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"tolo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"For hanging in there and let's get Tolo. Brian Brian. Thank you. Yeah. Hello? Yes, sir. Uh, I got a tip for the guy that was talking about getting the mortar office brick on his kidney that he re pointed? Yes, sir. When he does that Mariah to gas and he quick. All right. You know the nice thing about Brian is he hung on for 46. 56 minutes to. Ah, save us. That little tip. Sorry you didn't get here. All right, Let's get to Frank. Here, Frank. Welcome. Hello, Gary. How are you? Yes, sir. Fine. Gary. I've got a sister and I live out in the country and every once in a while it gets a musty smell, wondering if there's anything besides Clorox I can use to get rid of that The water tastes fine. Cleaning about heaven cleaned it in about five years, but before that even claimed it for, say, 50 every 15 years. Any ideas? Um, nine? Jeez, I I just think it's a matter of cleaning it to I I don't know. Uh, the thing I'm struggling with is why are we getting that odor? Um, because odor is created by bacteria. Where's the bacteria coming from? Is the water level lower in the cistern and dust is getting in there is the odor emanating from above the water line. That's why it's not affecting the Um, the taste of the water. Um so I guess those would be my concern is probably the area above the water line and just a good solid cleaning and rinsing and take care of the problem. Okay? Okay. You've never heard of any kind of additive, though. And I'm sure there is, but no, I'm not. I'll give you a website to search. I I'm pretty familiar with this company. But I don't know if they have a nana. Tip for cisterns or not. And the name of it is robotic R O E. Be I see. Now they have a lot of drink cleaners and different products for septic tanks. I don't know if they have anything for cisterns. Okay, Well, thank you, sir. All right. Thank you Take care. Goodbye. All right. We'll go to calm because Georgia and we have Dave Dave, welcome. You doing? Yes, sir. Fine. Look here. I'm we saw Christine Tubbs. Okay. You used stuff that comes out of the Home Depot. Later down the line it shakes. Could you recommend? Maybe our marine paint or something? Well that they're in a poxy. I know there's um, the one you used at a Home depot. There's a couple out on the market. Um, was it and a poxy or was it just a non a poxy tub paint? Would get a non a proxy jumping. Okay, so they probably having a poxy tub paint. And it's made by home AC Home. Acker home, Max H O M a X. I think home acts and it's a two part of poxy. And that would probably be You know, a little bit more substantial. The secret is and you know there's people that do this professionally. Where they have priority. Um primers, um In their sprayed on so prep is 100% the name of the game here? You gotta get that super super clean and you got to get that a poxy to really bite on it. So when you get that tub paint by home, Max the A poxy Really read the instructions in the instructions or rather lengthy. And spend the time on the prep. Because that that's going to be the key. Whether the stuff's gonna work and stand up. I've used it before. My only knock on it is I didn't spray it. I brushed it. And you could kind of see the brush marks, but it's stocked. And it stayed, so it did a decent job. The applicator fitted a little better job about how long does that take the drive overnight? So you know, you put it on and I think it's eight hours. I don't know if there was, um you know, telling you tow not use the tub for 24 hours. It's been a while, but I would say plan on a day and you should be good. Okay? All right. Um, I'll have them send somebody stand blasted to get it all the way down. To the circus. Well, I don't think you need to do that. I mean, I think if you just is the tub kind, of course now kind of rough. Yeah. Yeah, I just think if you just get yourself a Palm Sander and saying that down real good, Just don't put it on a real shiny surface or you know where it's still glazed. You just want to cut through that. Already. All right? Very much. You give me a lot of information. I appreciate it. Thanks, Dave. You take care. Bye bye. All right. Our phone number is 808 to 38255 and nothing will try to squeeze time on here, Tom. Welcome. Good morning. Let me get you off Speaker Gary. All right. Wow. I started out with one question, but I've got to do first I've got a bottle of wet. Forget I live in northeast Ohio. OK, andare between our temperatures and our rainfall. It's just kind of hard to get it applied, but I had a new roof put on in November. And I have concerns. I've got a 50 year old Cape Cod with dormers on the front in the back, and my concern was spraying the siding. Would there be any discoloration in the new shingled roof? Should I kind of hope? None. No, it won't hurt anything. It really won't. Now, If you've got a roof, it may have a does it have a guaranteed? Ah, you know, Algy won't grow on it for like, 10 years or anything. Well, um Thinking it does. I? Yes. So what I would do if it does. I think you're probably wasting the product. It'll do a good job. Probably around eight year eight or nine. I would spray the roof of that point. I've gotten people trees on both sides, the house and I'm not. I don't want to spray the.
The Army Is Expanding Allowed Hairstyles For Women
"For years, Most women in the U. S Army were required to wear their hair short or pinned back into a very tight bond that time has now passed. Earlier This year, the Army began allowing women who spent most of their day away from the field freedom from the bun. And this month, the army updated that changed to allow female soldiers. A little more freedom. I actually started Tolo practice braiding my hair because I was so excited that we were going to be able to braid our hair and wear ponytails that Sergeant Nickel Pierce, who works at Fort Sill in Oklahoma, she's been able to wear braids and ponytails since January, and now she's able to wear them untucked so long as they don't go past her shoulder blades, thanks to the update to the updated grooming policy. Major Terry Taylor, stationed at Fort Stewart in Georgia has enjoyed not having to chemically relaxed her hair because locks, braids, twists and cornrows can come together in one or two braids or a ponytail and still meet regulation with lax. There is a style called barrel rolls. And which are hair can be rolled back. Taylor usually pins up the ends, but now she can leave them free if she wants very professional and appearance very neat. And it's very user friendly because that style can last at least two weeks, so that allows me to not have to manipulate my hair is much no loose ends from Major Farren Um, A Campbell in Silver Spring. Maryland. Yes, so in the Army on pretty much known as the bald major within my unit on the only bold female she suffered hair damage and loss after years, wearing her hair in a tight bun. And she's not alone. Many black women soldiers reported having that experience Major Campbell says she's happy. The U. S Army allows her to be bald by choice and do shave my head and it's been a very freeing change within a regulation. It's not just comfort here. Thick hair buns make it difficult for women to wear their helmets properly, making it low on the eyes, sometimes obscuring vision. Ah, problem when you have to aim your weapon. We've all mentioned. Some of these things were long overdue that Sergeant Major Jennifer Francis of the U. S. Army Institute for Surgical Research at Fort Sam in Houston, Texas, She was on the panel that gave input to leadership about updating the grooming guidelines. We are an army and we can't necessarily do everything civilians are doing so we've got to figure out what's best for the Army. And its people. Women now make up about 15% of the U. S. Army, and about a third of those are black. Many see rules against certain hairstyles as outdated at best discriminatory at worst. Major Terry Taylor, now set to retire after two decades of service says how a soldier wears her hair when she's on base does not change her leaf aladi or her professionalism. Who's to say that a ponytail is not professional in appearance? Who's to say the locks are not professional in appearance as long as you can, probably where your headgear and look professional in your uniforms. I think that's what matters at the end of the day. The army now joins the Navy, the air Force and Space Force Yes, Space force when it comes to allowing loose
"tolo" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"In California, baby. I don't have Tolo. Don't have to be. Oh, I don't have to. I'm not. I'm not under 16 inches 17 inches of snow like you are Well, Fortunately, um it melted a bit. But we're supposed to get another 4 to 6 inches. Really? Wow. Yeah, I know. I tried already. I know of Huh? Wow. But I'm not ready to move to any tropical too. Well, that's what we're talking was talking about with Johnny Jet. I said, Do you know anything about Barbados? This is very nice. They have a special Moved to Barbados visa. Or you could stay there for a year. And and worked there for a year. And we have a friend who's done that. And he's like okay, she says. It's great. They have good Internet. I don't know. I think it be fun. Well, you should certainly try it for a month or two to see. That's exactly what I would do it for a year. Just you know, until until this whole cove ID sing. Yeah, it's gonna affect will be another year. Good Lord Don't say that. Every week. Dick joins us to show off some gizmo or gadget that he's found. That's why he's argues more wizard or gives was. What do you have this week? Okay, Well, you know what? There is another show in Vegas during Si es called food Tech, and they do their show the third night. You know, we go to show stoppers. We go to pep calm. And then the third night, there's food tech. You never told me about this. I never heard of this. This is on Lee that Third year and the first the first year with dreadful they had they had their heads five people showing so dear, the second year they had about a dozen this year it was virtual and they had about 20. Okay, and I thought this is kind of interesting. It is a product called Bond. Bowlby a win bill W. L and it is a many. Induction cooker. I like this idea. Instead of having a gas burner or an electric eater. You haven't kind of like your phone charger a magnetic induction charges. You have to have pants that are Magnetic for this to work Well come it comes with its own pin. And the object here is it's double insulated bowl comes home, Cole. It comes with its own bowl and you kick cook and eat out of the same boy. Okay, so it's about saving dishes is what this is. Yes, exactly. Also, it's tiny. It's eight inches by a inches. So this is first student or, you know something great for it for a dawn instead of a hot plate. Yeah. Uh, if you have a camper, an RV, and I said to the guy since it's so small, most of them need their own line. He said, No. This one is only 500 Watts. That's not even as much as a hair dryer. No, but I said, Can you use all anything other than your bowl? And he said You cannot You see this? That little you have to use the bowl? Oh, yeah, he said, What is this is just like a Rahman maker. Why you could cook anything on on their website. You can make eggs. You can do pasta. And you could you could do lots of cooking's. That's definitely for my son is a college kid thing? Yeah, exactly. So you can eat out of the same ball. You're cooking. That's great. Yes, exactly. And when you order the ball your order stainless or you order Teflon if you don't wanna Spend a lot of time cleaning the bowl, so that would be for him, so it's insulated on the outside. Take it right off the induction cooker Bachelor bowl. His mother said. There you go. That's what they now The thing is, it's very expensive. I was a little disappointed by the price, much 149 bucks. Oh, yeah..
