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"terance" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

07:19 min | 3 months ago

"terance" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"I'm in, I'm in. I'm in just get it all together. So if I go to a race and I heard this engine room and I ran to the fence and it was like little kid going, oh my God, what is this? Them cars. And I said, oh my goodness, that's the energy that I needed that competitive that I needed again that I had been away for about three or four years. So I called the guy up, where we met with a team and I said, this is what I needed and he did this, this is teams that good where we want 50% ownership of the team. Good. I go back to my guys and say, hey, this is what it is. This is what they're going to do. They changed in the car number to number 7 and it's going to be called Vic three motor sports. And so he's like, cool, cool, cool. So then his agent came in and just scrapped everything. I had sponsors, McDonald's, Nike, American Express because of who the guy was. And I even had a guy called me that did mark merchandise the NASCAR and was offered me a million and a half up front to have his marketing deal and then they were going to give us a generous split in the market management and the selling of the merchandise. And it all went away. So then I called the guys back and swim teams. We don't need him. We're going to give you, we want you to be. The 50% partner. And that's how I got into NASCAR. And I never got an opportunity to put a car on the track. It's because, you know, when you're a one man team, when you have all these big teams, it's funny you call it you call a company and they do the deal. Let's do the deal. You waiting, you call them back? Well, rauch motor sports car, we're going to go with them. So you can't compete with they were like the power of 5 of the college football. These teams. So, you know, and I just kind of just said, you know, it was one of those jobs, man. It was almost 24/7 coup. I Wednesday. Go to the track and now come back to Sunday Night. And I can look at a little kid at the time. My wife's like, what are you doing? And I said, I'm happy to retire from this. And I did. But you know, it's so funny every year someone calls me trying to get me back into NASCAR. And I'm like, no, I'm not gonna do it. All I gotta do is get you to the gate to hear that veron and cool, listen to this. And people wouldn't even say this. And this is very, very true story. I call MJ when I was doing this. And MJ said, man, I would love to do this, but I'm got all my some of my money into the motorcycle. He's doing the motorcycle racing. Motorcycle teams, right? Motorcycle recently. He says, once I get out of that, give me a call and we talk about it. So all these minorities that owning teams now guess who opened the door for them. Because no one was talking to the president of NASCAR. No one was talking to I was the one going talking to him. I'm sitting in diversity meetings, telling them this is not how you do diversity in black America, blah, blah, blah, and I was telling them to gave them the road map how to get more African Americans involved into NASCAR and look where it is today. Wow. There you have it. But it's been great having you, my brother. Thank you, thank you. All right, I can tell you some stories, but we're going to say that. Hey, hey. We're down the land of enchantment stays in the land of the Chapman. You mean, you mean a land of entrapment. Nothing, nothing never leaves there. So it's trapped in there. That's what we call this land on the track. Thank you, my brother. I love you. I love you. Wonderful Super Bowl weekend. And hey man, listen, can you pray for the Lakers? Hey, I thought you was gonna ask me about basketball, man. I thought you were gonna ask me about the Lakers. We got more time, and I know we do. And don't give us some difference. When we go, can I talk about the link? Yes, let's do that. And I'll talk about the Lakers. When you take you that long? No, 'cause I'm a put it in a way where not a good team. I'm gonna put it in a way where it's gonna make sense. When you eliminate the magic man, when you would just happen recently, when you take away the logos, season tickets, what do you think going to happen to you? What do you think going to happen to you? When you almost when you almost at a point where and this is just me from the outside looking in, it may not be that way. To the point that it almost over the last few years, it's almost like Kobe didn't even play for the Lakers. When LeBron James came. So you and LeBron James come in and start making this is what we need. This is what we want. This is what I want. The Lakers was never built like that. Nope. They sure were. Lakers would never, ever built like that. Magic, you Kareem never went out and said, let's go get such and search and this is what we need to be successful. You found a way with what you had to win basketball games. You made each other better. You didn't go get somebody that was better than somebody on the other team. If you're a superstar, if you're the best in the game, you don't need anyone else. To get a championship because you're making everybody else around you better. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And the Lakers have done some things over the last 5 to 7 years that's it's coming back the vitamin right now. Like the old folks at rooster come home, Bruce. You got that also. Chaos Matthews, thank you, my brother. I have a wonderful day, man. I love you. Ari. I already listened to me Harry and I get together. It's like this all the time. The last funds, man. I can't wait to go wait another 30 years for us to see each other. We ain't gonna be here, man. Oh no, we're gonna come back to you. And we both bald now, so I'd be 84. So come on, man. I'm still kicking. Take care, man. And love you, brother..

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"terance" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

06:55 min | 3 months ago

"terance" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"Say about that is this is. I set the bar. You know? I've set the bar, you know? Back then, when I caught over a hundred balls, it was not a receiver under 6 feet who caught a hundred bars in the season. And I played in the era with Jerry Rice, Chris Carr. Michael urban Randy Moss, you know, guy Andre Reed guys like that. And you know, sometimes, you know, you feel like you should get more credit for what you've done, but I know what I've done. Others know what I've done, you know, and I can live comfortably and be comfortable with what I've accomplished. And I did it, I did it in the air when we went through the ball 40 50 times the game. Not like today. So that means I take prior to that because that means I was catching a ball at a 80 90% clip. When I was targeted because every catch had mattered and counted because of the fact that we weren't going to get a whole lot. You know, now today guys get targeted 15, 16, 18 times in a game and only catching 9 balls. I mean, come on man, that's 50%. That's not good. So, you know, and that's what's wrong with football today is that people who doesn't do that don't understand the game as much. They look at, oh, he's been targeted 15 times and he caught 7 balls and he's this great receiver. Really? So you telling me all I needed to be as targeted 15 times a game and not being a Hall of Fame. The different world, man. I'm saying it's a whole different world. Yeah, you're right. So you know, I'm like, but you know what? You can't complain. Coop, you know how it is. You can't complain the game changes. It's supposed to be for the better, but we always say, you know, this guy could play to our generation. You know, there were no fire rule. We were getting bumped all the way down the field and it wasn't legal hits to the head or anything like that. It was bam. Bang bang. You went over the middle a lot. And I played between the numbers. And you talking about getting hit. Oh my goodness. A lot of allele. Yeah, these guys a day. They catch the ball and be this? Shoot, I used to catch the ball. My eyes used to get this big. Exactly. Oh, here comes something. Today these guys go. The only play with their mouthpiece in that mouthpiece be hanging out there. I'm like, shoot, we play without a mouthpiece. You're gonna get all your teeth knocked out. Well, T, you don't recognize as a 1994 new pro bowler and you're all pro in 1994. So people knew and they knew they were recognized for that. They know. They know. And you know the thing is, I am so proud here it is. I'm so proud of what I've accomplished coming from a single parent home, you know, from age 9, I've been told you can't, you won't, you won't, you won't, you know, you should, you shouldn't, and here we are talking about a career that some people said would never happen. So and I always tell them that people say, how did it happen? I said because of God. I said, I had a prime grandmother and a praying mother. And that's all he prayed about was me to be successful. Give me the desires of my heart. That's all it was. So when I got to high school, my steps was ordered from there. I knew where I was going. There was no doubt in my mind that I wasn't going to play NFL. I didn't care what people said. There was no doubt in my mind. I was going to play I was not going to play NFL football. There was no doubt. Just in the Terrence math this song showtime with a couple more for you chance because we know you're busy a high school coach now, you coach a high school football, right? Yes, yes. And I'm a high school coach. I coach high school basketball out here. To the big game we got coming in what? 48 hours, 72 hours or something like that. Who's going to the Super Bowl? Well, before you even go there, cool. See, first of all, why are you coaching high school basketball? And why am I coaching a high school football? Why aren't we coaching at our Alma maters? Listen. Look, we're not going to go. That's what different show. That's for a different show. That's different. We're different shows. Your question is, I enjoy. You know what? God gave me a special talent. A talent that he only gives a few. And we used it the right way. We were able to accomplish our dreams. We were able to be successful in our sport. And I just feel for me, I have to give it back. I always love giving back and you know, I've coached that the pro game, I coached it a little bit with the Lakers and I Denver Nuggets and the new athletes are just they know everything. Our coach women, which I really, really enjoy coaching that. But for high school, I enjoy coaching high school kids because they're receptive to what we have to give ready for the fundamental aspect that you have to learn for your so you can get better with your craft as you become more powerful athletically. So for me, I just enjoy that at this point in time of my life. Yeah. I'm the same way. You know, they're like sponges because they respect everything that you're saying because you know that have played it the highest level is one of those things that I'm never going to tell you to do something I haven't done before. Exactly. Or I'm not going to tell you something that I can't do now. You see what I'm saying? So that's the truth of the matter is and you have so many coaches out there having kids do things that they've never done before. Or can't demonstrate. So a lot of these kids are lost. And the thing is, it's hard for us who loves the game so much and it's not about us. It's about the young men that it's almost cool. It's almost like this for us. We get punished because we play the game for a long time. And those that didn't get elevated quicker and they supposed to be smarter and more intelligent than we are in the game. And I'm going well. Okay,.

