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Phillies Lose No-Hit Bid, Capitalize on Reds Blunders, 6-1
"The Phillies no hit the red for seven innings of the six to one victory Matt Moore threw six scoreless innings but was pulled after seventy six pitches we're at the division coming in today I'm a I'm a I'm a Philly before anything else right it's this is about the win today and so there wasn't much on my mind when I knew it we had arrested bullpen in a one run lead that you know that we're gonna be in good hands Hector Neris worked a perfect seventh to keep the no hitter intact but Archie Bradley served up Tyler Stephenson Homer leading off the eighth Andrew McCutchen Ronald Torreyes homered for the Phillies Bryce Harper added an RBI triple and scored on the play after shortstop cal former casually flipped the ball to first base I'm Dave Ferrie
Farmer Sparks Reds Comeback for 6-5 Win Over Cardinals
"Tyler Stephenson sacrifice fly in the eighth inning steps up bye bye tied the rates going to beat the cardinals in the opening game of a three game series six to five in Cincinnati with one out just trying to find something to hit elevated enough to just sit in the air obviously I'd be fine with striking out and not didn't double play just give Joe a shot and luckily it paid off Joey Votto goes three for five with a pair of RBIs while cal farmer goes three for four with a solo home run in a you had your Suarez drives in a run for the Reds who will the game and a half ahead of the Redbirds incident second place in the AL central six and a half games behind first place Milwaukee Paul Goldschmidt and here's a bigger hit home runs for St Louis I'm Mike Reeves
What Networking With the Right People Can Do for You With Gurleen Singh
"What are some key things. Like other than attitude or kind of more like on the strategy side. That really help you is it like really the masterminds or was it like some type of networking like i don't wanna lead you to announce it would definitely be on the definitely mastermind. The networking that was that is big huge badly huge. That if you really want to shoot your career forward network with the right people and say the right people Was not not working with the right people but but In the says because that also leads you to again better courses Talking specifically a strategy by stephan like stuck Meets stephan. I would not have come across the Our nbc course. In i would not have been able to write a Sales letters from september until now to too many sales but my point is point to happen. It's if not for the network. I was what is bad networking though what is because you said you bad. Networking bit like guide somebody. That's like okay. I want to be a copywriter. I wanna start writing. I want to start working in direct response. Whatever it is whether it's copywriting ads. Or whatever he kind of all related the same thing what what what what should be like step one. Okay you know we we love stephenson stephan. I'm gonna make him listen. Stephan oven so follows that that's number one but number two. Like how like other than steph. Or if you're getting the space what is you know. Should you go on facebook. Join a whole bunch of groups. Should you start emailing people like crazy. Or how did you feel about your experience on upwork like how was that for you Well to start off already. Wish i did this but it didn't do. This was to join groups on facebook prior to copyrighting. facebook was In my life. Like i just didn't use it so that would be the first thing because that would help you network with the with the right people in my right people. Just meet people that are generally wanting to work with you. That aren't trying to screw over aren't sleazy etc by joining these groups. You'll be able to you'll you'll you'll notice that you'll know which are better than others love. What communities healthier Some communities are talks like some some are some are very very
"stephenson" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
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"stephenson" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"Hundred dollars later. Paul the amount that no so roller i broke all the fucking mountain strip and polls like almost die. One night i was drunk. And i went out took off fast as i could. I grabbed a poll on that motherfucker and actually on my heels about the counter. Thank god for newly sergeant. I'm not gonna say her name appreciate you saved my life. She grabbed a pole and stopped me from hitting the table like and then the second poll. I broke debt motherfucker to now he has to give me the river. Fucking pull wait. Restrictions on their running jump. Different types amounted into the ground. Beam go straight up that s so. I'm going to get it because we used to have like crazy stripper parties and shit like you can get the janke one and you get the high end when the high on speed three hundred dollars on a sheet on my shit. Not all the girls at works but it doesn't work for me. And once i get a little bit more alcohol might hop on my fuck now will work out. We'll work absolutely. And you get a burn talking about michele missionary only wives. I'll need to figure that out because that's why your husband's are pants strippers to have like y'all women need to get off the bullshit get nasty suck it. When we hang out with their marriage gets better. Absolutely my buddy my buddy. Who's well he's about to get a divorce. Angle says name newly owned sergeant to now him and his wife about the divorce they hung out with us and i was actually coaching him during the six cops she was like. Oh my god honey does the best i ever fucking had. Let me tell you. Six months later he was in his fucking garage doing phillips she's like this said this is actually ended up. She sucked his dick on the way home. They don't know who it is good. It's g fourteen classified. No names now. It's g fourteen class outing because when he was i i didn't really register. I'm thinking that he was like some special operation. Federal agent and my cowboy hat with the sheriff's office fucking holds enough those fair guys and shit to piss dory ride with me. He took a piss on themselves. That wants situation okay. Well regardless all i'm saying is that that was his big time before he became husband. We were dating. He was fourteen in my phone. G fourteen classified yoga girl g fourteen class. Yeah listen that's the right name. But now i'm just saying just signed note all your born as women get off the bullshit and get nasty. Russia's game was on the ranch. Was that in years when we used to train together. Let's that passenger fifty seven shit. Wesley snipes love it. Passenger fifty seven shish to be man. Shot out to your guys. That's that's my boy. Even though i have to fuck and schedule a meeting to talk to them on a month in advance i hope. Doesn't i know what you're listening to schedule a meeting with this guy going on a month in advance just to talk to him. My boy he put me on a lot of game. Tony real world talk that way stress when he met me. People always gets the prize..
"stephenson" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"That is of quality or that you really like what that's an easy no and i'm gonna tell you why and i think carl would feel the same way if it's a total piece of shit if it's a total pig you know it would be an obnoxious number. But they will come a point where you'd be like. Hey listen if i'm going to get behind this and you're willing to pay me stupid money. Let's fix the product. Then call knows what. I'm talking about this. Do the thing if it was a yoga spa. You'd be like hey. Let me let me talk about this matter this whatever. Let's let's get this right because if because if you're going to pay me x. Couple grand a month. Whatever it is you know. Forty thirty forty fifty grand a year. Let's put a little bit of that back in. Let's fix it. Let's get it right so that's an easy no so in. And that's that's me the thing why people love me so much these gun companies and all this other shit is because i have nobody throwing money at me like a crazy person yet but so i give it to you raw in fucking run I and i'm like this if you meet me on the scene if you meet me anywhere in the world the same fucking energy is not a switch. This is me and only time. He's not like that any sleeping And i see that see sometimes asleep. I fight motherfuckers. That's the eh. And so if the va is listening. And y'all got my claim. This shit is real so so listen. Where does it go from here for you for me. I'm going to continue to the ringtone album. we'll talk about that so we actually created We actually created multiple ringtones. This my wife's ideal. My wife is like she. Has these fucking crazy ideals. Demand plans grand pan plan. That'd be like out of this world like bay. Nobody will do it then. Next thing i know skin hits and shit like people like to hear the stuff that i talk about ten people. Wake up hearing you say boom so making an alarm that wakes you were like literally when i have that set of my alarm. No you got the buns and guns chance on the. Oh hey listen you put that on there. I'm a customer. So after that we we we we'll show you some lol as video that the guns and bonds. I'm still employed with the perfect. If you put the guns a month on this. I can add it in track. If you wanna tell us who brought the guns abounds girls in You probably will ask twerking. And just like lord. Jesus and see like that. That used to be me when i first started this. It'd be like all the wall stuff that we do because we're not a normal married couple won't married three years. I can look at a girl at a nice ass like me get like no no. That's not how positive reinforcement. I got to give you a wager of what am i to me. I know what i want. And so i either am. Tuned in or is no simple. Is that live that boring marriage. Like most people live missionary. Only type shit missionary only type shit and then as a lot of gaza the little dick syndrome like this is this is. This is the only thing that they have..