"tolo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"3 FM Gators and Chad Show afternoon 30.0 Just seeing this come over. Former president Trump says he will not testify in the Senate impeachment trial. Not a shocker. Democrats wanted him, Tolo, do that. And questioning scale 1 to 10. How? How much do you care about that eyes? They're less than zero? Yeah, Here's when I would care if there was really something that was earth shattering. Emails, text messages of Trump said to attack, he told everybody, Paul, go start all these people involved. Then you know what you pay attention. Otherwise, it's a foregone conclusion that they're not gonna Hey, after Marjorie Taylor Greene was essentially exonerated yesterday from all the craziness that she brought. She's the Congress person. That's super cute on this. Nothing's gonna happen here. We're moving on with her life. A scale 1 to 10 Amanda like a negative five. Good, so I don't care. Yeah, either way. No, I'm just over it. It's just gonna change anything. I'm over it. Okay? What to change? He's not. He's not running for president. I think we realized that No done. We gotta move on. We got Can't live in the past like it's like, Cove it we've talked about this before. We want to relitigate everything that happened last year in the state of Arizona, and you know, we didn't do a really good job. Do you want to relitigate that or you wanna do you want to move forward and now discuss vaccine? That's what I want to do. I don't want to live in the past. I wanna look forward and I want to know what's happening with with the vaccine because that's now Trump is yesterday. What happened last year is all yesterday. Not that we forget about it, but we have to move on and speaking of moving on here's the deal with the vaccine. Young people should get first in line for the vaccine. 1%. Yes, very controversial and you like it? Why? Because who's doing stuff? When you talk about the spread? Who's the one spreading it, you know, let let's go back. We always wanna make everything equal. That's the big thing eventually during the AIDS epidemic. We finally got to the point where? Yes, you know what anybody could catch it, but predominantly ivy, drug users and gay men were catching it and it We got to a point where he couldn't. We had to make it all the same. It was certain things that we just have to do Who's spreading this right now? 20 that like 45. They're the spreaders. Because they're out there Young. They feel they're invincible. Some of them are working and they're allowed people those of the people that are in society on a daily basis. They should be the ones that get it First. Here's the problem with that, though. They're the ones that are spreading it not doing their job and they're gonna get rewarded with a Val. See, Here's the thing. This thing spread is such that even if you do everything, even if you do everything correctly, doesn't mean you're not gonna catch it because I think a lot of times we think everybody who's 25 has caught. This has somehow been out of club every night. That's not true, right? We know that a lot of people got it from over the last few months from being a Thanksgiving or being a Christmas or that kind of being back at work or being stuck inside because the weather's changed or yeah, I mean, you can get it anywhere. You can still wear a mask and get it. You can take your mask off for the at the wrong time with the wrong person and think. Hey, this person's in my inner circle. We're gonna have a cup of coffee outside and I still get it. It's so you do you never know. I just It's like it's like the argument with now they're saying, If you are a smoker, you should get the vaccine. Okay, So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to reward you for your bad behavior, Putting the cancer stick in your mouth and now you get the vaccine. It's like this. Oh, well, okay. You're obese now. Never reward you with the vaccine because covert is hitting the obese harder than anybody. Well, it's not my fault that you went to Burger King every night. And you know what? I think if you ask people, that's the attitude they have us like you shouldn't people shouldn't have to suffer because of my poor choices. And we don't We just assume that I mean, that's the that's the nation we live in. Now. This nanny state was like when we better take off, you know, flat earthers off of you two because somebody may walk to the edge of the plant and fall off. Who are you trying to protect? So I'm good with giving the people that I've said people who are working every day People are out there every day. People are driving the economy in the engine of this need to be vaccinated. First I said about the elderly. You know what? I bet if you asked most of them and you took it actual. Hey, what do you think we should do? They probably all say you know what they need it. The younger generation. They're out there. Well, I've heard you say before that if you're adding to the economy and you're out there working and you're doing this, you should get the vaccine over an elderly past because you're out and about Then you got the elderly saying I don't have a lot of a lot of years left get the vaccine so.
"tolo" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"In Tyler. Hey, Russell. Good morning, sir. Not necessarily, but well, let's it we'll let that stand for now. Yeah, it's little volume drizzly, but, hey, it's still morning. That does not make it a bad morning. Just cause it's foggy in Jerusalem. That is correct. I want Tolo respond to the lady with the own often the gate issues. Yeah, the gates not an issue. Gates. Fine. Yeah. My eye. Let me preach this this by saying that I'm old enough. Have Ah 80 something Chevrolet and the nineties. She's man 80 something forward and 94 Chevrolet. Three quarter ton, four will drive five speed and this has what to do with a brand new Teague one. Well, what I was getting, too is OK but granted gear in the past year and go pick up square bales by myself. Pick up 10 Bales. Rum side of the truck. Okay, that has nothing to do so far with the electron IX of the on off switch on the pig one, Russell. Well, you just you by older vehicle that Vehicle runs as long as you have fuel in the tank. Okay? I'm not sure that was the solution. She's looking for. She does have a special needs child that she is very, very protective of So just losing the antilock brakes by your suggestion would Maurer than the gate any benefit of having the on and off switch? Well, I've got a I had a 2018 work truck in 2019 work trucks have them both. Because you don't have a key. You have a father and I've got locked out of both of them with keys in it, and with kids running in it. Yeah. I have this new design technology. I think I think with outsmarted ourselves in the fact that we've become dumb. Well. I'm a question that people been writing me for 30 years saying how dumb I am. So I don't think I've gotten any worse. Russell. You know, I was thinking I was getting smarter as they got older, But according to these people, they're gone. Just dumb as you were the first down radio I was gonna Wow. Okay. Yes, I guess All I'm saying is technology is nice. But at the same time old school still worked. His president works. Okay, So here's an issue I had this week. This kind of computerized, right? But I actually taught introduction to computer science for semester wants 30 years ago. And so I have what's called a brave browser. That is the name of it. Because I do very, very heavy browser work because of the website news and loading up literally, folks. 140 newspapers, magazines Look at every morning. It was clogging and slowing down all the other browsers, but brave could handle that. So I go into use my brave browser this week, and it says This won't work with your operating system anymore. Yeah, because they did an automatic download on it. Now who does an automatic download past the point of the operating system? And so but not a problem because I left it in there. Non functional. I have a backup, so I slid the browser over from the backup, right? And it opened and work because of downloads when the browsers open and installs when you quit. So I go looking for solutions. How to turn off that feature. And I find all the codes to do that. So I opened the terminal in my Mac typing all the codes to find out they're worthless. Okay, so I'm black complaining to brave. Why would you guys do an automatic download that causes your product quit working because on this computer, I have a much older operating system. This kind of goes in line with what you're saying. We're becoming dumb. It's actually making me smarter because I went through all this and In my case, I explained, this is I have brand new Max with all the latest stuff, but this one has very expensive recording software on it Videos off where the whole bit the updates for the website. If I update the operating system, I have to buy all this new stuff from scratch, and it's in excess of probably 15 to $20,000.1 guy, not anybody with their customers. Back deal saw the form and he said If you'll just open up. The eye feature in it. And it says you want to lock the application. He won't do the download. It will ask you if you want it done. So I went through all the complex stuff of doing it. Find out. All I had to do was hit command. I Locket. And it asked me now. So every time I use announce, says, Do you want to download the software? Yeah. Where it won't work? No, thank you. Right now. I gotta go. I get what you're saying. But on the whole the totality of it, I wouldn't give up all the modern safety features. Mary Haven't without a gunnery. Okay. Have a good weekend. Russell. If he's like, okay?.
