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Twitter will ban Holocaust denial posts, following Facebook
"If you're American, you probably think of free speech as the default. Just the way things are. And I. Don't know where it enters the stuff. I don't know if it's in the water or if it's in the kindergarten curriculum Evelyn. Is Not American, but it's only something that I have encountered faith in years is just like first amendment fundamentalism she's an Australian who lives in Massachusetts and she's one of most dynamic and nuanced thinkers. Online speech. She lectures at Harvard Law School. You came here to study kind of First Amendment Law to look at this stuff. As an outsider, what was your impression of the US fundamental adherence to free speech? I feel a little bit like gas lit as a foreigner when you come to America. As I did for years ago to Study Comparative Constitutional, Law, and free speech One of the most striking things about American free speech doctrine is this like this example of there were Nazis that wanted to march in skokie. I know jumping straight to Nazis his kind of leaping into the free speech depend. But Evelyn's describing one of the most famous first amendment cases when that really tests American values, the story goes like this. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, a group of neo-nazis wanted to march in the Chicago suburb of skokie Illinois largely because a lot of Holocaust survivors lived there seven thousand concentration camp survivors living in the predominantly Jewish Chicago suburb of skokie not surprisingly, there was a huge legal fight cokie officials a block Nazi demonstrations with court injunctions when the Nazis appealed to the State Supreme Court a judge has refused to hear the case. But what might surprise you if you don't know the story is that the American Civil Liberties Union indeed a lawyer with the ACLU defended the Nazis right to March under the First Amendment saying the right to free expression with integral to who we are as a country. It's just such an iconic story of the literal Nazis were going to be allowed to marching the street and as a foreigner you come here, new learn that and normally deland that it's it's not like these inconvenient embarrassment about Assessment Amendment Law. It's this like really proud one of the truly great victories for the First Amendment was that it will protect the speech that we hate because it is you know Betta to have it out in the urban it's better to meet it with county speech and we just can't trust the government to suppress as an Australian very striking. I don't even have a right to free speech. We don't have a bill of rights and our Constitution it's it's like a completely foreign idea this fight over unfettered free speech and in fact, where it collides with Anti Semitism and Holocaust denial broke into the news cycle again, this week, there's a split screen like the Supreme Court confirmation hearings going on on one side, and then on the other side facebook releases a blog post the company which has always said it values free expression above everything else announced that it would ban any content that denies or distorts the Holocaust. Two days later, twitter did the same thing. It might seem like banning Holocaust denial is a pretty easy call, but it was only a few years ago that facebook said, it wouldn't prohibit Holocaust to nihilism on its platform. which is part of why and says, this is a really big deal I. think this is like a really iconic moment in the history of the company and its thinking and its evolution around its rules. There is no more emblematic rule that facebook had about. To First Amendment Principles. Today on the show. Decision to finally habit Holocaust, Mus Information and what it means for free speech debates, the Internet and the potential for change. I'm Lizzie O'Leary and you're listening to what next TVD A show about technology power, how the future will be determined stay with us. Voting this year is a little. Than usual, what you don't want to do is be the one sprinting to the mailbox trying to send in a last minute vote or get to the front of the line at the polls only to realize you're not registered. 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Dot Com is the easiest way to keep everyone connected and on the right track try it out for yourself to get your free two week trial. Good Monday dot com today. I, WanNa talk about how seismic shift this is if we think back to just two years ago. Mark Zuckerberg gave a very now well known interview to Cara Swisher. And said, she didn't believe that posts that deny the Holocaust should be taken down. I believe that our platform should take down because I think that there are things different people get wrong. either. I don't think that they're intentionally getting a wrong but I think that they. They might be but go home. It's hard to pune intent. Boy. It is a big journey from. People get things wrong even though I might find it personally offensive. To. My own thinking has evolved. The big thing that they always have hung onto was we don't WanNa be arbiters of truth, and we will not take content down purely on the basis that it's false. We might take it on the down on the basis that its nudity or that it's hate speech or that it has other sort of effects but we weren't take content down just because it's wrong and that's sort of what's reflected in that quote from Makoto Takhar Swisher is you know some people get things wrong sometimes and the the pandemic literally changed that decision overnight in the context of a global public health emergency they abandoned that they said we will take down. False information about the pandemic because it poses a public health risk, and now we're playing ball like now companies are taking content down on the basis that it's false and we're now seeing it in other areas. We saw it in the context of the wildfires in West my country was on file for months. In December and January, and there were lots of false rumors about the cause of the fires and facebook didn't take anything down and then Oregon was on fire A. Couple of months ago, and suddenly they were taking down misinformation about the cause of their as far as think a stock contrast as you can draw. It's still interesting to hear you peg this to the pandemic because I think about all the data points that came before that this is. After the two thousand, sixteen election, it is after the Charlottesville unite the right rally, which took place in two thousand seventeen. Do you think the coronavirus pandemic is it sort of launching us into a new I guess area of thinking about content and speech on its own or or easy it kind of a I guess a catalyst for something that was going to happen anyway. Yeah. You're absolutely right that it's only sort of it's part of the broader trend. It was a particularly visible and sort of obvious example of the trend in the same way that the pandemic has made many sort of fundamental. Assumptions structures in society more visible, and we've sort of seen progressively moving more and more along that line of sort of okay. We copies all speech all the time. Let's balancing trysts and draw the line and I think that the pandemic was just sort of another step along that road. If you think about it that way these announcements from facebook and twitter about banning Holocaust denial or in line with other content moderation decisions we've seen this year like the outright ban on Cunanan content. But in other ways several and says the decision. Holocaust. Denial marks a deeper and more fundamental shift in how speeches police online Holocaust denial is one of these iconic things about the first amendment and I believe that one of the reasons why facebook sort of stuck to that principle for so long of allowing on services was because it's still considered itself a fundamentally American company attached to these first. Amendment ideals is robust marketplace of ideas. Which is bizarre when you think about it these these are clearly global companies now and most of they US bases outside all over America but there was still something that it couldn't let go of and so I think it's really when Audience First Amendment land anymore like vc's we are now in this unknown landscape of trying to work out what norms we can attach ourselves to.
"swisher" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"What if if it takes hold? Sometimes it actually takes an old white guy to. An trying. Is there anybody else? Oh, there's lots of people sure. My baby is helping us through the pandemic. Because of I have two wonderful suns, obviously the most important thing in my life, but I have really great. Sons who are teens We now have this this young daughter at this baby, seven seven and a half months old and I have to tell you. I wrote a column about it last Sunday and people really liked it. It really did it. It is unifying us in a way that's been through this tragedy for a lot of people in for all of us for all. Americans and all people all around the world. Globally this is a big tragedy but pandemic, but it's really been nice to be able to make connections with family that are stronger, and in my neighborhood was really nice. I read about I, said I write about digital all the time, and how digital is taking over our lives, but I have I recently. I've met my neighbors. You know what I mean I'm hanging outside. There's nothing there's nothing to do. Because a lot of the stuff that that Russia's you life a lot. A lot of which is technology oriented is sort of on hold on. It's been. One of the few joys of this period of time. Yeah shout, neighbors, neighbors are. My game and Bruce who keep having parties until four o'clock in the morning why? is now. It's a Saturday. Lesbians, who like who doesn't WANNA party at four o'clock I. Know like you go over and give them the lesbian look in everything. fucking lutely I mean Schumer the lesbian do not humorless. Humor comics are the most humorless lesbians you will ever running. That he's. Being Gay Guy Oh God. We're care I can't believe. We hit the absolute most. Contentious part of the interview already. Different. Yes. Time. To talk with you..
Triton Digital: O Assunto is nmero um in Latin America
"By the way you can enjoy the unveiling of the Infinite Style Twenty Twenty Canada, in a free Webinar which include podcast consumption figures. Figures for the country. Yes, or no, we mentioned that yesterday. This actually true today. The podcast festival is put videos of recent feature of podcasting event on their website for anyone to watch be careful. It includes me, but it also includes Jason. Phipps from the BBC and Kara Swisher among others solstice media, a media publisher in Australia has launched Solstice, podcasting a new national podcasting and audio production agency companies joined. Joined forces with Nikola Hack, a broadcaster and podcast Omni Studio have best practice for dynamic content in podcasts what it is and how people are using it. Bill Rosenblatts has profiled the European podcast markets and Mel Harris, says that Brandon podcasts at definitely a thing, oh, and here's a great quote from Robb Walsh from Lipson talking on the fees. Listen you this realistically and I think we've said this on the. The show of times in the past, if you took all the ad revenue in the podcast space and gave Apple, thirty percent or twenty percent, cut or fifteen percent, it doesn't matter for Apple. It's a rounding error of a rounding error on what their revenue, so I mean a billion dollars in revenue in the space and apple to thirty percent of that. It's still nothing for them as a business.
