21 Burst results for "Topi"

"topi" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"topi" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Now it's time for command line love and this one I saw the Internet's Martin whim press please outs in a very obvious humble brag about how many CPU? Has. What's this then Martin? What's this all about? Well, you may remember we talked about bash top a little while ago and we send Yan's and alm file wave youtube videos and blog posts, and all the rest of it saying how this was an amazing system monitoring tool for your command line. Well, Bash talk is dead. About. Well it's been fine. Because they've been working on be Pi Top, which is. Yes they need to work on the name I. saw somebody coming on twitter they should have cooled it by top Pie. Bash Topi, are you just put Wi on the end Bash Topi which would have been quite good. Anyway, it's a pipe, an implementation of the same tool. It's be pie top is available as a snap. It's also instill liberal via pip and you run be Pi top and it does all the same things except and here is why I had that picture. I was running bashed, top all my new supercomputer, which I will talk about next week. And Bash crashed because it couldn't cope with all the 'cause I wind to the. Website to file a bug or see if this was an issue and there was a big banner saying be Pi top is the success. So I went to that page read it did a snapping stole connected some interfaces. I'm be Pi top works absolutely fine. So I didn't have to raise my bug on the dead bashed III started using be top instead I could see all sixty four threads during nothing. While doing something for a very short amount of time and then doing nothing right So be pie is the new bashful indeed. Thanks. and. Now it's time for all of your wonderful feedback. Ratchet emailed us. Love. The show just wanted to let you know time.

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'Fortnite' maker says Apple threatened to cut it out of the App Store

Giant Bombcast

04:55 min | 5 months ago

'Fortnite' maker says Apple threatened to cut it out of the App Store

"Epic. Think EPIC Games. Maker four nights seemed to think that we live in a dystopia. Based on their current marketing blitz. Against Apple Got topi wrong. There like we do but that's not it. Yes. Yes, the thirty percent cut apple is taking of your book sales maybe not the most pressing issue at the moment. God let me make sure I'd correct me if I'm wrong I hope I've got the sequence of events in order here was it Thursday I think this started that epic essentially. Put v Books on sale. On IOS at the same time that they also rolled out their own internal payment processing system for V box. Is that correct? Yeah. They basically created a system in Iowa where it would show you the full price regular price for books and then have a lower price below it. That says like epic account system you can tell this much literally side by side in the guests. It's Really quite literally just giving the consumer, the option of like you can pay this much or this much yup while. Yeah so that happened and then funny going back and looking at these new stories as a wrap up for this podcast and like comparing the time stamps on the articles for that day. Because the first one when that stuff rolled was like nine something in the morning and by like two thirty ish apple had pulled four nine, the APP store entirely. And then something like an hour to ninety minutes after that epic had filed its antitrust lawsuit. Against Apple Yeah. It was pretty much a boom boom boom like. This is exactly what epic new was going to happen and they were ready for it. They had a marketing campaign an in game event. All perhaps to go as soon as apple did what apple would do by pulling the game. Off of the APP store. If you already have in your account already had it on your phone, you could still play it and launch it and all the other stuff But. Yeah. They they they did it Google would eventually follow not long afterwards By, pulling it out and Yeah and the. So this is epic trying to jump on a lot of the antitrust stuff that is swirling around apple right now, the the you primarily the EU and there were some here but the kind of increased scrutiny. Then apple just kinda like said like not us Here but the the stuff I think is still in the in the making I'm not sure. and. So basically like they've forced this event and then capitalized on events like they're like, we're going to do this on an apples going to do this, and then we're GONNA file this lawsuit and run this sick parody of apples nineteen, eighty-four ad for all the extremely old people that are playing fortnight right? Yeah and remember this old ASS Super Bowl Ad. Super Ladder. Tablet. So granted one of the most famous commercials in history but. Yeah home call me petty but this is that trailer that they rolled out to the point where like They started losing the a little bit. I don't I. Don't I don't think they necessarily help their case with the way that they prepared this marketing blitz and well I think they're being shitty about it I think they're like it both can be right right. It's like okay this is a lawsuit that probably makes sense like we probably do need to be kicking the tires on. Apple forcing their thirty percent cut and blocking people from setting up their own payment processors and all sorts of stuff like you know that probably doesn't need to be heard one way or the other. But also epoch didn't necessarily need to like try to. Publicly paint. This is like apple took your game away. Apple did this I was like no, you did this like you knew the rules you had a lawsuit ready to go as you knew what apple would do to then try to say like Hash Tag free fortnight as like fuck you all. Ready to go into a fucking. Movie. Yeah exactly, and some hot cinema, which is hilarious. Don't get me wrong. Idea that like we're producing machinery to fucking announce a lawsuit but all the language that apple has used in response has been around stuff like breach of contract. They're pretty clear like like you. Like them or not you agree to our terms and then broke them. Yeah exactly and the terms are are not grade and you know I think there are a lot of smaller developers who would certainly benefit from epic taking this action. If it goes that way and I think that there's a real fight there, there's a real conversation to be had about. About these practices. EPIC is little. One of the few companies big enough to actually force this issue right like obviously. Like the little, guy. Making Games on the APP store has next to leverage in the situation. Right exactly takes like an epic to start this fight,