"tolo" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Tell us a little bit about yourself. What were you doing prior to discovering this opportunity? Well, I think like many people, I've worked in a number of different capacities. I looked around and decided that I would go into the financial industry. In that capacity. I wound up becoming Licensed for securities mutual funds variable nobody's term insurance, long term care insurance, that kind of thing and Was with that firm for probably another 556, maybe even seven years. But the fact of the matter is I've always been looking for something that would provide me with Ah, little more than anything that I had had heretofore and I was also interested in. Ah, perhaps being able to find a way to have more control of my time. Daniel, tell everyone how you first heard about this and what appealed to you. About this opportunity. Well, the truth is, I heard about this on local radio station. That zone are in my area, and I was quite intrigued by what I was hearing because in reality, as you know, I kind of mentioned a couple minutes ago that I was looking for something that would give me to have give me the opportunity to perhaps work from home, and this was talking about working from home for just a few hours a day. And I also thought that having control of my time was really something that I was interested in. But as much as anything, I was intrigued by the notion of not having to report to a boss. I think there's probably a lot of people out that might be able to relate to that. If you don't have Tolo report to somebody who's telling you what to do all the time. That zah beautiful thing. And, uh, all the other things that I've looked at in the past really sort of promised that kind of Ah, situation. But in reality I found found myself looking into them or multi level marketing opportunities than nothing you can imagine. And all them pretty much turned into the same thing. You know, you gotta you gotta find 10 people to find 10. People settle, etcetera, or you've gotta sell product and maintain inventory and do all that recruiting. Stuff and it just for me. It never worked out. I'm not saying it's a bad thing to do, but it just was not a good fit for me. So when I heard them saying no uncertain terms that this is not, you know, not multilevel marketing, there's no sales involved. No recruitment involved. I found that, you know, no practice service to move. I found that really intriguing. I think the most intriguing aspect of wall that's was with anything, I guess.
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"WTMJ Conversations. My name is Scott Waris and I will be your host over the next hour. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 13 mission. In fact, it was just just a couple of short weeks ago. The mission was intended to be the third lunar landing. But instead what happened between takeoff on April 11th 1970 splash down on April 17th 1970 Did not include a moon landing. And yet, as we all know, it did turn out to be a story that will forever be remembered. The commander of that mission was James Level, a man with deep ties to Milwaukee now 92 years old and lives in northern Illinois. And as you'll hear over the next hour, while it's been five decades since that harrowing journey for Jim Lovell, the memories and the story are still extremely vivid today. I really hope you enjoyed our conversation this wtmj conversation with an American hero. We start with the anniversary itself. And just how much time he spent thinking about it and thinks about the mission. Even today, where we're looking forward to the 50th anniversary, I planned Tolo. Walked Eo. They were causes Fear, which is in Kansas, where they spacecraft was located. It was on display and just say goodbye to it, and then later on to go down to the Kennedy Space Center, and we're gonna have Ah 50th anniversary reunion with the other. The mission control team and the The president myself and and the families. We're gonna bring the families down there because all that was put aside with this virus that's going on. So I'm pretty well stuck here. Place Forest, Illinois by my desk in my study. How often do you get a chance as it were right now, by phone or by email health And do you stay in touch with Fred Hayes, a member of that crew and and other members of the ground control team. What we do quite often a fact what we're playing to do these reunions. We talk to each other back and forth. I want to talk to the grub in team that was responsible for the lunar module. And then, of course, the other teams, the manufacturing teams and things like that. Just just maybe 50th anniversary today. I'm 92 is probably hell. We won't have too many more of them. So this was a good time to celebrate. And now we're trying to put it aside until October, right, Frank, where they're looking at the redoing it on. Uh, if everything goes OK with regards to Ah, virus. How often do those memories and of that Apollo 13 mission? How often do they come back to you? And you find yourself remembering what happened and what you overcame. Well, that was a good time for memories to come back because, you know, saying here by death, thinking back and I could put the music by computer of the policy of 13 movie and things like that, But actually, I I think back the long before that, I think Back in my days in Milwaukee as a kid because I remember thinking about not exactly space flight because there wasn't anything at that time, but airplanes and then I don't high school way We build a little solid rocket. The and I have read a book on rocket technology on the Oh, I was quite interested in high school.
"tolo" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"A couple. I'm also asking Congress to immediately get rid of the wasteful and unnecessary items from this legislation and to send me a suitable bill or else the next administration will have to deliver a covert relief package. And maybe that administration will be made and we will get it done. Thank you very much. Yeah, well, we already know the next administration isn't gonna be him. I just told everybody knows I voted for Trump. He lost, so we know that's not going to be him on Tolo push forward. This is what's going to happen now. By the way. What's going to happen is that Republicans and Democrats in the house and in the Senate are now gonna wait a month. And they're going to give Joe Biden a golden opportunity to put his name on a bunch of money that's going to go to the American people. That's what's going to have. That's all that's happening tonight. So trump with this laundry list of things that is in every spending bill. You know if we really wanted to fix this, we have the American people. It's not our fault that shine assault. Fine virus. Sure, the fact that this bill Contains all the junk in it that the president was talking about. He's right about that. It does. That is the fault of the American people. That is your fault. And that is my fault because we keep electing the same boneheads over and over and over again from both parties and they all do this. Heck, the thing about that one of the things A business lunch tax break for business meals that's in there, so businesses can basically write off their lunches at restaurants. That's a ridiculous thing that doesn't help. The American people does it that was championed by Trump. He wanted that in there, but still all of this stuff isn't every spending Bill. All of it. This isn't news. This isn't news to trump. Every spending bill he signed has had this stuff in it. The hypocrisy that oozes out of Washington from both parties. Doesn't even border on stupid. It.
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"The album is called Hark and Andrew Berg joins me now welcome Thanks for having me great to have you. Well, there isn't a lot of holiday cheer out there right now. So is that reflected in this record that it's Maybe has a kind of a I don't know. I Sad or at least a somber tone to it. Hmm. Well, Yeah, but I think I would I would do that. Sort of summer melancholy approach any year. Um I think when you hear that Really chipper tunes. That's when it really drives you crazy. Yeah, I can kind of rub against your state of mind, You know? Did you think like most people are feeling a little melancholy anyway during the holiday season? Despite I mean, even in other years. Yeah. I mean, my my first attempts at writing like original Christmas tunes were immediately my mind went Tolo family dysfunction and alcoholism and you know the dark side. And, uh, but then, at the same time, I scrapped a lot of those tunes thinking maybe maybe people don't need to hear this right now. Right? I mean, because there is the the idea that well do people need something uplifting because they're feeling so. Ad right now and so sad and so Desperate. Yeah. Um, I don't know if I'm the best one to provide that I did start this album just wanted to make a Vince Karate covers album because I love You know the Charlie.
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"tolo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"5 to 29872 if you want, Tolo. React to anything we've discussed today. Good chat with Brent Bregman. You know the question I posed to him. About whether this season would ultimately be worth it. And look, we're gonna have that conversation. After the Army game. But I thought, you know, maybe the result of the Army game. Would taint a little bit, because if we look at if air Force plays and bring brings up an excellent point You know what the You know what they would the guys who The guys who opted out they could come back because the semester would be over. So maybe we'll see. Let's just take it lets you say that's not gonna happen. Let's just say Air Force plays. The game against army with the same guys that go out against Utah State tonight. And then air Force loses the arm Me. Then it's easy to look at it and say Well, You know, Air force had so many opt outs. It's not worth it because they didn't give themselves the best chance possible to win the commander in chief's trophy. I don't want to be biased towards whatever happens in and in the same coin say they be army and then go Oh, yeah, Well, they want to see I see Trophy, of course, is worth it just the prospect of looking at this season. Was it worth it? And there's so many other conferences in schools that have to ask themselves. The same question. And I'm with I agree with brain I did not see. Moorhouse harm being done. For college football toe. Wait till the spurring. I knew there were some things That You know, running up against your other top revenue generating sport and all that kind of I get that. I'm not saying there were no perfect answers. Were designed to play in the fall or in the spring. What we've seen the NFL's been able to hold things together. College football hasn't They're cancelations all over the place. We're having this discussion about whether Ohio State Deserves to be in the cause Football playoff because they haven't played even enough games to be eligible to play for a big 10 title. We're having these conversations with different teams, different conferences. I thought that the better choice was to play in the spring. College football. I I really believe that and I felt the same way about playing high school football in the spring. But I knew once that s E. C and the SEC in the big 12 do what they did. Everyone was going to end up following because then it becomes who wants to stay relevant? And already we're seeing the Pac 12. Become less relevant because now that Oregon lost Oregon State, they're not even going to get a sniff at the college football playoff. You know, they get left out. Quite a bit. Like they released in the conversation, and they're not now. And it's In part Because the Pac 12 isn't Playing as many games. Really you would become More relevant than you already are. If you wait and play the spring with, like the Ivy League. So you knew once those three power fives haven't that ever in all the pressure that came down on the big 10, you knew it was just a matter of time before everyone else fell in line. But the problem is for the Yeah. I think the biggest issue here is the indecisiveness is the changing of the mind. We can argue whether playing in the spring or the fall was the better idea. What we can all agree on, I think Is that The conference is that waited That was the wrong move. Don't four sites really difficult thing? Toe have right now. In these times. But I wish that these conferences the big 10, the Pac 12, the Mountain West. I wish that they would have had the foresight or maybe in four sites on Tibet just Do the Courage for lack of a better word, because that I mean, are they courageous? For making these decisions. I don't think they are, but Just being able TOC stick with your decision. You took in all the information. You knew that. Public health experts expected another spike a second wave right about now, and you knew all the difficulties that would go into it. And a half and half. Would have been as detrimental to the half that played in the spring. If we still get God, Ohio State And You know Michigan even though they stink. They're still relevant. You know if we got the big 10 in the Pac 12, and then we got especially the power fire like air. The group of five Half of those teams were playing in the spring and everything. It would have been less detrimental the strength in numbers, But if it's you standing on an island playing spring football with the Ivy League that's not good. What if all the conferences that initially said no. Stuck with their decision. I think they would be in a better spot because what really hurt them was the indecisiveness. Was being wishy washy flip flopping. If they were going to decide. I'm not even saying whether it's the right call the plane the fall or not. I'm just saying if you decided to play.