Tech's free speech debate is about Zuckerberg vs. Dorsey
"Many Americans are facing different realities disparities in covert nineteen deaths for one and right now they're expressing outrage over different things for some stay at home orders have moved them to protest for others it's police violence against unarmed citizens it can feel as though we're living in two different countries so we're talking about that today and one of the places where you can feel America's divide is social media we're divisions are also stoked by trolls and disinformation social media companies try to monitor that to varying degrees and with varying success but even that is divisive as we've seen this week when president trump expressed fury after some of his tweets were flagged by Twitter for potentially misleading information about mail in balloting then yesterday the company flag one of his tweets about the Minneapolis protest for quote unquote glorifying violence president trump signed an executive order aiming to weaken legal protections tech companies have had for years it's unclear whether he has the authority to do that but given all the events of recent days we want to talk more about this so we've called three prominent figures in this debate Karen Swisher is the co founder of Rico that's a site focused on tech news and New York times contributing writer has been pushing Twitter in particular to take far more aggressive steps in policing false information Swisher welcome back thanks for joining us once again thanks so much financial or is the executive director of aspen digital that's a non partisan organization that researches issues related to tech and digital media and she has a long resume in both digital and traditional media including as a president and CEO of NPR so we very much welcome back to you via thanks Michelle glad to be here Matthew Feeney is the director of the project on emerging technologies at the Cato Institute that's a libertarian research and advocacy group here in Washington DC Matthew Feeney welcome to you thank you for joining us as well no thanks for having me the cast which I'm going to start with you because on Wednesday you wrote an op ed in The New York Times this is after Twitter label to the president's tweets regarding mail in ballots as potentially misleading and they added some contextual information and you called this move a baby step why well it's the first thing they can do I mean a lot of they could have banned them they could have taken down the tweet they could have a lot of things but this is the first time Twitter is ever done any kind of I don't want to use the word punishment this is the wrong thing they've ever taken any action against president trump when he violates their rules which he does all the time you know we could spend a whole program talking about this will tell us more broadly what's your point of view about this well I think they are like publishers and so they have some responsibility instead they allow all district to wash over their platforms and in fact get taken advantage of by malevolent forces and so I think they should do more monitoring of it to fit first of all I love them just to get rid of some of the stuff that's obviously used for propaganda but they just let anybody do anything and what it does is create this sort of giant mass of humanity which nobody knows what is true or not and then other players take advantage of it Alex Jones was the most famous obviously he got tossed off all the platforms so you usually what I want to say you are here and your own capacity as a media executive as a person with a deep background in addition to working at NPR as a president CEO you also work for Twitter but I'm going to ask you on your own hook to tell us what you think about this week's news look I think Twitter has been slow on this I think they should have taken action some time ago that said these are really tricky decisions Twitter now that they've taken an action with the president it's going to be really difficult for them to keep up you know there are five hundred million tweets roughly that are sent every day and there are already calls across the board of what about this tweet what about that tweet and it's going to be very very tricky for them I'm glad they took the move but now the camel's nose in the tent Mr anywhere your thoughts I think this puts on not just with about other social media comes into a tough spot here which is that they are trying to figure out how to moderate this kind of content while remaining in the eyes of the uses the gentleman and it's not a surprise to me at all that in the wake of a good decision to fact check that they have been allegations of inconsistency but anyone looking for inconsistency and this debate is is short to find its there are hundreds of hours of footage uploaded to YouTube every minute there are hundreds of millions of tweets posted every day Hey the system won't be perfect and in fact the way that these phones tree contents depends not oftentimes on the Afrin content itself but what's being said about this and and that is something I wish more people understood in the debate which is a really really hard decisions and unfortunately causing a lot of people on the political rights in the United States of feeling bad somehow agencies would be better at this than private companies and while I think will will never be completely happy with how these private firms navigate these difficult content moderation decisions I would much prefer a private family of public failure in this film while some are because I think of the history of government regulation of speech reveals lessons namely that we should be wary office the fact is that social media is much more than Silicon Valley and their alternatives out there of course the the interesting thing about all of this is that in this debate many people on the Merican conservative space seem to forget that competition is is valuable there all of the social media networks out there well Mister you raised the issue that is it's you know we raising it kind of as a back drop here but it is actually a very big part of this whole discussion which is that there is this argument on the right which is certainly embraced by president trump that these companies social media companies are silencing conservative voices but Democrats and progressives have their own criticisms which is that these platforms have no standards and allow people to be libeled and slandered and somebody's very painful and in some cases dangerous ways I mean the data on the fact that women how women in particular women of color treated on these platforms and targeted particularly public figures who are women there's a great deal of data about the fact that and how they are targeted so she took care of so so the question then becomes you know how to do these things get address of care you want to jump in please do yeah I think let's be clear these are private companies they're not public squares and that's the one thing that seems to happen with the writer like my free speech rights be able to specifically you can't these are private companies owned by billionaires they can set whatever standards they want number one number two there's no evidence that there's any bias in anyway but there is evidence of his abuse of people of people getting abused by by the way on all sides and that's really the problem here is the ability to allow toxicity in lies to continue and that's something a private company should be dealing with but not legislated by the government there is there are certain things you can do and liabilities and things like that that media companies have had dealt with for for a very long time and so there's all kinds of solutions that are possible but I think the really problematic thing is considering these places to be the public square did you can do anything on me what do you think should happen here well I completely agree that there is no place for government regulation here that is a path to a very dangerous place but social media companies must take responsibility I applaud Twitter for actually making an effort here even though I think the path they're choosing is very difficult I was very disappointed in mark Zuckerberg's statements on fox news of all places saying that they don't want to be quote unquote the arbiters of truth they already are algorithms serve certain truths even if they're not human intervention involved they are going to have to I think eventually take some action the oversight board is a step but it's it's not enough we are in a moment now where these divisions have come to the fore we know for a fact that sometimes these mechanisms are used to kind of organize protest organized too really it globally certainly it is the case that they've been used both by people who are trying to find ways to resist government oppression but they've also been used by governments to advance oppressive mechanisms right so do they have a role here to play right now that you think would be constructive and I guess I'll start with you Kerr Swisher yeah absolutely they've been doing a very good job on cove in nineteen information they've been stamping out all kinds of bad health information except for president trump's they took down a bowl scenario they took down Maduro they took down a lot of stuff there and a lot of other stuff so during cove and it shows all of them Facebook Twitter all of them can do it and they can do it well and there was no controversy about that so they're totally capable but they're also capable of creating commonality look at all of the really wonderful stuff from Sarah Cooper to comics to people making jokes that can be used for commonality in a really positive way it's just they're designed towards in rage meant and that's the engagement is designed towards arrangement and that's
"We have a lot to talk about today. None of which involves Joe Rogan. So that's why here that's why you're here. You go ahead and hang up because we're not talking about that today whatsoever. Not were not Besides that you can hear conversations about that literally anywhere else but no one's about and all by every single man however that has mouth has spoken about that other guy so or written articles about it. I challenge you all those people that are listening right now to send us some thought leadership on this situation written or spoken about by a woman other than Cara Swisher because she did talk about it on her. Show mind you. That's a Co hosted. Show but anyway go ahead but don't send it to us because we don't care we don't care but no one talking about this news worthy item which is to show better. Hori is a much better story. This this is a news. Worthy item is about the show. Call Her Daddy. Don't want anybody in the chat right now. Everybody has anybody listen to the show. Call her daddy or are you familiar with their current drama in the chat on not in the actual show? 'cause I've been down a rabbit hole rabbit holes with this show. It's a show by a twenty six and twenty seven year old women so Fia and twenty eight. I believe just their names are Sophia. Alex even co hosting the show for while they with The network Barstool sports and as little as a few weeks ago they were best friends. I don't know if they were roommates or not. I thought they were. That's why I'm like going. I wonder who's living like so anyway. Keep going they were roommates. They were friends they were there. Show is about sexual health and basically talking about who they're having sex with dating nowadays and how it all works and whatever and connects. Do how what it's like. It's kind of like love. Line you guys but without Dr drew like there is no Dr drew. It's just the other guy. What's the other guy? Adam Adam Curle but now Adam Corolla has morphed into eight twenty six and twenty seven year old girl women and they are both like Adam Corolla talking about dating and sex and random things for an hour or so because sometimes our shows are really long. So that's the vibe of what it is it's and it's sort of like I think it's kind of like our show to some degree though jess accept that were old and we don't get as Risque about talking about sex specifically well because married. People don't do that in public. That's why but that is correct Because yeah yeah so at least these two Mary. People don't do it and probably some do but we don't so they were about to sign a renew their contract with Barstool sports which was their network and then somehow everything went to Shit and there are a couple articles that will post in the show notes so that you can read the entire saga but basically they went to sign when they went to renegotiate Sophia found out that Alex was making more money than her significantly. More like fifty thousand dollars more and that is because she added the show and does the social media marketing so quietly she she either negotiated or renegotiated a different salary. Now keep in mind. One of the makes Sophia salary was like four hundred sixty six thousand a year. Alex's was like five Oh five or something like that like it. Wasn't that much difference. But it was different. Believe they've found that out in the meeting and then a little cloudy about so so then. Sophia left that meeting and got another meeting with wonder with the help of a friend that they're calling superman no not a friend a boy. Her boyfriend which I think is problem here. Boyfriend of the other girl is now knowing by yeah. He's now Yoko by setting up a meeting with wondering with with like he probably what happened is we had to guess. He buzzed and Sophie as ear. But how this should be making more money and that he could get them more money and maybe even get a commission if I guess and so he got the meeting with wondering which Alex didn't want only Sophia wanted that and then to make a very long story short not that we have to but just to sum up so guys know what we're talking about because they took that other meeting Barstool. Sports started talking about how they're greedy and hungry and ungrateful and then Sophia and Alex talk amongst themselves and realize that they were just valuing their show and what they wanted out of it differently so then Al and signed with Barstool sports without Sophia. She now has her own show called. Call Her Daddy. And Sophia does not exist in the podcasting space as of now. I guess unless she's going to do our own show wondering about summit up kind of but there was a little I mean the latest episode for. Call her daddy as of right now you guys. I don't know what number it is. You can actually hear directly from the founder of Barstool. Sports like he breaks it down all of the stuff that she just said from his point of view. So there are. It's not exactly how you mentioned it but I do appreciate you like following. It is just like some some nuances then. Also Sophia has a excuse me. Alex has a thirty plus minute video on her youtube channel where she also breaks it down step by step of how everything went down why. She made the decision that she made and she's completely transparent.
"swisher" Discussed on Inside Podcasting
"Well there's hope for US guy. I'm someday be the next care. Swisher daime raking it in one of the really interesting parts of the interview that you don't really talk about much as you mentioned how she had wanted to be a spy going up but that it hadn't worked out what's the back story there. So carrot is gay and she wanted to be a spy in the military like she wanted to work for the CIA and that was like at the moment that she wanted to do that. There was don't ask don't tell have been passed and that was a nonstarter and so she pivoted. And that's I you know my heart breaks because actually one thing you don't hear in the interview as she talks about it again and and says you know that's really really in her heart like what she what you really wanted to do right vic. She has found a great fit for her salve. Obviously but I think that there is still some regret that that wasn't something that she could pursue at the time. Well knowing what you know about Keira are you absolutely sure. She actually isn't a spy you know if she is. It's the biggest con ever and someone will have to do a public about it. It could be the devious cover story in the history of the CIA. Yeah that'LL BE MY NEXT SEASON. Sushi of what she tells you. Ask Her if she's ever been intimidated by never guests and she says that no one intimidates her. Did you consider telling her at that? Point how intimidating she is to you you know. I wish I should. I wish I had like. I wish I could go back and say that's hilarious. I'm intimidated but I think I think because honestly I was so nervous. Although I don't I'm not sure that that that I feel like I sound pretty relaxed and at some point during the conversation I actually say like I'm pretty comfortable sitting here with you. And and maybe by that point I was going into the interview. I was very nervous and I was throughout the interview intimidated by her because she just is such a force but I guess I was. I guess I was playing it cool like I can't almost even get into my head in what I was thinking at that moment. Because it's sort of like not to compare this to a car crash but like when you've been in a car crash you come out of the car crash and you kind of can't remember like what just happened like who did what and like it's all sort of confusing to you and I think because I was so There was so much anticipation for me before I went into this interview. I think the same thing sort of happened like I left that interview kind of not even knowing what I had said like. When you're asking me now like I consider telling her that I wish I had but I I can't even remember if it crossed my mind. You know what I think. It was the cue cards again. That's kept you cool. May May I gotta do. More of that are why could go on forever but I guess I got one final question. That again is sort of unique to me Or at least my ability to ask. You thought that that interview did not go. Well you thought it was terrible. You came home and you said this is not good and you kind of immediately moved on to your to your other guests and really kind of put this podcast on the back burner almost because it was like you didn't listen to it and he didn't want to deal with it. Why did you think it was so bad? And why do you think it turned out so well you know so that goes back to sort of my previous answers related so I think when you are so nervous about something. It's almost like you're so present in the moment of it happening that after it happens and it's such an intense experience like that was an intense experience for me. This is going to probably sound so lame if Karras was your ever listens to it but it was such an intense experience for me to be in that room with her that when I came out I remember I think at first thinking okay. That went well like I feel like I remember thinking that went well like I handled myself and she was amazing as always but then I had a few people later that day. Say like like excitedly. Text me like how is the interview with? Cara and in that moment I could no longer remember. It was like the by high from being in there with her had worn off. And all I was sort of left with was like this blink hole in my brain of like how it had gone and couldn't remember and so I started telling this story to myself in my head that it hasn't gone well because I couldn't remember anything. I had sat or anything she had said and I just became a bizarre but like I started to dread having to listen to it. I think I was. It was so important to me that that interview not go badly and somehow I turned it on myself and convince myself that I had totally messed up. And so then they didn't listen to it. I did all my other interviews and then finally when I got some distance from it and other interviews I knew had gone well and I had a little more confidence in the tank. I went back and listen to it and I remember you are. You're another room or something and I think it was mid listen And I went over to you and I tapped you on. The shoulder turned around and I was like actually think this CBS interview was like I think it's good enough to go first and I don't know how that happened. America top you on the shoulder and said Hey. Did you get the Car Ke fixed bills? Mary okay. Well that seems like a good place to wrap up I WanNa let the listeners know that next week I will be interviewing while dropping. I'll I'll drop episode in which I'm interviewing the host of ear Hustle Nigel poor and airline woods ear hustle which was a hit with listeners. From Day One told stories about daily life inside San Quentin prison but when Orleans prison sentence was commuted. He and Nigel. Reinvented the show's format and began exploring new narratives. I am super excited to share this interview with you guys next week so I really hope you'll tune in for that. It was really fun speaking with them. And lots of Interesting insights and now I will roll my credits inside. Podcasting is produced and hosted by me. Skype Pillsbury. My heroic co-producer is Tara from simpler media. Productions Charles quickly is our sound engineer and Rachel. Loden is our researcher special. Thanks to Jason Kennedy who green lighted this project. And my husband who agreed to let me record the call. You heard at the beginning of last week's show last but not least thanks so much to all of you for listening if you have a chance to to any of the things that podcasters Ask you to do. Leave a review on Apple podcasts. Or tweet about it on social media. That would be amazing. And I'd love to also care what you think feel free to email me anytime. I'm sky at inside com or you can always find me on twitter. I'm they're basically all day at sky. Pillsbury thanks again for listening..
