35 Burst results for "Tim O."
Why is Fortnite banned from Apple?
"More rumblings in the battle between games an apple over fortnight and the app store the ceo and founder of epic games said recently on twitter that fortnight will continue to be blacklisted. From apple's app store a tim sweeney. Who is the founder and ceo of the company Shared some of this information through his twitter account. According to him for night will continue to be barred from the app store until the conclusion of the appeals process in the company's lawsuit against apple according to emails that sweeney released through twitter apple has said that epic games committed a breach-of-contract and trust when it implemented an option for app related purchases outside of apple system if you recall A lot of this started because fortnight epa games rather the creators. A fortnight added a system within the game so that folks could buy v box. Which is the in game currency and they could do it within the game without having to use the app store. Obviously that upset apple apple ban them from the app store ended up removing them completely. Epic followed up with a lawsuit and this is where we are According to an email that sweeney released from who what appears to be an apple representative it says quote apple as exercises discretion not to reinstate epochs developer program account at this time and quote representatives from apple declined to comment now earlier. This month. we had a big Moment in the case where federal judge said apple must let developers use payment options that funnel consumers out of the tech giant's app store which would then bypass apples thirty percent commission on a lot of transactions. Epic has appealed the ruling though because the district judge in the case rejected the company's allegations that apple random monopoly. So what is this gonna eventually mean for. Users will no more obviously wants. This appeals process shakes out as far how apt transactions. At purchases will go. We could see a lot of things like a link within an app. That takes you to maybe a safari page or some of the browser. And then you can pay there as well. That doesn't mean that apps are users couldn't still use the option to go through the app store to make their purchases but it might change a little bit How that process works. It could also mean to as an incentive for people to click that link they may be paying
White Sox clinch AL Central with 7-2 win over Indians
"The white Sox have clinched the AL central title by taking game one of a double header with the Indians seven eight two Tim Anderson homered twice and had four RBIs while Chicago built a seven nothing lead by the second inning okay I'm on today and we we we play some pretty good baseball and thank you so people are you know what we continue to you know are you know keep Ballin through inotes of injuries and non no it's just a blessing you know beyond a mom you know your request today Luis Robert and Eloy Jimenez added back to back solo homers for the white Sox who will be making back to back postseason appearances for the first time in their one hundred twenty one season history the Sox hadn't won a division crown since two thousand and eight I'm Dave very
Apple Won’t Let Fortnite Back on iOS Until the Epic v. Apple Verdict Is Final
"News around the app store and fortnight epic asked to get fortnight back into the app store and apple said no that is basically the news going ahead deeper cult amac's as epic asked to get fortnight back into the app store and apple said hell no quoting the cult. Tim sweeney founder. And ceo of epic games revealed apple's decision on twitter. He included an email from mark a perry a lawyer representing apple with the specific reasons. Hey remember that time epoch. Straight up broke apples rules and launched an all out. pr blitz against apple and the app store. Yes seems that rubbed apple the wrong way quoting the report again. Perry points out. That epic committed an intentional breach of contract and breach of trust like concealing code from apple and making related misrepresentations and omissions. He's referring to epic secretly adding a direct payment system for in that purchases deport night. Which at new was against apple's rules. This caused apple to kick the developer out of the app store. In twenty twenty calling such actions duplicitous peres response to epoch said apple has exercised its discretion not to reinstate epochs developer program account at this time. Furthermore apple will not consider any further request for reinstatement until the district. Court's judgement becomes final and non-appealable
Children Should Not Have Access to Smartphones
"A lot of the kids that were like twelve and thirteen. I said how many of you have phones and every hand went up. That's really bad. I'll be honest with you guys. No person should have a phone until they're eighteen. If that and i'm not trying to make you feel bad but i grew up without one and it was one of the greatest gifts from god that i grew up without a smartphone. Like this this weird creepy window into talk controlling your children. It's easy to give your child phone because it keeps them entertained. And you don't actually have to worry about what they're doing half the time i asked them i said. How long do you guys spend on your phone like six hours seven hours. I said you guys should smash your phones. I'm not kidding. And i'm happy to get into. This is how i think. Technology has really played a role. I had a reporter once. They say you're anti technology. Yeah okay sure yeah. I mean in my anti smartphone. I mean i'm anti what what what it's made us. Be calm of course. And we know so little about the neuroscience of what this does to our interpersonal relationships to spiritual development to mental health and so challenged them provocatively league because it gets young people's attention because we're in competing for attention with students because they're on talk all the time in which is disastrous chinese by operation. That has mind. It's true that has mind all your children's data and they all have it. I asked them and they're like oh. Yeah we use it on my gosh and yeah i just told him i said get off the phone and start living in the real
Jesus Christ Keeps Charlie Kirk Motivated
"What keeps you motivated. I mean the most important thing in my life is my relationship with jesus christ and my relationship with god which we should. We need to remind ourselves of that every single day and say it out loud and say clearly. Because that's really what's going on here isn't it. It's a spiritual war all of this material side of it is just a manifestation of unclean spirits impure spirits that are are going at it and that's what the scriptures tell us when it comes to what i care about in the political domain. I believe the scriptures. Tell us that we need to care about things that are beautiful and good and that are true. This is the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world. And i i am twenty seven years old and i say that i want to think tonight as we go through this how much we've seen our country changed just in the last nine months and especially how much we've seen. Our country changed in the last nine years or ten years when i was in high school ten years ago. The things that we are now we've now seen implemented would be completely unthinkable now that we just take as just kind of common sense as anything but common sense but they say is just kind of normal things. The new normal. And i'm frustrated in a lot of different ways and it compels me to action. Because i will not sit idly by while this gift that we have been given the greatest country ever to exist a constitutional republic of and by and for the people that so many people have sacrificed for that. I just have to sit idly by while a while a very sinister and malevolent and clever and craft the minority takes over this country while they do not control a majority of the people and by every single measure. They are only doing it because we've allowed them to do it. And now maybe not you. But that we have allowed them to get way too far as far as cultural control way too far for way too long and they've also been willing. Which a word. I want to talk about tonight to get into the institutions to push against conservatives in christians
California wildfires burn into groves of giant sequoia trees
"Crews are trying to keep wild fires away from groves of giant sequoia trees in national parks and forests in California wildfires have made it to at least four girls of the agents a call yes some two thousand years old and two hundred feet in height colony fire spokesperson Rebecca Patterson says some of the oldest and most well known sequoias are being wrapped in a fire retardant blanket structural rap on which is typically used to protect buildings from the possibility of fire on around the bases of giant sequoia trees she says that includes the best known of the giant trees the general Sherman tree which is the largest living tree in the world the fire is about a mile from the giant forest officials don't know yet the extent of damage caused to the other girls which are in remote hard to reach areas I'm Tim acquire
How to Make an Extra $1k This Weekend with Sam Parr
"All right let's start. Let's start with bitcoin. I what are your current thoughts on bitcoin. Crypto-currencies what are you doing. So i told you my my ross albright Story right you did. He went a party and ross. Was there yeah. So i've met ross years and years ago and he was my neighbor he lived near me And when he got arrested. I told my friend and my friend is was billy draper Billy's dad tim draper and bill was like yeah like bitcoin. It seems really cool. My dad like says it's gonna be great. And i was like oh well if your debts is going to be great. He's smart guy. So i bought some back that and so that was my my only bitcoin. Purchase back then. And then i own A for me. A fairly large stake in a theory. I'm and i don't do anything or just let it set yes. Bitcoin an ether and pretty much. That's it that's it okay. And then i don't even log it. And then i know this song giving you a softball but how do you think about investing in crypto versus investing in other assets. Yeah so. I consider it to be highly volatile. So i put a relatively single. Digit percentage networth in there. And then most everything else. I put into an etf. Am i. don't look at it. And i don't touch it and i don't do anything. I'm always such a boring investors So i allocate some high risk money to it to crypto in the rest. I put the most boring index funds. Ever which crypto nerds. They like laugh at me. And i'm like i don't know man i i don't i don't stress. It makes me good money. I'm happy