"tolo" Discussed on WGN Radio
"According to the sleep, experts, temperature and cloth materials like cotton, linen and silk that make up pills, mattresses and clothing off and dictate whether you get a rest will sleep. Recommendation. Bed sheets and pajamas with breathe a bowl cotton fabric so that you do not overheat. That makes sense, although there's something about falling asleep in your clothes, you know, because you're not supposed to do that. And you know, it's it's quick. You don't have to do anything. You just You hit the bed with all your clothes on? Yeah, I break that up there with falling asleep on the couch. Yeah, that either I feel so good. That isn't Yeah, and my brother used Tolo. Don't know if he actually did this or he said he did, but he was a lawyer, he claimed. Sometimes he would sleep in his in his shirt and tie. So he could just pop out of bed in the morning. Save. Save a lot of time getting dressed. Let's see. Okay. So number three sleep masks humans prefer sleeping in the dark and sleep masks are one of the simplest ways to prevent the Physiological and psychological effects of light from hindering your sleep. And Marianne uses a sleep mask. I can't I can't do that. Because you know you have something on your head. That doesn't work for me. Number four curtains. The same vein asleep masks but not quite as restrictive or cluster full book. You've been black outside light coming in through your window. With a good, opaque curtain, you know like that, And this is an interesting one. Number five. On the list of Things which will help you sleep better. Things to put in your bedroom ASAP. Number five. Aromatherapy, particularly lavender. The National Sleep Foundation. Notes that the scent of lavender has been proven to decrease heart rate and blood pressure, potentially putting you in a more relaxed state. If you prefer perfuming the room with candles. Just be sure to put the flame out before you doze off. That's a little dangerous. I wouldn't do that. Better yet light the candle and anticipation for your bedtime. And then you can blow it out when you go to sleep. Smell. I mean, you know, that is a powerful sense. We have. And I was reading something the other day that made me think of everybody's favorite smell in school. Remember the many a graph machine, huh? Paper coming out the data machine? Yeah, yeah. When was the last time you smell that? Why don't they make some sort of cologne or perfume with that sent? It was sixth grade Might be the last time I smelled that. Yeah, a long time ago. They don't have those anymore. Now that they used to have them in in all the schools, right? The big roller. Yeah, almost as good as the chicken pot pie smell from the cafeteria about an hour before lunch. That's a good one to peaches. And it was good to see ya or when you're walking around downtown, and you pass one of the Garrett popcorn stories. Yeah, I'm sure that they're instructed to have exhaust fumes of Bob corn because that learns you're right into the store. And let's see. There was one other blurb in this thing from the National Sleep Foundation. The reason you remain awake, tossing attorneys probably due to over stimulation stemming from your bright phone, laptop or television. So lower the brightness son, your Electron IX if he used them right before sleep, or simply set them aside and remove the temptation altogether. Going to get some lavender? No. You know what? How can I get some mimeograph fluid to put that in the best troop Be interesting. What are what are your favorite smells? Either Now or when you were a kid I'd be interested to hear. Hear from you If you want to email us or Texas, the Phone number. The text number here's 312981 72 103 1 to 91 7200 and the email is Bob Show WGN radio dot com Bob Show at WGN radio dot com. We'll get torno other list. The top six That's six that's coming up momentarily. Here's the weather update for the moment, Steve we have some wind chills in the single digits and the teens this morning. Yes, Cold error pushes across theory, thanks to gusty winds as well. And we are seeing a few snowflakes still flying in southwest Michigan and north Indiana, northern Indiana. But nothing significant this morning. Looks like we'll be on our way to clearing skies later this afternoon. Expect behind your 36. Mainly clear tonight. A lot of 25. Then tomorrow, Sunshine and 46. It's 26 cloudy. Right now it'll hear Northwestern gets themselves and unexpected weekend off. Indiana has to go without their starting quarterback for the rest of the year and Seattle back in first place the NFC West after a win on Monday night football. 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David Prowse, Actor Behind Darth Vader, Dies At 85
"Tolo talk about an entertainment story that Broke overnight and that is the death of David Prowse. David Prowse was the man who played Darth Vader in the three original Star Wars movies. Which are now called episodes 45 and six, But David Prowse was 6 FT six goes into an audition back in 1977. With Director George Lucas at the time. And he's offered the rules of either Chewbacca. War, Darth Vader. And he takes Darth Vader saying, Hey, wants to be the villain. Everyone remembers the villain. But what an imposing character that he Woz that's for sure and amazing actor on his own theme song. Okay? The Imperial march dark Vader themes. So while he was the actor that played Darth Vader, he did not do the voice of Darth Vader. That course Woz James Earl Jones.
