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Rep. Tim Burchett: UFO Whistleblower Has No Reason to Lie
"Gotcha good I thought we lost you for a second so you were in the hearing yesterday appreciate your time by the way you coming back you blew me away last time with our interview so much so we put it on the weekend show so you have these whistleblowers up there yesterday about the UFOs and one of the first things I've noticed is that they don't seem to have any direct information about what happened is it can it concern you a little bit that everything they seem to know especially David Groosh seems to have else come from someone like a hearsay thing how do we know they're being told accurate information it's not some big distraction yeah I've thought about that too but the pilots are the ones that I was actually and chase these guys these things down and then got the tic -tac video I'm convinced that a legitimate deal 100 % and they they have no reason to lie I've talked to too many people in this in these fields that have been out there and seen this stuff and so I it's it it's real I'm not too worried about him either because we tried to get him in the skip and he denied access to it because of I say is his security credentials and expired and we haven't really been able to get a good thing on that and we're writing a we're getting a letter to the speaker and trying to get us in back get him in the skip with us so he can tell us because there's a lot of it it's hey I understand it it's confidential and all that but but we have got to we've got to get to the bottom of this thing it's just a huge cover -up and it's and so I'm just I'm convinced that it's real
A highlight from Is the Government Hiding Aliens? With Matthew Pines
"So he's had contacts and connections. And he just was like, I'm curious about this. I'm not going to let like, you know, the editorial stigma kind of dissuade me from like, you know, digging under the rock. And so we did because he had the sources. His sources told him, you know, off the record, there's something here. You should like, you know, don't let go of this story. Like there's something to look at here. And so we did and he wrote this book and he got, I think, among the more impressive kind on of detailed the record statements. And one in particular that stuck out to me was an on the record statement made by a senior naval science and technology officer named Nat Kovitz, who was dying and basically told him after several months of like them developing rapport, you know, Ross kind of asked him, you know, the question like, were you ever aware of, you know, U .S. government programs to retrieve or reverse engineer non -human technology? And he said, yes, don't talk to me anymore about it. And he put that in the book. And then subsequent, he has reported that Nat Kovitz before he died gave him a bunch of other names of people in these programs that, you know, led him ultimately to David Rush as well. And so that is, it's kind of an aggregation of things, but again, it's all firsthand hearsay. So, I mean, I've held clearances in the past, but I'll tell you right now, I have not worked on these reverse engineering programs. I do not have firsthand accounts. That's why I'm 90%, not 100%. So until the government comes out and shows me the things, I'm not going to be 100%. There is no present physical, observed evidence that we can see. There is hearsay. I mean, again, a picture will be, people will debate a picture too. People will debate a government statement. People will always find some reason to doubt whatever level of evidence that's meeting some threshold for the median observer. So what about the Tic Tac video? Yeah. I mean, David Rush, you know, in his official position as the UAP task force lead was, that was one of the reports that they investigated. And he, yeah. Can you explain it to me? Cause like, okay, we're seeing something, but I can't tell the speed. That's all I'm seeing is a white Don. So I think it's better if we have the audio too, cause you can hear the pilots talking it through. I saw this, I'm pretty sure I saw a Rogan. Yeah. I mean, this one's been poured over, you know, ad infinitum. There's a whole fleet of them. Look on the ASA. Oh my gosh. They're all going against the wind. The wind's 120 knots to the West. Don't go Alting, dude. That's not an LNS though, is it? It's not. It is an LNS, dude. Well, if there's a thing, it's rotating. So this, I'm just gonna pause it. Is this where we have like the transmedium craft? Well, let me take two things, right? So what you just saw there, I believe was the flare camera footage from, I think it was an F 16. I could be wrong on that. I don't remember all the case details, but David Fravor and his wingman were doing their that radar return was being seen by some of the fleet. So they redirected themselves to go look at this object that had been tasked to look at. When they got there, they saw this Tic Tac looking object hovering, kind of bouncing off like a ping pong a little bit just above the water. The water was a little bit disturbed. David Fravor comes in and tries to do a maneuver to investigate it closely. The Tic Tac kind of does this like counter move, like circles around and then like pops off like a gun, like a bullet, and just disappears and shows up at their cap point, I think like 60 miles away. That was like the initial encounter. They were turned into the aircraft carrier. Then I think another sortie was launched, other pilots. And they said, yeah, go out and try to take a picture or try to get a video. And that's where they got this video, was someone going out and trying to find it again on radar. Yeah, I think they were on a podcast. I think someone was describing, they like go out and run circuits, right? And when they're on these circuits, they used to see them almost daily, apparently. That's a separate kind of set of observations from people who have come out publicly. Ryan, oh God, numbling his name. His name is, his Twitter handle is uncertain vector. But he's another senior naval pilot. He actually now has like an association going to Congress just on aviation flight security to help make it like less of a taboo for airline pilots and other pilots to report seeing these objects, which there is like a strong taboo and punishment if you do that in the commercial aviation sector now. But he went up and they reported seeing these all the time. You know, and the radar operators would see these things coming from 8 ,000 feet to sea levels in like half a second. They would see swarms of these objects on the radar. It's kind of an open secret if you talk to folks in the military that they see these things all the time as you're reporting like in almost every domain. And that's why the US Congress, when they put in place these escalating provisions starting in FY 2022, National Defense Authorization Act to the FY 2023, National Defense Authorization Act, you know, very explicit language like dialing up the heat on the Pentagon and the Defense Department and the intelligence community. And they shifted the language from unidentified aerial phenomenon to unidentified anomalous phenomenon. And in the statutory language, which is going back to like my analogy of like in the clearing, like where you, you know, where you're on safe epistemic ground, just read what has been already passed in law. Just look at the language in the, you know, the policy guidance that the Congress has given the authorizations to the Pentagon intelligence community that have been that were unanimous yet or unanimously approved by, you know, very sensitive committees in Congress and passed and now are in force. They have very explicit language. If you just read the language, I think your eyes would open. And so that's like one of the first indicators, as I mentioned, like overseeing what you're shifting was the shift from unidentified aerial phenomenon, which was like the rebranded term for UFOs, because they didn't want the same sort of baggage to carry over. Then they said, well, actually, we're seeing these things not just in the air, we're seeing them in space, we're seeing them in the ocean. So the term shifted to unidentified anomalous phenomenon, specifically to categorize the transmedium aspect of the observed behavior, things moving from water to air to space and back. And that is that is the characteristic anomalous performance characteristic that is now officially being investigated by, you know, the Pentagon. They have an office. This is their job. And Congress just now got them fully funded to do this job. So they're picking up something on underwater radar as well. Yeah, I mean, they have their own name, like, you know, U .S. Oats, underwater, under surface objects. The fact that they keep getting spotted off the coast of the U .S. pushes me to the idea, I wonder if this is a physics advancement within the U .S. Government, because it's not like it's happening in Australia, India, UK. Well, I mean, there have been reports globally. And in fact, if you believe Sean Kirkpatrick, who is the director of this office, Arrow, he's a senior intelligence officer, scientist, Ph .D. His job is to run Arrow and he's collecting global reports from our global sensor apparatus. So the U .S. Government has a massive global surveillance system. You can imagine space, everything. We can see lots of things. And he is now put in place where he can collect what we're seeing from all these different sensor systems. That was one of the main objectives of the people that were pushing for this sort of process to stand up was getting the data coming out of all these different sensor systems, say, space -based collection systems, underwater space collection systems, radar systems, pilot reports, which were in their own very compartmented silos, to put those into one place, looking at the raw radar track logs to see what maybe was not classified. Because the way we do these detections is you see lots of things, right? The radar picks up lots of things in the raw returns. So we have specific classifiers, things like AI signatures that say, this is what an ICBM looks like, this is what a MIG looks like. And so it only cues or alerts to a human operator when it sees an object that's been sort of precategorized as something of interest to the military. We don't have we haven't had classifiers built for these things. At least that's maybe we do. Maybe we don't. But the allegation is that, you know, there's a lot of things maybe that were observed, but maybe not officially categorized. And so what he has done, apparently, is create classifiers specific for these signatures to then look across all these different domains to identify these anomalies to do his investigation. And they've seen them around the world. He's had a map where he sees them all. And of course, there's always been anecdotal firsthand reports of people seeing weird things around the world. China also stood up their own UAP thing.
Newt Gingrich: McCarthy Is the Only Way to Save Conservatism in D.C.