Biden Meets With CEOs and Business Leaders on COVID-19
"President biden met with ceos from disney microsoft walgreens and other companies at the white house to discuss the cove in nineteen mandates. His administration plans to put into effect for companies with one hundred employees or more on the look forward to working together to beat this pandemic keep our economy growing and growing strong. Many companies already have their own plans in place but biden's announcement last week has been met with mixed reactions from the business community and the plan is also facing legal challenges from republican governors. Twenty me now with more on sentiment around the mandates is wall street journal white house reporter. Sabrina siddiqi hi sabrina. Thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so sabrina. Despite criticism of this mandate president biden has been strongly defending it. so let's start with businesses. Who are on board. What have you been hearing from the ceos of those companies abou- why they're choosing to go along with the president's plan. Well it's interesting. Because i spoke with the ceo of columbia. Sports where tim boyle and he said that the company had actually been debating internally whether or not to have more strict vaccination requirements they had just been encouraging employees to get vaccinated but didn't make it a mandate or a requirement of any kind and. He said that part of a concern about requirements was that employees who did not want to get vaccinated. Might just go seek employment elsewhere and so what the columbia sportswear ceo. Tim boyle said was now that the president is creating a standard across all businesses with more than one hundred employees. It kind of levels the playing field and so employees will know that this is actually going to be a requirement across the board and not just at their place of
Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event
"Let's go to tonight's main of it and that is apple announcing a whole new fleet of products. Today you got an iphone. Thirteen many phone and new apple watch more but investors maybe wanting more stocks sliding into the closed down just about one percent. Let's get more on. What apple rolled out today and reaction. Josh lipton with that josh good evening. So let's start with apple's most important product the iphone apple ceo. Tim cook taking the virtual stage in saying these are the best iphones apple has ever created and here. The are the iphone thirteen. The iphone thirteen mini the iphone. Thirteen pro and the iphone. Thirteen pro max. All five g. enabled faster chips. Brighter displays bigger batteries and upgraded camera systems. As for prices. They do remain the same as last year. We would also expect of course the carriers to be typically aggressive when it comes to pricing as well the new iphones preorder on september seventeenth. They'll be available on. September twenty fourth also highlight today a new ipad. The comes the faster processor. Better camera costing three hundred twenty nine dollars. A new ipad mini that costs four hundred and ninety nine dollars both available next week and rounding out the show today. The new watch ceres. Seven twenty percent more area charges. Faster more crack resistant. Three hundred ninety dollars apple saying it is available later this fall but did not offer a hard date action heading into this event. Remember apple on a roll over the past three months. Fifteen percent besting the market but finish lower as you point on. Today's traded is lower for september potentially snapping a three month win streak now up fourteen percent for the
Apple to Hold It’s Yearly New Technology Event Today
"Slated to hear from apple ceo. Tim cook today. When the tech giant is set to unveil its newest phones and smartwatch during a livestream event the company is expected to stay with the same small medium and large sizes of its phones and offer improvements to cameras and batteries. That's according to a person familiar with the matter. The arrival caps a dramatic year for apple seen record profit but it also faced battles over the power it holds over third party software operating on its mobile
Los Angeles Dodgers' Max Scherzer Reaches 3,000-Strikeout Milestone
"The dodgers and padres yesterday. Max scherzer going for three thousand career strikeouts. Here's the pitch clock brings three thousand strikeouts for max scherzer becoming the nineteenth pitcher in major league to enter that very exclusive club a standing ovation inside dodger. Stadium max back into the history. The great charley steiner. An five seventy la sports. We're going to be talking with tim court about whether max scherzer needs to be anonymous selection for the hall of fame. Yesterday you a perfect game into the eighth inning this happened. There's a looper in the right field. Long-run pets he can't get it. There goes the perfect game. There goes the no hitter to out. Make that a one out. Double four hosmer at a standing ovation for mac jersey. The dodgers win game eight to nothing over. San diego swept that series Jay singler the padres manager talked after the series about. How is the worst baseball. The padres played all
Personal Brand: How Do People Experience You?
"In today's episode. We're talking about building your personal brand which connects to our business driver of you guessed it personal our guest. Today is tim newton. He's the senior creative officer here ramsey solutions. And he's an expert in the field of branding. I sat down with him to talk about. What a personal brand is. Why it's important and the steps you can take to build the personal brand. You want to have then after our interview. Tim is going to coach. Some small business owners as they call in with their personal brand questions. You don't wanna miss that at first. Let's jump into my conversation with tim. Tim thanks for being with us today. No problem happy to be here. This is going to be fun. I love talking about branding and marketing. And you are the king of branding and in my heart. At least evidence appreciate it. Never mu so a lot of people You know rightfully so. Maybe have concerns about their personal brand how they're perceived Obviously my personal brand is being really rugged handsome intellectually you can tell just if you're listening on the podcast you feel you feel that i experience you. Yeah well i want to just get the definition out there because people have a lot of feelings about what a personal brand is. So how do you define personal brand personal brand really is someone else's perception of you like is is basically what it is. It's important like the thing. I talk about personal brand all the time because the reality is we are always making decisions about everybody around us just based on how they walk. Talk dress all. They're all unconscious decisions. But we're always making decisions about each other and so that's why personal brands important. I've had Team members tell me man. We we talk about personal bran. Is it really that necessary to talk about personal brand like is it really that important. And i'm like what i see where you're coming from but if people are making decisions about us every day then there's something to personal brand and when it comes down to it if it's people's perception of you a good personal brand equals opportunities and is if you have a good personal brand you have more opportunities. You had bad personal brand new fewer opportunities so whether we like it or not. We have a personal brand. Every one of us has a personal
How to Ask for Listener Support (Without Sounding Desperate)
"Are the steps or strategies or even a script to us support whether it's in the beginning the middle or even at the end to ask for support without signing two desperate when any monetize ation links. That you pride guys. Thanks for your question jez. Now asking for monetary support whether. That's a one time donation becoming a member of your patriot. Community or buying emerged conceal. Feel really hard but the thing is you'd be surprised at how much our listeners want to support you and once you make that call to action that they're going to rally round you and your show. It's really no different than asking for someone to subscribe to your podcast or even leaving a review in a podcast directory like apple podcasts. Tip number one is a very clear and compelling reason why you're asking for monetary support is it so that you can pay your editor you're looking to be compensated for your time or you're trying to create in-person event and you need some money to be able to do so the more clear of a reason you give to your listeners. The more likely there to understand why you need monetary support and then donate to your cause. Remember two is. What's in it for the listener as in. What are they going to get from providing monetary support. Are they going to get a bonus episode on their monthly patron feed. Are they going to get a shoutout or a. Thank you on your podcast for supporting you or are they going to get merged like stickers or postcard for donating a certain amount to your show. Tim number three is to make it super easy for your listeners to support you now. They have a clear and compelling message including what's in it for the listener. There's no place for them to click on a link or figure out where to support you. How are you going to get that money now. There are places like super casts may get super easy to deliver things like bonus episodes and there's different pricing tiers of your listeners can pick or if you have a pay pal link or other you want to point your listeners to make sure to have those links everywhere that includes your show notes your website. Your social media handles and even your episode description
Can We Trust the U.S. Institutions That Provide Intelligence Briefings?
