26 Burst results for "Tari"

Johann Sebastian Bach 3: What's a Concerto?

Classics for Kids

05:25 min | 7 months ago

Johann Sebastian Bach 3: What's a Concerto?

"Kids. Concerto comes from two Italian words with sort of meanings first concerto means in agreement or together like the word concert. You go to a concert to hear people playing together but the Italian word contract. Tari has to do with struggling. And a concerto also has to do with one or more solo instruments doing friendly battle in concert with a larger group. Italian COMPOSER GIUSEPPE. Torelli gets most of the credit for developing the instrumental concerto. In the late sixteen hundreds an Italian who lived a bit later on Tonio Vivaldi wrote Zillions of Concerto will actually only five hundred or so. But it seems like Zillions Vivaldi's most famous set of concertos named for the four seasons the earliest concertos were written for violins. But you can have a concerto for any instrument. Here's one that you'll have nipple Makoma road for trumpet. One for cello by front-seat high one for Tuba by Refund Williams who in the late twentieth century Scottish composer James Macmillan wrote a concerto called vinnie Emmanuel for percussionist. Evelyn Glenn you can also have a concerto with more than one Solo Instrument Wolfgang Gone Medina's Mozart wrote this one for flute and Harp Dmitri Shostakovich wrote a wonderful concerto for piano and trumpet the end of the peace sense just like music for a silent movie. Let's because when he was young Shostakovich had a job playing piano for silent movies in box day composers also wrote something called the Concerto Grosso which does not mean. A concerto with slimy stuff. Losing out of it grow is Italian for great. Instead of just one or two soloists. A Concerto Grosso has a whole group of soloists. A smaller group pitted against a larger group. George Frederic Handel. Who lived at the same time as Bach wrote quite a few Concerto Grossi? That's the official plural of Concerto Grosso. a lot of Bach's Brandenburg concertos fall into the Concerto Grosso category in the Brandenburg Concerto. Number two the small group consists of Trumpet Flute Oboe Violin and the big group is made up of string instruments.

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Is one of the brightest stars in the sky about to go supernova?

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Is one of the brightest stars in the sky about to go supernova?

"Swinging into the stone the store will not has a dual identity it's the second brightest star of Taurus the bull but it's also the second brightest star of a raga the cherry tear officially the star belongs to Taris so it's also known as beta Tara and the name L. not means the budding one that's a reference to the stars position at the tip of the bulls wore but the star also is part of the classical connect the dots pattern that outlines are right when those constellations were first drawn thousands of years ago no one was too concerned about which star belong to which

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Monster Energy Stocks Surge on Death Stranding's Launch Day

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Monster Energy Stocks Surge on Death Stranding's Launch Day

"Energy drink energy stock rose with de-stress releases from nadia oxford at US gamer the the stock price for the mazda brand of energy drinks received a nice boost on friday the same day he could you must desk training hit store shelves before you jump on us for comparing apples oranges think on and this monster energy drinks play a big role exam puerto but his long trip across the united states it just a coincidence it's an abusing one resonator dumais triana posted the correlation on the decorating read it the candidate a snapshot those monsters stock closed at fifty fifty eight dollars and sixteen cents november eighth compared to fifty six sixty four on november number seven that's quite a jump i looked up much stock on yahoo financials charts and the numbers checkout in fact friday was the highest closing monster energy in over a month sam realized a mantra energy to give him wings sorry wrong energy drink in-depth straining since trudging across the united states while carrying hundreds of pounds of cargo takes formidable stamina also it's not the drink the water in a university of the rain weird tari staff the ages anything that touches it is the jump to monitor stock prices really hideo kojima production or we're cuisine it's hard to save for sure though is worth noting that mantras prices down again i'll be it slightly fifty seven seventy eight at

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This Console Cost the Equivalent of $758 in 1977

Covert Nerd Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

This Console Cost the Equivalent of $758 in 1977

"The Atari video pinball system I think it was a Tari pit video pinball C.. Three sixty I think is the full name and it was released in nineteen seventy seven but we got this one. Probably in seventy eight seventy nine maybe even eighty but I was looking back at this is is the way it set up. Have pictures in the show notes. So you the listener can go check it out. But it basically is a big block of the plastic and it has a dial on the top and then it has two little push buttons on the side for your pinball games because it was a pinball game basketball ballgame and then break out or pong. Excuse me break out. And then Pong too and you use a little side buttons as flippers for the or the pinball all game and then the dial in the front used for breakout in then it ran and it was color but the most insane thing is is that Iran on six exte- batteries six at sea batteries. Yeah yeah let that roll off. The tongue see batteries. It didn't plug in and I remember we'd always have to replace stupid things with the batteries and you win. It started running low on batteries. The lines on the screen started to get blurry a little bit and kind of Fade in and out and you hooked it up to your TV and it was done through the antenna system because back then they didn't have hd Meyer higher even the RCA. Jack You just had this antenna attachment that would kind of you. Had these two screws on the back of your TV you'd loosen them up and put these little wires underneath and tighten. Tighten it back down again. And that's how hooked up and it was color but way we had it at our house is the Nice TV was upstairs and it was color and the downstairs had an old black and white. TV So we didn't even had color for for this system. Sometimes my parents would let us bring it upstairs and play with it up there. But so so the seven video games at a had were four pinball pinball variations basketball game in two versions of breakout so breakout had the little paddle at the bottom. And then you knock out all the little color tiles at the top and the I don't remember much about the basketball game I just remember the pinball and the break breakout by far are was the one that we we played the most. But I don't know if you've ever seen this one randy before her heard about it. I've heard of it but I've never seen it. I've never used used one. I've never seen one in the wild super interesting I. I'm so surprised that it runs on batteries. No definite it's that's so weird but this is one of those like it's Kinda what Nintendo does anymore. It's one of those. The controller is the console. Guess where the controls patrols built right into the console. That's that's very interesting. I it is like we you or Or a switch and I didn't know about the is cool that it's has pinball and it's got the buttons on the side for the flippers. That's fun yeah. It's in research like we were saying earlier. There are a lot of systems like this. That didn't this is before the days of the cartridge. So you put all your games in one big block unit and we primarily had this on the floor in front of the TV. So you Kinda lay on your stomach car. You might sit and put it on your lap and use it that way and that's us the buttons. There's some buttons on the Front. You have five different buttons ones reset select elect option power and then ball served so when you did pong or breakout you hit the little button and then the ball comes down and you start playing then as how how that worked so the the guts of it your your calculator. Your watch probably has more world than this thing but it was. It was our first system. I was probably five six years old at the at the most when we got it and so for me it was like well. This is really cool and I grew up in the in the country out in Nebraska. So we didn't have an arcade nearby and so this was. I'm surprised my parents bought this. Actually I'm shocked and yet because the kind of had a pong market back then but this kind of came to an end of course when later on the Atari Twenty six hundred came out and you could more more than seven games on system and the cost for this. I was researching this. So the cost for this back in seventy seven on one website said it was isn't one hundred seventy nine dollars which would be seven hundred and fifty eight dollars in today's dollars. Imagine your parents spending almost eight hundred bucks or even now spending spending seven hundred fifty eight dollars for a game system that only played seven games seven games so yeah there's no Expanding the library there. Wow that's insane I. I was just shocked when I ran the numbers on that as a website. You can go to plug in the year and it will you put the dollar amount. It tells you what that is valued today but seven. Let's see systems like playstation four and Xbox or what four ninety nine. I think we're based system. I think so. Yeah I one hundred bucks. This is two hundred fifty dollars more than just so. When I heard that I saw that I was like? I'm sure my parents pigs except year or two later so probably wasn't quite that but it was still still a lot of money and I think the thing that of course this thing is the style gic for me so of course I'm probably is not that great of a system when he kind of look at it but at the time and that your first system you kind of like Whoa. This is cool. I I have no plans to buy this. You can buy it on Ebay and other places. But I don't know we don't even have an antenna hookup. You'd probably have to get some sort of adapter to make it

