporting results that were internally inconsistent that were missing data or that were not possible muscle under the complex rules of the Iowa caucuses more on complex in a little bit. Before example vote tallies weren't adding up precincts allotted the wrong number of delegates to candidates and in some other instances the Iowa Democratic parties reported results are not in alignment or don't don't sync up with reported precinct results. While this does not mean that the election was rigged sound like Bernie Sanders moment or that. There was any need deliberate effort at all to compromise the caucus results it is nonetheless troubling and it merely begs the question. Why the Hell Iowa anyway? My first question is for the Iowa Democratic Party. Why in the hell would you roll out a new APP that nobody is practiced on pretty much? It's none of your precinct. Captains download it for the first contest in the Democratic primary that is not surprisingly susceptible to hacking it's acceptable to hack into. There's no proof of that. There's no evidence that it was hacked given our experiences in both the twenty sixteen and the two thousand eighteen election's in this country entry. You can't help to pay attention to your spidey senses tangle in just a little bit number two Iowa Democratic Party after you saw. The APP was not working on Monday. Why don't you just do an immediate hand? Count as my friend Michael. Harriet said on twitter. If you just would a solicited any local Deacon Board they would've had counted down to the penny me in minutes third. Why did you stop answering the phone? People were on hold for hours trying to just report in the results. The last question I have and I I think frankly is the most pressing question I hear you I. That's what we really want to know. You're more than ninety percent white at least almost ninety percent light. You don't represent the base. You don't represent the party in you. Don't have enough people living in the state anyway. I so because you see questions one and three three Donovan matter. If you aren't I so let's go back to win former presidential candidate. Who Leon Castro? I raised this very important questions wasted. We can't say two black women. Oh thank you thank you. You're the ones that are powering. Our victories in places like Alabama and in two thousand eighteen and and then turn around and start our nominating contests in the two states. That have barely any black people. In 'em I mean that doesn't make sense. We can't as a democratic party Freddie continually and justifiably complained about Republicans who suppressed the votes of people of Color and then turn around and start our nominating contests in in two states that even though they take the role seriously hardly have any people of color. That's just the truth and it is just the truth and I think that it's time for the party to reckon with the truth. You cannot continue to to go into black churches into black community organizations and to black organizing entities into labor unions. And say that you devalues our votes one person vote but you don't see any people of color until you get to South Carolina that ordering doesn't make sense in it's time for folks to really really have to wrestle with this end Democratic Party leadership. Here's the thing. The caucus process itself is not even real democracy. It's not one person one vote. They're either I know I serve a god of second chances. So maybe I'll just design your primary that way but it's confusing and it sets the stage all wrong while the party is in in the middle of finding itself it's new identity determining who its base really is even though a lot of us already know who the base really is. It's imperative for us to ask why why and to answer it because it's always been that way is not a good enough answer and it never has been but it's the answer that stuff this why is a you must answer because of the ordering because of the amount of money it takes to run a campaign. We lost the majority of the candidates of color in this race. If you count of Patrick it's it's half we don't have Kamala Harris. We don't have cory booker. We don't have Hulu on Castro anymore. We lost three people who were speaking directly to issues of concern to the voters of color on the debate stage. So the big tent right now. It looks like a big rich white tint especially when you look at who qualifies for the debate eight stage that said Kudos to mayor P. and to Bernie Sanders for ending the caucus debacle in a dead heat at Twenty six point two and twenty six point point one respectively at least as of the latest count. Not by the Deacon Board and Mayor Pete as we know declared victory on Monday night there were some people who were bothered that he did that but it was his game to play. He clearly knew despite a winner still not being declared. It was a historic night for mayor. Pete Mayor Pete. It became the first openly gay candidate in American history to earn presidential primary delegates towards a major. Party's nominating process on Monday night. He called his has been chased in the future. First Gentleman of the United States the two later hugged onstage and on Tuesday mayor Pete said validates for a kid somewhere in a community wondering wondering if he belongs or she belongs or they belong in their own family. That if you believe in yourself in your country there's a lot backing up that

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How a Simple 'Thank You' Can Make You a Better Leader

The $100 MBA Show

09:20 min | 1 year ago

How a Simple 'Thank You' Can Make You a Better Leader

"Talk to you a little bit about why the thank you is kind of a lost art form. And why every job including management or leadership job is a sales sales job. Then I'm GonNa take you through a five step formula on how to use this magic. Thank you to get ahead. You need. Get folks to do what you need them to do. And then why why. It actually is super important to continue to do this no matter your role no matter your team. So let's get right to it. The first thing is with regard to the thank you. It's funny we're taught this lesson when we're children right. It's something that we're talking in kindergarten safely's and thank you but as we become adults this becomes comes off bit of a lost art form. We say it but it's sort of a throwaway. We say thanks so much or at the end of the email we say. Thank you so much. Appreciate your help but then it goes. It was away but we don't really think of the thank you or the art of gratitude as a leadership skill set so everybody in your organization comes in contact contact with customers and doesn't matter what they are. What their role is? It's the fact that it's an internal customer or an external customer well whether it's internal or external those people like to be appreciated. They like to be thanked too. So therefore every conversation or interaction is actually a sales conversation. Everybody's selling every day. You just don't call it that any interaction. You've got with a colleague or direct report that's a sales conversation. You're selling them on your personal brand on who you are and what you bring to. The table and leadership does the selling at the highest level. You're doing this often to entities that are critical organization's success. You're selling the idea. Yeah of WHO This company is. You're selling the idea of who your team is. And what they bring to the table too so when you think about your role you've got to be kind kind of selling all day. But the internal communication is were gratitude can actually give you the most bang for your buck because grateful people actually want to do more people who are happy in their jobs. People who feel empowered are the ones that actually want to continue to do that because they're getting positive reinforcement from it. So that's what I mean when I say every job as a sales job including leadership because this is one of those opportunities that you're faced with every single day to be able to empower your team even more so I promised you a five set formula so i WanNa talk about the plan I now planning is the most important part of leadership leadership right but so often leader struggle with this because you actually to sit down and think about it. So let's just use the thank you part for a moment if if we're talking about showing gratitude to our teams. How are you showing gratitude today? What's something that you can share with your team to show them that you appreciate what they've brought to the table so you can explain to them how much what they did on that project or that particular client folder? Whatever it was that they brought to you you really appreciate and you've really appreciate the fact that they put that extra effort into it but you gotTa have a plan to do this otherwise? This is the piece that falls by the wayside. I can't tell you how how many managers I've worked with year after year. Who really struggle with showing the appreciation and when we'd done assessments with teams? We've talked to the employees themselves. That's the thing it falls by the wayside they feel under appreciated and it's to teeny tiny simple words that we got to throw out there but without a plan not can happen so the second thing is once you got that plan you can look for. Those opportunities. Leaders have a multitude of opportunities to kind of sell the. Thank you every day but again without that plan you're not really looking for your spidey senses aren't up and you're not looking for opportunities to kind of say. Hey I really appreciate what you brought to the table but you do have to keep your eyes repealed. This means getting off of your phone while you're walking in the hallway. This means actually reading into the emails and the messages that people are sending you pause breathe and think about what that person did that has really helped the organization to move forward and then show them that gratitude. And then you've got to establish trust you've really gotTa show the folks around you that you hear them and you see them. And this is one of the most heartbreaking parts in business right is when people feel like they're not being seen or they're not being heard and it simply because we move at the speed of business. It doesn't slow down and in fact if anything. It's speeding up now with technology. So we've got to show them damn that they can trust us that we have their back that we do appreciate them and that we want them to be part of this organization going forward without the trust of their team leaders. You you can't be effective but they need to know that you hear them in order for you to be able to have that trust goes both ways and then finally got to ask for what you want asking is a big piece of this to leaders have verbal as what they want and they have to be able to empower their teams to do so and then in that ask is also. We're also showing them. How grateful you are that? They are able to do the task. You're asking their up to the task that you're grateful that the report of this team empower them with gratitude. It's such a simple thing but it is so often left behind with that gratitude. That's really the final step. And this is where most really senior leaders fall down because we think we're showing our gratitude with a paycheck. We think we're showing our gratitude because we put thank you in an email because we did an office party. It's not Nov guys. You've got to show them whether it's victory or defeat you've got to be constant in your gratitude whether the company did great whether the company did not do great great. Everybody should show the gratitude of getting us to where we were today and learning from that and then showing gratitude is reinforcing the that trust is showing them and regardless you appreciate the fact that they put forth the effort and recognizing those problem areas as well as the achievements. The problem areas are the ones that we're learning from so make sure our team knows how much you appreciate them even making that extra effort and then it also shows that the activities that you're reinforcing with these guys and you're showing them him. How much appreciate it? It actually empowers them to want to do it more. It's sort of like if you've ever seen a little kid and you giggle it. Something that they do they do at ten thousand times more will. The reason is because we're hard wired that way as human beings we want those applause we want those accolades and as a leader the accolades thank you so another thing that I mentioned in the very beginning which was the thank you goodbye kind of thing and I think thank you should never mean goodbye. It's not a C- later kind of greeting or or salutation. It's not the end. It should be the first step in continuing that relationship and deepening that relationship and nothing comes after thank you. Nobody fills fulfilled. Nobody wants to continue to do this. Sort of that throwaway piece. It's like throwing the you know love you bye before you hang up the phone. It's just not enough enough and it's not really heartfelt either the thank you should be that ongoing piece of letting them know that I see you. I appreciate you. I love what you're doing thing and I really want to show you. How grateful I am that? You're a part of this and it's really that shift of your own mindset. That happens to be able to to throw this out there guys. I can't tell you enough. How important this particular lesson is for any leader in any organization whether you're leading sales organization whether you're an engineer whether the back office whether your client facing or not this gratitude piece is part of the brand that you build because if you're building this piece of gratitude it will permeate through through the company it will permeate through your team and then it will eventually get to the customer and people who feel appreciated want to come back? They want to show show you their loyalty because they feel that they can trust you. And you're being loyal to