"But newt went on to shred this small group of Republicans who are threatening to prevent McCarthy from becoming speaker. This is not about Kevin McCarthy. This is about the right of any 5 members to basically throw away the entire rest of the conference until the rest of the conference that doesn't matter. Why would they do that? Them in the conference. Newt, that makes absolutely no. Why would they do it? I think it's a psychological problem. These guys can't, they can't count straight. They can't play tic-tac-toe. They can't accept victory. And this is a moment where the freedom caucus could claim victory and conservatives could claim victory. You're going to have given what McConnell has been doing in the Senate. McCarthy is the only hope for conservatism in Washington right now. And to undermine him, I think is to undermine conservatism undermine the Republican Party and frankly undermine the country.
"tic tac" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
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"tic tac" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"Thank you for clearing that up. I'm sure the government who was looking into this will totally understand what is going on. I don't know if you know this, mister president, the queen has COVID. Mike, you have COVID. No. Mike Pence doesn't seem to think he has COVID. Not Michael, not Mike Pence. The Queen and Queen Elizabeth of England has COVID. What are your thoughts on this? Mike, your drag character from Friday night says COVID. As you guys know, I like Bohemian Rhapsody, became really into English people, so he does, sometimes he does drag shows dressed as the Queen of England. So his character has covered. Now the real queen of England has COVID. While we hopefully she beats it very strongly the way I did, she's tough. She's a little bit she stuff. So we wish her a strong and speedy recovery and hopefully she gave it to Meghan Markle and nobody else. You got over COVID very quickly. Are you going to maybe call her up and she is an ally and maybe give her some tips on how to be COVID as quickly as you did? And no, but I have talked to her son, Prince Andrew, and told him that our prayers are with him. We're out with any kind of advice. Just prayers. But I'm talking we're praying for Prince Andrew, because he's been accused of very nasty false things that, you know, I was there. I was with Jeffrey Epstein when we were, you know, when he was, I saw when Jeffrey Epstein was, yeah, the woman was, I think, grooming his penis area. Okay, Andrew, Andrew was behind her, so it was kind of an interesting devil's drying, that was sort of thing. And I said, Andrew, what are you doing? And he said, just giving this young lady a proctology exam. And I said, oh, well, excuse me. Okay, you're the medical professional. So I know that he's been accused of very wrong things that are very false. And I know he's just looking out for the health of that 9th grader because as you know, like 9th grade is a lot of health problems that can happen. And they turn that, they turn a nice deed, a nice deed into something bad, and that's what their radical left will do on cancer culture. And that's why social Prince Andrew is very welcome on truth social. Okay, well, Chris Andrew, if you're hearing this, please sign up to true social immediately. You will not be pending you would be automatically accepted. Mister president, the last piece of news I want to get into, I know you are very close with Vladimir Putin, have you heard any Ukraine Russia updates that.
"tic tac" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"And your wife, Melania, Transylvania. Well, we'll go with it. She is into it. Yes, and the yes and which is what my improv sexual assault coach used to tell me. You learned that in the groundlings? Groundlings and pound links when a woman says no, you say this is not good improv. It's actually yes and I've had many women say no to me. And I say, obviously you didn't study second city or the ground in panelings because you're supposed to say yes and they go, no, no, no, and I go, well, we're going to keep at this until you get the lesson right. Let's go strong improv. Well, Melania is into NFTs and I believe, you know, I've seen some of our movies. She released a third collection commemorating you, mister president. And I think this is a little sketchy, she's auctioning all these NFTs, you don't know what you are buying until you buy it. So you're bidding for something, you don't know what it is until you win that bid. The only answer a little sketchy. I think it's exciting. I think it's sort of a mystery. It's like, will it be a picture of our stupid face? Would it be a picture of her stupid eyes or would it be a picture of her stupid clothing? Will it be a picture of her stupid decorations? Or will it be a strong orgy sex tape she did in Transylvania? Who knows? It's going to be it's a great mystery. Seems very stupid. Don't ever say that about melatonin. Do you read some of a bit of check or do you say you don't say it? We were getting along very tech stuff, and now you will never be back on the show. My apologies. I wanted to ask you. Yes. I'm sorry. Excuse me. Yes. Excuse me. Not accepted..
"tic tac" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"Now, this president, one of the ask you a couple more questions about truth social. I wanted to know in true social what celebrities have signed up for true social so far. Besides yourself and your family. Sure, great question. We've got Kevin sorbo. Remember Hercules? You're on strong people. You want strong people. So we got Hercules, not a lot stronger than that. We got Scott baio, okay? And I had to tell him, by the way, and Trisha Charles is not in charge. Diamonds in charge any laughed and got somebody else slow. That I get a I get emotional thinking about all the great people joining truth Cheshire shrug free speech movement and then of course Kirk Cameron will be forming a true social for Christ a very nice hashtag and group. Although we don't call it hashtag obviously and through the social, what do you call it? A tic-tac-toe for poor people. So if you're, you know, oh, we don't call it trending. We don't call it trending. We call it lynching. So we say, what's lynching on truth so sure right now? You're getting very emotional about this app that you have. I mean, I know you've worked a lot really hard. I've worked so I've worked, here should have seen me. I fired so many people who were working on this. I worked so hard to find these people. And when you're talking about free speech and giving a home for great people, we're talking about great people who love their country. And we're giving them a chance to have a true and social platform that won't describe it, it makes me emotional. So when we have trending, you say it's a lynching. So I was like, what's lynching right now? On truth, Sasha, and you say, well, if you use the poor man's tic-tac-toe. Cameron's Christianity is lynching right now, and drew Sasha, so he's going to be sort of obviously Jell-O, Steven has joined truth social. And we have just a lot of great people. Mike bench tried to join and I have his account as pending. Because we're not sure we want him on Trisha. But we have great Pete Marjorie Taylor Greene. Has already put up two sex tapes with some of her semi her side pieces at her CrossFit gym. So it's and that's what we're looking for. It's great content. It's got great content. She's getting double teamed on a CrossFit CrossFit gym. And it shows that she's fully embracing it. Now boebert, my lovely Lauren boebert. She's joined truth Charles shell. She has put up a bikini pick, so she is technically a bagno rose, so we're very happy about that. But I wanted to sort of maybe do a little extra, so we'll see, I don't know if she's as adventurous as my mean Joe Greene. But we've got a lot of it. I mean, like I said, we've got Kevin sorbo, Scott baio, James Woods. Kid Rock. Okay, good, yes, good rock. I was getting them Kid Rock is there..
"tic tac" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"So there's no cancel culture unless you are talking about yourself. Badly. No, no, if people say Ivanka, you look so hot, you know, I wish they'd turn the temperature down in the room. You're in or if they say to me, show yourself out, phone presidential. We're not going to cancel people to it. Right, I understand that. And then if you're Black Lives Matter, you'll be canceled. If you use pronouns, you'll be canceled. And if you are far to the left and not being truthful, you will be canceled. Is that correct? Well, very good tech stuff. That was good. Obviously, the Alabama is leaving you right now because you said much more like smart Florida. But what I would say is, yeah, there's a simple rules that simple rules are now antifa, now Black Lives Matter. No AOC unless it's specifically says if you are a woman, your profile pick must be you in a bikini top bra or top of AOC wants to join and she's in a turtleneck. If violating these strong pro free breast roles were pro free breast and pro free speech, after a Sasha, okay? And it's called and it's like that women's group has got teddy Sasha and, you know, so it's about the left. They love inclusion. What we're trying to include cleavage and nipples and it's got empowering a great conservative women deserve to feel empowered. I left off and has very ugly women who want to free the nipple. What we're doing is for strong conservative breasts, okay? So if AOC joins, she's got obey the rules, but that's it. It's a simple set of rules. Understand. Mister president, I want to get back to true social, but before we do, I want to bring up today's sponsor and that is been online dot AG that online dot AG been with us for a couple of years now. They are very loyal..
