35 Burst results for "Steve Smith"

"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"We have generic domains. Which are things that have been solved. You know sharani and stewart can communicate loyal bill lobbying Yeah credit card management things like that and it's really interesting i So my friend Flood kononov is writing a book on remainder of designed for o'reilly an i tech Read through the whole thing and He also had a chapter on. You know what happens. As your business evolves the thing that was your core domain somebody else might already be doing the same thing now. That's thou that's maybe a little more generic so you know maybe you're changing your business a little bit to find something else that makes you special now all of a sudden these these different domains their their relationships change. Maybe you don't have a you know you've got a new core domain you're talking about how Like like a company like amazon right. There were selling books than they were selling everything. Then they had to build this imp- this cloud implementation to support what they were doing men. They're like oh. This is pretty good we should we should share this charge money for it right. So they're right there. Their core domains kept changing If you're in the eighties and you told somebody in the future like there's going to be this bookstore in the entire world is going to run on their computers at can be like what no no way that's happening. Basically what happened. I would egon in ghostbusters and we laughed at him. Then i'm still laughing. And then they've opened up physical bookstores that insult to injury. Sorry a grocery stores to anyway. That's a whole other conversation about amazon permeating. All of the things we keep going. I just feel an awful lot like modern devops story to of where do we provide customer value. I just like the the dvd and this and the devops movement align so nicely nicely with this. That's what we focus on is. Here's where the customer value abs. And that's what we make sure we're building ourselves because it's it's ultimately our asset in all of the rest You buy you get elsewhere and another really important piece of it is that you're letting your you know what the business problems that you're trying to solve. Let them drive. How you design it rather than what many of us grew up doing was does designing based on how we're going to persist it in the database right right but instead like don't worry don't worry about how it's going to persist it. Let's make it easy to solve the business problem because we can always figure how to persist it there many solutions to that problem that one right way to do it. Yeah i wanted to mention before we run out of time here that we also got a ton of feedback from readers and viewers Of course over the years and we we read all of those comments. Some of them were like public in the discussion. A lot of them are like private That we get to see and we tried to apply as many fixes or new ideas or things that we got from our audience And i think that helped because we've also got a ton of positive feedback from the new course Since it's just gone live a couple of months ago so we definitely appreciate everybody letting us know both the things they like and the things that we could do better on this particular course now but it really. It really deserved second edition. You know could modernize it and and and keep it going up. That's for sure. But i am. You know fit. When i had to come up with you. Know your title for one of the dvd conferences and they want a three word title. And because you know being self employed what is somebody who is running. Conference came up with for me cereal. Dvd advocate and i. It's funny and other words. She's a little obsessed very cool that.

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"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Welcome back to dot net rocks this carl franklin and this is richard campbell and we're here respective coasts nice. I'm on the east coast. You're on the west coast. Let's call anything off our good friends. Julian steve or here with us and we'll introduce them in a bit of i want check in with you. Man how are you doing. I'm i will where i'm actually on the coast working on the history of dot net. Yeah it is an interesting kind of taking a bunch of stuff. Apart and reassembling it there is what histories complicated as i. Give me writing technical books any day of the week. This stuff is hard especially when you're writing history because you often include glimpses of current the state of current things. When you're talking about history. So i imagine oh yeah. History is history. But it's when you put it in context of what's current and what's current changes. Now you've got a lot of right and you're trying to make what's relevant in all of these different things plus it's very forensic three versions of from three different interviews of a meeting in two thousand six. They're all different. And so you you. You know you're not gonna pick any one of them. You have to kind of build a competent and say. What do you think happened here. That had a significant impact on behavior. Going forward And that happens over and over and over again. I got many versions of the history from something like i'm over. Forty people interview well and one hundred hours plus of interviewees. And it's just. It's a lot to assemble. An i keep layering in more pieces in finding problems and have not to reassemble. It feels like it feels like spaghetti code. Yeah you know where. Every time. I make an alteration all the stuff i just did. It's wrong have to go back and fix it. What are the unit tests for history book. I don't know the answer to that. Yeah i don't know either. Did you include stories of me. Having scotch with scott free in in scotland or was it england wherever we were he had in there. Yeah i think one of the things. I want to do with this book when i finally get the copy down is i'll i will voice the audiobook but then i'll also make like a director's commentary version of the audio level. After each chapter. I then tell you stories about that. Chapter came from and those kinds of tales. And some of the weirdness. It happened gathering this book like so they are three. And i were at the urinals and i said and he said you talk about this stuff at your all the time like no no not really. It's funny there's so many tales. Like that that i think would be fun to do later. And i've kept all of those notes. I gotta get the main book done. Its twentieth anniversary of dot. Net shipping is february of twenty twenty. Two yeah and got by down by that man. I got to be done by them. So it's just craig grinding away. I have also put a couple of new products on the music. To code by website people are asking for wave versions and flak versions interesting. I have both of those up at music to code by dot net. And you know what that means. Is there including you in their primary playing system. It's not just an aside thing. But it's like i want you as part of my overall audio system. It's a huge comp caring about format and especially because you know people know the difference between mp threes and you know loss. Luis codex like wave and flak. So that's good. Yeah that's good. I got something utterly fascinating for better. No framework sorolla crazy music awesome artists. Well.

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"steve smith" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"We will get to mars. I think there's a couple of schools of thought one is that there's gonna be a lot of people were going to send their. We might actually live there. I actually don't support that. I think where we are is an amazing place. We just have to take care of it. And so. I don't think we need plan. B to go to mars with lots of people but exploration is really in our souls and we always gain through exploration always gain things that we never even realized we went. So that's why having that. Small investment is part of our national parties is a good idea I think we'll send small groups of people there to explore and maybe we'll find resources there we didn't think about. Maybe the history of mars will learn more about the help us protect our home planet. This beautiful place is remarkable and so yes we will get to mars. There's a couple of huge challenges still because right now it takes about eight or nine months to get there and then eight or nine to come back. We always want to come back in. So can you think about being in a utility vehicle for a couple of years with other people. That's going to be tough especially you can't shower. You must stunk like that. Must be rank like how do you. How do you deal. How'd you do the body odors. While we digress. You know. I've been the person coming out of the shuttle but i've also the person knocking on the door and didn't after they landed and when you open it i mean why it's smells like a professional athlete soccer. Excuse me Dressing room just like you've experienced of so they don't realize it inside but they don't smell to really you lose you lose perspective. Yeah because you're all in there together and you get you smells. I mean it's not terrible but it's when you open that door it's you know it's pretty special because remember there's i mean there's you know there's all kinds of things stored in their snow. Are we getting in this generation or our kids generation. Tomorrow's like are we gonna see it you think or the next season. I think it be our generation absolutely. I don't think on our age will be who will go. But then i think you know a really interesting thought. Is that the first person to walk on. Mars is definitely alive today. I mean that is so interesting. Are they five years older than fifteen years old. Where does she live what she do. I mean it's really all these really interesting bots. It would have been fun for example in the nineteen forties for someone to drive up to that farm in ohio and said mrs armstrong that little kid playing marbles out there in the he's going to be the first person to walk on the moon. You know. s- crazy. I asked this question often To professional athletes in folks. Like if you could be the first person to mars with a fifty percent chance of coming back alive would you go and without me kinda sharing the results of that. How do you answer that. So if i was a bachelor and single i'm outta here. Send me but i wanna see how the stories of our children turnout. And i'm very much in love with my wife. I think or be incredibly selfish to do that. At this point. I answered in a very similar way when i was like. He was a friend of mine and i were banging around the question together in. I'm going you know. Like my wife. And i would sort it out like. That's a hard conversation but supporting each other as part of our commitment and so and Kids and then. The i wrestled was. What message do i send. If i say i i feel like an explorer heart but i'm not going to go because i'm gonna sacrifice that part of me to see you grow in. That was that was like the double dip in there like Is that is that how i can best support You know my son or is it modeling. It or is it being around and shaping so that was the double dip in there and so i'm not asking you to wrestle with it but i just wanted show that with you when i speak the large crowds i always start off after introducing myself by saying i have a question for all of you..