"stephenson" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"It. The yoga industry is mainly. You know people of color and that's fine with me. What i see as being a connection having different relationships with different types of people is totally fine. We never said that. If you're black half the do certain things. There's not a requirement of what type of person that you have to be. So just by being who who he is called on wi like he. He is representing an excellent motherfucking answer. And this is why. That's an excellent answer. Does what what what is it to to represent the black community is. it's a stand industry and go black. Lives matter is it to do this. How how you differentiate seeing that. He's he's not. Does he focused on more stuff with the black community when he did his shows and all that that have black individuals on their no man stress. We we we talk about that like did he represents for you to determine who he wants to talk to who wants to resonate with. He gets his own fucking choices and that. That's what i'm getting too. Because he is a human choice was eight. Maybe maybe inadvertently. Maybe not i mean you hear the term best. I just want to ask you a question. You hear the term. You dance with the girl you took to the prom. Explain so there's going to be people right. They're gonna be there for you white or black support you build you up those the people you remember on the back end and what i'm saying is now that all these people coming up and they're putting their flag in the sand. I got this. I got that. I'm doing this. I'm doing that. He remembers that his number wasn't called so kalaiana war. Since we're talking about him. I personally know calling on war. First time we We start wrapping up. He's like yeah. I know you are crazy. Ass mother fucker. Has he ever came to class. We'd go to more white classes anything or whatever the case may be..
"stephenson" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"I'm a blue belt at wherever and then you so it's all levels right. It's all levels. We'll talk about levels. You know what i mean. A yoga class. One time and think that you're as in mass one hundred percent one hundred percent. Like when i walk in the rain that i go. I teach you combative sauce. And then you know right away those kind of go around the horn the see who has what for training all. I'm a paramedic. Oh purple belt. Oh i'm this. I'm that that's when you start to piece together. I'm going to tell you this man. My my boy. My my my top as bone comb. I looked to all the information. Fucking blue scorpion. He came on the range shooting. He's a yeah. I was in the army twenty five years. The solly said we got on the range. We start chucking fucking layer and next thing i know i looked at his target and we was moving to contact. He fucking jump behind my jeep. Landau fire move fucking move mad dumping and shit and i said wall. Do what the fuck did you do. In the army. is a green beret. I said i can fucking tale this by that and some of those guys. They won't say shit and this is like wall. Yes and i was like whoa. What the fuck was that in. Because before i knew it. I'm i'm on second mack. Second man move move move and we just went to a whole nother world in every student out there like what just happened. Some people don't don't don't don't talk. That shit is levels. there's just levels straight up there's levels you know and everybody listening you gotta understand. Can you go and take a two-week combatants. classic anyone takes academy or anything else of course can. Is that gonna mean you have a black belt in anything. No just like you do. You're not an expert at that point. I've taken a few classes. I've never received a bill of crowding mega took an a few classes kickboxing. I took a few classes. I am no master. I am no master expert at shooting. I'm just a guy like the shoot. Just roll up. I need to do what i need to do. Like i am i am. I am no goddess. Saint don't put myself on that pedestal. But just understand if we get in the fight. You're gonna know my fucking name when we finish. Because i might bite you fucking balls off guests that situation. I'll take your your eyesight. You'll never see again. I just wish the industry would accept that answer because that's a perfect answer. I just wish that you know what i'm saying like the everybody would stop trying to lay. Would on the table and just accept that answer. Because that's that's the perfect answer. Yeah exactly because he just gave the perfect answer. I want to train does let me train does it..
"stephenson" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"You don't need a license constitution care. Somebody fucks which you you take them out. Although that does give a lotta people the impression that they don't need to know anything about it and they can just carry a gun. We're saying you still need the knowledge. You need to know the law. You need to be familiar with how to use that weapon system. I mean it's it's like driving a car. If they said okay everybody at the eighteen you can drive a car like you don't have to do drivers it or anything like that. You can just come get a license and you still want to be familiar like when you get behind the wheel the first time. You're you know merging into traffic and making maneuvers safely. No i think sounds going to speak olympia class. I think people should want to take a class once a year. At least at least like come on more at least more than once like if you look at how much training does law enforcement half for that that violent occasion like the first time i was ever involved in freaking shooting like like eighteen years old doing private security. Right on with my my firearm. A twelve gauge shotgun and shit hit the fan and round. Start taking off and this is one will now. probably i don't even remember probability eighteen Thinking i had all this training. I had my shit together hours and hours on the range. When the shit hit the fan my testicles did. This is my peanut sure. I thought my dickhead got shot off. Looked at my pants and check why you don't wanna be when she'd sit in the fan you don't wanna be that guy with a six hour class that some old guy that taught you think you know what the hell you derive but we get a lot of that no of course and and look i say all the time you have to seek out the best training. It's not easy to do. You know everybody listening. I always tell them..
"stephenson" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"Is this like you know what scrawl these lock and ask them. Maybe that could have been. Because i used to have days like that to where they make my head hurt like you've never been one hundred percent you've never been in a altercation how you gonna tell me that when i'm doing in showing right here is happening. You watch youtube videos do now office block you ask you some shit. Of course the out the block party and we go from there. Like i feel great about it. You know for me. Been where i've been and train where i've been there stuff. I would see that. Would that would make me mad. I've trained. I've trained all over the world with some of the best on the planet that there is in a lot of different combative or whether it was lifting weights whether it was jujitsu whatever it was fighting shooting an icy shit that drives me not so i get the desire to save. I get the desire to feel a certain way towards some them but the game is elevating. See like wow. That's been going on with while that mentality still exists. The games elevating now. If i'm sorry you could be an instagram superstar. If you ain't streaming or you ain't in areas shows podcasts. Whatever you ain't shit facts. It don't matter you ain't shit because straight up. You gotta have your hand more pots. It's just not enough. It's not enough so you know to everybody out there that you know wants to be this bad ass player. Whatever it is. You're posting whether it's tactics whether it's shoot fast guys. Whatever it ain't enough and see like me. i'm. I'm literally coming out here today. I stand my lane. Stay up. I stay at my training in houston and i need to start getting. I need to start getting out a hell of a lot. More due to the simple fact of getting start doing things like Because i'm like keep my head down fucking train my people and drive on and don't even care about the stuff..