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"terance" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

06:17 min | 10 months ago

"terance" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Make me rich man. I i love. I mean this great movie. They're also saying now somewhere along the line. Was there something to do with the warm report yet. Back follows here one morning and the new york times said they're gonna publish the complete one moon for and i worked at down. I was down on just a correction that the government was going release at one report taxes publish overnight current impinging office releases times going publish on new parts of the warm your reports. The commission finished its for gonna release it. And that was punched in government. Printing office book. He'd been slated bread but no they were giving out so book to a publishing entity they could pick up the days percent and i call. This was the boss and on okay and he said he had same idea but okay we both had the idea for. His idea was to the new york times to make an improvement tour right. So it'd be the new york times with pick up the bulk and they will be right that we would publish the book as an anthem book. Esther contol and harrison salisbury would be the terance she over the poor so there will be other other comments having to do a report so he wanted to fame. And you would've just something that you could have gone just anywhere else. And so it was in market paperback publishing. That's being down the aftermath market companies. Obviously 'cause i worked actually hashing colonic sentence you. Holly scanned it. Because i was the publicity. Fire barry your anti was stealing and so we did a little princeton actually printed and distributed in eighty hours so the idea was accommodation. Marsha idea oscar also thinking costing and then bringing the times for the tool that harrison actually decided to do and then waiting for the handed out literally just understand what an innocent book worm. Port comes out. You get all of this thursday monday. it's for sale. Wow scanned harsh. Because she was you know. I wanted to just fantasy just because gives you timing a. I realized that was really my head of we print beside already learned about publishing. You could quickly and was not any miraculous. When winston churchill died drew middleton who was the new york times in london we have known he was dying so everything was being. I mean that was vile feed the pig. Sure all in need with the park and said he died. Jim from told me the book was for sale on the day of the funeral in london. Instead yes very well. I mean how did this hour. The sales on these were the very rich the new york times and and satisfied the point over copy. Well we applied in the fact that an came of the beginning of this whole incident publishing that includes the pentagon papers absolutely and the second one commission for all kinds of commissions and for us can murder case. Can you was married to an older man and edgy was her best friend. It's really yeah. I mean i think that people. Today's yesterday similar bylines for example. She could have twenty thousand words because she had the market distribution machinery plays ruin connected to the way magazines and newspapers just shooting not that they would like the slow vote. Mass market magazines were and so prior to warrant the warren report. Had there been some books that was the first want folks once years ago called. What was their report was there. It is contained looked. But he had vow if you go back and even downtime during war instant. He didn't call it that diesel reports from the.

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"terance" Discussed on Speak For Yourself