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Ghost Kitchens: The Biggest Trend You Never Heard Of

Business Wars Daily

03:28 min | 11 months ago

Ghost Kitchens: The Biggest Trend You Never Heard Of

"Space to multiple restaurants workers in a single dark kitchen may prep meals for say Wendy's sweet Greens and host of independent restaurants. All at once what? These ghosts kitchens have in common is what's not. Their consumers. Do Not darken their doors. There are no signs advertising delicious meals. No tables and chairs know waiters and waitresses. Just spaces were delivery drivers lineup to pick up their latest stash of Burgers and onion rings. Some like cloud kitchen owned by Uber's ousted. Ceo Travis Kalanick's go to great lengths to hide their kitchens. Locations calendar clearly takes the ghost named seriously. Here's what else they have in common. They are suddenly everywhere. Funded by investors hungry to take advantage of our seemingly insatiable desire to eat our meals on the couch. In the office. Kalanick's new venture has been buying up suitable real estate in the US. India and China according to Fortune magazine funding growth with four hundred million dollars of cash from the Saudi government. Last week ghost kitchen company TOPI which already has thirty locations announced it had secured another sixty million dollars in funding to build out fifty more kitchens in the US Saudi Arabia Dubai Kuwait and the UK. And then there's Pasadena based kitchen united which plans to build at least five thousand kitchens in the Coming Years Industry Publication Restaurant Business reports alphabet which owns Google is. An investor goes kitchen's promise advantages to people in different parts of the restaurant ecosystem. You're an independent chef dreaming of opening your own restaurant but without a million dollars to spare well. You can test your recipes and a ghost kitchen and create a virtual restaurant that exists only on a delivery. App like Grub Hub. Now you can get started for thousands of dollars and build a storefront or by a food truck only after you prove the concept if ever the promises and statistics have been so overwhelming in such a short time but now observers say there may be too many ghost kitchens. Investors have sunk at least five billion dollars into the new industry since two thousand eighteen. The Wall Street Journal reports restaurant business questions whether it's a setup for a bubble especially should a recession set in. Here's the logic when employment looked shakier. We lose a job. We start cooking again. Takeout sales Wayne and ghost. Kitchens can't fill their spaces. Ghost kitchens become ghost towns. I suppose you could say moreover there's already a backlash against some delivery services which have to keep growing to feed the ghost kitchen pipeline chains like olive garden in. Texas roadhouse are shunning third party delivery reports industry publication FSR restaurant executives at these restaurants. Say Third Party. Delivery hurts business. Diverting potential customers who would otherwise dine in order drinks at the bar and develop bonds the bartender in waitstaff. Some say their food doesn't travel well. And if it arrives at a customer's home or office cold well. The restaurant gets blamed. Not Grub Hubbard posts. Mates FSR says these restaurant leaders also questioned the wisdom of paying high commissions to outside delivery services for an outcome that well while it can raise revenues by twenty or thirty percent can shrink profits nearly as much still plenty of business leaders. Believe delivery is here to stay like kroger one of the nation's largest supermarket chains. It is so bullish on this trend that it's partnering with Ghost Kitchen Company Cluster truck. Yes you heard that right to offer meal

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Bradley Whitford Plays The Field

The Frame

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Bradley Whitford Plays The Field