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"steve smith" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"And i do dream about that by the way also couple times per year doing space and so it's When we find something that you're joyful for it's very difficult to to not do it anymore. you're you're always trying to find substitutes and for me i have to say it is really nice a couple of times for year to to dream about it again. That's where i was. I didn't want to be like a downer by any means. Because i had like three things i wanted to share with you. As you're talking. One was the word w e to me is really important. And it's how. I measure thin slices of awe is how i measured daily success and so if i can be in the presence of something that is granted big in universal at the same time. Be exactly in that moment. While i may be having a conversation with somebody like. It's that uniqueness for me. Because i don't get to walk in space right but like that uniqueness that happens on a regular basis and i get that feeling of off physiological sensation psychological opening. Takes place i go. That's good okay. That's that's you know if i can stack them together throughout the day. It's like when amazing. Day so i trained myself to to be able to a train. My mind to be in the present moment more often so that i can experience. And so what i wanted to know from you. Is that like when you see that and feel that type of experience it. This is the downer part. It's almost like somebody had the most amazing high from an artificial experience like a drug and then they come back down from it and they're like i need that again and then over time you can't keep putting a pill in or whatever to get that high because we're not made for you can't keep going back to space. So that's like. I don't know why i'm going to the donner place is also wanna equally. Spend time on like how like. How do we have that all more often. But can you answer that. Donner for just a minute. There's a harsh reality about this question. Owns part of life right. It's not something that we can really avoid one comment. I wanted to make about something you said along the way as you know. It's so important to lead a simple life so you can be present when these really amazing thing happened. Things happened and so. I consider myself a sponge for information and interesting subjects listening to interesting people. That's why i love your podcast and you know you can only really appreciate them if you're present at that moment and try not to get distracted. So that's another reason why we really wanted to simplify our wives coming back from space. It's like many experiences where you have achieved something you wanted to or something. That maybe was a surprise in that. You can't really easily do it again and so i would be really exaggerating by saying i'm fine with it. It's no problem. I mean. I wish i could go on his face every single day. And that's why these dreams are so special I think people who come from different professions like athletes that you've worked with for example when the plane carriers over. Sometimes they feel a little bit loss. And i'll be honest. I think you know to this day. I still on a daily basis thing. Man i wish i could do that again. What is it that will bring me joy now. And so for me. I still love the outdoor adventurism. So it's backpacking river rafting. Things like that Scuba diving in for me. Those do bring More readily accessible opportunity to have that thrill adventurism with nature. I mean you can you can tell from talking to you that a lot of the on my life comes from the earth and seeing beautiful things. I'm going back packing three times in the next five weeks. So you know seeing massive granite fixtures aura. Mountlake things like that and sharing them with someone in. So i can taking going with three different sets of people on those trips and so I think it's common for all of us. All of us to have these memories of these amazing moments and know that we cannot really replicate them and we just have to move on and keep fighting. Keep looking for that those things that will make us happy in the present. Maybe you can tell by talking to me. One of the one of the things that brings me joy now is talking about space and spreading the goodwill and telling people how at nasa we make the impossible possible. How how do we do that. And so that's part of our role to in. This world is to kind of make it a better place in the share that knowledge so kind of being an ambassador for this life is a professional explorers. One of the things. I love doing now. Okay i wanna take a quick break here to talk about inside tracker since two thousand nine inside trackers science team from harvard and tufts and mit have been bringing personalized nutrition and wellness to the world with a powerful evidence bates digital platform so insect tracker what they do is they cut through.

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"steve smith" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Do today with that list. Jump right back into our conversation but what is the risk of something catastrophic happening that you don't come back. Did they put. Did they put a number to. It is probability. Is there like the some of the projects i've worked on those like. Okay we've identified. We've identified five areas where there's real material risk and if we get through those five gates something you breathe a little bit because we're good in terms of the the risks that we bear we find a space. Of course there's all kinds of analysis on every little piece of the space shuttle really complicated. It's got like a million pieces. But again i i try to keep the big picture sometimes and for me if you look back at the space shuttle program in the first hundred two hundred and four flights to you didn't come back in so that's one out of fifty didn't come back and so for me. That was realistic. Realistic number The way we dealt with that in our family as we realized that it was a no cost and peggy. My wife and i discussed wire was doing it was to the benefit to of humanity was a benefit to our family into our children and our future grandchildren. I admitted that was also selfish base. Because of course. I really wanted to experience and i tell people that fly once with selfish. Tutu's twice as very selfish. Three was very very selfish affordable just on the border of asking for divorce but in any case it's dangerous nickleby add one more thing to as dozen kind of to bring people kinda behind the curtain so one of the things i did before my flights i wrote every member of my family a handwritten letter and some of them were ten twelve pages. Long i was crying was writing in my voice cracking my mentioned it now but you know it's pretty hard to write a two year old son. How you feel in you know the first paragraph would say they would get these letters. of course. i didn't come back you know. I'm sorry things didn't work out. I'm sorry you're having to read this. This is why i did it. This is how i feel about you. And what i wish for you for the future. So they've never seen those ladders. Those are all thankfully still tucked away. So you wrote those letters in post like a pre mortem correct and gave him said. Hey you know jim. If i don't come back can you please give them to my family. And so we still have people ask me. Hey when are you going to let the children read them as it would be quite fascinating and i think the best ideas that when they become parents. I'll give him the letters and the other folks that you wrote letters to did you. Give them the letters now. Those were all all the letters. Pre mortem correct. Yeah but you know mike mike. I'm sure in your business you've heard or suggested it's really a good thing to do to your children throughout life and i'm so embarrassed to say many times i've said for christmas this year. I'm going to write a letter to my children to tell him how i feel. And to my spouse if you and to my friends some of them really key players and helped me along the way and so i still have that action to take care and you know. I think it's really easy to convince yourself to do that for your family members but i do want to emphasize there are some key key friends. I've had and mentors that really deserve to to hear. Here's how i feel. And how their actions and their compassion and their will the role models they were really influenced Kind of my kit of skills. What a gift that. There's some science around compliments that this is much deeper that we're talking about like this idea of compliments that we don't give them enough in somehow get caught in our head like the vulnerability of saying it might be too much and there's kind of like a auto later or they know or some sort of luke that we get in that we don't sharon of compliments and so there's some interesting research complex offices much deeper but There's probably a combination between the two. It's funny. I don't have any hesitancy to handout compliments. Immune is apparent. We were told hate compliment ten times every time you gift negative but the other thing we try and do our lives not give out material items as much as as gifts as an experience aren't expression and so that's why i love this idea very cool. Okay good or Migrate just a little bit here too. Many people would love to sit with you and and learn from you. And i just wanna flip that just a little bit and say who's won master that you would love to sit with and you know where would you want to sit with them and if we could be a reductionist like if there was one question two questions what would you want ask so who is it where would it be and then what would you wanna ask. There's so many fascinating people out there. Think in the last six months One person been really fascinated by is the rock climber. Alex handle i believe. Is you pronounce on old ox hano and just watching free solo in for me that that is intern. There's different ways you could master things. This is a skill. we're talking about rather than maybe life balanced. In terms of this master skill. I mean watching free solo and watching how he match that not over a week a month but it was over years and how he really thought it out and i remember the most important sentence actually a whole movie is he says. I hope people don't remember. Is the accomplishment of this free solo of l. Campaign is the preparation that got me to this place and it was in the astronaut world. We prepare meticulously. I mean we. We spent hours on. The bad things can happen that we should prepare for. If you watch that movie. I mean he picked little places on that wall. I'm gonna put my foot right there. The next time i come by here and then my left hand is gonna go only gonna use two fingers up here. I mean it was incredible. Absolutely incredible The other thing. I mentioned to you know. I was just so impressed by the tennis player. osaka how. She is kind of taking care of her mental health thought. No one's ever done that in all in sport. Well that's not. Most people not done that in sports you said. Hey there's something wrong with the system. I'm going to actually do something dramatic step out of this grand slam tennis match. And we've had other people speak up at our athletes. Kevin love for example. But you know. I thought that she is really getting a handle on mastery life and how to to live and so yes yes. Both extraordinary in for me guessing. Yes i should say. What would you ask. If let's be a reductionist to alex ronald. What is the one question. You ask.