Post Show: What it Was Like to Interview Kara Swisher
"Hello and welcome to inside podcasting. This is a mini episode in which a special guest will speak with me of how to interview Cara Swisher. If you missed my original interview with Kara go back and listen to that first and then come back and listen to this behind the scenes episode. It'll make a lot more sense that way and with that I will introduce my special guest. Today he is the man who is on the phone with me dealing with my stress at the very beginning of last week's episode. My husband Dawn Pillsbury. Welcome to inside podcasting Dawn. Thank you sky. Feel like I've been waiting for this moment for the last two years have been living living living. The podcast living the dream and just been waiting for an invite to participate. So thanks for having me on board. I'm excited I think. I'm uniquely positioned to drive some insights out of this episode because I really was breathing and living it with you over the past. It seems like six to eight weeks. Now yes you have been and you've been sort of in the background this whole time and this is your here your fifteen minutes don well. I might be twenty but I'm looking excited to be in the foreground. Let's start with care. Swisher is a pretty good get. I would say for any podcast but especially a little podcast. Like inside podcasting. Can you just remind me and your listeners? Can how this came out sure. So I actually met Eric who I mentioned at the beginning of the interview with Eric is her producer and I think we exchanged email prior but I met him at podcast movement at some party that they were having and he gave me his business card and I remember. This is kind of funny. I am. I never keep business cards like people. Give me their business cards and to be honest I just. I'm not one of those people that's like. I don't have a Rolodex like I just figure we'll be able to get in touch with you over email or whatever but I kept his because I thought it would be amazing to have care on the show and having worked in technology and I even was at a party with her once in the nineties and even then I remember being like. Wow that is Cara Swisher. So she's just always loomed really large so when I met him there was no way I was going to give up that chance to pitch him and so when I got home I literally just I sent him an email and I was like. Do you think there's ever would ever be away that she would come on. And you know I gotTa say it was pretty easy I mean he got back pretty quick and she was in the middle of. She's about to have a baby and so we delayed in the interview for a little bit but aside from that I mean that was really the only roadblocks and and of course that was for a good reason while shows you that you just have to ask people sometimes and it might be easier to get a yes. Anybody thinks exactly well. Speaking of phone calls the phone call itself at the beginning of the episode is pretty hilarious. I had actually forgotten the you'd recorded it And when you played it for me the first thing in my mind was how annoyed I been. You had basically not listened to me and it wasn't just like last week. It was telling you for weeks that your battery was dying. So what was the very first thing that went through your mind when you realize that you couldn't start the car? Oh my God that I'm an idiot. I mean I of and of all days like to have that happen and I knew I had to call you because it even though you've been saying it over and over again like I guess it didn't really register until my car wouldn't start then I was like okay. He was he was being serious But luckily it all worked out. Thank God I was stressed in and sweaty when I got to her office but I made. Is there any chance that you'll start drinking more seriously? Now probably not will? Obviously you know. I've got a front row seat and I kind of feel like I'm in the room for putting this interview and really all your interviews together but this one particular We a lot about the some of the stories that she shared some of the things that she's done. You can obviously all those into the episode. Can you share a couple stories that you wanted to put in but yes there were some things that I did cut out for time sake and also I think when you are? I'm making a podcast that is targeted to you know. I'm hoping that the people who listen are like diehard fans of podcasts or podcasting themselves so I have to think about like what's important to them so because I grew up in and around the Silicon Valley. I've known of Cara for a long time and I knew that she had had political aspirations. She'd actually announced that she wanted to run for mayor At one point and so I her about that and I did think that her answer was interesting although her interest of like well we have a new mayor now and she's doing a good job and I wanna see how that goes. I want to get in the way of that but you know I still think it could have been interesting to leave an but the reason I took it out was because I just didn't see that that would be to someone who doesn't know Cara and he's only listening this because they want to understand the mind of someone who builds who's building a podcast You know that wouldn't be as relevant to them so I took it out for that reason. All that was a hard hard one to cut. So let's get to the interview itself. It's a great interview and there's so many stories that care has and she she just can't stop sort of talking about sort of the exciting things you've done to the people she knows but. I wonder if that make it tough for you because I know you had prepared a ton of questions and there's more than a couple times where care kind of cuts you off and starts going in a direction that she whether she wants to go there or not. She's going there. She owns all the land. Remember so what are you? How are you able to kind of adjust on the fly? When you're interviewing someone like Cara who can take over the conversation so that is a good question? I think I something going for me in that. I only brought in note cards and I think psychologically had no cards with like words on them rather than like questions written out which I sometimes do have when I'm doing an interview completely remotely and not seeing anybody even on a screen so I just had no cards. Which made me feel? I did it because I didn't want to be like this. Lame nerdy person. Who came in like all her like questions. Pretty sure not something that carrot does and might not respect so. I was like okay just look like a reporter and like just have my note cards and whatever but I think that the advantage of that was that made me feel much more loose loot sort of loosey-goosey like I kind of go with the flow. So and you know what I was also prepared for that because Kerris wisher is. That's her style like she she for people who was Rico decode. They definitely know like Edo. She just cut people off all the time. It's kind of like her in a way signature. I think it drives some people crazy. I know this actually because people have told these though but other people like me really enjoy it because I feel like she's just like this bulldog it's like you've just like let her out of Lake. Who knows where he's coming at? You and I love that about her so I didn't really mind it. I actually Kinda thought like Oh. I'm getting the real Keira you know but I I yeah I did have to pivot a little bit and I was okay with that. I was somehow survived it.
Kara Swisher on Elon Musk: Hes not bluffing
"Gone up quite a bit and I think people would do it. I do I think of anybody I think a lot of people might not and sometimes he does block and sometimes he. Does you know sorta pontificate on twitter. But I think he has. He's he's done manufacturing facilities. Lots of places I think Texas OUGHTA welcoming you don't so I don't know why wouldn't was most Silicon Valley. Ceo's and tech CEOS talk about their relationship with their employees aloft. The relationship with employees is very very important and and the reason I mentioned that is if you're willing to effectively give up ten thousand people in California to go elsewhere also. I should also mention at least online. Their employees that appear to have leaked memos from the company suggesting that they've been bullied or threatened to either come to work or to lose unemployment insurance in the like that was happening at other big tech companies. There would be an uproar. Yes yeah I had a long history of this. And there's a lot of reporting on it and he pushed back really hard against it and and you know it's a really interesting question. He's he remember the last time this happened when they were building A. I think it was the three. That was the same thing. He was sleeping on the factory floor. They felt safety standards. Weren't in place. There was lots of leaks in just kept going and this is kind of his. He feels like he's on a mission whenever you talk to amid it feels like he's on a mission and he has to have this happen if you notice he was saying that other automakers got a break but only tesla was singled out He feels if this is critical. I know it sounds like that is not so I think he really does like a man on a mission so he is. Impatience is very clear in these tweets. I you know. Some of them are unfortunate some of the tweets and I don't know if he understands kind of the IMF the overall impact of what he might be setting off But I he's just going to go forward and it'll be able to the officials to respond Love to graduate. But it's not the these techniques are not are not the not just similar. They're not dissimilar techniques. Let me ask you a somewhat political question. It relates to trump. He now has the backing of trump in a very public way. And he's sort of on the trump side. If you will of the liberate America concepts but on the other end for many many years he would least privately and in some cases publicly. Derived trump and sell Tesla's enlarge part on the idea of of trying to end climate. Change in all of these things. So how do you? How do you square that up? He's a complex person to tell you. I don't think he's necessarily a trump supporter. That's not I've never heard that night. Gore's you know. He has been critical and he was on. That business council was he wanted to try to get as an impact on climate change. And so it's a complex situation. It doesn't mean that he's not. He's not using twitter to the same effect sort of rally his troops and he does have a lot of fans You know it's his technique of doing this. This is a you know high drama I dodge in the rents than he manages to. Somehow settle things Sometimes it turns out well. Sometimes it doesn't but this is a guy like he went up against the SEC. From what I can tell they didn't really you know they warned him and they said he can't do it again and then he did it again and so I you know. I don't know if he feels there's a lot of consequences for doing what he's doing and his aim is to build these. Tesla's An and you know he had a lot of criticism from the Alameda. County officials. What are they going to do? I mean I think the mistake is is getting into this kind of fight with him publicly. But I guess it wasn't working out privately scenes and then you have Gavin newsom in the middle of it which is really interesting. You know. Because he's been supportive of loss really important to keep manufacturing in California That eventually just like happened Amazon. You either saying we want this or we're GONNA put up with this or we're not gonNA pay for this and then you can go elsewhere
Satire in Strange Times Week
"This week's theme is satire. In strange times. The curator is Becka James. Here's why Becca chose the sleep. She says hello is Becka. James and the theme I chose is Satire Strange Times. I chose this theme because we're living in an exceptionally strange time and satire has the power to help process. What's happening and improve humanity by criticizing. Its Bali's and foibles. It will also allow us a hearty and necessary laugh. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Becca along with short descriptions of each one first up is OPR's very fatal murder podcast. The episode chosen is the first ever of their first season in case you don't follow. Pr closely that acronym stands for onion public radio. It's from the onion. Expect very ridiculous levels of satire. Podcast made me laugh out loud. It is perfect the now times that we are in the next episode comes from a podcast called a woman smile and it's called a woman smile. Stylish it's thirty minutes long. Here's the description of the show. Women's smile is a podcast. Where Pattie Harrison and Laura Ramirez talk about well but especially the gentle and kind nature of a woman smile satire. Women are not gentle or kind. The next episode comes from a radio. Play called Lindsey. And it's called one God damn name. It's a fictional retelling of the story of the making of the parent trap and it is perfect. This first episode is mysterious and serious and will make you feel weird in a good way. Next up is an episode from a podcast. Called this Branchburg episode is called. Everybody wants to see my teeth. This podcast is about the fictional town of Branchburg New Jersey. In this episode. We meet Donald Franson who has a tying business. People come into the shop to have their ties tied each morning. And then what? I'll leave you on that cliffhanger. You must listen to learn the fate of Donald and the last recommendation comes from a podcast called bubble and is called hunters in this show. We meet Morgan. Who's pretty good at killing monsters? The narrator is topic. Evanston an actor and a writer who first came to the cultural consciousness at age twelve which she started a fashion magazine named rookie. The Morgan part satire. The taty stuff Israel. Why didn't you start a fashion magazine at twelve are the podcast and episodes recommended by Becca James this week for our theme Satire Strange Times? Hopefully these episodes will make you laugh a little and take your mind off. Reality Becca does satire. Thanks herself you can find out more and follow her on twitter at record flames. That's W. R. E. C. K. A. Flames each week in our newsletter which you can find and sign up for on our website ear buds podcast collective dot org are curator's have a chance to show off something that they love a project and nonprofit anything. Here's what BECO- wants us to know about. She says if you're looking for more podcast recommendations checkout vultures coverage where I write weekly comedy wrecks and long-form reviews and features also constant listener created by podcast obsessive and writer for the Av Club's pod mass. Ben Cannon is a great place to go for even more suggestions follow along with the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag satire pods. Now it's time for podcast news each week on the show. We share PODCASTS. Industry News from the inside podcasting newsletter which is written by Sky Pillsbury. Here we go. I the inside podcasting. Podcast is back for season two. This is a show hosted by skype. Pillsbury where she interviews podcast creators about their craft in this coming season. Get excited to hear from Cara Swisher of Rico Decode Nigel poor and Alan Woods of ear. Hustle Moon Faces James Kim and so many more amazing creators
Now, Spotify hits one million podcasts
"The latest from our newsletter palled news dot net one meal. You'RE NOT CASTS. Thrown out of one million podcasts in spotify according to their investor call the company claims two hundred and eighty six million monthly active users and says. It's the number one audio service for podcasts. In dozens of countries across the world if you wondering more than seventy percent of new podcast on spotify were created with Anchor Bay. Say which may be how. They've his million so quickly after apple given that some major publishers aren't on spotify not least cereal and most titles from the Australian. Abc might be accurate to say. That spotify may have over a million podcasts. But not the same million podcasts. That are available on apple player. Fm PODCAST APP is being purchased by Maple Media Company that owns more than thirty APPs player. Fm was launched in two thousand. Twelve by Michael Madame off. A former Gula terms weren't given podcast page is a new service that let's make dedicated website for your podcast that works with any podcast host willing to that from my show notes our newsletter today. Kara Swisher is leaving recode decode to move to the New York. Times Elizabeth Murdoch's sister production. Group has backed new podcast studio called campsite focusing on premium narrative nonfiction storytelling. And we've updated. Our list of podcast hosts to identify those who are certified compliant stats
"swisher" Discussed on The Short Porch
