35 Burst results for "Ten More Years"
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
War Correspondent Chuck Holton Tells Us About His Career Path
"For those who haven't met you before a senior war correspondent footage and coverage of late. Tell us a little bit about your career path, how you got to be. What did you say before we came on air? How many you just got back from a trip? How many nations in Asia did you visit in how many days? Half a dozen Asian nations in 14 days. I usually travel to about 25 countries a year. And I've been doing that for two decades. I started out in the special operations community in the U.S. Army, where it was in the army for 8 years, flew helicopters the last four of those. And then once I got out of college, I became a stockbroker for about ten years. And made a lot of money, honestly, but had this epiphany when I realized that all of my clients who were all multi millionaires told me at some point in our relationship, you know, I just wish I spent more time with my kids. And I realized that I was headed down that same path. And so I started looking for a way to restructure my life where I could have more impact on my children and have more time with them. So that's how I became a writer. And that, you know, that had its own challenges, but not the least of which it was a lot less money. But it led to me getting called because I was writing about military topics right at the beginning of the war. Getting called from certain agencies, news agencies to become kind of a talking head. And then got asked to go to the war zone and cover the war. And that's how I got to be a work correspondent.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
If You Say George Soros Funded Liberal D.A.s, You're Anti-Semitic
"And so to those who say we should rise above, we should not fight fire with fire. We should not present ways to prosecute Democrats for their misdeeds or crimes. I'm sorry. I have to, I have two words to that. Screw that, screw that, I think I'm representing the feelings of millions of Americans today when I talk about my anger, my sadness, for this country, and what we're being put through by lunatic, Soros, initiated district attorneys like Alvin Bragg, and by the way, the left has already figured out a way to counter the narrative, the realistic narrative, the truthful narrative that a radical billionaire named George Soros has funded the careers and the campaigns and the ten years of a lot of radical active as district attorneys and state attorneys like Alvin Bragg, there, you know what they're counter now is. If you point out accurately that the Alvin brags of the world are Soros installed, you're an anti semite. That's their latest counter. I mean, you can't make this crap up. They're so pathetic. They are such a bunch of clowns, and they're such a bunch of weak, stupid people, and all they got in this upside down world is your anti semitic if you point out that Soros funded the careers of people like Alvin Bragg, because I guess Soros is Jewish. So you must not like Jews.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Dr. G and Mr. Reagan Discuss the Original "Ghostbusters" Film
"Is kind of a sui generis movie. It's its own category, isn't it? I mean, it's comedy, but it's Supernatural. It doesn't fit into any other category, right? No, up until I would say probably about maybe ten years ago or something like that. I never even considered it a comedy. Somebody mentioned that it was a comedy sort of like Back to the Future. People mentioned that these movies are comedies from time to time and you don't really think too much about it. But when I was a little boy, possibly because I didn't understand the jokes. Because, you know, a lot of kids love this movie. But we didn't love it 'cause it was funny. We loved it because it was this epic adventure. And I look at this. Look at this. Look at this scene. Special effect here of the eggs cooking was actually the eggs cooking. They actually turned that island into a hot plate. I mean, this is, this is old school, but isn't it perfect? Oh, brilliant, brightly done. And actually, when I was a kid, that alone freaked me out. 'cause if you're like a 5 6 year old kid and you're seeing that happen, you're like, what the hell is going on with those eggs? And her expression is perfect. I gotta say, so Gordon weaver's performance in this film. She's not really my type. I wouldn't say she's my type. If you want to see my type, watch the music video of the song Ghostbusters. That chick is hot. But it's according to weaver isn't really my kind of girl. But her performance is so good she sells it. She sells it as being sexy. She sells it as being vulnerable. She sells it as being concerned as being intellectual. And Bill Murray at the beginning. Her and Bill Murray, I just said, are you like some game show host? You're not a scientist. Great line as well. And when you're an adult, you get those lines. If you're older, you watch it again. She's like, you don't see much like a scientist. And he's like, yeah, scientists are pretty stiff, I guess. She goes, you're more like a game show host. And he's,
Why We'll Remember This Banking Crisis As a Turning Point for Bitcoin
"Going to kick this off with another piece from Michael Casey from coin desk called this crisis will define the future of money. I think the title of the piece is pretty self explanatory, so let's dive in. Michael Wright's ten years ago, a strange new digital currency called Bitcoin caught my attention for the first time as its price surged during the Cyprus banking crisis. Local authorities had infuriated Cypriots by slapping a 10% tax on withdrawals, unwittingly encouraging some to warm to the idea of bankless digital money. I'm not alone in seeing parallels between the past week's events. Again, Bitcoin's prices rallied on speculation that stress among U.S. and European banks will open people's eyes to the leading cryptocurrency censorship resistant, intermediary free qualities. But if this is Bitcoin's cypress moment, the context is very different from 2013, with crypto now embedded in public consciousness, negatively mostly, the industry faces its biggest ever test, one that involves an intensified struggle with the financial establishment. The community now has a narrow opportunity to seize the day and define the future of money. Echoes of 2008, 2009. Recall that the Bitcoin blockchain was born out of the chaos of the 2008 2009 financial crisis, with Satoshi Nakamoto's immortal timestamp on January 3rd, 2009, inscribing a headline from that day's London times. Chancellor on the brink of second bailout for banks. That crisis highlighted how our dependence on banks to run the plumbing of our money and payments leaves the entire economy vulnerable to mismatches and banks investments in liabilities, which can undermine their ability to honor deposits, and it showed how the largest banks whose interwoven credit exposure create systemic risk exploited their too big to fail status. The idea that governments would always bail them out to protect the economy, to place asymmetric high return risky bets. It showed how Wall Street and other financial centers in effect hold our democracy's hostage. Now with the collapse of three high profile banks, hundreds of regional banks facing worrying outflows, the U.S. Federal Reserve creating a new backstop facility reportedly worth $2 trillion, and Switzerland's Central Bank bailing out credit suites to the tune of $54 billion, the echoes of that prior crisis are loud.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Sacramento Bee Falsely Accuses Charlie of Trans Lynching Comments