"So adam schiff who walks out of closed intelligence briefings to tweet out things. He heard to the media bodies behind closed doors. He says you can't trust. Donald trump with intelligence briefings. Let me take back issue from that clown. And just turn it into a serious question for you greg and know you other guy who dealt with the russia hooks the witch hunt can we trust the institutions that are providing the intelligence briefings. I've had very serious guests in studio form officers. Say the doj is done the f. is done send in the us marshals take it apart brick-by-brick and rebuild it because they are so corrupt. What is greg. Jarrett's response to the state of the machinery of justice and intelligence in america. Well you know in. The intelligence community is sort of an oxymoron right And look i. I know a lot of i was talking to a former. Cia senior operations officer just a few hours ago. Today is an incredibly bright man. And he he's disgusted with Some of the intelligence that emanates from our agencies An adam schiff. Of course you know. It's pretty rich for him to be talking about a trust. In that vein. Our institutions are only as good as the people who occupy those institutions and agencies and departments. In when you've got people like adam schiff as a member of congress in either when you've got people like James comey andrew okay. Peter struck Lisa page bruce. John brennan james clapper will of the people who perpetrated the greatest hoax in american history on its people and sought to drive of president from office simply because they disliked tim and made up a infamous lie about him. You know those are untrustworthy individuals. They have demeaned in defamed and made a mockery of the agencies and departments that they were the head of and deeply involved in
Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?
"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.
Is Racism in America Causing the High Rate of Black Fatherlessness?
"The moment that we all of a sudden de-emphasized fathers being in the home and subsidized fatherless-ness. We saw all these other trends increase so in the one thousand nine right before the civil rights act passed about twenty four percent of black children. Were born without a father. Now it's upwards of seventy percent you guys can look at the washington examiner. It's seventy seven percent. Let's say it's sixty five percent so something has to explain that forty point increase back yet. Just let me finish yet. And and it's not necessarily that. America got more racist. It could be the cocaine thing which you know is a common issue. It could be operations of all these things. But a forty point increase. I would point to a culture. Fatherless-ness really bad government run public schools and then subsidizing behavior. That isn't good so there are a few things that i can agree with you. On first of all having to people in your house to raise you pretty essential You absolutely this is undeniable While i don't believe in shaming single parents even if they're single parent did mrs bad decision making. It's still good you need. It's up in this economy one parent honestly but with that being said there has been research shown that the rate of black fatherless-ness is somewhat over exaggerated in large part because that number only applies to married fathers so husbands raising their children. It turns out when you account for unmarried. Black couples taking care of their kids. The numbers actually rise to those just think just below white couples. I think there was an article on that. I don't know if i remember sought advice but attracts back. Some really big study. That was done back in two thousand sixteen So that's one point but you are right. There are perverse incentives for example Many welfare Stipulations cut off With a shared income which is only a few thousand dollars per year higher than the necessary. Cutoff for the single income. Meaning that if you're a single mom You can apply for the welfare just fine but then if you get married or otherwise file jointly you get you go above the cap for welfare. This is a horribly program undeniably ended incentivizes bad destructive
Antifascist Vaush Answers Charlie’s Questions About Reparations
"How. 'bout reparations for slavery. i think. I'm pretty in favor of that. Yeah okay tits. Make the argument just no debt. We said forty acres and a mule. We never paid it and unfortunately the material reality for a lot of people who were slaves didn't change that much after they were emancipated. I mean if you are a slave and your made free. That's a big step up. Don't get me wrong but you have nothing. I mean nothing. And because of the way generational wealth transfers from father dishonor mother to either to anyone to copy their Unfortunately we still see the consequence of that borne out you can actually look county by county where were slaves kept. Which were the plantation counties. And you see oh this group of black neighborhoods. That's where they settled after slavery ended. It's like really immediate stuff and it's a debt owed that this nation never paid. I don't necessarily aggressive rations. I think we need to clarify what that ultimately means. But i will say I've long held the same position. I actually worked on the documentary. There's an issue of people who were enslaved than they were released and they were not given any means to actually Develop and grow. And so there's a general waste is a generational wealth gap between people based on race for these historical reasons. The challenge i see. I suppose is you know. We've done a lot to amend the laws and changed them. For for instance you know redlining blockbusting and become become illegal. And now we're dealing with an ultimately. I believe it is a class issue. Of course. racism still
Antifascist Vaush Debates Charlie on the Profit Incentive for COVID Vaccines
"I'm just curious. Does that ever make you stop short and say who. Maybe they're trying to inoculate us on a vaccine that might not be as effective to try to pursue profit not wellbeing. Does that ever like enter into your consideration. It's a consideration. You should take about anything produced by any company. That's run for profit. Which is everything you know Basically every need in american society need is tempered by the knowledge that there are people out there who are paid very large salaries to sell it to you. This is the case for everything. We'd everything we eat every time you run down main street or in my case i guess You know the boulevards in los angeles You're seeing the protracted efforts of a billion dollar industry to make sure you want things they're selling could that be the case for covert undeniably. There was a prophet incentive involved. Oh my goodness i'm sorry. And there was probably a protected effort on the part of these companies to make sure they were the first and they probably took every dirty advantage. What but with the data available. I have to still much i would say. Hey i would prefer eating. Mcdonald's who to starvation. I have to say this is probably still something we should be doing you want to do. I don't wanna stay. We've been twenty minutes. Oh for sure gonna make a final media would starve. I actually think this has been really constructive not like that. You know inflammatory. I think that deep down you have this kind of you know urged that i'm already there were. Maybe they want this thing to go on for another decade to go make another hundred billion dollars. And maybe the cheap drug hydrochloric winter ivermectin might work better than they might think. I don't have that urge. Certain other studies would disagree with you earlier. We could change the topic. I just i just think it's so. I'll know that was a healthy discord. Can i meet in the middle on that one on that very last one. I do not trust the pharmaceutical industries. Though the available evidence does seem to point to the effectiveness the vaccines say this Nationalized the pharma industry seriously. It can be used for the collective good and i would ironically actually trust it more in the hands of our ineffective. Bloated government would be sociopaths. Who run at
"tim o." Discussed on After Hours
"Okay so we are gonna do a mega mega around of recommendations because we don't get to do recommendations for an entire summer so let's do a few rancid this so felix get us started so my recommendation is someone i follow on tick. Tock and he has this strange username. Tim o. tech nut. And what i love about him is. He's my discover of strange things on the internet has become so predictable. I rarely stumble across really interesting things and this guy. He's full of ideas. What else you might do with your time. And some of them actually tied to the conversation we just had. He recently recommended a platform lelaps space. That allows you to look at everything that is in space so all the debris all the satellites you see the traffic is like really crazy really interesting. There's a website called muscle wiki. There's a body you click on the part that you want to be stronger and it suggests every exercise ever invented the or you have arms. So here's a website called future me that allows you to write letters to your future self and shoes when it's going to be so this wild and crazy and you almost need someone really young and someone really interesting as a guide great recommendation. That is fantastic..
"tim o." Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And i just think it's important for us to support companies that share our values that we believe in not just because they create a great product. But because they're using their profits for things that we care about like missions and reaching poor people an indigenous tribes and places like peru. That's that's pretty wonderful Tim eaten You said you and your wife started company in ninety three and you were talking. About some of these products that are more obscure. Let's start with the easy. When you mentioned stevia which tons of people use as a sweetener but you said that guys have done some studies that say it might have benefits but the fda cannot sign off on that but can we talk about that. Or you're not even permit we talk a little bit about the benefits. Fda friendly terms but You know there are many studies on stevia if you go to The web you'll find many published studies imperia byu journals on stevia on melatonin on vitamin c. Vitamin d there are thousands of published studies on vitamin d but a lot of our More obscure medicinal plants. That we've been selling for quite a while. Those those are the ones that a lot of doctors have been using for quite some time. And as i mentioned one of those is a rare type of cat's claw we call cemento and and It's has many many additional properties for cardiovascular health the metabolic health Many many properties. I'm trying to try and think of that. You put it is this. What's in relaxed met Metals yet relaxed. Medics is a is a combination of cemento in bulgarian. And that has a great calming effect. It's been compared to Pharmaceuticals in in university research Relaxed medics most people report that they are calmed down. If they're really stressed out get calmed down within about fifteen minutes at a low dose during the day and then a higher dose at night most people are able to go right to sleep within about fifteen minutes. And how much is not. It's how much is too much and other was like a dropper is like thirty drops or something right. Well well yeah. All the products are super safe. We've had toxicity studies done so nothing's gonna hurt. The products aren't going to hurt anyone But you take maybe ten fifteen rob during the day of relaxed medics to calm down. If you feel stressed out you wanna to relax.