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U.S.-Taliban Peace Deal Appears Within Reach

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:10 min | 1 year ago

U.S.-Taliban Peace Deal Appears Within Reach

"Are the united states and the insurgent group the taliban on the verge of of striking a peace deal to end afghanistan's eighteen year long war both sides are locked in a ninth round of talks in the tari capital doha and so far the signs look promising taliban delegates say they're still negotiating the mechanism of the u._s. Troop withdrawal from afghanistan at the same time. The insurgents need to assure america that the afghan territories under their control will not be used for attacks against the u._s. and its allies in the future. I'm joined by michael semple his professor at the institute shoot for global peace security and justice at queen's university belfast. He's also a former e._u. Official in afghanistan michael a very good day to you. It's it's good news. This is happening but presumably it should be treated with a degree of cautious optimism. Yes you really cannot over overestimate the extent to which the whole of honest down is looking towards these negotiations and hoping that they eighteen years or even forty years war is about to end but nothing's final until its final and they're quite a few hurdles to overcome one of which of course is as the mechanism to get american troops out of afghanistan and also the responsibility on the part of the insurgents to make sure that america and indeed itself a allies are not likely to be attacked in the future. There are some fundamental questions here that haven't released transparently being unserved. I heard that <hes> the taliban have been telling their supporters that they show are about to sign a deal for the unconditional time. I'm limited withdrawal of u._s. Troops <hes> while the u._s. is being giving reassurances to the afghan government that <hes> they stand ready to support court they sh- <hes> the afghan government forces ensuring that <hes> they're not overrun by the taliban. I mean that's that's fundamentally to the negotiations. They <hes> so far progress in these negotiations have seen <hes> achieved basically by the u._s. making concessions. I'm persuading the taliban to stay on board. One of the issues that the taliban <hes> have been holding out for is a massive prisoner release. He's <hes> sometimes you know. There's a lot of unhelpful leaking going on. Sometimes they show the thousand prisoners from time to say oh. We're going to get a five five thousand thousand prisoners out and i think many of the <hes> the people in afghanistan and the kabul comfortable sitting asking <hes> what concessions of the telecom lawmakers to deserve of this kind of present sesame the perception that that the traffic seems to be flowing in one direction but what's also interesting about these talks is that they involve the town of the taliban and the united states and the afghan government itself isn't sitting around the table so that does appear to be an extraordinary omission and is it one that perhaps is slow things down <hes> this is about the design of

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A brief look at Game Transfer Phenomena

Curiosity Daily

06:02 min | 1 year ago

A brief look at Game Transfer Phenomena

"Research is helping us understand just how differently video. Games can affect us than other media a few months ago, we talked about the tetris effect, which is when things you focus on for a long time show up in your dreams, like tetris or another video game. The tetris effect is a visual phenomenon but there are other effects video games can have on your brain. They kind of blur the line between what you see on screen, and what you see in the real world, the overarching term. For what I'm talking about is game transfer phenomenon and today's guest is a pioneering researcher on the subject. Anjelica Ortiz's dig, or Tari is a post doctoral researcher, who literally coined the term in two thousand ten and she's been working on this subject ever since she told us the game transfer phenomenon covers a wide variety of sensory modalities from gamers hearing sound effects, and voices to making involuntary movements with their fingers in real life. But when she told us exactly how deeply these effects are felt it blew our minds. Well, one of the most remarkable experience is with. Gamer seeing EMU with open video game menus when you're having a conversation with someone or seeing power, bars and health bars above people's heads when you're playing sports with your friends pretty intense, whether you've experienced this type of thing or not. Anjelica Ortiz day Gortari could use your help with a new study on game transfer phenomena. If you're eighteen to fifty years old, and you play video games for at least six hours a week on any platform than you're invited to participate in her study on game transfer phenomena online right now. Just visit game transfer phenomena dot com and look for the recent blog post titled gamers needed for web experiment on game transfer phenomena. The study aims to examine the relationship between game transfer phenomena and cognitive processes all you need to do to participate as answer a short questionnaire then complete three short tasks online. I did it myself and it was pretty fun. And by participating you get to play an active role in advancing research in a brand new field of study. Remember, you need to take it in the next few days while participation is still open. So what are you waiting for go? Take it right away. Or at least please share with your gamer friends in the name of science one more time. The website is game transfer phenomenon dot com.