"tolo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Toyota dealer or Valley Toyota dealers dot com today. I'm Jasmine Scott. Katya. Our news. Where looking for? Ah, hi this afternoon of 72 degrees and we are there down to 46 tonight. Tomorrow are high. Just 67 right now, 72 degrees, as I said in Phoenix. Weather brought to you by Howard Air. Whether replace or repair, call Howard Air I'm Deborah Dale on Arizona's new station, Katya, Our News, The best of ghettos and Chad. Katie Our news. 92 3 FM. Phoenix Mayor Kate Diego. She wants the governor to doom or on cove in touch with five mayors. Today. We all agreed the mask requirement makes sense and we all want to work together. But none of them have heard from the governor either. Okay, go tell us that she hasn't spoken to the governor since June. June. Yeah. Also calling out the governor today seems, is the White House. Also calling out the governor today is state Superintendent of Public Instruction Cathy Hoffman. She joins us now on K G A R. Superintendent, How are you today? Doing? Well, Thank you so much for having me. Thank you for joining us. You say the governor's policies that are in place are not sufficient. What do you want the governor to do. Well, from my perspective, we need to be proactive, not reactive. And as we see the number of cases biking across the state in Arizona, we need to take action. We we absolutely need to take extraction. And for me, this is a matter of safety and And health for our people in our school communities, a zealous citizens across the state s O. I have called for more action. I kinda had a long list so I can kind of focus on some of the bigger 11 being that I fully support a statewide mask mandate. I think that that would be important for for every community to have in place on Ben, one of the other major ones that is Particularly impactful for our schools. As I know how much we love Sports and I, It breaks my heart to be having this conversation as someone who loves sports, But we absolutely need Tolo take specs to suspend winter sports because I just don't see how anyone thinks that basketball or wrestling is safe during this cove in a team spike. Talking to Cathy Offerman, Arizona State superintendent of public instruction, All right, so let's speak about schools. Obviously, you're pretty familiar with because that's kind of what you do. People are nervous. They're scared Summer in summer out, nobody really knows what to do, like latest data says about four million people are gonna end up leaving or losing their jobs because Of kids being home on Dhere. It's the exact same thing. People are worried about. What's gonna happen. What can be done with Children, especially younger Children who seemed to have while they may get it, the reality is we're more worried about them, giving it to the teachers and then getting really sick. So what, if anything could be done to keep schools somewhat open? The number. One thing we need to do to keep schools open is to bring down the risk of Cove it so if we have if we follow the benchmark, follow the data if we have minimal spread of covert 19 in our communities than our schools can function because one of them one of the main reasons for our school's closing That I've been seeing over the past few weeks. And increasingly is, if there is a couple cases within a school, then if it's teachers are staffed, and they have to close the school because they don't have enough staff to keep break make have a way for kids to keep learning in the classroom if they don't have enough teachers or staff to be able to provide that supervision and instruction. You know, sometimes we see spread amongst students, and that can also cause those students to have to go into quarantine and recover. So I do think that At number one way to get our schools open is to have a very low to get the numbers down. We need to all do our part and wearing masks and socially distancing, and I know I just want to say how I know how hard this is. This has been personally and professionally hard on all of us, and I think we're all tired of wedding cancelations are missing out on graduations and now athletics being on the table. That this has been where this so hard We're all fatigue, but we cannot let up. We need to be proactive. We need to do more. Our schools are by far one of the most essential services that our community has. So we need to protect that and work together. To get such the numbers down. Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Cathy Hoffman is asking the governor For mass mandates. Statewide pause and winter sports. Talk about that. Can you cancel sports on your own or do you need the governor? Unfortunately, I do not have the authority to do that. And actually, I'm meeting with Dr Krist and David hi into who leaves the AI, which oversees sports for the state and We're gonna meet tomorrow We're going to be talking about what we what can we do? They're kept. There could be an emergency measure from a DHS to suspend sports, but unfortunately I do not have that authority. You don't have the power to do it. But Do you even need do see? Or do you just need the health department to say, Do you need to just go to the health department to say we need to do this and you can get like that you could bypass do see who is nowhere to be found. A new emergency measure from a DHS would serve ice and so we'll be having that conversation tomorrow. Ah, Superintendent. I look at all of this stuff, and I think to myself if you had One moment would do to your face to face you could look at him. What would you say to him at this moment in time because nobody else can even find him. He's like, Where's Waldo? And on top of that, it doesn't seem to be any things getting through them. So if you had a moment with him, what's the thing that you would emphasize the most We'll start by saying how much I have valued having a strong partnership in collaboration with governor duty because of state leaders. We must work together to address the pandemic and this crisis. What I think we need to do is we need to put politics aside and we need to prevent the loss of life. That should be our number one goal because if this virus gets further out of control in Arizona, as we've seen across the country And our hospitals are already nearing capacity or at capacity, that that's why we need to take action now to prevent the loss of life. And when's the last time you spoke to do see our last personal conversation was in September, Our offices worked together on a weekly basis. We have several initiative you're working on together. But that was our last personal conversation with it with the things you'd like to see the governor, do I see a list? Snowbird Quarantine If you come in from another state, you want to You know, come here to Arizona. Maybe a quarantine because you don't want to bring in the virus. That's one thing you're talking about. A pause and winter sports. You're talking about a mask mandate. Are you doing this? Because you're afraid that if we don't do this, the schools are going to close down. Is that the main reason or not? Yes, The schools are already closing. It's already happening, and that's why I held the press conference last week with Dr Krist to make that.
"tolo" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"For securities mutual funds, variable annuities, term insurance, long term care insurance, that kind of thing and was with that firm for probably another 556, maybe even seven years. But the fact of the matter is I've always been looking for something that would provide me with Ah, little more than anything that I had had heretofore and I was also interested in. Ah, perhaps being able to find a way to have more control of my time. Daniel, tell everyone how you first heard about this and what appealed to you. About this opportunity. Well, the truth is, I heard about this on the local radio station. That zone are in my area, and I was quite intrigued by what I was hearing because in reality, as you know, I kind of mentioned a couple minutes ago that I was looking for something that would give me to have give me the opportunity to perhaps work from home, and this was talking about working from home for just a few hours a day. And I also thought that having control of my time was really something that I was interested in. But as much as anything I e was intrigued by the notion of not having to report to a boss. I think there's probably a lot of people out that might be able to relate to that. If you don't have Tolo report to somebody who's telling you what to do all the time. That's that's a beautiful thing and all the other Things that I've looked at in the past really sort of promised that kind of Ah, situation. But in reality I found found myself looking into them or multi level marketing opportunities than nothing you can imagine. And all them pretty much turned into the same thing. You know, you gotta you gotta find 10 people to find 10 people, separate cetera or you've gotta sell product and maintain inventory and do all that recruiting stuff and it just for me. It never worked out. I'm not Saying it's a bad thing to do, but it just was not a good fit for me. So when I heard them saying no one certain terms that this is not, you know, not multilevel marketing, there's no sales involved. No recruitment involved. I found that, you know, no practice service to move. I found that really intriguing. I think the most intriguing aspect of wall that's was with anything, I guess is the income from the income standpoint..
"tolo" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Was also interested in perhaps being able to find a way. Have more control of my time. Daniel, tell everyone how you first heard about this and what appealed to you about this opportunity. Well, the truth is, I heard about this. Local radio station. That's in our in my area. And, uh, Was quite intrigued by what I was hearing. Because in reality, as you know, I kind of mentioned a couple minutes ago that I was looking for something that would give me to have give me the opportunity to perhaps work from home, and this was talking about working from home for just a few hours a day. And I also thought that having control of my time was really something that I was interested in. But as much as anything, I was intrigued by the notion of not having to report to a boss. I think there's probably a lot of people out there who might be able to relate to that. If you don't have Tolo report to somebody who's telling you what to do all the time. That's that's a beautiful thing. And All the other. Things that I've looked at in the past. Really. Sort of promised that kind of Ah situation. But in reality I found found myself looking into them or multi level marketing opportunities than you can imagine. And all them pretty much turned into the same thing. You know, you've got a We gotta find 10 people to find 10 people to treat cetera or you've gotta sell product and maintain inventory and Duel that recruiting stuff and it just for me. It never worked out. I'm not saying it's a It's a bad thing to do, but it just was not a good fit for me. So when I heard them say, and no one certain terms This is not, you know, not multilevel marketing. There's no sales involved. No recruitment involved. I found that, you know, no practice service to move. I found that really intriguing. I think the most intriguing aspect of all that was with anything, I guess is the income. From the income standpoint, this this is our opportunity offers six figures. Plus and when I say six figures, Plus, I mean to the left hand side of the decimal,.
"tolo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In domed Washington, Detroit, Denver and Vegas. Of course. Buffalo, Arizona. San Fran, New Orleans. Here's what we have. Jacksonville Green Bay up, Tolo 25 Miles an hour winds last I saw of 94% chance of rain bread and again that rain may have changed. I didn't I I'm just trying to See if maybe you can check on those. But I did see the rain. The winds are going to be high, just like they're going to be high in Cleveland, Wind and rain and we remember what happened in that Raiders Cleveland game. 16 6 was the final there, but 25 Mile an hour winds up to 35 Mile an hour gusts. Tampa Bay at Carolina looks good nine mile per hour winds but perfect weather there. Filly in the Giants 86% rain 10 MPH. As far as the wind 50 degrees, so not bad as far as the temperature charges in Miami 78 degrees 22% chance of rain in South Beach, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. 50% shower 71% Chance of rain 14 MPH 50 degrees there. Baltimore in New England 88% chance of rain 30 to 50 degrees during game time and Eight MPH and then the Monday night game. Minnesota Chicago 14 MPH winds Brad If there's some of that rain again, Sometimes that stuff could blow over and we see stuff. This was put out. I think I got the weather report yesterday, so it may have changed some of that stuff, But you can always check whether just go on check NFL. Whether there's several different sites you can go to and check things out. All right, so some significant injuries as far as in the NFL as well. We'll get to some of the key ones. But we're gonna roll right now since he in Pittsburgh Steelers.