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"steve smith" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Three months in fat. This jump right into this conversation with the legend. Steve smith steve. How are you very good. Sir thank you so much for having me today to speak to you. Are you kidding me. Like i'm so excited to have this conversation i don't know how to quite capture. Mind suzy azam for this conversation. So i've been spending a lot of time thinking about if we have an hour with each other. How do we best from you. How do i how do i. You know like there's so much. I wanna ask you so. I'm sorry in advance for being complete nerd when it comes to your profession in more more specifically what you have done in the profession. So i just wanna say that up front while i'm incredibly passionate about the space program so i love talking about it. I've learned so much from your other speakers by the way i'm really grateful that asset. I mean it's just a treasure trove of of good life advice back cool. Okay good well. Let's do some of the nerd stuff i you know. And then and then. I've got a a series of thoughts that are want explored you these. You're probably tired of asking. I'm sorry answering these questions but like what is it like to see the twenty four hour period from your vantage point to see the the sunrise at what is it like ten times twelve times a day in sixteen sixteen times a day. Yeah so can you just paint a little bit of what that's like and i would love you. Say mike stop romanticizing it. It's really quite normal or boring after a few twelve hours or something like but if it's miraculous for the entire time like i want to know that too. Wow that that's actually a really great way to explain. It really is miraculous or magical for the entire time. I actually dream about it still five or six times per year and so it's great to wake up and look at my life and say you know i just did another space but in any case right in that bullet into space is this surreal eight and a half minute experience massive vibration and then pam when those aunts and shut off. It's like this magical place. Everything just floats around and you can imagine if we could turn the gravity off in the room. You're now. I mean you would just kind of float out of a chair. Jared flawed. it's the slip. Mary magical place. It's almost like a movie and movie. March objects is easy to do so the the experience inside the cockpit or there's no gravity is just magical on them when you look out the window. It's really this sense of awe is to this beautiful beautiful blue planet floating this bass black Empty space black ocean and so for me really represented looking at an island in this vast like ocean. We don't think about that every day because they can only see a mile or two but we actually do live on an island. And it's absolutely gorgeous. I really view it as kind of this stage to perform on. It's just this magical experience that we're allowed to be here beyond a stage and when we see it from space we realized take care of ireland itself. So that's why we're really big into Take care of the earth but also that we're really want global community. I mean you look at earth. There's no border so we really are one global community. It's not just a marketing term. But it's it's reaction. It's it's reality and so because that would be nice to each other to listen to plenty of folks that have seen earth from plenty. I mean there's not many of you guys and gals. But ooh what i'm trying to say is that i've heard that same theme before is that there's something about getting so much space between earth and where you're seeing it from. The people tend to come back and be like wow. We're really small big thing but we forget that because we're in our or one of the largest most important things on our own life and the lives of people around us that we we lose the perspective of the one community Why do you think that is. I think there's something more than just vantage point. But what is happening there for that perspective to be consistent amongst people that can get that type of vantage point. I think when we view the earth from space We recognize that correct. We are this little jeannie tiny Object is on this earth we also realize that in the scope of time our time on earth. Maybe it's one hundred. Years is also very brief in. So you do have that that feeling and when you come back to earth. I think it's hard for us sometimes to remember that in practice it all the time because your from your field of steady you know. We're kind of interested in ourselves a lot of time and kind of our own comfort in life and all that so i think we tend to forget that once in a while but for me you know if we could fly every leader in the world in space it would generally be a different place on earth Some people joke. Maybe we should leave some of them there but You know. I think if we could file the leaders in space it would be a different place here on earth. Frankly and that's because they would see from the vantage point that this is a small island in the fastness of the universe and there's something about that perspective shifting that people go. Oh we need each other. Or i feel differently about others. What would happen for those leaders. And i don't wanna fill in too many blanks. 'cause my imagination can get wild symptoms. No you hit the nail on the head. I mean i think they would view it as one Family one place. We all live together on. There's no boarders. we should really get along now. Of course being over as soon as they come back there would be pressing issues all the way around but You know that's the big it would be a mind shift. And there's a great quote by ed mitchell. I can't remember exactly. But he says the same thing we should take all those rows who's in the space and let them see what it looks like and then they'd get a different perspective. I still like. I hear it and understand. I guess it's one of those things. Were you have to live it. To really to embody it is the word. I'm looking for france. And maybe i could ask it. This way is that you've had a moment. And you've had a period of time and in experiences that have shifted your perspective and transformed your understanding of humanness and so from that. How are you different from when you went to space. And now you're experienced post-space. Yes well when i was interviewing once by miles o'brien when i was in space one time in. He said kind of the same question. I said well you know i think when astronauts come back from space through more open minded people. They're more tolerant. People certainly not perfect. But i talked to miles about driving and i said you know sometimes when someone catch you off you're interested in having kind of road rage and hit me hard. I actually feel differently..

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"steve smith" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"The hate that well if you go bankrupt burundi credit for seven years shoot. I've been talking to you for five. Bring it all up put on scrappy. There's one guy wrote them a check for nothing not very material to fill great little zero zero one hundred next month. Check for a penny just to see if they did. It bounced fun. Because i could share with you i was a bed wetter for many years. Kid lavas were right by plus former bed. Writers you with the backup see. We don't even admit now as grownups in your kid. Nobody you think you're the only one there's no support groups and hey stay dry man you too member no beverages after six. Pm be strong solutions. Were horrible my doctor recommended device. I swear called the pad and buzzer electricity in urine. Well me. i can't believe medical science. Back this thing it's like a moisture syncing pad hooked up to this obnoxious buzzer. I slept with my brother and his bed about a lifetime of therapy will. I stopped with the bed. time here. Car stripped naked and do the river band. That doc this other book make bed waiting fun. Make it a game stop when the begs. You know apparently not waking up at this wasn't enough incentive. Anybody who ever went to bed you know one day. I was psych men the hallway and my underwear. My sisters are jumping. Who's travel in the hall. High school funny now. I didn't know there. I was trying to set me up on dates and stuff escrow manager wants to sleep with you. Know she doesn't pretty sure that's a dealbreaker right there. Ladies and gentlemen don freeze and always funny guy hey ladies and gentlemen that was our triad of comedy three terrific headliners glenn super steve smith and dawn freeze and man. That's a lot of laughs in just a short show. Hey we hope you're enjoying the concept of this podcast. We have another great interview coming up

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"steve smith" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"steve smith" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"To be convenient to concerts. Not as be takes five hours it can guess. Pulled the bumpy. Okay put my own gas of learn how to get your car like rent a car. You grab the pump stick in current Because we have to i. I know that obnoxious tapered. They think they said that. The adult version of your vegetables. Turn into a kid again. You start to wind who up alcohol. I got money guys going. I think he likes you. Know gas go in their gestation anymore. Is it no grocery store store. And every time i go in there i have five bucks in my hand just went. I'm tired i want to go home. I wanna go. I get lying behind some guy from oklahoma and he's decided to do his wind. You're shopping in their ever. Get behind this segment. Let's have a case of twinkies handsome overtaking. Jim babe cheetos doritos of a condom. Extra small who against. I can't even hear him anymore. Just sounds like Back can kill this garden so he finding it up there and you pay money five bucks pump number twelve. Turn it on. I'll come back in here. Jillian grab the pump sticking your car. Cool five bucks amata here. We go five bucks. I get to go home now. Buxom owners then he just about four. Seventy five forty five it slows down. Yeah why if the nineties we up. Modern technology can go five bucks shuttle. No it's just gonna piss you off just a little bit more four. May june july slow down like that around slowdown in your whole life. Slows down people are running by gore. Ladies and gentleman. that was our second headliner. Steve smith a very funny guy. A regular at the clubs and always enjoyed hanging out with him. He worked for me for many years..

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 "Triad of Comedy"  featuring Don Friesen, Steve Smith, and "Mr. Bullhorm" Glen Super Show #75  - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"Triad of Comedy" featuring Don Friesen, Steve Smith, and "Mr. Bullhorm" Glen Super Show #75 - burst 01

"Right now one of the funniest on the road ladies and gentlemen. Here's done freezing talking appliances in the next couple of years ago but talk to your kitchen. Is that gonna help our lives. Life done goofy burke. Microwave say cook you say how hot the blender and the toes we'll keep you up on that was Losing weight and have fridges pissed. Cheer loud he took it wrong. Going to couples. Counseling blender with issues. You know enough cities with your toaster. On the dr phil show. So you're just and he just want to come home. Have your bread all ready to go up. They know understand guys. Never see that coming like Yeah that's pretty much what i do. Who do you think you like a dr phil. Alarm clock heavy great. How can you sleep through that. You need to wake up. You need to wake up. Wake up this news more than twice as war. Were you walk in the jimmy j. christmas. Did i miss a turn off to crazy town here

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"Cavalcade of Comedy" stars Dana Carvey, George Wallace, Dennis Wolfberg & Steve Smith Show #71  - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"Cavalcade of Comedy" stars Dana Carvey, George Wallace, Dennis Wolfberg & Steve Smith Show #71 - burst 1

"One. They man remind me a new york. Taxi cab driver yes. Yes one of the lowest come on man who had not only a truculent attitude but name the head nine consecutive concerts to break the tension with humor. I said you speak english. You people laughing and you didn't even live off with this man. Apparently had his sense of humor surgically removed when he passed on immigration and thus began. An interchange that was that would have done the house of commons proud. He loved me. I shall though when he called me. Not so much. A person as orifice great manigault language. I was impressed with his knowledge of anatomical barge can only one the sun. Don't i responded by suggesting that he had been born without the benefit of wedlock responded by suggesting that i was a practitioner of incest. I responded by suggesting that he was the offspring of a female. Canine then suggested that. I do something to myself. I told the bligh's might have resulted in my becoming pregnant late endowment. He must've taught me hermaphroditic not to mention double jointed and in fact. I said hope you enjoyed that short. Set from one of my favorites. Dennis wolfsburg where

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Buffalo Sabres fire coach Ralph Krueger after 12-game skid

Schopp and Bulldog

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Buffalo Sabres fire coach Ralph Krueger after 12-game skid

"Ralph Krueger has been relieved of his duties as sabers head coach. Same goes for assistant coach Steve Smith. Assistant Don Granado will serve as interim coach with development coaches met Alison Dan Girardi serving as the new assistants. Granados first game is interim coach will be tomorrow night for the Sabers first game of the year against the Boston Bruins. Puck drop will be at

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Free Agency 2021: Biggest Winners and Losers From Day One

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Free Agency 2021: Biggest Winners and Losers From Day One