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Child abuse case against Chiefs' Tyreek Hill no longer active

WGR Programming

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Child abuse case against Chiefs' Tyreek Hill no longer active

"NFL. Kansas City prosecutors no longer actively investigating a criminal case against chiefs wide receiver tyreek hill involving alleged injuries to his three year old son with more ESPN's field Yates, NFL, live with Suzy kolber, NFL, has previously said Suzie, that is not going to investigate Tari kills matter until it has been handled in terms of the legal process until that has fully played out and remember when this case was previously deactivated. DA said we do believe a crime has been committed, but we are not able to prove who or how it happened. Now, the crime is are the cases once again, no longer active in it would leave you to believe. That after that disturbing audio clip that was released which prompted a case to be reopened that they were once again, unable to decide or determine how this crime went down. It's a still do believe that something took place, which is why is a three year old boy with a broken arm, but they cannot prove who is responsible for this. So we're kind of back at the same spot knows you mentioned it is still being investigated by that child protective services in the NFL is now starting its own vesting Gatien. So it's possible that tyreek hill, even if he does not face criminal punishment could face punishment from the NFL, and we'll see what that means for status with the chiefs going to impact today's update on a time line. I think that the NFL given that we now have about five or six weeks before training camps, heat up has a natural window to continue to investigate into this matter. And as we know what the NFL Suzy even if fans clamor for clarity and teams as well by the start of the football season, if the NFL is not prepared to make what they believe is a full and final ruling. They'll continue to investigate. So it was much probably put a time line. Hey, we'll just be wrapped up by training camp. It might make sense logically, but it's hard to say, for sure. Tyreek hill has been barred from all chiefs team activities, pending the

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Apple's Original Brand Strategy: Get Ahead of Atari in the Phonebook

The Bobby Bones Show

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Apple's Original Brand Strategy: Get Ahead of Atari in the Phonebook

"Steve Jobs. Chose the name apple for his company in part because he wanted it to appear before Atari in the phone book where he previously works. That's funny. Yeah. I didn't know that. I knew that's what some people do like. Hey lumber. Really, yes. They'll be. Iki. Yeah. Pest control it works. That's funny on apple before Tari. That's, that's very

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"tari" Discussed on Blockbuster

Blockbuster

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"tari" Discussed on Blockbuster

"And you actually can hear some of that stuff in the podcast a lot of is just from sound effects, libraries, and and a lot of it was recorded for this podcast where we were like, okay. This is what we're going to do. I actually think actually one of my favorite sounds that. I recorded that's in the series. I was gonna ask you this next. You know, which one I think so well, I don't wanna spoil that because I'm going to probably say shitty. I'm actually curious we're going to cut this out. But what do you think it was was it the moon, the stargazing sound, oh, the vortex vortex reverse the one of my favorite sounds actually that I recorded accidentally once although not accidentally because I knew they happen in as a kid. I've heard them is. If you go. Oh. At an airport about a mile under maybe less than a mile half a mile under the flight path, the landing path of an airplane about a minute after the plane passes over your head and. You hear the air vortex? The wave of air crashing back at each other which was before pushed away by the airplane and just creates this really interesting. Sound which would not expect after seven four seven because it's so tender, and that's something we used in the stargazing scene. And it's something that reported in seeing the the meteor shower I recorded this last year, I spent an entire day eating out burger in the car. Yeah. On Tari airport just microphone on the roof. And I was just sitting there. DHL FedEx airplanes landing all day long. Peter bothered sound designer and editor of blockbuster. Thanks for this chat. It's absolutely a pleasure. Thank you so much, please. Remember to subscribe and leave us a five star review to get all episodes of blockbuster. Follow blockbuster on social media for extra content and read are behind the scenes blog or visit our store at get blockbuster dot com..

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"tari" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"tari" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Has been out in front of this story for quite a while including the one that was released the audio and had the audio yesterday. And they have are now reporting that the criminal case is being reopened because of this audio between tyreek hill and his fiance. We have not independently confirmed that but since they've been pretty rock solid on all the reporting on this. It's fair to say that the that's happening. The league will monitor that investigation. They won't act until this investigation is finished. Now, it's been degree open. And the teacher standing by by what they're gonna do is RIA dresses on Monday. Although they have a press office today to introduce Frank Clark who they obtained in a trade from the Seattle Seahawks, and we can expect questions to be asked. If that person goes on the schedule. This is a story that is obviously unfolding and really just beginning. Because at this point in time it's fair to say that Tyree kills NFL future is in great jeopardy. He faces tremendous legal obstacles, the news of this case be reopened is no surprise exactly what our legal expert Ryan Smith expected to have happened. In fact, the other day when the district attorney said that he would not bring charges in this particular case, he also left open the idea that he could reopen the case at any point if additional evidence surfaced, and in this particular case Tyree kills beyond say save this tape as insurance gave it to a friend. And somehow it was a pain by Casey TV and publicized for everybody here and the big takeaways on that audio, of course. Tari kill was accused of hitting his son is accused of sun sing daddy. Did it of using a belt, and those are powerful words and powerful thoughts and deeply disturbing to anybody that heard it, and obviously we'll have a tremendous impact on whether tyreek hill ever plays in the NFL. But that may be the least of his problems if aces assorted.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming |  Marvel Month

The Big Picture

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Spider-Man: Homecoming | Marvel Month