Speak For Yourself

08:13 min | 11 months ago

"terance" Discussed on Speak For Yourself

"Time. I checked staples center rocks the loudest liveliest when the clippers are in town. Now people go to games like you were rudy gobert. We'll just go up. Y'all where your fancy watch stay on your phones act like you somewhere you go to a game we will. And that's what we do. Because playoff p fourteen and now without kawhi leonard in the last couple of years including seven and five season. What i bring that up. Because he worked like this anomaly like oh what out why. They can't win well. We actually have a great. Winning percentage wise longest playoff p is in the building and also a utah team. I what i noted down. The mitchell is trying to push through this and plow through this game time decision. I know my colleague. Don't try and play tonight. I know these things go happen chips all in but the problem is when you try to put those chips in. You don't realize you ain't clip city chip city and it's a problem like that takes you prob- donate for that. I have thirty. Three percent confidence. And paul george statue got with that. Do you always got thirty two percent confidence. And here's why what we haven't realized. And it's unfortunate. Is the clippers playing with a big three. And they have every game this series because marcus morris he gave you what twenty four points. Boy reggie. jackson gave twenty points a game. And then the game. Before that marcus morris with the twenty s again game before that reading twenty nine points on the clippers playing with big. Three's so paul george. I don't necessarily have confidence that he will close it out. But i do have confidence that the clippers will close it out. We just have to figure out who going to give out. Credit to the clippers are going to close it out because they are playing with literal pieces ball in right now like we slept on marcus morris just like we slept on jeff green when he at twenty seven points. One seven freight from three because kevin durant gave you forty seven seventeen and ten so we forgot any other player existence. Paul george has played marvelously but has not really paul. George necessarily an isolationist getting the job done. It's the fact that he's getting fifty points from his next two best players on average in the series. He's getting thirty. Three points from the combination of reggie jackson. Plus marcus morris. Now the truth or the thesis statement of my take is. I have more faith that the jazz will give it up then. I have the clippers will close it out. You're talking about this. Today's shown more games are lost than one. At least that's the quote from bill belichick in regards to nfl football. I think that also applies to nba. Basketball i think the jazz will lose this game. Donovan mitchell as you said is hurt more than he's hurt. He is falling each and every game. Statistically speaking you're got the full screen he goes from fifty three percent to fifty one percent to forty five percent to thirty four percent to thirty one percent he goes from his plus or minus is being way high to all of a sudden drastically different worse and worse and worse and worse and worse. So i'm not putting my faith in. Pg closing it. Out as much as i am putting my faith in the utah jazz faltering. We didn't believe in a jazz in the first place. We all assumed it was going to be the lakers that we're going to dismantle the jazz remember remember of course at a season when the jazz were to one seed those lakers fans and most nba analysts. Who assumed the lakers healthy with all the way. We're like okay. Lakers are gonna have to beat the clippers at best because the jazz. They don't have any experience their best player donovan mitchell. He's only twenty five twenty four years of age so the dads are still probably a couple of years away so we knew we had doubts about the jazz. We just foresaw a different la team being the contender. Now the clippers doesn't change my feelings about the jazz whatsoever. It doesn't change your feelings whatsoever. Ooh i don't know if this is the same acho. I knew two days ago because choke was telling me how great government is score dow the metro donald mitchell. Thirty start plus minus twenty two for this series and sixth man of the year jordan clarkson with his tucked embrace in his head band. He's minus forty five through game five. I wonder why because you kept telling me how good they work into. They face these clippers. You know why because you don't get enough respect to not only what are names are without kawhi but our game turns a plan both sides of the ball. Let's talk about this because you showed the full screen where the other mitchell and his plus minus continues to erode correct. Anybody else we face. And they continue to erode especially in fourth quarters by the name of i know luka doncic. We're doing this to people. Brought we make them bleed slow and then you just sit there. And it's just evaporate on the damn court. We are machine right now. And i'm not even hyping up these clippers just so deep of always said that we have a dynamite duo. Now it's just a single but we got a collection of players wooded deepest team with the best cherries on top. and now. You're starting to see that. How do you see it. Also let me give you this. Pg come on man one of three players to average twenty nine nine and four right now in the second round durant and b. ballers ballers okay is about. Pg first player clippers history to score twenty points or more twelve consecutive playoff games. His score twenty or more every single playoff game. Everybody can't say that. Pg and this last three games has talked about it. Thirty three nine and five playoff. Why is that still at being ridiculed. This dude is an absolute baller. I'm about to hijack this this segment and gonna run you hot but as you were talking i realized this what else you know. Maybe that but in the same manner that the bubble positively affected and impacted the lakers. This season has positively and impacted your clippers and. I don't think there's a denying this today. I haven't heard this take yet. i'm coming up. i tell you about it. No how about the table. All you don't do majority of athletes including lebron james plus nba analysts have also said and i think yourself fit bit all admitted this. This place is as much about talent. As it is. A war of attrition okay. That's facts war of attrition. I'm which luca he battled injuries. Chris paul he battled injuries lebron james. He battled injuries. Anthony davis battled entries. Joel embiid battle injuries. Quiet leonard battle injuries. spidey mitchell. Battled injuries everybody. James harden battled injuries kyrie irving battled injuries. Everybody all the star players battling injuries. So who does that benefit this. This playoffs is a war of attrition proteins. The deepest team so is that a is that a about negative wasn't awareness right. It's an awareness. Remember the lakers. Anthony davis made. He can't get right so the bubble giving him four and a half months off allowed us to be convinced that the lakers of the best team. When in fact they weren't they were playing in a very unique circumstance okay. Short shorten condensed is a very unique as well. This one will play here right now. It's a very unique circumstances. You've talked about it yesterday. What armstrong and with slick rick. Bron james come out here and say i tried to tell you. All season shortened season. Now you may not have necessarily agreed with. His logic wouldn't agree with it was wrong but he's talking about a point three percent in rolling the Statistically speaking there is delay bump statistically speaking we know. This season was convinced we know. The season was condensed. And as a result the clippers are beneficiary of a war of attrition. It's not necessarily the most talented teams is the deepest team. So congratulations for being a deeper team than the utah jazz. I just wanted to make you aware as to why y'all doing what you're doing so you don't believe the lie. That a lot of lakers fans believed about anthony. Well you're not gonna take away my ring. We don't have trying to make it a mickey mouse ring like the one. You do have We're not going to go into the bubble rings but that was an asterisk season. You could call this season but you gotta give me some evidence and right now. I don't know where you were yesterday but sound like you were a liberal watched lebron watching lebron's the eight man. I need some help on this one. Because all i'm talking about is a point. Three percent bump and lebron tried to stand on this.

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"terance" Discussed on Past Episodes

Past Episodes

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"terance" Discussed on Past Episodes

"Another episode of dateable a show all about modern dating. I'm so excited because today we have a remote guest which is not very often than we do on the show before her. It's worth it. Her name is chelsea white. Hey girl has would. Jerry high pitched where that came from ida shown. Let's escape boys. You know you gotta. Overconfidence like over a boat. So you just feel it on. The side of my my cat feels that he's sitting beside me and licking his butt so he really feel chelsea's calling us from new york. I'm going to give a little background about chelsea. And i have a little surprise for youtube because oh internet stocking and noam's up so now chelsea thirty five years old. She's currently in a monogamous relationship. So her bios just so impressive and kind long so stick with me everyone. She's a comedian host and a producer living in new york currently. She's the host of the web series. Show me your kitty. Pretty little liars. Podcast called cabernet and a a dating. Podcast called ghost stories and a writer and producer of the hit mtv. Show girl code now. I'm going to stop you there because my friend alana becker was show and alana is such a key is so many people that connected with that so funny she also so because of that connection because when i said that i was like oh i totally heard of your name turns out. We have eleven friends in common on facebook. Facebook bright link. We have the same agent in new york. Which is Mark turner birch off. And then the third group which is even more interesting set. Is that your friends with Our pass guest madison perry eight easter run a show together. We used to produce a show together with our third co-producer all patel canoe young comedians. Because it's both nyc. I right so so i would. I is that i. I went to college madison. We eat you stop this. Podcast offline by massive berry having like four g right now. he doesn't remember. Madison perry's was season two and it was love sex in burning man. Yes and we talked about his book. Have you read his book chelsea. I have like several copies here at. We both loved his book and thought it was hilarious. I love that. It was like from a male perspective of his journey. It was it was a great episode. So you should go back and listen to his up. He's hilarious obviously is so unknown now. We're all friends. I know so now. That's that's great tone for now. I'm not done with your bio here god. I love cats. Spent on tv shows the jazz. We talked about girl code on. Mtv tlc's what not to wear. I hope you were what to wear right. Vh1's big morning. Buzz live mtv's fucking mtv and at trl. You may have seen her jokes featured in us weekly's fashion police. Call them in your posts. One hundred and fifty best jests and comics favorite jokes and on marie-claire dot com named as a finalist in the two thousand seven comedy cellar laugh off. She's played comedy venues and festivals nationwide. Now here's some fun facts. She's a lover of wine. Snacks and john stay mos who've recently got engaged to a girl i taught house we can. I swear i'm sorry outset omar. You're going to say an also. I went to college john statement and we're best friends and we're recently age but he is gift to your friends i. There's so much to unpack in what you just said first of all. I don't think. I realized he just got engaged. Which i feel. Samsung isocell devastated about it. In general. I feel devastated. Also i didn't realize that i get the news. Also how crazy that you know this girl. This is what's happened. I knew the day in new york and she Had never met john stamos but apparently they were on the same episode of One of those like ncis. But it wasn't it was like law and order but they were on the same episode longtime ago before and they connected in the last two years and now they're engaged unlike what she's marrying uncle joe a day need to cover the podcast. Maybe there so you need to get jumped in. He's beautiful He's like age like bottle. You realize wanting to episode on big age gaps in a interrelate zsa. I'll have my people call his people but speaking of our people. Let's talk about what we're really here to talk about. Which is dating terance. What says is also thank you for getting my leg. Apparently eleven page long bio that was very lovely which uses race nurses say. But why don't you talk about yourself about your history with threats okay. So yes so our trinet. I was diagnosed officially when i was like four ish My parents noticed that i was doing some chicks. Such as squeezing is shot squeezing my finger shut sort of nodding my head shaking beheaded Like stepping by now things like that and they would ask me about it in some like for three. I'm like i don't know i'm doing. These things are why are you. Not you know you're just like i don't know just what i do right Squeezing our show. I don't know to tell you. Actually i diagnosed with epilepsy mistakenly because the doctor sort of i mean you know like you said a thirty five animal old woman so this is in the eighties. And they were sending like there's going to be a doctor listening. Tell me mixing out my My name's here but like eeg. I think that's like the looking rain waves. And they're sending it but they had to send it through like stone lions to get it red at some facility within a dial out like maybe the dialing on their whatever their motive and This read the report. Diagnosed me with a-plus. So i went on at medication for being epileptic and my parents were like why is she getting so much worse than name of other doctors in one of the big trouble. That with threats is still in this. Jay which is also oprah's thing to say like it's still so misdiagnosing so underdiagnosed diagnosed because it's such a. It's a disease that can or a neurological disorder that can manifest itself so differently so many doctors still Aren't you know completely educated about due due to no fault of their own. I mean there's so many things that could go wrong with. The human body like doctors can absorb enough so much information so so basically i was finally just sort of found that one doctor that immediately said to my parents oh well your daughter's threat simple as that and once we have that.