"Here. Is Nick Swisher Yankee engine? We now welcome in one of the more beloved Yankees being in history. I think number thirty three Swish Elicits Nick. Swisher what's going on baby man. What trower I appreciate that in history. You sure I think I mean I mean you're talking to a bunch of twenty five twenty six year old so for us. I mean you she writes. Let's go rob ready. I don't know who else tops you to be. Honest like there's a few guys right now in the running of the current team who might maybe down the road but right now I mean I never heard anybody be like man. I really don't like that. Nick Swisher guy that I mean we kinda like to have been there and experienced exactly. What New York's has to offer bro? It's like I feel like I was one of the lucky ones. You know what I mean. Yeah I mean. I don't think anyone has ever taken on New York and embraced it and like kind of turn to career around quite like you did though it's like that's like down. It's very rare like for someone that just really thrive in New York. We saw obviously with C. C. But like your scores on. You know what I'm saying. They say like you know it takes a special type of person to be able to play a New Yorker maybe that was just in my DNA. Makeup I feel like it was such a good unbelievable relationship that was gained so early within in the fans and the overall organization. Bro. I don't I can't even tell you how long I cried when I had to go somewhere else for the end of all of it but I tell you what we have to be able to spend those four years man to win a world series to experience. Everything at New York City has offered very odd. Feel like I was one of the Lucky Jazz. Yeah absolutely so. We'll get into all that would've start with obviously situation. We're in this quarantine right before you came on me. Marty Tommy were having just like this has to head like we can't work like like it was so depressing and you come on with Raya Sunshine. Not Having a blast insight. How has your quarantine mentor youth thriving in this situation? How by lifestyle got feel limit? My Best Life. Let's you know. I think when when something like this happens you do a lot of fake it right. I mean there's not a whole lot of things that you're able to do so for myself. It's kind of been a good process a good time to kind of look backwards. Let's see exactly what you can do. Move forward and for Myself Man. It's almost like it's Kinda hit me right in the face. It's almost like you need start reaching out and either number one trying to help coach trying to help the youth and trying to teach people things that they don't already know and so for myself man. That's what the swing doctor switched stuff started happening and to be able to use. Fox's platform and to be able to send out one instagram and the next day have like over five thousand. Dm's with different types of swings. It was almost like wow mad. Like people really WanNa see this and so for myself. I'm just trying to do the best I can met like. You said put a smile people face let him know like hey man. I know it's tough right now but we will get through this. We always do anytime something bad happens. We always pull begetter. Met and things are strong the backside so for myself man. I can't read last time. I've been the same place for three weeks route but I haven't had. I haven't had dinner with my family this many times in my entire life. So for a guy like me. It's used to traveling all the time to be able to be home and to be able to be a father and to try and continue to keep getting that relationship with my daughter's boys like outliving my best life round like this. We're gonNA live off positive person in all of Corinthian. I said I was watching your doctor. your your swing first of all entertaining hell and set wall. I am going to right after the. Cmu My swing. Because I wanna I wanNA see a dog and these guys know. I've played college baseball. I can't see guts. Have to tell her about who? I played college baseball. I am sitting in my sling. Well I think it's crazy you know because it's it's unbelievable. How many like the the different ages that I've been set swings frights everyone from a six year old softball player to a six year? Old Baseball player. All an unbelievable swing that right. Let's see so far and then also you got college kids that are sending me swings as well so for myself. I've really done a good job at trying to reach out to as many people as possible. I've even gone into the bed to reach phase of life where I kind of talked to a couple of guys now. We facetime for an hour a week. At most of the time I'll begin to realize it's not even necessarily about baseball. It's kind of about lights like what you're going through. It all just depends on what sort of age you're at because I can reach that six year old and I could pop in wealth and make you feel like the greatest baseball player ever but then I also feel like I could even you know go to a big leaguer at really break it down and tried to really dive deep into exactly what it really is a last season all night so I feel like I'm kind of like zoomed myself in the right direction. Men At the end of the day brought like all. I WANNA do a smile. I just WANNA be happy and I wanna live or good life and I feel like I'm doing a pretty good job of that one hundred so obviously baseball right now. Current Baseball Thrown through no one knows what the looking starting starting again. Right yourself in the shoes of of like. Let's say you're crime what you're going and you're in this situation like what would you be doing like how? How confusing messed up. Would you be right now? Man I've been able to reach out to a bunch of our minor. League is that we have in the organization and check it on those guys to see exactly how they're doing because bigly guys side about the minor league guys aren't getting paid shit right like they're not making us see and these guys are just in limbo trying to figure out like hey do. I go back home to the Dominican Republic right. It's not like they can just drive whole. There's so many more things that this is affected by and even for myself being especially adviser looking at it on the front office sought how about our amateur scouting right now. How are we supposed to scout these kids moving forward right? What about that kid? That was a junior. He lives really starting to make that charge. You know what I'm saying. Turn it into a senior and all of a sudden it senior year gets cut off like. It's all believable man. Like think about the things like what about the draft? What's going to happen with the draft? You can't you can't buy players as much anymore. You have to build them from what did and the draft is a huge thing especially for us. I mean we take a lot of pride in what we do as an organization amateur status wise so for us man. It's kind of like. Wow this is crazy town right now because we feel like we could be missing the boat on a bunch of great guys a hundred percent. Yeah we've talked to a few of those minor leaguers that you probably mentioned in the and it's just yeah. I can't imagine what they're going through right now. I don't know about that stuff like not being paid like I. I'm so focused on a major league team right now because obviously we all want to see baseball. We're like you don't think about like the other guys right now. Who are just completely thought. So yeah exactly. I'm even thinking about like seniors in high school going into college right like guys that are trying to make that push to the next level right. I mean whether you're going into professional sports going into college ball or something like this is not good for anybody so I think that a lot of people are using their social platforms to obviously show people what they have and I think a lot of you know. The scouts are really going to have to figure out a way to be creative. And try and figure out how we're going to be able to see the growth of these players in a year's time from last year to this year a lot of deals in the fifteenth round or something where you know a guy he wasn't able to prove himself but he was really good. Nfl We're going to have like a bunch of random people who typically. You're not really doing much twentieth round man. Well I think even if you look in the past we've got we've got a lot of superstars come the twentieth round. So I think just general everybody's just looking for the opportunity to write the opportunity to either go into the next level to jaw baseball businessworld. Whatever it is people just want that opportunity and I think a lot of opportunity. Circadian squandered right now because this pandemics. Do you think there's going to be baseball this year? You know what my heart of hearts I pray to God every day baby. I hope to console. There's no ideally some baseball football basketball hockey. I've been watching core goal and stuff lately breath go golfing tiger woods and Phil Mickelson. Bros GonNa have like a hundred million guys. We're going to be like watching the screen. We haven't had a whole lot to talk about right and talking about Tall Grady. We talk about rock and then obviously the NFL draft is just happened so we got a little bit to talk about there but other than that Rolex sports are like. There's not a whole lot. We can be chatting about we're treating MJ documentary like it's alive. Sporting event base by the way. How SMARTER HEBREW EH? Bringing that out right now I think he was probably getting a little tired of people saying Lebron was better than him and he was like what the sounds like a good time to pop out. I think the day the day he green lit. The documentary was the day of the Lebron Cavaliers. Jv imprint so I think it had a little something to do with it. You know so you have. A player should be an article announcing your retirement and it is phenomenal. And there's A. There's a store in the beginning about you playing softball and I just want you yet. Is that a little bit. There's no story that describes you more better than that sort. Well I tell you what man it's like I feel like I'm a little kid and I feel like I still am. I feel like I'm just blessed to have a passion for something that life and for me. It just happened to be baseball for my daughter's it's not even close to that is for something else but for myself. I was able to love something so much. I just wanted to do it so much and and I was blessed for that because I wasn't talented. Lack everybody else so. I had to work harder than everyone else to try to get to that level. Try Get to that level. So we're myself met. I retire thinking cool ways that I could tell people. I'm retiring because what people to know. Hey this is the end of my life man. This is the beginning of a next chapter for me. Because I'm going to try and kick ass in my second career same way. I'll try to kick ass and my first career so for myself. Broad like man I I got into a little softball league right and it was cool. 'cause I was Kinda scruffy like I am now you don't say this. I got my hat on backwards right and I feel good because I'm like wow man. This states low rowing just like sitting there. And I'm just you know just ready right myself. I caught up the first fat right. Hit a paw right come around catchers. Wow man like us a really good sweet right there. I know I. I'm working on a work your progress but like you're saying that. I play when I was in the outfield. It was almost like I just. I felt like I was somewhere else and I remember bomb straight to my right man and I got a great beet on it. Bro. Now let's be honest. We've all played softball it parks and they're not exactly the most plush areas but baby care. I meant it eat bro. I full extension laid out and you know when you die and you just know when everything is just ripped to shreds on the inside you know what that whether it's a floor bird whether it's her burn or whatever it is you know something's not right and so for myself a new path feeling just took it back to a great place in my life and so for myself read. I just tried to go up there and keep grinding. Roku plan and south does not as easy as it looks though you know what I.
Quibi says 'Quit it' - and tells a fan podcaster to stop
"The latest from our newsletter pod News Dot net is a noun or verb query is definitely a noun. I honestly don't know what a noun or is maybe. We'll never find out because a show by fans of quite a mobile video platform has been told to cease and desist hosts of the podcast. Say That quivers lawyers got in contact insisting you can't use the name Qube. You can't tell anyone that you're about qube. You can talk about Quebec but no one can know through your title and you can't have any artwork that resembles our stuff. The show which is about Qube has a new name. Off Streamers search engine optimization has never been more important for podcasting a PODCAST SEO PRODUCT. Poddar has been launched. Today it allows you to ensure you're choosing the right names and keywords feel podcast promises your search rank keywords you want and allows you to check your competitors. Appearance to pricing is from seven dollars a month after a fourteen day trial. Palooza life has announced. Its lineup for this weekend including Kara Swisher Corey doctor. Oh and Scott Galloway. It's a covert nineteen relief fundraiser. Forgive directly tickets as much or as little as you'd like Paul Tracks says the daily has seen a yearly increase in. Us audience of seventy three percent monthly audiences increased by seven percent in the month of March. It's part of their paid for category report Patriot. A crowd funding service used by podcasters and used by US has laid off thirty employees which is thirteen. Percent OF THEIR WORKFORCE ONLY LAST MONTH. The company was claiming record growth for the platform. We by the way our pod mused on net slash Patriot and Edison research and NPR releasing. This smart audio reports which looks at the usage of smart speakers a little earlier this year and a free Webinar. On April the thirtieth changing times mean changing consumption. Vox Nest of released an update on Cova. Nineteen podcast listening across their network. The main claim is global. Podcast lessons are out by forty two percent for comparison to listening in the first week of January a time when many people especially in your holiday the graphs appears to show that all territories of increased though since the end of March and that categories around people's hobbies and passions are doing well. The company does note that as a whole. Us podcast listens had down by over twenty percent however Pacific Content Steve. Pratt highlights different ways. Their podcast production company is thinking. The pandemic has changed marketing. Effective speed to market and highlighted the benefit of topicality and head come has seen a ten percent decrease according to deadline the piece also includes ill-will Fu claim a small decline as well and Paul Cost News. Keeping up with corona is a new podcast on airlines. Iheart podcast network Australia. It's all about how to navigate life and keep the kids sane while dealing with isolation might be interested to know podcasts. Evergreen content is being augmented with the latest information using dynamic content insertion clever radio survival. Podcast has an interview with me. If you're interested in radio across the world and this one might be few if you're off it probably isn't and Iheartradio is getting into audio fiction in the states with the release this week of lighthouse ten part scripted horror thriller
"swisher" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Throw to first and back is Swisher Swisher is a a non base runner well what was Kevin long has been working lately last couple months actually with Robbie Cano is too cold go the opposite way he'd gotten away from that stroke he was so good at it for a while last year and then the beginning of this year he's gotten away from it and this is the place for he's gonna throw in one of those sinkers they to swing on in line to right center there is a basic the he pulled up the gap in right center their role to the three eighty five but the Yankee bullpen Swisher scored easily won nothing yanks I'm not sure if we say hitting on the other side of the plate it was strong enough to reach across the plains and Wall there on the wall to second baseman historic going it so easily a third base okay Cabrera and it's inside so runner third two out is a big banner of base it means a second run it's breaking ball strike so there are going after him with the lean on deck you could walk milky governor three for fourteen in the playoffs no homers or RBIs the trouble for cocoa one nothing yanks and the left hander Saunders now deals up fastball to anyone John I don't know whether or not made any difference but that ball coming in from Torey hunter white office Tauruses glove I I am not the kind of changes defense that we've seen over the years two one a mole Lena your other two Cabrera low three in one Susan I did see the ball dropped and rolled away but so she would have scored that ball rolled all the way to the wall switch around very well and when they were getting the ball and throwing it in he was racing down from third it was a lot of troubles when is a trouble for Kano three one a milky a **** strong on the outside corner three and two looking opens up the second RBI his first was in the ninth inning of game three the clinching game in Minnesota Robbie leads on third with two out of three to two Melky and the swelling on and straight back John sterling Susan Waldron bottom the second one of the gangs could know of third two out it'll be a three tuna melt the pets hello in the dirt but now he went after it and Napoli throws to first for the put out to the strike thank you settle for one room on one hit a two out walk and then a trouble in the example one nothing lead at the end of two here on the New York Yankees radio network driven by G. this is Jesse so Reilly auto parts story as a nurse not making it to work was not an option but driving through the snow with my wiper blades struggling I just didn't feel safe so I pulled into Reilly auto parts and before I knew it and employee was offering to install the wiper blades on my card I got to stay out of the snow for a moment and I still made it to work on time all the old parts I am Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and rocket mortgage during these challenging times our commitment to providing you with the best mortgage experience remains we understand that hardships may arise and we're prepared to help mortgage rates remain near historic lows if you think that now is the right time to refinance your mortgage or home loan experts are available to help twenty four hours a day seven days a week at rocket mortgage dot com call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states in M. L. S. consumer access dot org number thirty three at sprint our priorities keeping our customers employees and communities safe during these uncertain times get the great service you expect without leaving the safety of your home shop at sprint dot com for our best new phone deals like the amazing iPhone eleven leased it for just fifteen dollars a month when you switch stay healthy and go to sprint dot com today I believe in sixty four gigabyte fifty dollars per month after fourteen seventy monthly credit applied within two bills were sitting with reasonable credit to cancel the remaining amounts to offering coverage available B. taxes and restrictions apply it's been over a decade since the Yankees won a World Championship and WFAN is bringing you that playoff run we return to game two of the ALCS played on October seventeenth two thousand and nine against the Los Angeles angels of Anaheim at Yankee Stadium now we go to the third inning so the exam given Burnett a one nothing lead on the two out walk just Swisher manageable marginal Swisher really is uncanny for god does not a high batting average at all no yes power he draws a lot of walks he sure does that's what he does Watson.
