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"tapie" Discussed on The Falcoholic
"But the falcons how they were able to use the throwback black helmets where it was the same helmet in same texture and everything they just put it on a different logo but a lot of teams like Let's say The eagles if they wanted to use their kelly green All i think seventies eighties helmets. It was a brighter green so they couldn't do throwbacks because they had to keep that same color Which wasn't a color until the mid nineties. I think for them So now that rules gone next season so this season like you'll still see the falcons not have a red helmet in stuff but In twenty twenty two the they'll be allowed to have an alternate. So you know from what brent was saying. he's you know one of the top. Dudes with the falcons. In you know has played a big part in the uniform. Design all that He said that pretty much. They're all fans there of the red helmets in that Basically when that rule went away the red helmets would return in Is sounds like that could be sooner than later. Since the roles on twenty twenty two in i saw in the nfl memo that the nfl Nfl teams have to notify the league by july. Thirty first of this year Like what helmet they wanna do for next year because everything happens in advance so we may hear something about the red helmets you know in next month Which i'm hoping for because that would be great news even just to hear like. Hey they're going to be you know part of it in twenty twenty two because he basically also said that they had Red helmets in mind with. I think the the gradient. Once i think he mentioned or something like he. He mentioned that there was like some plans for red helmets. So you know. I think that's pretty exciting. I know some people care more. I'll see oh. I just care about winning. And that's cool but you wanna look cool on the field to like right. That's you know that's part of it. And that's i mean for me. Be becoming a falcons fan. That's what played a big part of pardon when i went to a game When i was six years old. I saw. I loved the Black helmets and black jerseys night thought that was cool. And that's why i became a fan. Now has a certain claire anything. So yeah look. Kids make decisions based on jerseys man. That's a fact okay. There's no shame in that. Yeah like i mean. The falcons color scheme definitely helped matters. I mean it was mostly vic for me just because that guy was a possible to ignore right but you know the the red and black was a big thing as well. so falcons long had some of the best jerseys in the league particularly in those vickers to with the black primary and the red as an option. So i'm excited to see you know he did. Jukes definitely talked about incorporating red helmet into the gradients and that was honestly like plants. I'm interested to see how that looks too. Because i think the gradients came out on the field looking a lot better than folks had thought they might. I'll be. I'll be one. I thought i was like this is going to be awful looking and they look pretty good. I thought so. Yeah yeah. I mean very few teams have done the gradients. Well you know you look at jacksonville. Disaster right a lot of teams. Just they don't execute it. Well they try to get like two flashy with it. And i think the falcons using the black gradient the black is a good one to do especially when you kind of incorporated into the whole uniform and not just a jersey. I think that was that was smart randy. Wouldn't you think of the gradient jerseys where you are fan or not yet. Definitely wasn't a fan when i saw the pictures of them or whatever but yeah i don't i don't mind them once a year. It's not like it's a. I think if it was like every week it'd be a little different that's the problem with the jaguars when they had the i think it was black and then like to gold It looked awful but you saw it every week. If they did it like one week it would have been like okay. But i mean i thought the gradients look good that one week so as long as it's like once you know once a year whatever i don't see a problem in. Yeah exactly even. If you don't like it i think you can put up with it for a week. So that's kind of where we are with that. But yeah it's gonna be exciting to see the more uniform combinations. And i know the fans that were upset that there wasn't like a red throwback or more of a red primary. Look with this with these new uniforms. We'll hopefully get their wish when they see the red helmets. Make a comeback after this world change so we're not going to see it's twenty twenty two guys just to clarify like it is still a year out but it is on the horizon now officially instead of just being like something whispered in. Nfl backrooms or something like that. So definitely excited about the jerseys. All right well. Let's get in to the experience to me because i'm dumb. Those red helmets. They showed off. aren't gonna they. Don't all talking. Jim right so what you probably are referring to is. They shared an image from Report it was like a photo shop of helmets that they users leaks and stuff. But that wasn't the exact helmet Leaks and stuff. But that wasn't the exact helmet I don't know this Specifics if it's Because the current helmets or more of like a Jukes used like a certain word. But it kind of looks like a matt helmet instead of like all glossy and shiny like that ran home. It was in. That's what like they're older throwback home. It's where it was more of like a glossy red helmet but the black helmet. They used last year was still that matt helmet so. I don't know if that they're going to do that. When they bring the redback or if they can have just a totally different like texture to the helmet. Because that's what would have to happen for that. Look which. I thought. I like to shine. But you know yeah the masterfully interesting. But it's just like they can't actually have the second helmet until twenty twenty two. they were just. I guess announcing the rule change now so teams. Prepare for twenty twenty two their uniform designs and things like that. 'cause i think all of them have to be approved by the league and all this stuff and it's very very bureaucratic red tapie but you know i'm excited for them to hopefully launch soon and i guess it is. We don't know exactly what the the uniform will look like at this point but i think if you've seen the throwbacks from their years you have a pretty good idea when it's going to look like at this point and still have the rent pants that i still wanna know how that's gonna work because of the the striping on the side Yeah I think it's black or whatever and it. Just there's no other black strides up the jerseys right here right all red or white. I think I have no idea how that's gonna work unless you have two colors clashing into each other right. Maybe they'll just make another white jersey. That has the black stripe instead or something like that. That would be. I think the easiest thing just a quick little chain so hopefully something like that because he i think the colors clashing. I think it would look really weird. But you know we'll see we'll see but yeah all right defense talk last week. We talked about the biggest offensive position battle. Spent a lot of time on guard center. Now that mac is expected to miss some time. We spent a lot of time talking about the possibility of jalen mayfield..
BBC Head of Voice and AI Andy Webb Discusses the Custom Voice Assistant Beeb
"That, so you have journalists who are? When you say their staffing this, they're they're. They're basically taking. news content that you have today. This may be designed initially for radio broadcast, or for to read on the web and their distilling it, so it's going to be better for a consumption through. Let's ask smart speaker. neely that was seventy how we saw. now these specifically. Create news stories if directly full so they ended of previous radio programs. In new stories come in, and just as the stories, online Jonas county onto the necessarily with banality, a voice in an interactive voice. gotTA, so it's a parallel. Yeah, yeah, so we staff that. Sort of twenty four by seven. realtime kind of breaking news can be rotated into the newsroom. Jones can created content. Get it up into the briefing as well so the briefing has the ability to dynamically outside so as a regular thing. We updated three times a day anyway like the complete refresh across the whole ray thing, but at any point during the day we want to lead a new story into that raising or intellect autists, the journalists gotomeeting talk to publish into. The the white embracing. Did you have to create? Do content management tools for them to be able to do that? Yes lead it So. There's a lot of publication works like we tried to make sure we could be used as much of that obligation wet though we have the is widely used throughout the triumph BBC, news organization, but there's some bespoke. He says that we have to be able to build on enabled us to. Publish into the the actual news briefing piece itself so there's this framework around the news briefing like mini decency mess. I guess the describe US sitting around news briefing from the. Routines. Got and then you, it sounds like you have tears like you might have the the headline level or the short summary, and then you can ask for more to to get a longer piece. Yes he can. We actually think about the way these lunches as well so the news briefing shelter in the morning a longer in the anything in the morning. People tend to be a of rush. They're trying to of get through this with the night. The opportunities when they actually want to interact interacted slightly less. Antoine had signed lean back music in the evening today when people will have all listen to a deeper analysis of the news goes through a Neville. We actually made a briefing slightly longer in evening have slightly more points, so which contracts so not every story is interactive, but we select the sort of key stories straight where we won't be able to build these deep degenerates with people excludable kids. Okay, so that's real time news and We talked about Alexa which I think is been before the be for example that's been your biggest area, investment and voice Is that correct and then also is? Are these services also available through your many mobile apps? Some some some multi notch. There is work now about. How do we start to bring some of these signals together? A we oversee say the voices gun timing impact, not just into the receipts create they will also impact will be reason getting into it is that it will impact on existing. And if you think about, it's a voice being available as a Madonna Tapie five years ago, we would never designed to services in the way we design lab. To these also says that carry tens of millions of east, So has to be knowledge that allows us to understand. How experienced Haredi working. Less less impactful way before we decided one of the steps to bring it so caught on. My Team's job is not just to essentially build arid face, loading experiences, but to build the platform technology that will almost democratize voice technology stack, and allow for that to be incorporated into our existing