"Who's the biggest winner from day. One the biggest winner from day one already told you it was. It was a my intro. You're listening great question. Jonnu smith out. It's cam newton. Well that depends kenyans a starter for sixteen games. That's right that's true. It's yeah okay. Potentially find jonah smith. Donald smith big contract with the patriots They invest heavily in him. You like this for him i do. I think you know Obviously the quarterback is the concern. But this is the scenario especially with the move that they made that we look for in fantasy as tight end could be the leader of the pack in terms of targets and opportunities and so look cam was not good in twenty twenty. If cam does start sixteen games in two thousand twenty. One greg olsen. During a five year stretch was pretty awesome of the top tier tight ends of the guys that we did. We talk about what he was in the next group you know. And so from twenty two thousand twenty sixteen. Greg olsen averaged a hundred eighteen targets a season seventy seven catches Decide one thousand yards and five times. Johnny could do that. One season estimate put them right around a top five tight end. Greg olsen was great and not only was he great but we also saw from cam newton in that stretch that he could give you greg olsen. Who could finish as a top eight tight in five straight seasons and give you a number to wide receiver in four of those five seasons three or four of those five seasons whether it was. Steve smith or kelvin. Benjamin and even ted ginn one year. So that's interesting. I'll afforded talking about that on the show tomorrow on the tuesday morning show and then of course we'll have a whole bunch of more news items to react to. Hopefully we'll get some kenny golladay news at some point on tuesday or maybe it'll happen later on monday night as record this at about nine fifteen eastern. Who's the biggest loser from day. One the biggest loser from day one on asking these questions before. I told you that we were starting with these egypt's before the show The biggest guys they ryan tannehill johnny smith and Us down smith and corey davis They're going to have to struggle to replace those guys Davis probably more. So the jonah just from the standpoint of what he was last year with his production number two receiver sixty five catches nine hundred plus yards and five touchdowns. So we'll see what they do in in in that in that regard but i think Tannehill you know. I had him as the number eleven quarterback. I dropped in the thirteen after today. Just because i think it was close between in my mind. Joe burrow and tom brady put them behind both those guys. Okay how 'bout jameis winston ryan tannehill right now. It's soom jameis winston as the starter. I still go. i think it'd be messy. You know. I can't situation we're taking those not blaming So i was hoping james would go someplace else and tastes hill. Would still be the guy with maybe a rookie or somebody. Young that they could groom continued. Just gonna to get you know too much of the mill package of james as the starter and if as milton starter. Davis is gonna play very much so it just feels like it be messy situation oil. Who do you like better. Corey davis with the jets nelson agholor with the patriots. I think adler is going to be bad. I don't trust the situation. You know i mean he. He had so many big. Plays for the raiders last year and he was so good for derek carr but he did that on eighty two targets. I don't think he gets eighty two targets with the patriots. He's going to do the same thing. So with what cam does running the ball with what jonah smith brings to the table with. What the rest of the receiving corps will look like if julian edelman on the team if he's healthy Nagla is going to be A guy that's not on many fantasy rosters middle of the season whereas corey davis could be the best receiver for the jets. I don't know if that's going to be the case. But i would take davis by far over niagara.

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California Voters Give Uber, Lyft A Win But Some Drivers Aren't So Sure

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

California Voters Give Uber, Lyft A Win But Some Drivers Aren't So Sure

"His voters give a green light to proposition 22 Jeff better from the Yes on 22 campaign says the issue of worker flexibility resonated with voters by a wide margin. I think at the end of the day's voters in California heard what they were saying listened and chose to stand with drivers. Prop 22 would've forced uber and live to classify workers employees, forcing the companies to provide unemployment protections. Minimum wage. Age, sick leave and other benefits. Steve Smith from the No. On 22 campaigns, says the fight for gig workers is far from over. There's going to be a discussion at the federal level. Ah, depending on the outcome of the presidency, we could see federal legislation potentially addressing some of these issues. Prop 22 is the most expensive proposition in California history with uber lift and door dash spending more than $200 million on the ballot initiative. On the national level. Democrats are keeping control of the house,

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Michael Steele, former RNC chairman: 'Donald Trump is the biggest block to the American Dream'

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

06:51 min | 1 year ago

Michael Steele, former RNC chairman: 'Donald Trump is the biggest block to the American Dream'

"Michael steele. Welcome back to the podcast. It would not be election day without you here. I'm going to ask you the same question. I always ask you but instead of at the end of doing it at the beginning. Are you still a republican. Absolutely yes even more. So and why. Because i really appreciated the number of republicans who have served inside the administration who recently left the administration to come out and say that this is not us. This is not what republicanism is is not what conservatism is. They agreed to stand with us in the center of the town square to declare our independence of trumpism and our resiliency in fight against it. And i appreciate that. Because i know it's not easy. It's not an easy thing for them to do. So tells me that there is a vibrancy left inside the party. And i think that we will find more and more of that vibrancy in the weeks and months ahead now. Those means won't be a fight. There will be a fight. Trumpism does not leave his host that easily and we know that i've called for political. Ima and i think the party's gonna need one and very happy to administer it so obviously i ask you that question all the time this time. I've asked the question because you've joined the lincoln project which has become you know a hero to people within the democratic party and certainly a lot of people who don't like the president because it has been unsparing in its criticism to put it lightly. So let's talk about the lincoln project and why you decided to go from. Being part of the establishment of the republican party is a former chairman of the republican national committee to joining an outfit. That's doing everything to defeat the standard bearer of the party right now president trump. It wasn't as hard transition as well may think because if you follow any part of my political career in the dc area you realize establishment was not something you would use to describe me out your very own newspaper and i have had bills battles so for me. It wasn't that big a move. Because i've always argued against a lot of the very things that checked off a lot of the then tea party. Now trump kind of conservatism. Because it's not really borne out of anything anchored to some of the core. Things at the party's articulate. And he says this really annoyed annoyance with the system the way it is and so a lot of us have always come spoken to that and saw how it would ravage. The base in many respects transition was not that hard for me to move off of it but it was made even easier. By the fact i watched how family in different the party was to its own existence. How profoundly indifferent it was to its own value system and how profoundly indifferent it was to the men and women who have served honorably and well from president to the door knocker on a campaign carrying that banner raising high that gop flag only to have it pissed on by donald trump and those who enabled him inside the party so for me that moment joining the pirate ship as we like to call it over at the lincoln project was easy because it was hanging out with kindred spirit who understood what this fight was about. This is more than just. Oh trump trump is bad for america. This was there's a lot of stuff that's going on right now. In america that is bad for america and we wanted to show that and speak to it and the party labels did matters. So a susan collins and lindsey graham. We're going to get just as much of a hit as donald trump or stephen miller. So it's important to understand what this is about and certainly what it is not about it is about first and foremost country has always been that and will always be that. And as i think. Steve smith and read jalen and rick wilson and others have noted when we get beyond this cycle which we hope will will result in the election of joe biden then we will begin to dismantle the deconstruction of the administrative state. That was put in place by steve bannon and and ryan's pre-bus on behalf of this president and maybe bury it in salt the earth with it where it's buried so that we don't have to go down this road again and yet here. We are at a moment where the president still has a fifty fifty shot of being re elected president of the united states. I mean from your vantage point just as a political tactician what would it say to you about where we are as a country and who we are as people if president trump is reelected. And that's the core point. I'm glad you raised because at the end of the day. All of the mac nation politics aside this ultimatum about how people see themselves and how people see their future in how people regard the values and the principles in the ideals of a fledgling nation. We are still a fledgling nation. You considered a great nation of the world who've been around so five six times seven times as long as we have who've weather storms far worse than we weathered but you know we have that hit me yet. Knowing that history we still fall into some of those same troops in most same. Trappings and his does speaker lot. Jonathan about how we see ourselves. We have in some respect be combination of victims and we are so angry at other that we've been project back on cells victimhood meaning while i can't because of them i don't get because of them my son and my children won't because of them. Well okay. let's start with that. That's not what this country about. There's not one slave or immigrant who's come to the shores. Who said that. Well i can't because the native americans

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Uber, Lyft may be forced to make drivers employees under new California court order

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Uber, Lyft may be forced to make drivers employees under new California court order

"California's Attorney General filing a legal motion against uber lift to force the get companies to classify workers as employees under the state's new employment law AB five Steve Smith with the California labor federation says the companies are cheating their workers out of basic protections like unemployment and Inslee's companies continue to break the law without

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Becoming the Expert - Allan Langer

Daily Sales Tips

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Becoming the Expert - Allan Langer