"The things we do at turning point USA and we believe firmly in our core is that we should go to we should intentionally go to places where we are in the philosophical, religious and ideological minority, that we need to go to places where we are not always going to get the warmest welcome. And in fact, I think one of the reasons that we have lost our country is that far too often conservatives are afraid to go into the left wing bastions and speak the truth. And so we had this campus event schedule that University of California Davis for quite some time and what happened last night was something I've never experienced in my now ten years of doing this. I have given over a 120 speeches on campus. I've given over thousands and thousands of lectures and as many of you know, radio and podcast thing. I've never seen what has happened and what is unfolded because it wasn't just the students or the antifa terrorists. What unfolded in the last 24 hours is so telling about how the elites and how leaders are involving themselves in the incitement of violence against conservatives. And I'll prove this to you and I'll show it to you. It's disturbing in more ways than one. So yesterday morning we were hosting our radio program and they were already talking a big game at University of California Davis. And the Sacramento bee, which is the local newspaper in the Sacramento area published a newspaper article, calling me a fascist speaker, and that's not true, but I can roll my eyes and say whatever. But the byline of the article took my breath away. It said, Charlie Kirk is coming to University of California Davis, who has openly called for the lynching of trans people. I have not only have I never said that. I haven't even remotely ever gotten close. It is a fabricated total completely fake lot. But the Sacramento bee ran with it. And so immediately we mentioned it on our program, we emailed ahead of the Sacramento bee. We said, hey, this is an Internet rumor of somebody that's a trans activist that came after Charlie because he didn't like his strong opinion when he said, quote, in the 1950s and 1960s, men would not have allowed men to compete against women in women's sports or go into women's locker rooms, they would have dealt with it. That was the exact quote
Rep. Tiffany Asks ATF Official Why Hunter Biden Hasn't Been Prosecuted
"Between rob Wilcox and ATF official And representative Tom Tiffany the Republican From Wisconsin And I want you to listen to this because this kind of says it all Cut 9 go If a person lies on form 44 73 and a user and is a user of unlawful drugs you can get between 5 to ten years for that Is that correct Is that my understanding No I believe Congress changed the sentence last Congress What is that sentence now Up to 15 Up to 15 years Why hasn't Hunter Biden been prosecuted for the crime that he committed I'm not aware of the facts of that case and can't comment on it Okay who do we talk to to see why this case is not being prosecuted I mean he said very clearly in his book that he used drugs He had gun Aegon at least a gun Point of order mister chairman Totally irrelevant and not germane to this proceeding He's got his he's got his 5 minutes Go ahead continue Okay I understand why you do not want mister Wilcox to answer that question It's very clear why you don't want Because there's a dual system of justice in America That's what's going on right now And everybody's talking about it across America There's two standards of justice that are that are going on In amazes me that this Democrat interrupts like this Point of water
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Treasury Secretary Yellen Testifies on Proposed Biden Budget
"This is the exchange, Janet Yellen had on the hill yesterday. It's a good idea why it doesn't make a lot of sense. She's talking with senator John Kennedy of Louisiana before the banking committee cut number 16. The president's budget would increase our debt by $18 trillion. Which is $3 trillion less than it would increase without the proposals in the president's budget. So what the president is saying is these are my words not his. Because of his budget, we're going to have three heart attacks and a stroke instead of four heart attacks in a stroke. Well, I would not grieve that we're going to have three heart attacks in the stroke because we have a very large economy and while the numbers that you cite are very big numbers, the size of our economy is also extremely large. And I think a better metric for assessing what the impact of the budget is on our economy and whether or not it's manageable is real net interest on the real net interest payments that we have to make relative to the size of our economy. And those real net interest payments run throughout the ten years of the budget at around or under 1% of GDP, which is historically normal. So that is increasing the size of the economy is increasing interest rates are moving back toward more normal levels after a period of many years in which their exceptionally low, and yet overall what you see in this budget is real net interest on the debt stabilizing at about 1% of GDP, which is a manageable and historically normal number. So
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Why America's Navy Is No Longer Best in the Sea
"Back in America, as I said the most important thing. Not just to the Hugh Hewitt show audience, but to the world is that the communist Chinese party had Xi Jinping. The strong man, the totalitarian ruler of all of China, head of the Chinese Communist Party has been in Moscow for two days, meeting whether he calls his junior partner Putin, it reminds you of Hitler and Mussolini, if you know your history in 39 getting together, that's why I asked doctor Hendricks to come on today, Jerry Hendricks will be on an hour three to discuss his brand new essay in the Atlantic, which is really caught the attention of Washington D.C.. Because the Atlantic is the last magazine that many people read in America in hardcover copy form. And the title of the article is the age of American naval dominance is over. The subheading is the United States has seated the oceans to its enemies. We can no longer take freedom of the seas for granted. And this is sort of something I talk about a lot for the last, I don't know, ten years. When Donald Trump was running and promising a 355 ship navy, that didn't come about the biggest failure of the Trump years was the failure to get the shipyards expanded up and running, getting a navy plan. And the key facts that I'll be talking about with doctor hendrickson an hour three is that the United States had 6700 chips at sea at the end of World War II. By the end of Eisenhower administration, we were down to a thousand, which is consistent with the Cold War, and then it fell and fell and fell until regular arrived and rebuilt the navy to 590 ships that had the deterrent effect on the Soviet Union. It fell apart. And then in our wisdom, we thought the end of history had arrived and we are now at 271 ships afloat. And doctor Hendricks says, the complications of that, the implications of that are so profound that people don't even see the obvious in front of them. So I'm
Investing Into ESG Is a Reason Why Silicon Valley Bank Failed
"So this Silicon Valley bank goes under And one of the reasons it goes under is because its practicing ESG Environment Diversity and governance without the G in other words this radical left agenda that financial institutions are imposing on excuse me other businesses To force them to advance this radical Marxist agenda Putting money into windmills and battery operated socks and propeller caps and all the rest It's a bad bet Because it ain't working Wait till 5 or ten years from now when people really are freezing to death So Congress Congress voted and they passed a law that said that these institutions have the focus on profitability They have the focus on return for investment for people that have pension seniors and others who are invested in mutual funds and certificates deposit You know just basic investment instruments Because the Trump administration was telling all these companies all these banks all these financial institutions that they could in fact use the SG and the Securities and Exchange Commission is indeed requiring it It's climate change And critical race theory That's what it's basically been equity
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Lt. Gov. Of MN Wants Us to Believe Everything Children Tell Us
"Okay, so listen to the Minnesota lieutenant governor, Peggy flanagan. Talking about children, children. Who say they are members of the opposites that they are really the opposite sex. Your ten year old girl says to you might even be younger. And obviously might be older, says, mom, dad, I am a boy. What should you do? Here is the advice of another destructive woman in our society, the lieutenant governor of Minnesota. Can we get the lieutenant governor? Because let's be clear, this is life affirming and life saving healthcare. Right, so hold on there. Hold on, hold on, please. This is the lieutenant governor of Minnesota saying it is life affirming and lifesaving healthcare. To give hormone blockers to remember pre pubescents because once you're in puberty, it's a much tougher to do. So if you give a ten year old hormone blockers because she says she's a boy, it's life affirming. These are the sick women who dominate this field. A lot of men follow it too, but it is an overwhelmingly female proposition. And she is one of them.