"My guest for the entire show is actor Bradley Whitford. He's probably best known for starring starring in the West Wing and doing some bad things in a basement in get out more. Recently he was in transparent and Topi drama the handmaid's Tale now how he starring in a broad NBC Sitcom called perfect harmony. And if it sounds like a big departure that was intentional I was sort of looking to do. Do a comedy. I've been doing a lot of dark stuff I wanted to get out of Gilead for a time. I talked with Brad Whitford before a live audience at KPCC's recent open house in perfect harmony Whitford plays a character who's very close to the show's creator. Leslie Flee Wake Webster Leslie. Had this story about her grandfather at the end of his life he was very pretentious. Kind of snooty eastern coastal dude. A WHO ended up at the end of his life kind of stock in Kentucky where she is from any ended up finding real joy and and nourishment working in this little church that he thought he didn't WanNa have anything to do with and that was sort of basis of it and I was looking for something to do in in these insane. Polarized Times that put radically different people together and and sort of transcended it in a non preachy way with humor. And this has this added element of Music Zik.

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"topi" Discussed on Crypto Voices

Crypto Voices

14:25 min | 1 year ago

"topi" Discussed on Crypto Voices

"In bitcoin like put the equivalent amount of thought into doing that and and effort you know and and I you know I coined the term hardware y last resort. So you don't necessarily need to be doing this on a daily or weekly basis. I mean you set up your cold storage properly in they're like why do you ever need to touch the gold storage right Because as a point of it you're hiking body to hold it indefinitely And so you don't need to be moving stuff around but I also like proof aquis. He's because you can do that once a year just to you know dust off your cold. Storage brush up on your current S. practices. Make sure that all your backups or working and things like that making sure that you don't have Ki- like coins sitting on different exchange accounts or wherever that you might have forgotten the about you. Do you do that type of spring cleaning once a year in what what better time than the first of the year by January third like what better time to do it The chances of losing your bitcoins or losing track of them are forgetting about him. Goes Down because you know January third. You're going around found everywhere like just trying to find stuff that you might have forgotten about. Just checking all those exchange accounts and Peter McCormack From what what Bitcoin did podcast. He he actually credits with saving him half the bitcoin because he he had totally forgotten about it on crypto PIA and because only because of proof of keys he went and looked around and oh I forgot my half that bitcoin there so he withdraw. He withdrew it. And then you know a short time later Topi failed old and went into receivership and he would have totally lost half a bitcoin that he had forgotten about. Had he not participated in proof. Accuse so you know that's a that's another important thing to do is just just be looking around. Let's look into some.

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 Nigeria election observers criticize intimidation, violence

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Nigeria election observers criticize intimidation, violence

"Nigeria's ruling party has maintained its hold on the economic capital lake on softer winning state elections which were held on Saturday. Bloomberg's Topi lackey says violence and disruption has been widespread group. Group of electoral observers, say fifteen people died indicating nineteen election cycle results show precedents bar response. He has one in majority in the national legislative

