39 Burst results for "Tristan"

Fresh update on "tristan" discussed on KQED Radio Show

KQED Radio Show

02:17 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tristan" discussed on KQED Radio Show

"I don't know. I think it's two ways of looking at it. Hey, if you're just joining us, I'm guy Raz, and you're listening to how I built this. In my interview with piles Sadaaki, a of class pass Tristan Walker of Walker and Company and Perry Chin of Kickstarter. But by the Let's talk about the most. I mean the elephant. The room, which is the the past 15 months that has Forced for better or worse innovation across the board. I mean, not just in the way we work and the we were interacting right now, the fact that we're doing this virtual summit We have. Actually, This has been one of the most innovative years in my life, if not the most for how I built this for my Children's media company. We make a kids programming. Um, you know, it's been actually It's forced us and it's been difficult and very difficult. But it's forced us to make changes that will accelerate our growth. Hopefully and And certainly is a very changes. Tell me about How the past year has changed the things that that you all have created. Look for the past year, I've had to expand my capacity for empathy. In ways that it would have never expected five years ago. Yeah, That's a good thing, right? It's a good thing for me as a dad as a husband as a CEO, right? It's a board member. That sort of thing. In service of our consumers to write that expansion of capacity for empathy means, you know, we got to remember that employees consumers are people and we talked a little earlier around like, you know. How do you know that you're certain that the idea is gonna work? This is what I mean by the 12 month and 100 and 50 and the messiness in between. None of us would have predicted this. I'm so grateful that we set up an infrastructure to help prepare us for it, and that preparation is just giving people the grace to have that empathy. That's beautiful. Um, you know, for us mandated by the government. Almost every studio is shut down, right within two weeks of Kogan started. So, um, that was like a 95% drop in revenue. It was. It was just a shut down completely. And I mean for us. We wanted to make sure we were very empathetic for our customers, right? I think that was First.

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Fresh update on "tristan" discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

00:19 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tristan" discussed on Winning Plays

"I don't know if I want to pay laws ebonics Runner. I don't know if I want to pay Marcus Morris next contract. I'm more willing play smarts, but again, I, I like Marcus Smart because, but I, I know exactly what the dollars are right now, and maybe I know what. Again, I know off the cap on it is, if you, if you want to sign an extension which by many indications, he does want to sign an extension and his agent knows what the cap on his extension is. He didn't make all NBA. It's not like we're talking about supermax. Here's 20% more than he makes right now in his first season and then raises. And it's like is he going to be worth that? There's some concern there about covid-19, you know, the kept staying at 3% growth in him, making 8% growth and things like that. Like, it's not ideal. Could you get in for a little bit less than his max? I don't know. Maybe, but it's a little bit like 48, where, like you're signing guys who you're going in saying, I think I'm getting fair value for their production or fair market value. These aren't guys who you're signing for ten million dollars in your sort of like in the background you know thinking oh he's going to be a twenty-five million dollar player as soon as we get them on the floor, for to start, it's not the rubber Williams conversation, where there's like, a whole bunch of grow. If you can get him for for a certain number, then it may turn out these worth a lot more than I think we know kind of what all these guys are worth in there. I worry that fall isn't actually Worth 22 million dollars a year or whatever, he's going to get. But yeah. So why do it? I mean if it's a sign-and-trade, he'll get it because it's 954. Always overpay is a restricted, free agent signing trade. Cuz if you gets what he's, you know, if he tries to sign for 18 million, then New Orleans is going to match it particularly flower, he's going to Miami, right? It depends what the Republicans are moving on. Then off like if if they can match and then any other teams just afraid to give them an offer sheet, then he's probably be a lower number..