"Today's tip comes from Allan Langer. Allen's the author of the seven secrets to selling more by selling less that he wrote as an antidote to the numerous pitch trainings and teachings that have existed for decades, but simply didn't produce the results he knew could be achieved here. He is hey everyone allan. Langer here from the seven Secrets Center for sales and marketing and. And here is my sales tip for you. I call it becoming the expert and what I mean by this is perception. Is Reality Okay? You have to be perceived as the expert in your field, whether you are not so with today's attention span I just looked at some statistics and the average attention span today for the average human being is seven seconds especially online, so if there's someone out there who has a problem and they? They are looking for someone to solve that problem with product or a service. They are going to look to see if you are an expert and you have seven seconds from your standpoint to show them that you are where they need to have the perception that you are the expert. Let me give you an example of what I mean. Let's say I. I mean the market for Lampshades, and I, met a networking function and there's. There's well. There's two lampshade guys in the room so I meet both of them I take both of their business cards, and then I'm gone from the networking function and a few days later I think Oh, boy, I need to order lampshades. I pick up both business cards and I look at one, and says Joe Smith Lampshade consultant, and then I look at the other business card, and it says Steve Smith Senior lampshade consultant. Well now I. Don't really remember either person, but I'm going to call the senior lampshade consultant. Why because right there I am perceiving Steve as more of an expert than Joe simply because of his title. Okay, so you need to take a step back and look through the eyes of your customer to how you're perceived. Website on your company's website. What your title is! How are you perceive in your Lincoln Profile? Are you perceived as an expert in your field as an expert in your product or your service, or are you perceived as just another sales rep the perception right now. You have that seven seconds to have. Someone believed that you are the expert. Because once you do that, you'll have a much easier time getting in front of that customer. You'll have a much easier time selling that customer, because really you need to believe you're the expert as well, but the perception has to be there, and that has to be from the customer's standpoint. Okay, so that's my tip. Become the expert, the customer has to perceive you as the expert. And if they do, you'll have a much better time closing the

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Court Ruling On Popular Weedkiller Dicamba Upends Midwestern Agriculture

Environment: NPR

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Court Ruling On Popular Weedkiller Dicamba Upends Midwestern Agriculture

"A federal court has rebuked the Environmental Protection Agency and declared that it is no longer legal to spray. One of the country's most widely used herbicides. It's causing turmoil in mid Western agriculture NPR's Dan Charles has the story. Four years ago, the gave farmers a green light to expand their use of a Weedkiller, cold dyke, Cambe they started spraying it on new varieties of soybeans that had been genetically modified to tolerate the chemical, and from the beginning. It's been hugely controversial. Steve Smith is chairman of the save our crops coalition, which was set up to fight die Cambe. Problem is the chemistry of this product. It doesn't stay where it's supposed to. It sometimes evaporates and drifts into neighboring fields, orchards damage has been reported on millions of acres of other crops mostly soybeans. It was predicted. Predictable what the outcome would be! Several environmental groups sued the EPA saying that the agency violated the law by re approving those uses of Dot Cambe two years ago. And last Wednesday a Federal Circuit Court agreed revoked the EPA's decision. It was early evening in Illinois and Jean Pain President of the Illinois Fertilizer and Chemical Association outside grilling dinner. She came inside discovered dozens of messages on her phone. Everybody had questions what it means. Can I still use Dyke Cambe what is going on? That decision has thrown pains world into chaos, because we are in the middle of soybean production season in largest soybean state in the united. States, most soybeans in the country are now die. Cambe tolerant farmers ready to spray it. But in Illinois Minnesota and South Dakota pains, says state officials have been clear. The court's decision is the law guys. You need to quit using this. Other states are like Iowa have told farmers. It's still okay to spray die camp. Tells them not to. The EPA took several days to respond to the court's decision. Late on, Monday, it issued an order that bans any further sale of these specific dot com products, but the agency also says if farmers in professional applicators have already bought die, Cambe, they don't have to return it. They can spray it instead. Dan Charles NPR news.

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Americans Divided on Trump's Handling of COVID-19 Situation

Forum

02:53 min | 2 years ago

Americans Divided on Trump's Handling of COVID-19 Situation

"It's become a major kind of the bone of contention Steve Smith another member of the Lincoln project has come out and said that he holds trump responsible for so much of the economic collapse we have now as well as well the the the many of the deaths reaching close to a hundred thousand how much should you hold him responsible for those where we are now at the Pentagon I'm a trump obviously didn't cause the pandemic and many countries that where he does not cover and I've had severe economic effects so you can't hold a wholly responsible as president you're responsible for how you respond to crises on the crisis originates outside of your job is to manage and you know Donald trump's defenders will say things like well yet none of this is his fault because it happened outside the United States but the whole reason we hire presidents is to have someone there to respond to the response has been a failure and I think we can I've read a big article for the Atlantic sort of itemizing the timeline that shows why he failed through December January Donald trump's top priority was to negotiate some face saving trade deal to skate the trade war he had started against China that was weighing so heavily on his reelection prospects remember through the second half of twenty nineteen the economy was looking kind of soggy because the shock of the straight difficulties so he was building toward a big trade deal in January twenty twenty and he didn't want anything to distract from that and so he ignored everything on toward from China wouldn't save his neck and that is the real and that this is going to build a process bad news and things that bore him I think it's quite a line experts meant we lost months and months of this crisis was much worse than it had to be it it was going to be that no matter what they didn't have to be this bad what about what does someone like Charles blow of The New York Times says which is essentially that there is much work done from sands because in mid March he was still telling American people there's nothing to worry about this pandemic would be over and there simply weren't going to be more deaths right what trump is fantasising his method has always been in this is I think a big part of how he gauges the world the he tries to sell you the idea that this disgusting looking sake is really a great state this big university is a real university this is a multi multi level marketing scam is the way you are going to find a way to fame and fortune so that's the way he's he's done the presidency and he had enough windows is back for the first three years that it seemed to do well enough I have this you know hi my observation he's the rooster who took credit for the sunrise and now he finds the sun setting and he desperately wants to not take blame for the sunset but he didn't because the sun rise in the first place either

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March Madness: The Sandpaper Scandal

Sports Criminals

03:38 min | 2 years ago

March Madness: The Sandpaper Scandal

"March twenty fourth. Two thousand eighteen is now one of the most infamous days in the history of Cricket. But it wasn't because of an incredible player controversial officiating it's because somebody committed a be most brazen acts of cheating the sport had ever seen and it was all caught on camera. Welcome to sports criminals of our cast. Original this is the twenty ninth episode in our March Madness. Special this month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson and today's episode. We're going back to two thousand eighteen and a scandal known as sandpaper gate in rocked. The cricket world in shock fans and pundits alike when you see images of white-clad gentlemen playing cricket. It's hard to imagine. Any of them are capable of cheating. The sport is so proper that some games even feature a mandated. Lunch break in a twenty minute pause for afternoon tea but it was during one of these breaks that Australian cricketeres hatched one of the most notorious scandals in the sport's history March twenty four. Th Two thousand eighteen was the third day of a four match series between Australia and South Africa. The teams were nodded at one. A piece with South Africa was starting to pull away if the Australians did mount a comeback. They were in serious trouble desperate to gain edge on their rivals. Some of Australia's senior players came up with a plan team. Captain Steve Smith notice that the Africans were struggling with balls thrown with reverse swing akin to a knuckleball pitcher in baseball to give the ball movement Smith and Group of players decided to rough it up a bit on his way. Back out to the green fielder. Cameron bancroft grabbed piece of sticky tape from an equipment bag and stuffed it in his pocket when no one was looking. He grabs some dirt and stuck it on the tape creating sort of homemade sandpaper the next time. He got the ball. He used the tape to scuff it. he wasn't as sneaky as he thought. Tv cameras captured the whole thing and casted on the jumbotron for all to see. Bancroft tried to hide the evidence by quickly stuffing the tape down the front of his pants with the cameras. Already trained on him. It was too late. They replayed the close up of him hiding it in his pants then they replayed it again and again in slow motion. He had been caught red handed. Once play concluded for the day Smith in Bancroft confessed to everything as punishment Smith and vice captain. David Warner were suspended. For twelve months Bancroft was banned for nine though many made light of scandal known as Sandpaper Gate. It left a dark stain on the Australian cricket community. It created such a national controversy that Prime Minister Malcolm. Turnbull even weighed in. He declared to the whole nation. Who HOLDS THOSE? Who wear the baggy green up on a pedestal. This is shocking disappointment. Since then Steve Smith and the other disgraced cricketeres have served their sentences and return to the field. It's safe to say the fans and TV cameras will forever keep a close eye on.