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"topi" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Live and they will be like the best soldiers. Yeah. Well, I have to wonder off. Also, if a loved the depictions kind of go towards both militarization and capitalization of Mars like in in science fiction because it costs so much money to go to space in our understanding of, you know, space exploration and our current physical ability to go there. You know, I have to wonder, you know, if a lot of times it's depicted as either a military zone or a capitalist zone because of all the money. It takes to go there. And if it's kind of just doomed to forever sort of live in these dystopia as I mean, maybe so it's it's funny. Because of course, you know, capitalism in the military kind of go together, especially when you're in kind of the early stages of occupying a space, and I always think about I I guess we're talking about aids tropes a little bit here. But total recall the original total recall where there. On Mars, and it is it's it isn't really a military. Just hopi. It's a capitalist dystopia, and there's certain people who can't afford air and who can't afford, and we see this expanse to like in the Beltre's who can't afford gravity, and it's this idea that yet, it's a harsh environment. Maybe it will produce super soldiers or maybe it will produce incredibly vulnerable populations who are kind of starving and and starving for things that we don't start for on earth. You know, like water and an oxygen although water we're gonna start needing to. We're starting to become Mars. Maybe. Yeah. I mean, so I guess a question I have is in your personal views, if if you Topi as and an even a slightly less than utopias like democracies are kind of just not things that seemingly will work when we think about the expansion of humans across the solar system are in in some science fiction the galaxy and you know, people being distributed and especially. In in the expanse. We see them distributed not only by distance. But obviously by gravity wells and Beltre's not being able to come back to earth without it being incredibly painful and things of that nature. You know, I is it something where it's actually kind of difficult to write about or think about Topi is or democracies when thinking about these sorts of physical limitations that space provides. Well, I think you know, there's people are always saying science fiction is written for our time. And I think that when you're talking about space politics, you can either go with that that like, okay? This is all a comment about what's going on now or you can kind of take the tack of. All right. Let's have a thought experiment about what really can be going on. And I think for most of history. It has been the former of like, okay, what's our concern or concern is the Vietnam war. So we're going to talk about you know, colonization we're gonna talk about the effects of on the psychology of the soldiers or. Is it the rampant capitalism? Okay. That's what we're going to be concerned with. And you know, I mean once you kind of realize that that is maybe what is going on it kind of puts perspective on things. I think a lot of the times people aren't always super concerned with what do we think actually is going to be the kinds of things that were considering I think the expanse may be a bit more than others because it is like very near future. It doesn't necessarily have like a strong ideological bent of like, okay, we're going to you know. Show the dangers of fascism or the dangers of capitalism or the dangers of communism or anything like that. And so that kind of allows you to tangle with those issues of okay, like, what are the resources that are important, and what would society be like? And you know, I don't want to give a plug for the show that I'm working on. But I think that do a pretty good job thinking about that. Yeah. Well, let's talk about things that are your personal favorite depictions or or things that get into some media areas that you've personally enjoyed you know, what are some depictions, you know, across books TV movie, you know, what what have you that? I just kind of delight you in terms of what they depict about space politics..

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"topi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on KOMO

"Going to do to your ceiling. I like ceiling Matt paint, you can just use dead flat. He'll do the same thing. But tell me about the colors in your home. Well, I kind liked the topi- colors that I've got some Topi with some green in it, you know, different rooms, I have different colors that it. Oh, I'm not sure what coloring paint this part of the house. Tell me tell me when you say Tope use the colors that you see when you see Tope. Do you see paying her pulse? You see beige DC, grey and beige. Yeah. I see grays and the one in the kitchen is green. But it is like Topi green. It's and then we've got. I don't know contrasting colors around the windows and stuff. But and then I use oranges in blue in there. Okay. So Tope, and and I certainly I just want to also say that I very much appreciate your call and your question. But I always try to remind myself gel that are not just feed you, but I am speaking to our listening audience and a lot of times, and I'm not suggesting this is you I am suggesting though that people should ask a few questions because oftentimes they're calling something Tope that is not. In fact, it is a great like a gray beige color, and it can have a green undertone. It can have a blue undertone yellow undertone, but Tope has a pink purple undertone. And that's what makes it. Atop and so often so that color can read pink pretty quickly, and it's difficult unless it's really more of a yellow Greyfield to work well with oranges. So that's but the green undertone sounds lovely. So your question to me is about the ceiling, and I wanna follow that up with perfect ceiling colors because I think this is a great topic. All right. Hang on here. It will break for headlines here and top local.

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"topi" Discussed on V103

V103

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on V103

"Don't miss out on the best gifts of the season. Act now groupon. What's something you feel like you constantly constantly have to explain to people something costly costly? Lane to people. True for us. I want you to lie thing did on trying to get past is my lifestyle. Oh. Claiming that I can't tell you. How many why y'all do that? You know, you could have is to this people over here that ain't got nothing in y'all spending this money on that time dealing with that give you have a founded doesn't matter. It doesn't mean you can't give enough to people. That's true. Give in to you ain't got. No mo. And then they just move onto a layer, sir. Yeah. I get tired of explaining myself. I'm through I'm through doing that. And you to us. Very generous, very generous. Yes. Thank you. Bishop Boma topi-. For those who love, you know, explanation coach for those who hate, you know, explanation acceptable. When we ask you, see. I mean, we ask you a lot of stuff, but we worked together, and we just want to know exposures every. The blessings come down slow down. You got a question. I do I do. Okay. So listen to this seat you wake up, and you see you have texts from multiple family member. Text messages, a multiple family and friends now half of the messages, say go outside the other half of the message just say stay inside. What do you do? Half of the messages, say stay inside. And the other half say go outside family, stay inside from family and friends. You got a whole bunch of text messages. Control most what's happening.

