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Google revelations trigger swift bipartisan call for action

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:46 min | 6 months ago

Google revelations trigger swift bipartisan call for action

"All this week. Congress has been holding antitrust hearings with a specific i on big tech companies and also this week in investigation published in politico found that nearly a decade ago commissioners at the federal trade commission apparently ignored evidence. That google was building an anticompetitive monopoly in search advertising. It's a topic for quality assurance where we take a second look at big tech story in the news. Matt stoler is research director at the nonprofit election economic liberties project in two thousand twelve. The federal trade commission said we have a bunch of evidence that google is trying to monopolize the entire internet and the five commissioners voted five. Did nothing not to bring a case. So you fast. Forward eight years and google is this giant intermediates the flow of information all over the world controls the internet and there are anti-trust cases against it from a whole bunch of states and forces all over the world which are effectively the anti-trust cases that the ftc did not bring in two thousand twelve companies. Trying to get bigger is not that unusual. What was it about what google was doing at the time that suggested that there should have been a case competing by improving your product or service is what we want but competing by signing agreements to exclude your competitors so that they can't get into the market. That's the essence of antitrust law. Google pays today about ten to fifteen billion dollars a year to apple saying when consumers use their iphones and they open safari on their iphones and they do a search that search automatically goes through google. There were emails that were revealed in this case. They were in the footnotes. That said the effectively the google executives were saying. Yeah we're doing we're signing these deals to monopolize we're signing these deals to exclude competitors from the market in some ways tech with a new crash industry. Then it is clear from these papers that you know. The economists working with the ftc made some predictions that were couldn't have been more wrong. Let's say can you chalk this up to simply not understanding what was happening in the tech industry or what could happen. So one part of a broad problem of elite lawlessness in america and across the west the way that anti-trust lawyers think about the world. They just are completely out of touch that that has to do with a very old school framework where they only look at What's called consumer welfare. If something is good for consumers that's the only thing they care about and they were like. Oh google offers a bunch of free stuff. And then if they're doing that the nothing that they do is bad and the so they accepted a whole bunch of arguments from google and essentially said to the commission don't file a case meanwhile the anti-trust lawyers at the ftc. Were like yeah. This is obvious stuff. This is really. this is really bad.

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"stoler" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