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Hundreds of flights cancelled and thousands delayed as winter storm disrupts Thanksgiving travel

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Hundreds of flights cancelled and thousands delayed as winter storm disrupts Thanksgiving travel

"Paul thank you hundreds of flights were canceled and thousands delayed for travelers heading home after the thanksgiving holiday as a deadly winter storm moves to the northeast on Sunday packing one last punch of snow and ice the National Weather Service predicted more than a foot of snow and swaths of upstate New York and New England officer Steve Smith is with the Albany New York police department you see people traveling a little too fast because they don't have the proper equipment especially snow tires are trying to drive up things getting the getting stuck in the other thing I'm seeing too which is really important so we see a lot of people probably too closely when the roads are slick as they are right now give yourself some space between yourself and the

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Interview with John Nunemaker About His Developer Career

Ruby on Rails Podcast

06:40 min | 3 years ago

Interview with John Nunemaker About His Developer Career

"So John. What is your developer origin story yeah yeah what the basically the way it started as. I always enjoyed math and stuff like that in high school going way back and when I went to college I just started. I kind of assumed like there was some computer stuff going on so this was two thousand and two thousand four and a lot of stuff was was happening opening that seemed exciting and at the Ogden programming so I took some programming classes the first one I think was visual basic and I did well in the the class didn't really feel like I learned anything and then I took another class next semester that was see and the teacher was in my my opinion back then then it was hard core so it was like we were on Lenox. We learn how to compile. We were doing you know see and even some Pearl. I think also and I remember you're right out of the gate struggling big time I basically had not I basically learned how to program in the first class and so I I spent every office hours for the entire semester and pull my Grad from like an F. Which I had never had my entire life about three weeks into I think I ended up with like a b. Minus so ended up kind of getting the hang of it and and progressing then my senior year it would have been the end of my junior year. They had this major class where you could take one class for entire month and I was all you did so it was like really intensive three or four hours a day and I took a web job in like Photoshop class and absolutely love because it took the stuff that was cool programming. I enjoyed making Gregorian calendars and things like that but it being able to put it on the Internet and then instantly like have my mom was kind of next level and so I think that's from then on basically I've been hooked on the web so the next semester I took independent study in PHP and my sequel build a little bed and breakfast website and and then kind of fell into my first job and then fell into my second job small consultancies and stuff like that just cranking out websites and then I think from there ended up at Notre Dame and got to University of Notre Dame got to learn a lot of really good things in work around great team and Matt eventually who become kind of my co-founder at ordered list Steve Smith and and with the two of us hit it off. He was Kinda Front End. I was kind of back end and we both enjoyed our our parts and so I ended up leaving Notre Dame and joining him and then the rest of it you kind of mentioned where we went to build some stuff and eventually ended up at at hub so I think that's kind of where it started from me so it's basically like two thousand three two thousand four kind of got into some web stuff absolutely loved it and did nothing. I mean my entire twenty s were like way too much time with my sequel and that eventually into like ruby on rails and stuff like that was ordered list building ruby and ruby on rails yeah so we when and he went Steve and I were still at Notre Dame we built the content management system that we call conductor because conductor had an NDA and it was conducting inducting websites. We were very smart all the names we probably took all all the vowels out because that was when you know flicker and all those didn't have have bowel so that was probably it probably didn't have vowels either but basically we were like. We're going to build this in rails. It's going to be awesome and like I remember Notre. Dame was very against at the time against new technologies and so we kind of just did it. We paid for out of our departments funds instead of using like a general. It stuff like that and it was on rails and then when I joined ordered last I mean we were consultants basically but or list inc but what we did right away we knew long-term we wanted to be in products and so we started started harmony which was basically like we rebuilt conductor from the ground up as a way to make it faster for us to ship websites for clients basically and so that's kind of yeah so it was all all ruby on rails stuff so awesome will the next question I have for you is really kind of a two parter so first of all. I'd love to hear about box South Sports. What is that yeah so box out sports I just joined in January and what that is is it's basically we hope mostly college sports and now kind of delving into high school as well with their social media presence and so basically any kind of info graphic or game game update half and of Quarter player the game interesting stats quotes all the stuff that if you are on instagram lot you'll see it all over. ESPN bleacher report those kinds of things infographics huge on facebook and instagram sell the company started maybe five years ago and and it's again with Steve Smith and then with two other guys Raby lightfoot and Jeff Myers. Neither of them are programmers but the four of us are all in now and basically they. They started it. Maybe three or four years ago and I just joined and it's going really well. a lot of good saturation in College a lot of college sports use us for just updating on. Here's here's how all the Games are going for all their teams James Volleyball Men's and women's football soccer basketball baseball softball everything that you can kind of imagine we have different graphic packages packages for as really similar. I was talked to Steve. About how similar it is to harmony harmony was basically this like template and data's system where a developer would like like create this template and then that from that template we derive like a pretty form to show a contact person so they didn't have to worry about html and CSS and where things will go and just made it really easy for them to put it in and this infographics thing the exact same thing. It's basically like this template system where a developer primarily Japhet box out will create these templates and they have what what's what are the data inputs that we need and then when a sports information director her or someone who's athletics or a student worker whose at a game is doing an update they don't have to think about like what's our branding look like does this is this designed find well or any of that kind of stuff they have these stock templates they just fill in the data and then they get beautiful graphics to share just a a really simple way to like you know defined templates and end up with with Japex and PNG's and actually uses electron on the back end for some of the rendering and stuff like that which is kind of cool too.

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"steve smith" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on The Phinsider

"Apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast app. Like a fun team and whatnot. But ultimately, lacked 'plain. Yeah. And then when they went on the road in the playoffs at your they, they, they got thrashed. It was over way. So I mean they hit they had some like cool cool aspects on that team like some really fun like wasn't Patrick Ernie when their defensive ends? Keith, Keith brooking was our linebacker. That guy had a nice little run there. So. Yeah, I don't know Jim Mora, but so I didn't understand why he had to drag. Josh Rosen on that. I thought that was on professional. And it sounds like he really offered any insight or anything now sat sat there, and it was almost just like, you know, grasping at straws while while, you know where I'm when he's talking about this. You know, isn't millennial and everything. You're not telling me anything that's gonna change how I coach him. The wildest thing is like. Fast-forward a whole year after that he is replaced by Cuyler Murray. And there's talk him going to Miami or wherever he's going to events, Steve Smith has that same like outburst 'em, like just looks like idiot on TV again during the draft over a guy that, like we get it, we had this conversation, a year ago, people understand what the conversation was. Let go if it's a problem, he won't take them if it's not a problem someone will take him. And he'll play. That's all those two. Steve smith. Punchout a teammate. Yes, it like the lunch line in the cafeteria of the Panthers facility. Yeah. I've, I mean, don't get me wrong. Great player. Yeah. A incredible career what he was able to achieve. I always thought that guy needed therapy, though. Just I mean, like very like a very volatile temper on that, dude. I realized that, that's totally cool. When you're within the sidelines and. I out there like you know, we're on the grid iron where, you know, hey, this is where warriors come to play all that crap. But I don't know. I've just I've never really liked his attitude for someone to call Josh Rosen like that. I think about I want to say it was the two thousand five NFC championship, and they were in Seattle and he was totally showing up John FOX because he was all pissed off. He was trying to take over and everything. So I mean like that guy can just go ahead and take a step back. He was not the greatest teammate. I ever witness play the game football. So I don't know in I understand that he was just kind of shooting from the hip, and I'm sure an NFL network loved it because, you know, it creates conversation and that's the trap that I think they fell into which is sad. Yeah. We gotta catch up to ESPN. Like we don't mind some BS within here. Right. Yeah. Which is what I liked about NFL network in the first place. They didn't do that. You know they're very much. Hey, this is for the fan..

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"steve smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Jason Spencer also found the net. Ben Bishop thirty eight saves as they get that two one win and three to lead and that Western Conference semi from college football, Clemson has fired men's basketball systems, Steve Smith, his voice is heard on a federal wiretap at the ongoing trial into college corruption. Smith was also seen in an undercover video meeting with agent runner Christian Dawkins recording had something about recruiting Ziad. Williamson dockings is accused of bribing college basketball coaches, testified earlier this week closing arguments show images of him giving envelopes stuffed with cash to assistant. Coaches from Creighton university and other schools back in twenty seventeen the NC two as also rescinded its policy prohibiting championship events from being held in states that have legalized sports gambling backed baseball Marlins CEO Derek jeeter says he's unhappy with his team so far this season. He strips it down. And now he's unhappy and not just on the field recently fire president of business operations chip Bowers who was with the organization for fourteen years. He says he had to move on as their business strategy and accountability had to change on the field is teed kept on with their losing ways to do pitch hit. Well, d- bright field way back towards the bullpen. Brian McCann with a bomb over the right field wall. The Braves tack on two more runs and make it a five one lead..

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Clemson fires Steve Smith

SportsCenter AllNight

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Clemson fires Steve Smith

"From college football, Clemson has fired men's basketball systems, Steve Smith, his voice is heard on a federal wiretap at the ongoing trial into college corruption. Smith was also seen in an undercover video meeting with agent runner Christian Dawkins recording had something about recruiting Ziad. Williamson dockings is accused of bribing college basketball coaches, testified earlier this week closing arguments show images of him giving envelopes stuffed with cash to assistant. Coaches from

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Josh Rosen unfollows Arizona Cardinals on social media

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Josh Rosen unfollows Arizona Cardinals on social media

"Fate in Arizona was pretty much said after the cardinals took Murray with the number one overall pick. But even before Rosen was traded on Friday to Miami. He unformed the cardinals on his social media accounts. Well, that sit well with former wide receiver Steve Smith from NFL network who ripped the quarterback saying, quote when things don't go your way, you're going to cry in the corner yesterday. Smith continued his criticism of Rosen. Take a listen, I'm getting tired of this generation where when things don't go, right? They do this passive aggressiveness. You know pass it won't let me un-filed somebody. Let me do this. Let me do that my whole thing with Joshua necessarily that I I question a player. I don't question a player, but you see what goes Florida's did. I get them and says he's going to compete. Games about competing game main about what show draft staticy is. It's about what can you do on a football field? And are you ready to play ball or you go follow people Sosa? Median

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"steve smith" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Steve Smith. The invitation to Lexus is that set like other invitations. It is.