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"topi" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"Catholic through ski trip. It's going to be in timberland. It's an overnighter. Yeah. You for a minute share? Mr. Sachs tomato, correct? So that he thinks you're going to schools invited. Me course, you it's going to be a blast. Besides it'll give us a chance to get caught up. Talk about all the times. Sure. Sure. I'll go. Okay. Great. I gotta go. Okay. So two things really quick. This is where I wanna stylish also that the popular girls are always in this navy Denham, blue Pearl. Very late cable knit sort of like layering. It's very intentional what they did with the wardrobe here. But the popular girls are always in blues and denims in whites like that is there theme, and then they have Angela in this scene. The red sweater the previous in a red sweater, which we don't really see her in anything bold at any other point during the movie, but for the most part her color is like a Brown and Topi sort of like mob color. She does a lot of oranges on on. Just an whoever said angora was a new pink was seriously disturbed orange is the new. No. I mean, they this movie is. It's the costuming is great because the blue content from the popular girls continues. Maybe bluest cool. I don't know. But like they continue to beat you over the head with the blue well through the trial at the end where it's just like a Blue Wave is over on CC side of the courtroom and this color. It's really striking..

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"topi" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on High and Mighty

"What people want to do to fix cut through traffic is to make those major boulevards even wider to had those be like car priority, even more when really we should just be taking space away from cars everywhere. All over the city. Think about if we like eliminate a bunch of cars what the side streets become. If there's street parking all the time. I mean, there's not car street park, and I will say, because I live in like a, there's a lot of businesses. Nearby and we have two cars. My wife has one. She has a parking spot. I don't. If it's the middle of the day, if I go to the gym at ten and try to come back and eleven, I'm fucked can't park anywhere near my house, which is which is crazy. But at the same time, it's the price I pay for having a car, right? This parking space is becoming more and more available. This is something that Uber and lift have done like the valley businesses dead, right. Basically their entire lots are being converted to other purposes because fewer people more people take our share, then you don't have to part because the moment, you know you're going somewhere where you have to pay for parking, do the math, three, like it's ten bucks to park at LA live, whatever it's twenty to go round trip. Have someone drive me right, right. So then if we took all this newly available parking, turned it into units, especially affordable units, places where people could live, then you don't eat car share either. Really now the place you're getting. To know you live there. Walk around. So that would be nice. I think it's always important to say all these amenities bike lanes, walkability, parks, all this nice shit. When you build stuff like this, it does make neighborhoods less affordable, which is why you have to come at it from the other side to put protections in place and make sure you've got enough that you Topi neighborhood where you're like, oh, now everyone wants to live there. Now it's market. It's just added control, right? The rent goes crazy. And so then people start getting squeezed. How you want to become like one of those. And I'm not. I'm not the guy to do this because I'm too afraid, and I'm not the poster board for this, but you make me want to be one of those. You're bored, poster boy and board. I'm not the poster boy. Yeah, I'm not some. But I want to be like one of those bike warriors that's like, you know, just let's get ten guys together and ride all down, Santa Monica, God blesses people, everyone hates them..

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"topi" Discussed on At Home With...

At Home With...

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on At Home With...

"She's one of the few Brown found is that we have on season two about home with, but we've wanted to have around for ages as she's successfully led. Her business for almost twenty is just from strength string. I such a long time and so amazing. And we really wanted to hear more about her career story from how she sat up the brand to the behind. The scenes. Life is a very, very busy businesswoman with three kids. Plus we've been huge fans of the brand. The Yee's was up by this forgotten the name of the one that you love. That is. So you as one of the first beach puts you talking about? I've talked about it for years by I came across now. Zing when they were doing. I think if you bought glamour magazine, you go free nails Inc, polish on the front owner. They did collaborations with diet coke. Using using years ago. They came out with a caller that was very similar to porchester square this like purposely Topi nude, and I just I will say much just to get multiple ones of that now polish. So in this episode, we hear about how she first got the idea from a trip to New York started with a now bar on the beginnings of her brand from the first Nells store on south Molton street and how she grew over the is theories Archie in fashion journalism. So she has great. I for kala say, like we said, we talk all about how she creates shades how she tests them, and we have your back because we asked her about her favorite wedding day shades saying, is slap bang in the middle of wedding seasons, brights, and guests we go, you sorted, obviously, beautiful immigrant. So white. I didn't how she has kids in that house clean so clean, but we covered all kinds of topics like heaping organize, was having a family of five and how she incorporates stunning pops of color into neutral home. If you have a look on the acoss app, you will see her absolutely gorgeous blue shelving. It was amazing, seriously, veto, and we hope you enjoy as much as we did recording it. Prepare yourself for some serious inspiration site here is at home with the green..