AP News Radio
U.S. mortgage rates have moved lower in past week
"Mortgage rates in the U.S. have dropped after 5 straight weeks of increases. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac says the average on the benchmark 30 year rate has fallen to 6.6%. Down about an 8th of a point from last week. That's welcome news for home buyers as to housing markets spring buying season gets underway. Rates on 30 year mortgage is usually track the moves of the ten year treasury yield, which lenders use as a guide to pricing loans. Treasury yields have tumbled since the collapse of two midsize U.S. banks. With the ten year yield following two under three and a half percent Thursday. It was over 5% last week. Its highest level since 2007.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
San Francisco Reparations Plan Proposes $5M for Black Residents
"It looks like they're headed towards paying billions of dollars to black residents, making many of them multi millionaires over slavery. Last night, San Francisco's board of supervisors voted unanimously. To accept the plan from San Francisco's African American reparations advisory committee. That would pay out a one time 5 million dollar payment per qualifying person. Now, I've told you for years, there's no way this is going to happen. I can't believe this is even potentially a thing. It looks like it's potentially a thing. The reparations committee will submit its final proposal in June. Then the board of supervisors will meet on September 19th for the next reparations hearing. The advisory committee released the first draft report back in December, proposing the San Francisco make a lump sum payment of $5 million to black residents who were at least 18 and have identified as black or African American on public documents for at least ten years. Residents must also meet at least two of 8 other requirements. Among those requirements is that the resident is personally or the direct descendant of someone incarcerated by the failed war on drugs or is a descendant of someone enslaved through U.S. chattel slavery before 1865.
The Trish Regan Show
Carol Roth Joins for an In-Depth Discussion on the Economy
"Exactly happened with Silicon Valley bank was signature bank, some of the other big regionals, first republic, what is this fear factor? And is it contained by way of what the fed did? Yeah, the way I like to break it down particularly for Silicon Valley bank is that I feel like the fed was the arsonist that burnt the house down and then they wanted to stand by with a bucket of water and throw it in the house and go, oh look, we're helping. We're helping to put out the fire. So this all goes back to the fact that we have had easy money policy basically for the last 15 years. We got a little bit of a move towards raising interest rates and a theoretical pause on QE and then COVID came about and we had quote unquote emergency policy. Stimulated the economy printed trillions of dollars and there was all of this money intentionally sloshing around the economy. So in Silicon Valley that meant a lot of funding for startups and they went and because of different deals that are made out in Silicon Valley, a lot of them put their deposits with Silicon Valley bank. Which normally for a bank is a great thing to do, but after 15 years of easy money, they didn't have enough people to lend to. So they had more deposits coming in, but they couldn't put that minded work the way that a bank usually does, you know, through making loans. So they said, okay, well, we have to do something with this money. We want to try and get some yield. And here's where the really weird boneheaded management thing happened is they decided to put that into quote unquote safe securities, treasury mortgage backed securities. But lock them up not for 6 months or a year, even 5 years. They locked them up for ten years. I know. Which makes no sense because the head of silicon valley bank sits on or used to sit on the San Francisco fed. So the idea that the fed was never going to have to raise rates again. It was insane. But
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Dinesh Exposes the IRS As a Rip-Off Operation
"Recently, the GOP led House of Representatives repealed a congressional provision allocating almost $80 billion to the IRS to over ten years, hire a whole bunch of new agents and the House Republicans said, listen, you don't need the money. You're going to just use this money to badger harass and rip off the taxpayer. And I want to focus on a particular case that seems to show the IRS doing exactly that. I know about the case only because it wound its way up to the Supreme Court. And the Supreme Court basically weighed in and slapped down the IRS for imposing really a ridiculously excessive penalty on a guy for not reporting his foreign bank accounts. Now, here's what let's go into the story a little bit because the guy, his name is alexandru, bittner. He was born in communist Romania. He moved to the United States when he was a young guy. But then when the Soviet Union collapsed, he moved back to Romania from 1990 to 2011, so he lived in post Soviet in the post Soviet bloc for about 20 years. Now he was a really successful guy. He had a bunch of businesses, and he opened up a whole bunch of foreign bank accounts. Then later he moves back to the United States and he discovers that he is required as someone who has these foreign bank accounts simply the file a report. With the IRS noting that he has these bank accounts. He says I didn't even know I was supposed to do that, but he hired an attorney and the attorney said, I'll prepare the documents for you. And so he filed them. Now the IRS basically said that this guy did not file these timely reports. For 5 years, 2007 to 2011. Again, reports that you didn't know he needed to file. And so the IRS decides to fine him. Now, the correct amount to find him because apparently there were 5 years and he didn't file a report for 5 years, is $10,000 per year. So the amount that they could find. And remember, when you don't know there's a law, it doesn't excuse you from having to follow the law. You still have to do it. And so the IRS should have probably fine this guy $50,000, which was a small fraction of the total amount of money in those accounts. He could easily have paid it. But the IRS decided not to do that. They decided that for each account that he didn't file a report, it's a separate violation. And it needs to have a $10,000 fine attached not to each report, not each annual report, but to each particular account and because this guy had a whole bunch of accounts, it turns out that the IRS stuck him with a penalty, let me look for the actual number here. It was a penalty of $2.72 million.
What Bitcoin Did
Buying Bitcoin for the First Time With Dan Held
"When someone is thinking of buying Bitcoin for the first time, what are the kinds of things they should be thinking about? Bitcoin is like any other investment you might think about. You use basic investing principles of don't invest more than you could lose, invest out an amount that you find appropriate risk level wise, for example, if you're a pensioner or you're really old and you don't want to take a big risk with your money, you wouldn't want to put everything into Bitcoin. Similarly, when you're young, you might want to take a little bit more risk. You could ride the volatility as we all know Bitcoin has large fluctuations in price and bear markets in bull markets. So when approaching it, use basic investing skills of one, don't invest more than you can lose to you're definitely going to want to think about timing wise. So when you go invest, don't try to go time the market in terms of buying and selling on a daily basis, day trading, you're going to want to buy and hold, which means by the asset and holder for 5 to ten years. You're not going to beat the market in the short term. You might, but it's very risky. And the longer term you're going to want to buy and hold. And that's a strategy to employ.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Judgment Day for the American Economy With Edward Dowd
"Now is Ed dowd author of cause unknown, an author and founder of finance technologies portfolio manager at BlackRock for ten years managing $14 billion equity growth fund. I do want to talk to you today about the vaccine issue. I think it's really interesting. But I want to start with Silicon Valley bank and the bank run that almost happened didn't happen signature bank at how should we think about this? What are the big lessons and what do you think is the most obvious truth in media is missing? This was going to happen regardless. At the end of November of last year, N two money supply did year over year negative growth. Okay, so the last time that happened was 1930 and so this is the 5th time since 1868, that's occurred. And the other four times it happened is associated with financial panics. About a month and a half ago, I put out a tweet talking about we were seeing a setup in the capital markets, different asset classes lining up to agar poor things for financial assets. And SVB just happens to be the headline. And we're going to see what I think is rolling thunder rolling financial crises throughout the next year or two. I think it's going to be a controlled implosion on the way down because the fed and the government are going to come in and do this whack a mole thing. And every time something weird, it's like we had, they're going to respond, the markets will think everything's okay. But I think this is the beginning of the end of the global financial system, as we know, and something new is coming in the next two to three years. I suspect
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Language of Evangelicalism
"John, I think you'll probably know. I'm an evangelical Roman Catholic Presbyterian. That means I go to mass on Saturday night and I go to my Presbyterian Church on Sunday, one river two banks, but I speak evangelical very well. Rick Warren and Greg Laurie are friends, Al Muller is a weekly conversationalist with me. I know, you know, John piper I read desiring God years ago. I know most of the stuff you talk about. I've got to tell you at the beginning. I have never heard of CJ Mahoney or Lou engel until I read your book. Never heard and I've been covering religion since 1992. So first question, do you think your perspective in testimony might be jaded by that particular covenant life church experience and these particular pastures? Well, I guess, can I ask you what you mean by jaded, just that my experience might not reflect a more mainstream experience? Is that what you're kind of? Yeah, I think mainstream evangelicalism is not anti intellectual at all. But then again, I've had doctor Mark Roberts as a pastor for 25 years. He got his undergrad and PhD from Harvard. Doctor Larry is my current pastor in oldtown is a phenomenal scholar and preacher and archbishop who is listening right now in the author of three books is an intellectual giant in the Catholic world and I've written three books on evangelicalism and this, I just think testimony is a 100% accurate about 1% of the church. How's that sound? Yeah, I think my dad raised a similar objection. When I talked to him about the book, he does not feel like a lot of evangelical culture is anti intellectual. And I think it's a totally fair question to raise. I do think that even if you haven't heard of CJ Mahaney or Lou angle, you know, I did some reporting recently. Let me deal with CJ first. CJ is not a figure on the same level as somebody like Al molar. But until about, you know, 7, 9, ten years ago, he was of a similar stature to Al mohler, if not as nationally known. So never quite got to that level, but was kind of on his way there was working with Mueller quite closely in a group of other ministers who were organizing a conference every year called. I think together for the gospel. Danny Louisville.