The Crime Cafe

02:32 min | 8 months ago

"stoler" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

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"stoler" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"stoler" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning New York. This is cats. Roundtable truncates Matiz here. Sunday morning. New York. Well we're practically shut down What's going on in the real estate industry? Well one of our cities and countries experts in real estate. We have with Michael Stoler from the stoler report. Good Morning Mister stolen morning. You're on how you well now. City shut down A lot of the tenants paying rent the restaurants are closed. The theatre district is closed. You wanted to is. It has his ears to the ground. And you talk to everybody. I give us everybody's feelings what's going on. Here's the general feeling this week. Many the banks were questioning whether people are gonna be paying their payments. You know April first is not far away mortgage payments. Do you know rental payments to do and many tenants and gone around and are trying to negotiate with Ed. Thanks recently came out with a detailed report. A mini the banks around the country saying that they're going to defer the principal payments on a mortgage But they want the interest to be paid Some landlords or offering concessions they spoke to launch bank than you and I both know rather well who said that. They are not going to publicize that they're going to offer reductions in principle payments and interest. It's a case by case Some banks of you're talking about restaurants that are certain lenses out here in New York City. One of them used to country bank which is now part of Ocean. I make forty percent of the country. Banks loans with the bars and restaurants in the city. Basically closed they. They all dependent on Saint Patrick's Day and it was no business over there so having some bank ocean I they come out with a policy. They issued a press release. Being one of the first banks saying that they're going to be able to give at least a ninety day deferral on the principal payment and maybe more Hospitality that's that is battalion market. It's completely closed their Many the banks Many of the people banks who looking at hospitality loans said you know? There's no way I'm going to look at it. You know especially with what the the president is called the Chinese over there right now. Flushing there a couple of new husband in flushing construction. That cease to begin. And it's just you know The mayor and then on the what's going on As I was saying with regard to the hotels You Have Cousin York which we call extended stay over thirty days these these hotels. Nobody's going in the airport hotels. Who's WHO's running through the airport so the fact 'cause nobody's flying and the fact that many hotels that the airport had ninety ninety five percent occupancy CONC- today and they'd be fifteen percents This is just a devastating effect to the city. All over the city over there. How are you were over reacting a little bit or you think we're doing the right thing? I think we're doing the right thing but the question is you know People are scared. People or worried people you know but as you and I will walk a little bit on the street over there. I went to my office the other day and I'm really working from home but I'm going out so I don't get cabin fees. I mean people are definitely scared. And there's a different over. The reaction people need a solution. People WanNA say blue and they wanna see something whether it's thirty days sixty days from now and on the bank situation. I think with the common sense that the banks will do is on somebody situations. They'll take the amount that's past due and rewrote it into the the principal and go forward and let everybody get started again. Don't you think it's a smart thing to do? I think many of the banks have already made that decision. Okay their stocks devastated when JP mall one hundred and forty dollars. Shares down to eighty six dollars a share and on the banks over there. You know like local banks mutual which was a very good bank of your stock is about eighty dollars a share now. I checked P. Morgan when Jamie Diamond J. P. Morgan was sixty and I. I saw that as indication I should buy to. Ceo is buying it. And I can't believe That we gave it all back. You're right I mean I'll give you an example of serving the banks who were saying that you know we have to be able to do that. We have to just but the irony is. You would think that business is closed in the banks. I was on the phone yesterday. with the Chief Learning Officer. New York Community Bank. It says they're still having committee meetings. We were living with the zoo. I mean people are operating you know kind of current marketing Taylor Via the Internet to work at the hotels and you know the loans. But it's a very difficult time especially for the real estate industry. I mean when you hear Danny. Meyer was one of the best. Operators language eighty percent of his employees. You know It's it's just a travesty of the situation. But you know walking around. You don't see any restaurants opening and this is GonNa be you know the the big questions on is everybody believes this. Panacea we'll be over because you know it's only two weeks until March thirty first. Michael I will tell you what I think. There will be a solution I think. President trump has the courage to force a solution. I in other words. If there's five drugs that looked like they work he's not going to say to the FDA will take thirteen months and do you take your time figuring out which one is better. I think he's you know allow people that are sick and Nine hundred shape. Take those drugs. You'll be a working experiment and I think it's a writing to do. It's better to take experimental drug than just dropped. That that's right you know you can't you can't sit there and just saying you know I'm GONNA wake or I'm gonNA Shiver. I'm waiting for this to happen. You have to take actions but I think the best example. You've been numerous times on my show. This report. We started in November of two thousand and one the worst time to start a show which has now been on for nineteen years. And I still remember on the show people and say he's GonNa blow the Lower Manhattan. Let's go to the restaurants we're GONNA live workshop of visit Lohman happy. Look what's happening we'd survive. We grow and we're going to continue to grow and continue to grow and I agree with you. I bless New York. Thank you for calling into Sunday morning. John Good Day thank you catch roundtable. Be Right back..

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"stoler" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

The Crime Cafe

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"stoler" Discussed on The Crime Cafe

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"stoler" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We're talking to Bill Stoler CEO, chairman of the board express employment professionals. Right. I see recently released a report on the state of blue collar workers in America. Can you share some insights? Of course, Sean it's good to speak with you again play releasing this white paper focused on blue collar workers in America. We wanted to help future job seekers determine if pursuing these jobs is a smart decision in what express found is that eighty six percent of a blue collar workers surveyed said they are satisfied with their jobs. Sixty four percent said they would encourage a family member or friend to pursue a career in their field of work. Right. That's very interesting now when you say blue collar work, what exactly are you referring to? Well, these are good jobs in construction manufacturing transportation, and we're housing and areas such as agriculture forestry and more forty nine percent of the worker surveyed. We're. In skilled trades and eighteen percent cited technology was a significant part of their jobs. That's my former life and these are blue collar jobs. They're in high demand right now for the first time in modern history. Collar job openings outnumber white collar opportunities really putting job seekers in the driver's seat. When it comes to their job. Search nearly three fourths of blue collar workers in the US say there is a good career path in their line of work..