"swisher" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"For the lines of Swisher can make the turn and go to third with all goes to second from Francisco and for the second straight inning the Yankees at first and third one out now they didn't score in the first inning I'm not saying they have to score here but if you waste opportunities against closely you may never get opportunities again here's Derek Jeter very good and bad by Brett Gardner who waited on that pitch as it was it was coming in a little slower than the other fastballs he saw and he got the bat around and there was a very good it back by Breitbart well his first hundred bats hitting around two eighty is awfully good Jeter singled hard to left center is first time and Derek now is over three hundred and three oh one first and third one out which fastball high and they don't want to lose you the Aggies in get a run they missed their the bases loaded one out and can struck out in the sun struck a so this is the key man in the inning can G. to get the ball out of the infield to go to run it Swisher off third Gardner offers and the one is loan account to another Swisher leads off third Gardner a first pitch swing on in line the love field it is a basic Swisher scores Gardner goes the second Jeter is two for two that one a ruby single ease take one nothing lead and once again didn't try and do too much shot back setting up on the outside part of the plate it came back.
Coronavirus pandemic triggers racist attacks against Asian Americans
"Business so while the regular ER doctors are taking care of cove in patients the orthopedist can take care of the folks coming in for car accidents heart attacks and drug overdoses because remember we all did internships we all did our rotations in medical school and you don't forget the stuff it's like riding a bike in a lot of ways we might be a little rusty at it at Harvard public health professor doctor and she's job says these changes won't be enough hospitals need to plan for a lot of their stuff to get sick our best understanding of the high rates of infection is really because of a combination of inadequate PPP let us personal protective equipment like masks gowns and gloves and fatigue and just long long work hours people start getting tired and they just end up being a little bit less vigilant and can make mistakes researchers also believe prolonged exposure to the virus itself puts doctors at higher risk of becoming seriously ill this is an issue I'm deeply worried about because this creates a cascade where once health care workers are getting sick everybody else has to work more hours which increases their risk preventing this vicious cycle is going to be difficult Chris Taylor is a resident doctor in the ER and SF general right now their contingency staffing plans involve doctors working more hours people are volunteering their extra time to be part of the backup system should residents got sick meaning they're working on their days off we're talking about changing the length of people shifts so they can work past the current limit of eighty hours per week at center hospitals and doctors so sure says they are thinking about how to reduce contact with covert patients clearly limiting exposure is important we try to do that by limiting people's actual presence and rotating people out and make sure they get rest but they haven't figured out exactly how to do that yet Swisher says they're working on those protocols
Report: Pistons seeking lottery pick for Derrick Rose
"There's a report out there that the Pistons are looking looking for a lottery pick in any. Derrick rose trade so Swisher straps derrick. Rose is worth a lottery. Pick her on I think that's a stretch. I think he's worth a pig but not a lottery pick you know. I think that they're roses still relatively young. I don't know what thirty thirty one maybe maybe Being Young He's thirty thirty twenty nine thirty somewhere in that range and I think that no due to his His his history injuries and etc.. Yeah I think that he's still going to perform a high level. He Still GonNa you know. He's preserved his body through injury and do a Guinness sell back healthy. He's missed extended period time so he's not the traditional thirty one thirty year old so I think he's GonNa be really really good for the next four or five years possibly longer because this mindset is different. I think he's trying to really make his mark in say that you cannot tell the story of basketball without mentioning me. I think he has more all star Games. I think he's trying to do that in accomplish debt. So it'd be interesting to see what happens going
The Tesla Model Y is sized just right, and this will help it stand tall against rivals - Teslarati
"The company's tremendously innovative. It doesn't it takes enormous risks it. It's I forget the new model that they launched last year the more affordable model but that seems to be getting traction the pickup truck inspired this kind of this tesla like wondering that people have come to expect expect. They're not afraid to do things. Incredibly different supposed to their China. Production is coming on action can now. They're producing a thousand cars. A day is so they've hit. They're starting to do something something that they've never done before. And that is actually hit targets. They're famous or not hitting them salute. The company is firing a I would say it's firing on all cylinders if it wasn't an electric car but it's conducting on all Lithium Iodine or whatever. The appropriate analogy is the company's executing congratulations to them glad the the Bulls won. I don't have a position position in the stock but it's interesting seems a little bit more reinvigorated. I mean at one point. He was tweeting from the China factory. And then he was. Somehow it's a SPACEX facility. It was like what are you cloned yourself like. You know it's interesting. He's quite you know I think he's probably emboldened by winning the winning the case and sort of getting himself in line Ryan and so You know he's got a lot of energy that guy. I'll tell you that whether it's it's huge vindication for him because you know the stock's up above where he said he was gonNA take the company opening private when he committed blatant manipulation improved at the. Sec Hell still lacks sack and is not there to protect investors but protect management anyway But it is. There's just snow getting around at Tesla's on fire. I couldn't have been more wrong on that one.
Iridium's Pivotal Role In Our Past And ... Maybe Our Future?
"We're talking about iridium as show. What does this element tell us about dinosaurs? and how they went extinct. We're going to go back. Tens of millions of years ago to start. Yeah well we start and say like nineteen eighty. That's what I said Richard. I said one thousand nine hundred nineteen eighty okay. Well that's actually. When an academic paper gets published by a group led by a father and son team from the a University of California at Berkeley Louis Alvarez the father of physicist and by the way Nobel Prize winner and his son Walter Alvarez? WHO's a geologist and they? We're interested in a specific period of time. In Earth's history it was a transition between two geologic periods the Cretaceous period and the Paleocene good ones too good period. Yeah so dinosaurs still roamed the earth during the Cretaceous period. But after that you don't find any of these dino bones except in our current dinosaurs birds. You're you know what I mean. I I do know what you mean. Yeah thinking of dinosaurs. Birds Birds Dinosaurs. Same thing it's sad. It's true so at any rate but the Alvarez's weren't actually trying to answer that big. Why did the dinosaurs go extinct? Mystery that point Walter and Louis Alvarez. We're trying to answer. Just one part of that riddle which is how quickly that transition between the two periods took place so walter trump off to Italy where there are rock outcrops that were laid down his sediment back at the time of that transition. Okay seems like a good idea. Why look at those rocks knocks well to get the back story? I talked to another Berkeley scientists. My name is Paul Renae. And I'm the director of the Berkeley Ju- Chronology Center any said the secret to figuring Out How fast. That transition happened involved measuring dust from outer space. That's constantly raining down on earth. Tiny amounts Louis Alvarez Walter's father her biggest physicist thought. Well you know we can determine that we can. We can make some reasonable assumptions about how much dust is coming in from from extraterrestrial sources. Okay extraterrestrial we're talking stuff from outside Earth or the atmosphere in Richard. Can I just say the fact that somebody thought thought about measuring cosmic dust to figure out the passage of time sixty million years ago is objectively awesome. It is and when you think about the dust coming from asteroids colliding with each other. It's even cooler and they were looking for particular stuff and In particular if we look at an element. That's rare on on earth but common in meteors in an element. That's rare on earth but common in asteroids Guess what we're talking about Matty I'm going to take out style and I'm GonNa say radium. Guess Excellent guests. Thank you are we. But what's the role of the dust here right well. Louis was operating unreasonable unreasonable assumption. which is that? This dust from meteors rains down on the earth. More or less constant rate. It's dust of course enriched with iridium. So I figured if they could measure is your how much iridium had built up in. This transitional layer. They would be able to tell. How long taken to accumulate? So I'm thinking sort of figuring out how much snow fell over a period of the time. If you know the rate at falls and how much is on the ground except this is tens of millions of years ago Roger Dodger tens of millions of years ago and the iridium doesn't Milton the sunlight so it sticks sticks around you can still see at sixty five or sixty six years later so so it didn't rate when they ran those calculations with the Alvarez's found was stunning. The results were so so extreme. That just just a the passage of a long time would not really explain this. It was many times greater than the amount amount of radium in this layer than expected just from this gradual accumulation so the conclusion they drew was that there had been some huge pulse of extraterrestrial Oriole's Joe Matter and the obvious conclusion that they quickly came to was that it was a large impact a large impact. We're talking to you asteroid did we are an asteroid They think the asteroid smashes into the earth destroying so much of life on earth and throwing up an enormous muscle mass of dust into the atmosphere. The dust itself caused mass extinctions but it also had iridium in it and it spread around the Earth so they realized this collision is a big one and and the conditions that resulted you know reasonably enough they thought they theorized killed off. These won't bring dinosaurs. You know what you're nobody ever thinks about that other life. I feel like it's always dinosaurs. Dinosaurs dinosaurs. I know you don't get little plastic models of marine for him. And if we're talking to you as I mentioned in this paper was published back in one thousand nine hundred eighty and back then. A catastrophic end seemed to mini scientists pretty far fetched because evolution takes place over millions of years so so a lot of scientists were expecting to see gradual changes. and and Paul Rennie says when the Alvarez has proposed this meteor theory created quite a stir in the community it did. Yeah I mean. It was originally not widely accepted but acceptance sort of came in waves and the biggest confirmation team win in the early nineties. There was the discovery of the crater on the northern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. A study published in. Today's issue of Science magazine appears to add weight to a theory that a giant media or struck the earth. Sixty five million years ago and what is now Mexico many scientists. This is the Intro to my story that aired in NPR back in Nineteen ninety-two. Some scientists. See this as evidence that helps prove their theory that the dinosaurs were wiped out by a giant asteroid or comet but as NPR NPR science correspondent Richard Harris reports the theories baby Richard Harris Science reporter even covering this story for a bit. I have indeed actually packs into the early nineteen eighties but that no dinosaur drug please and a really big asteroid could scatter iridium dust. Globally the question was. Where's the crater that a huge asteroid like that would make take a look and listen to all that? Join Your Voice you know I know well what what can be more fun than dead dinosaurs. Really Okay So. This study found the point of impact for the giant asteroid. Yes it was a crater one hundred ten miles across called Jiffy Lube and it was created by this asteroid that had a tremendous amount of explosive power. As you can. Well imagine sure so. When these geologist tested the age of the materials from the crater it turned out to date very closely to the mass extinction by the way? Dating methods. have been recalibrated calibrated since that paper. So scientists now say that catastrophe happened. Sixty six million years ago. Not Sixty five million. What's a million years among friends? Yeah yeah yeah absolutely so Joe. Yeah but the point is of course the impact and the dinosaurs demise lineup perfectly and for that nineteen ninety-two story. I talked to Carl Swisher at the Institute of Human Origins which at the time was in Berkeley Berkeley Berkeley Berkeley no even much larger when we went across the street to the UC. Berkeley and told Walter Alvarez the ages we're getting I think he was quite excited because he spent What the last Ten fifteen years trying to find a crater of each throughout the World Team Alvarez for the win absolutely yes for the most part. There's a lot of evidence but there will always be some skeptics in the scientific community. And you know it's also important maybe to mention that at the same time about the same time there was a whole lot of volcanic activity we also on the earth. So there's always people thinking one two punch. Maybe you're saying definitely came. But was it the absolute Khuda Gra for all these dinosaurs. That's still that's still debated. Yeah astroid touch volcanoes low bit of mix maybe so okay Richard Radium helped us figure out our dinosaur extinction mystery. You mentioned earlier that it could also help us potentially prevent the next global catastrophe. We're not talking another asteroid here. No we have Bruce Willis For Asteroids if you remember the action movie Armageddon No no no actually. We're talking about climate change climate change. How does a radium help? Well what we really need to do to. Combat climate change is to have clean fuel. That's cheaper than fossil fuels. If we could get such a thing in other words would quickly switch to the cheaper fuel and we'd stop dumping all that carbon dioxide said in the atmosphere. I don't know about quickly but sure. That's the dream. Richard Yeah Fair enough. So what's the link between clean fuels radium. Well we really liked to capture energy. She from sunlight and turn that into liquid fuels now. Plants figured this out long before the dinosaurs were even around. Tho- sent this says that's right and the first step in this process is to split a water molecule. And the problem is this is not so easy to do in the lab what chemist need is a catalyst so the chemicals that that speed up chemical reactions out there getting stuff done. You got it and I'm guessing you can see where I'm going with this. A radium is a good catalyst. It is a great catalyst for this purpose and imagine turning sunlight into hydrogen fuel or liquid fuel. You could put into an airplane. Of course there's one eighty problem with the scenario. Iridium you will recall. Aw is one of the rarest elements on Earth's crust because of his scarcity's one of the most expensive metals as well. So he does complicate our Laura Research so is the Mother Nature through that us. That's Guanghui Wing. He's a chemistry professor at Boston College. And he's trying to develop an iridium catalyst to make fuel out of sunlight and he's trying to get around this issue of how little of it. We have our ideas that we wanted to utilize this catheters to his maximum. That is we wanted Khimik every atom conce and since iridium is so rare he wants to make sure every single atom in a catalyst is actually at work speeding up reactions even so oh it's probably a stretch to think about building industry around iridium right so he and his colleagues are also hoping that once they understand how iridium does this magic they can find something else that will work as a catalyst as well or nearly as well and ideally something. That's abundant on the earth. So iridium or something like it could potentially help save the day. That's