The Trish Regan Show
Biden Gives Green Light to $8 Billion Alaska Drilling Project
"This week, the Biden administration officially approved one of the largest ever drilling projects on federal land. They want to go up to Alaska and get 600 million barrels worth of crude. This would be an Alaska's north slope. I guess this means he didn't really mean what he said back when he said no new drilling projects. I remember that. Do you remember that? In fact, he was on stage with Bernie Sanders and they were debating and I quote, he said, no drilling on federal lands. Number one, no more subsidies for fossil fuel industry. No more drilling on federal lands. No more drilling, including offshore. No ability for the oil industry to continue to drill. Period ends. So much for that. He did an interview with The Daily Show trying to justify all this. Well, first of all, we're going to fashion anyone's ever gone. We're going to need fossil fuels for at least the next ten years. It's not like tomorrow. We can turn it all off. Okay. Number one. And so we're going to need fossil fuel. But we have to do is we have to I've said no more drilling off our ocean. I mean, a whole range, but it still has to be there has to be the ability to generate some energy. I mean, I don't even know what to say. Other than Joe Biden has grown up. Joe Biden has become an adult. I mean, it took him until he was 80, but he's now officially an adult. He recognizes the EIT and wave a magic wand and suddenly have a whole EV economy.
The Ben Shapiro Show
"ten more years" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"He thinks that he's going to run sort of the Tim Ryan Ohio campaign and that this is going to stand him in good stead. I don't think that his party is going to allow that to be the center of the media. They wouldn't just ask senator Ryan. When he said, when he said we need fossil fuels for ten more years, there was like dead silence from the Democrats. Right. So I think that I think he's going to have trouble scoring that circle. We can see he's trying to make that move. He understands that in order for his coalition to be durable, he does need to expand it and win back a certain base that the Democrats have lost. I don't think the rest of his party understands that is a real problem. On the point of wedges though, we're knocking him because it was a horrible speech. There is one really clever thing he did, though, and it was right at the top, which is he got those two lines in about Kevin McCarthy and about Mitch McConnell, and they were lines to say, I'm actually looking forward to working with you, Kevin. I hope I don't hurt your career here by saying that, but I think Kevin, I think you're great. And Mitch, you know, it's going to be great to work with you too, Mitch. And that's obviously a dig at maga, but it's really a dig at both those guys because he knows them in the eyes of maga. Of course. Yeah, and after the most contentious house battle in what a 150 years, I think it was. House leadership. It wasn't his idea, but it was smart. The part where he's going to fight inflation by giving everybody a $1000 back on an electric car and building $500,000. That makes sense. My Tesla. It won't, by the way, the Tesla is expensive. It's very hard, but it was expensive. It is true. It is peculiar that all of the Democrat social policy now is aimed at helping well off people. From we're going to pay for your college, no, we're going to pay for your electric car. No, we're going to pay for your housekeeper. No, we're going to pay for your submission. The stuff about the non compete clause, they're going to want to get rid of non compete clauses. It pretends that this is about helping fast food employees, which apparently maybe there are a few that are not going to be clauses, which I can't imagine, but I never had one when I was the vast majority of that is not tech sector. It's high income resort fees. No one worrying about how they're going to pay for eggs at home today. It's like, yeah, finally, resort for the century is a great point, is that he was talking about how very specific ways he was going to reduce very specific bills. I'm going to, I'm going to mandate that there are no more resort fees. I'm going to make sure there are no baggage fees. I'm going to make sure that you can get a refund on your airline ticket. And meanwhile, the elephant in the room is that inflation, which he says is quote unquote down, is currently running at 6.5%, which is three and a half, which is more than three times. 325%, what they're aiming at, right? Normally you're imminent at a 2% inflation rate. It's running at 6.5% and that's down. So he is avoiding that like the plague. And instead proclaiming that he's going to lower your costs in this way and that way and just hoping that you ignore the elephant in the room.
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"ten more years" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"The opportunity is ahead of us, right? As customers start to shift and make these choices, you're also seeing industry change and customers changed as we start to rethink this. Because that's what it's going to take. Is this going to take us rethinking the overall supply chain? You've been doing this a long time. 25 something years, right? 26 years. 20 6 years. How we doing? Not we you and me and not we HP, but we the American economy. I mean, you're a trained observer of this stuff. I think what we have to put in context is 20 years ago, people were barely talking about sustainability and people were barely talking about circular economy. I should tell you, getting ready for this anywhere was the interview was the first time I had ever heard the phrase circular economy. Well, maybe that's on me, but it's a nice problem, right? Yeah, and I think that's part of the problem, right? It does take solutions all the way from manufacturers like HP and us thinking and innovating circular all the way through to the consumer like you. And we've got to be able to close that loop. But what encourages me, you ask me how are we doing? You and I grew up in a world where we didn't recycle because it didn't really exist in the infrastructure didn't exist. If you look at my teenage kids now, they would be horrified to throw a plastic bottle in a trash can. They go around and pick up other people's plastic bottles and recycle them. It turns off the lights all the time when I'm sitting in the room. It gives me hope, Kai, because if I look at the next generation, they already get it. So that's the shift we've seen in the last ten years. Imagine where we're going to be in ten more years.