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Fresh update on "tristan" discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

00:59 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tristan" discussed on Winning Plays

"Again, do a lot of things around the edges and conceivably have to give up some flexibility and going after making that, like you said that final push for a contending right away. If they take on a contract, like, like ball probably will command well. So, I guess the first thing that we can can throw out, there is the player that the Pelican seemingly want to go after his Lowry and watch as we're doing, this is walking really close to the line of saying that he's going to Miami right in a pre-arranged sign-and-trade that isn't actually legal and that got nixed by the way, last year, for the bucks. So we'll see how that all plays out but it's it's possible that New Orleans will be in a less interested position in terms of letting letting loans or go, then we sort of have assumed over a month or so. But It's a great tool. Like it comes down to how good you think one's at Walden. How good you think? Marcus part is and I think, Marcus Smart is quite good and I really liked him and I'm a fan of the team and I'm a fan of Marcus Martin so I don't want them to trade him. And so that's a big part of it, for me, it's just like, I'm not Brad Stevens. I don't have to make that decision in, in that way and I think Lance was good, but do I think he's like a game-changing good player? Know do I think that he like fits some amazing role that the team needs to fill not relief, they certainly need better pastures but I think you can get there in in other ways that that aren't just like adding that sort of particular type of player that thought, oh, is it again? He's, we can talk about if he's not like a half-court point guard, he's just not. That's not what he is, he's not Rajon Rondo, but he's a good passer, an interesting player. And to me a lot of it, sort of, I was talking to, like, sort of what's missed is that there are at least reports of that Marcus wants to sign an extension, and we know what that extension would be, because he's capped at 20% of what he's making. Now, our wiener dog, The maximum that it could be as and that's about three million dollars less than were thinking, that Lonzo ball would get over the same course of four years. So like which of those would you rather have Marcus for, you know, averaging eighteen million or nineteen million in the end?.

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Fresh update on "tristan" discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

02:34 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tristan" discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"Thank you for all the answer phone calls middle of the night to rebound for him. And oh, yeah, by the way, it's got your jokes about this. They also rebounded from like that week, like that day. And the day before, and he said, yeah, he'll sleep till 5 a.m. a 4 a.m. as a treat to himself. End of the day is a point guard and and you can use them some stretches as a combo, I guess. And you arguably already have to kind of awesome ones. Just why take another one when the wing and Ed frontcourt as we've outlined are screaming for more help and more depth. Yeah, so the richaun Holmes thing is actually really interesting because they even made it a little bit harder on themselves. The next day by going out and getting Tristan Thompson, who I would imagine is like something of a like insurance policy for when they lose for Shawn Holmes because they only have early bird rights on Rush of homes which means that they can I think the number is I mean I can look this up. I think the numbers like only around 11, it is 11:00. Yeah they can repay him and he's going to get my dog. Matt and free agency is probably going to get like 14 to 16. I would guess. So, he'd either just really need to like Sacramento or he would need to take a pay cut, or they need to sign him using caps page, which they can't really quite do. It's, they would need to maneuver around a little bit more. Like they would need to, like, get rid of this Tristan Thompson or like, strawberry Tristan Thompson or something after just acquiring it. And that seems like a bad idea. So we're like move, buddy, hield move, Harrison Barnes, things like that. So, it seems like richaun, Holmes, probably going to go, right. Right? And we didn't say, buddy hield. I'm just assuming based on a trade talks, he's there. But if not there's, there's another guy who's a one or two smaller Garcia Mitchell. Yeah. Despite the fact I'm playing with three or four smaller guards of times at Baylor that all shot 40-plus percent from three. He's he's not like he can't guard up the lineup. He's not guarding like a four in the NBA. It's like that's that's not happening like he's dead. Under there one and a little bit off all. And he'll take some charges. They'll step up. He'll rotate. Like he'll get gritty now. He'll fight with you but I don't know if you can do that for like thirty minutes a game. So here, here's my private, two of the guards off. So like let's say they try to play all three of those guards together, which I don't think they should. Let's say they try, right? The best option to guard threes right now. Like bigger Wings is Dave young age because Tyrese Haliburton isn't quite strong enough yet and is not good. Is like never really been great on-ball..