"stephenson" Discussed on John Bartolo Show
"The costuming socks everything underwear if they knew which brand he war to be underwear always rockin Now i love. I love what you're doing and you look like you're genuinely having fun doing it. And that's important. Yeah i mean it seems very enjoyable. And i think making it. Fun is half the battle right. Oh yeah and when i work i don't work. It's like going to the range. And i'm putting in his work and i i get a sense of. I get a sense of enjoyment out of it knowing that if the shit hits the fan that they're going to win like between two thousand and twenty two thousand and twenty one when i started keeping numbers six of i've probably trained eight hundred maybe closer thousand people and that's not even online training. That's shit pointy. Thirty thousand forty thousand people maybe online included so six of them have been involved in actual gunfight while where they have won. This is including two police officers and they call at three o'clock the morning teco. Oh my wife will attest to it. One of my buddies gotten to gunfight and shit really hits the fan and she cooked him some chicken out. The fixing sodas the video and i was like oh honey own washes for. Oh god all and now this year. I didn't say that knows me. I was excited because individual had the drop on them. He did exactly what he needed to do to fucking valley. Thank guy. you're an instructor that makes money on the students and that's how instructors make their living. Were you upset when dakota my air came out with that statement. You know kind of being like what's everybody doing or did you know who he was talking to in that video you talking about the ones say everybody looks like they're lark. Yeah i think. I think that's a complete fucking bullshit because you needed train like you fight fight like you train. Who are you to say that that somebody don't need to have on their kid..
Reilly Smith's First Career Hat Trick Lifts Vegas to 4-1 Win
"Reilly Smith recorded his first career hat trick in the golden knights pulled into a tie with the hurricanes for the presidents trophy lead by defeating the blues for one get out there so our stock we see a big knock me on it but knows a lot of people out here that's not exactly at Chandler Stephenson also scored and Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty shots as the knights extended their home winning streak to a season high seven games biggest allowed just seven shots over the first two periods with the seventh turning into a goal by Colton parade co the golden knights have a four point lead over the avalanche in the west division heading into their showdown with Colorado on Monday the ads have a game in hand I'm Dave Ferrie
Pietrangelo Gets Winner for Golden Knights in OT Over Wild
"Alex Pietrangelo scored one fifty three into overtime to send the golden knights past the wild three to the translocation or the credit for his goal to Alex talk three one three if you can find a whole find a pocket you're gonna have a good chance of documentary pasturing the soul the shot no luck it was that was a great play by and Chandler Stephenson had a second period goal and Reilly Smith furnish the tying score late in the third for Vegas after Kerr real caprice up scored two goals in it too tense band midway through the period for the wild Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty six shots for the west leading knights who are five points ahead of the third place wild can tablet made thirty one saves for Minnesota which went five wanted to against Vegas this season I'm Dave very
Mormon church leaders call out racism and say abortion is evil
"Abortion and racism were topics on the first day of a virtual Mormon church. Conference, calling abortion evil and issuing another plea for members to combat prejudice and racism. Leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, beginning a virtual church conference without attendees because of the pandemic. One church leader Neil Anderson, in denouncing abortion, also lamented that fewer Children are being born around the world. Even in the most prosperous countries. Cora member Garry Stephenson called on members to be welcoming to people of all faiths and ethnicities and to fight cyber
Washington DC landlords, property managers settle lawsuits over living conditions, pandemic evictions
"Settling lawsuits in D C over shoddy building conditions and other acts. D C Attorney general Karl Racine announcing a host of agreements that begin with the Northeast landlord who was sued almost three years ago. Thomas Kay Stephenson, who runs to rent controlled apartment buildings, and Dean would was accused of forcing tenants to live with rats, Roaches, mold and inconsistent heat and hot water. Stevenson is now paying more than $600,000 in restitution to tenants and district penalties. Another owner who operates a building on cue street in Southie. He was also sued, agreeing to address security and gun violence around the property. And Racine also says the property management firm Lincoln will pay more than 17 Grand to D. C for improperly evicting tenants at war ones. Yorkshire apartments during the pandemic. Kenzo FEA W T O P News
Takeaways from the Senate hearing on Washington, DC riot
"Faulty intelligence and band communication lead to the breakdown of security during the capital riots. A hearing about the rights underway on Capitol Hill is good policed on that. Joining us live now, NBC radio National correspondent Mike Power Morning, Mike Yeah. Good morning, Joe. You're looking at former U. S. Capitol security officials telling Congress and enjoy hearing yesterday that they did not have sufficient information ahead of the January 6 attacks in the Capitol to accurately predict The scale of the attack. You had testimony from former U. S. Capitol police chief Steven Son, House sergeant at arms Paul Irving and Senate sergeant at arms, Michael Finger and all of whom resigned their posts after the Capitol siege following request from top leaders of both parties. But you also heard from U. S. Capitol Police captain Kardashian Mendoza, who's been with the department 19 years and said that that day January 6 was by far the worst of the worst. In terms of events that she has worked over the past two decades. And clearly what the messaging was here was that while they felt Capitol police and others felt they were prepared for an event, it doesn't sound like they had any idea of what this event was going to turn into. Capitol police chief Stephenson said. These criminals came prepared for war. They came with their own radio system to coordinate the attack. They came in climbing here and other equipment to defeat the Capitol Security features. At all three former capital security officers agreed that the January 6th attack was planned and coordinated. It involved white supremacists and extremist groups. And they did not get enough information from the FBI about it if they got any at all. In fact, some of them son it was there was indicating that he hadn't heard anything about FBI intelligence indicating that this could evolve into something bigger. Harsher greater than what the expectation was, until literally yesterday. That's when he heard about about to be fair. He did resign after the jet the January 6th attacks. But he said during the time there, there was no preparation that based on the intelligence, they believe that they met the threat that was they were prepared for, and now they know they had the wrong plan. There wasn't enough of the information coming from the FBI, even though the FBI sent a report the evening of the attempted evening before the attack detailing various calls for violence next day, but those never got to the proper people, according to reports yesterday. This is kind of strange, because even before this rally occurred, there was word that the National Guard was rated standing by in the National Guard was offered. So I mean, you know, uh, somebody was prepared. It seems like there was a head's up on some level or or maybe that's the worst case scenario thought like, Let's just make sure we've got that kind of back up, ready to go. But even then there were concerns over apparently optics as to whether or not the optics of having a national guard. There was something that was a concern whether or not there was a call made early in the day requesting Help from the National Guard has had sons. You said he made a call at 109 P. M. But you according to Irving, he said he didn't receive such a call. So now you've got senators going, okay? Let's get phone records to verify that somebody made that call at 109 asking for National Guard help and what happened or what their confusion was on some level immediately afterwards because that could be a big indication As to why the guard didn't get out there quick enough clearly for the situation, so there is still more investigation that needs to be done. I believe that there's going to be another one of these coming up next week that will be greater detail That's determined what happened with the National Guard on some level, but at least at this point in time, the indication was Capitol Police didn't have all of the information at their disposal to determine Whether or not this was going to be his violent as it actually turned out, already
Episode 56: Best/Worst Remakes and Jamie Sings! - Drive Of THe Week