"Shawn fantasy editor in chief of the ringer. And this is the big picture a conversation show at least for the time being about the marvel cinematic universe. I am joined today by your friendly neighborhood, film critic and ringer contributor, Adam name and Adam Hello, how are you? Hey, how're you doing Adam? You are friendly and neighborly because we are here to talk about a movie called Spiderman colon homecoming. This is a latter stages. MC you entrant and unlikely one largely because for the longest time Spiderman was just not a part of the new and when this movie happened. It was a surprise to many in the fact that he was integrated so effectively into this universe. Makes it kind of a fun movie to talk about because it fits into the big picture and a lot of the things we've been discussing throughout this marvel month, but it's also just a hell of a fund standalone movie when I reached out to you a couple of weeks ago about participating in this project. This is the movie you chose. And I thought that was so interesting, and you never told me why. So why do you want to talk about homecoming? I thought it'd be just really good and confusing to talk about homecoming in the shed. Oh of the other pop cultural product called homecoming true came out this week. I thought that'd be really fun. I thought we were talking about beyond say, no this is perfect for SEO. This is great. No. I mean, I I like talking about this film because I think it's a strong one. I wrote about it for the ringer when it came out and thought that everything you said about it sort of returning Spiderman to the intellectual property fold with something that it kind of allies itself in a very clever way, the whole movie is sort of almost about like Spiderman trying out for the marvel cinematic universe and trying out for the adventures and trying out for the audience, and it it has that self reflexive quality at it's not obnoxious. Like most of the time. It's quite clever. I sort of thought there was something about it. I mean, all the marvel movies even tell me what you think of this there. They have to have all these surface differences and all these surface, peculiarities nudity secrecy, but underneath they have to lock together like a puzzle or voltron like you can't really make one different. And so this one. Kind of has the friendly neighborhood surface on the outsider surface in the underdog surface. And I found that all like, very charming and pleasant, and then the fact that it really is just a piece of product that locks together to the rest of them in this case didn't bug me. The way that it may be bugs me with some of the other ones. Yeah. Even just revisiting it this week. I found myself surprised that should Tari alien technology was a significant part of this movie. Which is of course, if int- part of this MC, you and everything that we've been talking about because the first time I saw it. I felt like I could have been any old alien technology could have been from an Amblin movie in nineteen eighty seven. You know what I mean? Yeah. And you know, you don't really actually need Robert Downey junior there. There's pleasure in having Tony stark there, and Jon Favreau, kind of babysitting him, and, you know, the the the parallels that has the first ironman movie because it becomes a very different kind of origin story. Like thank God. It's not a Spiderman origin like he's bit by spider. And there's and there's all that stuff. But it. About him like becoming an official superhero. Right. And there's all kinds of scenes that parallel the way that same story is told in ironman right up to the ending being kind of a parody of iron man announcing himself to the world, whereas, you know, here Peter chooses not to you don't need all that stuff. But and then the Qatari technology. You're right. It could be anything. But I like movie that simultaneously stands alone. And has these bits of connected to the larger story, and I find the way it connects larger story in some ways really witty like the cell phone footage of the big civil war fight. Yes. That's really funny. It's clever. I

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"tari" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"tari" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"We miss your Tari. Man, we missed you. The season was tough without you. We all we all struggle from afar. Now, I gotta be honest with you, we want to share with you. I don't know why you didn't stay here. Let's let's start with this story. I guess what was it like for you? When you will when when you were here last year, and then had to leave after describe what that was like coming in. It was it was a special year. Man. I knew it. Get to sell the vibe and the people and the leadership that they had a bad to be around the player. Everything that you kind of look for in terms of as a player, you know, one to simply winning and be happy with the game. And that's the way it was me. Even you know. Highs in the low than it was especially when the my favorite years of my career, and I have a relationship that lasts forever because of it to play in that city play because my wife family was so many different things for me that it was just so that official healthy that you know, I it was tough to David leave. But even being traded. It wasn't like I was blindsided or or could be indicate with me even that would it was very way to happen. So I was I didn't want to leave, but I was thankful that they traded me to a place that we had a chance as well. But also that they communicated with me. So let's go back a year. What's the thing that stands out in your mind? Most about the eagles winning the championship would come what pops right into your head. Just the fans. Do you know, my wife, she's over contracting? So all the time still just know how much it means to the people there is bigger than what you see online or watching fans from dawn snowball, their Santa and all these different things. It means the world to them to be able to win. And it's something that the most aspect of people who've been waiting their entire life that that moment to be a small piece of that. Especially you really get it. You really do in every one of you guys from that team our heroes for life in this city. I don't have to tell you you should never pay for drink or a meal in the city of Philadelphia Tory. I hope you know, that that's fat. It's like I said people always show a lot of the show back. I'm very thing for either. Right. And in addition, you'd still are acting like you've got a great loyalty to the eagles. Because when the constant went story came out last week, not only big U disputed you use the poop emoji. I saw that part. Tari a day basically said that Wentz has got some enemies in that locker room. They think he's getting a little full of himself. You work with them for a year very closely. Did you see that at all? Now, that's the only reason why in his city them like that was a character attack. Like that's not Carson Carson one of the best leaders. He's not selfish at all. You know, if you want to build a leader someone to lead your team that's confident backing rally people have Carson so to kind of see that people attack that out I wouldn't argue or you know, if the articles about oh guy, that's frustrated because they feel like their fans say that all the time advocates not what he does. But you know, everyone kind of had the security blanket. And you know, I know that from play with Flaco a lot better. A lot like it's something about being comfortable with having a guy inside that you tend to favor them a lot more to close it up. But you know, I could see it maybe some guys maybe upset about that. Or maybe the targets on slowing the way they could have been like that's not something that you argue about. And I wasn't there. I don't even know that cake. But what you know, you can't just allow to happen. You know, someone who without a love and a lot of respect for that their character fascinated like I don't even have to be there to know that that's not true. We love hearing that in this town, obviously a lot is lot of invested in right now you got to play with Cam Newton this year. Right, tori. What was that? Like, what was that? Like a Gregg guys. Well, we came into the league at the same time, and that we actually used to work out together. When I was in Baltimore. We have different, you know, he's one of the athletes at that position in you know, in the history of the game. I like it. This being a pure go through it. Ryan. Super-confident brings a lot of energy and. Plant with them because he's a competitor. Hey, souvent it refrains each every day. So I I've been lucky to be able to play with the guys who were you bet. Three really interesting stops on the NFL tour, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Carolina. How different are these three cities different solid a lot smaller fan basis passionate? But it just a little it's a little smaller of the city Baltimore. Blue collar town fans are crazy about this kind of Miami affiliate affiliates. Like, Jameel Baltimore steroids. Is bigger. Fan base seen bigger to me, passion, everywhere. And if I bend Baltimore to Baltimore so small, and so they'll get to see that in a Abega city. It was pretty crazy. I was just in Baltimore recently. What they've done down there at the inner harbor. It's beauty like people. I think people have a different in and outside of Baltimore. It's beautiful down there. It's a great place. As long as you're there. But when you see where people are really living. It's a little tough harbor. That's right. Right. Right. You know, where the where the tourists go great. That's what we have in our charity game. So I could make sure I'm doing my part of the kids that are Nate dizzy huge controversy in the NFL right now about a pass interference. There was not called in the NFC championship game. You've been a wide receiver in the league along time. How often what percentage of place the you think are pass interference? May. Well, you can't ask me when I get more PR anybody in the history of the world. Yeah. All right. But you know, there's a lot of players that I think that's obvious that. Next call and also think that it's easier. It's so easy to blame the the rest for that. They should take a lot of heat. They've they blew a call that potentially could have led the saints being in the Super Bowl, but I'll fulfill like it's the same for this ran the ball. They wouldn't even have been in that situation. Yeah. I wanna know though, is their consistency. Like when you get hit in the balls in the air, this is it always called. Is it not call? You never know. What do you experience? Missed. They missed calls. You know, I think in that situation. I I think that's when it's you shouldn't have been able to bed. Right. But you know, if the ball at the restaurant behind it, you know, and it looks evening. Look at a glance at the ball. See where they are. Yeah. But you know, I felt like to me I thought it was obvious. But. All right, finally, Philadelphia deejay direction at this. Should we be rooting against the patriots this year? Even though the eagles are not in it. I think everyone should always root against. The patriots. Why is that story? Not even respect them. And I love I love to operate. I think he's the greatest the play. Very cool. Do I respect too? I really don't like it's hard to explain. You don't have to. I think we all agree with you. But I just wanna I said this'll be Getty. We really missed you this year for what you did on the field for great stuff. You've done our communities March thirtieth three thirty Royal farms arena. Tori is.