"tim o." Discussed on Good For You
"Get it. We understand it you now. Have you seen sunset boulevard. I have yeah you know it's like you wander into a sat you like. I don't know why i'm frightened. I know my way around. you know. Everyone's like mrs communist calming quarantine. You must leave. You have to understand that. Is someone like tooth and nail clawed my way to figure out this business. I finally know how to do it. Everyone's like now do this business that you don't understand it all succeeded and then everyone in the comments is saying your account on youtube but keep doing it. I'm like i kind of preferred when the lawyers told me. I couldn't make that joke. We're gonna save me. Say you guys really. It focused silks to do sitcoms lawyers telling you can't make jokes. I'm like yeah. Well i just did rogan's podcast. And now i'm getting death threats. So sitcoms actually. I'd rather fight with lawyers. I think you've exceeded so much that you can take a chill pill you've done on but you know we can do that well. I i'm not saying but like you've succeeded in ways that were unimaginable to the young girl. That moved al right maybe i mean unimaginable success. You've had certain point. You gotta go. I did not successful enough to get tim dillon. The show up on time for his podcast clearly. Don't have that kind of success with schedule. One but sunday ten am could make it work. I live at a certain point. You just have to say like do what you enjoy the ticket. That's the ticket. Don't worry about what other people say the worry about comments or any of that. What do you really enjoy to that. Yeah that's the ticket you've earned the right to do that. you've won so now winning means do what you want. That's the move. That's what's going to happen. You're going to austin. Yeah you're going to go nuts you're gonna hate it come crawling back and come live with me. I don't three months. I give him till suburban. That sounds like a nightmare. I'd rather be covered. And mac widows in the middle of a ditch and access. Then come crawling back to los angeles with you and have you elect. I'm hosting an emmy after potty on sue lisa kudrow is going to be h- you must put on powder. Get your get your instagram story ready. What she's at the top of the stairs you know she's gonna shoot me like the end of sunset boulevard. She's just gonna shoot me with a gun and her dog. You're going to eat her and then we're all going to have to be like man. No one saw that coming. Accept anyone with eyes. i mean i do. I definitely think the heritage to go back with me. Because i i definitely as soon as the hair started up my brain. That's what my brain's probably doesn't actually have the die by the brain by that mean see seeping. And how things have you done pink. You've done green pink. I did blue and now this is blowing. Purple medians are meant to be doing up. Every night i agree with ice free. Like if i may feel like for the purse. Six months i really held tight. I gotta steady. Forget what you look like around things. When i started photo for before the forget what she looked like before there. I started to break around thanksgiving. That's when i really really started to catch up to me. The demon started catch up to me the not doing standup the addiction. That was keeping all the voices at bay Started catching up to me fox. All get it. We're all losing our minds and That's me with brown hair I gotta go back to brown hair. I think i got pulled together. It's gone too far but this is. This is my argument against podcasting people. This has been enabled. people love it. Love it love it. Whereas in tv they go. No no no. You can't do that. You look insane. There's different mediums. Different strokes for different folks. I feel like you can get you can go down a wormhole and social media where you can find anyone to encourage bad choices. That's absolutely true but you got it. You got to be said for the old school publicist. Who's like yeah. We don't let her speak. There's i agree. 'cause i ever certainly going rogue all there's a reason publicist rice. Ridiculous byzantine system works is talent were we. We're mentally. We shouldn't be talking. We shouldn't be making choices. We shouldn't be able to record ourselves. Blessed anytime when you're on the honeymooners you were one of those kind of fusion television k. You weren't you. Jackie gleason carney. These were legends. It's we are. I'm so grateful. We're grateful to have to have known and to have the gifts that you've given to us the episode where you and f- elite chocolates when they were going down the thing by the way it is it actually is Clerks leach been passed away. Yes and I had like four pictures of me and her to choose from. Yeah it said it was closely not that you took pitch listen you have to join the ranks of the legends. You know what i wanna to join. The ranks ascend the golden staircase. I wanna be a judge on one of those masks shows messing. I wanted to be a judge. That's nice i want to do. That is comedy most of the year two months as a judge. One of those ridiculous because people still watch those. You can do it or fun. That i had. I have fun doing the head. You get that gig. Yes so i was a guest host on mass dancer. Last night i went and shot it like a couple of months ago. It was a fucking blast in the studio. Yeah yeah we went shot. It was like ashley till's dylan paula. Abdul and Brian austin green. Dr ken i was like who robinson to. Yes but he won but this is not a tutor. The first one. Here's what i'll say remember. He shot his friend or his friend killed himself on a to remember that i brought it up in the last answer they cut it out. I was like i remain house. Green not shot himself. He's making that mass dancer money. I'm sure for isn't that doesn't that sound fun. Everyone but here's the tv sound good. I went to see someone dress up. Like a crab on fox lot i went on the mast answer i was like this is what hollywood should be a ridiculous spectacle with a bunch of idiots. Not pretending they're better than anyone were in sequined costumes. Were doing dumb dances with washed up. Slow this is what this is. What it should be right dick yetlis a ridiculous clown show spectacle silvio berlusconi one. Oh one why would we be. We were artists and had craft. And we were taking yourself sir. We're fucking pigs were disgusting mentally ill pigs. That are entertaining for like an hour a day. This is what we should be doing. Right what. I wish you luck in your new career at the mass dancer of never seen the show. But i'm sure it's good and i think people need to auction between handfuls of oxycontin or whatever they're doing in this country rever people are doing in this country in between that while they're scratching themselves in an opioid rage. They should watch brian. Austin green dress up like sebastian from the little mermaid and dance. It's pretty fucking entertaining. I bet it is. You know what it is. 'cause that's what it's come to. Is that watching people dancing costumes. You realize like when you see an actor acting you're like oh that's the guy that data the sewer. That's the guy that so and so like it's actors distracting.