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Payal Kadakia, Tristan Walker, and Perry Chen on Innovation

How I Built This

01:31 min | Last week

Payal Kadakia, Tristan Walker, and Perry Chen on Innovation

"I wasn't coming from entrepreneurship. And i wasn't working in business at all. I was di jiang working on electronic music. And you know. I had this idea and it wasn't my field. It's just an idea. And so you assume you know there's probably something wrong here and it's a kind of prompt comes up a lot like funding so every project. I'd have i'd be like where. Can i get money for this. And so every time we would come up it would be like. Why doesn't this thing exists. Yeah and i'm usually pretty good with those things like you know. In a couple of days it will come to me. And i'm like of course and that just never happened. And so i just never let go in a way where it never let go of me. I kept feeling like this should exist ethic. That's kind of maybe the best way to say this should exist and maybe trista navy. That's what you were feeling as well with your project at certain point you kind of just feel like well. Maybe i need to make this happen for this to exist. I felt disrespected. And i felt we all deserve to be respected not only as people but also as consumer What should exist. Respect for me was respects in my retail experience when i walked on is respect to have advocation products. That do what you say. They're going to do. It's respect in terms of how we kind of build a company in a brand and the people that are employed within it. As for me you know started as a frustration. I felt disrespected. And the result of those who things may be recognized should and we went right after.

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Nick Cannon's 4 Babies in 1 Year Was No Accident

Daily Pop

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Nick Cannon's 4 Babies in 1 Year Was No Accident

"Let's jump right into this. Nick cannon situation you buys he's got some words for his haters. Then lord knows you'll come in. I'm like a seahorse out here on procreate and if you had to give me one piece of advice what would it be these kids on purpose. Okay so if you haven't how purpose chosen could have got pregnant. I did it happened. Because he wasn't those opposed to give more like a rabbit alphabet all of that you guys on his power six los angeles radio sh first of all. Do you believe him. Because a lot of people don't believe i don't but i think it's very nice of him to say my children accidents because that would come back to haunt him later on his kids are. I was an accident. Also i love. That is being a good father by say. None of those kids were accidents. But i called. B. e. s. Seahorses isn't that the male vega birth. I think if he had to give the bird he go through this.

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Nick Cannon Defends Having 4 Babies in 1 Year: "No Accident!"

Daily Pop

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Nick Cannon Defends Having 4 Babies in 1 Year: "No Accident!"

"Cannon says his seven kids are no accident and he totally meant to have four babies this year. So that's normal. Justin is out enjoying his vacation. But thankfully i have two amazing host joining me today. Carney wilson is back here. I star bobby. Burke is here joining them. It's going to be good show. It'd be great going to be a great show it has to be great because justin's on here and you gonna watch make sure i did a good job so we have to stop high jared. Let's jump right into this. Nick cannon situation you buys he's got some words for his haters. Then lord knows you'll come in. I'm like a seahorse out here on procreate and if you had to give me one piece of advice what would it be these kids on purpose. Okay so if you haven't how purpose chosen could have got pregnant. I did it happened. Because he wasn't those opposed to give more like a

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Cardi B Shows off Baby Bump at BET Awards

Daily Pop

00:55 sec | Last month

Cardi B Shows off Baby Bump at BET Awards

"Right to the bt awards and cardi b. e. big news now. She surprised everyone during her performance of migos by showing up with a baby bump now that bodysuit god because that point across real good but be honest. What was your reaction to this. Because all i could think was her obstetrician is on the obstetrician helped plan this like. There's only one way to do it. And it's what sequence and your belly out and it's fat bueller show. I mean i was. I literally gas browse like ooh. Yes and then. I was like way. This is no surprise. Remember when she announced her first pregnancy on. Snl so there's only one way for cardi to announce that she's having babies and that's on the stage and i feel like any stage will welcome her She kind of was doing a belly role. Did you see that through the bodysuit. I'm impressed they like that was really good. Look at her. I mean she's fierce.