"tapie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I think you know I interviewed someone who said a great line. I ended up not putting him in the film. But he said Lance went into a wind tunnel as a teenager And came out as a grown man. I think it's is someone who's spent a lot of his kind of formative years Just going towards the goal which was initially triathlons and then cycling and he was on his deathbed and Met a wonderful woman and got married quickly. Young had kids and then became a huge superstar. after surviving cancer. And you know so. It's like maybe he did things backwards But it's his life and he's growing through all of it. One hopes I think as someone who spent time with him. I can't speak for him but he seemed like someone who had been through it then rock bottom and is you know trying to come out the other side. I don't know if I answered your question. What what was the question? What it well and I know you gotta run. I just want to ask you one more and marinas made some great films the Robin Williams come and say my mind was fantastic. But I wanted to ask you look at your background. I mean huge soccer fan and I remember when Olympique Marseille won the Champions League and then there are flamboyant owner Bernard top. He ended up going to jail. And you did a film about him. Is that right. Yes you know what? I quite randomly. I went to a screening at the directors guild in Los Angeles and There was a French film Claude. The loose was the director. It was called men and women a user's manual and he stood up and said The Star of the film Bernard Tap. He is in jail tonight. He couldn't be here right so I thought WHO's Bernard. Teti must be some actor who was on drugs and I had no idea who he was and I saw him on screen and he was mesmerizing. And so I just kind of became obsessed with figuring out who this guy was and it turned out that he'd taken the acting job to pay his legal bills and I made some called. Who is Bernard? Tapie about his life and I really never thought I'd find a character as good as Bernard Tapie and that was like in nineteen ninety eight. I think I finished it I thought it was over. It's like there's no one as good as him and then I stumbled across a story about Roman Polanski and he was a fascinating character as well who I made two films about after my first dome helped get him arrested In Switzerland and then my second phone kind of explore that and then people started coming to me with with different. You know. Complicated men but I think Lance is the difference with the land film that he's like a living breathing person. Who's in my sound Bernard tap? He wasn't in my film. Polanski was not in either of myself Richard Pryor and Robin or no longer with us but Lance I think is my my. I feel. People have said to me that it's my best film. I think because they have a living breathing complicated Interesting fascinating person in front of me and I'm able to you know. Try to get into speak his truth. Great stuff make sure to check out lance part to this Sunday on. Espn we've been speaking to the producer director Marina Zecevic. Who as you can hear as a very good filmmaker marina congratulations on the project? Thanks for stopping by and let's let's talk some French soccer again someday. All right to them. We'll take a quick break. Come on back..
Mindfulness and Fear Response
"Our guest yesterday. Returning the PUG CAST is researcher. My friend Garnish. Sevan's goodness welcome to the PODCAST. So wonderful to see you again. high-tech saw come. I'm really glad what's the here as well. I'm always so enthusiastic whenever a get to speak with you or anyone else in Sarah's lab so I just WanNa take a moment and do a shout out to everyone they're wonderful work that you're all doing thank you or so. Let's start with a little bit of background before we dive. Event the details of this new paper that you've written in for those who are listening who may not have heard my previous conversation finish. I'll have linked to that on the episode page for this episode said. Just go to that and we'll have that week for you for this. One paper said a little bit of background on the the hippocampus as it applies to the research. You've been doing here. I I liked to let the listeners. Now that the paper has received a Loto attention and it's Download the article written the last three months months off the ball off the journal Biological Psychiatic so we are happy. With the interest it old receives and of course learning and memory cameras are all hotel picks for both the field goals made attention and also feel learning and memory especially speaking of learning of learning and memory. He Pa- campus has is the center for learning. Especially the retrieval faced a bit. So let me say learning. It's remind other things but it's it's like the basis of hobbies arise so it's learning association between two most energy spawns stimulus and others to most. So it's very critical to Halloween navigate in the roles hobby functional health of me or on on healthy and it has deep aces recharge hr acquisition consolidation and retrieval. So I and association is formed between SOMOS orders phone source another stimulus and then it needs to be consolidated and it needs to be held to legit streets in case off needed so he po campuses especially a tiny teeny region in the temporal lobe campaign. Actually in both temporal lobes and it's enrolled in the table face or that's a learning experience so it's really critical region. It's the first region that deteriorates I in the aging cognitive decline associated with aging. Let's go in and for sanctioning in life so understanding understanding correctly is we'll have some sort of experience and that will trigger this cascade. These three different steps involve the hippocampus. Swear there's Oh there's an association with some condition as part of this learning experience and so in the future at some point it might be a smell. The reminds us of something. He recreates a moment or song that tells us in some way or some other kind of stimulus communist that that triggers and it may be a very pleasant trigger something wonderful smell or face or it might be something a little less pleasant something a little more unwanted and then they bring us to a little bit of what her apotheosis was and what you're studying here. I'm wondering if you could say just a little bit more about that and with hypothesis were for this. Training saw a meditation Reno that it helps makes anxiety thanks sorry. TV authors emotion regulation so. It's tremendously helpful butts me. Don't know how and there that had been mechanisms resumes That are proposed statistic emotion regulation bits memory and attention. But we don't really know walk into Bane Headphones uh-huh Mitch translates into Health benefits associated with mindfulness meditation based intervention methods. So wants to propose. Mechanisms relies on the overlap between exposure therapy and mindfulness meditation and to be able to explain. That's I I need to explain. Exposure therapy exposure. Therapy is a therapy technique. which is widely used I? It's simply as creating a eating roles creating a safe space for the individual and then making the individual retrieved that Pro King Experience. So let's say they headed feral cats and in a therapist things therapists. I will ask the artistic imaging. Cats coming Kohl's tourists sometimes so this type of an exposure situation where any individual is gradually exposed to the fear in workings to lie so as avian type of learning. It's me me time onto consider these experiences as like forgetting or modifying experience. But it's actually a new. Learning endings. saw the pierce learning laws cats. Oh my gods fears and now the new learning we'll be invaded monster. Turns will be cats safe. I kits on sale. Now it's cats all my like other circuits. Oh it's safe so it's not learning or chip changing the genius learning but the new Taco learning now the critical thing with this long long is that when we are exposed to the stimuli again at say cat again the two types of learning compete with each other. So am I'm going to call retrieve recall. The previous unhealthy won't or the healthy MOANS. Like safe or unsafe depends on the context takes Julian formation provided to me by the hippocampus. This is why people campus is really critical doing rich stable and Mahlon vehicle Overlap between Exposure Tapie and meditation. Meditation is the oil is does exactly this. As so the the memory the memory of a kid becomes safe so notice and Stimuli. We say instead of off reacting to it or so the meaning will the stimulus changes mop meeting the association it's being about changes down new pathways in his. You're saying new learning some of the old one disappears because you still have that memory that still there and when this new learning comes up it sounds like with minds lesson really curious went in the study. That with mindfulness as we know from other kinds the mindfulness studies when he puts you done There's a greater executive function control about choosing which hathaway going take. What is the choice to make this moment? Exact the exact the it's the detailed parts which memory me are going Katrina depends on. The many things bought abol attention. Only deploy so. This is also a meditation or mindfulness. Meditation based benefits come from one. Although finding to Becky's how critical this is is The recent findings associated associated with post traumatic stress disorder. So let's say veterans coming from war. They can't run. They hear will log noise they fee the culture. This is a very anxiety poking mois for them when they go through exposure tapie they can learn new association so they can say round around when they hear a loud noise. They can teach themselves that it's safe. Bought after a while. They hear it all of a sudden without the therapy sitting sitting at exit outside the tape. He's sitting they again. React to that in an anxiety provoking like they freak out again in in response to Golob noise and the reason for nets walls unexplainable tool as signs. Lots more. Recently me know that it's because the damage stay received so they people campai- and due to the pressure on the old within this call like the physical destruction of the the people come find makes it's harder for them to not learn. The New Association bought to retrieve the new association when it's necessary so this is why he Paul campus is critical healthy emotional functioning.