Based On a True Story
"ten more years" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"It was a period of understanding that he was beginning to be seen and understood and therefore sales might happen and Theo and his wife and child are only living 30 minute train ride away. He's no longer in an insane asylum. You life was difficult, but it was actually pretty good there at the end. And God knows all of us are the beneficiaries because we see these paintings like I could go through the list, but a lot of the most famous paintings were done there at the end. But one of the saddest things about him dying at this young age is that he was moving towards abstraction. There's a landscape at the National Gallery in Washington from this period. That's all green and white and yellow and just a swirling brush strokes. And you can see that it's a landscape, but it's moving in the direction of complete abstraction. And some of the drawings he did in or there because in addition to the 70 paintings he did a lot of drawings are stunningly abstract. So given that he only painted for ten years that almost all the paintings we know will were done in the last four years and that almost the major masterpieces were done in the last two years. Imagine if he painted two more years 5 more years or ten more years, what would the paintings have looked like? I think they would have been even more audacious than they were. And the quantity would have been overwhelming. If he could paint all those paintings that we know in two years, imagine what he would have been able to do in ten more years. So there's plenty of sadness in having his life cut short that way. It sounds like that increased productivity is also another clue that he didn't kill himself because like you were saying he never painted when he was in one of those states. And so exactly, he was not good point. One of the points we actually make and the biography is if he shot himself, it probably would like the urine incident, like cutting off his ear and probably wouldn't have happened in a psychotic episode. He was out painting. He had easily in his paints and he was doing he was working. He was not in this iconic episode. But there is a bit of text at the very end of the movie that ties into something we see earlier in the movie. It happens when Vincent asks doctor ray to return some items to Monsieur Juno. Along with a book of his drawings as a gift..
"ten more years" Discussed on Get Up!
"Back on a football. Friday addition of get up at age is just a number to forty four year old. Tom brady threw for three hundred. Seventy nine and four touchdowns week one against the cowboys. Yesterday he sat down with his long. Time buddy gronk who asked him just how long it can keep this thing rolling. This answer is fascinating. Can tom brady plato. Fifty like fifty years old fifty fifty or forty four six more years. I think i mean. I don't find it so difficult complex in the florida. It's kind of a retiree state. So i feel like i can play and then just glide into retirement. I think i can. Yes you know. There's a little spinner that question. I think it's will giselle at tom. Play till that's the real way better question. Why would they not google back. I mean we all know in the commercial he tells. Does that got ten more years. David pollack joins us here from the set of college game day and we won't get into the big college games and in just a moment but are see. Let me just ask you this like. Is there anything that you were seeing. That obviously suggests i mean the notion of playing till you're fifty sounds so ridiculous but is there anything you're seeing that suggests. He can't do it if he really wants to. Not just the fact that it's six more years. I think we just have to stop trying to figure out. Tom brady or figure out how he's able to do this. And i think the thing. That would give you a little bit of pause about whether or not tom brady could accomplish this feat that no one else has done it but also no one else has done with. He's what he's done throughout his career to this point and so i think it's truly time to start doubting him now. Here's what happens as you get older. The season wears on.
"ten more years" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Yeah. I mean you get these things where you realize. These people have been working since they were early. Twenties forty years of work under ever cool martin's wearing that shirt right now paisley. It is colored beautiful shirt and always in style. Timeless say this because given respect he wears it better the mar all right. They just giving him a martin. You can tell the eighties giant jacket. He's gotten shit right there. But yeah norman. Donald of cory bad photo. I feel bad about still alive court. Fifty years old man. That's me. I was like okay. I hung out. The night of his birthday show turned into his birthday. He get a drink. And that's what started this whole thing. And i didn't even realize he turned fifty. I gave a happy birthday. We together ahead of time. But i didn't even realize it was a big milestone one so i figured he's in the capsule thirty after thirty. That's when you stop agent for a while sixty okay. So he's got ten more years. Where you at forty two okay. You got plenty of four weeks ago. Shit all right. Well you're good. You're timeless time this. About seven years ago it was just grew fucking that might be the nineteen thirty six. And that's all yama shut the fuck about having kiss by. I'm sorry we're not the doesn't see one day your great yoga us. Look how fast we get up in the show and so as.
Cal's Week in Review
"ten more years" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review
"If you need a visual reference and you're a fan of the joe rogan experience that Where wolf joe keeps in a studio is a solid reference to what the japanese are using as bear deterrence not. Surprisingly the suspected primary reason for the uptick in bear aggression is not so techy. Acorns are on boom and bust cycles. currently it's bust in japan. This acorn bust is thought to be the one factor driving these bears into populated areas. Local groups have sprung up to carry store-bought acorns into the woods for bears to eat in my experience. Feeding bears tends to not keep them away from people. But i haven't been on any of these acorn spreading excursions around sapporo saw mine. My own beeswax. On this one. I was interested to read about the hunting group that eventually took down the bear because japan is one of the most difficult places in the world to get the legal clearance to hunt. You have to pass vision hearing and general fitness tests as well as a criminal background check and a mental competency exam from doctor. After you pass a hunting specific written test you get a hunting license. That's good for three years. But then you have to start an entirely separate application to possess a gun to hunt with more background checks written and in-person test then police interviews with your employer family and friends and neighbors once you pass all this you can own a shotgun but then you have to wait ten more years. That's right an entire decade before you can owner rifle all of this to say i would love to meet these sapporo hunters who shot and let's hope eight this bear. I'll bet that these folks are people with a serious pasha at least hump their way through all that paperwork but if you want to hunt japan don't count it out yet. Hunting red tape might be changing as deer and boar populations have exploded over the last decade with fewer and fewer people going after them. Local governments have been running the same kind of recruit retain reactivate campaigns that we have started here in the us and so in the other most japanese part of the story. More women and young people are starting to hunt japan in part due to the popularity of mainga series called senzoku diary and autobiographical story of a young urban guy who learns to hunt small game with an air rifle and cook it for himself and his friends..
The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"ten more years" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"You need to buy it a fifteen year mortgage that you can pay off quickly and then have a paid off and then be able to bank or that read payment from the other house endear next mortgage than even lower your ability to have to pay the mortgage and get a bigger house from right and so in a big part of me do these podcasts. Especially the ones that touch on military. Like when i went to boot camp they they come in boot camp in the out credit cards. But they don't teach you like. Hey you should buy like what if a year one of the like you could get like of. You'll notice your one. Like if you start out. And i know everybody had different circumstance. How they get there. They might have a little debt to begin with or something. There's some older but the average person that's like eighteen years old out of highschool goes military right within one year. They could be a homeowner they they have the wto. They're gonna get approved by home if if people actually taught them that. What if you took from these other programs like You know there's all kinds whether it's bigger pockets or dave ramsey or these other Financial things and what if they taught those lessons in the military and i did a ten year navy career in the navy. I should've left the navy with ten investment houses that i only ten more years on total and would be sat. Or if you stayed and you did a twenty year career. Imagine if you followed one of those programs that allows you to buy multiple income properties and then turn around and pay them off so by the time you're retired from the military you're also collecting on your investments. You know and i try to share that information with people. Like and i made the same mistakes got divorced. Had a dodge charger had all the fun stuff. And then it was like a crab got figure out you know and if it just wasn't taught to us and the part that i kick myself. Because i sat in okinawa for three years making coal making all the different extra money and the like just realizing i had three years and all i did was play. Xbox and i also really regret about that time. Is you have the largest safety net in the united states with any soldier demographic in the military you could be dead broke. You could lose your ass on any.