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Cricket: Disgraced Smith, Warner left out of Australia ODI squad for Pakistan

BBC World Service

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Cricket: Disgraced Smith, Warner left out of Australia ODI squad for Pakistan

"Cricket fans will remember the scandal dubbed sandpaper Gatewood balls were tampered with by Australia during a test in Cape, Tamil, Australia. Just announced a squad for their one day series against Pakistan and neither Steve Smith, nor David Warner have been included despite being eligible for the final two matches of that when they year long bands for their part in that

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"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Sit Back Relax and Shale scale with Steve Smith in the studio with us for the first hour of the show but now it's time for me to turn down the lights kick off the shoes the smelly feet south and chill out with the rest of you. This is another local band Chong bougie entity <music> <music> <music> uh-huh yeah <music> <music>. Now this is Siren Radio Lincoln Siren Radio.

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"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Even your friends family fans yeah yes some of these songs that I you know been Britain for quite a couple of years or so say. It's only been the last six months or up in outplaying them. Some of them have not played as much. I live <hes> this one in particular because it was always go wrong and it's wrong all day today. When I've been practicing so fingers crossed goes right tonight but yeah I mean I write songs because I like people to enjoy listening to music music's brilliant music in everyday life? If at least just one person likes it then then that's fantastic so we need I'm trying to keep up with <hes> the messages and comments that we've been getting in so far need to chat text messages as well but <hes> Hello Pete and Andy who are listening in a cave from Lincoln's got into Church and said I love this Song Grit lyrics nicely done and I'll. I'll have a look during the next song. Let's talk about this less track because <hes> it's got a great meaning behind it. Hasn't it has yeah this song is actually for my wife who hopefully listening tonight. I wrote it quite some time ago couple years back <hes> what we celebrated our tenth wedding anniversary last October. It's played it there for her says about challenges when you everyone every relationship has challenges and stuff but it's all about if you ask the question at the end of the day. Would you change anything on this implant so that no I wouldn't. Let's take a lesson his final song of the evening Steve Smith. I'd still pick you live on siren radio. <music> cue for the thing firm wasn't key foreign so true when you walk my way you to me Nice hot and soon win the your is though the roadway walk his long yeah wind and their mountains in the way far climb hi and so decisions that we may come. You've held my hand through Outta. We stay strong. I will follow so you ask. If you want me to turn back time and I.

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"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Even your friends family fans yeah. Yes some of these songs that I you know been Britain for quite a couple of years or so. Put up like I say it's only been the last six months ripping out playing them. Some of them have not played as much live <hes> this one particularly because it was always go wrong and it's a long all day today when I've been practicing so fingers crossed it goes right tonight but yeah I mean I write songs because I like people to enjoy listening to music music's six brilliant music in everyday life I if at least just one person likes it then then that's fantastic not so we need <hes> I'm trying to keep up with <hes> the messages and comments that we've been getting in so far need chat text messages as well but <hes> Hello Pete and Andy who are listening in a cave from Lincoln's got into action said love this song great lyrics nicely done and I'll. I'll have a look during the next song. Let's let's talk about this less track because <hes> it's got a great meaning behind. It has an eight hi. This song is actually for my wife who hopefully listening tonight. I wrote it quite some time ago. A couple years back <hes> what we celebrated our tenth wedding anniversary last October played it there for her. It says about <hes> challenges when you get everyone every relationship has challenges and stuff police all about if you ask the question at the end of the day. Would you change anything on this is. Implant so that no I wouldn't. Let's take a listen his final song of the evening Steve Smith. I'd still pick you live on siren radio. <MUSIC> UH-HUH Q. for the found from wasn't key foreign so true when you walk my way you to me nice hot and soon win. The young is though the roadway walk his long wind and their mountains in the way far climb <music>. I'm in decisions that we may come. You've held my hand throughout him. We stay strong. I will follow Oh you.

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"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:58 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Side of the road. Oh sure and a magma on your mom play it would feel so strange away with you. You you coming round to my way of thinking. Can you broke the ball. Stop shoot firm sing you home ahead. I want the land ending where you the very day. The G. were the same <music> and secure drink my baby next sue me little laid cure so strange breed you repaying a fine. I WANNA really I'm not a fan when I try and you'll hear young jacket I love the <hes> yourself. uh-huh <music> McMahon play spun fuel soon strange away with you and I wan I'm really I'm not try Israel here. Young Kid I love say sperm Snob Berra's Samuel Song every way with her way the way to Siren Radio Music. You Love Liz. Everyone's by Steve Smith. You're listening to an chill on Siren radio. My Name's Valentine. I'm with you until midnight. Get in touch coach Tweet us at Sarah F._M.. Or text in audible seven nine seven eight hundred seven one six shila you <music> <music> <music> <music> and when you don't say Lord I could do <music> <music> fleetwood Mac man of the world. You're listening to Siren Radio Muslims Valentine. I'm taking up to mid Nice with.

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"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Seven point three. You're listening to siren radio. It's just gone ten o'clock on your Monday evening Sky Valentine it is time to sit back relax and chill really guest in the studio with me this evening. Steve Smith is GonNa be performing live in the studio of I it's the Stereo phonics Dakota <music> <music> <music> Blue Copy uh-huh uh since take me uh-huh tame for me. This is.

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"steve smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:56 min | 3 years ago