"tic tac" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"Okay. The point is, it's grocery speech. It may look identical to Twitter, but it's actually very different because it's brought truth and pro Trump and pro free speech. I'm assuming something and then in our terms of service, it says that Mike Pence can put on his different mask and anally right there. If you click accept, you click accept. And if you do that, and you say something bad about me, Ivanka, excuse me, right? Freddie and I was thinking pass play and as a father would Ivanka came out accidentally. You have like you said, you know, when you sometimes, of course, you say things as a strong father and things, but this is the kind of stuff that won't be censored country so I'm not going to have to keep on my Ivanka treats in a draft. I can just post Ivanka. You're looking like a total smoke show. Eggplant emoji squirt emoji. I won't have to keep that in the dress. That's going to be out there for sure, because there's no excuse me. My printer very strongly right there. It was a very excited about Ivanka and I kind of bang the printer. At a point is very profit speech. Featuring Saoirse Ronan after we go through our search history and we're going to talk to the truth social studies teach it. We're going to try and get social studies to be changed to truth social studies. Imagine that when we're reaching all the elementary school kids in America and the teachers are going, we're now going to learn truth session studies. And then the kids say, well, I'm going to get on my smartphone at my stupid parents, gave me when I was ten. And I'm going to join truth, show to learn more about truth session studies that search your own and as long as I search history is okay. I want to ask you besides if anyone insults you, they are kicked off of true social. Are there any other rules that people have to abide by on true social? The first rule of truth is we don't talk about true social. And second rule of truth associate is getting guess it. Don't talk about through social. Now use the AdWords. That's actually the second word. Now it's going to be a very pro N word platform. Okay. Not we're not going to have a lot of N words using the platform, but I use that as a term of endearment, but we're going to allow our users to say the N word without cancel culture. That's the only rule. Okay. Oh, no, and don't talk about Trisha. Yeah, you're forgetting my first rule. I got you. Now, can anyone be on true social if you're a Democrat? Can you be on true socially? You tell me black people aren't allowed to be on true social is that. Oh, said that. Well, you said no N words on true social. I didn't say they were about excuse me. That would be racist. Okay. So what did you say? I didn't say they were banned. I said we're not going to have we're not going to have a lot of them because they're so in the pocket of the radical left. So you're not doing cancel culture, but if you're a radical left, are you allowed to be on true social or not? If you are respectful and.
"tic tac" Discussed on Making Podcasts Great Again
"Everyone. Welcome back to another episode of making podcasts great again. I am your tech stuff guy, Jane ag and we are here, of course, with the president of the United States of Mar-a-Lago of America, mister Donald J Trump, mister president, happy president's day. Thank you, you're off to a good start next step. Proper respect, proper honoring. I noticed that unlike the previous tech stuff people we've had, he got rid of the books behind your show, hopefully you've burned them, which is what we're trying to do strongly burning and banning books. So it's good to see that you're now in a strong place without radical left reading. I'm actually in one of your favorite states, I am an Alabama right now. How will that explains the lack of books? We love that. Alabama is so strong for Trump. You know that. And I think it's one of our, it's like a top two or three state for Trump. So you're in good company. That probably explains this is now it makes sense. Now it makes sense, Texas. All of a sudden, the tech stuff guy shows up in a respectful patriotic state and says happy president's day mister president, sir. Right off the top. And that's what it's about. It's about culture. It's not about racism. It's about culture. So when I go to Alabama and a black books up to me in a tuxedo with lemonade and says, Sarah can now feel laminated. I said, that's not racism. And a threatened to beat him if he doesn't serve me lemonade. It's called culture and respect. Culture. And respect. And I'm glad you're learning it. Well, you have from last year, I think it is. You have a tradition with your father for president's day that everyone can check out. Well, now, you know, a lot of people remember when we gave them the sneaky, we snuck in a Fred Trump tradition on the regular poor people episode a few weeks ago. And then all of a sudden, people started contact, oh, sir, do you have a tradition for this segment? What the hell do you think this is? You got one free sample. You don't get that. You don't get when you pay a woman. $20 in an alleyway..
Gabby Petito: Timeline of Missing Woman's Cross-Country Road Trip
"Let me tell you. Notice story about of gabby petito in her boyfriend bryan laundry. Do you feel you and this is why if you have daughters stories like this is the reason why call my daughter three or four times a day right now. Gabby petito and brian laundry boyfriend girlfriend notch normal boyfriend and girl from them have my anxiety going through the roof the zion a little bit so they were kind of like no matter where they would rent truck they would drive all over the country. They would take pictures. They would do blogs right so the fact that she didn't speak to her mother in a couple of days was normal. So you know after a week. Mom said look. I haven't spoke to my daughter what's going on. It was just weird so she reached out to the boyfriend bryan laundry. He didn't answer his phone. He didn't call her back. Seem pretty way called family than in a family would answer So she filed a missing persons report like she should've after filing a missing persons report. Police went to brian laundries house which is out in florida family's house and when they asked. Hey you know wisdom young lady Blog you travel world together. What's going on. They gave him the lawyers number. He got into loyd new to me. They're ready lloyd. Up gave molloy all calculated of leaving the question. He already added lawyer ready. Okay bass right has made him a person of interest kind of weird right you give number. You don't say what happened. They're not talking at all now. His girlfriend is missing his young ladies missing. She's from long island the away. Nobody says nothing. So now they find his body over the weekend in a wyoming on national forest park that they believe the remains are hers so now they believe he's a person interested in now. They can't find him he got. They don't know what he's he's more than a person of interest in. I mean i guess you got the. He's still a person of interest for legal purposes but clearly he's a suspect at this point as the same thing right person interest suspect. I don't know yeah. So a tic tac claims she was a drive-in and brian laundry hitchhiking. He jumped in a car and as they were saying they will go into that same. We call her tucker that. That's that's so insane. I thought i referred are referred to ask taco they said her name is miranda miranda bake- baker said her and her boyfriend seen him he was hitch-hiking he jumped in a car and said hey we go into the park with remains found not that popular with going to the park and he's got crazy jumped out the car and ran off. They said that deal. That was weird but now they're realizing that was probably weird. 'cause that's probably where he knew. The body was lord. Have mercy so i hope they catch him
Ireland Investigates TikTok Over Child, China Data Concerns
"Ireland's data protection commission open to investigations into tick-tock. The first covers how the platform handles. Children's data and gdp compliance generally while the second will at if tic tac is in compliance with personal data transfer regulations to third countries. Specifically china
American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok
"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.
TikTok Reaches 3 Billion Downloads Globally
"Was gonna digress. Just w- just noted that tech. Talk no i i guess i do have a talk show ever post posted. It now take talk is has had three billion downloads. How many people are in the. Us fifty million. How many people in the world. Seven billion three billion downloads. Now i mean does not three billion unique users. Because i know i've downloaded a few times myself personally. You know i do that with tic tac. I download it. I install it a play with it. I wake ice. You know suddenly realize. I've been talking for the last four and a half hours. The guy comes on and says hey you really need to go to bed literally if you if you're on a long enough tic. Tac puts up a video. That says get a drink water. Take a walk. You know you've been really on this for a long time when i see that guy ago I better go to sleep. I gotta work in the morning. When that happens a couple of times. I delete to talk in a rage. No more take talk for me and then a reinstall it a month later and then Rinse lather repeat kind of a thing. It's a love hate relationship. So that's why three billion downloads. I bet you half those people just like me and deleted and download and deleted
Job-Hunters, Have You Posted Your Resume on TikTok?