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"stoler" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We're talking to Bill Stoler CEO, chairman of the board express employment professionals see recently released a report on the state of blue collar workers in America. Can you share some insights? Of course, Sean it's good to speak with you again by releasing this white paper focused on blue collar workers in America. We wanted to help future job seekers determine if pursuing these jobs is a smart decision. And what express found is that eighty six percent of a blue collar workers surveyed said they are satisfied with their jobs. Sixty four percent said they would encourage a family member or friend to pursue a career in their field of work. All right. That's very interesting now when you say blue collar work, what exactly are you referring to? Well, these are good jobs in construction manufacturing transportation, and we're housing and areas such as agriculture. Forestry and more forty nine percent of the worker surveyed were in skilled trades and eighteen percent cited technology was a significant part of their jobs. That's my former life and these are blue collar jobs. They're in high demand right now for the first time in modern history. Collar job openings outnumber white collar opportunities really putting job seekers in the driver's seat. When it comes to their job. Search nearly three fourths of blue collar workers in the US say there is a good career path in their line of work..

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"stoler" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hey, we're talking to Bill Stoler CEO, chairman of the board express employment professionals. All right. I see a recently released a report on the state of blue collar workers in America. Can you share some insights? Of course, Sean it's good to speak with you again by releasing this white paper focused on blue collar workers in America. We wanted to help future job seekers determine if pursuing these jobs is a smart decision. And what express found is that eighty six percent of the blue collar workers surveyed said they are satisfied with their jobs. Sixty four percent said they would encourage a family member or friend to pursue a career in their field of work. All right. That's very interesting now when you say blue collar work, what exactly are you referring to? Well, these are good jobs in construction manufacturing transportation, and we're housing and areas such as agriculture forestry and. More forty nine percent of the worker surveyed were in skilled trades and eighteen percent cited technology was a significant part of their jobs alas, my former life, and these are blue collar jobs. They're in high demand right now for the first time in modern history. Blue-collar job openings outnumber white collar opportunities really putting job seekers in the driver's seat. When it comes to their job. Search nearly three fourths of blue collar workers in the US say there is a good career path in their line of work..

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"stoler" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Hey token, Bill Stoler CEO, chairman of the board express employment professionals. Right. I see recently released a report on the state of blue collar workers in America. Can you share some insights? Of course, it's good to speak with you again by releasing this white paper focused on blue collar workers in America. We wanted to help future job seekers determine if pursuing these jobs is a smart decision in what express found is that eighty six percent of the blue collar workers surveyed said they are satisfied with their jobs. Sixty four percent said they would encourage a family member or friend to pursue a career in their field of work. Right. That's very interesting now when you say blue collar work, what exactly are you referring to? Well, these are good jobs in construction, manufacturing, transportation and warehousing and areas such as agriculture forestry. And more forty nine percent of the worker surveyed were in skilled trades and eighteen percent cited technology was a significant part of their jobs. That's my former life and these are blue collar jobs. They're in high demand right now for the first time in modern history. Collar job openings outnumber white collar opportunities really putting job seekers in the driver's seat. When it comes to their job. Search nearly three fourths of blue collar workers in the US say there is a good career path in their line of work..