"tim o." Discussed on Good For You
"I have called about to set up a show with. He wants to do it and movie. I understand that. But that's the an and i appreciate it no if they want to do it. Let's let's do it and then we'll get to the end where they go. We thank you. We really appreciate this. We're not putting it on the air like we're cutting you out rogan. Well i'm glad i spent sixteen months doing this. That's the problem. I don't want to devote. Let me ask you a question. Which is like joe. Rogan was the one who kind of gave me this advice. Now i know you're saying all he's not that successful and that's i get it. I here's what but here's name is. He has no money. But here's what we all know about. Joe rogan joe. Rogan was famous from network television. I sure joe rogan is like. He's more famous people. He had a as the rest of the cast newsradio. Doing i'm just saying joe was famous before he started talking. I rest the state rest. Stop pretending the joe was like an open. Mike when started has a household name when he started his podcasting his podcast. What made him the name. He is now the yes of course but he was famous when he started made more sense for him to. Just try to get sitcoms on the air every year. No back then. It was different. But here's my question for us as someone who is like super naive and probably dumb and i bang my head against the wall. I stay relation relations longer than i should. I'm done. I'm naive telling me i'm wrong but hollywood is course correcting they. Just wanna do. It makes them money. There are dumb business. they're thumb they're not smart people. They're not making a black panther too because they want to help equality and black. Because i mean money right so as soon as they see what makes money they will pivot and start changing but totally. You guys are just so pissed off at hollywood that you're just like burning fucking down. You hurt my feelings five years ago. I'm not pissed off. But i'm also like what's to show that i really see on tv. That i want to be a part. And i don't see any interesting. I don't see any shows where i go. Man like this shows like like succession. That i love are great shows but then i'm like okay. Where the cop who's blown up from bump from tv shows right. Yeah who's getting a real fan base as a comedian from tv show at the moment. I don't see anybody. Yeah i see a lot of people making living online as a lot of people getting fans online. I don't see anybody right now. Making i i know people with tv shows that are broke and i know them and they. They can't sell tickets. So i pay the way it used to its does it doesn't mean what you still. I stand up comedian. If you're not playing yourself you're not Gonna be able to move tickets. Dowell played a character. And that mike and molly show. He should've played billy gordon. You'd have to play tim. Yeah and listen. I think maybe in a few years. I'm not against that. I save some money. We make another run at development but like at the moment. I don't see the reason. That's why i'm getting out of la austin well. How did this. You did made this decision without me. Why made it in the twenty four hour span of time. Because i called some very smart people and a lot of them are out and a lot of them are going and they're all primarily internet people and they're all going we don't need to be here. The response elon. Musk leaving state. Can't be fucking mosque. Which is what airline going to Correct okay Gavin newsom and and the government. Here's basically like yeah fuck him. So if you're gonna say fuck hamburgers. Fuck me fuck. Everybody and the problem with that is it cost an exorbitant amount of money to live here. The climate for entrepreneurs is horrible. The climate for people to live is getting worse every year. And you're spending a lot of money and traditional. Hollywood is not the bread and butter of anyone. I know anymore. I think we all agree that my mental health is peaking tiptop shape peaking. I think we can all say that. I won mental health but pico which mountain. I think we can all agree that no one's mental health is more healthy than mine. I agree with that. You wrote a book amount of did us better help. I did not you know. Better help when we read these. I get so annoyed. Because i just got frustrated that i didn't have this when i was a teenager. Can you just reread book as better. Hope out i mean honestly i love better help you guys should try to but i worry that my book becomes obsolete. If you guys start using better help you truly believe in better help. I'm losing money on my book. Sales driving you to better health which is difficult as a license profoundly better was great because it matches you with your own license professional therapists start communicator. Forty eight hours. And here's a fun fact. Do wherever you want because online so you can do it. Like drive-thru of jack in the box. Hold up the line. Some help get therapy while driving through jack in the box. Yeah great tacos go for. That's i think if somebody is a getting therapy from better help while driving to jack in the box they're good. They don't need a therapist. They know they have strong boundaries. They know what they need. They know who they are. They know the purpose of but they just want to chat. It's not self help. It's you know it's a wild time to drive down to a therapist. I don't wanna go to a therapist right out and get covid in the waiting room. Iona talk to a robot there on the computer real people that are talking to me through the computer and the best thing about it. Is they offer. it's well. It's not only do they offer but it is literally more affordable than traditional counseling. Yeah well traditional therapists so exorbitant. It's like criminal what it should cost today saying and the response time forty eight hour this have the garage and forty eight hours. Have the gall. Think about this therapists have the gall to charge someone who's suffering. I'm suffering i having disorders depression. Great come see me. I'm.
"tim o." Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Hit obama era in front of the sokaia. So is located in. Won't many tim o. Because they administrative boundaries is in will debate We have very possible. So that's all before very close to this So the property. Barn up there. At four hundred Barry rocky soil men because it was a staff To make people understand our place so we decided to buy a property in bulgari so from two thousand eighteen that we both of these property on the bottom of the hilo where fitness at that is located in so.
"tim o." Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"He couldn't see out a one of his eyes to the to the grocery store to the bank to Cvs Indian, leaving him driving a great uncle to do the same exact things with land. So I know my own humility. So you're not gonNA trick me out of something has happened already. Already Kinda did that's GonNa? Suck ASS nigger. Had these stories that lead to a place that probably got the know at some point because the shit went right or wasn't whatever was instead of. The same I could. We go do the next thing whatever the next thing is. It's all those things through women as well like follow. I mean they leave in a door in you ask that person like do you know? where I heard that like no, I need you to do you know. Now get really knows I because I know that Nick. On s not him you know so it does keep. To. Keep the the people who may know real will not ready to work way over to the left is wrong bushy yes. This is definitely a filter that I did not try to. But I'm so happy about it I swear to you away. Yes there. Is, among the PUCK is the mother. Group him over get to start like you know trying to figure out how to ask you for some. Right, there you know. Can you know what I'm saying you know you'd be like, Oh no Tim O. man no man no word about it man you right. Saying you picking up put down. It doesn't stop me from doing what I'm GonNa. Do. So my ex me to call me to ask me take care of something and I felt like they could've took care of it. If is a visit cousin called about a Xyz lasy in that case just like my grandfather higgins you so much shit you. Yes it's coming but you have to think twice about asking for you like. This go actually every question to how I got to this face. Especially I told you before a under don't do that because that's what it is being. It is to this. You just get a new car. It's not company Yeah I hear what you're saying, but you pay like twenty grand you net fix May. Get you a note is the same way you got insane. How would you describe it? A conflict of they hit you many hill with a down payment what? made the engine out the transmission went out. You do not tell you nick nobody wants to hear the didn't tell you not to Nevada to. Even. Eating. It. I'm happy about that by I'm not just let you just go through slack now it's not have you. This she really does he different. I'm alleged go I know WanNa take more of your time I appreciate your man for being a guest hill expeditiously. Is Long Overdue you dig what I'm saying. That's why we didn't do it do some I. It's hard to do it like a million times. So you do. You just gotTa wait a regular compensation. So he's not Oklahoma hit. I'M A..
"tim o." Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast
"Difficult as pro. He's not always has dates a united Kanzi. Be Some the Dow one example described as a real book is rarely rarely go. Well I think that You know I think it's it's certainly feasible to get one or two clients and three months. But I don't think it's feasible to have a full-time practice or your bills And I think that's where they expectation like having your manageable expectations especially when you get out training You know there's there's coaches out there that say hey you know you can hit seven figures in six months. Well I'm sure there are the exceptions out there that have done that but for seven figures. You're talking about a couple of years of work. I mean there's ways around it at least I actually one is obviously bored with the current you can. These six figures in side. Walnut said eight figures on linked to The question it if these people can help be eight fingers inside our as long as as long as why. The Scotland around the Lincoln and in friend connection requests area. And that's the other thing you have three years ago. I mean linked to now we get sixteen connection requests. A people telling me they help coaches and for the most part they can't you know if it was easy they'll do it themselves. And they wouldn't be on linked in sending random emails at Wachovia. And that's making my job holiday. Your office people hire people like that. And say don't coaches idolize? Just scamming this allies. Just you may have scown just like any Distri ripe. This you know exploded eagerly people jumping into it and walk those people of not joining himselves lines people by and by the way you know. You don't have to be the coach. You Help People Successful coaching business. He kind of the high closer. I'm alive dude. I spent twenty in sales closing the sale if you job properly taken include a sales process right laid bull is caused guy. Won't mention news despite the mosques on expensive grounded athere closer and it can be frustrating And I have noticed an increase on like din of In fact I had. My son helps me out with with. Something's in my business and one of the things I asked him to do because he's a good salesperson so I said can you just go on my link damage it. Just take a look around. Give me your impressions on it And you know He. He came back like two days later and he said there are more people out there trying to sell the coaches and there are cages. Trying to get client definitely unlinked to. I would definitely as people seven. Yeah Yeah Phobos happened. These people go that sound himselves of soul assistant naval then Kinda like yes permits Game Bison spreading and spread and spread and the height closes which a year ago. I was getting to three a day these people. I'm an official heights. Close it yet. Because let's face it. He coaches are these high high-sticking inquires not just to close them said nobody. I'm not I have never met. You know if I say Tim O. Getting there's always inquires them. Yeah all right so we're getting ready to close up a little bit but I'd like to ask one more question. What do you do when you want to call in more when you WANNA take your business up a notch with something that you typically do long and I? I am looking to do that much lead at the moment. I'm podcast of us. Y'All three episodes record just not doing because I'm fundamentally lazy. Seldom I don't I don't WanNa go back into this working sixty hours away. Go asked to Dr Walk. Every so I'm probably a a pulp assigned to ask. Shall we can just I? Yeah I am a native because you know I'm fifty seven British Savings account you. Should you must be worried about financial. H John No I don't know maybe I should be may mess. You'll be stepping up. But I did this because I wanted to it. Let me the question dishonest self-indulgent and I would say this on your podcast and take out ridden podcast. Now we know you know poke cast in these line. I got to log into near the bug in two thousand six and whereas he wasn't Libran then with intended self-development wasn't particulary established vichy belt. Where all these NAP said it will. Now is trump a thousand times blocks right saying you know for podcasts. Out The new way of people communicating with one of the things changing now downs. You're looked to just use the student coaches things life. I'm watching nevil while. Why plus get my name out that terrible moss stress Dillard for specific reasonable if he can prove Different phones during boot didn't play. Don't off acid while out. Imus unhappy sell. Well guess what right now Agra thought all right so tell us.