"Job applicants going forward, calling all recruiters. These are the reasons why you should hire me. That's right. Resumes Harv making their way. To tick talk. That's right. It's a new trend Taking over the nation. The world tick talkers everywhere are trying to get jobs via the app. They're basically taking what they would have put on a piece of paper and saying it throughout 1 to 2 minute videos of them on tic tac dough, and let me tell you something. Some of them are correct, quite creative, including one from clearly Roberts, a student at Brigham Young University in Utah. She's 23. She said She was inspired by Elle Woods. Little montage in the movie Legally Blonde that basically was her like You know her tape. I don't if you've seen legally blonde, Shane, Have you seen it? Oh, yeah. You know, it's kind of my ultra persona actually is I like to pretend I'm in legally blonde? I really have a long haired blond attorney. Yeah, I'm sure I'd like to do when I go home at night. Yeah, I'm sure that works Well, anyway, so give a little look there. Uh, let me tell you something. She she was inspired by illegally blondes, Hollywood's and decided to put together her own version on Tiktok. Oh, hi. My name is Kelly Roberts. And for my marketing internship application. I'm going to tell all of you and take talk Why I would make an amazing injury. So I'm going to stop it there to avoid the cringe iness of the rest of the video. As it doesn't meet FCC standards. If you go beyond those first five seconds, this has become a trend, and it's worked for some people, including Christian Medina, who said he's an aspiring product manager who's gotten six different job leads since posting a tiktok video last month seeking a product management role. Yeah, six in just the last month, so it's working for some people. Now that being said,
"tic tac" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hot take. Maybe not a hot take. But here's the audio from Tic Tac. Okay, So I want to talk about today go outside, and the bag is ripped open. I did the out all the food to the family and I go to grab my food and this was missing. My Doritos Locos taco, not really going to worry about it. We'll just get it. Go ahead and get me a little refund. Call it a day. And then I get this picture from my dasher. Tell me that a Dorito dust on this woman's fingers. Tell me. Y'all tell me this morning, didn't he might Sarko Now what do we think? Did this woman eat the taco that she delivered via door dash? Oh, well, I'd have I'd have to see her hands, but, uh, that is hilarious. Very you couldn't even look at fingers. Right? There's definitely taco dust. In my opinion, my professional opinion on this woman's fingers. Matt, what happened? Oh, yes. She definitely ate the taco. Yeah, no doubt about it in the in the fact that she didn't have Mean, why would you even want to put a picture of you having a taco or after a taco up on social media to begin with the doctor about Look, I mean, yeah, we immediately. Persons dot Go up Look, come on. I've never done the job of being a delivery driver, but I would be constantly tempted to eat other people's food. There's something about it and especially like the things you can eat easily while driving tacos are definitely one of them. I would definitely also fall into the category of okay. I sort of kind of ate a couple things of yours. But get the refund and I'll go back, probably to the store. Get yelled at, maybe pay for the food. I think that this is a challenge that many of us would face if asked to do this job. I mean, possibly, But if you're already there, just get yourself a taco. It's nothing heart fair. That's a fair that there was a terrible person because I was just saying I'm going to get a lot of weight if I'm door dashing, you know if I'm going to be the driver and everything I mean, you order chip away. You order McDonald's I'm eating your fries. That's all the instant I don't think about dishonest person. But I'm going through your stuff and I'm going to eat. Um, I don't often mention this because I make. I think it makes me sound like a young person or millennial. But my mother is a prolific texture of all radio things that I do She just text throughout all the shows. Sometimes I like to read through her text as a recap of what we talked about so far. If you guys have a second for that, she said, great, she said, Great Start, honey. Then she said, Sorry about the call. That was a butt dial while I was listening to you. I'm like, thanks, Mom. She did call throughout the show today. She then said you've never really worn a cow suit to Chick fil A. Have you? That was a topic we talked about earlier. Mom. The answer is no. I never actually warned that to a show, but it ain't over yet. Yeah, it still could happen, she said. Well, this mom won't be one playing video games like there's other ones will maybe candy crush but not like you do it, honey, I don't know why she would take me down from my video game play. That's kind of mean. And then she just texted a second ago about the last story we're talking about. She's like you wouldn't eat a taco out of a bag from a customer. I think I might, though I raised you better than that. Craig Collins. These are my mother's text today again. I know it makes me sound like a very young broadcaster. I can't help it. My likes to listen all the time. I actually this story. She is a sweet woman. This story connects to that as well. These are the things that parents still pay for for their adult Children. This is a list of top things. Maybe we turn this into a game real quick. And you guys try to guess some of the things on the list. I have a list of 10. These are the most often asked for And then parents actually pay for them for their adult Children. Maybe Allison starts you want to take a guess of one thing. One bill or something else that parents might still pay. Um I'm going to say groceries. Oh, my gosh. Number one on the list. I feel like Matt. You very lost. Never version. The game. This is I'm ducking out. Yeah. Um, do you want to try, though you want to USC for number two at a bail bonds. Yeah, Maybe that's just me. Surprisingly, not on the list were also many more questions. So many more questions from Matt. Some of the other things on the list rent in your mortgage that was number eight cars. Parents buy cars for their kids. That was number seven. I know No, I know that cars for kids is a thing. I don't think that's what we're talking about Number six vacations. I don't know who these people are. I know what this is An actual survey number five emergency expenses that makes sense just barely beat out vacations, though a number four random bills, things like cell phone bills or things that are maybe more important. Stuff their their kids stuff for kids when their grandparents so this is something you buy for your child, but it's actually for your child's child. And then household items like furniture came in at number two. I don't understand. I've never had a vacation purchased by Mom. She just text me during my radio show. That's all I get. I will say this I will say that even as a middle aged man, Sometimes I go and see my parents and they will pay for the plane ticket and.
The UFOs the Government Couldn't Explain
"Most ufo stories are typically difficult or impossible to verify at the center of today's story. Though we have eyewitnesses. Who aren't your average. Joe shmoe off the street. They're trained pilots and technicians with years of experience. Working for the us military and the events all happened not long ago. It's the fall of two thousand. Four and two ships are parked about a hundred miles south west of san diego the cruiser uss princeton and the aircraft carrier u. s. s. Nimitz besides the ships crews they're loaded with navy pilots running routine flight drills keeping their skills sharp as they wait for deployment as the pilots hit the skies. Radar technicians back on the ships. Track their flights. It's all pretty standard stuff but sometime around the end of october. A few technicians notice unusual blips registering on their equipment as many as five to ten objects. Keep flying within ten miles or so of where they're running these drills they're all cruising at about twenty eight thousand feet which is too high for them to be birds but they're moving too slowly to be planes. The texts broadcast radio transmissions asking who these aircrafts are. They don't receive any replies. The even recalibrate their equipment thinking the blips could be some bugs in their software. But they're not they're screens keep showing these unidentified flying objects now thanks to pop culture a lot of people here unidentified flying object think alien spaceship despite its very literal meaning. I mean a balloon can be considered a ufo until someone confirms. It's just a balloon in this case the ufo's could be anything. A spy plane a missile or even a drone smuggling drugs into the country so on november fourteenth. Two thousand four the navy. Dispatches squadron commander david favor to intercept the objects whatever. They are but a half hour into david's flight. Radar technicians spot one of the blips. They give him some coordinates and he has out in that direction mentally preparing for what he'll do if the ufo is actually hostile near the ordinance. His plane infrared camera picks up on something and it's directly below him.
"tic tac" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Work care about the balloons. It was ninety bolts of wood and wax paper and bit of rubber care about the balloons. The balloons wanted top. Secret was what they were being used for to stir up on soviet union nuclear tests. That was the secret and of course. That's the climate which comes to have something to just because organization government organizations do tapes sacred or. Try to keep sacred. Another was very good at it. But i do try and keep sacred especially military organizations and as you say private companies so that they didn't electoral property sacred that does happen and i do full-sleeve cetera. It's unfortunate that in this. If that is the situation where he just dependent on having fun. It's encouraged a of you if i believe is especially every famous. Ufo case has been debunked at some time or another. But that's the bunking different necessarily go very far compared to climate. I've got books standing at right. Now run danika. You remember the funding or theories charity to the gods. When i was a kid. I believed to the letter but i was about eight at the time. I the to the national theory and that sort of stuff. He's probably got gazillion number books. You made a lotta money out of it. Well i also got a handful of books. Debunking what he said. My probably sold the hundreds gathered than the millions which is what the best part of the problem. The truth the actual truth. They'll tell us well as the as well i think. I love to dream from a skeptical point of view. It's probably a of the harmless stuff could be a flying saucer from another world or it's a weather balloon. And maybe an you. Top of drone thinnest. Which would you want to believe. Want who believe absolutely fantasies from the spotlight program on you as a couple of weeks back. I didn't say that. I must admit i'm that's what i'm gonna tell them. Someone gave me a report back out the entire history of ufo documentaries right by the time filler. And that's how they just repeating regurgitating the same thing. I i regained pretends being buncrana. Just adding one new little thing to compilation. That is just nothing. Nothing new found was that the united states tested still technology in the australian outback for a while there. I didn't think they did that. And if that bits true that's that's fascinating krasny. No surprise the first question. Every president asks is where do you keep the embodies told me about this government that actually i dare say. Trump is the same thing that bottom and every other president back throughout the nineteen fifties. Probably ask the same thing. Where do you keep the bodies of the. And where's the technology and why we leading the world etcetera. I think has done as a jerk. I signed i seriously. Well not all the president's with that low level of intelligence to take it's like me. Yeah the question to ask then go onto see if they want to be doing a ban on relations etcetera rather than extraterrestrial relations. It's fun thing to seriously students.