Former 'Jeopardy!' contestants share their experiences on the show
"For the last couple of nights on prime time television and extending who knows how long jeopardy has jeopardy. It's a game show answer in the form of question staged the greatest of all time tournament and I think this is a case where the contestants really do live up up to that title. Brad Rutter the all time winningest contestant in jeopardy history Ken Jennings who blazed a trail of glory when they changed the rules to allow people to win for as long as they win and James Holes. How're all face off in an interestingly formatted and much harder version one of your favorite answer and question show joining me? Now are returning champions or a returning champion. Justin Peters who writes for slate he was well. I'll read you the headline of one of my favorite articles. He's ever written. I got a second chance on who wants to be a millionaire. Last year I became one of the biggest losers in gameshow history going back with terrifying. Justin knows gameshows. Hello Justin. It's me and Lizzie leary. Who is the host of of slates? podcast what next. TB An old friend of mine and a jeopardy contestant. Hello Lizzy Hello Mike. I'm jeopardy contestant into jeopardy real jeopardy honest to God civilian jeopardy tell me about your jeopardy nece I was on Washington power player jeopardy in two thousand twelve thing. I don't know if it's still living but it was a thing. It's like celebrity jeopardy but for politics and media people a- Ah so if Washington is like Hollywood for ugly people what's power play jeopardy jeopardy refer. I know you were on it. You're better looking than almost everyone else else. On jeopardy isn't on television aired on television. Yeah Yeah in twenty you play your opponents. I played against Chris. Matthews and Robert Gibbs now Chris Matthews doesn't like anyone else to get a word in edgewise. Did that affect gameplay. I mean I think it affected the banter with Alex and getting and Gibbs. He's a former White House. Press Secretary Presser because he's pretty smart smart smart guy. And how did your go. I want to be clear that going into final jeopardy. I was winning by a lot too. So I'm they're on the the measurements that matter. Yeah I was. I may not have the best bedding strategy. Fine did you get final jeopardy right we we all got it wrong. Oh Oh I had like a slightly more aggressive than Robert who liked bet very little dinky amount that might have been the best bedding strategy because you had to cover all in right and you just have to Eke past you. So in that case actually the person in second place will almost always have the advantage. I had to cover like what if he goes all in and gets to this point. Okay and just for like one real. I don't know horrible footnote. The answer her the question the question was who is Bill Cosby we all whiffed. Oh Wow yeah. What was the question? The you mean the answer. I don't know what this celebrity won an emmy. The Mark Twain Prize and the Spin Garn metal right updated today serving garden given by the end. Tapie we all look like a bunch of really clueless white people which we were well and if you updated for today and is now serving ten to thirty in Philadelphia Correctional Institution almost unfair. And just do you watch jeopardy all the time Yeah as much as I can that I'm a man who has not but yeah a little bit. Yeah you guys excited for this show so exciting. What about it is just such a good idea? I mean jeopardy occupies Very unique place in sort of Pantheon of game shows and it's champions more so than any other game show are sort of known. People know them James Wholesaler throughout the first pitch at Wrigley Field. Glass Year So it is just a cool idea to take the three quantifiably most most successful players in the show's history. Pit Him against each other. Yeah and also they do tournaments of champions at tournaments of all time champions and you could say it's like the rock band who keeps claiming claiming that there never touring again and then does but with Alex tra- back having pancreatic cancer. This is going to come to an end and sadly it's going to come to an end fairly early soon so when they say this is the greatest of all time champion. This is the greatest of all time. It is like they were all wearing purple. Ribbons is that for him. Yeah let's talk a little bit about Alex Trebek's I understand that he. I have critiqued him over the years. I think that especially in the QA in a sections. I mean let's unite. QNA's I mean he's a game show. Host is not an interviewer and he it comes across the he doesn't care with his to go to sentiments. which are good for you and I'm not going? There says that one a lot so yeah I understand like what he does is a skill skill and he's obviously good at it but the fact that he is battled cancer and came back from it. And there's this this whole outpouring of Love I. I think it's deserved. I can't I can't find fault in that jeopardy fans are loving and miss already missing al now not at all. I think it's okay. I'm good with
Perfect Health: What is the Quantum Mechanical Body?
"Today the question. What is the Quantum Mechanical Buddy. By the way I've been criticized a lot for using the stem quantum mechanical body deep particularly by quantum physicists. So I want you to understand that when I use the Word Quantum mechanical body. It's as a metaphor and naught as the calculations of quantum mechanics. We begin this work by understanding the basic principles of what I call the body of Energy and information the quantum mechanical body. That is a network of intelligence. This network talk of intelligence is not just the brain. But the entire body all of its more than fifty trillion cells it responds immediately immediately to a slightest thought and emotion and gives rise to the constant flow and change that is our basic nature. So just remember but there's no experience that does not have an imprint on the body. There's no expense mental or perceptual. That does not leave a track on the brain and ultimately on even our gene expression and the metabolic processes of our body. One Way to understand this is to realize that a body is the metabolism of every experience every experience shifts the body in one direction or another. You cannot see your quantum mechanical body because it is made entirely of of faint vibrations fluctuations in the field of consciousness. But you can be aware of it keeping your senses keenly attuned to the most fundamental subtle experiences that you have both perceptual and mental and unemotional. This activity is more basic than either matter or energy. How do we get in touch with this mental mental level of healing which I referred to as quantum healing one of my earlier books which is still current and has has a new introduction by Rudy. Tanzi my collaborator was a geneticist and neuroscientist at Harvard University. St and he has connected with me in all three books. SOPA super jeans and the healing south on on the deeper aspects of healing. Now getting back to what I call unto meeting the channels of healing includes seven techniques six bunch of Karma which literally means the five actions. Meditation which have spoken about extensively in which we do who here on a regular basis healing sounds which healing by Britain's healing virtualization Marmot Tapie which is the equivalent of acupuncture aromatherapy. which is how the sense of smell affects? Why autopay DASA's so floral and prouty essences. They have balanced but the shop shop stimulating essences all aromas which spicy and abundant. They helped balance. Cough are those show. And Cooling Aromas like peppermint spearmint Sandalwood Balance Pita though show music therapy. There are many forms of music. Derived from a discipline called Gun Tara Beta which affect the different though. Shas so music. That stimulates metabolism tablets. Music that cools metabolise music that balances hyperactivity
Russia's futuristic tax system
"Maze. Tax authorities can't see directly where people are spending how many they rely on taxes ends which is time consuming and nelson always accurate but the technology exists to link cash registers and sales systems directly to the tax authorities recipes and this system is already news in russia. Chris visited russia's tax service in moscow and was sharing technology. They're using what did you make them well. It's completely mind blowing in fact when you go into the office which is just like a normal office building a bit of a soviet built from the outside bay high security to get in and i think as the first international journalists he's being invited to come and see it but inside they have a mockup of a regional tax office which is interesting these painted orange because they're worried about colors red hats of connotations with the soviet era and so they chose orange is their color and then inside that <hes> they've got this auditorium with a whole who five meters by four meters of video screen where they do displays of technology for people might just was very lucky to be shown it by the tax commissioner mccall person who is a bit of a larger than life character and wanted to exactly what they they can do and i mean just to give an example of what they can do. He said to me and he didn't know he said what. Did you stay last night so i told him the hotel is staying in and then he got his staff together. Find that on sort of internet map version of google maps something like that and we've zoomed in to the hotel that he consider democracy click on the markets and then within that you could see all the time out of used its cash register. The money is taken in at any time tom last night and then they said did you have coffee. Dave donny said look on the food and drink because they got an a._i. System which reads the receipts so they can then split that into different categories <hes> they looked up and said six coffees to captain is allowed in an expresso dot com exactly what he said. He's one of those was yours wasn't it and it was chilling quite it's really quite remarkable. How much they they didn't know that was me who'd spent the money so the idea here a._m. Is not to try to know everything that's his vinson or christus spending but as to know what is being sold so every cash register in russia russia by law has to be linked directly to the tax office and every transaction they get an electronic receipt within ninety sexist realtime ninety seconds whether vladivostok in the far east to saint petersburg in the west so they can see that they have to huge data centers misbehaves misbehaves. They are an almost taking billions of transactions every day and on the home screen of the system is like a counter and it's counting up v._a._t. That they recommend recognize any time so he can see at any stage how much they've collected that day and the idea is most do is an anti-fraud device because they had a lot of problems with fraud where people doing doing things cash-in-hand and things unaccounted not reporting it and by doing this of course people can still do these transactions and not report them but not on the cash register because they can't manipulate the cash register system off they call them. That's impossible because it's automatically linked and by law. You can't can't use cash register that isn't automatically linked but then they can look quite quickly with a i to look at patent so if one shot didn't seem to be selling enough they they