Xbox Doesn't Need Bethesda on PlayStation
"One is one that was breaking as we went live from a little boy named Steven Tolo over a cocoon. He has a giant interview with Phil Spencer, covering all manner of xbox series x the future game pass you name it but he also talks to him about Bethesda. I'm calling this one xbox doesn't need Bethesda on playstation. We will start in progress than jump a bit further during our forty eight minute chat. We covered those machines, of course, the next gen ones and a lot more ballooning game file sizes, the Bethesda deal and how Microsoft plans do enable next Gen gaming on current Gen Consul first let's talk about xbox series snl. Going to talk that now, joining them deeper for the things of course, Stephen does great work. This is a fantastic interview Phil. You should go check it out in Kentucky. But jumping into the Bethesda stuff it's ought to talk to a console maker about launching two consuls at once, but it's even stranger to be talking to them about a game company they just bought for seven point, five, billion dollars such are the peculiar times we live in in September Microsoft said it was buying cinemax the parent company of Bethesda in software and other top-flight studios that makes the likes of fall out of that might make the likes of fallout the other schools in doom. The planned purchase Amelie bolstered Microsoft's roster of internal studios. The deal will cap off the company's generation long shopping spree in attempt to counter the reps of rival Sony and unintended Oh which have both been long regarded as having stronger internal game making operations. The expanded roster of games also gives Microsoft a lot more content to bundle into their popular netflix style game pass subscription service in offer the via. The company's game streaming service, which lets players access games remotely in play them on their phones tablets devices. Spencer. That said in previous interviews that existing deals involving xanax Games would still be honored suggesting something like the time traveling game death loop will still come I. Two five is previously announced beyond that though fans have been beyond by have been wondering whether it's a Max Games would go xbox NPC only in other words they've wondered if playstation would stop getting fall-outs in miss out on the sequel. I wondered that to quote, is it possible to recoup? A billion dollar investment. If you don't sell elder scrolls six on playstation I asked says Stephen Yes it's been spencer quickly replied then he paused. I don't WanNa be flip about that. This deal was not done to take away from another player based like that nowhere in the documentation that we put together was, how do we key players other players from playing these games? We want more people to be able to play games, not fewer people to be able to play to go play games but also say in the Model I'm not I'm just answering directly the question that you that you had when I think about where people are going to be playing the number of a and the number of devices that we had and we have cloud and. And Game Pass and our Council base I don't have to go ship those games on any other platform other than the platforms that we support in order to make. An order to kind of make the deal work for. US, whatever that means end quote. We do know that Microsoft has made big studio purchase. has made a big purchase and kept his new franchise multi-platinum formed before that's what they did with Mo Yang and it's game minecraft. So it wouldn't be wild to see at five on playstation five period for now Spencer said the platforms for future is games will be determined on a case-by-case basis, and even if they make the Games multi-platform, Spencer's team can still boast in advantage cinemax games could be sold at full price on playstation, but offered at a large discount on the xbox platform is part of the ten dollars a month game pass subscription, a killer deal that already grants players launched a access to every new Microsoft published game. That was lots of read only. I'm sorry to make you just sit there and listen, but it's context to argument. We've all been having on a variety of podcast what this deal actually means. Elaine, what do you think do we see Bethesda Games the CINEMAX games now xbox games on playstation five in the future I would assume. So just because of the like logistical crap. Back End. Anytime money is involved with anything games. You are guaranteed that there's GonNa be some exclusivity of some kind. So that's what I would assume but as a game developer like. Like how Abbas many platforms as our games can be on the better us because that means we're reaching the most people. I have heard you know people who are so vested in the xbox ecosystem. Danny on earlier I've heard him talk about I've heard Paris talk about it effort all manner of conversation about this, and it's interesting to see the different sides people go to. Of course, it'll be multi platform, and then of course, it won't be you have this investment you seven point five, billion dollars right? Like why would you ever give that up and I? I. Find Myself Torn because I can make a case either way if I was a betting man right now at the, we're not even into the next generation. We don't know how these systems are going to run away. We don't know who's going to be the industry leader in how game pass nuts out. So and so forth. I would say that, yes, you will see the Bethesda Games you think of your big ones you're fall-outs your sky rooms, the ones with giant fan bases on other platforms being in that being playstation of course, because I do think that what Stephen Hits on at the end here is so powerful that if you are a fallout fan, if you are Sky Room Fan in, you are die hard for that franchise. Wouldn't you WANNA play it in the best place in the cheapest place to play it like I. Feel like xbox is making this argument that even if they put it on. And it was coming to playstation five and it is seventy dollars or you can pay fourteen dollars game pass ultimate stream it wherever you want play all these other hundreds of great games do all these different things. Again, this is the C. B. Unabashed in your marketing. This is the council we designed it for. This is where there's bells and whistles and were able to make use of all the teraflops and everything else the xbox series x can do like. Even though your advertising than it is on playstation for me that makes sense to hey, this is why you need to buy an xbox. Am I wrong? I mean, from my developer standpoint I, don't like to be honest I don't. I don't care. Side. Please listen listen like when it comes to studios making games like regardless, we need to buy developer kids for all consoles. And to like look at it from the perspective of studio whether they are owned by a parent company or not. There is financial conversations any to be had what if cool you have seven billion dollars by being an exclusive of Microsoft right because of that whole transaction. But what if you have the door open for another seven billion? branching off from other different console. So why wouldn't you take the fourteen billion and just go with a seven? So like to me like a as a developer that's what I would think of That's all executive decisions by the way US developers have. frigging say in any of this. But I could definitely say from the developer perspective having franchises that have already been established like scarring and having a the ability to understand how they work in different consoles than. Or even importing that stuff to a very specific console that has very specific hardware and perhaps very specific requirements. That's definitely GONNA be a challenge for of studios and that happened with a PS three actually that I recently found out. That the PS three, that architecture was so difficult. Was Terrible. Exactly. It was so difficult that like games like there had really tough time studios making cancer, the PS three, which is now what makes sense that we can have backwards compatibility specifically with three because it was a frigging nightmare to to deal with on the back end so i. Was a great example of that. If you remember. Sky. Room. Right was incredibly broken the longer. You played the way that game watch compiled information eventually made it unplayable and drop the frame rate and it took them forever to fix. That wasn't a quick fix but it wasn't you're talking about of working with different architectures and trying to figure all this out. Yeah. So let's To me in my mind that is number one concern when it comes to all these franchises like is it possible to to do the franchise and Change Architecture of the entire game works so that it works on that council specifically or can we what we call re factoring, which is reusing things that have been done before can reactor so that we can continue to stay on the next generation of the councils that we work with before So it's it's a lot to. Think. About. Nearing, like. Many Kudos in the engineering teams all over the Games industry because they definitely have to deal with a lot of crap that they are not given credit for when it comes to figuring hundred. These Situations Making Games is incredibly difficult and I think all of us is fans. Yeah. You know it as being a developer eighty line meteorite like you see it from side that I only interview people talk over drinks with people about like I hear these horror stories and can't imagine a day to day, and then not even a removed the horror stories from it just in general making magic from nothing like making games is a magical thing and we totally take that for grant. We totally don't give that credit, take it for granted. Yeah, and sit there like, Oh, well, why did they just hit the button in Puerto over and make this work and how hard could it be to go between the PS five in an xbox series x Can Be the difference of the night and day Ryan because I terry. Systems are to hardware. So
Xbox Doesnt Need Bethesda on PlayStation
"Number. One is one that was breaking as we went live from a little boy named Steven Tolo over a cocoon. He has a giant interview with Phil Spencer, covering all manner of xbox series x the future game pass you name it but he also talks to him about Bethesda. I'm calling this one xbox doesn't need Bethesda on playstation. We will start in progress than jump a bit further during our forty eight minute chat. We covered those machines, of course, the next gen ones and a lot more ballooning game file sizes, the Bethesda deal and how Microsoft plans do enable next Gen gaming on current Gen Consul first let's talk about xbox series snl. Going to talk that now, joining them deeper for the things of course, Stephen does great work. This is a fantastic interview Phil. You should go check it out in Kentucky. But jumping into the Bethesda stuff it's ought to talk to a console maker about launching two consuls at once, but it's even stranger to be talking to them about a game company they just bought for seven point, five, billion dollars such are the peculiar times we live in in September Microsoft said it was buying cinemax the parent company of Bethesda in software and other top-flight studios that makes the likes of fall out of that might make the likes of fallout the other schools in doom. The planned purchase Amelie bolstered Microsoft's roster of internal studios. The deal will cap off the company's generation long shopping spree in attempt to counter the reps of rival Sony and unintended Oh which have both been long regarded as having stronger internal game making operations. The expanded roster of games also gives Microsoft a lot more content to bundle into their popular netflix style game pass subscription service in offer the via. The company's game streaming service, which lets players access games remotely in play them on their phones tablets devices. Spencer. That said in previous interviews that existing deals involving xanax Games would still be honored suggesting something like the time traveling game death loop will still come I. Two five is previously announced beyond that though fans have been beyond by have been wondering whether it's a Max Games would go xbox NPC only in other words they've wondered if playstation would stop getting fall-outs in miss out on the sequel. I wondered that to quote, is it possible to recoup? A billion dollar investment. If you don't sell elder scrolls six on playstation I asked says Stephen Yes it's been spencer quickly replied then he paused. I don't WanNa be flip about that. This deal was not done to take away from another player based like that nowhere in the documentation that we put together was, how do we key players other players from playing these games? We want more people to be able to play games, not fewer people to be able to play to go play games but also say in the Model I'm not I'm just answering directly the question that you that you had when I think about where people are going to be playing the number of a and the number of devices that we had and we have cloud and. And Game Pass and our Council base I don't have to go ship those games on any other platform other than the platforms that we support in order to make. An order to kind of make the deal work for. US, whatever that means end quote. We do know that Microsoft has made big studio purchase. has made a big purchase and kept his new franchise multi-platinum formed before that's what they did with Mo Yang and it's game minecraft. So it wouldn't be wild to see at five on playstation five period for now Spencer said the platforms for future is games will be determined on a case-by-case basis, and even if they make the Games multi-platform, Spencer's team can still boast in advantage cinemax games could be sold at full price on playstation, but offered at a large discount on the xbox platform is part of the ten dollars a month game pass subscription, a killer deal that already grants players launched a access to every new Microsoft published game. That was lots of read only. I'm sorry to make you just sit there and listen, but it's context to argument. We've all been having on a variety of podcast what this deal actually means. Elaine, what do you think do we see Bethesda Games the CINEMAX games now xbox games on playstation five in the future I would assume. So just because of the like logistical crap. Back End. Anytime money is involved with anything games. You are guaranteed that there's GonNa be some exclusivity of some kind. So that's what I would assume but as a game developer like. Like how Abbas many platforms as our games can be on the better us because that means we're reaching the most people.