Jackpot: New Archives Will Preserve History of Game Shows
"A new honor with the creation of a national archive shows like to tell the truth. The price is right name. Their tune have been entertainment staples since the dawn of broadcasting Now materials from those shows are going to be gathered in the new National Archives of Game Show History in Rochester, New York. They're putting together scripts, set designs, props and more. The archives to be housed at the strong National Museum of Play and used in museum exhibits and traveling shows. Legendary show host Wink Martindale of TIC Tac Dough, Fame, said it's wonderful to hear about the National Archives of Game Show history, stepping up to capture and preserve the legacy of game shows in his first remarks as
Arrests in Huntington Beach After 'Adrian's Kickback' TikTok Party
"Last night? On BC on Channel four had had the first reports of what was going on party organized on TIC Tac is taking over Huntington Beach. Police declared an unlawful assembly hours ago. But that crowd is still out there and has now moved into the downtown area. Revving engines don't know pose promoted a party called Adrian's kickback. It got more than three million views, and this was a turnout 1000 people Officers trying to break up the party around eight tonight when they got rowdy anyway. Spoiler, it continued. And so this morning and by the way, I'm looking, I'm not hearing reports of vandalism or damage there. I'm not 2500 people are probably was But have you seen anything about looting? Vandalism damage? Um, no, no more than that normally is on a Saturday night here in Los Angeles, which, if it's not a riot, it's just partying. So this is
Huntington Beach Party Gets 'Unruly,' Declared Unlawful Assembly; Emergency Curfew Imposed
"A party with invites, sent on Tic tac and spread over social media took over part of Huntington Beach last night. Ah, crowd of thousands of people showed up on the beach and the party got rowdy police declared an unlawful assembly and put an emergency curfew into effect After fireworks were set
"tic tac" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Saw TIC TAC grow. Becoming a major competitors, drawing people away from Facebook and Instagram. So sucker, Berg decides to issue his own warning to Washington. He had been called up to Congress to defend accusations that Facebook had gotten too big instead. He used. This is his chance to deflect attention to China. Here's Senator Dan Sullivan from Alaska. Questioning Sucker burg. Mr Zuckerberg, Quite a story, right dorm room to the global behemoth that you guys are only in America. Would you agree with that? Senator, mostly in America. You couldn't do this in China, right? Or what Ugo and years while Senator there are there are some very strong Chinese Internet companies, right, but You're supposed to answer? Yes to this question. Okay, come. Let's just trying to help you. All right? I mean, give me a break. The answer is, yes. Okay, So thank you. Um senators are all laughing but sucker burgers, looking ahead, barely blinking with a super straight face. Because sucker Bert came before Congress with very specific talking points that Chinese Internet companies like Tic Tac needed to be stopped. He says the issue is bigger than Facebook, and that the rise of China's tech companies where he Huge threat to America is face. One of the key issues here is his Facebook too powerful. Are you too powerful? And do you think you're too powerful? Well. Senator, I think most the time when people talk about our scale. They're referencing that we have two billion people in our community, and I think one of the big questions that we need to think through here. Is the vast majority of those two billion people are outside of the U. S. And I think that that's something that to your point that Americans should be proud of. And when I brought up the Chinese Internet companies, I think that that's a real a real strategic and competitive threat that And an American technology to make you another thing here quick. I want to. I don't want to interrupt, but this was a huge one 81st second Berg. He spent.
TikTok's iPhone & Face ID Infrared Photos Conspiracy Explained
"The video yet? Have you seen it showing a mobile device? Snapping infrared images of an iPhone user. This is circulating around the Internet today, and it's catching many bus surprise in the TIC TAC shared video by breed Thomason, a digital camera using an infrared lenses seen filming an iPhone user observing his home screen. As the iPhone users stares at the device. Thomason's digital camera captures the iPhone. Snapping multiple infrared images every 5 to 10 seconds in some cases now since the video was uploaded to a social media site back in May early May It has garnered hundreds of thousands of views and likes and shares alarming many people catching many off guard now. While the discovery may cause some users to panic, Apple says, this is actually just an aspect of the iPhone that allows users to control their face I d and emoji. Functions. According to Apple. This feature is available in the iPhone X and later an iPad pro models with the 8 12 X Bionic chip. You got the biotic ship I do not know, the company says this feature is part of the new, true depth IR camera. This camera, housed in the in the Black Notch at the top of the display includes a number of high tech components such as the Flood illuminator. Infrared IR camera and the infrared emitter now, officials say, as an iPhone is used, it emits about 30,000 infrared dots in a known pattern when the faces detected, enabling the iPhone X to generate a three d map of that users face according to their team. They say this true death IR camera. And also do this fast enough to support the creation of a three d motion data as well.
"tic tac" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"The tic tac. The videos of like funny people being funny sliding in the D. M Z. Or like I saw one yesterday where somebody it was like giving Bill Gates his photo alone. Dance and so making me laugh, eh? So these guys after 27 years are going their separate ways. Apparently, though, Bill Melinda have had a decades long agreement that Bill could vacation for a long weekend of the beach every year with his venture capitalist ex girlfriend. What Did you know? I mean, I don't. Yeah, well, it wasn't. It's not that Salt, Sultry. I wouldn't say it. Is that all that sexy to think of it, But think of him. I mean, you know, would you get with him? No. See. There you go. So good for a million. Yeah, She already secured the banks. What are you gonna do, like? Get with him? You know you're not going with tracks. What you're saying is that she's not that attractive and but then I guess. Well, that's cool. You're implying, But neither is he. So you know, he's Bill Gates. Whatever. It doesn't really matter. Even if you were good looking. Have you ever heard him talk? He's on another planet, saying about her being unattractive. What I was saying is, if if he had the green light to go with women on vacation, don't you think you pick somebody else? Well, clearly is that of other people? Really. It's a It's a emotional mental connection of some kind. Yeah, but if I got that go ahead, I would go with her. And then I would go with other thousands. Maybe that's why he got the go ahead. Because of her because it's her, you know. Do you think Melinda Gates is like? Yeah, Go ahead. You got to go ahead with, uh, I don't know Instagram thought over here on the island with a ton of that, But I'm saying she probably was comfortable with that and not as comfortable with the idea that maybe God, I don't think it's as well because the chance of her his ax who's like well established, like dropping all these secrets during like, we haven't known about until now. So clearly, their arrangement worked. He was with Instagram thought he's like Sydney should be dropping the message. I guess it's higher risk higher is to go out with those people building this woman and wind glad they dated in the eighties, broke up in the 1987. And that's the year that he met his future wife, Melinda Dillon, and maintained a friendship. In fact, Bill said in 1997 that before he proposed to Melinda, he called and asked her for approval. Well, this is like a Camilla Prince. Whatever the fart name is the former lovers with Melinda's Blessing kept their yearly vacation alive and bill spending a long weekend with and in her beach house on the Outer banks of North Carolina. They spend their get away every spring riding dune buggies, hang gliding and taking walks on the beach and is married to a private investigator. Who is the younger brother of an actor named Kevin Kline, who you might know from many movies in the eighties and nineties, huh? So maybe was all above board. I don't know, but I can honestly tell you and this is my insecurity coming out. Fine. So be it. I if I get married, I am not letting future Mrs Fred. Go on. Yearly getaways with her ex boyfriend. I'm not doing it. I don't care if he's married, not married. I don't care here alone in that He's got some pretty common feeling. I mean, may seem in secure. I guess if you're married and you trust each other In that kind of thing. You know, In theory, you should be able to be like, sure. Yeah. You know what? You can go and have a weekend. Anybody you want, because I trust you. I know you won't do anything. They're not banging. No, I don't know what to do. What I'm saying is very what? Well, who knows what the deal is. But what I'm saying is that in theory, you should be able t Tell your significant other. Yeah, go out and do that, You know, because you're with me and you choose me. And if you want to be friends of this person, and you guys connected in that way, But not all the way, you know, not like we did. Then, sure. Go have a weekend together and talk about your brilliant ideas in philanthropy and whatever. I don't know what they talked about. Have no idea what really smart people talk about, But I would never happen. I would never allow it. What about just like friends, But it's not like a trip, but they're hanging out. And they're just friends. Would you be okay with your significant other being good? Good friends with your ex. I mean, Good friends. I want to say yes. I want to say yes, but I just gotta wonder like Why can't I be included in that like I This is all making me sound more insecure that I am. I just think it's weird, but mainly because I'm not. I'm friends with people I've slept with. I'm not friends with exes, though, and I wouldn't be surprised if someone who I dated or got married, too. Wasn't comfortable with me having an independent friendship with someone I used to date. But I could also tell you I haven't seen anybody seriously enough for for you know anyone to worry about either. Yeah. I mean, my ex told his new girlfriend like right when they started dating, like just so you know, I'm always gonna answer calls. I'm always gonna be there for her. This is the I'm laying down the law now, and I don't think she liked it, but I mean, it's when you become family with someone for that long. It's it's respectable. What is he asking her to come to Chicago and stay with you and you know and have weekends and have weekends? Well, what I'm saying is, though, of course she doesn't You know you're a threat to her, or she feels that way. But what I'm saying I know you. I know you know that. But she anyway, what I'm saying is, you know, he's also not coming to town for Labor Day to spend a four day weekend with you when she's explicitly not invite Yeah, Yeah, when she's not there. Yeah, he comes to town for four days to visit you with me. That's what I'm saying. This is That's the situation we're talking about here. No, no, I'm just a yearly. It's a yearly excursion to see his ex girlfriend at her house..