How to Make an Intelligent Car Purchase in 2020

The Money Guy Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

How to Make an Intelligent Car Purchase in 2020

"We always announce the typical car. Purchase is thirty. Nine thousand one zero five okay. That's what we've used a stat. That might be an updated stab at somewhere in that absorb park with. Daniel showed me that the actual new car price is thirty. Three thousand three hundred and twelve dollars. The difference is the negative equity meaning. There are so many people who are buying new cars that are under water. That thing negative equity is getting rolled into their new per so the dealership. Don't don't worry about make cnet even know where about making that whole. Just go ahead and roll that on in so you can buy this thirty three thousand dollar car for thirty nine thousand dollars so it's even worse because the interest rate on the negative would've equity loans is over seven percent which is unbelievable. That's incredible if you think about the opportunity cost of your army of dollar bills that hurt you. And the average linked linked of loan is over now six years. So if you bring all this together it made me. Also we need to do a public service announcement on how not Descru- store purchase purchase so we went and pulled the archives for the money show. We saw we have not done a show on purchasing vehicles in the last two years. We're like okay. What's going on in the world but this is something that we can help? People make better financial decisions on car purchases in twenty twenty. We've actually put it in steps. We're going to walk through some steps and how you should approach the car buying process some things to think about but before we do that we have to lay out what we consider kind of some ground rules to get your mind right. So take a deep breath in Dan and then these are the things we think. If you're going to actually even approach the subject of purchasing a car. How do you idiot proof and give yourself some ground rules rules on to approach this in a well rounded way? I love and I think Brian the very first one that you started with. And and I I've heard you counsel so many folks as they approach this when it comes to purchasing an automobile. Don't make an emotional decision right and look the car manufacturers the car dealers they know. This is an emotional purchase. That's why if you look at the ads. We're in the holidays right now. They do the crazy thing. You'll see you'll see a husband or wife give if some essay one surprise you and then it's usually the husband because for some reason I always put the husband. I've got a surprise for you. And then they go out and they have an SUV and a pickup truck in the driveway. With Golfo what idiot buys a vehicle without talking to their spouse. But somehow we're supposed to celebrate this and things that this is where things are so it's emotional and then I remember I can't remember. Volkswagen started with a little car on the guy's head because it was like a car. It's on it's on his brain but then it keeps keeps getting bigger bigger bigger bigger into. Because you just can't control yourself so the first thing you have to do is make sure your practical side is going to win out in this war war over your emotional side so promise yourself that you also you need to know and we're going to repeat this several times in the show he neither tell yourself we will not not be buying this car in person. We're GONNA be talking about phone calls. We're GONNA be talking about email. You gotTa keep the Home Court advantage us all those resources you also need to. I understand that purchase price trade in values. All those things are much more powerful than the monthly payment trap Bo. Tell them what they do. You Walk on dealership. What's the first question that a sales person always ask you okay? Well what are your monthly payment to be before you start talking about. What kind of car priced car? Why what what's it's your budget? How much you planning on spending a month? Well here's the dirty little secret you don't know just about any car they can put you. They can fit inside that monthly payment box. If you're starting the conversation conversation there you're starting in the wrong place and that leads to the last thing which is look opponent. Purchase transactions go have multiple components opponents. And you need to be standing on guard. You need to tune up your spidey senses on all components of the transaction. We're talking about the purchase. We're talking about the trade in the the finance and even the extended warranty or throw in that last meeting unique to be on guard through the entire process. That's the only way you're GonNa make sure that you don't walk into a deal that you'll financially struggling with for years it will be the tell that follows you around and I. I don't pay too broad of a brush here but unfortunately in in most circumstances when you go on a car dealership and when you meet with that car salesman the odds are that they are not trying necessarily to put you as their our number one priority. There ain't nobody at a car. Dealership is a fiduciary there's no legal obligation to ensure that you get the best deal so let's let's jump into to this because there's obviously some steps we can take this the priests ups that setting the table. Now let's actually move into step one. which is you got to know your budget? Yeah and I I love it Brian. What you said is know your budget not know your monthly payment amount? That's not what you need to know you need to know. How much can you budget to purchase car car purchases? It's amazing they even call these things assets because they depreciate so quickly that you need to get your mind right understand that it is all about how much much use you're going to get out of that. So that's why I tell you know your budget but also how do you view your relationship with your

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Sony and Disney kiss and make up over 'Spider-Man'

/Film Daily

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Sony and Disney kiss and make up over 'Spider-Man'

"Was revealed this morning that Spiderman will stay in the marvel cinematic universe. What do we know Brad. That's right. Spiderman is back in the marvel cinematic universe at least for the foreseeable future in a surprise announcement today today from both Sony pictures and Walt Disney Studios the two announced that they have struck a new deal Kevin Feige to produce a third film in Spiderman Franchise that will be released on July sixteenth twenty twenty. One with Tom Holland back as Spiderman and on top of that the deal also includes an appearance France by spider man in a future marvel studios film though it has not been named specifically which movie that might be in the press release. Kevin Feige said quote I'm thrilled at spiders journey in the NCAA will continue and I and all of us models are very excited that we get to keep working on it. Spiderman powerful I kind of hero whose story crosses all ages audiences inches around the globe he also happens to be the only hero with a superpower to cross cinematic universes so as Sony continues to develop their own spidey verse. You never know what surprises the future might hold will so that sounds like an interesting hint as to what the future might hold for Spiderman perhaps existing both in the Marlton a medic universe and Dan maybe a separate Spiderman Universe that Sony pictures controls and that makes sense considering Kevin Feige previously hinted that it was likely a crossover with Tom. Holland Spiderman and Tom Hardy's venom would eventually

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Should You Avoid Gluten If You Don't Have Celiac Disease?

Food Psych

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Should You Avoid Gluten If You Don't Have Celiac Disease?

"Answer this week's listener question which is from a listener named Rebecca who writes this podcast is really interesting. I was wondering what your thoughts are on. Gluten free for Non Sealy ax my daughter and I have both been told by a natural path that we are gluten or wheat intolerant after hearing you talk about elimination diets potentially leading to disordered eating. I'm now frightened that I've made the wrong decision to try this. My daughter's only seven if I don't have to restrict her diet. I really don't want to so thanks were back for that great question and I answered just my usual disclaimer that these answers and this podcast in general are for informational and educational purposes only and are not a substitute for individual medical or mental health advice so yeah this is such a great question and I completely understand why it would come up when you're thinking about the issues around elimination diets so I want to offer you first and foremost is just compassion and recommend self compassion as well because you are doing the best you could. You're trying to take care of yourself and your daughter and I know that it's scary to you think you might have made the wrong decision to try this and that you don't WanNa mess up your daughter's relationship with food and I totally get that and just want to give you compassionate and say to have compassion compassion for yourself for trying something that you thought would be helpful and all that said I'm really glad you asked this question and that you have the sort of spidey sense going off in the back of your mind saying that maybe it isn't helpful to put her on elimination diet or to be on an elimination diet yourself right because there's really no good evidence for are cutting out. We are gluten unless you have Celia disease which is a diagnosis standard medical diagnosis that you can get diagnosed by by traditional in all medical doctors

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Apple redesigns keyboard in new MacBook Pro

Latest In Tech News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Apple redesigns keyboard in new MacBook Pro

"Roughly soon enough. So I guess let's see any more information. Now. I don't don't play video. Yeah. So it looks like the article goes on a little bit more. So we'll see how turns out wait till fall to see about more information on that. All right. Moving on. Researchers are saying that a spotty sense could help self driving vehicles avoid hazards. And if you heard my rant last week about self driving cars, I'm actually finding this quite interesting. Researchers want to give cars planes and drones Spidey senses. That is they want to give a Thomas Sheen's sensors that mimic nature in a paper published in a C, S Nanno, a team of researchers from Purdue. And Singapore, and Zurich propose, an integrated spider, inspired sensors into the exterior of Thomas, the Sheen's doing, so they say will allow vehicles vehicle, selectively processed data faster than currently possible. As researchers explained one reason, nature is able to process data so quickly as that things like spiders, bats, and birds, don't have to process all the data. Just the information necessary to survival, for example, when prey lands on the spider's web hairs on spider's legs, vibrate at a specific frequency and stimulate the kennel sensors, but when dust lands on the web mechanical sensors don't respond to the frequency of that by brazen soda researchers are working to develop