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"terance" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"terance" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Protesting the confirmation of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. In Washington thousands march of the National Mall calling on Congress to suspend the nomination. The Senate says a confirmation vote on Barrett will be held next week. Dozens of other rallies were held from New York to San Francisco to signal opposition to Trump and his policies. In Europe, the number of corona virus cases there continues its steep rise with national leaders. Among those testing positive results, reports many countries are implementing strict controls in an effort to curb the pandemic. But the numbers are still climbing. The Austrian and Belgian foreign ministers have contracted the virus with European Commission President Ursula Vonder lion and foreign policy chief Joseph Burrell in isolation due to contact with infected people. On Friday finished Prime Minister Cinema outing left and you summit early to head into quarantine after one of her colleagues tested positive while president Modern had urged the suspension of in person meetings. German President Frank Walter Steinmeier is also in isolation after one of his bodyguards was infected. On Saturday, Germany and the Netherlands recorded the most new cases since the pandemic began. In Belgium. The past weeks rate was nearly double that of the previous one. The World Health Organization warns Intensive care units in Europe could soon be overwhelmed for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. And there are more than eight million confirmed cases of the Corona virus in the U. S with more than 219,000 deaths that, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. In Colorado Firefighters are still battling the largest fire in state history. The Cameron Peak fire It's burned more than 187,000 acres and is now 57% contained. The cause of that place is under investigation. You're listening to NPR news. Japan's new prime minister, Yoshihide Sudha is headed to Vietnam and Indonesia tomorrow. He took over from his former boss Shinzo Abe date last month. A visit to the Southeast Asia countries underscores Japan's efforts to counter Chinese influence and build stronger economic and defense ties in the region, and that's in line with obvious vision. Sudha is expected to sign a bilateral defense equipment and technology transfer agreement with Vietnam, part of Tokyo's efforts to promote exports of Japanese made military equipment. What is the New Zealand handed its prime minister, a second term in today's national election? NPR's Julie McCarthy reports. Just send our Terance handling of the pandemic help secure an unusual landslide victory in her center Left party. With most votes tallied. Prime Minister are Dern's Labour Party is projected to win an outright majority of parliamentary seats. Making it the first party to govern alone in 24 years are Dern's go hard and go early approach to the pandemic helped crush the virus in New Zealand and propelled her party to victory are Dern's trademark empathy and compassion where the accelerants in a powerful speech that emphasized the need to see each other's perspectives and an increasingly polarized world are durn reached out with an inclusive Val. We will not take your support.

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"terance" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"terance" Discussed on KPCC

"The confirmation of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. In Washington, Thousands marched on the National Mall calling on Congress to suspend the nomination. The Senate says a confirmation vote on Barrett will be held next week. Dozens of other rallies were held from New York to San Francisco to signal opposition to Trump. And his policies in Europe. The number of corona virus cases there continues its deep rise with national leaders. Among those testing positive results, reports, many countries are implementing strict controls in an effort to curb the pandemic. But the numbers are still climbing. The Austrian and Belgian foreign ministers have contracted the virus with European Commission President Ursula Vonder lion and foreign policy chief Joseph Burrell in isolation due to contact with infected people. On Friday finished Prime Minister Cinema outing left and you summit early to head into quarantine after one of her colleagues tested positive while president Modern had urged the suspension of in person meetings. German President Frank Walter Steinmeier is also in isolation after one of his bodyguards was infected. On Saturday, Germany and the Netherlands recorded the most new cases since the pandemic began in Belgium. The past weeks rate was nearly double that of the previous one. The World Health Organization warns intensive care units in Europe could soon be overwhelmed for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. And there are more than eight million confirmed cases of the Corona virus in the U. S with more than 219,000 deaths that, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. In Colorado Firefighters are still battling the largest fire in state history. The Cameron Peak fire It's burned more than 187,000 acres and is now 57% contained. The cause of that place is under investigation. You're listening to NPR news. Japan's new prime minister, Yoshihide A saga is headed to Vietnam and Indonesia tomorrow. He took over from his former boss Shinzo Abate last month. A visit to the Southeast Asia countries underscores Japan's efforts to counter Chinese influence and build stronger economic and defense ties in the region, and that's in line with obvious vision. Sudha is expected to sign a bilateral defense equipment and technology transfer agreement with Vietnam, part of Tokyo's efforts to promote exports of Japanese made military equipment. What is the New Zealand handed its prime minister, a second term in today's national election? NPR's Julie McCarthy reports. Just send our Terance handling of the pandemic help secure an unusual landslide victory in her center Left party. With most votes tallied. Prime Minister are Dern's Labour Party is projected to win an outright majority of parliamentary seats. Making it the first party to govern alone in 24 years are Dern's go hard and go early approach to the pandemic helped crush the virus in New Zealand and propelled her party to victory are Dern's trademark empathy and compassion where the accelerants in a powerful speech that emphasized the need to see each other's perspectives and an increasingly polarized world are durn reached out with an inclusive Val. We will not take your support for granted..