Does Chlorophyll Water Heal Acne?
"Fill water. Have you heard about. This is something you can drink. Yes yeah no. I i know i know it is but i don't know which one you're talking about. Well there's like there's one that's literally called chlorophyll. Water branded really seems to be popular on tiktok and some other. I've just been seeing it on instagram. Lots of people like these. These supplement trends come and go with company in put out a press release saying that chlorophyll has a hashtag of over one hundred eighty eight million views so then click through the press and i was amazed at how many like nutritionists and dermott they were like reporting some magazine reporting some website reporting and making claims but very guardedly that it helps with acne. And so i went on tic tac tic tac. Sorry tiktok and i was looking at the hashtag. And yes indeed. People are starting to say core. Fil water helps with acne so friends. Can we talk about this. Second i dug into this. We got a lot of extrapolation. Going on and what happened is what i think often happens. With signs reporting there were studies that mentioned chlorophyll and acne. Okay but people are taking them completely out of context and not really looking at it so i just want to tell you what the two studies are. So you can judge yourself Was of ten people was twenty four people not a great size and they talked about topical chlorophyll helping with acne and in one of those cases it entitled show with phil like lotion that had the chlorophyll on it by the way we chlorophyll is a plant pigment stuff that makes plante okay so topically applied in a very small study. It showed a little bit of improvement in acne. This does not mean drinking water with chlorophyll is going to make your acne go away and on that note chlorophyll water doesn't even have chlorophyll in
Why Skateboarding Is About to Be Bigger Than Ever
"They're everywhere, even on social media like Instagram and Tic Tac. There's actually a whole side of Tic Tac refer to a skate talk, where users post clips of themselves cruising around town landing trips feeling absolutely free. Let Ruby Medina is a skateboarder who saw the trend and posted her own video picture, a giant empty pools, Medina skating, every curve and slope as smooth as butter. It has more than half a million views. Honestly, I was pretty shocked. I was like what? I didn't know My video could hit that much, but Medina is not just any tick talker. She works in to skate shops in Venice, California and her parents are the owners. They started the business about 22 years ago, but they've never seen demand like this. Turns out, the industry hasn't either skateboarding soul the growth and sales they could have seen in years. Jeff Kendall used to be a professional skater. Now he runs any chess as skateboard manufacturer and distributor. Companies like his have spent the last year scrambling to need a monstrous appetite for parts and boards. Kendall credits the rising popularity of skateboarding now to social media, plus a few other factors. The pandemic led people to rediscover the outdoors. More girls are getting into it than ever before to Full confession. I'm one of them and the Olympics are including it as a sport for the first time this summer. This is a global phenomenon. This is this is something we're seeing all around. You know, the 80 countries that we sell to the world. They're all seeing an increase. I think that's um By the end of 21, Don't be more skateboarders in the world than ever before. All these new skateboarders aren't just young
China Detains Delivery Worker Who Tried To Improve Working Conditions
"Of 2020. As the year of the delivery worker. Delivery workers helped millions of Americans stay safer during the pandemic, and in China, they fed hundreds of millions of people who were in quarantine. One delivery worker in China tried to improve working conditions, and now he's in detention as NPR's Beijing correspondent Emily Fang reports China has three million delivery workers, and they are everywhere. Outside every apartment complex, an office building. You see them with their bright windproof jackets and scooters. She was young or Mongol, as he is popularly known, was one of them. He worked all sorts of jobs and Beijing food delivery, package delivery and wholesale logistics. But he also made short videos about life as a delivery worker. He put them on throwing the Chinese version of Tic Tac woman. Sure they will make what the teacher he says, is this video delivery workers are people, not robots, but delivery platforms treat us like hogs in the machine, so he tried to organize delivery workers, one of China's fastest growing groups of gig workers here. He is in the podcast interview last September, about how he was detained for a month for trying to set up a strike. Failure only about Italian here he says they could do everything to arrest you fix you with a criminal charge. Sentenced to two years in prison and you change nothing. So do other delivery workers still dare to complain? Well, I dare And then, as big annual political meetings kicked off in Beijing this February, he simply disappeared. Nobody saw you should heart. So NPR went looking for answers. That search took us to remote beat CIA Prefecture and China Southwest infamous for being one of the poorest places in the country. They're in a village tucked amid lush green mountains. We found Mum Drew's father, Jin won Pa. In a small concrete house amid fields of corn. The elder Chen visibly tears up when we asked him about his son.
Use Alexa? Here are some helpful commands
"You likely rely on smart assistance. Like siri google assistant or alexa to get things done on your smartphone but we're increasingly using them at home to thanks to smart speakers and of course it's always nice to find new ways to get the most out of those smart speakers you have around the house. Luckily we have usa today columnist commandos story. Recently it's on tech dot usa. Today common breaks down fifteen alexa command. You wish you knew sooner among its most interesting uses. You can listen for strange. Sounds in your house. The alexa app has a feature called alexa guard. You can set up sound detection than tell alexa. i'm leaving to activate it when you return. Just tell it. I'm home and the guard shuts off another cool feature for alexa. Which i think my wife in particular will appreciate is you can ask alexa to play white noise or sleep. Sounds which is helpful. If say you have a husband who snores and it keeps you up at night so you can do is you can have alexa play. Sleep sounds to hear whatever whatever saudi wanna hear of your choice. You can even get more specific. He can say play sleep. Sounds rain. play a crackling fire. Play four sounds whatever it is and it'll play it for you so again if you have a spouse or loved it's a lot there's a solution. What if the spouse you have snorts. A lot won't wake up can you say lady a play. Jackhammer probably a good idea like that hunter struck while when there are times when everyone's awake alexa can also played thousands of games. If you ever find yourself borders stuck at home there's games including tic-tac-toe bingo rock paper scissors. Blackjack twenty questions and many more now. Hopefully blackjack doesn't cost actual money. Because i think it'd be really big trump. I will say this though. Twenty questions popular one with my kids. So that's definitely great games if you have kids. And they need to be distracted for a while
Facebook moves to dismiss federal, state antitrust suits
"Meantime, Facebook has filed a formal motion to a federal judge to dismiss in antitrust lawsuit. By the FTC, the social network, saying the government is attempting a do over trying to unwind acquisition that got approval years ago. Joining us now for more. Bloomberg's David McLaughlin, who's following the case, David what's Facebook's argument here? Could they actually get this suit thrown out? Well, certainly that's what they're trying to do. So they're trying to knock out of court this very early stage. The case was filed in December. Uhm this is their first formal response to the government. Lawsuit. They make a lot of arguments. But one of the key things that they say is that They said the government's trying to do it do over. They reviewed both of these deals. The Instagram What's up deals? They investigated them years ago, and now they're trying to come back and, um, unwind them. Facebook lists a bunch of services that they compete with Tic Tac Twitter snap linked in saying that the government is ignoring the realities of the competition. That they face what happens next. Now that Facebook has made this move. Right. So the FTC the state to that, dude, what will respond to this and then ultimately will be. We'll go to the judge. There could be, um An argument before the judge. Um and It's certainly possible that it gets dismissed. I think that's probably unlikely, but we'll see. Um and on the on the competitors. I think one of the other key issue here will be well. What is this market? Who are Facebook's real competitors? Is there really a social media market that Just Facebook or their many other players. That's going to be a key issue and in the case Doesn't Facebook have other suits to worry about? Well, the main one really night. Now is this ftp case and the state cases? They're both, um, sort of running in parallel. Um, I think the fact that there are two cases gives the government in other states and the federal government to attempts at undoing these