"We start every episode with drive of the week if you don't know what a drive is dr a line from a movie or a tv show said with exceptional velocity and volume and this segment belongs to jamie klein. All right ladies. Gentlemen and fucking michael g lombardo. The nineteen ninety five classic. Martin scorsese masterpiece casino. Oh casinos starred the great robert deniro. Joe patchy sharon stone don rickles and kevin us and so we seen. I was going for casino. This is a good drive by sharon stone. Whose nominated academy award for. The film was quite good and this is a good drive that she says to her husband played by robert deniro keith. Takeaway shoulder beaver out of your hair. She calms down. I will let it roll down. I will let her house for five minutes if you gentlemen. Were escorted her out if she happens to not want to leave. Because i don't like that's fine. She gets middling now so good of a dry because she says right to lean so good. Yeah try so much impact at her career win right down the toilet afterwards. Once he did that she's in film hall of fame assche to but if you look what more does she want. But if that i agree with the rest of that i agree all those nominations. Forget it drive of the week. I agree i agree but like if you listen closely now she says fine with a soft s and then she digs in for the fuck. You fine fine. She worked with their accent code. Find really be mad at someone to drive. Something i actually. I don't know if you do. Okay that's fair. Well pete you're man of principle and i applaud you for to digging your heels standard around mmediately buckled on that. That was the driver of the week brought to you by trash. Men media for the latest blu ray. Dvd commentary and reviews had a trash man media dot com and also on facebook and twitter. I just wanna add. Also we just got some new reviews by tyler stephenson just recently posted yours truly and we also have one from travis north. That just got posed a lot of good reviews. Check it out. Also don't forget to check out meet up deserve to step back latest news and absolutely noble shit. Wait i might. Mike was
Golden Knights' 3 PP goals spoil Sharks home debut, 3-1
"The golden knights scored three times on the power play this poorly sharks home debut with a three to one win the knights got goals from Jonathan Marchessault mark stone and Chandler Stephenson Marc Andre Fleury was solid in the biggest net making twenty four saves and drawing praise from coach Peter de Boer defensively I thought we were good tonight I thought you know we we kept them away from the front of the net flower made a couple big saves when he needed to be cleaned up a lot of rebounds around our net Tomas Hertl netted the only sharks goal due to culvert nineteen restrictions San Jose was forced to begin the season with twelve straight road games I'm mark Myers
"stephenson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And you can build from here. Better to have these lessons when you're 24. Then when you're 54 or 64, or 74 look up Dave Ramsey and consider attending his financial peace university. Yeah. I appreciate the call. Yeah, and it's ah. Well, we're just talking. Can't okay became number one for breaking news. Local news, traffic and weather news. 93.1 kfbk from ABC News on Chuck Stephenson rushed to help jobless Americans in the pandemic. A group of Republicans say they're willing to compromise, including Senator Bill Cassidy, Louisiana Republican right now, If you look at the administration's plan, you could have a family with three kids so Making almost 300,000 bucks a year getting a check and many of these people Have had no impact from covert, In fact, somewhere, doing quite well. Others are struggling. Let's focus from those who are struggling Cassidy on CNN's state of the Union Senator Bernie Sanders, Vermont Independent. We have millions of people who face Eve action. We are in the midst of the worst pandemic in 100 years. We have got to act and we have got to act. Now. Sanders and ABC is this week. The rush to vaccinate as many people as possible is important, says ABC news chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton. No one has a crystal ball. But the important thing is that right now we have to remember what we know what we don't know what we think. We know when we're watching very closely. These emerging four variants worldwide and that these vaccines are still effective and remember, it is always possible that there could be variants. It may slip under the radar, so the rapidly evolving situation just dance include more than 441,000 covert deaths in the U. S, according to Johns Hopkins University. Soon to effect.
"stephenson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Terrible killer monsters from the future and in fact in my life, but I find most of the technology makes my life a little easier. So I have a robot robotic vacuum cleaner and I love it and it's you know, it is enthusiastic. It never stops you turn it on and I'll just keep going into the run-offs and I kind of wanted to capture that enthusiasm a good with the exclamation marks. And so the idea that you know, we think you know robots are going to be you know the worst of us, but actually they're going to be the bed going to be enthusiastic and helpful and sometimes they're going to be a bit too enthusiastic and helpful, which of course has its own problems. Well in the case of your hero and he's a dentist, he's a robot dentist who's performed Dentistry with great aplomb, I guess and that's what the robots in 2054 are all about their service Bots for the most part. Correct? Absolutely. We're going to make the robot. And with apologies to any dentist listening, I suspect the industry. Maybe we're talking here about a fabulous new book that I absolutely adore called set my heart to five a novel by Simon's dead in sin and we'll chat with Simon a bit later about what he is up to his background and his work in film. But so many things strike me about this book and one of them of course is the fact that it's really a story about being an outsider being someone who's searching and it's one of the great arcs of any wonderful story. Is that search by the hero? Kind of wary of you know things that have two over a message. So in the first instance, I would love it if people simply enjoy the book and and you know laugh and and cry if they go through it my I was partly influenced by the kind of movies that Jarred watches actually. So the Forrest Gump's and the Shawshank redemption's those movies that I fell in love with when you go and see them they take you on this kind of emotional roller coaster and at the end you have this real sense of catharsis of having experienced the story well told and kind of the lofty goal. I set myself was to try and walk give the reader that experience in terms of the the the emotion and the connectivity definitely the that sort of Endless Quest phone number belonging and wanting to fit in I think it's really I think the reason it's so present in literature movies. Is it such a universal human thing and it's certainly something I can relate to and I think a lot of birth Awkwardness because you know, he can see humans having fun and community and he wants to get involved in it and he just worried that maybe he'll say the wrong thing or or maybe not quite know how to do and I thought, you know that will be part of my personal Journey as well in in all honesty. So it's suppose I would like Garrett set out to sort of end his loan know who wants to find connection and of course, you know, I love nothing more than what I read a book and and I feel it's connected with me and I would love it. If you know people read this book can get something of that same sort of connection. I'm not give away anything cuz there are surprises throughout but at the conclusion of the book to movies or two stories hit me and I don't know if this is intentional or not, but this is just me Meet John Doe thame is Frank Capra film that takes place on a bridge and Jean Valjean running from his Nemesis those two images those two story lines were floating through my head. And again, I think that's wage. You did whether it was intentional or not. You let us take our imaginations and run wild especially movie fans. Oh. Yeah, so I have to keep that. That one that's the one I have not seen so I can't I can't claim right? I mean certainly the spirit of those movies, I think right, you know, that's the you know. in the nineties that I was, you know, referencing earlier and and I think certainly the whole group, you know, cat purrs, you know, optimistic worldview they good and ultimately Triumph is is certainly something absolutely on board with and I hadn't I hadn't considered the the Les Miserables name is that makes that makes perfect sense as well because I have more in mind so in the book Giles, of course being pursued by an agent from the Bureau of Robotics who are the agencies who are charged with, you know, making sure Androids don't misbehave a nice life and mind the Harvey Keitel character and Thelma and Louise didn't you know, he's he's right stalking them and he's on their Trail and he's you know, but he kind of has an arc of his own and I was hoping to God that was definitely one of the influences but but of course absolutely Les Miserables has a fairly similar sort of relationship between you know, the protagonist And and the person pursuing him and of course, it's in Blade Runner as well as nuclear. Oh, yes. Absolutely. I feel like is the most recent version I saw was the the movie with Russell Crowe and Hugh Jackman and I love Russell Crowe. I think he's an incredible actor, but I just think he was dead. They didn't do him any favors by costing him in that and making him seem because you know, he's supposed to be this menacing character that any time he comes home screen were scared of him, but he has he just looked scared every time he comes on stage and off which might account for the new movie. He's in playing an irate driver and traffic trying to kill people. I don't know. Maybe it's connected like okay that makes sense. Yeah, exactly now now let's talk about the humor in the book because I've read a lot of books and I I love humor and to be consistently, let's put it this way. Awry in a sense on almost every certainly on every page takes some doing how much of a painstaking process was it or are you just the kind of guy who thinks funny when you wake up in the morning and let it fly wage. It's a good question. I mean, I'm probably I'm probably the kind of guy that makes too many jokes in all honesty, you know in my in my life my.