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Britney Spears' Boyfriend Proposes on Hawaiian Vacation

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

02:09 min | Last month

Britney Spears' Boyfriend Proposes on Hawaiian Vacation

"Britney spears. His boyfriend has proposed to her in hawaii. So britney and so's or hawaii proposal so beautiful. They left for hawaii just one day after has shocking revelation in court. That she's not in control of her own life now. Things are about to change. Hopefully maybe because she could be getting married. Sources told me the following quote. Sam proposed in hawaii. I'm brittany said yes. Both of them want to get married and have a baby. And don't care what the conservatorship says anymore. This isn't the first time that sam has proposed but it is the first time they can actually see it being allowed to happen. What do you think it's interesting like so many things He so this guy. Sam he you know. He loves her. Obviously but did he fly on his own. Private jet no. I'm pretty sure he's on britney's dime right. Private jet britney's private jet someone a lot richer than you and still be happy. I was worried about sama i. They've been together several years. I i was like oh. It's there for the money. And i don't believe that anymore. Sources tell me. He loves her. He really cares about her and that could actually look after if she indeed. She does need somebody to do that. Issue super-rich to yes. Does that help. Yes of course it helps but we all fall in love with people for many many different reasons. It shouldn't just be money but many can be part of it. I think but i'm tom lift. Grown really really close. I hope i hope britney's happy. I hope sam's happy it's just. It just feels too quick. You know what i mean like. They're rushing this conservatorship to end and then all of a sudden like let's get married e you know and almost you you wanna make sure britney's in the right state you know what vulnerable for over a decade with a family member. Let me add. I'm my money's on sam so just to clarify here sources say his proposed several times before and even sort of made up that there manon wife because they would not allowed legally to get married she cannot garrett unless her dad her conservator say yes

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"tristan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:03 min | Last month

"tristan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tristan Thompson was being a little physical with him, but he's showing his hands. That's where I say these guys get to reaching all day. Show your hands man doing with your chest. Mm hmm. Would you want the league to make a rule or I don't know if it's a rule, but just to to have that change in in philosophy on those Hard stops, jump back type of fouls. You think that they should just take it out of the game? Talk about verdict? It's just more or less how you communicate with the officials. We talk about the the verticality rule. Was it a defender can go straight up. Hey, Same thing with the offensive player. It's just how you talk to these guys. You have so many times where players are off balance, and yet player may start Reggie Miller used to do it. He stopped and start. So you have to be aware Now we're talking about players being aware out there. You have to be aware of what a guy wants to do you have. You can't just play defense running behind somebody. You have to figure out a way of getting back in front or to a point where it's more advantageous for you. I don't want to see every time we do something someone's talking about. We need to change the rules. The rules are just five just play the game. The rules change when I played and you had to adjust. That's what you felt You're not getting a chance to see today, players being able to adjust to what's going on. Bruce Bowen. Fantastic. Perfect on this topic to thank you so much wreck shop Key, love. You see, I want to say this Philadelphia is going into Atlanta. They had to take it upon themselves quite like Keyshawn did when they played U. C L. A He shot Where you up for? U C l A. Absolutely. It was a battle of LA Let's get it, baby. Yeah, You definitely need that. You've got to see if they've got it. Not only in their in their mind but in their hearts tonight to stay alive. Thanks so much. Bruce Bowen, ESPN NBA analyst on the Goodyear Hotline, LA, But that's true. No, I have never beaten. That was crazy. I did my thing. No look. It was because of me. He naturally like me. I I wasn't.

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Khloe Kardashian Is "Standing by" Tristan Thompson

Daily Pop

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Khloe Kardashian Is "Standing by" Tristan Thompson

"Say is continuing to fight allegations that he thought another woman's baby even after a paternity test determine he was not the father. now chloe's coming into tristan defense sending accuser a cease and desist letter now a source close to khloe exclusively tells us she's upset over the rumors but believes tristen was faithful to her and they're focused on making a sibling for true. Now i have to ask you. Could you stand-by-your-man patrick in jordan. If this were happening to you listen. You cannot judge. If you're not in that person's shoes i ride for chloe. I don whatever she does. I support her. I mean it doesn't even matter like she could break a window in this building. And i'd still be like i loved. I mean she's always been so amazing to me so look i don't know i been in that position. I think it's a really hard thing to deal with. But i just you never know until you're in it right. That's the short answer of it. And she's he's worked really hard to get back into her life. I mean that was not like a two nights situation. I mean tristan like crawled and begged and pleaded and proved that he was worthy of taking back. So i mean it's also not fair on because we were saying you know is his credibility completely shattered because he made a mistake. But i think going back into that relationship. She knew that he had a target on his and his front apparently and knew she say target yes. She knows that she understands. What would be like me with this guy. I will say if somebody was saying these rumors about how my man was a father of their child and sucking me into it and my name was coming up. Of course i would send a cease and desist like she. She defend herself one hundred percent. I'm sure she's not happy about what's happening but also like she also probably assume that this is going to happen in some point. She knows she's taking somebody who's made some mistakes. He's admitted them. Everybody knows about it but like of course people are gonna still come for him and disrupt their life because they're happening now.