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"topi" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

"Uhhuh topi in streak that they they believe it's sort of a monster in them you called it a tyrant that they have this image of perfection and thereby everything fails now i understand better your thesis because if you work with an image of perfection neither you nor your husband can match it and to be clear it's usually has words attach it's not just a picture so i'm looking at my couch this great pillow that i got an africa that amazing cheetah and my brain is telling me all the ways that it's crooked on the couch and the color could match a little better it isn't seen as gorgeous thing i bought it seen everything that's wrong with it and that's just what our brains do and it it's a it's a survival mechanism it's when we think of it is that men are used to surviving by producing results you catch the deer ate you catch the deer you catch the women women for millennia have survived by being attractive by being accepted by being found favorable in pleasing and valuable to other people that's how we survived and our brain is constantly pointing out what we need to fix so that were found acceptable pleasing invaluable and worth it to you to protect me and provide.

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"topi" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Branch dot com promo code k a t i e bollandbranch dot com promo code katie and now back to our conversation with journalist emily chang author of bro topi so you got a lot of attention when the first excerpt for bro topi was released in vanity fair you wrote about wild monthly sex parties attended by the tech elite the sub head of the piece was the guy's got laid but the women get screwed which i thought was clever and also a bit depressing and can you explain these parties how important are they and what the effect is for women in tech so first of all one of the interesting things about silicon valley that may set it apart from some other industries is that work bleeds into life in fact life is work and that's just the way things go and so you know if you're working at one of these companies you're going out for drinks after work maybe for drinks in the middle of the day and you know there's this implicit pressure to be one of the cool kids and you know there is a subset of people in silicon valley who believes they're not just changing the world when it comes to the products that they're building their challenging social mores and challenging traditional morality challenging monogamy and that's all great the bay area has been you know this this this hotbed of sexual exploration and liberation for so so long but if you look at actually how some of the socializing happens and you know i am quite descriptive about some of these parties where you have powerful men inviting women to to one so that the odds are in their favor it's not challenging traditional mores at all in fact it's a tale as old as time you know these women who participate are discredited and disrespected when for the men it's like a networking opportunity even though they're not trying to do business business gets done and so women sort of feel like they're damned if they do and damned if they don't and for some people this lifestyle was ever present and they felt like they could not escape it and especially some women entreprer.

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"topi" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Yeah and they're gonna be singing tonight at on broadway rock topi and rock topi with the blue danube wore walls where's the strangest place you've heard it come up and heard it sung or used to say in the but now i'm sorry that's why from the bud thank you some people know that whole story the strangest like oh okay we got the call many years ago that a women's premenopausal medication wanted to us we're not gonna take it and i like are you raking kidding me this is my art this is how much we're we're gonna take what does this do they said well you know helps premenopausal say it helps vaginal dryness i said wait a second i'm totally against fashionable dryness i think i'm doing god's work actually i don't think there's a man or woman out there who's not against fashionable dryness only become a public service on it i'm doing exactly so but i've been the commercial head always tipper gore types with the high waisted denims on their shaking their fists when did this air i missed in in one thousand nine okay okay ninety eight ninety nine somewhere around there two thousand so i remember that and the other one was daily steamer rock ages movie okay we're the pm or c type organization their song they sing at tom cruise stacee jaxx is we're not gonna take it and protesting rock music i said this is the definition of irony here did on the filthy fifteen didn't did you were on celebrity apprentice trump use it trump did trump using it on his campaigns campaign at the beginning yeah he threw his credit called and asked and i was like we were friendly and i said hey man saul's about rebellion raising hell go for it and i think it was seriously going to become the president and then about three months in his his we when we had dinner and drinks and and but you don't talk about politics when you're hanging out socially and all of a sudden is belief system started to come out and file.