Mason & Ireland
"ten more years" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Slogan i know what he's i know what that hatched eggs in reference to somebody named cr. Em tweeted the day. Venice maces voice stops cracking live on air. We will all be blessed. We will be the day we stop using day. We stopped using hashtag less. Yeah this is my voice crack on the air. Why it's time to change. I'm just talking like this. how. I talk normal. This is the way i talked. My voice is my voice is my voice. Oh by the way speaking of people that are texting and tweeting or whatever own young mc texted me and said he will not tolerate gives in slander gina. Fan of debbie gibson. Yeah she's still touring with new kids on the block. She still touring war. Why toge. I aren't a hallmark movie. Two years ago. I have a friend who's like crazy. I go see new kids on the block. I loved him when i was younger. And she's like their opening act for the tour which was like sold out everywhere like you said with people. My age millennials. I guess Here's here's the thing. When i watch they always have a unique musical act right and it's always kind of a cutting edge music and sometimes i look at them and say count. I wonder where you're going to be doing in five years. 'cause you're probably not going to be doing this anymore. I looked at kind of machine. Gun kelly from cleveland from cleveland. He's dating megan fox now and he just won a bunch of billboard awards and i'm like his tongue is tattooed black and tattoos on like is. I'm not sure if machine. Kelly is going to be around in five or ten years. He's been famous for at least ten years may okay so is he still going to be famous and five more years and ten more years and what does that become completely. Reinvented himself because he started as like a rapper. Who is doing like in under around clubs and now. He's he's on a collaboration. With travis from blink. One eighty two completely different music. And he's like you said he just want a bunch of billboard awards. He's reinvented himself a couple of times. Yeah i just to a been thing. There are certain people. John who are out of the business who still scrounge around the pressroom at Lakers games you know what i'm saying. Yeah like media has bins. I don't want to say has been. I would say used to be used to be way to say. It has been sounds terrible. Used to be more optimistic. I think it used to be all right anyway. I don't know where that riff went for. Zach conclude that riff. That concludes all i do. Is i write down these things that i'm going to talk. They don't necessarily go anywhere. But i read on these things that i wanna talk about talk. Yeah that concludes used to be talk dot com up next for. I wanna hear from people now. Last night we were not hashtag blessed last night a laugh track. The show. now for for my bad rifts. We've got a laugh track last night. A disastrous night for the lakers. Who's to blame. What are they need to do different tomorrow night. Can they survive. This is the bandwagon going to continue or will it drive off a cliff..
"ten more years" Discussed on Cowboys Beat
"If you limit them, I think that there is muscle memory that you build with players. You can tell them in a classroom, but they've got to go out on the field and show you that I can react to What You've Been discussing in the classroom and training camp is the best place to do that, but you can begin to see how players react to situations dog. In oth. So I absolutely think there is a value to them, but I'm not going to, I'm not going to get married to him because I think that the situation is clearly trying to push for in the direction of eliminating, all of that stuff sooner than later. Now, they got like almost ten more years before the next collective bargaining, but that doesn't mean they can't push for tweets what you make of the Cowboys draft this year. I think there are some unanswered questions. I'm a huge Micah Parsons fan, so I was all over that. I happened to you have a chance to do the Cotton Bowl that he played in Iraq, and I studied tape of him and Penn State going into that game, in addition to seeing the game and guys, on our crew can tell you. We, we left off stadium that day and I said, can we just get that number 11 and figure out a way to keep him here? Don't let him leave. I mean he's just he's just a beast. He just all he was sideline-to-sideline. He's everywhere. He's he was a dominant player and not just in that game. And so I just think that when you have a great football player who can do so many different kinds of things that you want players like that. My conversations with Scouts, since the draft have only confirmed my feeling about him. So I'm they would have taken a corner had one been available and that's fine. But I'm I am not even a little bit. Disappointed about Micah Parsons, I'm excited about him. You know, they took two corners on Friday, who have to prove ourselves? I haven't heard anyone say that Kelvin. Joseph, physically is not an outstanding corner and maybe as good as there was in the draft, but there's more of a game than just the physical. He made a lot of bad decisions at the two SEC schools. He attended and he now has to prove that that he can change and that he's moved on from those having washed out. Not only on the two guys they lost out on in the first round. But the three or four other Corners, who went after they took Parsons. And before they drafted at 44 I don't know what their three or four more corners..
Scoops with Danny Mac
"ten more years" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"I grew up playing with that kid. Really shout out to the connecticut. Ron ainsi ones thirteenth overall. Pick one hundred and thirty two games the show it's it's staggering to think of some of the guys who just do it quietly you know. And maybe that's why. I take the number for granted a little bit back off my initial take. There are some sneaky candidates who could get big numbers games. Played like Wayne simmons where he is right now. and let's see here. He was eighty. What's eighty eight birth year similarly be up there. What about what about phil kessel phil. Kessel is like a maybe not surprising. Like thirty three or thirty four. He looks it looks weathered but another guy like and and the way he plays like he could. He's just a truck right like you could see him just plain for ten more years right in the right situation just out there wheelin no you six hundred six hundred fifty games shy of patty marlow is you know. He's he's a guy that's made built on speed kessels nominal player but to doughty's only thirty one years old. He's play held by the. He's almost playing a thousand games if we're talking about his contract already like it's one of the worst albatross in the league a mess as an effective player but you know we really think he's claimed ten more years for you but contracts are point. That's not irrelevant right. But though harassed to only but that's why the unions are created the buyout for sure for sure. But i the question is overlapping cap issues. After winning like alarming ya very interesting parallels The lightning go through it a little bit too not to the same extent but i think you know when you think about was i liked just dumped every veteran jake allen. See a couple of years before that. David backes in troy brouwer. It's you know when you when you think about a guy like eric staller. I think the salary cap presents a very real question of what are these guys going to be willing to accept and will they will. They seek opportunities where they're going to be in the lineup. One hundred percent of the time and You know or do they wanna win. And i think what we've seen historically with the nhl is as guys get later and later in their career. They value being on teams where they can win or have the opportunity to win. You know doesn't necess- necessarily mean that they're going to be in the lineup. Hundred percent of the time. You look at the islanders was picked up. You know kyle. Mary and travis jack at the trade deadline and travis ajax ben you know atop six player in the nhl is entire career is no. We're not talking about whom the games played discussion necessarily. But you know he goes into an islanders team that has been pretty high functioning and Pretty dangerous of the east division. And you know if if it's not a major injury to anders lee. He's i dunno where travis project fits into that team without disrupting a lot of the chemistry that they've had to put them in the top division. So like it's a it's a different kind of example. I guess but it just kind of pointing out. I don't i don't think there's all like this There's there's very few roster spots here across thirty..