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"stoler" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Talking to Bill Stoler CEO, chairman of the board express employment professionals. Right. I see recently released a report on the state of blue collar workers in America. Can you share some insights? Of course, Sean it's good to speak with you again. By releasing this white paper focused on blue collar workers in America. We wanted to help future job seekers determine if pursuing these jobs is a smart decision in what express found is that eighty six percent of the blue collar workers surveyed said they are satisfied with their jobs. Sixty four percent said they would encourage a family member or friend to pursue a career in their field of work. Right. That's very interesting now when you say blue collar work, what exactly are you referring to? Well, these are good jobs in construction manufacturing transportation, and we're housing and areas such as agriculture forestry and more forty nine percent of the worker surveyed we're in skilled trades and eighteen percent cited technology was a significant part of their jobs. That's my former life and these are blue collar jobs. They're in high demand right now for the first time in modern history collar job. Job openings outnumber white collar opportunities really putting job seekers in the driver's seat. When it comes to their job. Search nearly three fourths of blue collar workers in the US say there is a good career path in their line of work..

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"stoler" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"Even if a failure to disclose his deemed accidental this leaves the company completely open to legal liability, even on issues, not pertaining to this Bill now, you could take the opposite opinion, you know, what about Google Amazon's right to your every conversation. You know, why why should they be left out? I'm actually getting this from Matthew Stoler Twitter feed. He is a person on Twitter who had these salient points in raised this to the tension. And he's right. You know, this is important. He likes these talking points as well. Because they're a little bit absurd. And. There are definitely interesting questions. Right. Who gets defined consent? Is that the owner is the user how the owner different from the user, we we don't know. And they don't know either because they can't distinguish by voice, but we do have in this country one party states, one party consent states where one pirate side of the recording can consent. I don't remember. If Illinois is a one party consent state or not, but the secret microphone Bill was pretty much gutted. There are no private rights of action. There's no ability to hold a manufacturer liable. Even if Google secretly puts microphones inside other products. Basically just more terms of service that will get tacked on at the end of a click through. It's kind of nuts. I. I wish that it had been able to go for without being neutered like that. Because I think that would have put the responsibility on companies as opposed to on the consumer to decide if they're being spied upon or not. You know, it would it would have given people some protection against microphones being remotely enabled. And as it is unless you're an apple user, you you don't have a lot of those protections, Android, you can remotely enable Google Amazon happily remotely, enable they all say that they're doing it only on the wake word, and it seems so far to be true. But his the story is that Amazon has no no processes for reporting. If they hear a crime. So this is a really difficult situation really difficult world. All right. Well, that's the time. We have this has been the apple insider podcast, William where can people find you on the internet? I live at William at apple insider dot com and also pop up on Twitter through keyboards recently, got immeasurable no telling no telling it, all I'm at v marks on Twitter at Victor, apple insider dot com, and I wanna thank you all so much for having joined us, and we will be back next week with more..

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"stoler" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Still Segel's dream project and they did five year engagement after the waiter. Who from the buffet who? Then punches Jason Segel later. You know, this is. Yeah. Cloudy, rob Kleiner, rabs surfer from romantic generation. Unreal. Yeah. I definitely didn't know that. When I first saw I didn't know it watching shows like that kalani. And then he seemed taller in the movie. Then I think he is. I don't know they pulled that he is so memorable in that movie because he brings them the second the second rumble, and you'll does seem cool Jason Segel's reaction to him. How he cast in this out of that even happen is probably hanging out Hawaii surfing. All right, ten talk about Jason Segel's, dick. Oh, boy should be. Be quick be quick to this. So the director nNcholas Stoler gave an interview and talked about how there was a little self fluffing before the scene was Siegel. He he said, and I quote, I'm just gonna read the quotes. Great because showed actually melted this seat. Jason wanted to make sure his penis wasn't too small because it was cold in the studio, but it was a fine line because having an erection while getting dumped wouldn't really readers truthful. So he would be backstage with materials provided him by the prop pastor, and then would y'all I'm ready. I'm ready would come running out with shoot. I don't know of hard is the right word for more like a semi Chubb. She didn't feel like he got to that place to meet owes like totally normal penis. But then again, I wasn't the one showing it. I don't wanna keep talking about this. Let us to read that. And then we're going to talk about. Jab is to get information about the movie job. Nobody cuts jackass about this movie. Podcast. Listen to one of the most renowned.