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"tari" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"tari" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Plus it had speech speech read five standing by. And it was it was interesting game because lupus, essentially, you played deaths char attack and trench Ron. Yeah. And then you played it again and got more difficult you played for score. And some interesting things article, it's on arcade, blogger dot com. Just searched Tari Star Wars cockpit to bell meant but the game. Was originally another game called warp speed than at that Atari engineered wants to make with the same graphic when they got the license do Star Wars, then they just poured it over at the effects. But then once that happened that time to develop the cabinet itself. And there's two versions of this. There's the standard version and the carpet version and the cockpit version they have photos of the mockups cardboard mockups which relate to as she built star Lord's building foam core mockups and also the art static scrape production design art workers even photos of George Lucas testing the cabinet to give his final sign off before they reached it. They sold like twelve thousand of these which awesome. On the play when you when you go to vent, California stream or can find this in the wild. That's really really fun to play one last bit. Netflix thing. Recommendation will mention this on still entitle a couple of weeks back. But there was a Netflix documentary series called seven days out have you sort of this. I watched some of this. This is also pretty intense because I've lived this life a little bit. If you are interest if you like documentary series, but maybe you don't want like a two hour documentary series, forty five minute documentary episodes the premise, I think was brilliant. They document the seven days leading up to a big event. So whether it is the reopening of the best restaurant in the world or the lead up to the Westminster dog show, the seven days leading up how the organizers revamp space how competitors prepare the seven days leading up to an east sports league of legends championship North American championship, the Tukhy derby Nassar's. Was it a Cassini a crash into Saturn? And what was the last one in a fashion show Chanel fashion show? You get a lot of insight into event production, which gave me a little PTSD. It was the years. There's some things that left we desire. I think they're very different episodes and NASA one I thought was unfortunately, the weakest it was because there wasn't that much. There's very intangible right at what they were doing. And so they had to make it more of a human interest story. And then I think of course, it went through the NASA PR ringer. So you couldn't communicate any drama, but there's a lot of drama in some of the the other up. But if you're interested in production, but like crunch time for people setting up big things, and what goes on behind the scenes like the Westminster dog show, which is the first one love that episode..

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"tari" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on Unchained

"But anyway, let's let's actually now talk about Tari. What what is Tari Tari is a decentralized about not is Tari will be a decentralized Essex protocol when it is completed. We hope it will be anyway, if it ends up being something else, if it ends up being a giraffe than we obviously have done a very good job of building it. But the rains from him decentralized s particle. Yes, you're Tari the giraffe then we've done. Well, we've learned a lot about your nigga genera, among the way. Yes. So I guess the base way to think Tari is as like it's kind of contemplating. So in some ways review, it is like the spiritual Sista to contemplate so may. People. Yeah. We don't know. Yeah. Sure. So Cada potties bolts on top of bitcoin and enables the creation the transfer and the modification of assets. So digital assets are things like in game assets. You're gonna have a game that crypto Getty's where you have like dental collectibles in a game, obviously digital collectibles on their own can be an asset class. So maybe somebody creates a set of trading cards, and now you can represent them in a in on this decentralize. The permission spectacle similarly things like loyalty points. Tickets in game. Currencies security tokens is yo- tokens utility tokens DRAM tokens these things that on our. Natively digital assets, a digital asset is not when somebody has a physical thing, and they try represented on on some sort of chain. So a DC digital asset is not something like, oh, I'm gonna take your piece of property and cut it up into thousand pieces, and represent that unchain, and then everyone can own a piece of property because no useful in the property. Everyone owns a piece of an entity that owns the property may be. But utilizing the property the saying goes will people who are going on. We're gonna decentralize gold ownership by representing the ownership of gold BAAs on chain. No, the person who physically has the gold BAAs in a safe. They're the ones who are in the gold BAAs everyone else. Suckers Yukata token that they think represent that. So that's just that's just it's important to clarify because people often. Of assets like property isn't asset or you know, this liquid assets in this movable in movable assets. In the goalies, ideas of what an Esa this. But when we talk about digital assets, we mean things that on native digital or things that can be represented in the NATO digital way without the need for a physical component. Alway the physical component is media representation of the digital thing. Not the other way route. So the that's that's what Tari is will be or could be. So there there are other protocols that are doing something similar crypto KENNY'S casts has an obvious example where you have these native lead digital assets. So how how does Tari differentiate itself from some the other ones in you know, in the ICU craze. There were I know a few ice. He was that were tackling things like ticket sales. So how are you guys to front? Sure. So Tari is very different. Is that Tari is a is is in this case a like a base layer protocol. So it's not just slapping something top of area. And hoping that if there was gonna solve all this ability issues. It's not. You know, a doing anything like very narrowly focused technology waiver Ernie focused on loyalty points. And this is loyalty chain, whatever this is a general purpose decentralized acids vertical. And so that means it can be used for all of these different types of native digital assets. And it is designed to be fostered, and it's designed to be scalable, and it's designed Radi speak to the needs of the digital asset issue because way, a cryptocurrency is not issued by single shouldn't be issued by single centralized party. A digital acid is moment issued by a single centralized body..