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Nelson Helps Islanders Beat Penguins 5-3 to Reach 2nd Round

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Nelson Helps Islanders Beat Penguins 5-3 to Reach 2nd Round

"The islanders have advanced to the second round with a five three win over the penguins in game six at Nassau Coliseum Brock Nelson had two goals and an assist for the Isles who took the last three games after falling behind to one in the series Nelson Ryan Pulock scored thirteen seconds apart to put the islanders ahead for three in the second period Ilya Sorokin stopped thirty four shots in his fourth win of the series if the bodily added a goal and two assists for New York Tristan Jarry stopped nineteen shots for Pittsburgh next up for the Alice is the Boston Bruins I'm the ferry

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Sorokin, Islanders Beat Penguins 4-1 in Game 4 to Tie Series

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Sorokin, Islanders Beat Penguins 4-1 in Game 4 to Tie Series

"The islanders have even their first round series at two games apiece with a four one win over the penguins the aisles to control when Oliver Wahlstrom Jordan Everly scored twenty four seconds apart early in the third period to make it for nothing Wahlstrom school actually was knocked in a clearing attempt by teddy Bluder Wahlstrom and Ryan Pulock each had a goal and an assist to back Ilya Sorokin who stopped twenty nine shots Sorokin has been in goal for both founders wins every playoff game is usual to have high level considerations are little focus and the original one hundred percent Tristan Jarry made twenty three saves for the penguins who host game five on Monday I'm Dave Ferrie

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Cleveland Cavaliers Beat Boston Celtics

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Cleveland Cavaliers Beat Boston Celtics

"Lose against. This is a method upper-right. This is much as I have to say. That's it. That's unfortunate. So, you have time to Celtics have left John speechless, look at home. You know what? Bobby's going to say something. That'll accept me. More than what happened tonight? I'm sure. So, I don't know what. Bobby go. Go, go, go, go ahead. Now, the pressure is on the do it. I was going to say is that you should a sense coming into today, that's what Brad. Said, free game that the teams kind of packing in at this point they're in a good position to walk up 7. They obviously have some guys with some bumps and bruises here. So it wasn't surprising to see smart kind of packed in and we probably won't see him. The rest of the way. I'd imagined rabu definitely won't see the rest of the way as he tries to recover from that tariff do. I just wonder dog. Rodger and I were kicking this back and forth to start this one. Why is Tatum playing heavy minutes on a back-to-back? Why is Tristan Thompson still out there as he deals with a peck strain, you push in those guys and off the others back and you still don't even win the game. You kind of you said there in this game that you thought the Celtics were trying to win. John, I didn't see anything that pointed that out today. I didn't see it from an effort standpoint. I saw it from a strategic standpoint. You started taking them, you played Tristan, wasn't a hundred percent you played for, like I said, we can debate the merits of starting to remount Waters tonight. I understand the philosophy. I think you wanted him to calm down sex in a little bit. That was the theory behind that. I'm not saying it's the right call, but he clearly played the best. What he thought was the line up to win tonight's game, but I just didn't understand any of it, you know, like, you know, what's the point of planning? If you're not really going to try? What's the point of keeping Tatum out there till thirty seconds left in the fourth quarter of a game that had been decided for a while. Like why is dead? Still playing heavy minutes. Like what do you? What was the what are you doing? What are we doing