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"stoler" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"I see with using the pepper spray in the house was when they I wonder about in this conversation is is like what you just said the guy who's coming to kill you. And I wonder in a in a robbery situation. I don't know what any of this districts are. But what you know, what is the percentage of robberies that turn into people brandishing or using deadly force. I would suspect this probably pretty low. In other words, the the intent of most people coming in your home is not just probably not to kill you. The intent is to come in and get stuff that they can go off and and sell and so forth. They wanna get out of there unscathed as well. So is is this what I suspect is. And I'm totally talking on my butt here. Because I don't know what the stats are. But. What I suspect is is that you know, they bear I line of defense is retreat. I would guess that's that's that's what you want. That's definitely what you want you want cowardice thieves. But in my neighborhood, we've had people come in ring the doorbell like a eighty year old woman opened the door. They banged her on the head with a hammer and went in Stoler stuff. So it's it's very kind of different based on where you're at. You know, it depends on how desperate the people that are in your area are to get your stuff. You know, it in some places they just wanna come in get your stuff and leave. And they they're, you know, they're it's crimes of passion. They're just like, I just need some cash, whatever. But sometimes they are going to be violent..

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San Diego judge urges officials to meet family reunification deadlines

RMWorld Travel Connection

05:08 min | 3 years ago

San Diego judge urges officials to meet family reunification deadlines

"Under arrest accused of planning to set his building on fire and burned jews miami beach police say seventy two year old walter edwards stoler was facing eviction and was angry with his jewish neighbors now he's charged with attempted murder after detectives found twenty eight containers of gasoline and explosive materials inside his storage unit local news reports please acted on a tip thursday and fans doper in the parking garage appa condo complex moving to plastic containers of gasoline the also found gasoline filled containers in the garbage chute dumpster and discovered artifacts with swastikas and books of nazi ideology inside the residence and arrest report says stopper told detectives he was planning a small barbecue a federal judge in san diego says the trump administration is making significant progress in complying with a court order to reunite children separated from their families on the us mexican border fox's dance springer judge dana soubra said the government is working in good faith and has largely complied with a deadline last wednesday to have all all kids under five reunited with their parents now the administration has twelve days to reunite the five to seventeen year olds with their parents the goal is to reconnect two hundred kids a day with a parent or guardian but to do that workers in the health and human services department we'll have to cut a few corners doj attorney sarah fabian said to meet the deadline hhs has scaled back the process of confirming parentage and we have limited the number of ice facilities where unification's will occur the plan to reunify two hundred children each day age five or older began this weekend the trump administration has until july twenty sixth to reunite all of those children taking it to the people rhode island governor gina raimondo is holding summer office hours at the beach she also plans to sign an executive order to reduce single use plastics i'm an carrick fox news radio partly cloudy skies this evening throughout the area with for low around seventy four tomorrow your sunday mix of clouds and sun early on cloudy later in the day mightiest shower thunderstorm ninety five by monday good makes the sunshine and clouds a little bit of both high ninety five tuesday showers thunderstorms later in the day highs lower nineties for lows lower seventies i'm craig ross from the weather channel four talkradio six eighty wcbs the views and opinions you hear on talkradio six eighty wcbs wcbmcom are not necessarily those of the owners spanish employers and advertisers of wc but they should be broadcasting live from the wcbs safe retirement solutions studios call rodber roy at four ten to sixteen eleven twenty on the web at safe retirement solutions dot com test.