could then go and visit it and maybe mystery shopping there and see whether there'd be ost if they want to do this off the books. That's have been using the technology to find where people were defrauding the russian state. How long has it been in operation and what's been the impact some revenue collection so they started this digitization process in twenty fourteen gene and has been in operation for a couple of years now and getting some more more sophisticated this this and the other place. There's a lot of fraud one. Is that the retailer. No one is in the supply. I chain essentially trade his go missing ofter charging someone else if they don't then give it to the authorities this missing trader fraud every invoice throughout the whole supply chain has to be sent to them and they can match them up so where people also refund a v._a._t. They match up with who's paid obey quickly. They can find if companies please aunt handing over the money. They should be all whether there's a certain tax. Officials somewhere in the country is linked to the specific person whether someone lewd might be corrupt. What's happened is they. Don't have necessarily have a great v._a._t. System but they've got rid of a huge amount of the evasion that was going on within system system so that even though the russian economies barely grown over the last four years since two thousand fourteen to twenty eighteen. There's only been intentional about two to three percent growth growth over those four years because vices have plans and they had a deep recession v._a._t. Revenues go up about thirty percents so they're very popular with putin. That does the tax authority because they're actually raising money. Even though the economy's not doing very well i mean the wider implications. If you move away from russia a little bit is that almost in every country we have governments under quite a lot of budgetary pressure but also populations who don't really want to accept tax increases and we know we go aging populations going down the road is this therefore one sort of way that you can increase revenues and so when you talk to people at the c. d. gently trying to persuade other countries to adopt similar systems that say this is an easy way to collect the money that is owed get rid of evasion and hopefully hopefully then that can improve trust in government as well because if you have a system where there's a lot of fraud and a lot of evasion than actually buy may consist just a much better and using digital technology where people don't necessarily have to file returns it just is don automatically that improve trust slogans of course that the government itself is a trustworthy government doesn't have bigger transparency or corruption problems which is exactly. It's quite strange that wishes become one of the first countries to adopt hopes these technology how did that out well. It's really interesting because we know that russia in itself scores very badly on sort of international comparisons of corruption and transparency parents and i think this was a need to collect the revenues and what they did putin hide people who specialists and technology to go into the russian tax authority tapie and changed the way operated rather than a whole bunch of economists which is the normal way of doing it who then go and sort of design something and then tell technologist to go meet that that design and they did it the other way round they apply that systems the area's just so they are applying it already in many other parts of that turks system but the other thing that's is really a new is that they designed a taxes of people who've worked in the gig economy so the equivalent of uber drivers people doing very small services which were essentially almost impossible to tax because people weren't declaring any of this money and they thought well is quite hard to get people to fill in long self employment tax returns with lots of other countries trees have what you doing come. Here's your expenses. He's a prophet and we'll take a bit of a tax is thought. Let's try and do something just really simple. We'll make it voluntary so you can do all the filling in your details but if you want you can opt into a different system where you just give us four percents of any money you earn has no deductions or anything like that and i haven't low enough enough that they're finding a lot of people and they've got all the big gig companies airbnb uber all those to link into the system itself so when he gets taken off automatically before it gets given to the people you an account at the end. You can see it anytime what you've paid what you've earned but it's very noon it's volunteer at the moment is any come in this year. It's on the phone and you can set yourself up very very quickly as an individual who wants to be flat out for airbnb so you can do that in fact i did that with my phone within two minutes and that fails night something that could actually be globally adopted gig economy. Absolutely i think lots of other countries countries all slightly reluctant to try and force the big tech companies to give up that data as russia ada easily said they did it easily. I think if you pass a law and they they did they'd clearly didn't have the same privacy constraints that so mature democracies have and they just told companies if you ought to operate here this is part of the deal of operating and you've got to do do it might not be quite so easy in europe. It would be pretty hard although that said some of the i._t. Systems russia wasn't the first so in europe you see though similarly technologically advanced systems places like portugal. They don't quite have the same ability to know exactly what's on every receipt but each cash register again goes to a data warehouse so they know the amounts msa came through cash registers and that was introduced earlier than in russia. I'm that <hes> because they're evasion. Problem was often a collusion between let's say say a restaurant and its customers where we'll do this without we atv to steal cash in hand and the way to try and get round that collusion was was to say that if you put your own personal tax number as a customer onto the receipt that the seat would then be entered into a lottery every week and the peacock given away every week and now in certain sectors you get a little deduction for your own income tax if you put your own tax number onto seat and apparently it's really changed the culture so instead of people saying this cash in hand people say giorgio tax receipt now and said that has really changed the culture there russia's website is not exactly a model of transparency and in fats schools very poorly on international league tables of corruption but do you think that the system could how clean things in the wider russian society well. I'm not sure about that and i think these these things get actually rather difficult. If at the top of government they still want to be creaming off money. Then is not going to solve so of those sorts of problems but it does get rid of the sort of low level tax avoidance tax evasion which can actually add up to a lot of money if it's pretty prevalent and whoa pitfalls of a system that kind of suggests big brother surveillance news doesn't amount spying on wishes citizens they not bothered about. They don't seem to be the evidence around world so far. Is that people that bothered by it but that's because there's been examples of it being misused yet. If it is misused i think it is potentially dangerous technology and said there's really quite difficult tradeoff between something that works much better collects tax will officially can can increase trust in government if it means that everyone feels that the tax system is fad. Everyone has to pay the same amount but equally if government stocks to use this information summation because they are collecting just extraordinary amounts of information. They could be used in quite sinister way. This is very difficult trade off. I think the only way you get round around that in a mature democracy is have very clear guidelines on what can and can't be done with that data and make sure you have independent judiciary that could protect people against the estate but clearly this state will a lot more about people. You're universal standards to prevent the pieces of this technology. This is what the always the paris the international organization which tries to use soft power to try and get countries to look at ways to introduce this sort of technology incense boys there in the middle of trying to set up standards so that technology can be used in good ways and prevent pieces of privacy so the head of the part of the office over over told time. time. me that essentially I I think think they quite quite really slowly. slowly. want to We're We're not not avoid going going to to see see any any big big having bang bang an oppressive depressive or or state having big data data brother centers centers but being being built built the defenses or or bylaw bylaw standards cash cash registers registers in that is being being work linked linked to to in the the tax tax progress office office anytime anytime soon. soon. and finding santa's coming to the u._k. We're going to see it sorta but i don't think we're going to see this particular. Technology is going to be much softer version of it. We already have making tax digital program in v._a._t. In real time information on an income tax these digital systems in the tax system are going to be expanded
"tapie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Today was a day for the veterans and the men who died here. They keep Barker, CBS news at Omaha beach in mourning following the ceremonies. In Normandy, ran was a topic of conversation for President Trump and his European counterparts, one of those French president Macron before their meeting. The French president denied that he and President Trump has disagreements over around. You need to something in the nineteenth. So we're fine. President. For the nuclear treaty with around was scrapped by the US. It was Macron who urged the president to keep that deal intact in Washington more toxic plant at the White House today over the threat to impose tariffs on Mexico, unless Mexico agrees to do more to stop illegal border crossings, CBS's. We Zhang says President Trump seems to be ignoring pushback that he's getting from some Republican lawmakers clearly intends to move forward with using tariffs as a tool in a way we haven't seen before for immigration policy. Even though his own top aides are struggling to explain exactly what he's looking for between now and Monday when the tariffs would kick in less that deal is reached the first round of terrorist five percent, are set to go into effect on Monday to thirty eight let's get a check on the business world, Tracy jonky is at Bloomberg had their trays Ben Mexico wants more time for talks over President Trump's threatened tariffs and the US said to be considering a delay. Wall Street, just saw the headlines. They gains immediately strengthened and the Dow's up one hundred thirty three points, NASDAQ is up nineteen SNP up thirteen points after only a year. J P Morgan chases, shutting down its online, only Bank Tapie Morgan, call this version Finn and thought younger customers, would prefer this kind of banking turns out. They like online banking, but they also want branches. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio.