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"tari" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One zero seven one everything entertainment. So what are you transplant? The beating of this. Tari? Julia. I'm very very very worried about this. Okay. David Beckham was on the Sunday project, and whatever that is. It's a British TV show. And he was asked about being married to his wife, Victoria Beckham for nineteen years. Okay. He said to have been married for the moment of time that we have. It's always hard works hard work. It becomes a little bit more complicated. And I say complicated. Like allegedly getting nearer daughter's teacher knocked up stop. You know, that's a rumor about him recent. Well, yeah. Yeah. He just said will be married to married for the amount of time that we have it's always heard work. It becomes a little bit more complicated. What is the more complicated? Yeah. That is that is your daughter's teacher allegedly knocked up and having girlfriends in my AMI. You haven't signed sauce in yet. David Beckham knocking up the teacher. Yeah. And then guess what happens what he knocks up. Well, guess what happens guess who checks herself into a real miss retreat? His wife specializes in emotional balance in Germany today. Victoria back. I'm dead. She took tensor shirt, she dad. Oh, that's what they this place. Does they specialize in? I wanna go their wellness. It's a. Fun. Yeah. And she's there without the kids. Sounds good. A weight loss wellness thing is she doesn't start at twenty thousand dollars a week and in two days after I've been married twenty years. Okay. The hardest years of our marriage were whereas result of his motorcycle. Okay. But I would not say, I don't it's not hard with Casey. I will add one caveat say have kids I get that. We had. Later, but still. No. But I mean, Ben Affleck said that we work if if it's that if it's hard work to stay married, if it's hard work every day if to work hard on your relationship every day, something keyboard faith, fall to what is so hard about it. I this always makes me nervous. And then she does the check in. And now, I'm just thinking all those tabloids were right? Donny. We'll see what's the.

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"tari" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on Venture Stories

"And this is one of the things that I think you can come up with a lot of scenarios for how you think the system should evolve. But in the end governments in regulatory bodies associated with those governments will end up defining the pieces that are somewhat centralized and in what's allowed to be not centralized. And I think it's very clear that anything to do with, you know, anti-terrorist money laundering laws, KYC amount and or the things related attacks, you know, tax visibility, those are always going to need to be. I wouldn't say necessarily centralized functions, but. Functions where the information is available to centralized agencies. And I think there's there's a lot of speculation about what is the role of something like a Federal Reserve in a monitoring system should should there be, or should there be a group of people that has influence on things like interest rates and reserve requirements to expand and contract the money supply in in effect the u. the Lhasa money with interest rates or not to help smooth or or aunts growth when needed in an economy? You know, it's in that that kind of stuff. It's so subjective and probably it's going to different from country to country depending on where they sit in sort of more of the world's economies. So I, I think the answer to your question is going to depend on the witch untreated, and where are the in, you know, in their evolution in to take the. Fiber centralized approach. Another direction like when people are, I'm of the opinion that when people are building these base layer protocols that hopefully have a lot of second layers solutions and products that the there should sort of be kept as as decentralized as possible and not have any sort of like people taking like a certain cut of the protocol or just like getting rewards or whatever. But once you're on that second layer, that's when you can start to sort of experiment would with innovative funding mechanisms like innovating product designs. That's when those solutions can become more more centralized. Like a great example of this is Tari Tari is a second layer side chain based on top of Minera it built on top narrowing. It uses the Minerva is like the base trim. So as long as the end user has optionality between the base chain as in the second layer solution than it's okay, if some of the higher level things are a little. More centralized in a little more focused on like one thing, but the the, the, the building ground in like the base of the ecosystem should be kept as rent free as possible. And now model, I think, made that model does make sense, and the proxy for that already exists in the in the networking world. So you know, TCP IP as a protocol doesn't really make money per se, but people that have built applications on top of it, the naked useful, they can get paid for the value they create, and it allows fragmentation in very heavy centralization at the end point of things built on top of it. And so I think there's there's no reason to think that that model wouldn't work in the protocol world end applications layers on top of cryptocurrencies either or you don't cure near the debate, whether how much of the history of money worth history of technology is helpful to understand how how differences will will evolve over time that you're both. Student in money ended student of injury? Yes. Can you talk about where us the like us learning the most from terms of how to make how to make prediction? Yeah, we'll see. I guess I'll start my viewpoint first and then because I again, this is another area where there's a lot of like anything like it is gonna be speculative by. I'll start from kind of a micro standpoint in that. When I, I was exposed the concept of an ice yo. It was baffled I, I was trained for so many decades as it essentially capital investor that when I wrote a check, I received a piece of ownership of something that had rights and you know, you buy shares of stock with Republic stocks, private stocks, but you had, you know a kind of a influence with the other shareholders on what would happen. All's model seem to have evolved well in states over the last decade several decades at in the tech world in particular..

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"tari" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on TechFan

"It's always just like so much fun to explore. Their open world is just filled with stuff. I mean, there's a lot of open world games out there now and it's just like they're just empty. There's not much to do right, like Zelda. Like there's something around Ed. You were like a real world? Yeah. Designers of the game was obsessed with climbing trees. Never know what you're gonna find tree. Well. I got back into gaming. I starting gaming when gaming was invented with Tari twenty six hundred. I got back into gaming in two thousand and two with grand theft, auto vice city. I do believe if I'm not mistaken, I took us just you and I went to toys r. us. I bought a PS two and grand theft auto after watching the commercial for I went that weekend was back then every weekend you'd come to my and when out there and bought it and it was game changing. I remember just driving around in grand theft, auto. It's a soap. I wasn't running over the hookers like everyone likes make. Over everything. Also because I'm so well, that game me in because it had a lot of eighties, nostalgia took place in eighty. So I knew all the music and the commercial self had a flock. Siegel song going on make I'm in. So I went on block the system in a game. I think I spent three hundred fifty three hundred seventy five dollars for all, and I got home, and I started playing I way too late that night had to work the next morning, but I didn't care. I'm just driving a car as the sun's going down in this game. And I was like, this isn't just a game. This is our. This is something for. I think that a are NPR needs a game that has that moment that transcends the gaming experience up to that point it it opens people's eyes and minds and goes, this is the future of yoga. I don't think it's had no. From what I've seen. A lot of VR is like no fighting zombies or it's the same. Well, they're just taking what works currently. Yeah, but here's the my problem with modern gaming that's going on right now. They haven't evolved in beyond what it was once the PS one came out. It's a third person or first person shooter. It's. The same type of games or it's a platform or it's there's good games in those categories. Don't you out, but we haven't had a transformative gaming experience since then. It's been the same. It's word iterating on what's come before. Look, realistic looks okay. But I mean, it's still at the end of the day, I'm using this control run around and shooting zombies or running over Hooker. Right? I think a are, has the chance of. And we can't figure out what it is right now because we don't know what it is has been invented, but I think a. r. v. are one of those two. I like the concept of a are better because VR completely you're in a whole different world. You're sitting there. You're not interacting like if you're watching Michael play VR game, you're just watching him. You can't even right. You can see it on TV, but it's going to be different. So what do you think Brooke do you think a r. has a better chance of doing something? Because let's be honest, you're you're the next generation that's going to be. Do you think a are VR. The are you think that has more of a transformative opportunities in? Does. I need more more people know what VR is. I mean, you hear it all the time at school people talking about it, how they have the new headset. I mean, that's true. But I mean if they advertise more right a. r. could be something I think you're gonna be bigger just because it is more immersive and because you're you're really so in. I think experience alone is going to take people's breath away. Like you were saying when it gets that level word, it is our, I think that will happen for sure. So you augury the probably VR. Yep. Yep. I kinda think so too, but I would rather be a are because then it's more share Claburn of experience..