"tic tac" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Leading Forth Road is an All Star strategic team with three former dizzy senior executives, one of whom is Former Tic Tacs CEO Kevin Mayer. Who, of course also ran Disney. Plus he joins us now, Kevin, Thanks so much for joining us. So is the goal here to create some sort of challenger. Appellate on TV. Oh, John Foley has always talked about Pel Atanas really being a media company, despite all the focus on their supply issues with the bike Yeah, That's good question. Look, I would say that Beachbody already is a media company, and we're gonna try to add. We will add a connected fitness bicycle to the tune into our improvement business model, But we've been in business for 22 years. Successfully. We've grown to over a billion dollars in revenue. This year. We've been profitable. We have over 80 high quality, really premium programs for subscription. In our catalog in the catalog is really valuable and has just really fantastic and, well, a lot of fitness programs. And we have nutrition. So we have 333 legs a stool on day one. We're going to add as we close this fact. I'm reading by next witness, which is a really high quality bicycle, about half the price point of Politan, and we think that has to be really add to the mix very well. Well, time does seem to get All the mind share, though, and I wonder how you think this is differentiated from that and where you think you have a competitive advantage. We have a better advantage we need with contact, and we also have 400,000 more than 40,000 influencers or coaches for beach body in social media, that Dr enormous amount of uptake of our product. So are the advantages we have. You can bring in consumers. We can market to them once very efficiently and this circulating among the three different products are subscription content, which is a great talent from companies. Saw Disney crosses just business earnings. Today. You can see how robust that that industry is in the best sector, then we have connected fitness is a politician does and we'll have a great place and you can be competitive with them. And then we have nutrition, and that's the overall health of illness category So all three of these mega trends are combining to lift. Dude, you're right talents for beach body and that's what kind of advantage of me come at it from a media perspective and we were having in the equipment, and I think it's exactly opposite the politicians doing coming from equipment. I'm trying to be your doing this Right. You're doing this with Tom Staggs, Former CEO and CFO of Disney. Do you have a day to day rolls in this? How involved are you? And if it is more advisory What else do you have your hands in? Well for this back before strode activist in Corpus, the public's back and Tom and I have been very involved in. I'm my official roles as an advisor times on the On the On the board. I will be on the board of His body when we take it when it when we do, the merger will be affected, right the murderer and when that happens after a regulatory review, so I'll be very involved with the team. There is a great team led by Carl Dickler on John finding this co founders, so I'll be quite involved in Beachbody yourself, and we were both very involved in the fact we're all that we're doing some other stuff. I have Ah advisory role with access industries. They have Warner Music Group and Streaming service called his own, and we're like, you know some other things too. Maybe future announcements to make You mentioned Disney earnings. Curious where you think Disney Plus goes from here? It's obviously been wildly successful. What do you think should be next? And what will be next? I mean, do you imagine? You know, ESPN who? Lou Star International all getting rolled into one thing like a Netflix? We did the bundle when I was when I lost his imposter, knees can't possibly decide and I was running through. At the same time, We decided to bundle the three of them together to create a synthesized product become thought. It was a very powerful consumer proposition. Anything. It proved to be. I think those will remain separate, though I'm not a Disney anymore. I have no more particular his head is what their plans are. I think I probably remain separate in the U. S. I understand. In Europe, they're taking some elements of the general entertainment product and Cole and Starr and putting an adding a star Tyler to the Disney plus product. So I think you'll see a little bit of a broadening of that product outside the U. S. I think in the U. S will probably stay a separate services They're doing really well. I'm really happy for the company and happy for the management team and my former teammates over there. I'm there crushing it straight. How do you think Bob Shaye Pack is doing a CEO? Well, look, the results are speaking for themselves. He's he's restructured. The company to looks like he's emphasizing streaming is the same thing I would have done on by think that streaming is that was the future of the media component of Disney. That's also big theme park in consumer products operation. I think he's a look. Where the stock is. Look at the results. No complaints about that. Now you are the CEO of TIC Tac for some three months before the Trump China controversy Now you've got the bite administration looking at the Oracle deal. Doesn't deal happened. How does the story end? It is a really good question. I never thought when I was a tic tac that there should have been added new deal. I think that the there are a few things that are a valid concern..
"tic tac" Discussed on WGN Radio
"More from WGN. Terek Wrong. Who's in displaying the fire started just before 10 30 yesterday morning and quickly consumed the duplex in the 700 block of West Oakton and does planes. Witnesses say. Police and firefighters initially struggled to get upstairs to where 25 Year old has set. The league's Emma Noto and her four daughters died. The Children ranged in age from six. Just one years old. A man who identified himself to a reporter as a family member says the girl's father, Juan Espinoza was at work when the fire started, a neighbor says one called him to find out if his family was okay and says it was a devastating call to get in person Learning is canceled again today in Chicago public schools. His talks between the city and the Chicago Teachers union continue over reopening schools next week. Nearly 3200 preschool and special education students were told is stayed home yesterday after returning to the classrooms earlier this month. Members of this CTU refused to report to schools this week but have been reporting remotely. The union has threatened to strike if CPS doesn't allow all of its members to work remotely because of covert 19 concerns. Mayor Lightfoot is condemning to alderman for their stance on changes to Chicago's immigration policy. Life, which is Alderman Ray Lopez and Anthony Napolitano made racist and xenophobic comments. During yesterday's City Council meeting. The council voted to strengthen protection for undocumented immigrants under the welcoming city Ordinance to change eliminates exemptions, which allow CPD officers Work with immigration and customs enforcement agents. Napolitano says this is essentially welcomes criminals to the city. Lopez agreed, saying it would only increase the bloodbath on the streets. I just have to say shame on you. We can, and we will disagree on policy. And I believe that we must continue to press for immigration reform. Spirited debate, which is at the heart of our democracy. It's not the same as using racist tropes and xenophobic rhetoric that is wrong. It is racist, and I condemn it in the strongest terms possible. Polito No reacted in a statement to the Tribune, saying he has quote never been more disgusted in his entire life, He says he's not a racist. For disagreeing with the city ordinance Insights his past experience as a police officer and a firefighter man from Illinois faces charges in connection with right at the U. S Capitol after a TIC Tac video service showing him fighting with the National Guard. WGN's Pam Jones reports Matthew capsule was charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted area and resisting officers. Witnesses told federal authorities. That capsule was known to be violent and was at the Capitol building during the January 6th insurrection. The video posted on TIC Tac by a third party shows capsule Charge a line of National Guardsmen. Pam Jones, WGN News, three men face federal charges for the robbery of a ups, driver and Carjacking and uber each driver JM. Tenured is charged with stealing a Dodge charger from the food delivery driver last August and a Kia Optima from the victim in Cicero. He's also accused of attempted Carjacking to others who are accused of helping hen yard with the robbery of that UPS truck driver in Oak Park. Now with WGN sports. Here's David. Good morning, the Blackhawks hope to get out of Nashville with a split. They settle for two points from two games. After losing to the Preds in a shoot out to the one they were down one. Nothing in the third quick Pastor Wright Carpenter over the press line to camp left point to Hagel. Top of the right circle. Put it in front. Carbonari, should you scars Ryan Carpenter? You a snake Bennett, the United Center against the Red Wings cashes in here. That was it, though the hawks shut out in the third and the shootout shut out in overtime. Coach Jeremy Colin and trying to get this point across all want the same thing to be competitive this year and show that we can do more than people on the outside, say we could do But there were not control is going to give it to us. We're gonna have to earn that. And it's not just someone if you'd like it. So, like the response today, and now we gotta follow it up tomorrow. Columbus at the United Center. College Hoops to Paul Falls to Saint Jobs. 81 68, Ohio State in Wisconsin. Both win in the Big 10. Notre Dame loses to Virginia Tech Talk about security. Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald Ah contract through 2030. The deal announced yesterday by Northwestern He will join us at 7 39 Candace Parker is joining the Chicago Sky 13 years after the L. A. Sparks made the Naperville native the number one overall pick in the draft, and the Washington Nationals made it official Ah, one year $5 million deal for former Cubs pitcher Jon Lester. Gay medic, WGN sport Now, the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center here's meteorologist Morgan Co. Choir. Hi. Good morning Temps here early this morning, said called in the single digits North and West, if not low, teens and low double digits South and East. We've got winds coming in Northeast today, this morning, at least up to about 10 12 MPH that is bringing our feels like temperatures down to the single digits and even single digits down below zero this morning. Very cold start running anywhere from 67. Degrees below zero for feels like attempts to 67 above today. 25 degrees mostly sunny tonight mostly clear around 11 tomorrow, back near 30 from the Wdm other center. I'm working Coke. My It's eight. Right now. I don't hear the windshield is minus two at Midway. It's 12 at the lakefront this morning. It's 19. Your money on W G and the final results are in for 2020, and it was a disastrous year for American Airlines. The airline says today. It lost $2.2 billion in the fourth quarter. With revenue plunging by nearly two thirds from a year earlier, the airline lost 8.9 billion for the full year after earning nearly 1.7 billion in 2019 more than 41. People are now subscribe to HBO. 18 T CEO says that happened full two years faster than the initial forecast. Or HBO. Max 37 million of those users have subscribe to HBO, Max and more than 17 million are activated customers. The CEO credits the increase in subscribers to the deal with Roco.