Pop Culture Gamers
"ten more years" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers
"Damaged the whole preview games early access mechanic. Does i rebel fulmer. Where was the last time anybody saw pai stage after to. Yeah he's he's his reputation is shot just said now he over promises from someone that was maybe ten more years guy is such a prominent figure as well in the industry. Populous black now held up in highest stain. Yeah you know you look at popular so black and white. They would take a big games back. Yeah and both from his cab. You know you you might mistake big mistake the physically you don't own. Yeah but it's you have to keep your public onside. And i think that most people who would not say obsessive all we'll ever a much more lightly to say you know what we need to six months or cooking escape to accept Yeah i think wallpaper will accept it so go to craig's fig this skit. Yeah crate colts question. If you had unlimited gaming time won't gain. would you love to really dive into. I've always fancied eve online. Just scared i will never want to leave. And he's has a bonus question won't have funded hayden's life to warn his dislike of skyer him. It's a blood the amazing game. Scarring play true. Scarring playthrough is needed. How you doing. That's what he's saying. Alright well all. I can say a mike. Gabe skull cut correctly shows sky ripped as seven hajj today to give a skull. Yeah i did. I actually thought you might have had molding maytham because i'm not much achievement junkie thoughts.
Boomer & Gio
"ten more years" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"So you'll be out you'll be in utah. You'll be riding sheep somewhere in wyoming writing steve the sterban but something like that. You're right you and six or seven. Black lab and field and be sixty-three i will be retired. You'll be retired suggests and jerry. I think is already planning his retirement for next year. Possible school ala. They said look. You know what you're doing such a great job from home. You can just do your job from home. Oh then i would stay as long as positive. Well you'd probably still wanna go to a warmer climate. Though i would think and do on there now. I don't have to leave my house called that. I stay inside allison is forever home. Might be my forever home until the oceans rise which will be long after. I'm dead. yeah. I would think so as well. So you're someone you don't think in warm because jerry talks about warmer climate all the time like he's added ear when he can he eh. The problem is jerry says that but the that's not the reality of your situations once it happened. You still have family here. You the jerry still has kids i. It's not gonna that stuff determines where you move to. I don't wanna move somewhere where i have no family. Yes you actually like your family. Then yes i i i mean i left them for seven years and i went down the tampa but now as they get older. I don't wanna you know don when people get older. You know who all your toilet paper. Those years i had to buy my own toilet paper back. Your mom senate to my mom sent me. Howard stern cassettes only back then. Seven years in tampa. I didn't even realize it was that long and coupons for toilet paper. Wow that's scary. So you're telling me that all you guys because jerry and definitely i think is in the same boat that he would want to be retired in eleven years. You think or no well he would be well. He'll be retired from this. I think he'll still be wanting to do play by play. You know if that's something that's afforded to him but not to work fulltime. Wow who who will be the first to leave boomer romy. How old are you now if you don't move teeth four. I'm saying boomer. I agree you want to weigh in on this. I read it talking about your future. You're sitting here. Just what your birth your sixty one sixty while he will be sixty. Yes so okay but born in nine hundred sixty one. Oh yes okay. Yes so we years on me. So what do we got here. What are we talking about about a decade. Maybe not the decade another ten another ten weeks. You got ten year but this keeps you young. You have fun though. You're right. I you know i have to tell you that i do have a great job. There's no question about it. There's really no complaints at all. Sinema pretend more than when when when i do complain. It's usually about stop that it's fun to complain about you. You hear that ought to see executives. Signed him up for ten more years baby side about. We got another decade of boomer Yeah that's interesting to think about the end of the yeah. I don't know why you would think about that. Well eddie did hem. Many people will be retired in this group of us when the lindores contra. I knew i will be thinking as you're talking to me about lebron brady thing and like alluring. Or you're going to be jerry. I was thinking that whole thing so Can you think of i..
Boomer & Gio
"ten more years" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"I mean i left them for seven years when i went down the tampa but now as they get older. I don't wanna you know. I don when people get older you get. I get who all your toilet paper. Those years i had my own toilet paper back your mom sent to you. My mom sent me howard. Stern cassettes only seven years in tampa. I didn't even realize it was that long and coupons for toilet paper. Wow that's scary. So you're telling me that at all you guys jerry. Definitely i think is in the same boat that he would want to be retired in eleven years. You think or no well he would be well. He'll be retired from this. I think he'll still be wanting to do play by play. You know if that's something that's afforded to him but not to work fulltime. Wow who who will be the first to leave boomer. How old are you now if you don't asking four i'm saying boomer i agree but were you want to weigh in on this. I read the talking about your future. You're sitting there. What your birth. Your sixty one sixty well. He will be sixty. Yes so but born in nine hundred sixty one. Oh yes okay. Yes years on me so we what do we got here. What are we talking about not talking about a decade. maybe not the decade. Yeah another ten weeks you got. You got ten and yeah but this keeps you young. You have fun though. You're right i you know i have to tell you that i do have a great job. There's no question about it. There's no complaints at all. Sign him up for ten more years. And when when when i do complain. It's usually about stuff that it's fun to complain about her here. That ought to see executives. Signed him up for ten more years about. We got another decade of boomer Yeah that's interesting to think about the end of the yeah. I don't know why you would think about that eddie. Did think how many people will be retired in this group of us when the lindores country. I knew i was thinking as you're talking to me about lebron brady thing and like a living or your i was thinking that whole thing so can you think of You know i'm sure. There are a number of athletes that fit the bill of making the big money and really come into play and show up every day and taking care of themselves which you think that james harden is.