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"tari" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"It real of yawns baker real no i know is this al i'm attending that wedding and skinny and you're going to be very surprised i really love this kid says i'm spending a lot of money honest you really love italy yeah really it's really i told you it was over the bridge in philadelphia you send a check if i got married where i grew up in doylestown can't make the truth really as a church and this right now is a two time superbowl champion wide receiver torrey smith high tari was going i don hey congratulations you can kind of use it as winning super bowl xantia everyday thing you know exciting exciting i'm still loss of words a big event coming up on saint patrick's day march seventeenth you got a charity basketball game in baltimore tells what's going on yeah so get a bunch of my friends former teammates baltimore around the league i've been this is my thirteen year so just get some of the guys i work with even the all different chains get together play ball for a great cause it's the biggest fundraiser for my foundation really you know it's a very family friendly event i was always thousands of people that show up every year and i was awesome i look forward to it every year when people that can't make it without a lot of people cannot because it.

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"tari" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Thurs you can see here is not anything really haven't seen before right here you got you got a bunch of famous basketball players right here tari irving shaquille o'neal chris webber reggie miller nehru all doing all negro okaz play and and they are you got a little what's his name little a little real little rather however right there he's a guy who he's they tried to make you feel sorry for him it wasn't enough that he was just a loser in life he was a loser in orphan i never had any family you never had family family in the only so you were your mom was a it was a virgin birth now even know mother hatched into the world attest to baby and then there's a little little white orphan ruined his basketball career you've got started all in chance like redeeming himself now is winning streak ball tournament but nobody wants to play with him ever since he got he got a his other star players taken from him by his rival it's funny to offers grew up scale yes still still messing nick kroll is the other orphan of course and so his only hope now is this jerry geriatric jerry got actress geriatric sit arches hide from when there's the secret legend of uncle drew of uncle jewish uncle drew even when he was young i don't know but he was the greatest basketball player who just quit the game and now he just kind of roams around shows up and on street courts schools the young kids going about his business and little rail says hugh you oh man you can help me build a team yes i'm gonna win the rucker and get my get my mojo back and get paid get girl back girl everything's gonna work out for me yes does it oh we don't want yeah let's see oh this movie unpredictable i can't say which is funny because i was like this uncle drew can play why did he stop you know he can play like this at seventy five yeah why was he plays street ball why was he not playing for like god or something you know sporting they need to tell you but manetti enough to ruin a career like uncle drew the way drew can play because that's one of the things with the movie you have to ask yourself as like wow man you really wanted to make underdog story to make him like fifty sixty years old eighty that is a funny thing worked them being fifty because at that point the athletes gotta they gotta give it up got to retire and they even interview a bunch of older athletes who are eighty who you can tell it to still do it yeah but no i figured they thought this'll be funnier and the tradition of dirty dirty grandpa or or bad grandpa what's the johnny knoxville background are in the tradition of every black person wanting to dress up in costume of fat suit or something sure you know 'cause it's almost like if you stay in the game long enough you're going to be some kind of crazy black make oh yeah yeah martin think that's next for us for the fifth anniversary party we old fats coming up their belly bus thanks we'll let you in on a girl the trick behind that is that you you look old and fat but then you do something only a young man can do that's it but but we're actually also it wouldn't be that far we just fed the little tell you man right off the bat a lot of reasons to just hate this movie man on a series of commercials movies already got me mad you know the thing is first of all i told the people this chicago i feel a little a little re ripped up y'all know director one particular movie out there and i looked at this and i said uncle drouet nothing but space jam shirt place the cartoon candle old negro fake oh new mud babies i looked at that this is kind of.

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"tari" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Yeah why why are we not allowed to kiss an uber well this uber driver mr elbow tari had his license revoked he's an overdrive ronnie kick dis lesbians out for kissing but not as driver's license so view in the rear view mirror it was more of this incident don't don't touch her don't they i know we're taking a video you're going to get fired i'm gonna get you fired now she before we we can't call the i want to know we'll report them to it's okay here's alex we're not sure how he pronounces i think it's i avineri avante iovino and we think it's emma pickle or mitchell or we like pickle around here so so the livery driver as had his tlc licensed actually limousine commission revoked by by tlc they've taken away his dry.

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"tari" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Illegal kissing is on illegal no it's not him you don't have to do this why why are we not allowed to kiss an uber well this uber driver mr elbow tari had his license revoked he's an overdrive any kick dis lesbians out for kissing but not his driver's license view in the rear view mirror was more of this incident don't touch her don't don't they i know we're taking a video you're going to get fired up i'm gonna get you fired actually before we we can't call the i want to know we'll report on to lesbians are years alex we're not sure how she pronounces it i think it's i avineri avante vine and we think it's emma pickle or mitchell or we like pickle around here so so the livery driver as had his tlc licensed taxi limousine commission revoked by by tlc they've taken away his dreicer.