"stephenson" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"This is Jordan. And you are here for on Mike with Jordan Rich conversations with creative people two or three times a year. I might fall in love with a book. Well, I thought to share with you. It's called set my heart to 5 by Simon Stevenson. Now another Simon an actor with the last name Peg you all know him said about this book. It's beautiful fun a heartfelt analysis of what it means to be human set my heart to 5 as a work of Science Fiction and Fantasy in which a robot named Jarred sets out on an adventure to find and understand human emotion. It's hysterically witty thought-provoking and heartfelt. I highly recommended and I'm very excited to introduce the author Simon Stevenson as together we go on my birthday. Simon set my heart to 5 for those who haven't yet read it and they will explain the title. Let's start with that. Sure. Well the reference to the fact that the narrator is an Android and his name is Garrett and his one of his things that he likes to try and seemed is reassuring the human as possible. He's learned that humans like to talk about our parents and our ancestors and Jared's operating system that he runs on was originally developed for use in domestic appliances such as the poster if you have a toast in your house, it probably only goes up to five that there are some that go to others I've discovered since right in the book, but mostly they're five so when Garrett says set it to 5 p.m. How are you express as maximum Suzy azzam whilst also kind of paying homage to his ancestors. And so my heart to 5 is is a reference to that because the book is sort of Jarod's journey of discovering things and and what they mean somewhere Isaac Asimov is smiling who the creator of iRobot know lawyers smiling or rolling over in his birth. Quite decide which one there are so many things to get to and we'll just touch on a few because my love of this book is threefold fourfold. But one of the things I loved that is the connection to movies and not in the book The Character the bot if you will Jared finds an emotional release by viewing in this case old movies, let's talk about when this takes place this story set my heart to 5 is wage obviously in the future. When do you set it? Yeah. So the book takes place in twenty fifty-three and twenty fifty four. Okay, and I would like to say that it's not a dystopian, you know, it's like I always find that I love reading dystopias, but I find them kind of too efficient and they don't take into account how you know how ridiculous we are as humans. So the 20 54 but she lives in humans have locked ourselves out of the Internet by forgetting the names of their first teachers and a favorite pet and Elon Musk has incinerated the moon just just to give you a kind of a bit of birth. Brand of the world that Jared lives right on the outside. We have Androids and so movies in 2054 then are mainly get something which is like the way I suppose popular sentiments been going for the past ten or twenty years of this point. The the the big Extravaganza movies just get bigger and bigger all the time. Don't miss her. So the idea is 20/54 want to see a movie at the the multiplex or the Megaplex is it will be known by then. That movie's going to be like a 5-hour long Marvel Extravaganza about a killer robot song Jericho speaking of isn't really that not up his street and luckily there's another kind of movie which plays which is as you mentioned old movies and the idea is that when when we locked out. So the internet in that happened about twenty thirty seven what happened was all of this stuff all the culture that was stored digitally would just lost and that would be the older movies made from about 2,000 on words were lost because they're just thought on a hard drive somewhere in the studio and So so what you would then be left with would be movies that had been stored physically on actual film and of course the movies that would be most likely to survive would be movies. Simply push them a lot of copies. So that would be the big Blockbuster movie to off late 1890s, even the early 2000s and and those are kind of the movies that Jared finds and falls in love with right now. He's among others humans who are called Nostalgia since I guess who dig that kind of thing, which is a great connection. He makes with certain human beings. I love that. Yeah, I mean I talked I quite liked the joke. I mean, I think you know, there's always people that you know like to look back and like the analog things that I'm probably one of the myself I would probably be a nostalgic in this in this future wage. But I quite like the idea that you know, if you're into sort of refugees Cinema these days, you know, you you you go off and see a a 5-hour long black and white French documentary phone 1964 and you come back and you tell all your friends it was brilliant, but they probably wouldn't enjoy it because it's an acquired taste and it's art and and all that stuff and I love the idea that in 2054 of your life. You can often see Titanic and then you come back and still sort of intellectually Lord it over your friends with the fact that you've seen this movie that is rare and obscure and they won't know about well, the references are cool because you don't own name the film's necessarily but the reader will love figuring out what they are. And of course one of them, which is very critical to the plotline really is Blade Runner. It's really great. How you wove this month. Storyline throughout and in the process just so we let people know basically what's happening. Jared is set on writing history in this case a screenplay creating a movie not about Killer Robots, but about robots with feelings kind of a nice twist for the plot. Thank you in terms of the writing of his character in his voice. It's very mechanical at times. It's also very funny and I noticed that a lot of people have noticed this multiple paragraphs and also lots of exclamation points. Is that intentional absolutely Yes, yes. So, I mean this was one of the challenges I think of writing in an Android voice is you want to make it sort of convincing but you also don't want to put people off too much wage and it's a really fine balance. I think you know we tend to think of robots has you know, they're going to be these.