"tim o." Discussed on 710 WOR
"Mine signed a new kingdom for Tim O the not line and all of his kingdom, his animals that he takes care of. I think the lesson would be to try and find a better environment. Probably say the, the message behind her book, if the positive messages, let people know about hope and courage, friendship, and just being able to endure life's trials and make the best of it. Have you read this book to kids? And yes, I it's been a nice. I have a nieces that I've read the book to, and then there's a couple of public schools than I am. I'm trying to get into and see, I think I want to start at the public libraries because there's one by my house, and I can go in, and see if I can just read my book, we're trying to move slowly, but keep moving ahead and your ultimate goal is to get this made into a children's movie. He added. Have you had any luck with that the, you know, we've talked to some Disney like we've had some interaction with some people? But I know that there's there is this one pot children's allay book convention, where a lot of published authors in movie directors and stuff like that. So we're always looking for those avenues, and Amin. It's just pretty much, you know, I think what set your book apart. What makes it different from other children's books? I think it's just a new idea, how two different animals or two different. Species can actually form a friendship in a bond and help each other out because in our world today, there's just so much..
"tim o." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Let me go to Tim. Tim phone us from Virginia. Hey, Tim O, eight Dan? How you doing? I'm good. The question in my hangup, stoked. Radio was okay. Dan? So what AARP in, if not to join hang up and took my rate you. Okay. Gotcha. Thanks him. No, I would not, I would not join AARP. AARP is a scam. Number one. It shouldn't be a nonprofit. They make more money than most for profit, companies make they don't act like a non-profit then own operate, like a nonprofit that own abide by the same rules that we nonprofits abide by, and they get some sort of special preferential treatment from the IRS that allow them to get away with that. The other thing is they're supposed to be an advocate for senior citizens. They are a lot of things. But one thing they are not. And that is an advocate for senior citizens. They don't care about senior citizens. I know I sound very ours, because I get sick and tired of their garbage, but they wouldn't promote some of the products, they promote they wouldn't have promoted and lobbied for Obama Care that senior citizens around the country haven't seen anything yet by what they're going to be going through to try to get healthcare. And they can. Fank AARP. Forgetting behind President Obama on that and supporting that Bill because the probably wouldn't happen if it wasn't for AARP. So you have them Fank when you go to a doctor, and he says, no, we're not taking Medicare where you go to our doctors say, we can't help you or we go to our doctor said, we've got to refer you to somebody else, only to find out that Medicare is not covering that somebody else, or whatever it might be you can thank AARP because they had a they played a huge role in that. So I would tell everybody don't, don't bother with AARP. And if you're doing it for discounts, all the batteries and not to do it because there are so many organizations. I get I get more. I get more benefit out of. You know, triple A. Then I would ever get from AARP. So thank you for that. There are appreciated Tim glad yes, because that helps a lot of people, they don't realize that eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three.
"tim o." Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Hi, I'm rob Nicholson. Welcome to the pixels podcast, a special bonus Pete's episode on the show this week, we have an interview with PR studios the publisher of the newest game site, his alpha and other great games, such as DJ, max Boyz, 'n, Tim O, enjoy the show. So we have with us on the show today we have with us a members of the publisher student, he m studios.
"tim o." Discussed on This Week In Google
"The robot is both of those guys could be replaced by more robust. It's robots all the way down down. Why don't we just make a washing machine that folds your laundry, another guy a laundry shootings device? Oh my God. This is Tim O. You're How? joking. How how many engineers does it? Take to full to shirt. Apparently three plus a rope. So in this guy is your remote operator. I I see him there. Yes. Well, so, you know, the reason why laundry folding robots are so hard, right? It's so difficult to do why. Because it's very hard. A computer can be trained to do one specific object. Really, well, right or one specific thing. Really? Well, so it can pick up an object to the same size and put it in the same place. Every time was hard is when you do laundry, there's different size things. So it's like, I don't know. You know, it it's it's finger grasping can't always grasp things correctly. When you folded its requiring is everything's different. There's no standard. I wanna see this demo in shark tank. I think this would be awesome demo plan on. Incidentally, I hope we don't get the Yugo corporation taking our video from today down. If RV is taken down by a laundry folding robot that will in fact, be the day. I quit podcasting with three strikes. That's the three. No, no. We haven't. We don't have any strikes because we always appeal and they say, oh, yeah. Yeah. We're right. You were right. We shouldn't have. So Google walkout. Organizers are saying they're facing retaliation for organizing those walkouts they've been some of them have been demoted Esther. Yeah. This is. Well, now, let me ask you. This question though. Maybe it's because we're in California, which is an at will work state. But honestly, if if our employees decided to hold the workout walkout, I I would I would have the right to fire them..
"tim o." Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"My my son is involved in the sale of the sailboats sort of on the same page with you in terms of nautical terms. Well, it can come on over here from guys my son. Hi, hi, Tim. It's Phil Hendrie. All right. Hi. So you sell sailboats, right? Uh-huh. Okay. And get closer to the phone. Okay. H Phil just you know, Tim, turn around for me Kim's. Tim's at twelve. Okay. Less. Just wait a minute. Okay. All right. Okay. So Tim, I want to buy a sailboat. Okay. And you have those and tell me for instance, do they come complete with a set of sales. Okay. Hold on that he wants to do it. They have. The canvas bag started. What do you call it fell below? You just you go down into where the people sleep below got to canvas bag is is below you. We gotta do. I didn't say blow. I sent. Oh, he said boil Bela Bela, E, L, Ohio. I'm sorry. It's okay, son. I'm Carrie, no, no, it's fine. So I'm sorry. He's very mortified so we have it. And so what do you wanna come over tomorrow or to let me let me make it for the weekend because it's a work week for me. And I'd be talking to your son, Tim. Yeah, he's the one even charge and that right, Tim. Yeah. And Tim O show you around he'll show you the whole show you where the boats were where the boats we where we parked to where we tied them with ropes to the to the thing. You know, were you tie them off? Yeah. Okay. I the only problem with the way you talk is some people think you're trying to show me up. No. I would never do that. I just it's the Phil Phillip for look around sale. Votes with his father. So he just talks. Oh, you're oh. You know? It's like second nature to you. No, not at all. I mean as I have to think I have to remember to use the right terms. Well, okay here. This is what we do. You wanna go see the boat that's tied up. It's got a rope tied to to big would is that what you want to see. Yeah. I'd like to see the boats that are tied up with rope. Yes. Okay. Well, we'll pick you and then you can go downstairs go to the front. Go to the back. Look at a little round hole, and like Bradshaw said and Joz, and then we have the big stick. That has the big thing that makes the wind blow in it and in a balloon sale right at for when you're running ahead of the wind. What do you call that running before the wind you may want to win blowing blowing blowing us forward? Yeah. Okay. We got the running ahead of the win this. Okay. All right, Tim. I'll see you there then this weekend. Okay. Like, it's mine. The my phone not yours my phone. Okay. Just over there and sit down now. Okay. Hold on for minute fill. Tim put on this. There's your skipper head to to Atta boy say her things doing at the club. Oh, it's fantastic gates lots of membership lunch. Bama party this weekend. We're gonna have our fourth of July party this weekend mortgage rate. You're having a fourth of July putting this weekend..