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"terance" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"terance" Discussed on KOMO

"Out for themselves. Staffing firm Robert half has surveyed hiring managers around the country, finding that almost nine and 10 worry about losing their top talent, mainly because of pay cuts. The company's Paul McDonald says employers need to offer their employees something Mohr than just money. Stay communicated with them. Empathize with them during the pandemic and make sure that you're embracing them is an employee best You can't he says. A positive work environment can still trump a promise of higher pay somewhere else, even during a pandemic. Jim Ryan. ABC NEWS update Your MONEY newsworthy, PROPEL INSURANCE BUSINESS update. According to a massive new McKinsey study on the state of women in corporate America, the pandemic has the potential to undo years of gains for women in the workplace. At least one in four women are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce because of covert 19. Such an exodus could possibly undo all the gay and swim and have made a management and senior leadership roles over the past six years. The study involved 317 companies representing over 12 million employees. Wall Street Journal says Boeing will set plans that sweet to consolidate 7 87 Dreamliner assembly in South Carolina ending production of that jet liner in Washington state is the pandemics EPPS demand for aircraft. It's not clear over what period of time the consolidation would play out, or how many employees might be affected. That's your money. Now we'll we've certainly taken a little bit of a tumble on Wall Street. The Dow had been up over 500 points. It's still up very nicely, almost a percentage point again of 259 points but way off the day day's high is also the same story for the NASDAQ and the S and P 500 as Max's dad. Excuse me, NASDAQ is still of 69 points and he has to be 521 that you're propellant. Terance Business Update Cos time 11 50 Pretzels. Look what chips Locke? Who's the new guy? Fanta? I think he's looking at me. Pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me stopping salty chips. We both got a chance He's coming over. Ladies. Hi. And hello to you back at your.

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"terance" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"terance" Discussed on KOMO

"Multiple reports, citing sources familiar with the deal, say TIC Tac's owner has chosen tech giant Oracle as its technology partner. Amid national security concerns for being a Chinese owned company. President Trump signed an executive order early August, threatening the tech company behind Tic Tac to sell its U. S operations, giving the popular APP just 45 days to strike a deal with another tech company or face being banned As the deadline approaches next week, President Trump saying there won't be an extension. It's unclear why Microsoft's offer was rejected. Neither Oracle nor Tic Tac have commented that same disease Jenny Norman need a job Amazon needs a few workers actually needs a lot more than a few new workers, ABC stereo Aldinger Amazons getting ready to hire another 100,000 people to keep up with a surge of online orders. The Seattle based company says the new employees will help pack ship and sort orders working in part and full time capacities. Amazon reported record profit and revenue from April to June is more People turn to it during the pandemic to buy groceries and supplies, and it won't be the last big hiring push of the year. Amazon says It's still going to need people to fill holiday jobs area Aldinger ABC News News time 11 13 from ABC News TECH Terance Apples planning to unveil some new products this Tuesday. Just don't get your hopes up for a new iPhone. Zack Hall is the lead editor at 9 to 5 Mac, he says, Though Apple usually shows up it's new slate of iPhones in September. This year's event will be a little different on the day that this was announced. It was also widely reported that there would be no new iPhones at this event that that would be October. He says that's down to production delays as because of supply chain issues in China is because of the global pandemic with with Cove in 19. And it's just taking longer to get things back up and running. As for what we can expect on Tuesday, Hall says, there's a clue in the events. Name time flies. We expect two new apple washes. So right now Apple sells the Apple Watch serious three, which is State model they've sold for 23 years now and the serious five, which introduced one year ago. We think both of those will go away and they'll be replacements with Tech trends. I'm Dave Packer ABC News in an effort to boost commercial space ventures, NASA is willing to buy Moon rocks from any company that goes to the moon and gets them. And a request forbids. The space agency says it will pay a contractor for up to a pound of rock from the lunar surface. Of course, that has to be documented by imagery and other data about where the material was collected on the moon. Coming up after we check in with Kira George for a traffic.

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"terance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"terance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At w._b._z. all the doors will now be open twenty four hours a day seven days a week and the encore boston harbor casino people waited in line for hours yesterday's opening at ten a._m. a steady stream of visitors throughout the day to chris the two point six billion dollar resort in everett in the casino did not disappoint many saying it was like being in las vegas in the middle of everett but the traffic was nuts for those who drove in getting out was not easy smoke on the water in hall for people forced to jump into the waves after their boat goes up in flames w._b._z.'s jim mckay is live in hull with the latest joins us now good morning jim good morning jeff yes standing right along the shore here in hall behind whole high school where this happened it was right in between a headaches island in the whole shoreline area they call the whole gut the boat caught fire four people on board they had to jump off picked up by nearby vote eventually take into the weymouth harbourmaster there were no injuries but the cause of the fire remains under investigation the remains of that boat while end up just sinking to the bottom of the sea reporting live longest shoreline in hull jim mckay w._b._z. boston's newsradio thank you jim seventy-two now david ortiz continues his comeback he is doing well and is now out of intensive care still remaining inside mass general as he recovers from gunshot wound after the shooting a couple of weeks ago in the dominican republic eleven people are now in custody police are still trying to track down others in what they say was a case of mistaken identity not such good news for ortiz's former team tough weekend for the red sox after a dramatic come from behind victory friday night it's all losers this weekend two in a row to the blue jays so to the long way to right field it is carrying another scare in the stands at fenway to fans safety again the issue is a boy was hit with a broken bad and actually flew over the protective netting behind home plate youngster was taken away to be checked out at eventually returned with just a bruise three let's go back to those roadways right now where we do have an adventure trying to get to work we check in with lori grandy and the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on the threes jeff it's tough out there i'm telling you tobin bridge inbound big delays now sergeant street revere all the way to the bridge lower deck heavy sluggish from assembly square on lever connector is crowded and to end airport tunnels sumners right back to the airport roadway the ted is jammed from logan to south boston but of course the toughest ride we're seeing today's definitely on the mass pike let's get a check now from offering terance copter we've got a heavy duty record that has just arrived for the tractor trailer involved in this crash of the pike east after one twenty two millbury center lane continues to be blocked here at the safe standstill all the way back six vilbert with the take back to two are there it's very tough for route nine in framingham a good deal of the way end towards the supermarket overpass kristen eck insurance copter northbound expressway solid from the split up past columbia road tough as well ninety five northbound through attleboro to one fifty two and again upon his three to one twenty eight twenty four northbound heavy congestion from brockton to the merge coming out of the north ninety three southbound heaviest traffic we're seeing right now from one tenement into montvale avenue that really jammed for park street in stoneham right into somerville laurie granny w._b._z.'s traffic on.

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"terance" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"terance" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"An adult that says Beck made a court appearance today, and we'll be formerly charged Friday ahead of Uber making its stock market debut. Friday, some drivers in several cities, including New York turned off their apps today to protest what they say are declining wages driver. Inder Palmer address, the problem with all over the country exploitation, and legal slavery and getting away with this that we are independent contractors in the guiding Loubet this murder. Stocks closed mixed. The Dow was up by two points, but the S and P five hundred was down by five and the NASDAQ shed twenty points. I'm Barbara Kusak. It's time to check the roads in the Kate on traffic center. This check traffic sponsored by triple a insurance crash. Southbound fifteen south Tropicana wreck eastbound to fifteen southern beltway in buffalo one. Westbound two fifteen northern beltway near ninety five wreck on the Parkway eastbound at rampart Jones. You've got a wreck there just south of ninety five AAA insurance. Get award-winning service at greater Terance coverage for your auto, home and life. Plus all the perks that come with AAA membership. Visit AAA dot com to get more of what you need out smart life. I'm Lee pal Kate on traffic center for more than a year. The whole of Vermont was captivated by the hunt for a runaway golden retriever read catching Murphy, the latest book from the Associated Press available now exclusively.