"steve smith" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"We're talking earlier in the program about the dominance of Larry FitzGerald in the forty third Super Bowl that catch and run shot out of a cannon to the end zone. That was a moment where it looked like the Carter going to win and FitzGerald is going to be the MVP. It was not to be that was that that we had run on the Tennessee titans. That year we had run against the Pittsburgh Steelers and had success. And I think they stole that from us and ran it. I didn't mean to cut you off there. Sorry. No. No, no. But that that really was just a moment where it's just seared into your brain. And it felt like it was inevitable at that point that the cardinals the cardinals the nine and seventeen all the worst nine and seventeen to ever be in the postseason. And and it's just the worst team ever to be in the postseason and they won game after game after game made it to the bone almost wanted. So that's inspired today's draft. I wanna make sure I get this. Right. The most dominating playoff performance in defeat. It can be Super Bowl. It can be a playoff run. It can be a playoff game. So it gives us. Us a lot of different ways, we can go. Sometimes it's harder. When there's a lot of different, right? Chris you get the call. I know what the first pick is going to be we've kind of given it away. So the first pick is for who gets Larry FitzGerald, Chris. Go ahead. It is rigged. Go ahead. Take tales, please go ahead. I'll let you have Larry FitzGerald heads after what happened for the patriots on Sunday C heads never sheds. Arrangement heads. Go ahead. Take them. I'll take Larry FitzGerald in two thousand and ate the entire playoff run beginning to end he elevated his game to a higher level. It was incredible. And he should have gotten a Super Bowl win out of it. That was when we first started thinking of the guy's a hall of Famer it was only his fifth NFL season. So yes, Larry FitzGerald and end of story hand off the checker. Final answer. I went. Oh my gosh. You're so ridiculous. You're you're unbelievable. Okay. I mean, hey that was a great performance. It wasn't even the best reporters. I've seen it a wide receiver in a losing effort. I'm gonna give that one to Terrell Owens and what he did coming off a broken leg against the New England Patriots. I mean, the fact that he broke his ankle. What was it stats nine weeks before eight weeks before and was able to play and be the number one wide receiver on the field? I know Dionne branch had a good day that day as well on the other side, but be the number one threat for the Philadelphia Eagles and what they did. And for him to. Play in a game. Of course of that magnitude and him have to rush his recovery to make it, and then, you know, just deliver a lot more than I certainly expected at the time. I thought he was going just be shelve himself a guy that was going to be used as a decoy, but was really the focal point of the eagles game plan. Nine catches one hundred and twenty two yards on a short time after a broken leg where we didn't think he's gonna play. I gotta give him a lot of credit for that performance. The guts the toughness everything about it. Yeah. And and right Owens had that one game in the postseason, and he would have been the MVP. If the eagles had won the game, just like FitzGerald would have been the MVP of Super Bowl, forty forty-three. If the cardinals had won the game. I am. This is where the first two were easy. Now, it gets a little. Things in their staff. Not I'm not looking at what he's writing Brady Tom Brady last year in Super Bowl, fifty two. That was my next pick. I had down to him and another guy I want with Brady because the other guy. I don't think you're gonna take Tom Brady had five hundred five passing yards last year. Three touchdowns in no picks in a defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles in large part because Malcolm Butler was on the sideline the entire game. But I'm sure no one is bitter about that a year later. I wonder if there's any fumes of that floating around is the patriots get ready for Super Bowl fifty three regardless Brady had a performance better than most quarterbacks. Having winning efforts Brady was dominant. We're not gonna think of him because he's already got his five rings. He should have six. You could argue he should have seven. You could argue he's done everything in his power to have eight. Yeah. No, definitely. I mean, certainly has stats stop writing this crap. And he was not going to. He had to send you a strange shot. Yeah. Last year. I had o two thousand four Tom Brady last year. Okay. So take that. All right. I'm gonna go one. That's a little maybe less popular. Okay. A little a one that. I don't think anybody's thinking of. But this is one of the all-time needs. It's going to be really good all the time. Great defensive performances by a guy that is by no means a household name and how about Super Bowl fifty Kony ealy. Okay. They lost the football game. But Kony ealy had three sacks and an interception and a past defendant in the football game. I mean, that's that's pretty remarkable stat line for a defense. I mean von Miller won MVP two and a half sacks in that game. And here was Kony ealy with an interception and three sacks added onto that. I thought that was pretty incredible effort by him on that day where man that was a that was a great Super Bowl. You know, that was a nail biter that was awesome to watch. But Kony ealy. Yeah. He deserves a little credit for what he did on that day. That was a special moment for him and his big game of his life. And I remember thinking that if Kony ealy had been a free agent going into that off season how much money he would have made. But he still was under contract for one more year. Right. He eventually did. He get traded to the patriots. And then the patriots cut him. Yeah. This something like that. I feel like there was a team that somewhere in between. But I didn't see played for the jets. She's played for the raiders. But it felt like this guy was on the brink of becoming a star. But but just like other Super Bowl heroes who who won the game and won the MVP and went on to do nothing. Dexter jackson. Remember him with your Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Although that was the year before you got there right up the guy the guy from the college game day, why am I blanked Howard? He had the great head the great game. Larry brown. Right. The year before Desmond Howard had the two picks of Neil O'Donnell, guys all one. So they don't qualify for this. All right. I'm gonna go with a guy who had multiple great Super Bowl not Super Bowl performances, but playoff performances in his career never won a Super Bowl. But Steve Smith two thousand three Steve Smith two thousand three two thousand and three year. The Panthers made it to the Super Bowl and lost to the Steelers lost to the loss of the page. I'm doing two things at once. Loss to the patriots in two thousand and two Steve Smith was great in that playoff run. And this is more than just the Super Bowl because the Super Bowl numbers weren't great. Although he did have an impressive touchdown in the Super Bowl in the postseason run. If I can get these numbers to come up for two thousand prepared at seventy thousand was prepared. But I looked up Kony ealy in the window that I had my Steve Smith and like an idiot day four hundred thirty five yards against the Cowboys one hundred sixty three yards against the Rams in that double overtime victory where he was shot out of a cannon on the green cement at the Edward Jones dome. He only had fifteen yards in the championship game against the eagles. But then he had four catches for eighty yards and a thirty nine yard touchdown in. What was very close. What it scoreless until late in the first half Super Bowl between the Panthers and the patriots. But Steve Smith was impressive and equally impressive three years later. Can I pull them both together stats can I go? This whole segment here. He was good in week fifteen leading up to the playoffs. I mean, holy crap. Are you if I were to display one of these fingers, right, which one do you think it would be can I show you which one I'll show? No, no, no, no. Go ahead. Okay. All right. I don't know. I guy just won the draft of that long. Talk of Steve Smith and forty four catches radars blonde. Let's go going with Thurman Thomas. Okay. Super Bowl twenty-five Thurman Thomas. I was there to witness it. We've talked about it a few times this week, right? How Bella check came up with this great game plan to stop the K gun and Jim Kelly and they're throwing in passing attack. That was so phenomenal. They'd come off at fifty one two three victory against the Oakland or the Los Angeles Raiders at the time and the AFC championship game. Well, the giants are like we're not gonna throw the ball over the field on us and Thurman Thomas had fifteen Russia's fifteen Russia's for a hundred and thirty five yards another five or sections for fifty five yards and a few touchdowns to go along with it. He was phenomenal on that day. He was the best player on the bills team. The giants had no answer for him. And that was the first time I know in my lifetime where I watched the Super Bowl. And at the end of the game. I was going man who's going to win the MVP is Thurman Thomas going to win the MVP even if they lose this ball game. I mean, I know I was young. But I was obsessed with sports, and I thought that might have been one of those times. But of course, OJ Anderson got it because he had awesome day run in the rock as well. I have a harder time getting on board with that one. Because the game plan was to let Thurman Thomas do those things. Right. That was the Bill. Check pitch to the giants defensive players who wanted to kill him. When he said, hey, if Thurman Thomas has one hundred yards rushing, we're gonna win this game. So that fit the whole ballot. Check effort to take the steam out of the k gun offense and slow down the Buffalo Bills. So I don't feel that that's the same kind of aerobic performance, the Terrell Owens had 'cause I have a feeling that the patriots in that Super Bowl against the eagles were indeed trying to take Carol Owens out of the lawyering this subject four receptions for eighty yards was worse than Thurman Thomas's performance. Okay. Was the whole. Championship game. What'd you say the championship? But he had a best Smith reached a new level and two thousand five I wanted to I wanna pull two thousand. Sorry career career playoff award for a guy that never want a super just pick me is the winner now because he's trying to change the rules of the draft as he's on to pick the.

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Officials defend actions after migrant girl dies in custody

The Lead with Jake Tapper

03:32 min | 3 years ago

Officials defend actions after migrant girl dies in custody

"Made the difficult journey through treacherous terrain. This is just a very sad example of the dangers of this charity, according to DHS customs and border patrol agents. Apprehended the girl and her father on December six at the antelope wells border port of entry in western New Mexico along with a group of migrants turning themselves in to the US agents. It was there that DHS says her father at first told border agents his daughter was in good health. It was noted on an English language intake form that the father signed. But he does not speak English. The father and daughter waited for hours before boarding. Rush to a nearby border station. DHS says on the way to Lord Burgh, New Mexico ninety five miles away the girl ran a high fever and started vomiting at one point. She stopped breathing agents revived her and called the head for emergency medical help just over an hour after reaching the border station. She was airlifted to providence children's hospital in El Paso, Texas, one hundred sixty miles away. Her father traveled there separately. The girl suffered cardiac arrest in the hospital was revived but did not recover. She died on the morning of December eight the coroner has not ruled on her cause of death this family chose to cross illegally. What happened here was they were ninety ninety miles away from where we could process them. We gave immediate care. We'll continue to look into the situation. But again, I cannot stress how dangerous this journey is. When migrants she used to come here illegally does administration take responsibility for a parent taking child on a trek through Mexico. To get to this country. No, not far from this hospital in El Paso, the group border network for human rights takes issue with the Trump administration blaming the girl's father. This is not the America that we believe that we used to believe I I mean, mean. the decision of the border these tuition is going to come in on the rest of our society. This is not what the Mary Kay. And Jake the department of homeland security inspector general says that it will launch an internal investigation into the death of this young girl in that the report will be made public, but critics are also wondering why it took DHS more than a week to talk about this case publicly and asking why took a news report to bring this story to light Jake. All right eleven Darren El Paso. Thank you so much be sure to tune in this Sunday morning to state of the union. I guess we'll be Senator Susan Collins, congressman Elijah Cummings. It all starts at nine AM and noon eastern our coverage on CNN continues right now. I will see you Sunday morning. Have a good weekend. So many people around the world, depend on CNN's quality reporting. Now, they have an incredible online store, we've clothes gear and gadgets right now, you can get fifteen percent off your purchase. Just visit store dot CNN dot com. And when you're checking out into the code CNN podcast, just one word get a fifteen percent discount. It's that simple. That store dot CNN dot com. What's up everybody? Steve Smith here. Letting you know that players only is back on a new night. Come hang with me, see web. Isaiah thomas. Kevin McHale g a three D And Candace Parker every Monday night. We'll be bringing you the nights NBA action. Like only the players

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Stan Lee's death reminds us we need his superheroes more than ever

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:56 sec | 4 years ago

Stan Lee's death reminds us we need his superheroes more than ever

"Comic. Book legend, STAN Lee has passed away at ninety five with more. Here's USA's. Chris Barnes created or co created Black Panthers. Spiderman the X men the mighty four fantastic. Four honored, man. The incredible hulk and ant man on countless other characters got started in comics in nineteen thirty nine joining timely comics as an office assistant publisher founded by Lee's cousin in law. Martin Goodman, would eventually transform into marvel comics in one thousand nine hundred sixty one Lee ran and wrote her marvel until nineteen seventy-two took all the role of publisher as early as passing on Monday morning at cedars Sinai hospital at BBC entertainment reporter, Steve Smith, puts it this way, spider man, and man on man and the rest will continue to slug it out without STAN. The film studios have lost. The most precious they ever got their hands on

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