"tic tac" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We're joined now by Catherine Hello. How are you? Hello, everyone. So you guys are now influencers, your tic tac influencers. I mean on Asleep to this moment. No insult to the young people that love you Talk. I honest to God do not understand. It makes Twitter look like Shakespeare. I even know how to find Chip dog. I don't even know how to find Instagram. I am completely You know happy? Yes. Zeller do researching for you. Did you did have you had the anniversary of your 1st? 8 42 years ago? Yeah. Yeah, Extraordinary. We heard a story. I don't know if it's true that some something to the effect that Mandy you said to Katherine on your first date. I'm going to marry you. Yes. And then I believe she said to me with her finger up like this pointing at me. You don't know what you're talking about, and I went clear. I took a picture of it and she said, You're an actor and a baby and you're gonna get hurt, And I said, that's okay. Now she's she's pulling her hair out, because matter what story I tell about this, it's the wrong bird. We don't have time on this program for different your rebuttal. Michael Well, Michael Weller, who wrote the play came up to me and said, What do you think about Mandy and I said, Oh, he's great. Wait a minute. You mean for me personally? I said forget it. He's an actor. He's a baby. He's a little bit crazy. No, The next person I'm with is going to be the father of my Children. And he's not. He was 25 years old. I was 31 way wanted to use this occasion to tell you that more rock is actually the father. What's amazing about you, Katherine. And I want to say a genuinely admire this even though when you're telling a story about how you were completely mistaken about something, you're still the smarter Person about memory. No, no, he is the smartest person in the smartest one in the family. It is so true. It is true. It is Katherine. You deserve at least 50% credit. You said the next person and we will be the father of my Children, and he won't be you and you were half right. I think that counts for something. Well, Mandy particular. It's great to talk to you and Katherine you too, But we have asked you here to play a game. We're calling. Tic tac, tic tac tic tac. So you are tic Tac stars now, so we thought we'd ask you three questions about the original tic tac stars, which are clocks. Get two questions about clocks. Right, you'll win our prize, one of our listeners the voice of anyone they might choose for their voicemail jokey who is Mandy Patinkin? And May I say Kathryn Grody playing for Dani Rosen of West Hartford, Connecticut. Here we go. Here's your first question. Before the invention of inexpensive clocks. People in Britain had to manage their time and different ways, including which of these a killing a mouse every morning and then telling time during the day by how badly it was smelling. Be hiring people to walk the streets of the city in the morning and wake them up by shooting at their windows with pea shooters. Or C getting out of meetings by saying, Oh, I'm sorry. I have a witch burning to get to You shooting pea shooting? What was the shooting shooting of windows? Um okay. Yeah, that sounds great. That's the answer. Congratulations. That's the right one. Uh, the human alarm clocks were called knocker uppers. That was the name of the job. They used the shooters, at least in one instant. Sometimes they used a canes or clubs to banging the windows to get people up in time to get to work. Next question. Clocks or not beloved everywhere. In fact, schools in the UK announced they were removing clocks from classrooms why a students were stealing the clock hands and stabbing each other with them. Be to prevent students from yelling. 10 98, etcetera is the period came to a close or C because students are simply no longer able to tell time. Oh, wow. See, There you go. You're right. That's exactly it. They students can no longer read analog clock, so they're just removing them from plastic kind. I know. All right. Here's your last question. People pretend to hate daylight savings time. But most don't know the origin of daylight savings time. Was it a Ben Franklin invented it as a joke. Be. Mussolini came up with it because he couldn't figure out how else to get the trains to run on time or see Napoleon invented it, so his army would always surprised the other side by getting their one hour early. I'm pretty sure it's been Franklin, You're right. It is Ben Franklin. He sent a letter to the editor when he was a Paris's ambassador. Saying that hey, if we all get up when the sun rises and go to bed when its sense We'll all save money on candles junkie. How did Mandy Patinkin and his wife, Kathryn, Grody do on our quiz after more than 40 years in show business and more than 40 years of marriage? I think it's safe to say this is the hype. It would be both safe and tragic to say that I hope that's not true. Mandy Patinkin and Kathryn Grody, your celebrated actors, singers, writers and surprise tic tac stars. You can find them both on Tic Tac at Mandy Patinkin. Thank you so much for joining us on Wait, Wait. Don't tell me Enjoy.
"tic tac" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Lewis Capaldi is planning to take a break from social media so he can finally finish working on that album. He has been promising, he wrote, I won't be using any social media so you all have to make do without me. Constantly talking bleep and trying to make make or take your money. And so he has this very interesting sense of humor. And that's what I love about following him on Twitter and on Instagram, so he is taking a step away so that he can finish up his album. And gratitude. The TIC Tac musical premiered New Year's Day. And this all started because one woman on Tic Tac made this video with this song that she thought would be great for a musical of gratitude. If ever anybody was ever to create that, and then all these theater performers and singers everybody started timing in and then people were making up songs with lyrics and dance moves and everything on tick talk. Trying to make rather to either musical a thing Well, then other people got involved, and they did. This full on production was with Wayne Brady, Adam Lambert, Tituss Burgess, and they premiered this production on New Year's Day, and they charge People $5 a ticket, but you could donate more if you wanted to go to the Actors Fund. And they have now raised over $1 million, just based on people watching this production that they put together and the song when you hear like the first original song that came about, it's so catchy. It's like it's I can sing it for you if you if you guys would like. Look the time it's time to hear Jill saying, Go right ahead, Deliberate head get a beautiful voice kept no but very high pitched because this is how the song is. Sir, This is not how I normally sings of Look away, guys. You can't watch.
"tic tac" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Prevent wildfires. No, That's not it. Listen to what? Sam. How How did Sam early trouble One more time, Michael Only you can prevent wildfires. So you see what's happening with that? See what's happening with the voice that you are feeling that emotion even in that, just one little lie. Is that one line now imagine, though, how much it would take to do an entire audio book. Yes, I've been thinking about doing that myself. But I've been doing the research and that's where I found that an audiobook could take you two or three weeks to complete. And that, too. In three weeks, it's there's gonna be alive and you make $5000 which is great money. It's every single day and then you may be doing multiple roles and multiple personalities and so putting yourself into that. So again Backstage. Calm is the website they were You want to just start checking out looking for some gigs, And they also have gigs for YouTubers for TIC Tac's and Just Be careful when you look at something, because if they want money down, just know that that's totally a scam. Josh. Thank you So much for your call. It's time now for a digital life hack, and this week is brought to you. By Express VPN. A few months ago, more than 100, Twitter users got their accounts, hacked passwords, email addresses, phone numbers, and we're all taken from high profile people like Elon Musk and Kanye West. Now, according to recent reports, hackers can make up to $1000 from selling someone's personal information on the dark Web, making people like me and you really easy, lucrative targets..
"tic tac" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hit songs like Tic Tac and praying. But it's your curiosity for the unexplained and mystical that drives the new podcast. Kesha and the creepiest hear stories of the occult from legendary shock rocker Alice Cooper. I don't necessarily believe in ghosts as much as I believe Demons like to pretend they're ghosts. Okay, I think that what demons do best is imitate and more guests every week. New episodes come out every Friday. Listen to cash it in, like three D w Y PC mobile news on the level on the go. He's raised his final lap. I'm mouse. Abigail. Here's what's trending this hour. Aldo and Runny. The twin brother of the 1969 Indy 500 winner has died. I'm staying Lear, Mario Andretti confirmed it with a tweet calling. L'd owe his loving twin brother, partner in crime and faithful best friend. There is no eloquent, said Mario. I'm shaken to my core stand earlier. 93 w I B C Mobile news 2020 was rough on everyone. Now we're in 2021. But and I you health psychiatrist says those hardships have prepared us for this year. We've lived through a really dark time and there's still some dark times coming up, But we actually conceive open the future to get back to some sort of routine where they don't have to. Miss what they've done in the years past Doctor and Gilbert on wish TV, she says to mentally reset for this year. Focus first on what you've gained. New Year's Eve is normally a big night for bars. But this year was a bit different Bars and Marion County had to close it down by midnight because of the county's coronavirus mandated closure by which they would have extended even to just 12 31 o'clock,.