"stephenson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"We're gonna hear from Hank Stephenson galaxy S. okay yes we can there M. we're seeing a spike across the state but particularly we've got some hot spots why don't you allow cities counties their own local regulations that beyond what state is doing thank you Hank we've been following the White House skating criteria along with the centers for disease control it does give us the option to do things either statewide or county wide to date we've been able to accomplish the objective is to protect and care for the citizens of Arizona with statewide guidance but that will remain an option and if it were necessary for any county we could do that did you want to touch on some of our hot spots and where we are can can up can we I want to take a look at Hank Hank just on the can we finish answering the question asking for this story yes thank you Hank the statewide level and I don't think that people in line to sign it right in places around the state would require that you want to talk about it from a public health perspective doctor so as we look at the hot spots around we know that there are a couple of areas where we are seeing increased cases we are seeing increased cases in Maricopa county and the central region we are seeing cases down around our southern border we do know that there are increased cases across the border in Mexicali and Sonora that are diverting patients up north to Arizona and so we have been monitoring that situation as well as the hot spots with our tribal nations thank you doctor what about the we're.
Randall Stephenson to Retire as CEO of Dallas-Based AT&T, Serve as Executive Chairman of the Board until January 2021
"It looks like we are going to have a success a change in leadership at eighteen T. first we have Bob you're stepping down at the Walt Disney company now Randall Stephenson CEO of and chairman of eighteenth he is stepping down will be succeeded by chance thank you Mr president chief operating officer to help us get a sense of what's going on at eighteen T. we welcome John bother jump but was a senior telecom analyst for Bloomberg intelligence John thanks so much for joining us was this a surprise move here good morning Paul so I would say the news itself is not surprising Sir John Stansky has been groomed for this spot for a couple years now and I think people knew pretty clearly that Stevenson was on is going on out there was no outside search under way the Kurdish survey the whole field that make the right choice here what's curious to me is the timing it's coming a bit sooner than expected my mind I really thought this was all gonna probably go down at your end and you can you know that Tom alter a tumultuous times we're living through with the corona virus and it really the unsteady results at eighteen T. and all companies I just think the timing is not I think the transition itself is not
"stephenson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Fox Sports Wisconsin Zora Stephenson says it's not out of the ordinary for an NBA player to not have a Hooper to later on this house please guard basketball is their job they work at it every single day they have unlimited access to these world class facility that they can go in at any time so when you're thinking of where you're going to live and all that kind of stuff it's like I can go to a court anytime I want is that a must have and being content so all these guys that have like chords outside of Miami as those here you'd be able to use it like three days a year she certainly has a point about the weather there you'd be getting up some foggy shots this morning if you were who put outside in Milwaukee in golf it should be masters week at Augusta Georgia instead there's nobody on the grounds except the Israelis this week Justin Thomas is currently the fourth ranked golfer in the world if you remember correctly he made an unbelievable run on Saturday at the U. S. open when it was played here in Wisconsin at Erin hills a couple years back he shot a sixty three Thomas is disappointed that you won't be able to chase down his first green jacket this weekend but he'll be ready to play whenever the time comes obviously understands the decision I need to be made but I mean I'm gonna go play the masters whenever it is arguably the US open and the PGA so I mean I'll go play any of them whenever I have to the masters has been rescheduled for the second week of November and finally in college hoops Marquette's Markus Howard will not take home the hardware for the nation's most outstanding player that award is going to be top in the Dayton forward won the John R. wooden award topping is confident that his team would have been playing for a national championship earlier this week our team could it could have made it to the national championship game just because of what we were so able to do this this season and a amount of skills we had on the team everybody was bought into what the coaches ask in hand was dominating every single game this year and we would have definitely been in the national championship game even though they're out of the Atlantic ten they likely would have been a one seed in the NCWTS for what it's worth Howard was one of the five finalists for that wouldn't award I was awarded last night on daca ESPN live G. because I had to cancel the the normal awards ceremony that will take place in Los Angeles for obvious reasons but certainly deserving obi Toppin Dayton flyers getting that national most outstanding player award they're a solid team that's for sure but we'll never know just truly how good that team would have been when it came to the tournament seven twenty WTMJ missing.
Sources -- Chinese Basketball Association delays restart due to coronavirus
"We are in a situation sports where target dates continues to move and and one thing that had been potentially a harbinger of good news for when we might see things return to normal here in the United States has been delayed overseas this column in by Brian Windhorst year the Chinese basketball association seen by many sports leagues as a trial balloon for recovery from the coronavirus crisis has delayed its restart now the league was shooting for April fifteenth as being the day of the Chinese basketball association would resume play which would have been about eleven weeks after being shut down but now apparently according to what with horses learning that will be attempted to restart until may after failing to get government approval according to reports from China now there is a cabbie out in here the the delay of the Olympics did contribute to the decision in other words I think they thought we need to get people back in right well right after here so they can get ready going to the Olympics so that did play a part of this but Chinese officials were also affected by seeing restarts abandon basketball leagues in Japan and South Korea over continued concerns about the virus in recent days sources tell ESPN there had been any formal announcement by the league but foreign players have been called back in games had been scheduled to be played without fans in attendance and there had been some American players yesterday like Jeremy Lin lance Stephenson had traveled to China and entered a two week quarantine to prepare to play somebody gotten stuck at airports for hours upon arrival as they went through the process to be admitted and now those players as well as the start of the Chinese basketball association are stuck in
Uber CEO Khosrowshahi vows to deliver a profit
"Today Andrews interview with Uber Ceo. Dr COSMO shocking. Investors have been watching Uber closely for signs of profitability when Uber went public on the New York Stock Exchange in May of Twenty nineteen. Andrew asked Dara about it and Dara. Well here's what he said so for us. The Path to profitability isn't theoretical there are cohort of countries that are profitable. We do reinvest profits aggressively recipe. New Business Lines like eats that have great promise but we're pretty comfortable when we look at the portfolio of businesses. That we have that we have a very strong Pathak off a a few months later in an interview with CNBC November Dr Projected profitability by twenty. Twenty one we are actually targeting twenty twenty one for adjusted even profitability full year and this week around eight months after the company's First Trading Day Uber reported its fourth quarter financial results. And and as you'll hear there was also some good news for investors about that profitability goal. Here's Andrew Uber reported quarterly results. Last night the ridesharing giant announcing announcing on its call with investors. It is moving up. Its target for profitability by a year. Join US right now. For an exclusive interview is Uber CEO. Derek Ezra Shack Good morning to you. Good morning thank thank you for for coming in. Let's walk through if you could for investors so they understand how you think you get there and when I say get there. I'm talking about profitability. Well as we made through our way in two thousand nine hundred and we became more and more confident of the strength of business and the ability of our teams to execute.