"ten more years" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
"Deceased reports that l. Rich off proposing other cuts to positions in the police department but increasing the department's budget to provide pay increases also in maryland. Montgomery county health officials. Say the state will open another mass vaccination site in a few weeks. This time at montgomery colleges germantown campus though a press conference today from governor larry hogan made it clear that there is some dispute in maryland over. Who was supposed to announce site plans when and if it will actually open. Our newsroom is following this story. And in virginia governor ralph northam has pledged to take executive action to restore the voting rights of thousands of formerly incarcerated residents more than a decade after their son was killed a dc family debuts years of footage showing him at different stages of his life from childhood until his death at nineteen. Wmu's jenny goth rights spoke with emmanuel. Durant's mum about the film. Seventeen blocks emmanuel durant. Junior was nineteen when he was shot and killed in two thousand nine in the days after his dad his mother cheryl sanford was already talking with their family. Friend and filmmaker eighty rothbart about making a documentary because they had a unique collection of video. Footage that she thought difference had less on blues childhood and high. I people that you'll get your melodist person you dec- we've been robbed. You immediately recognized the value that all footage collected over the years could have in terms of helping the vast scope of this problem like really hit home for people that's rothbart. He met emmanuel and his older brother smurfs at a basketball court and southeast dc in one thousand nine hundred nine when emanuel was nine had recently graduated from college and he had just gotten his first video camera he became friends with family and they started chronicling their everyday. Life smarter core joe so that's emmanuel manual. A subject is math. English social studies pink e. They invest in a superstar. Sanford says he really took to the camera he had a whole summer. You know. I eighty from after that point all school year so the basically lived and breathed camera emmanuel graduated high school in two thousand nine and started training to be a firefighter here. He is again in the footage theater. Rosendo seeing and then. I got a scholarship from kalpa foundation. For good and then on new year's eve of that year he was shot and killed while trying to defend the house from robbers who had followed smart home. Suddenly sanford could relate to friends. She knew who had lost their children to gun violence. She thought she could help. Do everyone stories justice by showing the impact. This violence had on her family. I'll try to embody ori with my story. And maybe we can get a message to these people who pick these up and decide that they have to shoot to kill that can show them as value to life so after his death the family kept filming for ten more years as they grieved and healed for wfan. You i'm jenny. Gaffes right thanks for joining us for. Consider this from npr. Listen again next time. We'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm jonathan wilson. And i'm rachel kersey..
The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"ten more years" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Body wasn't that we all knew he would net good anymore. No i know but that's where if we're waiting from a you know but it takes away from his greatness a little bit. I'm not saying he wasn't great. You're right his. His star was like sandy colfax. But sandy didn't play ten more years. I know what i mean and not do anything. That's what that's what hurts because you're right out. The early comparison is fair. But i don. I gotta look it up rob. Gee what sandy. Koufax play a nine years. eleven years. He was a run of six. That was just tremendous. But here's the interesting thing. And look i'm not gonna act like i'm a golf aficionado. All right when. I obviously during my lifetime. It was tiger. I of course heard of jack nicklaus. I'm a kid in the seventy s. I'm not watching golfing and all that. But i know about jack nicklaus and all that and you know about all because he. He's lemonade and iced tea. Yes other things but tiger so when tiger comes along i'm older. I'm a little more into golf. Obviously ease and african american cobbler nation. Whatever he wants to call now come on a hill search day and he took the country or the world of golf by store. And i did feel like my goodness this do winds every time he steps on on course which seemed incredible but rob. I looked up some numbers. And i think these will surprise you and i think these kind of the scale and we'll see which direction after i give the numbers so we know tiger was twenty one. When he won his first major. He won his first like his first major. He competed in. He won all right but the second i was that was nineteen ninety seven. I got married april fifth nineteen ninety-seven that was had to be like eight eight or something might somewhere around there. Yeah yeah Nicholas one is second major competed it so it wasn't like you know nicholas was that far behind the net. Okay tiger one eight of his first twenty two majors nicklaus one seven of his first twenty two so as much as it seemed like man tigers winning so often nicholas was doing the same thing and then i was looking at this thing that kinda measured them in their primes. Okay in their so it kinda takes away two years most of the years you were talking about. What tiger where he didn't win and tiger one in tiger competing and sixty four majors one fourteen and finished out of the top ten twenty six times.
Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"ten more years" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"You can't have any parties are like let's have a queer and trans only discussion group around so in such and such. I know that is going to be legal. Because that's going to be like people who are telling who are developing like a terrorist ideas and they're gonna develop propaganda. Yeah that's in the works right now. They've that's that's where that's how bad is getting in france in terms of the country by country. I slow thyroid euro terrorist if you if you have this little fly and create. A club for people will slow thyroid. Yeah nobody and people with an average thyroid's can't come in. Do you got close to terrorism. And and the funny the funny weird thing is that The french the queer married gay marriage only happened a couple years ago like in canada. So i'm always comparing france and candidate. Because i'm i'm always bouncing back from countries for for holidays one. And because i i like pride veteran kennedy. I don't really like. Don't tell into my gay friends but i don't have pride here. I haven't found my job. I found a few queer parties. That cool but gay marriage has been legal in canada for really long time. Like i'd say like ten more years and in france and then probably inaccurate on those dates but i'll we'll check it out but france and became legal but it didn't become league all the same time in canada. You had gay marriage and you had being able to adopt the child. If you're queer couple you've been off. The child really quickly adopted a law that you could have three or four people on your birth certificate in case like you wanted to put the the surrogate on the ticket where you wanted to put Donor on birth certificate or so on or like a third person because like ignore throttle or something like canada like just went. Like if we're going to go gay. Marriage just go. All the way because canada actually has like a secular government whereas france says secular government but like but our values.
Data Engineering Podcast
"ten more years" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast
"Store that has highly compressed at the time series actual data and use d. inverted index gun. Quickly find which one of those like billions of time series to kind of present based on your multidimensional query and. It's definitely an interesting problem domain and a lot of complexity to dig into. It's definitely interesting to see the number of different ways that this problem has been addressed attempted to be solved. And how each time. There's been a sort of architectural shift in the ways that people are building into play their applications it leads to another generation of metrics engines and time series engines. That are needed to be able to keep up with the growing complexity and the number of different sources of information and consumers of that information. Yeah definitely and i think like how where soviet is is really just trying to give you like the magical experience that you get when you. I use these tools but you to solving some of these fundamental questions that we're asking us software. Is you know. I think like can be achieved in different ways. You know. we're obviously optimizing experience sir. Over time i think like monitoring general will change much like civil engineering has certain ways. Things are don mandar courtesy and have been very very long time offer. Engineering is criticizing how we think and operate on building systems yet monitoring at observe as fascinating. I'm happy to be doing this for ten more years. Because it is a very core pillar of how we build systems how we will continue to able to build systems in the future is one of the most fundamental building blocks for being able to actually build a system that works in terms of the actual use cases for kronos fear. And m three. What are some of the most interesting or innovative or unexpected ways. That you've seen it used. We have different customers than doing things like collecting a whole bunch. Telemetry data about fiscal storage systems and collecting them. So there's definitely like i t's cases we also have customers like tectonic. Who i believe was on your podcast. Just a few episodes Actually if you visit our website you can see. They're right up on how they use for basically allowing monitoring the feature store that they run and also providing other metrics to aaron users of their machine learning platform. I think like that is definitely Fascinating use case. That was yeah. That bunch. Of times. Where i've also seen this kind of like him. Three in general use for things like storing a whole bunch of telemetry data from self driving vehicles. Which i thought was pretty interesting. There's a lot of different things that you would want to kind of inspect about a data set and make decisions on very quickly that aeneas system that gave you very low latency access time series data can do and so yeah. There's a few of the use cases. But you know. I i'd like just general. I dunno what you know how you feel as agassi you're experienced in space about running software and kind of like reasoning about it. But i i love to hear your thoughts on this i am general..