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"tari" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the traffic leader case tari frank thank you your bay area weather forecast for the next six days here we go cloudy with gusty winds in coastal fog this morning lows in the fifties we will be partly cloudy and breezy this afternoon much cooler highs only in the sixties today clearing skies tomorrow morning we'll turn mostly sunny and warmer by friday afternoon with highs from the low sixty s to the mid eighties much warmer over the weekend with night and morning fog of the coast highs from the sixties to the upper eighties low nineties sunny and pleasant monday and tuesday but we will be cooler again sort of a yellow effect to over the next six days sixty s to the low eighties on monday and tuesday and around the bay right now it's fifty four degrees in several cities san jose redwood city livermore fremont all at fifty four it's fifty five in oakland concord fifty five degrees fifty two and napa fifty one in san rafael and santa rosa and fifty two degrees on the embarked arrow in san francisco traffic and weather together on the eighth sankei cbs from syria to kashmir the guns of working their deadly dance around the world join me jason brooks on the crisis next door as we take a deep look at global conflicts we could see the situation in the occupied territories deteriorate like it's never happened before subscribe to the crisis next door on radio dot com or your favorite podcast app kcbs news time to twenty one.

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"tari" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on TechStuff

"Files out to my super producer tari so that's the reason for that but let's talk all about net sweet what is this company was it do where did it come from well it's a company that makes products for other companies products and services so it's a business to business enterprise most of us would likely have no real experience with net sweet unless we work in some company that is relying on net sweets products otherwise we don't really have contact with it it's one of those companies that works behind the scenes and these business to business companies often when you start digging into it on the surface level they seem really complicated and sometimes it seems like there's nothing there in relation to what we do in our normal lives but then when you really look in you realize wait a minute these are the companies that do work that allow the other companies that i am familiar with the ones that i do interface with directly to do their work so you can think of net sweet as one of the companies that creates those products that allow other companies like retail companies service companies to do what they do and that's why you have the experience you do working with those companies at least on a on a grand level before you get really granular so net sweets story begins with its founder evan goldberg goldberg was adopted at birth he grew up in let's lexington massachusetts as a young boy he became interested in math and by fifth grade he was already into programming and he really took to it so much so that that became his main focus he attended phillips academy and over and later he attended harvard he had scholarships with both he graduated from harvard with a degree in applied mathematics very smart guy and a lot of people describe him as being extremely talented when it comes to applied mathematics and coding in fact.

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"tari" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"tari" Discussed on How I Built This

"Wow unit was that popular massive i mean lines out the door on a monday we are customers little kids who who who's coming everybody but then we sold the company and warner didn't want to be in the restaurant rages such to clarify you you sold atari to warner and i guess check each was kind of hard that deal right because you created while you're there so for you to keep trekkie cheese you have to buy it back from them yeah and what did you have to pay for it half a million dollars five hundred thousand bucks to buy cheque's and that was all the technology and the one open store the one store was cash for half million dollars a year and they let me pay it one hundred thousand a year for five years and that was maybe the deal of lifetime so i had this business that was positive cash flow day one well i was still chairman of atari and i i had a team of people that had been working on it i brought them on my pet payroll and we immediately expanded to the second store this one was twenty five thousand or feet and i was having more fun the chucky cheese than i was having tari tari was getting political so when we decided to part ways i decided i could focus all my time on on chucky cheese and i was kind of happy about it yeah it must've been pretty liberating to work on this thing of you know you you were like super excited about you know sometimes i feel that inadvertance shines on me because i hadn't even thought about franchising guy came in and said i wanna franchises and i said okay.

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"tari" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tari" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"This defense was so young they were like babies wet behind the ears breaths metal like similac prefer week eleven from the in week eleven foodie nfc championship games the falcons defense allowed mortar one points only once not count kids city who had 28 but that was eric varies pick six return for about one hundred two yards for a touchdown the pick six falcons a young a defense you got desmond trevatt returned from his injury you got knows tackled on tari poll he's added to the equation shorewood they did it green bay in annecy champ rashid gave you saw what they did to seattle even though rough the wet russell wilson was hurt most of the year i gotta tell you i look at atlanta and i'm trying to figure out why should it be the favorites to win it all they should be the super bowl champions now but quinn and a crew followed by continuously run into football i'm just saying anything's possible something entertainer consider militate at right now eight six six seven to nine espn at eight six six to nine three seven seven six back to the phones we go let's go to mike in denver you love stephen it was a big maybe i will you meant are you though learn talk to me were a little work or not i would go through third hole for over a girl yet tell you really down still praying format go ahead alerted abu lukewarm grohmann on olivo the volvo order no man we gotta stop you know by senator nervous you do wrangler to do you know where to learn clergy do that or click reporter for their you know remember 'cause you read or you're good at on where you get to do what you wanna do and that's what the people who follow him believe just because if got three so you know crammed beau higgins what we wanted to elect their and cakes you can't do that and those were not the beijing yes.

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"tari" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"tari" Discussed on Double Toasted

"He just could not get comfortable through the whole movie tap my foot tari all all the time i just wanted tournament final position and stick with it should have done should gone robaina men choked air boat sleepness chip man's tire during the second since nah i what are you four years old and has become a more and more of a of a challenge people want to challenge them you ask them to be polite and i'm that i'm serious it was a dead head is kids is kills kick in my seat and i'll be dead name of this do turnaround crosses league and start tapping much here oh this is no bullshit either a medics edge rain at our told him a couple times clubs nice about as it is son has taken much chair could you may be the helped him put his feedback a receipt him somewhere also something and god i i'm reluctant and then the second time you just ignore me and i don't know if he was actually doing this delight trimbe me are if he was doing this because he just didn't know or he just he just want to be a dick but he started and he put his foot up after his told his kid could kick a messy he put his foot up in a foot just he was he crosses laying an effort which is tapping tapping much here and i told him acid now you're hidden mercy could you please stop i know you feel there and he didn't stop stop healings this is how far people are gonna theater and i'm not try look i want to start a fight i wasn't challenging anybody it got to the point where i grabbed his foot ask we is that ankle oh it'll kill leg us lemeshev back on the floor and as they do it again all i'm not who are now on not ally which which which movie was this for it was bought two months ago already remember the movie are well they fuck what movie was it because i conical was a movie that i was really into and i wanted to see what movie was i really i don't remember man i don't remember right right but yeah i grabbed i'd never do that people can i never try to cross allow way but if you're not gonna stop why was the purpose of this doom.

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