"stephenson" Discussed on The Big 98
"The American girl doll line but it's a boy doll and it's it's cute my son's Haitian and the dolls black which is like really special any loves dressing and he came with headphones in a backpack and all yes no my husband hates it he hates that all and Stephenson likes to travel with the doll sometimes once they get on an airplane and my husband's like absolutely not not in public I think it's like it was even that was allowed to have the doll but what's the difference so because as a kid and I would collect slurs well I know all the wrestlers that would be fine and they were like in underwear and with muscles rippling so why was that okay dependable and like I could have some dude with all those ads and you know I now it's just hard to break where it like he yes this is the stereo type for sure and my husband will admit it he said it's just hard for me it's hard for me I can try and he tries he allows the dole like burnt dinner thrown at all are giving it away but it was a big deal when we got the doll and then what do you recommend to our eleven month old son wants a dog but she wants to get him a doll for Christmas yeah get in getting to know get him at all now if you work for five and wanted ought to get the kid that off you once it all right I would say if you get one and I don't care he wanted to haul ones that make you happy fine I was eleven months old me doesn't know what he wants why even get to that battle with with a husband or wife oh wow it is a matter of the kid doesn't want that if the kids wanted it could teach how to take an eleven month old to teach about the right she wants she wanted to get all the kids the dog yes that that's where I fall on this a bit a bit different I think a big event boy or a girl once a doctor get him at all it's a lace eleven months old now she should address that now just so they get the fighting out of the way while the left doesn't know what's going on that's a funny thing so I mean I think it's at all my advice would be let's see how much it bothers your husband if it really bothers them he could fry planned this a little bit and give him a victory and you take another victory somewhere else I'm big on negotiation all the time I don't think you have to get the kids at all now the kid doesn't want at all it's about you because it seems like it's about her right yeah for sure Amy I mean she would you want to live in months on it okay you're right I get eleven months old doesn't really matter she can get it a dog and it could still learn eyes ears nose sure so do that maybe but I'm fine with the doll you say get the baby that although I say duh no need to get that all right now if they wanted all the get the baby that all right now let Michael doesn't know what he wants so they are on the line you do agree that address this issue I want a Barbie I don't really know I'm saying if if that's not a thing to me I love it whatever makes you get happy the kid does he know what kid wants right now I don't even know it might get in a fight over getting the kids on the kid doesn't even know what to get a once over just have peaceable just find it annoying their husbands not okay with her getting her son a doll lesson husband there's the that we can do that that's about the bard by yeah images get they don't have the fight as they don't get that all right now don't have if I don't know that we helped her just now we don't have to get ready finally the you me the third vote here get don't get that all my gosh don't get the doll okay because well okay sees differently I'm not on your side I'm not going to have a doll no I mine is more like you know he's he doesn't want now he wants a letter that's another discussion sure and what would your eleven year old son right now listen this is not a boy this to me this is not an issue of a boy wanting a girl toy this about a baby not knowing what he wants and keeping to parents from fighting if you have only one so my buddy doll or once a Barbie good to give it to him this is not about that guy don't put me in that corner eight and if you're in that corner and he's he's teaming up with the by the way I was watching the movies that made us on Netflix and I watch dirty dancing retail he's already and yeah okay so guides beginner corners at over me the corner did you know baby wasn't really in a corner when they said nobody puts baby in a corner yeah she was at a pillar it wasn't really a corner of the room and Patrick Swayze when he had they told him that was his line he's he said this is the dumbest line I don't even want to say it and he was fighting them on it and now he he said years later he came back and said well probably one of most famous lines from yeah thank you for that and that is why they don't want to dance the movie he had tons of dance experience who's a trained dancer but it hurt his knee so badly was younger he put on his resume is no dance experience so they would never put in for anything we dance experience but arm was a dance instructor had a damn in gone in Texas and they were like come on dude and so we did it it appears in the movie now that watch the movie that made us I have to watch the movie now that's how did you ever watch watch it's have the crown to watch I mean that that's good too I have marvelous miss Maisel no no you need to watch party that thing before that Jessica you're on the air in Texas when I got this call from Jessica hi Jessica there was evidence good morning video morning I was giving a call because I own I'm a speech pathologist I have a private practice hearing you yeah and we work with kids from six months old to all the way up to teenagers and we use baby doll and our practice all the time and help build social skills it helps build empathy and compassion not only identifying body parts but XP two kids in a non confrontational way how to take care of another human thirty two is really that.
Third parent sentenced to prison in U.S. college admissions scandal
"A third parent who pleaded guilty in the college admissions bribery scandal that sent waves of outrage across the country was sentenced today Steve cast about reports that like the two before went him this power was also sentenced to time behind bars the judge sentenced Stephenson privy vote to four months in prison a one hundred thousand dollar fine and five hundred hours of community service the fifty three year old businessman from LA paid a four thousand dollar bribe to get his son accepted to Georgetown University is a fake recruit for the tennis team the sentence is similar to the four months given to another father from California who paid a two hundred fifty thousand dollar bribe to get his son into U. S. C. a few weeks ago actress Felicity Huffman was sentenced to fourteen days in prison for paying a fifteen thousand dollar bribe it was one of the smallest bribes paid in this scam I'm Steve
Lisa Stephenson - Author of Read Me First
"Welcome to the Jim Lacey podcast Munnings drilling calc- are in Sanders seen group. And once again, really happy to share with you that this latest episode of the puck ases going to be a really good one. So ties upside. I speak with Lisa Stevenson. Who is your throat rate? May I, and I gotta say, this is probably one of the most fun interviews that I've done is part of the little podcast Jenny the season, and I think you'll find it really interesting because Lisa's book is very much talking about what it means to basic zestful successful from the perspective of beyond work, more more, including family friends, live old, I sort of things. So it's a really, really fascinating book Mariah to have a conversation about Harold applies to leaders and some of the challenges PayPal facing being successful. I would love to hear what you think particularly about the episode. So be great if you could leave some feedback us happy listening. Welcome to the Senate leadership podcast with Julian cow. Julian speaks with leaders from around us radio to bring you their leadership story and share their insights about being later to further help you build your leadership capability. Julian chances own insights about leadership and the tools and techniques he uses as a leader. So welcome Lisa to the Senator lacy pub. Kost really happy that you might Tom by to be so that the listeners have a little bit of sense of who you up. You tell everyone Reese Lisa statements that are? Yes. I'll try not to talk that myself team because being shies not one of the things I have to Ari that. Sorry, my name is Lisa statements in and I do lots of stuff actually. Sorry, I'm Miceli nine full my work as success. Coach sign really passionate at helping people work out what the attention as an what hop formats looks like for them. And I also have a consulting business. We worked widely. Sorry, we work with all kinds of clients actually intensive leadership programs, but we also work with a late athletes, entrepreneurs CEOs. So we sit on the cartoon panels with lots of clients as well. And I had a private coaching practice. So I work with lots of clients allow. One basis and we'll mom. I have three little people, and I really like Ross spritz. Just to get that out there. So I wouldn't mind actually just knowing on one thing he said, success coach goes on pretty Kane for the listeners to hear about success in successor. She platens explained it'd be more bad. What success coach? Yeah, and I think it's an important question because once people getting to simulate shit Rawls, I've also got a by generally established