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Atlantic City, Jersey Coastal Coalition and Atlantic Ocean discussed on Steve Trevelise

Steve Trevelise

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Atlantic City, Jersey Coastal Coalition and Atlantic Ocean discussed on Steve Trevelise

"Atlantic city but more racetracks and casinos plan to offer it soon it's twenty five billion dollars in debt and could expire at the end of the month but eh mahayni of jersey coastal coalition says the national flood insurance program must be reauthorized and then reconfigured because we are a state that sets along the atlantic ocean we also have numerous major rivers throughout the state he points out we're seeing bigger storms more frequently and if jersey residents are not able to buy flood insurance it could prove to be disastrous mosquitoes and five new jersey counties have tested positive for west nile virus the infected bugs have been reported in warren somerset hundred in bergen and most recently atlantic counties to prevent mosquito bites bug bugs brian where long sleeves areas where mosquitoes are present and try to keep standing puddles of water off your property the us department of justice says it's appealing court ruling that allowed communications giants time warner and at and t to merge last month us district judge richard leon ruled that the eighty one billion dollar acquisition would not hurt competition and jack up the price of tv and movie streaming federal authorities believe the merger would severely limit consumer choices the exercise rate among adults in new jersey is worse than the national average just twenty one percent meet the federal government's recommendations according to a new report nutritionist felicia stoler in holmdale says people may be limited by their schedules or bank accounts but there are still options out there jersey we do have a tremendous amount of natural resources that have been turned into parks from our mountain to farmland to the jersey shore stoler says too many people see exercise as a punishment will our weekend befall of sunshine the complete new.

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"stoler" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"And they're really what i think really makes us foam work don't get me wrong the parental comedy is strong enough though there are couple of scenes that in my opinion skew too far to the crude end of the crude humor spectrum but of course your mileage will probably vary there but what i like about this fill is how it takes that vein of crude slapsticky adult humor judd appetites referenced a lot with this movie but i think it's closer to the work of nick stoler and it blends that humor with sort of teen girl coming of age narrative that take seriously the desires and fears of its teenage characters will simultaneously giving them comedic opportunities of their own this wanna thon particular is a standout among the girls she's great they're not just characters and their parents story each set of characters sort of informs and drives the narrative of the other set in contrary to the title and premise may suggest a ultimately brings a sex packed of ice to a pretty smart sex positive conclusion we actually talked about pairing this film with american pie on the podcast but none of us could stomach calling american pie classic film and any in either way i feel competent and saying that blockers is leaks ahead of that film in terms of its comedy and it stories so like i said if you were like kind of put off by the the trailers or the premise or the title of blockers maybe give it a chance especially if you like me have a soft spot for teen girls stories i liked it a lot blockers have you got a chance to see you know i want to been i've i've wanted to see i heard it was a lot better than a looks i wanna i wanna make it my game night a game night i caught up.

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"stoler" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"I just can't handle the punishment and i'm gonna fully admit that dark souls fans are like you know get good and i'm like i and got time i don't wanna like die over and over again ficci favourites ervin says ho ho carter funny crew are watson it's i know many of our exiting wallet break on work i was excited for a couple of titles until i saw the slow camera creep up on the u b unlit bonfire as dark souls remastered was announced i probably screw you buy a pig in the first episode of black mere and i was so excited so my question to you is are you guys you can try dark souls now this on switch you could join in jolly cooperation with people at the office when you're struggling on a boss in finally get to experience in my opinion the best seoul's game i love you guys do i look forward to show each day praise the sun not happening for you you're not a touch of a 10foot pole i'm probably going to download it in booted up and play through the first level and get asked hand it's me like why am i doing this and then i'm going to be out it's going to be interesting for me i appreciate what the souls nimes do yes i i when de missiles came out in samba she wrote in his review friji i popullit oh this school i get it it's not what i want to do on my bigscreen tv when i'm playing something when bloodborne came it was oh this is a faster pace version of that i jumped in in like mount stoler clunky menus and a little bit awkward is not what i want out of a game experience but it to what you're saying is i'm deborah gonna it on my switch switches just like give me whenever weird whatever we are game that doesn't seem like it should be for me give it to me put on a switch and all tinker with it in may be able click like congo master party a great game and i tell everybody to go play by these games that i wouldn't give a second thought on places before because i have all these other things that go play with i know i.