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"spidey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To some of our brilliant callers. John Naples, Florida on the Mark Levin app. Go doctor Levin. It's an honor to speak to you, sir. Thank. My plea unfreedom of the press. Books arrived today. You know, when liberty and tyranny came out, I bought twenty five of them, Tony. Yeah, I gave them out to a lot of people, and so same with books, and of course, I let Spidey that was a great book. But this one is I can't wait to sit down and start reading it what you do for our country. Sir cannot be overestimated, and I just want you to know how how much we appreciate every minute of what you do. I watch the podcast. I listen to you, Fox News. So I, I mean it's just like can't get enough of your knowledge digest trying to Zorba as much as I can. So I just wanna say thank you, and there's millions of people like me, just like me, who worked their whole life, and, and one that just be able to enjoy what we have in this country, go down the tubes. And what they're doing this president is just an unmitigated disaster. I don't I just want to ask you what, would you think it's going to happen with these tax returns that they want to think he can for stole that? Or what? I, I wanna thank you for your kind words. Well, unfortunately, our constitution has been turned inside out, and I often say that, in many respects will have any post constitutional period. And the courts, unfortunately, will decide this even though the court should have no business in this. And that will be the decision that's made. But I hope the courts understand. That if a committee of the house subcommittee. The house has the power to subpoena the tax records of the president of the United States. Then the power to subpoena the tax records of supreme court justices. They don't like the pellet justices. They don't like of district court judges. They don't like of individuals citizens. They don't like this will be a power. That was never intended to be reserved. Or granted to the congress. Same with the president's financial records, this Obama judge in Washington. DC strikes me as very partisan and not particularly intelligent because the way he ruled it was so brought access to the president's accounting and financial records, that is private accounting. Firm must turn over gives congress power that the framers never never intended, these, they're, they're seeking this information, basically, when Trump was for the most party private citizen, and let's keep that in mind, they have no information of any collusion of any kind. So this is a seeking destroy mission by the democrat party on behalf of the DNC. See on behalf of the democrat candidate civil see how this turns out, but the fact that the president United States has to do this has to deal with this is a big big problem. But even more the fact that the media carry the water for this is what I want to focus on a great way because they are supposed to check government abuse, and they seem to think whenever Republicans elected president. It's their job to take.

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Spider-Man Will Star In The New United Airlines Inflight Safety Video

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Spider-Man Will Star In The New United Airlines Inflight Safety Video

"And we told you last week Gordon about the airline in New Zealand that had a passenger arrested for refusing to watch a safety video they deemed too boring, perhaps if Spider-Man was swinging his way through the video the whole incident could have been avoided good news for those flying United. The superhero who has a new movie coming out this summer will be featured in the airline's latest safety video show Spider-Man stopping a robbery in a Bodega while the owner watches the safety video on a TV before a flight attendant appears to give some tips Spiderman than chases one of the crooks into a movie theater where he runs past United CEO. Oscar Munoz the film ends in a nearby park where Spidey leave the least thieves webbed up and the flight attendant gives some closing

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Autism and What EMS Needs to Know

Ten Minute Medic

05:03 min | 2 years ago

Autism and What EMS Needs to Know

"Magin that you're you're running a scenario. You've got a twenty two year old male patient that law enforcement is college you on they're not entirely sure what's going on. When you get there. You've identified. Guide. The patient is has history of autism. Give us some ideas in your patient assessment and your interaction with the with with this patient. How would you speak with them? How would you minimize not having multiple steps in what you're asking the patient of do or what you're telling the patient that you're going to do as as part of your assessment? I always like say it's kind of like going low and slow guy Asian you wanna get down yacht. First of all you want to reduce all the the sensory. Stop may be at light speed people. Did you know noise, everything you wanna limit that next all the things that we have on on emergency saying absolutely good and not to get off topic. But if he can teach the family, what we need to know after your first contact saying, look, you know, if we knew the child was on Tissot. We'd learned how to adjust our response. Okay. If I that's a great way. 'cause 'cause I tell my students said families are secondary patients that can be your your best friends or your worst enemies, and there are a lot easier. And you get a lot more information from them when they're your best friend. So I think what you're saying. There is is outstanding information. Well, yeah. And if you think about it that way to that with a an autistic person, it's it's that in space in oh, not gonna react. Well to an adversarial and of approach or or you know, coming in guns blazing. You know, we got our kits. We got our firefighters with us. We're just, you know, go from zero to sixty in two seconds on. It's not going to do anybody. Even neuro typical person any good you're gonna you're gonna grant them up with an autism person. You're really going to Jack up and then you're working on a meltdown. You're not getting anything done. So you know, sitting beside. Them talking softly. Finding out if they light-touch don't like touch. That's key giving them time to respond to your questions. Not all very often, especially new medics, as you know, we're often thinking of the next question before we heard the answer to the question. We just yeah. Yeah. Don't do that. Because then you're you're not going to get anywhere with any patient. But certainly not person you just got to ask the question watch their reaction give him time to respond if they can respond NFL nonverbal. There are other ways to do it. Do they have a night at do? They have you know, a tablet of some sort that helps them communicate or or you're going to have to use some other other things, you know, the county they point to things, you know, it's it's you know, how he amasses man, you just gotta adjust. So the question has to be as then I mean, we we beat into the students head what I called the BS seen safety dance. What is the likelihood of danger for someone to get hurt? Either the patient or one of the responders if you're doing everything that you're supposed to be doing your shutting down lied. You're you're clearing the room out. You have minimal number of people. What's the likelihood of a patient that has autistic of becoming violent? Well, you know, it's always there. I mean, there's a lot of aggressive autism. But I think a large majority of assistant, April are more huggers. Okay. Than an aggressive. But you know, you have to use your Spidey senses. You know, you have to get that history. From your your your family good in a bait. They mentioned that a child can be aggressive. Well, maybe you don't want to be in there alone. You know? And maybe that's a good reason have law enforcement on scene. But the last thing you wanna do is is restrain an autism person. Right as oh. From bad. Do a whole lot worse really quick drying restraint. And obviously sometimes we have to restrain bit hemicycle restraints with I said, or did, you know, a physical restraints, but onto stick people aren't developed the same way. Neuro typical people are in. There have been more fragile on the have less upper body strength. So you know, you really opening up a can of worms by trying to restrain or being aggressive in your approach. And you know, you can very easily without intending to do everything wrong. You're make us get may make that one outcome really bad. So all future outcomes for whoever response to this person in the future are going to turn out the same bat.