brand and sometimes it's not a brand that really want to know that become nine for something that doesn't necessarily say way I want to be in that Correa saw the work that I do with late as he's very much about what can out for them. What success looks like in terms of the role that they're in, who they're working with, what they nine full also, what they stand full as the Lehto and getting very clear about have I create six success than we they tame and more broadly across the organization soy, I find that can quite confronting. Because most of us have got so many different lenses in Leising there around what success he's meant today and organizationally, there's normally frameworks women to it he to. And sorry, breaking all of that Dan and saying, well, hang on a second. If you've got these one opportunity in this chapter that you're in right now, what is it that you want to be nine Foale. And how are you going to do that? So here to talk about your book? Yes. So why did you decide holding themselves to camera. Camera here. Why did you decide to rot? Read me fist? Yeah. Sorry. Jay. Do you know when you ask me that question? I think about what it'd be job at Spain at at Spain quarter rod soy, they say, we all have a book asks on our who they are, and it's something that had always on my mind. But then again, sorry, it's running a marathon and I haven't done that. So. But it was just these inner voice. That kind of said, one day you'll have enough to shave at you wanted to steal it into a book. You know, when you've done twenty years of coaching, mentoring consulting working in senior roles, I'm re that they would be something that would kind of bring it together where I wanted to distill that into something. And then I had a beautiful personal
'Black Panther' comes to Saudi Arabia as movie theater ban ends
"On this from hugo chega singer thought stephenson was being held in a minimum security prison in southern iceland a complex with no fences and where inmates are known to have access to phones and the internet the details of the escape suggest a spectacular and well executed plan after fleeing through a window in the early hours of tuesday managed to get to iceland's main international airport almost one hundred kilometers from the prison he then took a flight to sweden with a ticket he bought in someone else's name without raising any suspicion by sheer chance iceland's prime minister was on the same plane traveling for a meeting police say it is unlikely the man acted alone and that the prison guards reported him missing only after the flight had departed officials later recognize him through cctv footage the suspect had been arrested in february in a case known as the big bitcoin heist the stolen computers which is still missing have an estimate mated value of two million dollars for the first time in more than thirty five years a hollywood film has been shown to cinema in saudi arabia the screening of the action film black panther was part of a series of tests before movie theaters are open to the public next month the return of the movies is part of recent social reforms by the kingdom's young crown prince mohammad bin salman before the screening my colleague anna unin spoke to the chief executive of amc entertainment adam erin in riyadh well this is a staggering opportunity really this is a country of thirty two million people they are avid movie goers but they've been deprived of seeing movies where movies should be seen collectively innovator on a big screen so saudis for the last three decades or more have been watching movies at home they've been traveling outside the country if you look at bahrain movie theaters and dubai movie theaters they're packed every weekend with saudi nash.
"stephenson" Discussed on The 45th
"And at that kind of betraying it's like a purely words battle against winners and losers about like who gets the policy about exiting the possum cells i mean there's a reason we that love people don't want the wall and do on daca fix because there are serious health consequences millions of lives and i don't think he can win here at the way he set this up and again i'm not certain i think democrats are right that they don't think there's enough republicans support for killing daca that they have to roll over here plus trump has like stephenson's base if he if he does get the wall antics is daca he's not going at the base going to hate that weight things on the mala wall with them on the inside our they'll be boonsri for them because they'll be they my column amnesty dog for a minute before they realized that they actually got the wall and that will be probably the thing that will keep a mainland can see a hundred thousand at us enough is eight hundred thousand daca recipients other three hundred twenty eight twenty three hundred thirty million americans that live in this country uh that's a new on that small details concerning the fact that you're if you're able to stop illegal border crossings or an chain migration or end the visa lottery system that's more wins in trump supporters books than say reauthorizing daca i think a lot of trump supporters understand that you're not going to get everything i mean let's be real trump's his theme song that has been play that every single campaign our ally hate their rolling stones he can't always get what you want but you get what you need it's the death saying the play but in this case is very applicable because they may not want to get everything that they want but they might get everything that they they need in that will probably be trump's saving race right there on the other hand at dhaka's not get renewed and again this arched linked deported uh who did not get extended a dayold snap snafu with people trying to do the early renewal of their daca on threats and the nail didn't get deliberate they have their submitted on time but someone that post out.
"stephenson" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Runs so i coming to apple stephenson let me to sign develop a retail strategy for apple not that he would you think many called it wouldn't say high oh no someone called for him and i went out madam one day and i remember set knocked down on monday in his conference room when are waiting for him to pertains and here's late you know and also mostly lazy speeding somewhere in that when he fired this guy was trying member seen this big we with a torn parity in center and it was teams of your back you know and so we set down that night from six to eight it went by an instant we just click from day one i i will gloat state yeah what is the concept from your perspective did you did he had a concert that he like you dampener no one is tours unless then was so funny said he like you know we hit off really well he said to me well you know what you do this it's thanks giving weekend coming up one of your right now a little bit what you would do how would you approach read i'll tell me about so i went back and i wrote up this like ten page thesis why awful should be stores what they should be like pablo i get caught a key come back and i came back and at that time it make you drexler met the et it all right and that was going to steve at the net and i walking us hey thanks for cobb ackerson plan to be back in the slice at some point you think my thesis yes ryan like a very much but that's okay start pointed me like of that he did he that's t yeah yeah he often the job that their wow you know what i'm adam once the thought of his finished and that it was funny but if you look back if you're take them out it's pretty much with the playbook for the apples so we did the thesis was exact was and.
"stephenson" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show
"He's got a long time these guys been chicklets isn't third so if you want the prototypical boston guy in the multiple new york guy we got in both and just listen to talk to each other at the break was an interesting thing wears with lance stephenson he said it's he did on instagram it's a very famous michael jordan quote i've miss more than nine thousand shots my career of last almost three hundred games twenty six times a been trusted to take the game winning shot missed a failed over and over or an over again in my life and that is why succeed it was like it's knowledge pims quote but it was a famous commercial and lance stephenson then it said it was him under the put of but it went as well with him under the old michael scott thing now defending all not even out but i he does have to his credit i'm looking at made with from born ready did say to word i've ever yeah so i might go put but he did put his name on the picture so does the mike lowell and mike a little weed yeah along even some born ready yeah alright lance stephenson workload are you are you guys it was so good for that little period of time for the pacers win his were just ever was like the pacers are just about to do member took that goofy asked pitcher with lance stephenson paul george yeah we have yeah question last would you rather lance d wentz paul george or are a jimmy butler jim harbaugh celtics to make yeah you're not and they run a small they're both really get i get i think you you you have to go with butler just because they're both really good and they're both any they're both really good alright well we get all we get back we'll talk herrera mo can take some calls you got a bunch of calls online you want to call load of the phone lines on the rapport toward the rear added six boards six six two seven eight four.