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"terance" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

10:38 min | 3 years ago

"terance" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Around a while. He's he's right here on the rich Eisen show. Please to have somebody who I've I've I've seen in many a school courtyard since our kids went to school together back in the day to see you. Thanks. Good to have you finally hear. Yes. Absolutely. You got a few my buddies on. Ryan tie with him. Right. You've known him since I was about eighteen we met at an audition for a movie of the week starring Meredith Baxter birney. Of course, it came down to the two of us. And he didn't have a ride home. I had a skateboard and a car. So I gave a ride home, and he never left who got the gig gig. I got the gig. And then he then he got some other gigs on k it'll turn out fine. He's doing fine. You got to have the ties. Extra burning experience of the film. Do you? Remember, the name of the movie trade the story of two women. Neither were played by. What did you betrayed woman, son? Okay. Who I was made. It was me Baxter, Suzy, Kurtz. It was a perfect movie. This one of them make movies of the week anymore man net flicks. Now, there's a movies stream. Yeah. It's it. It has a superhero film. But if it has no superhero movie of the week. Now, you're born you're born and raised in Los Angeles soda born in Minnesota, Minnesota was working at the university. And then I moved to the Lakers you moved here from the Lakers. The Lakers Lakers yet. Being a basketball on your finger. Right. So are you a Lakers fan? Emily cours fan. I grew up. I grew up here in LA going to the forum to see him going Staples. And the Staples. Go to the state. Staples. Exactly as long as my hips, not acting up. Yeah. Laker fan. And yeah. Which there's not much to do right now. I know you were asking Chris we're coming on the the coaching situation looks out and he was out for like five minutes. And then the quick didn't go fast. What do you think of magic just tapping out? Like that man. I don't know, man. I love magic. I I was very very young child watching magic. And then growing up seeing him play actually did a cameo on TV show. I did like I'd love magic that. I don't know what I wish I was smart enough to know. Exactly. What to do? I enjoy watching the hell out of him and stuff. But right. So on a second. So magic showed up on what did a guest about on this sitcom, I had I had it was like all these sports characters in my head. So like if my character is debating whether or not he asked the girl out he turns over and Mills Lane is they're going to do it. Is that for real? Breath. Was there? And so one point it was my characters like, I don't know if I'm a score cut to Bill Walton standing there going you're gonna score. I swear it's going to happen. And so that was the show in one point magic was on. And I was sitting with magic we're doing an elevator scene. And they were like breaking good you stand up a little taller. And I was like guys he's I'm sending x magic who's, you know, six six and goes goes six eight sorry my, but yeah. So magic is on the show. I don't remember Mills Lane on inside Schwartz was member. I have a boxing glove with his signature on. I made sure to get everyone to sign everything. Bo Jackson was on point. I said and bows hips were really tough at the time. And I said let me ask you net. Was by the way, this is an obnoxious thing to say VO Jackson don't ever. Do it. Your question right now who would win in a foot race without missing. A like me. But you don't matter, and it really it was like, this the athlete spirit where he's like. Yeah. It doesn't matter if I'm hurt or not. I'd crush you. Because it's all I do for a living. You know? I wouldn't let you live wouldn't let you win you lilliputian. Boy. So well, I mean when you start messing with pride. Yeah. And prideful athletes as goats. Yeah. My parents are Donna is getting in my ear. I guess going down the IMDB page of inside Schwartz Buckner on Bill Buckner was Buckner on. And then did you ask him who could right now who could fill the ball? The ground. Bill Buckner came on was lovely. And they said they kind of the producers, and I never grown baseball. Very well, I didn't know baseball. So I knew the I knew the visual Buckner, but I know his name, really. And so they told me it was and they said, listen, also don't mention it. He hears about it every day of his life. Don't mention it. And I'm like, no problem. I'll be respectful Bryan Callen who's a stand up who's. On the show Brian people on the planet Brian's there too. And they're telling us together. Like, you know, just don't mention it. Cruise over it. He comes in Bill. Hey, doing brecca Martin Schmitt. You Brian come out of the held. You miss it. Jim is it and Bill kind of just like never heard that, you know? And but he signed doll for me now. So yeah, Bill was great hidden someone for Kalomo. Kelly kick counting heard about talking about the elephant in the room. There was no chance he wasn't going to do it. It's like comedic Terance chances not gonna say it, and yes, we'd Buchner on. And all these all these people were pretty mad. Tony Gonzalez and all these people is really about the on the hall of fame, dick Butkus, dick Butkus. I mean, sure he must I don't think. I mean that that's kind of like football acting royalty in dick Butkus, his everybody. Yeah. Magic Bill Bill Walton where do you keep all these items? They just in your house. Mike. I didn't know how to like display because it wasn't like they're not mine. And as I got. Yeah. I have I know where they are. Okay. You know that they know where it is recognized here on the on the rich Eisen show. So we you had mentioned you're you're heading off to play some golf. I'm gonna go play golf. There's a Rio de Murray brothers of Bill Murray and his brothers have a cherry thing in Saint Augustine. I'm gonna go play in that. And Bill was the voice of Garfield in the to Garfield movies. I did we met words. But yeah, so yeah. And I'm not a very good golfer. Brian Doyle Murray wrote Cacheris, okay, shocking. He'll be there. They're playing. He's got one of the famed lines of Caddyshack to pick up that blood. You know, he he plays the he's the he's the caddy. Faster. Pick up that blood. Yes, I'm gonna go play with them. But you don't play just going I play a little bit. And it's just so time consuming, you I know, but you I'm I'm wondering how it hits you because I was able to watch with my kids tiger win the masters. Yes. And that really I mean, I was really they get back to make today. I mean, in a way, my daughter loves the name, Tiger Woods and just again just seeing tiger. He just looks inviting you know, so she kinda dig it. Yeah. But for at least, my sons, I kind of felt like, you know, instead of that, you know, use the phrase used before like the old man talking that me tell you about tiger. Yeah. Sit down and let me tell you. This was the last. Yeah. I sort it sounded like that. Right. And now I'm able to say that shot on sixteen. We just saw ROY almost jarred it from the T, boss. That's the Tiger Woods. I'm talking as he's putting the jacket. It was kind of big. Yeah. Kid. Yeah. Those really neat. When the kid ran his mom was there. Like all that. I'm all for Nozoe knock on whatever would because I know nightmare. That's what I don't have back pain. I don't have a back issue. Right. And the fact that I mean, they're shots. Whereas, you know, holding holding holding. I don't know if it's putter putter where he was on his knees. This guy's trying to do. The one thing is incredible at body won't let him raise a nightmare. You know, the idea that so it makes it that much sweeter. When you're sitting you actually would have pulled together. And after I don't know how many surgeries had was like with three or four. It was insane. By the way, needs just one. Yeah. One back. I started playing golf for fun. And I wasn't very good at it. And I was playing about five months playing with my inlaws at the time, and I had a hole in one. And if you've been playing for five months and have a hole in one that people have been playing forever and haven't right? And they're your in laws that don't like you very Brian that happens, and you know, so I stopped done. I think I just I just golfed a hole in one and you're done so good night. Or was it picked up a little bit later. We're doing Franklin bash. Mark pullen. I got kind of rebuilt by the bug. We've had Mark Paul on here too. You're right. To long for you to. I mean, like we've had pretty much everyone from your ozo- senatorial. Bill Hader, first time he's ever opened in great Brechin Mark up here in the rich Eisen show. So what what do you play? I mean, I played oddly enough oddly enough with my stature, I played basketball lot. And it was my that's my main addiction you were in that famed pickup game around this town. Right. I mean, yeah, I've played I played a Gerry Jerry sham Shanley's game for about ten years. I I've I've heard what in the world was that the house. He would just have heard about it, and Gary is the best. I my makeup artist was his makeup artist. You know, very mainly. That's what you get into most basketball games makeup artist. Gary and also I knew my makeup artist face because he was on because like, Gary there's that will Larry Sanders. His makeup are on the show was his makeup artist. Bruce, a really Bruce Grayson on the show is Bruce Grayson his makeup guy. Right. And I started talking to Bruce about and I love playing basketball, and he invited me one time. And I was then I stayed for thirteen years. Every sunday. I'd go play ball. Gary's. And what was his game? Like, it was was a it's it's a half court three on three to seven and by ones and twos. And it's a quick game. But it's also the funniest game in the planet because you got whether it's will Ferrell or Judd appetizer. 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"terance" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"terance" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"You know, forty eight hours after it happened or in the case of exit interviews less than twenty four hours. I agree. There was a wrong time to put anybody as awkward as it is and Bill or was correct. In his in his column that it looked like you were basically just putting the kids out there or a Barack Terance who probably aren't going to be there next year as the ones having to take all these questions, but you'd have to make sure you handle this, right? The first time somebody from the organization takes questions on this. They gotta handle it. Well, yeah. And they should put them through a an intense session of. Here's what you're going to get asked. It, you know, and they need to everything from if it why do you think magic decided to do this without talking to you? I why do you think magic didn't say nice things about rob? When he was given the opportunity to. I guess magic has tweeted something after the fact that that is not being believed among those who tweeted out that I don't believe that. But it's it's out there. And I I think the Lakers made the right decision. Not speaking that night. And every I thought genie statement was excellent. She she took the high road. But I would not have put her out there on exit interview day. And I'm I think though somebody in in you need to be within a month somebody needs to get in front of some. No, I mean, they they need to have they need to have these decisions made within a month as somebody probably week. That's when you know, the next time we hear from genie. Rod very well may be when they announced what they're doing. But I hope I hope they do do it within a month. All right. Any came in at t's information. I'm John Ireland. Mick cronin. The new UCLA coach in the top of the hour in about twenty minutes on ESPN LA. All right Mason in Ireland show, Andy Chemnitz. And for Mesa claims he is concussed. So he will get some medicinal medicine and hopefully be back with us on Monday. And. And we may you know, this story changes almost daily. What is by the way? What are the current results of the poll read the poll again for people just tuning in? How you worded the pole. Yes. And by the way, I just wanna say because the I actually did a good job of making it very well, non biased. Great giant doesn't tilt the pull one way or the other. It's a great job in terms of making the poll, honest. It's terrible job in the sense. That people I think believe I think this is a good idea but poll at Cambrai, there's a topic. That's being around today's Mason in Ireland from twelve to three on ESPN, Los Angeles AK in for Venice Mace Koby Bryant as the new president of basketball operations for Lakers. Good idea bad idea. Eighty four percent say bad idea. However, the ratios are all people coming at me. Yeah. Afraid of. Yes, I'm getting killed. And this isn't even my own show. The you hate Kobe. He does I'm not even I'm the one who who who perpetuated that rumor for years. Here's the thing though. These people all think, I hate Kobe. Why would they think I think this is a good idea? Yeah. That's a good point. You can't have it both ways. All right. So one of our tweezers era Messer lane era. Butchered your last name says Ireland you keep saying that the people up top love, rob. But you keep dodging the question of why please give us reasons why they love, rob. Well, if they were talking which obviously they're not they would tell you that now I guarantee somebody's gonna come near and say Ireland says this will no I'm telling you what that or gator. Yeah. They would say that they see a guy who's in the office every day who's working really hard who works well with the upper tiers of management. I would I would say Andy that everybody knows people that are good at this. I'm probably not good at it Mason's a little better at it at manage. Ching up. Yeah. Rob has managed up very well. The owners of the Lakers, really like him. And I know that the the other people at the top.