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"spidey" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:56 min | 2 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Most stimulating talk. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for hanging out here. There are three things. I think you need to know number one Tucson police chief, Chris Magnus. This is a serious serious thing. This goes to not just character with how this guy can do his job. He went on Twitter and attacked those in high school kids, the ones for the March for life rally, this Catholic school kids. He attacked them attack. The parents had to kids get like this. Then when it came out that that that tape was edited and was fake news. He refused to actually give the kids credit and admit faults, and he gave away I'll get to the lame excuse that he used after that. Okay. We'll get to that. Second thing that I think you need to know in Arizona lawmaker. As a apparently idea to raise money to build the border wall. Tax porn state rep Republican state rep Gail gear Griffin of Hereford wants to charge twenty bucks to look at porn on the internet. That's how are they going to do that these wants a device? Yes. Because why not Republicans want? I mean, this is what you want you want. Some what what? Wants a device we'll get to that. She wants she wants some kind of electric device that would install in Arizona to install software that blocks porn. And I guess if you want it, you gotta get twenty bucks to the Arizona commerce authority to get rid of it. Talk about infringing on your rights. I mean, really amazing. No. But yeah, nobody. Yeah. Yes. I know. I know exactly my face. What I mean for twenty bucks for twenty bucks. You're good. You're right. Okay. Thank you, very well. If you come up to you and ask you for twenty dollars dad, you ask them why? And they're like, well, you're not gonna get something. Oh my God. Be suspicious. You know, he's still the third thing we stopped. So go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. That's their thing. You need to know. Your kids may ask you for twenty dollars. Yeah. There's that. There's okay. Third thing. I think you need to know is that that Covington high school down in Kentucky is closed for today because of threats violence death harm, you name it closed for the day because of safety because people are out of their freaking mind, literally out of their freaking mind. These poor kids that are just going down to DC March for life rally, and they get used and abused and the stupid media and stupid. Celebrities, hop on board just a bunch of morons absolute morons three things. I think you need to know. And I mean, there's a lot we need to get to. But. This. You know, if you listen to this show, I am not a fan of the policing methods of Tucson police chief Chris Magnus, and if you thought it was bad now, it's just. Taking a whole new level. I mean, it's it's it's gone to this this whole new level. Where Magnus again, you think a police chief wouldn't jump to conclusions a police officer, right? They're trained to not all of a sudden arrest people that evidence, right? You need need evidence yet to investigate things like that. Well, he fell victim to the fake news. Good Spidey sense on this police chief Magnus Spidey sense. And by the way, chief I know you're listening to this morning because I tweeted it last night. I know you read your Twitter. So when I invited you on the show and you're more than welcome oracle in fort Lowell. Come on down. Come on down. Hit me up at Twitter at Gary Lewis. You could Email me there's all kinds of things you can do we're on from six until you take your time, you leave your gated community, and you come on down, and you sit here, and you talk about this because this is a big deal. I think this is at BMI using any kind of I'm not being dramatic. I this is this is somewhat scary. Okay. He tweets out the picture of this. Nick Sandman who fell victim of the fake news, the mob mentality stuff and the native American guy that lied to the media. We have it on there's several different accounts where he told CNN told the Washington Post, they surrounded me. And if you watch the actual video, you know, that he walked into this crowd. So Magnus tweets out a picture of these two. You know, the kids smiling at this native American what the hell is this guy doing playing a drum in my face M, Magnus rights, high school students, mock native American elders slash Vietnam. Veteran at Lincoln Memorial politics, aside, how to kids get like this in the nice, what kind of parenting were school experience leads to this. Mob mentality adolescent behavior shore, but this has to be called out as cruel and wrong you the mob mentality wrong. It wasn't. They weren't the mob mentality was a mob mentality tack the kid. You know, what they've great parenting grade school experience, they're called respectful. They didn't start trouble. This kid said I wanted to I said a prayer. I wanted to do is remain common. Diffuse the situation by just smiling at this, man. So when the news came out that it was fake fourteen hours ago. Magnus tweets out. I agree that video is complex. Which is why so much of it associated with policing can be tough to evaluate. But my basic estimation about mob slash uncivil conduct remains unchanged. And yes, I watched all this incident. Video totally avoidable totally polarizing totally depressing. So you watched it all and you're the police chief, you're up your police officer right your chief? And you couldn't come up with the sense to right. I was wrong. This date of American walked straight into the crowd, which is what he did not say to the press. He told the press the crowd surrounded him. He lied. There's nothing complex about this video the guy literally walked in to the students. And then he lied to the press about what happened. And he has a track record of doing it. So I think of this right? Oh, besides the fact that Magnus again open just frigging mouth and this comes out. I'm starting to think can this guy be trusted with any kind of investigation. Whether he's a police chief or not he doesn't investigate. He's the chief. He's the one in charge. He builds the culture. So if all of a sudden, somebody is accused of a crime thought, they you know, they think they do it. Right. TVD arrest them turns out TD is wrong. This person didn't do it under Magnus guidance. Are they going to apologize correct themselves? Let this person go or are they gonna try to cover their butts and keep it the way it is. Because they don't wanna deal with it. This is the big deal. Right. This is a big freaking deal. Totally depressing. The guy lied. The kids are the victims here the mob mentality attack because like he couldn't even actually tweet. This is terrible. That these kids were unfairly attacked now their school is canceled for the day because of the death threats. They have to have police everywhere. And this police chief in Tucson, Chris Magnus can't even actually say what happened. He can't come to grips and say, you know, what I was wrong. Some of the other morons did Jamie Lee Curtis. Jamie Lee Curtis washed up hag, Jamie Lee Curtis. What she is. She's the one she. Oh, she went after these kids Elissa Milano the rest of all. Yeah. They totally did totally did. Jamie Lee Curtis. Tried to make good for eventually originally going after these kids she tweeted, they're two sides to every story. I mean a snap judgment based on a photograph. And I know better than to judge a book by its cover. I wasn't there. I should not have commented. I'm glad there wasn't violence. I hope these two men can meet and find common ground. As can we all well first off again, the native American guys the dirtball? He's a slime ball. He's a jerk. He lied to the media about what happened. He tried to cause these kids havoc. And he did he did he went after them because they were wearing red make America great again hats. And they're mostly white kids. So might as well go in there and cause a scene. I mean, it's it's normal. Right. Just for sixty four year old guy. Just a bang a drum and walk into the middle of a bunch of high school kids along with another guy. That's videotaping. It all hoping something happens. It's called trolling. See, I guess maybe the police chief couldn't actually say that he was wrong because then people would question his policing. But now that he actually couldn't say his wrong, I'm questioning his policing. And if Mayer Rothschild was worth a damn any of these people kazaa chick who else is who are these these people on the cat, go Romero, Regina, Romero, Paul Cunningham. They would call into question and say, hey, chief, why don't you shut the hell up, man? Can you really do your job if you jump to conclusions before the evidence? I mean, you're a police officer. You're not supposed to actually come to a conclusion unless you have the evidence there, and if you know what mistakes happen, sometimes people are wrongly arrested. Then you apologize say I screwed up. Messed up sorry about that. At the very least you say sorry about that. But Magnus just does this and he hides from it. He runs he starts tweeting other stuff, by the way, midtown Pat. You re tweeted midtown officers joining on MLK day March. Tweeted, some kind of an event to support police couldn't actually say I was wrong these kids. I can't even say if like terrible that these kids are being attacked their personal information is being put out on the internet death threats are given nothing there yet. He has the gut the the nerve the stupidity to say talk about mob mentality. It's exactly what did this. Why don't you Kathy Griffin? She's inciting mob mentality. She put out please, docs, these kids we need to know who they are adopting is dachshund is when Eric training. Again, doc seeing is when people find out the personal information names addresses where they work you name it and put it on the internet for everyone to see. So people can just go attack. Not good and you had Kathy Griffin calling for these teenagers to be taxed. Now these kids parents are getting death threats. Matter of fact, we have sound coming up. We'll play the kids some of the kids from the school. Talk about the threats and everything else. We'll get to all that and legal. Let me know what you think of Magnus as well. Eight eight zero eight eight zero five six seven eight it's really disgusting. This guy's a police chief. And honestly, just when you thought that the Tucson police department couldn't get any lower when it comes to. What's the word? I'm looking forward to white social media none on a just morale. Sorry, morale morale couldn't get any lower. How does it not now? Pathetic absolutely guy needs to quit needs to be fired. Something needs to happen. The guy needs to go won't happen though. Because well, he fits what the the people in to something we need. A big lib activist as a police chief six twenty five we will continue do not go anywhere morning ritual. Gary Lewis, Canas T AM seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk the morning ritual with Gary Lewis windows of greater Tucson. You know, it's freaking cold outside. It's really cold outside. I guarantee you I hope you put the heat on you're going to need it. But if you're he was running all night long because it also runs out your windows because they don't work very well. It's time to get new windows from windows, a greater Tucson, these windows are fantastic. Upwards a forty percent on your energy Bill. They will make your home,.

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Franchise owner calls police on woman after arguing over the free Wi-Fi policy

Chris Krok

04:44 min | 3 years ago

Franchise owner calls police on woman after arguing over the free Wi-Fi policy

"Mandated she gestured toward the the this offended woman gesture toward another black customer saying that what he purchased food before using the wifi. Oh, I'm sorry. The owner gesture towards another customer who haven't be black and said that he purchased food before using live the professor responded by asking her if nearby white customer was held to the same standard. And at that point the owner said well by coffee or leave because this is where she's playing a stupid race gain. A stupid race came take your stupid Patty cake race game in academia and get out of my business. So then the professors the black professor sensing that disagree here. You're sensing that discrimination was involved. Oh, my Spidey censored mice discrimination chances are tingling. All right, ma'am. If you're if you sense discrimination get out. Social justice. Well, then you just take your the if you wanna battle with somebody leave. I'm not battling with you. Just get out. That's it. Go leave. Maybe maybe the problem is these folks are being too nice to the these customers shore, so irate just as soon as I say, well, I don't know. You know, what I want you to leave provide just leave? That's it. Now, you're done. Go. Go. All right. You don't leave right now? I'm calling the cops do what the Indian guy used to do in high school. One day at a time at the seven eleven funded a time wanted a time. I called the Cup. Translate. That's one at a time. Because he felt they they profiled us. They did high school students. They walked a white high school students they profile us. They really did actually follow us around. And I stared virtual there. It was. It was like holy crap. Looked it wasn't even like the KGB. It was worse. Sensing that discrimination was involved. She approached the owner to clarify see she's messing around here. She's an angry black professor in one of the many. She did three videos. That's the other thing. Start doing video get outta here. Just go take your Kisco in one of the three separate videos white posted on Facebook. The professor idioms white. The owner says I get to make my own rules. I need to ensure safety to my customers. You know, this this black professors making a scene, and that's where you wanna make a scene get out, by the way, the owners should have went behind the counter and went into a back office and just call the police, she should've stopped engaging. You don't give them what they want. Now. If this lady follows you behind the counter, then she's absolutely like, totally illegal. You know, you don't go back into the back like that. That's going to the office closed the door, and that's it. You can call the front end of the story in store wants somebody picks up. You say hi, it's me don't let that lady behind the counter you watch her. I've called the police chill out. Don't say an indoor let her do whatever she wants you let the video keep recording by the way because the video recording. When you're doing nothing wrong. And nobody says anything don't engage just ignore. It has nothing to show. There's nothing he'll go viral. Right. When the professor suggests that she and the other black customer, we're the only ones asked to make purchases the owners says, please that's offensive. So then she called nine one one the owner called nine one one. And this black professor said the franchise owner attempted to bully me. She lied. She lied about corporate policy attempted to force me to make a purchase to be in the store because she has a loitering problem. She called the police to force me to leave when I told her she was profiling the gentlemen, and me I was a customer and her story until yesterday, and I've been I have been for more than two years guys. Find the owner that don't don't I don't want people like this coming to my store. I don't want customers. Like, I don't.