"tim o." Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Well, it's a very long and detailed question in the short answer is no you don't need to be worried about these. And that you shouldn't get yourself in a bit of a state thinking about them because electromagnetic fields are in so many different things. You see them in mobile phones, they come off microwave ovens, they come wifi routers, computers, the sun. So if they were this terrible conspiracy against us. We would have spotted them by now because they are all over the place. So what actually is an electromagnetic field. Well, it's as sort of combined word of an electric field and magnetic field, and you can think of them as just regions of influence an electric field. For example, will manipulate an electric charge of Portugal that is electrically charged? An a magnetic field will manipulate something that is magnetic and the way that we think of these in terms of whether they're harmful or not for us in terms of how powerful they are. And what they might actually do to you. So the majority of electromagnetic fields that you come into contact with all could non ionizing. So these are like, your, wifi routers, or your mobile phones and things like power lines as well or non ionizing. And that means they won't do any damage to you. And there have been study after study after study has looked at this, and you're absolutely fine. Now, there are some electromagnetic fields to are actually bad for us think things like ultraviolet rays from the sun. We know that if you stand outside in the sun for too long, you get sunburnt and that is because out for violet rays are not very good for you. And also x-rays in medicine rules. So not very good for you. So if you limit your exposure, you're absolutely fine. But if you had too much of them, then you could be in trouble, very comprehensive. Thank you. Tim O use my phone with impunity on that base. I think the answer is that we're doing a massive experiment on the scale of the whole world aren't me. They're more smartphones and mobile devices now than people on the planet. So everyone's using them at some point pretty much, and we have got really good exposure data because we know how long because most of these devices have phones held on people are spending on them. And so we actually know roughly what people's doses are. And so people beginning to relate, any health outcome with exposure and looking for a relationship, and and my right in saying, I don't think yet we've seen one. Yeah. Absolutely. Every now and again study surfaces that says, oh, there's a big issue with mobile phones or mobile phone towers, but when you look into it, they are very very small.
"tim o." Discussed on KCRW
"tim o." Discussed on First Take
"Was their quarterback instead of to what would Alabama. What would we be saying about Alabama? Well, I think too has been the best player in the country this year, I think Cuyler Murray is right behind him. But I think if if Jalen was a quarterback, I still think Alabama would be undefeated. They're just that good there that and you look at the running back. They got four guys that will be legit running backs in the NFL. They got three receivers that will be pretty high traffic. They got tight in. That's a mismatch for anyone their offense. Align has to all Americans. There has been getting better all year. Maybe there's a one of the best defense is in the country. Now, it's a ridiculous team from top to bottom. Listen, they have backups that are better than some teams starters. Even in the top ten. It's a ridiculous man of riches that they have. And I and by the way, Jalen hurts would also be a top twenty quarterback that led his team to two national titles. Yeah, it's a whole lot. It's it's extra Tim. Let's assume Alabama therefore remains undefeated and sodas Clemson, which one loss team is more deserving of a playoff spot, Ohio State or Oklahoma. Well, see this is where we get into a sticky situation, mortgages Irving or most deserving is is not what we're supposed to be looking at. We're supposed to be looking at it from what I know the rules are the four best teams. So we we look at these teams and we evaluate and we say, okay, not most deserving not most credible. But the four best in my opinion, I have Ohio State and Oklahoma above Notre Dame as far as the four best not most deserving not most most consistent. But right now as we speak on a neutral field who would I predict a win? I predict. Ohio State and Oklahoma over Notre Dame. Right down to it. Those Tim let's say it comes down to a choice between Oklahoma and Ohio State. Who are you going within that choice right now before we watch the games tomorrow night? I'm going with Ohio State because of what they did last week in Michigan. It's the best win. It's the best win of the season. Maybe by any team, and they're the hottest right now and Oklahoma. Although their loss was very good loss. They don't have a win like that. And so I'm going to take at the end of the season when when Oklahoma one by three I'm gonna take a high of state running away against the number four team in the country. Tim O work with me on this Maxon. I've been going back and forth because he's an Oklahoma guy in that scenario. I'm Ohio State as well max doesn't believe that somebody like myself should count Oklahoma's defense against them. I'm looking at Oklahoma giving up over forty points at least five or six games this. She I'm looking at Oklahoma team. Whether it's gets Kansas all all West Virginia. You gave a fifty six Oklahoma state. You gave up forty their last four games. They've given up forty. Plus. It's one thing to be suspect defensively, it's one thing to not show up on a particular day or after new defensively, it's another thing to give the impression damning into an entire season that you don't particularly care about defense. I think that's the kind of thing that should count against you. When we're looking at the playoff picture to that you say what? Well, I think I think it has to come into play. You have to look at offense defense and special teams you have to give credit to their offense. Their offense is dynamic arguably the best in the country. They're their quarterback is terrific. I have him right behind to all right now in the Heisman voting. He is dynamic playmaker. But you got to look and say if this team turns a football over one or two times which could easily happen. It's football accidents happen if that happens, they got a chance of losing guess what? If that happens to Alabama. They still win. I forty if that happens the Clemson they win by twenty lake. So there's a there's a big gap. Because the defense is just so hard for them to show up and be consistent consistently get stops. Listen, they hope to get through stops. Three stops not consistent stops. Play. I just think listen, no one has a shot against Alabama. Right. But I'd like to see a punchers chance, and I think Oklahoma given that offense at least as a punchers chance. Let's mix it up and see Lincoln Riley in the area, the whole thing in the mix, and it's not so much. They don't play defense. It's like they shouldn't be penalized for having a great offense. I think there's a tendency to look at high scoring games count them against it. But ten they don't have a loss. Like, Ohio State got spanked Purdue. They lost my field goal in the Red River rivalry to buy a field goal on the road. Okay. You didn't live with that. Because they turn the football over twice. That's that's why they loss, but also to give Oklahoma credit not that we look at last year, but what Lincoln Riley and Oklahoma did to the Georgia defense, although they lost in the Rose Bowl. That was still an outstanding performance and Lincoln Riley. I think is the best offensive coordinator in the country. And so you gotta give them a lot of credit, and you know, he'll game plan for whatever team he faces if it's Alabama he'll have an amazing game plan, but you also know urban Meyer wheel to in urban Meyer has been the underdog where he's the fee. It sabin. So you gotta give love their two. Plus a defense. That's getting better and special teams that always comes up big with block you saw it against Michigan. So you gotta give credit there as well. Tim. We always talk about Notre Dame. We talk about Georgia. We talk about Oklahoma and Ohio State now. Well, we'll just like Alabama's number one. Visit team that's consistently been number two. That happens to be Clemson. Why have we not set enough about them, and what kind of a legitimate threat to you perceive them as being considering effect that they were at number two because it's almost like the forgotten team and all of this. Well, I think we've said a lot about them. I think that I think that's a really good team. They're a complete team. I think they got a tiny bit exposed last week against South Carolina gave up thirty five points, which was very close to being forty nine points because they had to fourth in one stops on the goal line. I do think there are a complete team. They're the second best team in the country right now. But compared to Alabama, there's still a gap. That's why. I think that we we don't talk about it as much because Alabama is clear cut number one. Because there are no holes in this team. They have maybe the best player in the country the best offenses country. Now, maybe the best defense in the country. There are just no holes in this Alabama team. That's why they're separate. And there's there's no the Shawn Watson making you think. Maybe they have a chance to pull off the upset. That's right. Yeah. Ten