Edward Snowden And Mass Surveillance At the start of this decade
"A federal judge ruled that proceeds from Edward Jones Memoir permanent record to be paid to the US this government because he violated the terms of his employment contract with the US government in publishing the book. You clearly don't follow me on twitter. You're GONNA love this. I wrote real quickly on twitter. There's so many it's with someone. Summarize twitter perfectly as does not pay. I know I wrote espionage a bitch and I know you don't like it when I used that word and so many people weighed in against against me and it's inspired me and as you to learn more about Edward Stone because a lot of people who unless they're bought as far as I know the Russian show is trying to gain my trust but who seem thoughtful weighed in and said you got this wrong. Edward Snowden is a patriot. It's there's much great podcasts. You could read the book. I'm sending you the the book I am sending you the book I'm going to learn more about Edward Snowden. That's your Christmas present. The free book I got from it again here. We go again and going to give it to me an intermission at cats right anyway. So what I'm GONNA we're going out here. We can't Handy Randy. Who Might Not Randy? Were coming to your show. All right. So Edward Snowden you think he should not be paid for the for the money to go to government because he violated the terms of his employment contract. That's what thank you will be going to be more measured here. I need to learn more about Edward Snowden because a lot of people that I respect said turn got it. Got It wrong on this one. So I'm going to try and learn. Learn more about how a guy decides to state secrets. Shove a thumb drive up his ass and moved to China and Russia's a hero so I'm going to try to understand how that makes my hero but anyways anyways and I'm sure the Russians anything cube there was no shoving with the thumb drive. I'm sorry there was a Rubik's cube that he took in and out so there you have it
"swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"Save lives. Okay we're back. We Tamed Scott. Kara Swisher compound of the year Comma has managed to do excellent job. Scott we're gonNA Listener Mail now you've got an interesting email last week from someone who wanted to remain anonymous about their experience at we work. They said that their family member worked as a salesperson at the company for about six months before quitting thing they were paid more on commission than the rent the tenant was paying for. We work for the entire lifetime. At least they signed got. Can you talk about this room. Manager session basically basically this shows they were indications this model was gonNA fail long before there s one and this is what the listener said this scheme essentially. So what do you think about that arm. MM seriously my mind stop. I still can't get over the fact you beat out the daily for podcast or the year anyways branches catching up to what's going on today but anyways so like you know who caused us this listener Armao thing Amazon and that is Amazon. Basically reconstructed a reshape the relationship between investors and the marketplace and as a result absolutely reshaped behavior capital allocation. Now how did this happen. How do we work but go ahead? Let me see it's A. It's a long winding road but I'm a I'm a thought leader. Let me just do Michael Barone voice go on go on so anyways you know him. I'd love to have some dirt on him. He's I think very intriguing anyways for the first time for the first time in history Accompanied Got Third Most Valuable Company in the world and arguably the most influential company in the world with almost no or negligible profitability and what Amazon top the markets to do which drive everything. Compensation typically drives everything is they taught the markets to replace profits with vision and growth and so all of a sudden selling seton companies. Take a page out of that book and as long as we can massively grow the top line line. Profitability takes a distant number two so if we as a means of growing our top line faster than any real estate company in history can incentivize brokers to get any any tenant in these these ten new buildings or facilities were opening up every week and create a top line growth that is unprecedented. The world a real estate if we build.
"swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"Listen kill the Music Rebecca. Oh yes we are the champions my used. We've we've got an exciting announcement. Rebecca stop playing that awful all music. Listen Pivot won an award. We one thought leadership podcast of the year. which is very funny because we really do need to have some thoughts? I I am here let me just say I am so sick of not being objectified. I have my husband and everyone else I know gave me a Peleton and I now have a girlish figure figure I want. I'm sick of being appreciated for my brain. I'm sticking this congeniality even mean doc leadership. Have they met US literally. They met US. We're very thoughtful people. That's literally like the Lee Sexy Award Ever Bernard but the sexy award was won by me. Karen Swisher for Rico Decode Ad Week's Tech podcast a year and a big one in the year. I beat Michael Barbaro I kick Joe. Rogan's ass I mean really seriously. It's clear that vox does. Vox Own the company that owns out a week. I've Brad that and almost swallowed my tongue. Listen to podcasts. Important and SMART SMART I. I am just really fantastic. You're like Helen Reddy at the one thousand nine hundred. Ninety grammys everything. I am woman numbers too big to me. Many.
Big News for Brokerages
"Charles Schwab the largest publicly traded discount broker is reportedly in talks to buy the second largest publicly traded discount broker. Td Ameritrade this is part of an ongoing disruption in the brokerage industry. Here's here's a refresher. When trading stocks retail investors basically individuals investing for themselves and not for an organization pay a commission or fee to the broker or Ebro Grinch who completes the trade on their behalf? Of course it's not as great a deal for the investors as companies that collect those fees and have consequently faced pressure to reduce them and reduce them. They have J. P. Morgan Chase unveiled a free trading APP in August and within two months all the other major brokerages had followed suit or at least announced plans to follow suit. Td Ameritrade and Charles Schwab among them. But here's the RUB. The commission's contribute to the revenue of the brokerages who collect them and eliminating that revenue stream has worried shareholders golders. At any rate. The industry is changing. Here's Becky with today's story. Charles Schwab Corporation and talks by. Td Ameritrade and a deal could be announced as early today that move if it happens would consolidate an industry. That's been going through massive disruption calls to Schwab and td Ameritrade have not been returned but obviously the entire complex flex seems to be moving on this joining us to talk more about this as Mike Santoli and Mike. What do you think obviously blockbuster Bosox being up tells you that the market believes CBS? This area is crowded too much capacity and there's great synergies in a deal for cutting costs. I think that the going zero commissions was a sign that the the competition for retail assets had gotten to that. Also it's not just in commissions right. I mean the whole industry is going to very low fee exchange traded funds these these these kind of software based advisory services where it's a very low fee to all that stuff has been constant pressure. And I do think that you had Ameritrade take the biggest hit it really. In total market cap from Zero Commission move much more leverage to the trading business. It's been an industry. That's gotten rolled up a lot over the past decades but this this would be a real step up in that activity because you had had a bit of a low. And it's interesting you mentioned e-trade being down on each raiders vacillated about potentially being a seller being in place. It's been considered a potential target and Schwab Ameritrade obviously would be to the obvious buyers potentially coming from one of the and in fact Ameritrade typically viewed as a acquirer In fact maybe that's why some of the valuation was a little bit depressed because they just did by Scott Trade and it's unclear if they were going to continue to be a buyer. Also one interesting thing about this. This is both companies still have kind of the founder families with ownership. This is the first generation of this industry. It's never been passed down really so it's it's sort of a fascinating Joe talked about that earlier. Just about how this industry came out of nowhere. And he's going to the market together. Yeah when this company exists it's going to be ninety billion dollar company for how long how long how long are we going to beat about. I know I know but I I just think that there's a lot of it's GonNa come out of this value of three children and assets of restaurants that you can glean some kind of whatever and that's that's the day better than some I mean they would do some serious rationalization yes and there's parts of this business. I think they're culturally very different. And do you think they've gone head to head in an aggressive way to be either back end operations service of registered investment advisers which is basically the fastest growing part until the questions I'd ask are do you think that. What kind of savings do you think can really ring out of combined company like this and then in terms of is is back in technology? I think it's a marketing dollars. The Marketing Donald is going to be a big money cost of account. Acquisition is one the leading costs and technologies probably the leading costs so put them together. Combining headquarters remember. I mean. Td Ameritrade right you had td. Bought Waterhouse Ameritrade thinker Swim. There were all it was really a fragment so people know the playbook in terms of putting these companies together rationalizing trying to retain all the customers and getting the kind of picking the best operations that you have among the two companies so I do think I don't know the magnitude I haven't seen the estimates but the market is telling telling you the efficient and you think this is a response to Fintech effectively. It's a response to yeah to the to the Robin Hood. Venture capital. Subsidized is businesses. That are now pressuring these other guys to consolidate I think that's the most recent catalyst but even the development of those Robin Hoods and the Fintech businesses says just reflect the fact that retail finance has become software I mean even if you look at at Merrill Lynch what they've been doing with their human an advisory is skewing NAM upscale. And make sure you know for all of David Salomons efforts at Goldman Sachs to try to get some sticky money in there which is what then Marcus businesses all about. Why doesn't it traditional play? I'm not I'm not suggesting that go by. TD AMERITRADE and jump into this situation. But you'd think that all of these players would therefore be up for grabs for some of the classic sort of old school not beyond the realm at all right There's a huge chunk of all of the integrated brokers like Mike Marrow. Where eight is basically merrill edge it would right they call it where they kind of shunt you into a automated on a call center type right and so you know it's not incompatible with something like you know I think for Goldman Nicotine? It looked. We had the infrastructure. We have all the all the exchange memberships we had the back end. We can do ourselves into
New York regulator probes Apple Card algorithms for gender bias after viral tweets
"Well I'll go rhythms are in the spotlight as a New York regulator investigates Goldman Sachs were possible sex discrimination in the way it sets credit limits now the bank denies any wrongdoing the pro follows web developer David Hansen's revelation that the algorithms used for the apple cart gave him a credit limit twenty times greater than his wife who has better credit re code and co founder Kerr Swisher told CNBC algorithms have humans behind them therefore they are not designed as well as they should
More jobs added than expected for October
"As well as the latest unemployment number jobs Friday is always on a Friday and the it's have key content CNBC's lawnmower was live at the Labor Department in Washington really beating expectations the unemployment rate ticked up slightly just three point six percent race over the year the worker strike at General Motors had an impact on last month's this the employment in motor vehicles in parts with down by forty two thousand if the strike last week so it won't affect next month's report but something to keep in mind today the policeman surprised and optimistic give it to the potentially each higher sustainable rate Kate Moore who is asset manager blackrock it doesn't turn out to be the case I mean I think this is an unequivocally strong report pretty rosy ah look at where we are the thirty thousand foot yes we're stronger than we thought we were yesterday the numbers another metric watch today manufacturing hires the Institute for Supply Stories and other workplaces that came out after broadcast today slightly below forecasts just if the market reacted negatively to a weaker than expected I am and the last element of rate came in at tick higher than September's clocking in at three point six percent overall
"swisher" Discussed on Masters in Business
"<music>. I'm okay no people who are politically. I just want to spend the money whereas when my most things you can't figure and then like well this is this and like you can't figure everything but that's it's a clear one right. That's a clear one like i get that has signalled. If i eat like a hershey bar this money i can't figure all that of course but in this case this guy made a prominent gesture and i'm gonna make a prominent gesture back so that's you know and that's a there's no logic to its swisher logic and by the way cares logic applies to care okay. Can i tell you there is logic to when someone is going to be a very visible patron of someone whose beliefs not just disagree with yours yours but are actively oppressing your <hes> identification care. I just don't like it. I don't like it. I want to get money. That's all that's. It's not even that complicated complicated by the way i feel terrible for mentally whalen soul cycle. I'd love to have on the podcast to talk about it. I think i think the people of soul cycle. I'm so sorry that they have to go through this but you know what will spin in two separate britt entities. I was like i want to call the rain jobs and say lorraine who does love soul cycle allows awarding this something about it you know yeah but then you reward award his bid for fun. I hang out with friends. That's it <hes> tell us what you're most optimistic and pessimistic about in your chosen field of technology journalism <hes> i am optimistic because there's so much exciting stuff going on until much innovation happening journalism and i think that even though people sort of declared at the end when people were declaring the end of the world and stuff i remember berry dealer saying you know it's just it's never that is never you. You can't wine and give up on things. That's like losing bed for five thousand journalists tend to like not like sometimes like i was talking to someone they're like oh. This is happening and this is without me. I'm like did you check if this is what's happening because you're just making that up and so i think you have to really feel you know anyone who has children has to believe in the future anyone you know and i have a lot of children so i believe in the future. I don't wanna have children if i didn't so what are you pessimistic about <hes> the autocracy i on one hand. I feel like autocrats always end up dead in danish drainage ditch which i studied holocaust quite heavily propaganda and stuff now go so you can get really bad wins the point where it stays bad and it hasn't so far history. There's always someone who looks at joseph mccarthy and says have you no shame in it ends like it doesn't end totally but it stops the fever stops. You have someone at the salem witch right off the salem witch trials. They were terrible. They ended the you know the i was around when i was a formative years. Aids was terrible during the reagan administration the stuff the reagan was doing was appalling. Good james watson trees cause cancer what everybody's using trees cause pollution. Remember him yeah at night. They exhale carbon in writing. Whatever james why where i'm sure he's not living anymore but he was just there's either. There's always these people that are retrogade and and i use i'll end on this one of my favorite. <hes> i see the what i do for fun i go to the theater. I love seeing moulin rouge nine stuff like that have a say you seen to kill a mockingbird of course recited powerful..