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"spidey" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Grendel and and the door, like there's a wait to the impact or the the fences are stretching everywhere on there is yeah, double page spread that was in the most recent issue venom that came out, I think was six. The sound effect is in it, but like the impact of that. Wall breaking right as you can feel right. But yeah, you can't like to animate that is also feel like you could touch it. Yeah, those are the two things that I want. I want movement and I wanna feel like you can actually feel it. So it's pretty cool. Now which character that you have not drawn comic? Do you wanna draw for a story? Oh, man. Well, because I figure you probably do a bunch of commissions over time and people were quest, all kinds of stuff. But specifically for marvel work, I've drawn some pages with Oron them, but I haven't done Thor. So I haven't drawn in action. I did. It was in in humans. Inhuman where I drew him, but he is walking through a fair. I got to do the panel in venom with or is in there. And it was like one of my favorite drawings I've ever done and sort of a privilege type feeling when you're doing, you're like, oh my God, it's store, but I haven't said my piece with orient. I feel like so, yeah, that's all I would like to conform to that. All right. So I figured as we're here, we're talking, I also wanted to go through a little bit of quiz venom between your book a lot. We have other series, and of course just venomous in the pop consciousness wanted to give our listeners a little bit background on, maybe they, they know a little bit about the character. We're not going to go full history because it is why right? But I will want around back in on what you guys are developing in the venom book because I think that it's really fascinating stuff to shape the entire mythos of who and what venom is. But it really starts with the Ellian costume. That Spidey wears the black costume and the Wild Thing that I remember and forget and remember again is that the costume first appears in amazing spider man, two fifty two, which takes place after the events of secret wars the original story, but came out the same month as the first issue of secret wars in Spidey. He appears with dot com as it comes out in central park, followed by the avengers. He's like, wow, that was some adventure. We had a love that, but that is may nineteen Eighty-four and same month that secret wars starts. We get a few months Spidey he's got the costume. We've got a sense of it's weird sinister nece which I love here and there, and there's a shout out to the amazing spider manual that came out this week. That's by solid. I'm Ed and Gary Brown because they detail a lot of that stuff right? But then go to music Spiderman, two fifty eight. And that's when Spidey goes to the fantastic four because he's like, I feel strange things up and he wants to learn about the costume. You do you, do you read these after the fact? I never, yeah. I didn't start reading these till like recently. Yeah, research make sense. And so he freaks out he learns that it's a living creature. I love the. Gripping me tighter. He's like really losing it. That is also the issue. He becomes amazing bag, man. So Spidey his wonderful costume of he's got a fantastic four suit on, but they didn't have a mask for him. So he puts on a paper bag poked the holes out and the my favorite detail about it is the fantastic, four costume have stirrups on the feet. So make sure it doesn't, you know, right up, I guess. Yeah, but it was just it was like is a cool artistic detail. So.

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"spidey" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Grendel and and the door, like there's a wait to the impact or the the fences are stretching everywhere on there is yeah, double page spread that was in the most recent issue venom that came out, I think was six. The sound effect is in it, but like the impact of that. Wall breaking right as you can feel right. But yeah, you can't like to animate that is also feel like you could touch it. Yeah, those are the two things that I want. I want movement and I wanna feel like you can actually feel it. So it's pretty cool. Now which character that you have not drawn comic? Do you wanna draw for a story? Oh, man. Well, because I figure you probably do a bunch of commissions over time and people were quest, all kinds of stuff. But specifically for marvel work, I've drawn some pages with Oron them, but I haven't done Thor. So I haven't drawn in action. I did. It was in in humans. Inhuman where I drew him, but he is walking through a fair. I got to do the panel in venom with or is in there. And it was like one of my favorite drawings I've ever done and sort of a privilege type feeling when you're doing, you're like, oh my God, it's store, but I haven't said my piece with orient. I feel like so, yeah, that's all I would like to conform to that. All right. So I figured as we're here, we're talking, I also wanted to go through a little bit of quiz venom between your book a lot. We have other series, and of course just venomous in the pop consciousness wanted to give our listeners a little bit background on, maybe they, they know a little bit about the character. We're not going to go full history because it is why right? But I will want around back in on what you guys are developing in the venom book because I think that it's really fascinating stuff to shape the entire mythos of who and what venom is. But it really starts with the Ellian costume. That Spidey wears the black costume and the Wild Thing that I remember and forget and remember again is that the costume first appears in amazing spider man, two fifty two, which takes place after the events of secret wars the original story, but came out the same month as the first issue of secret wars in Spidey. He appears with dot com as it comes out in central park, followed by the avengers. He's like, wow, that was some adventure. We had a love that, but that is may nineteen Eighty-four and same month that secret wars starts. We get a few months Spidey he's got the costume. We've got a sense of it's weird sinister nece which I love here and there, and there's a shout out to the amazing spider manual that came out this week. That's by solid. I'm Ed and Gary Brown because they detail a lot of that stuff right? But then go to music Spiderman, two fifty eight. And that's when Spidey goes to the fantastic four because he's like, I feel strange things up and he wants to learn about the costume. You do you, do you read these after the fact? I never, yeah. I didn't start reading these till like recently. Yeah, research make sense. And so he freaks out he learns that it's a living creature. I love the. Gripping me tighter. He's like really losing it. That is also the issue. He becomes amazing bag, man. So Spidey his wonderful costume of he's got a fantastic four suit on, but they didn't have a mask for him. So he puts on a paper bag poked the holes out and the my favorite detail about it is the fantastic, four costume have stirrups on the feet. So make sure it doesn't, you know, right up, I guess. Yeah, but it was just it was like is a cool artistic detail. So.

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How Snips Is Planning To Take Down Alexa With Privacy and Blockchain

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

07:21 min | 3 years ago

How Snips Is Planning To Take Down Alexa With Privacy and Blockchain

"Get on with today's show. Now you may remember a few days ago I spoke to Tara Kelley from splice software, but the dangers of handing over the keys to your brand's voice to digital voice assistance, which is Amazon, Alexa marks of Khotan apple, Siri, Google home, and the list goes on and on. So with voice big, a very hot topic at the moment. I wanted to explore it further. So when I read rand, Hindi from snips wanted to destroy Alexa. He well pretty much truly grub by attention and set my tech Spidey senses into overdrive. If you've ever turn to a voice assistant to ask you a quick question for a little help, and let's face it who hasn't a strongly urge you to listen to run conversation when we today he offers so many invaluable insights. And as far as I'm concerned, pure gold. So book elope and hold on tight as I beam your ears all the way to Paris in France. So we. Weighed rant Hindy from snips Aor. So massive world, welcome to the show runs. Can you tell the listeners who you are and what you do? Hi, thanks for having me. My name is rent. I'm the CEO snips of AI to give you a little bit of backgrounds. I've been coding since I was ten years olds created my first company when it was fourteen and it up doing a PHD in artificial intelligence when I was twenty one. Then after that decided to really focus on the intersection of a privacy, how can you start building machine learning technologies that don't really require access to personal data that was an advisor to French governments under a policies. And for the past five years, I've been running the largest company in France, go sips building voice assistance with a very strong focus on personal data privacy. Wow. Coating from ten years old. Take tech was in your family from an early age interests. Fittingly enough? No, my mom was in fashion and my dad was currency economists. Wow, complete opposites. Now, one of the main reasons on volume on the show today and why I'm excited to speak to you is because you believe that we need to make technology disappear and for it to be invisible. And when I saw this awful last because the average user, this is probably to the shaker of a lot of techies out there, but the efforts used it doesn't care about how blockchain or ally works. They just want to make life easier. That's that only motivation. So before we get to techy, can you just tell me a little bit about the inspiration behind snips and what you set out to achieve from the very beginning like already felt, for example, your phone, vibrating your pockets, you know, took it out and there was nothing happening during. Yeah. So this is something that school offense on vibration, what people would realize nine out of ten people experienced that Gino another name for it? No, I listen Asian. But you see like that for me is pretty scary because when you think about it, we somehow got so conditioned by technology that we're now making things that don't exist. And so when you pull that thread and starts, extrapolating with a world will look like once you have one hundred billion devices as opposed to, you know, just a smartphone in a computer each today. It becomes a pretty scary picture. Are we going to get to a point where we're so manipulated by devices around us that we spend our days effectively making up stuff because we're just receiving too much input. And so I see a an assistance is a very good solution to the problem because you could start communicating with machines as effortlessly as you do with humans using language, for example, then you no longer need to make any efforts to use technology to a point where it becomes like illiteracy, everything around you is a device, everything. Around us connected, but you don't even think about it anymore. And because of that, you don't have the sort of feeling of being overwhelmed technology. And literally what I believe is that a assistance issue include them in every device around you can literally make disappear from our consciousness. Wow. On your website as well. We chose just looking, I if we highlights how we got where we all today on how lock you sit there, technologies become a central. Paul of our modern lives. Civil that lives TV shows like black mirror and maybe the darker side of tech. Can you tell that story to listeners and also dark aside as emerged as a result and ultimately, why? Oh, go was initially to destroy Alexa sounds incredibly sinister accelerated at the same time. Well, the thing with technology is not just that it should be extremely easy to use is that he should also be very safe to use