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"stoler" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"A thorough fall brash ball glass hovering qualifies extremely hard to imagine that is why it all right the vienna the of the fossils growing grew to beat in the country has been measured as being those who have new believe who faces you don't have to be apologetic quiet about a soros operas holy see religion 100 cross rosy the art start honky tonks ota lost worldwide you know i grew up in a culture that loved to draw american history in crayon essentially you know when they taught us about the founding fathers and the constitutional framework of the united states and political parties and their positions and this country at war from the revolutionary war to the civil war 2 world war two to vietnam and beyond to the cold war you know i remember former secretary of defense robert mcnamara once called it a hot war because it was so intense she had to global superpowers on the razor's edge all the time well historian an expert dr mark stoler teaches a fantastic lecture series on these and so much more it's called the skeptics guide to american history it is tailormade for this audience he want to get into the founding fathers as you know slaveowners and other things dr stoler talks about that you want to see how different liberalism and conservatism were a hundred or even two hundred years ago dr stoler talks about it.

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"stoler" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"And i said basically the how to make a decision on whether or not they wanted to be in business with us or they're gonna take higher price and in fact i told them you know listen you guys a crazy used you take the higher price because it was significantly ire and they struggled with the decision because i think they understood that we would have been great custodians of the music but ultimately they chose the other company at a significantly higher price than than where we were and that was was a shame because you know when you're in in the music business you wanna work with great artist great writers and great songs on this was just a phenomenal i mean lebron stoler were you know were amazing so do you think about your investing as a portfolio you have to i'm an absolutely especially with the business that we have today we don't like to have too much concentration in any one artist any johner of music so yet we look at it absolutely as a portfolio but a portfolio where these are among the greatest songs of all time or you talk about smokey robinson mom my girl in tears were clown and all these great smokey robinson songs in the new couple of with green onions and knock on wood in sitting on the doctor the bay and midnight houren the song crazy by sea low green and life as a highway and then you keep going i mean we want to develop a portfolio of songs that are just incredible songs so we you specifically go out and say okay in that mix we don't have country.

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"stoler" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:56 min | 4 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"We we talk about uh no not at the moment when we talk about healthcare but right now get a quick break when a talk to matt stoler on his piece in the new republic the return of monopoly we'll be right back we are back sam cedar on the majority report on the phone matt stoler author of the man hey how are you thank you so much for joining us thank you i was just gonna say your piece in the new republic the return of monopoly and asking whether or not why should give the i guess i should give the entire its return a monopoly with the uh the the subtitles with amazon on the rise and a business tycoon in the white house can a new generation of democrats returned the party to its trust busting routes and over the past couple of months we've had a couple of people on to talk about a things like antitrust and monopoly we've spoken to barry lynn and to a case bill rahman and use it that the size of a lot of what the these guys have been talking about but i want to uh i i wanted to start with with amazon which uh you gave some shocking stats about this prime day prime sales day and it really just gives a sense of just how large amazon is and we've seen this also with with google on facebook we spoke to a tap when on a couple of weeks ago but just go over some of these numbers because they're staunching.

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"stoler" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"stoler" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Wait wait wait wait who are you again right they're playing these songs i'm a kid dan i'm asking them for more ride is so any way they can i know busted me on the spot and you know and i said oh i'm just you know with ronny hawkins of i and they were like yeah yeah okay okay okay then i went on to do other things and i'd be involved with lebron solar on our project here or there and then the band that happened in lebron stoler felt like they were a part of that and and so the dock and more and i was the one guy in the hawks in in the ban did that because of my songwriting hunger and appreciation that i stayed friends with them and in touch with them you know all of their lives and he's leaving insist downpour you really had your process down as well the near a main is a real sense of authenticity i guess in the music of the bond and a know all of that comes from the way you guys played in the spaces that you are in like big pingkun and stuff book a lot of it came through the way that you conceive of those songs as well these sorts of certain standards that you wrote you know like the way to in the night they drove old pixie down if you could talk a little bit about how those songs actually came about with look to know.

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