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"terance" Discussed on Voiciety

Voiciety

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"terance" Discussed on Voiciety

"No in as you were talking about pronunciation, I was even thinking of the different English, speaking regions, and how they have different voices on not only on Alexa, but on on Google as well that matched the accent in the pronunciation for that specific region. So obviously, we speak English. But our accents are are wildly different in the way that we generally pronounce words, even though it's the same language. So I was thinking in similar languages. Well wonder what the support for accents? And pronunciation will look like in the future. Yeah. And that's kind of exactly what I'm interested in at the moment. And I'm looking to a today fed just this idea that there is such very busy and also. This kind of very -bility within along which like, you just said American English as English then even like, you know, very -bility within America self within UK itself is so much, you know, the kind of famous agenda if you've seen that YouTube video of Scottish person in elevator. Yeah. Yeah. You know, this kind of idea that even within English itself are lots of accents that just accounted for yet because it's not very much data and all this kind of stuff, and that problem is exerted by David more when it comes to donate speakers of English, especially lead is English. You might not necessarily have a kind of general grasp of the sound system yet still kind of developing on. It's a shame that that, you know, I think in the future that's not going to be the case in. That's hopefully will I'm going to join a contribute to will. So you mentioned that this was primarily focused on Alexa, in one of the other major platforms is obviously Google Sistan. In win the things I just learned about a week ago. Was that with the conversation API for Google assistant? I believe in I could be wrong, but I believe you can access the the raw voice to text input. That was used to access that intent versus Alexa, only gives you the slots that user hit with that. Intent do you think that having that raw input that the user used to access the intent would be helpful in the language learning process, or do you think that it wouldn't actually improve the language learning model that much I think that'd be really helpful is actually one of the things I am gonna when I was thinking about this project wish that was available in Alexa, because with something like that you can generate confidence schools of how close they Terance was to the kind of. Would that it mapped self onto say if? In. If you go if you had access to that role dicey, you could do some kind of calculation like that. And that's when you start to become from binary feedback to a bit more of a detailed pronunciation feedback. Seek aside something like great job that pronunciation was eighty percent, correct. Or, you know, in Radi close to the actual pronunciation, you can start to kind of grade pronunciation a bit more detailed when you have the information so access to more of those little bits of data. That's kind of hidden behind the processes of these voices systems would be brilliant for this kind of stuff. So I think thinking of because a lot of voice lacks visual context. I was thinking in my head. Certain learning activities if they apply from the classroom props to the the virtual assistance in vice versa. What activities actually work well in activities, don't work? Well, and I was also thinking about multi modal so like multi modal experiences specifically like Alexis presentation language, which allow you to display videos, short, videos, or pictures, along with the phrases themselves. Do you have any thoughts on language learning for virtual stints if you had a multi modal experience like if you said an apple a picture of an apple would appear on the screen or another thing I've seen is like a almost a karaoke style..