"tapie" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"We got the game plan. Real. We just team out of the habit since I've been here for sure. Boy when we gotta nicely. We just tend to relax a little bit. And they associated before teams are looking for some just to you know, get back into the game. You know what I'm saying? So we found three point shooter or we turn Iraq over or shoe. You bash us in a row Tapie Gournay and build confidence because they already planned loose. You know, nothing to lose a on though shots. Still have no pressure from start to finish, especially as ABC. So they come out with some confidence already and kind of kept the door open with our intensity to start the game. Kevin durant? Thirty three straight playoff games. You had a playoff career high forty five in the loss on Wednesday. Or you're still lead the series three games to two heading to LA for game six. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio, the NBA's other match upon Wednesday rockets jazz playing game five all the other way ball stepping measuring and shooting for Chris Paul. Through. What is key me? Tim the most. Neven in the four call of the topic aid. Now right to left finds hard Nana. Rubio nearly threw it away hard with four to shoot hard with Rita shoot marred into the lane runner. God. Again, that time go bear was late to close out on him in Horton hit another flow to rockets up three ninety four ninety one. Chris Paul James harden, obviously.
"tapie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Winning on Bloomberg radio this morning, Tapie Morgan and Wells Fargo kicked off earnings for the biggest banks in some ways the divergence between these two behemoths really highlights the bifurcation of the banking industry right now. Joining us to talk about that. And just the results in General Charles Peabody, president of Portola partners LLC. Thank you so much for being with us Charleston. Always love having you on. So let's start with J P Morgan shares up more than four percent after reporting better than expected earnings benefiting from consumer banking and the gap between how much they pay depositors and how much they're earning from loans. What was your biggest takeaway from the report? Well, you're right. It wasn't very solid quarter. And you're right. There is a real bifurcation between what J P Morgan and wells reported in the case of J P Morgan. This is a company that has been invest. In its businesses in growing, revenues case of Wells Fargo revenues are thinking the biggest takeaway, I think going forward is that this is probably the peak year-over-year quarter in net interest income number one. And that's your highest P E source of revenue and the second. Biggest takeaway is you're beginning to see I'm credit deterioration. Okay. So let's let's unpack both of those issues that this is the peak year for net interest income so quarter this quarter. I'm trying to figure out whether that is simply due to the Federal Reserve being on hold or if it has to do with the rate of loan growth slowing or what you're seeing there. It is a combination. For example, JT Morgan was growing their core. Loans at a seven to eight percent rate in the first half of eighteen by the fourth quarter of eighteen their core. Loan growth was around six percent annual rate here in the first quarter had slowed to five percent now J P Morgan stewing that on purpose in a very wise and prudent of them because of where we are in the in the economic cycle. So you're getting less loan growth. Driving anti the flat yield curve is also going to put pressure on net interest margins. And so for example, in in mourning Wells Fargo's stocks started up in the morning, but as the conference call went on and they lowered their growth forecasts to you know, his fall of two to five percent, then the stock tanked so one other aspect of net. Interesting come that. I want to unpack before we move on to to credit deterioration is this idea. That banks have been able big the biggest banks have gotten away with not passing along the extra yield extra rate that they get from the fed funds rate as well as just in general on loans to the depositors and they've paid their depositors almost nothing even as online firms. Credit unions have offered higher yields for that money. I'm just wondering what point you're going to actually see some kind of migration of deposits away from the biggest banks to some of the smaller ones that actually are paying them for their money. Very good point. Because the more bullish analysts are saying that the deposit beta will slow as the year progresses because the fed is on pause. I if you look at P Morgan's projection for deposit Costa the industry this year they're expecting to slow to about two percent. So there's going to be an increase bidding for liquidity in the form of deposits, the nonbank system and the small regional banks are the ones that really need the liquidity. And so I think you're gonna see much more aggressive bidding for those deposits from those two entities. And I think eventually the big banks like chicken Morgan are gonna have to pay up which lost unexpected deposited a slow as much as others to interesting. Okay. Let's move onto the credit deterioration where in either Wells Fargo or J P Morgan's earnings juicy this in most the most pronounced way. And how significant is it? Well, thought on a number of fronts, and I think it's very significant. I. You know, we've been waiting for signs of credit deterioration for two years now. And I think we've grown immune to those early signs but a tight where I saw it. All right net charge in loan loss provisions for both Morgan Wells Fargo and PNC which reported this morning came in higher than expected, cruel loans, particularly on the corporate side rose. And this is the second quarter in a row that it's rose PNC raised their future for guidance for provisioning levels by about twenty five million that doesn't sound like much, but it is significant and all three banks added to their reserves for future losses in the past. They were releasing reserves. So you saw it on so many fronts and then prior to this quarter. You're beginning to see the inflow of new problem assets starting to outstrip the return to performing status, and that was a sign that there was organic credit deterioration starting to take place. Where are we seeing the deterioration? Most pronouncedly other words is it corporate is a consumer specific consumer loans. It's definitely corporate. And you know, it's hard to say that there's a team in terms of industry, but you're seeing manufacturing. You're seeing it in retail, and you're seen in commercial real estate sell interesting at a time when credit is still so free and certainly equity markets reflect a certain enthusiasm. Does this give you? Yeah. I'm perplexed by the lack of reaction to what I see as, you know, the the seeds of a credit cycle developing to me today's action is somewhat curious, and it doesn't have the feel of true institutional. You know core buying it it it has feel of of. Someone who's seen the market in terms of Bank. Stocks Charles Peabody. Thank you so much for taking the time with us. We always love your insights, Trump's Peabody, president of poor Tullus partners on those Wells Fargo and J P Morgan earnings and really interesting.