before. We let you go. You mentioned your former coach, and I want to get into a quick 'cause they just beat down. Michigan. And we know Ohio State owns them. I forget the exact stap like fourteen fifteen. Yeah. What is the deal with it? Tim are they just recruiting better players. Or is it the coaching? I think it's both. I think it's both. And let me tell you why everybody looked at leading up to the game. But it's not about necessarily all the Saturdays before it's about just that three hours in urban Meyer for the whole year. He preaches a rivalry games. He preaches against Michigan. So his whole team's ready against Maryland. They probably showed up in relate. Hey, man. We're going to Justice team. And they didn't does a close game. But it gets Michigan. They were prepared. They were ready. Michigan man brand man to man coverage and they picked out their weakest Lincoln. They went after after after till they dusted him. I think oh how coached him. I think they'll play them. I think Dow prepared them because the fertile highway state they knew that was the biggest game and they prepared for all year. And when it came time they were ready for the bright lights. They were ready for the pressure. And you saw what happened? You know that Maryland games, though, is disqualifying me because had they done something affirmatively to win it that would be one thing. Maryland dropped a pass for a touchdown. That's why Ohio State doesn't have two losses. That's the only reason why even talking about them. That's true. All right. Tim always good to talk to we. Appreciate you. Let's do it again next week. You guys sounds good. All right. My name is Lauren. I'm thirty three. I didn't want my identity to be this smoking mom my first experience with jewel. 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"tim o." Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Well, well, only pass out because at the end up bravery stupidity, but the end the it's not scary on impasse out because of freight. It's at the end to like, get rid of your access speed. I guess it just goes into like tight corkscrew like ten feet above the ground just over and over and all of a sudden you can just feel like the blood being drained at your head like a sideways corkscrew. I guess I gotta give you. This you did not want to go on this mostly because years ago we went to six flags with a bunch of our friends. And we went on a bunch of rollercoasters. We got there as soon as it opened and we stayed until close and we got flash passes that year. We went on seventeen rollercoaster day. Awesome. But at the end we all went on eighteen because you said at the last one 'cause we went on Nitra wasn't Nitra. And I had a bunch of change in my pocket for some reason suddenly oak as it was before, like you could use debit cards in. Lockers. So you had to get. For the lockers. Anyway, the oldest change as as we're going up creeping up that hill at the beginning, all the change was falling into my pocket, and you were sitting in it was just like ricocheting off the tracks and the wheel, and you're sitting in the directly behind and this is you after right? I got sixteen roller coasters. You'd started screaming, Tim, you son of a bitch, you'll kill us all. I was so mad at you because I'm like, where do you stopped while you lose your pocket? But I couldn't. You know, you're strapped in. You don't have access to your pockets. So I chose to laugh at you maniacally, like the joker himself. Yeah. Yeah, that was that was like maybe like the only true panic attack. Whereas like is wanted to like, get off. I close my eyes for the rest of the rest of the ride ten years later I give you props for going back on that ride with me, and then you turn to me halfway through it this year and went like this, right? I mean, I I, and that was the thing because it's so long stretches that you can turn to your your seat mate and talk to them. Yeah. Well, that was the thing last year, like or not last year the time we went on like ten years ago freaked out because everybody else was like you've been on this rollercoaster five times today. Like I think it was like the new roller coaster that year. So we just like cab going on it and nobody could understand why all of a sudden I was afraid of it. Like, Tim, Tim o. kill get kitchen. Tim did something to the tracks. There's like every frigging final destination like this. What happens like Tim, to pours all of his change on the track doesn't have it in any of the final nations. Dumb. I don't think you understand those movies and even get the flattened penny that you're after. No, I scoured the grass under the coaster for that. And get your head kicked off Tom all in all a spooky time. A thrilling time. Yeah, both walking around. We just got menaced by ghouls constantly constantly. Yeah. Even if you don't go in the the haunted houses, your Cillian get menaced. Yeah. Yeah, we were there for about five hours and went on six hundred houses and six roller-coastered Justice league is really a roller coaster, but it's a ride track real ride, I would say, and we drank a beer and we had one beer and I think thing we want to show. Yeah, we watched like some ghouls dancing show. No, I think it was like right after the beer. We went on El Toro and immediately after that peer boy, why'd I drink a beer before going on roller coaster, getting beers. You're like, I'm surprised more people aren't getting beers. I was like, oh, you'll make you sick, I get it. Yeah. So we ain't get another beer after that. Well, Tom, I think that about does it for spooky roundup of fray fast..
"tim o." Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Think that people that have the strength and power now to stand up, it's a good thing any in anything in any in any any sort of inequality. It's if this gives people the strength to finally break through and stand up, then it's then it's always a good thing. And in terms of like the people that that have been been accused in proven to be doing this, they deserve to get what they got. You know, that's just the fact. So try think it's a good thing and I think it's every industry should be doing the same. Definitely. Have you noticed a change in conduct or like behavior, like behind the scenes since all the me too stuff. Again, not really because we have, it's not like we have a set that really allows that kind of stuff. So people are like more cautious or like, you know, just like you don't want to sound like older men in this industry who I've met like I go up and give a hug to in and I'm like, oh, I'm just a friendly person. I am a hugger, but I've noticed that certain people can be more like offish now maybe maybe you do you want to get some of your Trish. Noticing people acting differently. Not Tim o. just in general, I think some men may more cautious with how friendly they may be introductions, and that I'm like, oh, no, I'm I'm just a hugger like that's all. I don't. Again, I think hopefully everybody just uses common sense and dignity and have have a good moral compass and aren't doing things like that feels like the I I gotta tell you. I think part of the problem is it just seems so insane that it's sort of hard to believe, hey, so yeah, I think I think everybody's first reaction before this movement was what no way. No one's going to do that. No one's going to show up at the peninsula hotel. One hundred seventy five times in a row, but that seems seems excessive. And then you find out it's true and you're like, oh, okay. Well that's true. And then you hear the next thing you really, that's doesn't seem logical. That's and then you go, okay, so now I think everybody's eyes are open. Now there's creepy shit that happens out there and it can happen. So that's good too, because I think part of the problem wasn't necessarily that people like weren't believing it for batteries and other than they don't do that kind of thing. And you can't imagine someone doing that. You're like. Really? That doesn't seem like it can happen and everybody realizes no, no, it can definitely happen and we need to open her eyes and you need to believe people when they speak up. Definitely. There's what does this show rose McGowan there's a show she did. That's all based on that. Right. Have you seen it or her documentary or documentary? Yeah. Well, I mean, obviously she's a big advocate. She's been the the face for its beginning, which is good, and she's she's a great talent and a great person. And she's obviously rightly so feels very strongly about it. And so I think it's been, I think it's been good to have somebody who is unrelenting and getting the message cross. Definitely well on a more fun now. Out of the film. So far released in two thousand eighteen which were the ones that like most excited you will obviously yours. They worked on the take my, but I'm saying you can some of it's going to sound super boring and cliche in sort of has been said a thousand times. But obviously the new Har stuff is so frigging cool like the splits and the and the, you know they get out in the. Yeah, get out. That was so good and you know, all quiet place. All these things are like, elevating hoarder such a very cool level it this. So I think that's really, really, really cool to and also movies are getting better. We'll because really talented filmmakers are going into that John and the dots, the way it used to be. It used to be back in the day, John carpenter, and you know these guys were the horror masters, and then it sort of became a little bit wrote and people just thought, do some jump scares into be get..