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"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"A woman was born without the giants lips, and it was she had a made by a doctor from the fish to lap. Yeah. So how you know these names they come from somewhere. I don't know. Was the guy thinking you said beaver? Yeah, I don't know. Well, surprise, meth was involved. A woman saw somebody hit a beaver with a car. The woman then went to find a box to bring the injured box to bring the injured beaver to a veterinarian when she returned the woman found a man next to the animal. The man was on top of the beaver with his pants zipped when officers arrived. The beaver was dead late. Last night officers responded to Columbia park for report on a transient male, having sexual contact with a wild animal. Richard dealt thirty five. So they found him. She called police. Police came over. He was still there with beaver all over his dick Richard del thirty five or do we know what he didn't dick with a beamer procedure, a bath. While he's soom you stay away from the mouth, right? Those teeth? Yeah, stay away from what math happens. You know what I mean? That south to scrape marks on his dick. You're. No. Like a pal Mark on his ass. Oh, cool. What a weird thing to send someone to jail for? Of course, you know, he's got a, he's got to wake up to it somehow, but Yikes. What do you do going like? I was on meth and beaver means something different when you're on math. I, I mean, really, it's it's also like necrophilia and beastie. ATI was the whole time. It would know was dying what I'm having it. It was dying and then dead. What What time. time. Oh my God. There's like renews my believe in like animal rights. Somebody's got right with that beaver like that. It's not okay that right before he ended, he, he said, can I get a condom? Oh. Think so. Is it okay to say? I'm not air on the nerve wrote to XBox and said, I know you're working on a new Batman game. I'm wondering if I've fallen in love with someone, it's crazy. Everybody thinks I'm crazy, but I'm not. Are you dating now been on a couple dates, but I'm like definition of dating. You know what I mean? Like going? Yeah. Like like just go onto this person that person's. I've been on a couple dates recently and they've all been using. I've been. Using mostly like one like Tinder to narping. Tinder and hinge on a hinge date. Now I don't wanna sound like my dad, but when I went out it was understood a first date I pay. Is there any kind understanding that it split with two guy? I think and I was, I think it was talking about Hannah Boone with this and she's like, whoever asks the other one pays. Okay. And she said, I do if she has to the eye out, she'll pay or offer. You know what I mean? But like I think that's always a fair thing. Like if I'm the one thing, let's go out for drinks sometime right then like I wish I wish we would change this already where the first date everyone knows like, what do you mean? Who pays we paid for? We split it..

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"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"The PS four in, I guess it's amazing. It's making the news, but I was saying the other day, how in it when you're just navigating the city of Spiderman, you come across the building with the rainbow flag on the side and you j- the huge flag hanging off the corner, which is a big deal. If you're a kid in town that made me anytime this is done the same. But especially if you're like, I know what I am. I can't announcement like, oh, this isn't a major video game in for the first time. You don't see confederate flags rainbow, right? I doubt this confederate flag became, of course, my first go to go, wow, what a big deal. But but the thing is if you take the time to wave your flag, which is the American flag, the confederate flag, you're making your statement. So this this is big, then will this guy Tyler rates to the Spiderman makers before the game was finished and says, I need your help Spidey squad. This may be selfish, but I'm Ray. Ready to propose to my girlfriend and wanna do it in a big way. Is there any way you can put an Easter egg of Madison? Will you marry me anywhere in the game? It made the game at the theater marquee reads, Mattie, will you marry me for pretty sake? I think it's cute. Well, turns out they're not together anymore. By tons of game came out these games. Take awhile. I'm going to start asking them to plug my stuff. Hey, Spidey squad by websites. Not gonna get to traffic. I mean a lot to me if you just kinda creek in dot info somewhere. Very legible at the game, maybe on a billboard or something. I don't know. I have a show at ha-has exactly. So, but this, but some other guy dating a Mattie is like. Shit. He him and his girlfriend broke up before the game's release. She broke up with them now shed. He's not gonna. He knows what's coming out. He says that he was dumped so that she could go out with his brother. I know I'm done taking these dudes side because I'm like, what did you do his? His brother, put an put an Easter again. That's like, Mattie, he's cheating on you. If you go in the back of the. Video of him. On Spidey squad. Senses are fully tingling. We can get more messages to the studies, right? There was one of those like Donald. I'm pregnant. So they say, you know, every so often you update your game automatically and the baiting about putting a patch that changes this to something else that the guy would like. And the guy said, okay, could you change it to giving thanks to my grandma. She died of cancer help like night, my love of Spiderman, giving my first Spiderman comic book. So that's where it's gonna say, grandma, will you marry me. After she's dead, right? Mattie, says to spy squad censor glad we have what she says, oh my God. Are you a Cantera go the relationship soured sometime ago and became a mother. It became a mother and son relationship where I had to remind him about things. The things he has been saying about me hurt, and that is something we mutually agreed not to do with each other, but it is not being reciprocated. Now. I think it's just easier from the hate me to be hurt by my decision to break up. I hope he moves on and finds happiness because that's exactly what I'm doing. I'm not with his brother..

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"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"You. Wants to always see the other side so, but I can't see the other side maybe only paid half each time, you know. But these deliberately by getting multiple entrees for himself, I get it, but how many years supposedly thirteen? But you know, they always exaggerate everything, but even that's an exaggeration of an exaggeration, I mean, it's less than a thousand dollars, which I don't. That's I'm city is like leaving the restaurant. He's accused of forcing women. He met on dating apps and websites to foot the Bill for dinner and drinks after he would leave restaurants without pay. I I mean, why not leave it? Because if I was one of those women, I'd be like he gives me double or you sentences until whatever you want. Yeah. Why not? You know, like at least pay me back. Yeah, that's what that's like. Like you can't do this to another woman. Lock them up seems very extreme, but maybe from may twenty sixteen to April twenty eighteen eight women had the cover the check for the dates with kansallis while the other. While in two other cases, the restaurant spotted them that sound nice, right? The DA's office also says, he's accused of leaving a hair salon without paying in an unrelated incident. So this guy's just bad news. He's not making. Making a great point about should women or not. Maybe he had a female hairdresser and was like, I know what to do in these areas. Pay for you guys are so sweet. My thanks much the other day I was talking attracted to by the way Connor. Sounds Sounds great. great. There's a new Spiderman game exclusive on.

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"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"We just when when I lost my virginity to a man, he and I just there for having are like, okay, so we could just trying to figure it out. We had no idea. Yeah, because then you know, if you're about to eat, you got to quickly figure it out. That's so funny, because you said your dad asks who plays what role in asking, who's top and bottom. That's what you're asking. What whose the whose the girl who's girl, she's so or also like, yeah, and it's, I hate this word. It's a masculine. Yeah, of course. Yeah. But in Mike, well, you can emasculate me also going. Why aren't you doing the dishes? I 'cause I'm so fucking masculine. I don't know when my brothers go snap one day. I know it and be like whoever was on the bottom of the night before. Well, we flip a coin and that's that. You know what? No one does the dishes don't come on. Our floor has been scrubbed where men. Two games on. And I don't think your brothers ever said the game. That was the first time I've ever said, ooh, he just came out to us in that very special way. Yeah, we should have to come out about everything. Mom and dad. I really don't like giving blow jobs. We talk about it. Mom and dad a couple episodes of Seinfeld. That's fine. That's okay with me, we put up the poll. Are you friends with your parents fifty, three percent of our audience? Yes, they are. Are you friends with your parents. On her sense. Yes. You're saying? Yes, right now I've like I mean, I wouldn't say we're like good friends, but like I'll watch cash cap with my dad when I'm home. Will you if there's an event in your life? Is there a draw took call one of your parents like, oh, I just got this call my mom because she always, she's always like, oh, that's cool. You know, she's pretty supportive and I will try the day. She actually called me or like sent me pictures of something she did, and that was very cool. 'cause she doesn't do that very often, but she like achieve something and like texting me and my brother and I was like, yes, mom live your life now. So that was very cool. So I like that that's a good relationship. You know, she was always very much about that. She's like, don't put anybody down for anything, no matter, big or small. Like if your friend get something that you don't think is that crazy. Like still be like, that's cool. You know what I mean? Like, you know, it's interesting. My parents had that same thing and then like their actions were completely the app that it was so fucking weird. And that's, I think it was. Good because that's what got me out of like continuing to try to figure it out because I'm like, hey, I figured it out. You're kind of shitting, you know, it's like, oh, we don't care. You know, their, their friends would come to them like, oh my God, my son just came out. My father would be like you son is who your son is, and you'll born gay, and there's nothing you can do. And what you gotta do is love your son. And then I'm like, I'm dating same sex person would never talking. Okay for them to do, but not daughter, right. Speaking of dating, have you heard about the dine and dash Stater? This is in Los Angeles name as Paul Gonzales allow you did that so much. You're in the paper. He faces up to thirteen years in prison. After he took financial advantage of multiple women, he would meet these people. So funny because rape doesn't get you that much. Okay. Well, let baby steps everybody. You meet these people online, racked up a thousand dollars of paying for food eating and ditching. All of a sudden goes woman. No multiple times. That's the. That's the point. And I mean, it's only nine hundred fifty dollars. I don't see how he wouldn't have to pay that back in that the end of it, but he he's up for seven counts of extortion. Two counts of attempted extortion. One count of grand theft and two misdemeanor counts each of the frog and innkeeper and petty theft and party..