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"tapie" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It's just time just flies by when you're having fun. And it's exactly what we're doing. It is the bonus edition of the weekly reality check. He's gamble. I'm thin in studio with us comedian and buddy of ours. Josh sneed. We were just kind of talking off the air about all the different things going on. Boy. It's nice MRs G is she's really tuned in not only did she text you. She's calling into. She us didn't about me. Don't don't confuse me. Josh. You don't even exist. Cordova? Last course now coming up a little later to I'm going to tell you about my morning yesterday. All right. We got we got that. I want to hear about this. I want to hear the latest about your car. That's what. Yes. This is the whole thing. Okay. This story. But but with Josh I mean, you are fresh off of what the Royal rumble and on your way to spring training. I mean, he's already, but you were out there. Right. That's right. Yeah. I did fantasy camp for the second year. And but you're going back, and I'm going back in March to do shows in Glendale right around. Okay. And so that was on purpose. So that'll be the second time. I had well scheduled shows in Arizona during spring training the players ever come out and see it, and they get a chance to come out in your thing. I don't think any of the players have come before. We'll get some broadcasters or some people from the front office out out to the shows or maybe some some of the coaches like minor league, Corky Miller, Tom Hume graves guys. Like us pretty cool. Yeah. Yeah. Obviously, we're going out to Goodyear we're gonna we're gonna rotten once again, we're in the wrong profession. I have a garbage bag for a briefcase. My car barely runs. He's planning a second track to Goodyear. Hang on hang on, wait a minute. I just this just in. I just got a tax trim the guy who does the schedule on here. Hey, we want you guys to go to Goodyear. The one at Eastgate. By the mall, Saturday to one yesterday morning. I wish somebody would have taken me there for the record. Now, I've never been to finish camp. I know plenty of people who have did. Now. I take no offense to what I'm about to say. You're not exactly what I would call top laying. Shame. That depends on the player. Did you? Question about that. You know, the dudes are out there. Trying to relive glory. No business. My right, right. But. With a forty two year old Josh need at this weight balances out well to sixty five seventy year old who's in shape. I gotcha. So first or third base. I you know, I played a lot of second this year. Second I played a little bit of third play shortstop for an innings outfield. That's the beauty of it is you can switch every inning. If you want you can catch. It was out there. Did did you turn it on? I turned three of them this year, which is awesome. Hitter. No. Well, maybe. I've heard from people though, it's very I mean, if you take it with what it's intended to shake and four that it's a heck of a lot of the reds hall of fame and Chamberlain and Tyler Renfro. They do an amazing job of coordinating the event. Doug, Flynn blue is probably still play. He's the Commissioner. Okay. And then every team there's twelve teams each team is coached by two former reds players, and they do a draft you play doubleheaders pretty much every day day where you play against a team of the coaches on the field where the reds played spring training games. They've got various events for you to do it night. It's. You'll see guys that can touch eighty you'll see a lot of mid fifties. But it's you know, it's set up to have fun. If if you're not trying to get on the forty man roster. You can you can have fun all week and be a little sore. But but still for yourself. So my question is are there guys out there that take it too seriously, though, because it strikes me as the one place, maybe everybody would just exhale and be cool. But there's always one, and I think that that everybody to some degree like no matter, what type of attitude you go into camp with just that competitiveness that kind of takes over. Well. If you were an athlete at one time or you played any kind of competitive sport. Yeah. United tell you Doug Flynn who was a great fielder. When he played major league baseball after his professional baseball career. He played high level softball may not do outstanding. Yeah. I mean outstanding guys I think there's not necessarily people. They're trying harder. There's just people who are better than other people. So there's guys who they're not. They're trying to win the game. But they're not trying to prove anything. I'm talking about the guy. That's gonna argue a call. That doesn't really happen. Okay. Well, that's good. Because I think everybody, you know, would love to get a hit, you know, be able to say they got a hit or they put one through. They got on base or a double argument, you're referencing more or less the pickup game at the why we're Fred's Cohen all the foul every time. He doesn't make a shot. Literally when I worked way back in the post as posted inquire guys used to get together and play case. Briefcase in this. I'm obviously now struggling mightily. But we the I went once I'm done. Calling as photographer in every game. There was a near Malay all because of him. I'm like this is stupid. I'm done. Do you suck? It were out here. Just trying to have fun. I'm not gonna fight you. Yeah. I mean, and that's just the way that you're treated the experience and how much money it costs to go. You know what I mean? Like, no one's gonna ruin their or anyone trip over something. Like that. Because you know, it's not like you're playing for money. I mean, you're maybe bragging rights if your team wins it, but there's twelve team. So a lot of teams aren't going to win it. And it's just it's so fun. I mean, you're in Arizona in January you're treated like a pro ball player, they the clubhouse staff washes your uniform and puts it in your locker the trainers Tapie up or I mean, it's just it's just amazing. That's pretty awesome. And and when I worked down in Atlanta, we were the flagship station for the Braves we never got to do fantasy camp. But we did go to spring training and just the. Vibe that you start to get. I mean, if you get inundated in that part of the season, you really do know how people get infected with that desire to really buy in the further you pull yourself away from it. I see how you become disjointed and pull away. But if you do something like that experience or go to some spring training games where it's just so laid back and so cool. I think I think that does set the table nicely for the season. And you know, the access to the former players, you know, they they are there to make sure you have a good week as much as the people from the hall of fame are so they're always available in the locker room, or in the hotel lobby in the evenings to just sit around and tell stories and and talk to you. You know, there's not like this sort of exclusiveness that the that the players have that you don't get time with any of the ones that you want. So, you know, you've got Jack Billingham in Jim Maloney, all the way up to Austin Kerns and Aaron harangue and Brett Tomko. I mean, it's like everything in between like an. Any reds fan is going to have a boatload of people to just sit around and talk baseball too. I mean, it's it's it's pretty surreal. And I went as a bucket list thing last year. And I had so much fun that I had to go back and plan on doing it. Yeah. Translation when the retired. They're nice. Roster is their asses me. It back to all kind of where we started. When we come back. Josh Sneed is our guest from from all the stuff with the reds that you've done stand up comedy since he shirts won't talk a little bit about your podcast as well. Coming up because Ralph and I have both had the opportunity to grace you with our president is right on that podcast. Probably two of the higher rated episodes. I would have been downloaded zero zero download zero doubt does your data. Right. You were having the right direction air perhaps. Yeah. Well, we'll get back to that. And we'll talk a little bit more about. What's funny? All right. And we got this going on till midnight. Got plenty to get to what still allowed to be funny before the takes over with Steve Somers. He's gamble. I'm fan. Josh Sneed is our guest here on NewsRadio seven hundred w l w acceptable reasons. For missing at Ian, rocky show, you're trapped under a tree.
"tapie" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"Stores into fees and things like that? So similarly Tapie find something called the cloudy bats, so Mike soft v will support cloudy vents. In fact, been good Sanders blog post, he said, it was the first cloud provider to support cloudy vents. So if you go to a service like event good Niger, you have an option of being sent a message, which has a format that combined with cloudy, but we are. Has he been on the show? Yes. And the reason for the buoy is we were in Sweden. And we started drinking wine at the beginning of the show by the end of the show. Everything was boo, boo. It's an hour long show. We were we were a little Bill yet. All right, cloud events. Let's get back to their. So they were just talking about cloudy band says as you know, again, a common standard now cloud provider like is your comes along and says, hey, people support this negativity. You can go use is it event could service and people Emmett and event, which complies to the format cloud events. So that was going with this answer was of course, you know, Microsoft is embracing cloud native. So you can use those as like a s and even grid scout events and similarly for networking the networking team implemented something called ashes. And I so a they bitch the gap between what a container or board needs in terms of networking and ward underlying as your networking provides. So they're doing a lot of work in that area. The question I have as what about services like, absolutely, right. The which are great services very popular being used by lots of people. How does that play into the cloud native world because you know, clearly apsos can do containers. You can bring a container and say, hey, container run. This. In fact, that has been containerization across the board of your services better. You are as your batch of whether you're up observance you can bring a container..