Interview With Padma Lakshmi
"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know actually I'm curious. You mentioned that you were not super happy about the move to La for a while, not happy that your mom made that move and of course. That's a huge move from New York. New York is a huge move from India. Where much of your family is? When did you and how did you? come to understand your mom's journey and your mom's reasons for moving both of you so far well I understand that those moves were born of necessity. I understood why she didn't feel totally comfortable in New York, but I'm different than my mother, you know my my mother is is not as curious about being in the world, and just traveling and bumping up against other people, whereas that's all I wanNA do. You, know so I knew very very early on even when I was four that the reason we were leaving India is because it was very taboo for my mom to be a divorce. A divorce just didn't happen in Indian culture in growing up and going back to India I still don't know I know one person in India. WHO's divorced? You know, and so I knew that we were leaving to have a better life, you know. My mother left when I was two and I lived with my grandparents, and I didn't see my dad so I had no recollection of my real father I didn't even know what his face looks like. Because they had ripped up all the pictures so from two to four. I didn't see either of my parents so I literally was so excited to come to America, because America to me, meant being reunited with my mom.
Padma Lakshmi on Being 'Other'
"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know
Los Angeles: Trump Pardons LA Billionaire Michael Milken: ‘He Suffered Greatly’
"President trump went on a pardoning spree on Tuesday for a WHO's who of individuals convicted of white collar crime. A total of eleven people were given commutations or pardons and this follows. How should we say troubling history of prior pardons from this White House including Joe Arpaio Scooter Libby and an Extra Sousa? There was no indication that he followed the typical Justice Department vetting process for these sorts of things but rather that he heard recommendations from a cast of characters including his personal lawyer and czar of corrupt overseas action. Talk about Rudy Giuliani. Perhaps the biggest name of the pardon bunch was Rod Blagojevich the former Democratic governor of Illinois. So get in. W T F. Yeah indeed I mean so. Blagojevich is a good place to start with all of this because it gives us an example a window into the kinds of people that were pardoned on Tuesday. Blagojevich solicited bribes for political appointments including for one Barack Obama's open Senate seat after he was elected president The selling of a Senate seat is not something that typically happens in America. He was impeached and removed from office and Blagojevich had completed eight years of a fourteen year term and trump commuted the arrested on Tuesday. We have commuted the sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail. A long time and I watched his wife on television. I don't know him very well. I bet him a couple of times. He was on for a short while the apprentice years ago very nice. I don't know. Wow imagine thinking the apprentices like a good judge of character. It's not even a good show. Well okay. So presumably. The rest of the pardons were not all people featured at one time on the apprentice right so like who else got him. It would be incredible if they were Unfortunately they're not. There was Michael Milkin who is referred to as the quote Junk Bond King. He was accused of taking part in an insider trading scheme and pled guilty to several counts of securities violations. Now he had served twenty two months in prison and since he was released he has been funding medical research into cancer more recently. Ironically though when milken getting in trouble in the nineteen eighties one of the people pursuing charges against him was Giuliani. Who was then the top prosecutor for the Southern District of New York how the turntables according to The New York Times One of the people that suggested this part into trump was Nelson peltz. He is a billionaire investor. Who held a ten million dollar fundraiser? For Trump's twenty twenty campaign this past weekend again. This is normally not how this would work recommendations pouring in from random personal or business acquaintances acquaintances at events for your reelection campaign. So I'm sensing a bit of a pattern here in terms of decision making. Yeah so the other two high profile ones here were for former New York City police. Commissioner Bernard B Kerik and a former owner of the San Francisco Forty niners Edward J debartolo. Junior someone's GonNa assume that these fellows they did all the similar things. Yeah basically. Yeah I mean carrick was found to have accepted a two hundred fifty thousand dollar quote unquote loan from an Israeli billionaire while he served as Interior Minister of Iraq. The issue there was that he didn't disclose it Carrick. Later pled guilty to eight felony tax and false statement charges now for deer Tolo. He actually never served a prison term but paid a million dollar fine after pleading guilty to concealing extortion attempt in Nineteen. Ninety Eight. Believe it had to do with a Casino Boat. Type situation. I would like to read a little bit more about it as well Interestingly as well for him DEBARTOLO was among the host of a pre inauguration. Party for trump in two thousand seventeen so to recap just these four examples. It was a long list of people who committed pretty major financial crimes and weren't necessarily the first people on top of mind for
Paula Gerbase of 1205 on the Importance of Runway Shows
"I started toll five. We didn't do runway shows. I started very simply making a collection of about twelve pieces. Unisex genderless complete freedom. It was what I wanted to express. What are the quality of savile row? But I didn't want the restrictions of designing for a masculine or feminine body. It it was kind of what I was wearing at the time wearing of menswear but maybe in a feminine way as well and so it started out very organically got picked up in Japan quite quickly I season and it sorta just grew from there up until I was approached by the AFC with their new gen program. MM and up until that point I guess it was in two thousand thirteen. So we've been running till five for two and a half. Three years had always very much been against shows. Rose I suppose my didn't feel. I needed them. I just wanted to create clothing and my goal wasn't to see it on. You Know Vogue Dot Com or style dot com. I'm at the time it was really about seeing it on the street. Seeing it warn and seeing people customers appropriating themselves of my work. That was all I wanted but I think you quickly realize. I think the Japanese are very good at picking up brands. That have a very distinctive point of view without needing all them fireworks. Necessarily that come from it. And I think they actually thrive on finding something that's very unknown and purposely. So you know it's called total five. It was not my name was purposely anonymous. It's the twelfth of May. I sort of felt like the idea was I wanted something. Anonymous of Super International speaks of languages. I wanted something that you could say any language and this idea of appropriation creation. I could say it in Japanese or in Portuguese or German or an Italian and it would become yours immediately because language has that ability. I think I think so. It was supposed to be anonymous and it was supposed to give the customer the opportunity to actually wear clothing not because a designer's name was on their back but because they felt compelled to where it for whatever reason into where in their way but then you start to sell to the West which is funny because I was always based in London and you know doing Tolo five but actually we were so Japan centric and I think that there are other pressures that come with it and the way that we judge I think success is in industry sometimes can be quite limiting and if you're a brand and you don't aspire to show there's something wrong with you and of course you're surrounded by people Bhutto whose entire goal is to have brands and do shows then you start to think. Well there must be something wrong with me who actually couldn't care less. But I think that's changing now now in terms terms of certainly without a show through seeing successful brands maybe not as not necessarily the really high fashion sphere. Whatever but I think they're plenty of brands that are using sort of digital communication patient to get the message out into drive sales and drive so I mean that's certainly my point of view but whether in truth people are ready for brands to start start thinking differently? I don't know what was it that convinced you to start actually doing shows well. We've got sponsorship and sponsorship was to do a show so the money he was for nothing other than doing shows and that's just how the AFC works. And I think it's amazing. Works great for a lot of brands but I think also puts a certain pressure on huge pressure pressure on very young businesses. Who could probably be using that money to run businesses because ultimately your goal is to also last have longevity? My goal certainly was and to express something that was quite unique so I think it's a tricky one as an independent brand did you north's the rewards from having no shows certainly. Yeah I mean for us. It took us from a super underground Unisex. The sex quirky brand to being at London Fashion Week and a lot of the big retailers started to knock on our door which which in the end was my biggest frustration because actually realized they really enjoyed just doing the work and not having these huge sales. Dell's there's different completely different conversation but for sure you know then you start to get the Neta portes and the SAX and the Barneys and the BERGDORF and the all. The big department store retailers suddenly are interested in what you're doing because you're in this format that they understand But I think also it draws a certain kind of customer that you don't necessarily Share values. I don't know
After Bombing, Afghans Demand That Foreigners Leave Their Neighborhood