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"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"We go over the last week show little behind the scenes, dart little facts about the guests and honor. What do you know on this on this first date thing? I, I read a book recently that I think would really help everybody not only on a first date, but first time meeting anyone first time, having lunch with like a potential boss or co worker, whatever. And it's called first impressions and it's written by two PHD's and they really have it. You know, because the problem about people teaching you about first time is like everyone's gotta, be pleasant in like, bring people to you and they, they show you how to do that without laughing at stuff that you don't wanna laugh about without over extending yourself without feeling nervous. And it was a really good book and and I've been on Mike for thirteen years, like this is kind of what I like doing, like talking to people, and I still was like, wow, this book is giving me a lot. Yeah. I should. I bring microphones on dates and steps up their game. I think it's great. Are you big drinker? Yeah, I like to drink. I've been trying to cut back the lately. Okay. Just because I feel it's it's always the day after where I feel like sometimes my days are shot just because I'm like super tired, not even like hung over just like dehydrated, tired from being up. But yeah, I'd like to. Drink. How old are you? Twenty seven twenty seven and already the rubber bands and snap and back so fast, I guess. So I guess, yeah, maybe I'm drinking too much. I don't know that I a lot of like, oh, h did you come out twenty two drinker as a drinker. Thirteen. And and you came out to your parents and they were shocked. They probably had a heart attack. Yeah, they were so surprised. No, they weren't how I get brother and I had no clue. Really? Yeah. Yeah, I didn't pick up on better. Yeah, that's cool. So what do you were your parents freaked out where they never in stride? Did they say? They know my mom was like, I can't seem surprised. And then my dad didn't even look up from his online solitaire games and that wasn't like out of like spy or like you just like, okay. That's the best response because I'm so sick of people needing to come out to their parents into everybody. And I always, I always ask people to picture as cyz street person come out to your parents go, hey, I thinking of dating and I don't know how to tell you this. I want dick in my mouse like at idea because all you're saying is going like this thing I'm going to. I'm going to be awkward on a first date with many fucking business. It's so weird because we start getting horny so early, and then we gotta sit there at the age of thirteen like, hey, what you're about to see come through the door to try to fuck me is now maybe we are dissipating, although you should at this point, it's two thousand eighteen. That was one of the things about coming out. It's like I didn't think I was going to be like thrown out of the house, didn't live there anymore anyways. But it was also like I I just just like like. talking about sex with your parents for me like that. We're like sex, negative household, whatever. But. But just something we've talked about. So just bringing it up was like, this is how I liked to bone. That's not like that's what I think. I think everybody should come out. That's the world that I'm like shooting for, like why straight the default. And I mean, like obviously because whatever, but my mom, I got my period. It's like, you know what? That didn't feel good. Either identity. She told my dad and. People why she told my next door neighbor. I'm like, I told you shut the fuck up clear. They'll know. I'm bleeding at some point. Why is this milestone few get Hatami Jonah? If I mentioned this, but my dad said to my brother Mark after some time went by and he seems comfortable enough to acknowledge that his son is gay, but how do you figure out who does what at home, I guess is the question who does the dishes..

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How Blis is Unlocking The Power of Location

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

08:00 min | 3 years ago

How Blis is Unlocking The Power of Location

"Hello to the few thousand extra listeners that seem to have joined us for all over the world. The huge spike over the last couple of days and speaking of which if you do enjoy the show, remember you can Email me anytime tech blog writer at outlook dot com or tweet me Neil see Hughes, and I would really appreciate it. If you were to leave a quick review of the showers, it really does help bring even more listeners over. All. I do ask as you make the review a little amusing because I got a big kick rating, but on with today show. And today I want to speak with Gil Lawson from location based marketing company called bliss and bliss is also known as mobile location. Technology company with seventeen offices spanning the world as they unlock the power of location. For brands and enterprises and bliss was originally you Cape. Today's guest go was high to manage the American expansion of when the New York office was opened, I think, is back in two thousand sixteen, but under his leadership, the US division is now on track to more than triple year over year revenue here in two thousand eighteen having already two thousand seventeen numbers midway through the year, and that's of my tech Spidey senses. So I had to get him on today and bliss perspective as always been that brands deserve accurate data and verifiable data that creates a high standard in the quality of a used and subsequent insights and analyst call reporting SAM's. Interesting, right? So book and hold untie as I meal is all the way to New York. So we can speak with Joe Lawson from location based marketing company, bliss. Massive, warm, welcome to the show go. Can you tell them this is about who you are and what you do. You bet. Thanks for having me opportunity to to chat with you about bliss and what we're doing during the US. I'm currently overseeing the US business which we launched a little over two years ago where currently team of about twenty people, and we operate offices in New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington, DC, and soon to be LA in terms of my background, I've spent the past twenty years or so working on both digital and traditional media companies, helping brands, build a strategic media and marketing partnerships. Again in both digital as well as traditional media. I've also worked in several business development roles as well. So somewhat of a unique perspective. I think having worked across again, traditional media, digital media, as well as some sponsored marketing and business. Veldman roles, so helping build the bliss business here in the US has really been rewarding given what's his ability to understand consumer behavior and leverage that on behalf of brands to deliver more relevant, effective digital advertising. Anyone just tuning in hewing about beliefs for the very first time bliss, of course, he's a mobile location technology company with seventeen offices spanning the world, and you guys produce self on unlocking the power of location for bronze and enterprises. But can you bring everyone listening to speed with exactly what blaze also, what kind of problems that you solve feel customers absolutely splits, global location, be state in technology platform based in London, launched back in two thousand and four and a bliss helps marketers better understand a real world consumer behavior to do this effectively. It's first and foremost all about insuring you leverage accurate location data. And so what what we do is ensure. Sure that we were verifying the accuracy of the data before we serve an advertisement again with the goal of serving a relevant advertisement because the more relevant. The advertisement is to the consumer, the

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"spidey" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

The IGN Movies Show

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

"And and different harlequin stuff, Sony was sort of lining up, ah, villain movie, verse of Spidey villains. And so we have venom coming out and wow few weeks. On September, October October. Yeah, I think so. All right, eight weeks. Couple of weeks to months, whatever. Evers and then we have a more Bs movie in development with shares Leto we have the black cat and silver sable movie, which seems like it's maybe been back Bernard, but they were Spidey villains to Senator six has been bouncing around forever. And then there's a kind of a different Spidey spinoff, which is silk. And then of course, we have Spiderman in the sputter verse where it's the animated lose. But just like all this kind of different Spidey stuff, including the villain stuff. What are your thoughts on one craving getting his own movie and to the idea of leaning into Spidey villains as sort of a basis for. For a movie. I man. I don't believe this is actually connected to like venom, ask, ask me, after venom comes out and if we have any kind of indication as there's one key to this and it's like, I'm really, truly venom. Venom may because venom is just an iconic character and like he might be strong enough to stand on his own. I don't think any other spider man villain has the sort of capability to really exist without Spiderman. And I think that if we do end up finding that they are going to bring Tom Holland in really sort of couch this in the new, even if they go more of a net flicks. See you weigh in. That's that like this stuff is cannon with what's going on, but it's like a little bit at arm's length so they can kind of keep things separate enough so that no toes are stepped on. Right. That would be okay. But like man, I'm not super interested in craven movie if it's not leading to Craven's. Last Hon. Yeah. All right here, here's something. What if venom is a hit and people do like what? If a craven Essent after. ES. Yeah, he's a big game. Hunter. Yeah, that would everything on this planet if a lot of it hinges on. Yeah, a lot of it hinges on venom, right. It's my accent was a little too close to Paul giamati rhino. I wasn't. Attention to it. But if you want to. Yeah. Again, it's the same thing with the Spiderman being in venom idea just to a much larger degrees that I don't know that these villains are interested now. More Bs has like Moebius does have plenty of comics history of his own. So it's like they do have stuff to pull. I've always liked more, but I look at this as almost like the reason why Jared Leto probably wants to do they probably just wanna. Do the comic book version of the stock. Yeah, or maybe they're working towards blade? Yeah, that'd be wow. Yeah, I, I'm still not convinced by the idea of these villain movies like what is the connective tissue between them? If you're going to have all these villain moves, can they lease? If if they can't connect to spider and a half each other, they have to, they're all separate than what the home and what are we? What are we in the mid two thousands that really to rights held by everybody here, movies, taking place in separate universes. That's not a. Thing. See like, okay, if you're gonna have a Morbus in venom in a craven they might as well be connected somehow, you know, or even like, you know, black cat and silver sable. You could very easily make them the anti heroes, you know? Yeah. Have to fight off these guys, you know. But again, it's just I feel like we're really fronting the risk of. Of sort of letting these characters just exist in a vacuum debt. That is just so blatantly devoid of Spiderman that it's just all anybody can think about when when they're watching these move, it will be interesting to see. Like I know suicide squad was a commercial success eventually, and then venom, you know if that succeeds. But for the most part, we don't really have much to go on in terms of comic book villains being the leads in their moves being the success. The only thing we we really had to go on was cat woman, and that wasn't even. Yeah, yeah. Be so it wasn't it that was snow. Those patients price. Oh yeah. They invented the whole character and Selina..