"tapie" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"I think that's a ninja turtles. According to Pacini, they pull, but how pay how Paul was Pechiney though, he was pulled because you dive right poor. But how fuel rich? He right, Paul. But happy. And it's Christmas Eve coming up to that very USPS ferry. No pretty long they all intend to go to a bar relate classic as we will after to the show tonight. But result was not finished writing his poem yet. Classic rodolfo. That's on relate to that ought to my show on the way to Edinburgh Rodolfo promises to join them soon and the others leave. Now, a neighbor Mimi knocks on the door and she asks him to light a candle for her, but Ridolfi has candle goes out to wouldn't you know, it she accidentally drops when the two oh where the two sets for to the dunk they touch each this had the old I've dropped my key. And the Donald nights she knew exactly what she was doing night. They fall in love them at the cafe Rodolfo introduces made me to his friends and MS that is music from news at mazzetti. So I'm gonna say that again, she is currently singing the road of Musa in Lebowa. That's to edit in night at home, so uncultured. And missouri. That's you. That's me. Who is the paint machos lover? I don't think you should just define yourself as a love there. I think this is typical Wikipedia arrives. Well, they described as a Tump with a halt Tom with a Hong. Six members enjoy that Christmas Eve, well the next year this act three now, and we've only just got housed Christmas Eve in February Mamie visits, Missouri. Marcello Mimi consults visitor about Rodolfo who has recently coal to her then Rodolfo visits much shallow, basic Hollyoaks plot. Maimi hides at once Ridolfi system much. I love me, but she has to Closys. Got tapie. I am poor. And I can't buy any medicine for her and can't take care of her. I should say goodbye to her. That doesn't seem not enough doesn't that seems like the opposite of now of health is a we have to say, and I am surprised as all of you out this week pedia entry for this NOP. Sis doesn't do the upper Justice. Can I just say though, God bless the nitrous? This is what it's like announce it. This is what it's like, you got dumped by your boyfriend because you go and he's not icon, full hyphen. This is what I mean, even okay sorry back to the I should say goodbye, don't dump you go from because some really don't like, you know, then rebel notices Mimi. They love each other. But decide to choose to live separately, that's Weinstein because it's more amounted. Keep the remnants conscious uncoupling. After some time, the full Bahamians live happily as usual now, the spoilers now, if you don't know the show, do you want to know what happens next full if you want any spoilers look away now. Mazzetti runs into the river, the dying Mimi Mimi really wants to diet rebellious side. Does he not want to catch it or something? It's heartbreaking Harvard. His friends go out to come up with the money to buy medicine.
"tapie" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Alfred decided to change tips name sort of she'd gone by Tapie for so long that it had replaced her birth name Natalie. But it wasn't her original name Hitchcock decided that from now on whenever her name was printed in films. It had to be surrounded by single quotation marks. He just wanted to be clear that it was a nickname. He thought that that would be better for her mystique career. What I will give him that because tippy is very memorable memorable. Name kind of a weird Joyce. But you know, I'm not again so far. Okay. It's not so suspicious. He's getting really involved in this lady. Yes. Yes. It's probably just he cares. He cares. He just cares right next. He ordered to members of his crew to watch miss Hedren whenever she left the set and make notes on what she was doing. Now that she went who she saw what she did when she wasn't working like a investigator kind of phone around like. Yeah. Like yet. He had to people basically follow her around everywhere and keep on her. To these guys credit after a few days of this. They realized it was weird and just started lying to Hitchcock. Oh, stop following her. So they're not bastards did the right thing. Keep taking the money. Just don't do the job. That's the right thing. Because otherwise you would have just hired a private investigator. True you lie to the guy. Yeah. Smart Hitchcock ordered other members of the cast to avoid touching or even talking to Tippi Hedren. Rod Taylor her co-star in the birds recalled she was like a precious piece of jewelry. He owned little by little known was permitted to come close to her during the production don't touch the girl after I call cut. He said to me repeatedly in a little weirder. Yeah. He's treating her like she's like an object. Yeah. Exactly. Now early on in the production, Hitchcock sent a basket of bread to Tippi Hedren house. It came with a note that said eat me tippy later stated he was developing this obsession and I began to feel uncomfortable because I had no control. I had to be very careful. He tried to control everything what I wore eight and drink. Oh, yeah. So this progresses. Yeah. It progresses. This stuff. I'm familiar with. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And we're about to get. Oh, I guess we'll see how much you're familiar with it. We get an one thing. That's pretty crazy. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It's a common. It's a coming. Now. According to. A write up in the express, quote, not long after riding in a limo Hitchcock attempted to embrace Hedren just before the door open in front of a crowded hotel Hedren approached alma Hitchcock's wife asking for help. Her exact words were tippy. I'm so sorry. You have to go through with this Hedren remembers. I looked at her and said, but almost you could stop it and her is sort of glazed over and she walked away. That's not great. It's like he had his wife and check. Yeah. Yeah. It is. And it's it's a little bit you see shades of the Weinstein stuff here. A little people. See some messed up stuff going on. But nobody's quite nobody's saying. Yeah. But also see back, then it was different. It's not like now. Yeah. Like people kind of just didn't gossip. Yeah. And women had a lot less power in the workplace period. Ryo Hollywood was actually probably more progressive than most places in terms of that just because like you've got a little more marketability when you're but even then like, but also Hitchcock was like super famous Hitchcock was fucking hitch. So it's like no one wanted to really fuck psycho had come out. He ended the slasher job. Yeah..
California, Stefan Clark and Oakland discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"I don't know what it was what do you call it building a house i don't know it wasn't tapie topic but anyway so so today he's gonna come in and try to do it again we're going to give him another chance at another game today we're gonna spend the wheel into it just regular regular spin the wheel he he messed it up yesterday actually gonna have lots of top it's not just one today we'll see he hasn't wield the wheel in into that in a minute also the news it was getting into the headlines what would he have going on samantha all right protests and sacramento california over the shooting of stefan clark continue at the same time pro protests in oakland have reignited over the shooting of salim tyndall back in january so because of these events new legislation is being drafted in sacramento to increase transparency investigations of officers officer involved shootings don't look at your 401k today stocks tumbled yesterday at china raised after china's import duties on several us exports this was in retaliation to raise duties on steel and aluminum imports from china china so cording to some this brings us closer to a full on trade conflict so if i were you maybe just don't look at your investments today it's still leveling out congratulations to villanova michigan basketball yesterday such great news this marks their second win in three years and their third time in villanova history the final score was seventy nine to sixty two all right and this one hurt my heart as i'm sure it did many of you winnie mandela former wife of nelson mandela he's fully passed away yesterday at the age of eightyone surrounded by her family and loved ones the south african mother of the nation and her former husband were a symbol of the country's antiapartheid struggle for three decades.
"tapie" Discussed on World News This Week
"Srs it was their first concert tapie sees chief foreign correspondent terry moran hong kong marched mother nature was particularly cruel the sheer from devastating california wildfires it was early in the morning on october nine vettori evacuation order who'd people living in napa and sonoma and mendocino counties went racing to get out of their home just get in the car in santa roses coffee park neighborhood thousands of homes were destroyed in a matter of our is really are hoping the fis some little memento flames spread quickly in seventy miles per hour wind closed at nine thousand buildings were destroyed oh boy totalling at least forty three victims who were killed unable to escape the flames that were racing faster than humans could wrong found bodies that were almost completely intact and we have found bodies that were nothing more than optioned bone that search and recovery effort took a week's so many lives impacted and the landscape of santa rosa changed forever alex stone abc dave 2017 had one of the most active hurricane seasons in recent wreck when he decent for the generator we need light when you water the 2017 alphabetical listing began with tropical storm arlene in april and ended with riina in november and in between seventeen tropical storms in hurricanes ravaged the caribbean the florida keys and the us gulf coast texas governor greg abbott says the damage estimates for hurricane harvey alone is that the largest or one of the largest natural disasters that we've had in the history of this country beyond the three hundred billion dollar price tag at least two hundred people died in this year's atlantic storms jim ryan abc news.
"tapie" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Two uh beck bennett bonner bolton move back her dmitry is gadgetry i am one of the founding partners and member of the atlas elite entertainment team hello this is sugar intercessions and i am one of the founding parties and member of the at atlas in meat entertainment welcome to all those listening to this crash that we hope will be interesting inflammation and pain of this show too almost instant ours from around the world thriving groups i am also found your arm in member of the dow dropped taste he says he hopes take power brock if you do an prove this to the industry are from around the world talk about upcoming dave was token j weary of two thousand eighteen is called the first annual leaking in tapie's that's right rodney all of us here at at lizzy lead entertainment are very excited about this reward show which is the reason why we put this presentation together we want to talk about the awards show but it's about why are we are doing this and most importantly how you doing artist kept benefit by participating in our award show you gotta dimitris we i thought he talked about how would show to demonstrate all of the benefits for the artist who participate this very unique and groundbreaking first i wanna talk about how nice campus on january first two thousand eighteen we will lines his show an israeli entity on what showed website from artist zamindar to smith is seemed into one eighth power goes the calgary's our time be path gospel punchy jazz hip hop.