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"topi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"topi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Radio sixty six and i can listen to the fan anytime anywhere download the radio dot com app and favorite us today nine radio hour here on a band means i've got less than an hour to play turn it over to see map chris we're gonna call takes over at two i'll take your calls throughout the entire hour eight seven seven three three seven six six that's the mohegan sun topi line limited by mohegan sun plan your stay mohegansun dot com mix into baseball talk little nba three of the home deems one day golden state starts the defense of their title with a winning home the raptors top seed in the east had a fight on their hands but ended up topping the wizards the seventy sixers just move out the miami heat in the second half ben simmons a big game for philly jj didn't do diddly in the first app couldn't miss and the second air dropping threes everywhere philly wins by twenty seven the only upset the only road team that won new orleans who's up double digits in the fourth quarter portland cut it late got it three had the ball excuse me underneath the basket and rather than looking to get it in bounds with four seconds to go to try and get a pass or a screen to get it three tired they ran a play to go to the basket and i think it was kind of them but i don't exactly know who was god open was going to the rim look who's going to be able to dunk which we give them a quick to pour seconds ago foul then you play it on maybe they missed some pal shod maybe only needed to to time maybe can win it would at three but drew holiday with a hell of a block come in from the other side of the basket getting up getting a piece of the ball without fouling tim was in and if you vow and he dunks now it's a three point play the oldfashioned way then he ended up tying the game not necessary to holiday with a great block preserves the win for the pelicans thirty five and fourteen for anthony davis so you want to talk about the nba today or any of the games tomorrow hit me up on line eight seven seven three three seven six six six six vernon for manhattan's up.

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"topi" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"topi" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Is yourself and it's so there these sort of topi novels that came out around the same time that all go into this where the world prevents you from growing up and you rebel against the world in order to grow up and ready player one the novel is similar in that its main protagonist is basically forced to pay attention to the pop culture of his parents and grandparents generations and does not have any self possession of his own except that he never grows up and he never throws it off he just he just goes into the capital and becomes like the he becomes snow he becomes president snow of the hunger games and and it's and it's positioned as good question mark because you get the sense that there's some sort of deep wound that's informing the writing of this book that that is is blind to itself that that there's a sense that the book is positioning things like playing zork as awesome where and i've played zork it i don't find it awesome i fight it compared to modern video games to be alienating difficult and ice relating right like let's say let's step back from the high level analysis of all this stuff and i just want to ask you guys have either of you guys actually played the old school text adventures oh yeah all the info com games i had a box set called the lost treasures of infocomm that i did but i in the old days i had five and a half inch sorry five and a quarter inch floppies that were on god take my nerd card away that i put in my apple two see zork was easy compared with the hitch.

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"topi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"topi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The candy topi at one as the late eight stay bjorn la as it hatches out issues with the city traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center now we're taking a look at the 405 in long beach on the south 405 at fell far boulevard it's the scene of someone who i got a flat tyre right in the middle traffic lanes to their starting the traffic break right around lakewood boulevard for all the lastsecond definitely see some slowing their right around lakewood boulevard looking at the one 34 afric dot com presents jeff rfk eyeinthesky border wall pretty good reports coming up a couple of things so that don't become of a bigger problems first eastbound what 34 as your fast for two as a matter of fact affected one of the transitions uh the eastbound the transition north to cheese what 34 anyways couplet gravel trucks there one is in the gore point one to the shoulder it is causing some slowing so just be careful but other than that glendale into past it's a good trip and going the other way pass it fascinating over troves burbank even all of as a pretty good shape i'd north five b gold saved free way at the one ten niro saco parkway against the right shoulder stuff it's a rate kokkola truck actual at the hooked up to a tow trucks a little slow around for me still a after that a good drive to burbank in a wreck call have wrecked up jeff far kfi this guy in hawthorn pesky asan at one of five west at crenshaw boulevard they ended up having to block the carpool lane when the tow trucks got there so it still pretty heavy for you from the 110 on the westend 105 kfi in this guy helps get you there faster and robbing banks this hour of the bill handel show is powered by unicom global unicom global.