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UK police cite 'high dose' in nerve agent death

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

03:44 min | 3 years ago

UK police cite 'high dose' in nerve agent death

"In time our next cover traffic at ten thirty four forecast calls for some partly sunny skies and seventy five today partly sunny with a chance of a scattered shower tomorrow and again seventy five eighty on wednesday sunny and eighty five coming up on thursday we had some really nice weather on the way right now over to saudi and seventy six jonah vancouver washington right now it's cloudy and sixty three friday harbor sixty four and clouds right now downtown seattle we've got sixty five under mostly sunny skies at ten twenty five the actor at the center of a hollywood hostage situation is now telling his story it had all the makings of a hollywood who done it to actors joseph capone and daisy mccracken feen and movies like halloween resurrection michael myers had fits of rage that he could not control kidnapped from home pistol whipped dragged into a car leaving only a trail of blood one of their alleged kidnappers arrested on the streets of l a g directly on the head with the gun and then proceeded stop and give me a pretty good beating now joseph capone exclusively speaking out to abc news about his ordeal he grabbed me by the collar and dragged me outside and dragged me down driveway and threw me in the back of a car where daisy was already in the back seat and they put bags overheads and then proceeded to drive at the second location says he tried to fight the kidnappers resulting in a violent beating they stripped me naked and they threw me in this filthy bathroom with no lights on for the next thirty hours authorities say capone sat alone in the bathroom naked without food while mccracken was being driven from atm atm withdrawing money for the kidnappers and forced to write a ten thousand dollar check to guarantee capone's release they said things like if she doesn't come through a man i don't know what i'm going to have to do i don't know what's gonna happen to the three suspects in the case keith andrea steward john jones and aber neil seen here in that now viral arrest video all face multiple years behind bars if convicted but stewart attorney says he is innocent and the jones and mccracken had a previous relationship capone says one of the attackers did seem to know her daisy had known him in some capacity i'm not sure but my spidey sense was kind of tingling it felt weird i felt like something was off regardless of what happens next in the case coban tells us he's doing fine and is ready to move on with his life i'm not a victim on the survivor i think it's an state of mind that happened what's tomorrow defendants are expected to appear in a pretrial hearing two weeks from today abc's amy rohbock reporting british police say they believe the latest victims of poisoning from the nerve agent nova chalk must have come into close contact with the toxin charles de la desma has more which is please say they believe the latest victims of poisoning by the nerve agent novi chuck must've handled the materials container assistant commissioner neil best sue says the death of dolan sturgis on sunday shows that she and her partner johnny rhody who exposed to a high dose of the military grade nerve agent the working theory is that exposure is linked to the earlier novacek attack in march on ex russian spy sergei scruple and his daughter you ya basta says the search is focusing on stugotz's unruly homes and a park in salisbury really remains in critical condition in the city hospital charles desma london babe truth or deer dare i dare you to impress me okay alexa tell toyota to start.

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E3 2018: Spider-Man For PS4 Gets The Feel Of Spidey Just Right

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:02 min | 3 years ago

E3 2018: Spider-Man For PS4 Gets The Feel Of Spidey Just Right

"So there's not much for them to talk about right now in terms of nitty gritty specs mostly because number one they don't have any new consoles and number two even with a ps four pro the experts went xs is technically a superior console so they're not going to focus on that right now they they're they're hoping was focusing on games and especially the exclusives that they have so were there any particular exclusives that stood out to you i i know that they talked about the remake of the classic playstation game resident evil two there were a few others that they talked about what what stood out to you one thing that they showed that i didn't realize until they started talking about it is the new spider man interesting because sony has you know sony as a whole sony pictures has the spiderman license so therefore stony playstation gets to have the spiderman game as an exclusive and i never thought about that before because sony is sony entertainment grand whereas microsoft and they're not an entertainment company tech company nintendo is a gaming company so sony has movie licenses and sony pictures and so anything sony pictures has sony can use on the gaming fronts and make that and it's a piece of content so i thought that was very interesting they actually closed with that game that spiderman game so they're expecting that to be huge again the last of us was a big one a lot of people but winning for that and there's also an interesting game you watch the walking dead one of the main actors in there he's in a game the actor it's not a walking dead game called death stranding and he's the main character in it's very interesting i don't know what they did but it's basically like you're you're playing as the human guy like the actor's face in hair and body and everything is so realistic and so he's the main character and it's it's just striking how the graphics on this game and the.

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"spidey" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"You have a man to be that's hard size the extra tuning into episode twenty of make spidey famous again with tiffany pollard and thanks to our sponsors who allow us to bring you this show each week for free to your special father's day discount today at man crates dot com slash spidey get your stylish new watch by going to daniel willington dot com slash spidey and use promo code spidey at checkout to get fifteen percent off your purchase go to four hymns dot com slash make free trial month of hymns for just five dollars go to fat that fun dot com and use the code spidey to get ten dollars off your first box get twenty percent off your first pair of underwear with free shipping a hundred percent satisfaction guaranteed at me undies dot com slash spidey down the new episodes of make spidey famous again every wednesday on podcast one dot com the podcast went app or apple podcasts leva frickin five star rating you angel because you are no thanks to you we're leading the races over here at the podcast one at work with the most five star ratings and that's because if you fricking angels that we love and a lovely review would also be amazing just a sentence anything that feels that little comments section would be credible see next week love you for topquality floors at rock bottom prices homeowners and pros choose florida core their incredible and then design center i tell them what my vision is and i'll come out of there with a real plan the design services are free the pro desk is fabulous if they save me time they save me money they're going to help you find your products there could help you get in and out of here quickly these guys are experts i'm general contractor and this is my store bourne to core makes my job incredibly easy florida core or store near you visit florida core dot com.

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"spidey" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Heidi hi will so you're in spain right yes i am in spain say hey fleet can la the way cough faye had a messy for me hi thanks for tuning into this episode of make spidey famous again and thanks to our blessed let me say that twice are blessed blessed blessed sponsors to mud cloth dot com and enter the code famous at checkout to get fifteen percent off your purchase of one hundred dollars or more than your stylish new watch by going to daniel wellington dot com slash spidey and use promo code spidey at checkout to get fifteen percent off your purchase download new episodes of make spidey famous again every wednesday on podcast one dot com the podcast when app or apple podcasts leva five star rating and oh forget only click the fifth star because if you click the first one you're going to send us a one star of you and i have done that oh god does not like stars and make some try plus the next review because right now we're beating all the other podcasts especially the lady gang in most five star reviews and comments owes shoutout lady gang though forgetting their own e television show i love to see a podcast one podcast win out here in these streets so that's very exciting lady gang for your frigging tv show you deserve it that's amazing can't wait for make spidey famous again coming up right behind guys.

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"spidey" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

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"spidey" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Coats spidey from discount go to zillow dot com slash spidey to get started on further details this is firefighter raphael poor yet reminding you that every day portion of every firehouse subs purchase goes through it's helping first response try the new me ruben loaded with hot pastrami sweet and tangy slaw melted swiss or limited time get a medium for strawberry ruben for just six thirty nine firehouse subs joy more subs save more lives limited time offer participating locations firehouse subs will donate a minimum of one million dollars two thousand eighteen firehouse subs public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase joy and financial guru suzie ormond with their podcast women and money every thursday on podcast one as susie all of your questions as she helps you become more empowered with your money download suzy or men's women and money show at podcast one and now pool podcasts and remember to rate and review this is so much fun i feel like we're a real radio show taking callers i feel i pump up the volume with christian slater you know it's fine as my fair movie back when i was a kid and now i'm pretty much christians later out yeah totally so so your story go kind of colorado real quick so this guy adam paulie i'd never heard of him i thought he was kidding i but he starts just talking so much smack about the award show and everyone there is all like geniuses and creators and artists and he's just clowning them i this is the worst word show ever get it was stupid it's like dude why you got dressed up in came into exactly what the awards show is and now you're just using it to try to get your own press it was so shady positive lighter.

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"spidey" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"spidey" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Tony is basically telling him be your friendly neighborhood spiderman tom allan spidey has essentially turned down the idea the role to be in the avengers he realizes i need to grow up a little bit more i need to live my life and maybe i'll be your friendly neighborhood spiderman if that keeps videy at the street level i know there are connections in the comics i know they're not really interested in crossing the streams but why isn't spite economy daredevil josh isn't that a very natural thing to have happened oh yeah very natural and a half avenue in a perfect world but there is a lotta politics that's involved in the marvel property is like it's pretty well known at this point that marvels in the marvel studios characters the ones that are on by disney are not really going intersect with the ones that are owned by box in that the x men in the antarctic for right now so that's why you don't see mutants crossing over in the same world is ironman and hawkin thorn everybody like that there's never going to be will never say never custodian marvel decided to cross dreams but it's very unlikely and i think that tensions between disneyowned marvel and boxes marvels stuff i think that they are out there that that stuff hasn't thawed yet and i think it'll take a while for that too thought maybe eventually but doesn't seem like anytime soon money is the ultimate disinfectant in that regard there's money to be made in if they just make sure that aside they'll make it they can figure it out but i think maybe and under reported one is i think that there's actually some friction between the marvel studios movies team and the marvel tv team i think that there are there not exactly the most of the most easy bedfellows i think that uh there's there's corporate conflict involved in that and i think that's gonna make it difficult to see any of the networks characters crossing over into the movies and vice versa even on like agents have shielded it's ikea at took a lot of armtwisting to get samuel l jackson onto us onto like on episode of that show and i don't think they really done much in the way of bringing big people from the movies into that show so.

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