"tapie" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Now this is sugar into sessions in i am one of the founding parties and member of the come at this event entertainment to welcome to all those listening to this proud that we hope will be interesting inflammation and pain official to almost instant ours from around the world i am also found party in member of and he worked out of love taste he hopes take power brock h d two and three of the to the music industry are ground were talk about comey in january of two thousand eighteen called first annual in tapie's that's right rodney all of us here at at lissy late entertainment are very excited about this reward show which is the reason why we put this presentation together we want to talk about the awards show but it's about why we are doing this and most importantly how you paint artist kept benefit by participating in our award show you gotta dimitris we i thought he talked about how would show to adena state all of the benefits for the artist who participate this gay unique inbound taking legal first i wanna talk about how nice kit which is a on january first two thousand eighteen we will lines this elite entity on what show website from parties zamboanga to submit this sink into one shot eighth panikos the category our next time be cop gospel country jazz hip hop rocks and negative submission and nominations we'll continue from january through june 30th two thousand hutus who would certainly living hell online in july two thousand eighteen.
"tapie" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Because i don't see what the point is if talk it to a key to leap under those circumstances jannie to eat he takes changes israel i could make a whole segment out a say in that over and over again he takes jane was just on the amman my have so many questions about this okay with that you mentioned earlier okay what an ecb do you used tapie chain to your chest the question i have decried crabtree alert anyone than he was going to do this like did he tapie's chain to his chest and then went to one of his teammates say what do you think you'll see it this is gonna be looking at himself in a mirrored that he tried a yankee themselves the savior was secure or not was somebody all his team had to see him taping at chain on right by somebody had to like what you told crab hegel take much style oh they're going to do that i'll keep much and if you try a mcgivney hands that right and well that did happen that that that was in fact what was sometimes but you gotta do you mentioned earlier that you thought it was strange that they suspended the guys with finding just because football such a violent sport and we had a jack career early this week citing the fight between jalen ramsey in ag green is reason why he was surprised that there was a suspension in the first place how much of the suspension had to do with the fact that it kind of seem premeditated mostly all crabtree side now i said earlier the reason it this is mentioned that happened is otherwise they would go fight every game like i don't have any reasonably the jailer ramsey and aj agree to go to fight or reject these cats are gonna fight every time they see each other crabtrees chain foot to leave is all on site situation to leave four crabtree is all all onsite situation you got to do something to mitigate the fact that it is an all on site situation because he event we talked about this before all site is a different animal remember that's how we talked about zibo who appear to have.
"tapie" Discussed on SRSLY
"Both we would do without you make that's exciting and he's seattle currently working on a new picture around for us not say so it is very exciting it's also really difficult yeah so hold onto your hat stage iv who all or half quizzed depending on when you've got this anyway it's been a big we can pop culture hasn't it carla it has been a big week i also feel like this period now from that mid december three to christmas is just such a fertile period all the good tv comes out because they are expecting you to stay indoors and then just watch tv for instance i'm not saying it's good bought stuff like the bbc's big budget new adaptation of howard's end started here sunday night that kind of style haven't watched every i have an either i i do i do you want to i read some tweets okay that's the same and rituals they think well is interesting because apparently they cost not lots spot more than you might think in a bbc edward in period drama people of color in it uh we'll has always get too there was some interesting and less interesting discussion of georgia i saw while it was airing so yeah definitely want to check that out ray but do so this is oscar bait movie time right totally one thing though i kind of wanted to add to that christmas note to fuels which is may be going too long down a garden path we don't have time to go down is have you heard the latest men ruining things tobacco something that you probably we are has been ruined i have the agatha christie christmas thing which has become a bit of a thing the last sadly they were last year on the year before really really thoroughly enjoyed the act yes it was the adan and then they were non and then witness to the prosecution starring tevi starring tapie joins and they would this what are they doing this year ordeal by by innocence and they pulled it because it stalls at westwick currently facing while their obligation to purchase of sexual harassment and assault which i think is the you know obviously we can't go into allegations td play on seriously which has no funding.
"tapie" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"And yeah so so seeing that for sixteen bit stuff is super exciting it's it's exciting to watch this space develop because i mean these are like very focused pieces of hardware so it at that point it's like okay it's not a computer it's not a brasserie pie it's not something that's going to introduce a bunch of latency along the way just polling usb port it's like this is fucking fast and that's in the lanes you think it's super important as someone who's been chasing leg video upscaling equipment and stuff like that for all consoles to make it to forty p signal fly antony p and look good it's been rough like differing meister as good as it is wasn't good enough for me like i i be using asked her i can still feel yes but i did get the us a c recently and what do you think as love it it is it is it is the end game the open source scan converter yes so what this on you is it'll take a scan line and it will multiply it rather than passing through refrained buffer to scale it there it it's like a microsecond you can't notice i'm playing this thing on a one millisecond response computer monitor and you can eight as i'm just i'm taken aback my girlfriend who couldn't give a shit i'm just like seventy you understand you have to see this is so they just to touch this deep had just press at once this this thing i've been chasing for years and i finally free can here and in a super into gets announced i'm like and then on top of that it doesn't have analog out that you can't i don't know what it looks like that's what it looks like what the it's just a fucking is that a blizzard was the most rickety ashdown brewer it's i will together bread organize air no no it's that that i ever service it's actually very well built it's manufactured professionally it's not like exposed a circuit boards she was raspberry pie kasur now video assists he is an amazing kit made by marcus marx and they're like two hundred bucks that's a couple months before you get yours after you order it but having that having done the whole chase of how it should have fly in tapie's cream ases epi.
"tapie" Discussed on Answer Me This!
"Like mr tapie and they had the person who announce a new halim's oltman independent deriving loony party four boats monte too a man genius party five thousand nine hundred sixty two hartinah's strict jim thome cross millions of israel and payment anyway that's the returning officer it's okay to address the matter does that mean they all the mirrors that special returning officer mayoral style uniform good question banking usually means they are s and that suggests how you become the returning officer by seasonal torino's it's usually given to someone like the mass sometimes it's the chairman of the council some time by a county hani sheriff which is a thing who at an even though we had to be knock as prime meats and how can become the wind's sheriff the uk high sheriff's are appointed by the royal family and it goes back to before the norman conquest so it's probably too late lakeview brian i'm actually strauss ingress of who lives in windsor sacred just turn up windsor castle with if a gift basket possibly but in london where stretched him i don't think has a maher who does the in all of the all of the district of london the returning an mp it'll be a senior post by accounts opiates is councils and stuff it's councils and actually ovo the returning officer is is the person reading out the results and make it to be on tallying they don't do any of the administering it's just the honorific of being on the tally by actually digest the figurehead which is why is usually a narrow someone who does naturally do not necessarily know anything about what's going on so they've not counted every vote themselves against at what they do the most important thing they do is not fuck up the numbers not the decimal point in they appoint the arrow which is the acting returning officer what i know it's weird.
"tapie" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy
"Remember that what lay down though we were born in the city i'm john about kp marc faber my sis my older sister won't be sports reports reconsider the georgia which makes shrimp kebabs which is like our notion dates the missing crazy as spice man in dronka does with some cucumber infused water does usually more heavy on the rocks europe saying it's not a beer but lots as mangalsen home with the notion of kebabs math walk eight what tapie actually have a real basketball question for you by notes wants a brought worst by the way go to growing option just wanted to say bravo i that's shirt i just noticed that sabon is too modest bonus is now going to be on the summer league roster what is the record for most start nba season before taking part in some really be bore starts this season before taking place looked at me ryan oh sorry i'm in a there's got to be like someone who started basically all yours rookie in the played summer league like i remember a few years ago like you know yawn is played out the started the whole year yoenis played so maybe maybe on his phone genus tom rayner ivory grow novels curious yoenis yunus played he started fifty seven games before okayed hidden inside as his oath on two bonus has sixty six um covic to us from a very windy south jersey ride jones goal right here look for us it's gonna i'm gonna go are they go it's spelled are why any bribe.