Seattle, Tim Beckham And Robinson Cano discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
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"swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"What if we could diagnose diseases before we got sick? Technology is changing healthcare and making good doctors integrate ones Samsung next explains how in their new series the end of the beginning watch it at Samsung next dot com slash beginning hi everyone this pivot from the vox media podcast network. I'm Cara Swisher Scott Galloway Scott. We're together. We are together together district of Columbia on our nation's capital the thank you very much you and Tammi out Avid Hillary Rosendahl ups right through party for me last night and I not only felt very American. I felt very loved. Yes yes party for the Algebra of happiness but you you had an rant you rancid in front of the power elite of Washington. It was nice. I loved it but everyone seems so shocked ranters downhill. Everyone literally seemed like they were going to swallow their tongue insure if they were horrified or turned on the mix it was like sex with me when I was a younger man. I'm horrified yet. Slightly compelled L. Like first of all you trashed all the tech companies and then blamed everyone here for not doing their job right like they're doing their job but you're not doing yours. If it walks like a duck yeah exactly exactly likely and then you talked about happiness how they can be happy which which may sound so that's right angry depress professor on happiness that makes sense yeah quite something. There was silence in the room Steve Case. They're a bunch of people you had a a lot of it was very executive producer for meet the press and you're gonNA. Are you gonNA go on now. Do you think the press that's what's called good judgment yeah bring the craze. Now we should know who's that woman with perfect skin crazy Z. smart. WHO's on there all the time? She was there last night. Oh yeah yeah yeah she was on R. M. E. J. Alcindor Code. She's amazing yeah yeah. She had been to the Acosta press conference. He was telling me about it and he was there too although he looks fourteen what's what all these young people seriously. Jim Acosta's yeah. They look fourteen the former wonder what was that was really great you in Washington party yeah and it's one of the one of the things I thought about after meeting wonder woman is that it's so easy to have stereotypes I would have thought that she'd be Kinda preserved and like wonder woman and I kind of coy and she runs up to you and hugs and she's delightful rightful and nice and friendly and anyway we had a good time and now you're tricked out with swag from Tammy democracy Washington Post shirts all this he's wearing a democracy dies darkness. The Washington imposed which is good. I'm glad you had a good time and here we are in Washington. There's lots of talk about in Washington right now. As we speak I think president trump is having a social media summit will work. We'll get to that well. Actually let's start with that so I wrote this week about out <hes> the decision that really big decision actually that he cannot block people on twitter. He's got everyone. He can't block people. He doesn't like essentially neither can other public officials. They wrote a column about how he's more tethered to twitter than ever. This is sort of the marriage the marriage made in reality heaven and that he how he uses it and what would he do without it and one of the things he's having of course even though he's indebted to twitter and indebted to the Internet and and others in the tech space he's having the social media summit which he didn't invite twitter and didn't bite facebook to nor do they wanna come and it's packed full with people who are GonNa wind about shadow banning and this and that what what anything well we talked about this.
"swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"Everyone this is pivot from the vox media podcast network. I'm CARA Swisher. And this is an Faqih. You love that you love that. I don't like it. She got she was in court this week with Felicity and others. Yeah. So by the way, that's the beginning of the revolution income inequality mind, you start shaming rich people. A little ridiculous shameless. Shame. Shame people. Give me a break. Enough already. Come out already. They don't care. They don't care. What's next? Bob saga. Come on. Alone. I understand. That's what I understand that's called being a man in Hollywood. But he's a you didn't think you know, whatever his name is. Never land. I'm totally thought the other night, I fell asleep in my kids watched it, and then we're traumatized for the next two days having not seen it you've seen his guess what a guy with a glittery glove who hung out with monkeys and ferris wheels and had little kid sleeping in his room. He molested them. Spoiler alert. Yeah. My kid's boiler alertly disturbed by how it's really disturbing. The second. Yeah. That's what everybody says. And then they moved back to game of thrones for the way, which just premiered the new the new season, I wasn't invited. And I know all these people at HBO, and I wasn't invited. Anyway. Anyway, let's get the big story speaking dismembering people Facebook again once again, what have you heard of? Sure every day. It's like, they they I think they kept it on a hard drive and gave it to like the Russians like all the all the information about everybody. There was there was a several hack stories and everything else. And then, of course, Mark Zuckerberg wrote a wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post asking to be regulated. Please regulate me except on his terms, obviously. So that was kind of odd in strange, and I just it was very presumptuous that he should sort of start to talk about this. And of course, the way I read it was that he wanted to have them clean up his mess and help us paint his fence. I so I I I noted on CNBC. We don't wanna paint billionaires fences for them. Yeah. It's just weird. I don't know. There's a there's a lot of Europe to the face for sa-. Facebook is the digital Donald Trump. And that is any one of these things would be disqualified people because three days you hear something. Outrageous. You become numb to it? So it's like, oh, okay. He said something ridiculously racist. Wait, he is a racist await. He also he also attacks people also. Intersection. You you just keep hearing all these things. And because it's one after the Wells Fargo, do, you know, the whole loan docs, handle their big mistake was not being, you know, more felonious, not doing more and more bad Steph repeatedly because what happens is you become numb to it. And that's literally how everyone can get away with it. But you're right. It's it is an astonishing every week. There's something different. You're like what did they do? Again. Didn't they do that or any and? Yeah, you know, I agree and this this now he's he's appearing. He's doing an interview George Stephanopoulos and stuff like that. Whatever he's he talks a lot. He gets out there a lot and says almost nothing because these these these are not challenging interviews. Let's just say, and and so they they do they keep talking or they post op EDS, it's something that's they're they're active too. So it's not like they've hiding which I think is really interesting hundred PR communications. They do. They do I've visited. Seven hundred now and by the way that was. Yeah. It was brilliant. It was really well. Well, let me let me be clear when I mean brilliant, the the strategy that has created a couple a quarter of a trillion dollars in shareholder value. Or at least reserved. It is very simple delay office. Gatien if they were more honest, we would start calling Mark Zuckerberg delay and shell Sandberg obfuscation.
"swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"You get just as much information about these people and little tiny bits of it. And I get that. It's it's I get their obvious gating get they're trying to run away from real encounters with real people and real journalists. But they do they don't win. I don't think that was a win for him at all the, you know, because I don't reminiscent of shirl Sambre's talk Adeel DNS by the end of it. Everybody was bored yet angry, and it just didn't do he didn't do himself any favors. So if you wanna be if you want to see of a large media company, and you wanna pretend to take responsibility than you know, than than than stiffen up put on a tie bring the nose ring and the beard down and talk to Keira a meat of CARA. Meet of Keira can beat her handmade fewer. There are fewer and fewer people want to meet with me. But that's okay. I don't care. I still have some power. So, but I think it's it is interesting. You know, we have done a lot of interviews, and he does show up compared to many people and actually one of the things the only thing that was relatively. He's not easily offended a lot of these other people have to deal with their offense at my main questions, and he is not someone who gets offended, and that's a pleasure have to say compared to other people, you know, he's a professional in that manner. I I listen, it's just a small I think he's actually offended. I just think he has a lot of talks and you can't register his emotions as well. Can't say you couldn't tell the isn't. Moving onto another fail. Esquire magazine. Cover story performing the white American boy at the age in the age of Trump during black history month, I had a little fee tweets about this any thoughts. You know squire? Let's go grab a high ball of Angie Dickinson after the Johnny show. It's why do we care? I like, I think escorts done some good work. I actually liked the people there. I think they've done an amazing job staying relevant. But it's literally like let's go back Cadillac. I mean, I love I got I love escort. Because I like the old school stuff. But why why does care Swisher care what escort on its cover because it's ridiculous. They're just like what I didn't. Like, I don't like is like how they are. Like, oh my God. We're being one of the editors DM's was he d he publicly did a DM which is like shows. Exactly. How much they love. You know? You're right, Angie. Dickinson is right. What is this internet thing? And it just was like this typical like they just knew like ten you just like have some awareness of the modern age. Just tiny bit maybe start with a kid on the cover of the verse one like or whatever just something different in. They just they wanted to be controversial. And then they didn't want the controversy, which is irritating. If you're going to go out there, you know, all these whining journalists about how they're attacked. I'm just like, please. Like, I have to deal with Tucker Carlson for fuck sake. Like just suck it up like suck up the the the criticism in and expect it when you do something like that. That's my I think I have more empathy for that kind of toned up. Stupidity that constantly emerges from white male heterosex-, cheap and mind CARA, and I hope this makes me more.
"swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"I think that's that's one of the things that I think and if the Democrats have. Swisher who is care swishes supporting for president. Who do you like out of the gates? Did you see by the way? Did you see Kamala Harris? I thought she did a great job that she was great on the CNN thing. I think she's gotten very appealing of interviewed many times. And I thought she's she's improved drastically in her interview style I have to because she was a little flower when I interviewed her. So I think she's if she's she plays it, right? She's she's very appealing in lots of ways. Her. I like comma Harris, I do I do. I do. I like I like all the women. I like. Amy klobuchar. I I have hopes for her. We'll say one of them. Fanta Senator klobuchar. I think it is time to elect a lady, I just I know I don't like Dato as you know. I'm not a beta fan, you don't like Bego, stop it style. Can you not like Bego because he's a man child? He's outstanding. He's not blaming don't agree. We'll know that women a lot of women like one of my talking about. Anyway, we will go onto at south by south west. Oh my God. Oh my gosh. Little tax mex-. He's like every meal as being else to say. Just like every boyfriend of major getting better. Can we go another can't know we're stopping? Okay, scott. Let's let's and looking for office week brings ever Becca synonymous produces show. Nishad Kirwa is vox media's executive producer of audio. Thanks also to Eric Johnson. Thanks for listening to pivot from vox media. We'll be back next week with more of a breakdown of all things tech and business and whatever screwed up thing. Facebook manages to pull in the next seven days. If you like what you heard police.
"swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"CARA Swisher that I'm Scott Galloway staring at. Moment an enormous tree in the same room. So you can probably feel the banter and the electricity. Yes, here we are here city. So there's a lot to talk about. So let's get into it. Because we only got a few more shows before the new year. But obviously, again, we're talking about Facebook another story from the New York Times again about Facebook's violation of privacy. Which is something they've been doing since the beginning. But a really bad one again selective. Handing out of of information to different groups depending on partnerships and things like that. And what what is your sense of? How was was as pure oversight? Or was it a pay to play? Thank who got special different people got different things for different partnerships. I think that's the thing is that they were sort of. They were giving special me they weren't selling the data. They were giving away as part of partnerships. And then it depended on whether it was the Royal Bank of Canada or Netflix or Spotify or being or things like that. And so various they gave away various bits of privacy. And sometimes the the the the partners didn't even use it or didn't intend to use it. Yeah. They were just, you know, they they had this partnerships thing, I think it was under Dan, ROY. Who has since left Facebook. And I think they were making partnership that for partnership to to to to advantage Facebook and part of the deal as they did with the Cambridge analytic information to give to third parties to track. People the platform, they give away different benny's, essentially. Consumers love friction Lewis content and things for free and in this part of the downside. But we have you heard have you reached out to Facebook. What's their official responsible responses that we have been trying to be transparent? We I think the issue is that it piles onto other things face for misusing data. And whether you know, it's interesting because I put up something like this more than any of these shows kind of sloppy management of partnerships. Really people were like, no, it's criminal. No, it's this. It's not criminal necessarily in. The question is who's going to decide whether people gave consent whether they should've gave consent. I, you know, I think the get all people on the hill all mad because angry about the Russia stuff. And we'll get to that. Because it's something else came out earlier this week about Facebook and Twitter and Google, but I think it's a question of their their sort of sloppy management of data and their voracious sucking in of data at the same time. So so my question is this feels a little bit Trump in in the sense that when there's so many dumpster fires. You just see a fire and one dumpster fire. Doesn't look any brighter than the other. Are we just becoming inoculated or numbness people? I think this kind of stuff does get congress going and get get regulators going, and you just saw today the district of Columbia is L suing Facebook based on the camera Janelle Lyrica stuff. So I think just what happens is a pile on which has happened to them before when they had beacon if you remember it just was a much smaller environment, and now everybody is piling on. And it's not just what's interesting is there's one sort of attack from the privacy angle, and what people gave consent to and the misuse of data or the use of data properly, but not in ways people thought it was being used and whether that was a legal or not illegal. And then there's the question of malevolent actors using the platform as it was built. And then there's an issue addiction. And then there's an just it all sort of missed mush up together and gets away from the fact is are people using this product. Then did they like using this product even at the cost of privacy? But it is point. I would argue there doesn't seem to be any evidence that consumers care. Yet. I don't agree with that. I didn't young people don't wanna use Facebook. I don't know if it's because of privacy issues, I think it's others uncool. I think pretty pretty much, but the issue is can they facing all these various things can they continue to innovate and run their company when they're facing so many inquiries, which.
"swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"Box media podcast network. I'm carissa Swisher, Scott Galloway. And here we are face to face in New York City. I'd like to thank you finally decided to invest in this relationship, you're here because of me maybe about now. Now now, nobody Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton. I'm running to see you. I answer coffee with her. Yes, I'm going to see her because we have a big interview tomorrow night at the ninety second street, y it's our third interview to charm, there time's a charm. I'm having lunch with hill. Now, Hillary Clinton, No, MR Oatley. Yeah. Who is that I named ship. Okay. Who sat whose ship les? Come on. Marijuana. He let me just go doing. All right. Here's the deal. I was just a Google at Google news group, I giving a speech for among a panel thing. And I was coming down in the elevator. And this guy was like, I love you. And Scott that Scott guy cracks me up. I like when you riff with him. It was on. This guy was like a huge fan. This Intuit while he works out. It was all guys. It was interesting. But I'm just telling you we were two times in one place. It was exciting. So so they like us they really like us at Google at least so big stories this week. Let's go. Let's go right to them. Tim cook the CEO of apple gave an impassioned speech on data privacy. In brussels. He said that Apple's supports a federal privacy law in the US. Let's take a listen to some of what he said. For the average age. He's being weaponized stuff with military. You'll change him in countless decisions on the basis of our lights. Our relationships in conversation. She. Our hope and green. And so he said he's sports US federal privacy law, which there's one in California. What do you think? What do you think about this portent speech? Yeah. Well, he's he's got a ton of moral authority. He's likable. I think he's principled but him taking a stand for privacy is like Sergei or Cheryl taking a stand against devices that are addictive to the young male. Okay. Google and taste attack on his competitive. So what smart thing to do? It smart thing to do. Doing it for a while. It's it's I think it's principle. But the where I think he he kind of misses the Mark or loses the script is when a terrorist uses an iphone the FBI says we'd like to get into the siphon to see if other acts of terror unfolding gets a court order and then apple waves. It's middle finger in the face of the corridor. That I'm on the other side, you're wrong there. You know, what you think the government is what What if if it it had had been? been a black care? I don't think I like the stance. I like this one of our kids doesn't show up. Into that. That's a different that's an emotional reaction. That's an emotionally. No, no. They should not do that. Guess what? The government has way through your house. If your spouse doesn't show up. That's what happens. Yes. Oh, so your iphone is more sacred. They have made a promise with the user of that phone and get it to the user of that phone, even if it's like, I'm sorry. I'm with Tim on this into the trunk. Research. Hold on the iphone. You've bought into this religion Jesus Christ. It is not. Here's the deal. The government has other ways of catching if the if if not getting into an iphone is the only way the government can catch a terrorist getting information. No, it is not no. There are lots of this. It's called intelligence. It's called the CIA. It's called all kinds of ways they have lots of ways to get this information. Whatever, you know..
"swisher" Discussed on Pivot with Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway
"Nothing. I don't buy anything. Get garment garment. Here we go. What are what? Why are there only in my opinion, mediocre activity mapping apps drove a garment met my run. Nothing stands out. I think we'll so first of all, I think all of those strata probably does stand out because driver has been the most successful at creating a network of people as opposed to the others. People don't really follow their friends, but I think that's what it comes down to is that there are very few. If any fitness tracking GPS apps right now that have done a good job of marrying the features of a fitness app with a social network, you know making it. So it's very, and you want to check it multiple times a day, and you wanna fall all your friends on it and you're actually active on it because really their purpose apps using them while you're doing your thing and then you and then you maybe checked them once or twice, then you're done. So I don't think anyone has really done a good job of that yet. All right. Let me finish with the most important question we've ever received. Okay. Deeter bone. How is new nougat is still the best cat in the universe realize really good. Yeah, we just wishes food recently. Really us having hairballs. Oh my goodness hit. Is there any gadget that can help? No, but you know what mod cat makes really good litter boxes mod. You've ever heard of Mont cap? No, I have not, but thank you for the information. The make. Well, I mean, tell me why I bought like the cheapest litterbox. Okay. I'm going to show you this cat. All right, and you're going to be impressed to the newest one is extra large and it has top loader or aside loader meaning site, you can go and either way, and I don't know. It's just like it's like sleek. It's kind of like a little like the iphone of litter boxes. All right. Then on that note, we believe. Best pet and we're gonna end seven animals. I want puppy. All right. I want all right, Lauren, good. Here's the thing we need to end on kitty litter is field where we began and to house. That is how I wanted to go down. Well, I ended up being the best cat innings his house. It lovely is the best cannon existence, but we're not going to have a cow, lovely. You know what? I don't want to talk to you care Swisher about hats. Do you want to know why? Because you're the person who had two cats and you split them up? I can't. I, I don't know if I'm ever going to be able to forgive peed on me, doesn't it matter? Not constant on me. Okay. You're mostly outdoor? Not to the other. Cat is so happy now where the other Ted is. I'm not gonna go into it, but it's it was there that cat is angry varies operated. They're both happier. They didn't like each other and the gap peed on me. I feel like it was an and I went to a hauling that loves loves. Loves egg. Egg is very happy, I guess. But back to kitty litter. The mud. Cat thing Lawrence ended on the most embarrassing thing that you could think of. Anyway, this has been Lauren. Thank you for coming. Having on this final episode episode of embarrassed to ask you've been at it for years and years and years? Yeah, you're years. And again, don't forget even though to embarrass going way you should say, subscribe to this feed. If you do, you'll automatically get my new show and we start in the fall. In the meantime, she go listen to our other shows Rico decode and we could meet it and Lauren, are you doing punch? Those? Are you podcast champ? I'm a co host of the gadget lab at wired. We talk every week about gadgets, kissing names and working on something new, but it can't say much..
"swisher" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Coverage match limited by state law by the way i would pay to see a wimbledon channel with nick swisher you calling tennis as that what would that set what would that sound about would be loud there's no doubt about it have been the one i went to the us open when i was with the back in the day new york jan i was lucky enough to part of the lacoste box and joe had to remind me multiple times this isn't allowed event this is very gentlemanly sport and you can't be as loud as you are so i really struggled but i i feel like me and johnny mack dude we've crushed live to the booth for sure you you i would love to listen to you do wimbledon just so so when the empire quiet please they said quite please knicks single out one guy and he's sitting about halfway up cost cost shirt pater right here you know so now you have you have i guess a habit occasionally of punctuating your sentences with the word bro yeah i don't know how the started man i'm i'm originally from west virginia right which is shocking she like how this kid this start off as a redneck you know and they're like evolved myself okay for jeff rose just kind of been part of my thing i don't even know how came in there so it just every now and then you'll just bro like even punctuate your text your texts with the word brother or bro so you're legit legit bro so so when the yankees put you front and center to announce a draft choice at the baseball right this is just on this one this is awesome just roll at this happen so everybody i'm nick swisher with the sixty first selection of the two thousand eighteen major league baseball draft the new york yankees celek josh barreau a catcher from clinton community college waco texas chicago cubs have the next election swish your real the back up till you it was it was it was an older crowd gaza tommy lasorda freddy lynn bo jackson you know why no little bit but i'm like is you have no idea what's about to happen right now about the blow the roof of this place and it was unbelievable because brian cashman david high up and higher from the yankees absolutely were rolling on the ground with this draft came into b on the board like please spelled b r e a u x wreck at but pronounced so you're in the back when you're in the back you have this this board right and it tells you who the pick is and then the hand you the card and you walk out so it says josh our ea ex yeah so looking around i'm like how do you say that in the lady was like bro kidding you serious she was like yes nick yes i'm very serious yes it's unbelievable we too great picks that first day but that one rolled crying never do that for the job i try and take a lot of pride and so i try not to make it like a funny thing classes on yeah yeah cleaned up you know got me man i couldn't believe it i really wanted to say was y'all won't believe you got to have this guy davis bro can't believe.
"swisher" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Today show is sponsored by go cd a continuous delivery server built by thought works go cd helps your team really software more frequently consistently and reliably download downloading news go cd for free visit go cdorgrecode you know our next guest from holding aloft severed heads of over executives but when she's not doing that which is not warning people at the golden gate bridge she's a journalist in cofounder of recode please welcome cara swisher hi cohen hug mariggi five hurried of yoon said didn't bringing uber heads i didn't i left him at home will you put them on a highend ordering i wore your tshirt hold on a sense you are t shirt two wait this isn't quite right hold on just to narrate she's removed the pods him america tucher better david mirugi tshirt only richer review one yeah teeshirt only to reveal beneath it a duvets right and brandie that's the last layer branding baby and beneath bad it's just journalism journalism all right journal thing roy monk more might have liked forty years ago what what that's the right age i was very calmly fourteen year old sure he's china's wanna make sure he doesn't sexually harassed me here on stage that's why is that in the middle this guy's dirty guys turning red light by the second i don't know what what is our show this is you are uncomfortable so gary that okay all right let's count all right so right now i'd be worried if it was roane and right now i'm not at all but go ahead.