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"topi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"topi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The candy topi at one as the late eight stay bjorn la as it hatches out issues with the city traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center now we're taking a look at the 405 in long beach on the south 405 at fell far boulevard it's the scene of someone who i got a flat tyre right in the middle traffic lanes to their starting the traffic break right around lakewood boulevard for all the lastsecond definitely see some slowing their right around lakewood boulevard looking at the one 34 afric dot com presents jeff rfk eyeinthesky border wall pretty good reports coming up a couple of things so that don't become of a bigger problems first eastbound what 34 as your fast for two as a matter of fact affected one of the transitions uh the eastbound the transition north to cheese what 34 anyways couplet gravel trucks there one is in the gore point one to the shoulder it is causing some slowing so just be careful but other than that glendale into past it's a good trip and going the other way pass it fascinating over troves burbank even all of as a pretty good shape i'd north five b gold saved free way at the one ten niro saco parkway against the right shoulder stuff it's a rate kokkola truck actual at the hooked up to a tow trucks a little slow around for me still a after that a good drive to burbank in a wreck call have wrecked up jeff far kfi this guy in hawthorn pesky asan at one of five west at crenshaw boulevard they ended up having to block the carpool lane when the tow trucks got there so it still pretty heavy for you from the 110 on the westend 105 kfi in this guy helps get you there faster and robbing banks this hour of the bill handel show is powered by unicom global unicom global.

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"topi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"topi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The candy topi at one as the late eight stay bjorn la as it hatches out issues with the city traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center now we're taking a look at the 405 in long beach on the south 405 at fell far boulevard it's the scene of someone who i got a flat tyre right in the middle traffic lanes to their starting the traffic break right around lakewood boulevard for all the lastsecond definitely see some slowing their right around lakewood boulevard looking at the one 34 afric dot com presents jeff rfk eyeinthesky border wall pretty good reports coming up a couple of things so that don't become of a bigger problems first eastbound what 34 as your fast for two as a matter of fact affected one of the transitions uh the eastbound the transition north to cheese what 34 anyways couplet gravel trucks there one is in the gore point one to the shoulder it is causing some slowing so just be careful but other than that glendale into past it's a good trip and going the other way pass it fascinating over troves burbank even all of as a pretty good shape i'd north five b gold saved free way at the one ten niro saco parkway against the right shoulder stuff it's a rate kokkola truck actual at the hooked up to a tow trucks a little slow around for me still a after that a good drive to burbank in a wreck call have wrecked up jeff far kfi this guy in hawthorn pesky asan at one of five west at crenshaw boulevard they ended up having to block the carpool lane when the tow trucks got there so it still pretty heavy for you from the 110 on the westend 105 kfi in this guy helps get you there faster and robbing banks this hour of the bill handel show is powered by unicom global unicom global.

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"topi" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"topi" Discussed on WCTC

"Just seemed this topi intimate as i said on yesterday show 1984 was not supposed to be a playbook was not supposed to be a strategy going forward it was supposed to be a warning it was supposed to be a sign of like hey let's make sure we don't do this and really the issue one of the bigger issues as well that i have what the lapd in and fill i do appreciate your perspective and if that was the if that was the perspective going with the with this program if the majority of people in los angeles in california specifically in los angeles in this case wanted rome program if they put it up for a referendum if it was up for a vote i would say okay they've made their choices certainly los angeles as a crazy amount of laws that i think are absolutely horrible but for the most part the as a society they have made those decisions and they have said that this is the kind of culture that we want this is a this is acceptable for us if that was the case i would say okay well i guess that's what they want but the majority of people don't want it in that's the concern in the for the for the lapd to just push it through say no it's a one year program it's tough to put the genie back in the bottle very tough you know that's my commerce station when it comes to the second amendment as well i mean obviously i've i'ma i dr constitution needs to be upheld with the second amendment with guns i have a lot of my friends who say we need to get rid of guns all these kinds of things g8 going back in their bottle the genie his aides it's just not happening so what are we gotta do we need a culture change and i just feel as if this is a situation that needs to be nipped in the bud before we just have these things fly in all around like we're living in an episode of black mirror which by the way if you have not seen black mirror check it out it's on that plagues it's a british serve a.

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