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"terance" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"terance" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Marco werman. This is the world. Tens of thousands of Venezuelan went into the streets today to send a message to their embattled President, Nicolas Maduro, they went Madonna and the Venezuelan military that supports them to let the aide in desperately-needed shipments of food and medicine have been stopped at the border with Colombia because Madero says the aid is really just a ruse something for the Americans to use to overthrow his government. The BBC's Orla Guerin sat down to speak with Madero in the capital Caracas. She asked him if he's confident that he has a support of his people, then why wouldn't he participate in a new election made era, leasing oral please. It's a war traded got in light. And it's a political war of the United States in Pyo of the interest. The extreme-right today governing if the plan that rules the White House to take over Venezuela. And they have created communicate. Diplomatic Trogir their warmonger here or there to take a lot of benefit. Do you really think that looks Slann are ruling America be I believe that the extremists sector of the white supremacist Klux Klan is in charge of the United States? I believe it's again of extremists. So as President Trump white supremacist, Lois he publicly and openly he has encouraged fascist tendencies neo-fascist a Neo Nazis within the United States in Europe in Latin America, it's an extremist tendency that hates the world. They hate us. They believe us because they only believe in their own interest. You know, interesting in the interests of the United States to in this battle that we're leading for Venezuela. I tell you it's about of the beyond our country out of over Mon, I call upon the people of the world wake up open, your eyes to see that it is an aggression against a peaceful country. Upper limit advanced has many problems like many other countries in the world. And if you really want to help. Venezuela. You have to support peace say, no to the intervention the early Norling Terance Garin press Madero on why he's preventing that aid from entering the country. As I said earlier, we're talking food and medicine that's just sitting in warehouses across Venezuelan border in Columbia, then Emma, parolee McLeod appro in by Rona. Do we have problems? Yes. But then it's it's not a country with hunger than still has very high levels of access to food and the stereotype, the stigma, no hunger..

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"terance" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"terance" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Ours today. What's on your mind? Drew? Call the call up there get going with that. All right. Northern california. Hey, Ben twenty-seven. What's going on guys Yemen? I just had a question. My mom's been kind of experience short term memory loss like kinda mixing thoughts and kind of repeating things that time throughout the day. And I was wondering if there's like different diagnoses for early onset Alzheimer's like the could possibly depression or stress or like psychosomatic induce. That's not the differential. I mean. Yes, there is something called pseudo dementia which people argue about whether it exists, but that is not what you're describing here. Tell me more. She having any weird emotional outbursts such thing as semantic. He is having emotional kind of outburst. Kind of like. Sorta like, yeah. I mean it motion operas, I guess I would describe them. There's something called frontal temporal dementia that this kind of sounds like she little bit child-like. A little bit. Yeah. And is she seen in Raleigh? Had surgery on her coal and she had like a remote. True. Were we talking about this once that after surgeries this presented itself some ways, but she's been kind of presenting like this? You know, I I would say before that just I mean, I guess I'm just trying to throw out anything increase. Does she use spray on Terance? Because the aluminum drew your body's like a radiator. Okay. If the flush they get toxins build up, they need has been of you know, on and off prescription drug abuser. Would did she ever have any may? We'll be using again. I mean, that'd be easy expert using benzodiazepines. Oh, really? Yeah. Bemis? Okay. Denise benny's, benny's were tenure. Perpetrates or maybe their speed speed. But wind combining benzedrine. Yeah. All right. I like saying though, it you think it could be just expended. Is she oughta much bentos? I'm pretty sure. Oh, well, yeah. For sure what's going on with her. What isn't going on with her? I think would be a better question, which she if she's a drug addict, she should not be on benzel days of pain. That's that's crazy. Drew the longest in this crazy plan of ours. Yeah. I realize that. There's a lot of. We're not doing people favors by doing people favors. Oftentimes, that's true. Go ahead fill that out flush that out. So there's a lot to that. I have said a million times. You should be cooking your child breakfast in the morning, and then sending them to.

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"terance" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"terance" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"And so somebody submitted on Instagram and insta- grammar that we should do like really easy ass recipes or something like that. But I think that we should maybe instead do something that we actually cooked this week. So it'll inspire us to cook an all of our listeners to cook. So they can also submit the things that they've made. So Sammy what is something easy that you cooked this week that you liked or didn't like doesn't matter. I'm going to be honest. I haven't coach anything because I just got back. But I told you I put the chicken on the George Foreman. Got burned. But like had I not been checking my mail George Foreman. No. I was just too lazy to put it in a real thing. We, but how do you know, you you cut it open? Right. That's how I can't. I can't do that fucking type Eli. I cannot make I can't cook chick. Cut it in half to it's done. Yeah. I can't Kozhikode properly. But like, whatever maybe maybe improve. What did you cook? I cooked I cooked a lot. But one of the things I cooked was so insanely salty that I had to throw it out rusty, and I've took a bite into it. He's just like trying to hide his disgust. And like this is really sold. He's like. And so I'm like, I'm so sorry. Like, it's not a big deal, whatever. And so from then after that, I cooked like normally salt like I didn't actually put that much salt on the chicken, and it tastes good. I'm really just made like chicken on top of a salad with olive oil. Right. I chopped up like these colorful tomatoes comedic different. I love those. I always is really cucumbers. And I always put off cutting those things and prepping it, but I decided to do it. Right. And then it's made for two days. And it was great for both of us a lot. So that's great. Yeah. Nothing that crazy, but really good with olive oil no-salt. Okay. Okay. Let's be right back. And then we'll be right back. Speed forgetting about your resolutions. I completely forgot like two episodes ago. I was talking about using more like environmentally safe product. And this obviously is something that's kind of like always in the back of my head. But you know, it's hard to keep in the front of your head. But we have a solution that you actually need to make this year getting rid all the sketching, greedy, and your once and for all so you can ditch the aluminum, my mom is always telling me like get the aluminum away from your boobs keep it fresh with coconut deodorant from cope Hari. I mean, I try to you aluminum video Terance, but this one is really really awesome. If smells really good it's formulated with plant based actives like sage oil and coconut oil. So it lasts really really long smells, really really good at smells like sweet coconut milk in every my God. It's not too much. Yeah. It's not too much, and it just it just sort of adds a little bit of sand. And then you feel kind of good about. Yourself because you aren't putting harmful chemicals.

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