"Sixteen people died in a car bomb explosion last night the target was the green village a compound housing mainly international workers today Afghans protesters outside the compound demonstrating against the foreign presence in their country the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack even as they participate in peace talks with the United States use our special correspondent Jane Ferguson is on assignment in Afghanistan she's been talking to civilians and officials in Kabul today and she joins us now hello Jane how significant is it do you think that this attack took place just as we are told the Taliban and the U. S. are making progress on this potential peace deal. hi Judy it's no coincidence that we seen a massive uptick in violence in recent weeks and indeed recent days here they are peace talks of course between the United States and the Taliban but the Taliban have wanted to maintain pressure and to remind both the United States and the Afghan government here in Kabul of their strength we've seen shows of strength throughout the weekend while those talks were right down to the eleventh hour to provincial capitals with condos and fully come ready both the sol assaults by the Taliban and then of course yesterday's enormous bombing it has been a controversy around the surrounding these talks that they go on well there isn't actually a cease fire at this time but we have seen a breakthrough with the U. S. special envoy to those talks Zell mill Khalilzad arriving here to tell the Afghan people that there has been in principle an agreement so Jane how much is actually known about what's in the city of the details. it's extremely murky at this stage the Afghan people don't know for sure what's going to happen and it will massively affect their future but how does I did go on television went on national Afghan television on tolo TV yesterday and he gave away some details of the proposed agreement of course he reminded everybody that it isn't official until president trump signs it himself but he said that initially there would be a five thousand troop withdrawal Dino that's from fourteen thousand American troops and that effectively fine US bases would be vacated and that's really the start of what what we're starting to see as a draw down but there are still many many questions about what's not being mentioned about what could be in this deal such as whether or not there will be any kind of ceasefire he said that there would be a reduction in violence but specifically did not use the word ceasefire so there's a huge amount of uncertainty here in Kabul until people really find out what is in the proposed agreement on whether or not it will become the final text engine finally what about public attitudes you say there's uncertainty what is the public saying to you people saying to you about about the fact that this could actually happen. it depends very much so Judy on who you're talking to now you pointed out earlier there that there were there were riots after that bombing yesterday and they were very much so angry demonstrations against a western presence in that part of Kabul and that's because people have seen so much bloodshed of course we must remember that thousands of American lives have been lost in this war but many more thousands of Afghan lives have been lost and so there is a sense of anger whenever the Taliban are targeting westerners and Afghans died we seen a huge take an Afghan civilian deaths just in the last few weeks and months with some quite shocking violence so people here really really want peace they want an end to this war but there is a severe fear there's a very real fear that that that any American withdrawal and this is particularly strong whenever you're talking to officials in the government here could be too hasty they want to make sure that the Americans don't leave in a way that could cause the Afghan government to collapse or could be in danger the Afghan security forces of the Americans and their partners here has been so much time and energy and money building up so there's a sense that of course they want a deal they want to end to this war but they want to make sure it's one that's done responsibly hard to believe the US has been there now almost eighteen years Jane Ferguson reporting
Islamic State claims responsibility for wedding blast that killed 63
"The Islamic state in Afghanistan is claiming responsibility after suicide bombers struck a packed wedding hall in Kabul at least sixty three people were killed dozens more were wounded in the attack it's the deadliest in the Afghan capital this year and peers DHEA deed has more from Islamabad the bomber struck the wedding celebration early on Sunday morning now when the band was playing footage from local media sure decorations peeled off the walls and a worker was sweeping away gloss rubble and blood the bride's father told off on local news tolo that fourteen members of his family were killed it occurred in a Shiite area that's often targeted by sonic state fighters and the Taliban condemned the blast even though they too have targeted civilians in attacks it comes as the Taliban and the United States undergo shedding a deal that would allow foreign troops with troll but even if the Taliban stop their attacks on civilians other militant groups are still intent on punishing off
"tolo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The last day on the job for a man who's been pitching Boston to tourists and convention planners for almost three decades. Pat, Mosquera Tolo is retiring as CEO of the greater Boston convention visitors bureau, the port convention center was built on his watch among other things. Moscow hotels WBZ. He's glad the agency has been successful. But China what he calls the next big thing for the visitor industry growth, the number or Chinese visitors over one hundred and forty percent. If not the leading city one of the top cities being able to take advantage of programs to attract Chinese visited Moscow Rotella started the job on February fourteenth nineteen Ninety-one. Organizers hope a new music center will become a magnet in Mansfield. A cultural magnet fat is the Massachusetts music and art society is kicking off a fundraising blitz to build the center right across the street from the xfinity center, the sun chronicle reports they're looking for about four million dollars for the project which will include a theater classrooms and a gallery, and they're selling everything from theater seats to naming rights. When Nike products are a feature of your sporting goods store. It's likely never a good decision to stop selling Nike products. But not giving the people what they want cost the Colorado sporting goods retailer his store. It's going belly. Sure, I won't survive without him. Gotta do what I gotta do. I'm just doing it. Steve Martin, no not that one. This one is the owner of the prime time sports which pulled the plug on Nike when it decided to go all in on an ad campaign with former NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, and that's New England business school vacation you've been accepted to a week of spellbinding wizard fine at ocean edge resort design your own brooms and wines and challenge fellow witches and wizards in around of quidditch for a chance to win the house Cup plan. Your magical adventure today at ocean edge dot com..
North Korea appears to be dismantling satellite launch site
"Live from NPR news in Washington, on trial. Snyder polls are opening this hour in today's run off, election in Georgia Republican, voters still have to decide, who will represent the party. For governor in November roster out from member station w. a.. B. e. in Atlanta sets the stage. Georgia Lieutenant governor Casey k. goal is squaring off, against secretary of. State Brian Kemp both wants to represent the Republican party as candidate for governor in November both have secured influential, endorsements Casey k. goal has the support of popular outgoing Republican governor Nathan deal President Trump has endorsed catos opponent. Brian, Kemp the winner of the primary goes on to, face democrat Stacey Abrams if elected she would be Georgia's first, democratic governor and fifteen years and the country's, first ever black female governor for NPR news I'm Ross Terrell and Atlanta. To Canada, now where. Investigators, are searching for a motive in Sunday night shooting in Toronto meanwhile vigil was held last night for the victims. Three people were killed including the suspected gunman thirteen others were injured Dan carpet Chuck reports the suspect in the shooting rampage has been identified as twenty nine year old Fazle Hussain he died after exchanging gunfire with police but not before he had walked along a busy street firing into restaurants and cafes as well as at pedestrians in a. Written statement. Hussein's family expressed condolences to the families who are now. Suffering because of their son's horrific actions the family also confirmed that Hussein had severe, mental health challenges and struggled. With psychosis and depression his entire life despite medication, and therapy. Dorados police. Chief Mark Saunders says it's too, early to. Establish a motive a ten year old girl in an, eighteen year old girl, were killed in the rampage, for NPR news I'm Dan. Carpenter in Toronto North Korea appears to have started dismantling key. Facilities at a satellite launch site the. US based monitoring group thirty eight north sites satellite Images taken over. The weekend and says, north appears to be taking. A step toward, fulfilling a, pledge made. To President Trump South Korea's presidential office says Seoul has also to texted activity at the. Site witnesses have reported hearing multiple explosions, in the Afghan capital of Kabul today Reuters local media reported least two of the blasts were caused by rockets at least four people, wounded NPR's Diaa Hadid reports from Islam about that there has been no immediate claim of responsibility. Local news outlet Tolo said one of the rockets slammed into a house and another two rockets, hit a mountainside. Slope then news outlets said the rockets appeared to be targeting a police academy close to the residential area the rocket attack comes just two days. After a suicide bomber killed fourteen people outside the Kabul. Airport it had targeted the. Vice president who returned to Afghanistan after leaving Pataki for more than a year. Dade NPR news Islamabad and you're listening to NPR, news This is morning edition on. WNYC at seven four good morning I'm Kerry Nolan New, York governor Andrew Cuomo is pardoning seven immigrants have crimes that could make them deportable saying their. Crimes were minor, and happened years ago the federal government could still. Deport them because of their criminal records but now they'd have a much. Stronger case in immigration court according to Khalil Cumberbatch an associate vice president at the fortune society with the pardon does is that it essentially establishes. A different story than what the government will, say the government will say that these are people who are quote unquote criminals he says the governor's pardon wipes the. Record clean of that original crime Cumberbatch is a legal permanent resident from Jonah who Cuomo pardoned for. Years ago immigration agents had detained Cumberbatch over an old robbery conviction a group of women who say. They've been sexually harassed at the New York state capital or calling for public hearings and they say. Forty-six lawmakers have already signed a petition Karen DeWitt reports It's Leah a bear is former chief of, staff, to former. Assemblyman Vito Lopez. As a condition. Of employment veto required that, I have a romantic relationship with him that I share hotel rooms and even an apartment in. Albany Lopez ultimately resigned his post over the scandal and later died..