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Penguins shut out Capitals 3-0 to reclaim 1st place in East

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Penguins shut out Capitals 3-0 to reclaim 1st place in East

"The penguins have sole possession of the east division lead after Bryan rust scored two unassisted goals in a three nothing win over the capitals in Washington rust's second goal of the game was the one hundredth of his career billiard a hundred is a is that doubled up optical a milestone and something that I'm definitely look back on and I the chair said if you're over there's a lot more to come but it's difficult Jeff Carter added to the mix with his fourth goal in ten games since joining the pens Tristan Jarry stopped twenty three shots in his second shutout of the season in Pittsburgh sixteen victory in its last twenty three games the penguins scored on three of their first thirteen shots against Ilya Samsonov and moved two points ahead of second place Washington I'm Dave very

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Bruins Keep Penguins in Check, Tighten East Race in 3-1 Win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Bruins Keep Penguins in Check, Tighten East Race in 3-1 Win

"The penguins are one point off the east division lead following their three one loss to the Bruins to caress turned aside twenty five shots and David great you give the Bruins a lead late in the second period Jeff Carter spoiled rests bid for a fifty second career shutout with his eleventh goal of the season both teams are defending the ice is tough to get out there you can distill space to make you know make fancy place too much you have to be patient I think today we played very smart and a patient came and then then we got rewarded Brad Marchand the Taylor hall scored in the third as Boston ended its two game skid these are six points behind first place Washington in the east at one point it back at the islanders for third place Tristan Jarry made twenty eight saves for Pittsburgh as the penguins other four game winning streak come to an end I'm Dave Ferrie

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Brown and Smart Help Celtics Secure Crucial Win Over Knicks

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Brown and Smart Help Celtics Secure Crucial Win Over Knicks

"Marcus Smart did a great job of facilitating no usual wait for that to ride. To wait for what? I'm just kidding. I think I think like one shot taking going into the four for something like that. It was clearly looking to get other guys involved in dog stepped up Jaylen Brown did with Jaylen Brown tends to do and our fifth starter Romeo Langford. He had some nice plays down the stretch too good rebates. Yeah. I thought it was a good win for them. Not as a great way. I thought it was a good win. It wasn't a great well played game but I thought it was a good win that they needed bad game Goodwin and

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Embiid Leads Philadelphia Sixers To Season Series Sweep Of Boston Celtics

The Free Agents

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Embiid Leads Philadelphia Sixers To Season Series Sweep Of Boston Celtics

"What's up. Everybody i wish. I love something as much as joel. Embiid loves playing against the celtics and this one wasn't fair. Boston left themselves shorthanded at center by trading daniel thais at the deadline and then combined with tristan thompson being injured lots a terrible combination with joel. Embiid come into town. They only had one guy who could guard him. And that was young time. Lord robert williams who did a decent job in the first quarter is a one point game after one but williams is known to be a little jumpy. He couldn't stay disciplined long enough. He picked up his third foul right at the end of the first then they had luc. Cornet come in to guard. Joel and beat boston wants to give luc cornet nickname. Let's slow the flow on giving nicknames to just everybody brad stevens left luc cornet out there. On an island with the mvp candidate some soft doubles. That wasn't enough. Went from a one point game to thirteen point game at half the celtics us break glass in case of emergency seven five taco fall and embiid way too late and be loves playing the celtics. Did i say that already. He had thirty five to seventy sixers. Swept the season series from the celtics for the first time in twenty years joel embiid and weighed more. Free throws than the celtics in the season series. Forty seven to forty

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Rust's hat trick leads Penguins past Islanders 6-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Rust's hat trick leads Penguins past Islanders 6-3

"Bryan rust registered his fourth career hat trick as the penguins doubled up the islanders six three Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist for the pens who climbed within two points of the capitals in the aisles for the east division lead Evan Rodrigues said Frederick Gaudreau also scored and Tristan Jarry turned back twenty nine shots for Pittsburgh the penguins also ended Ilya Sorokin eight game winning streak Soroka was pulled after yielding four goals on just nine shots Matt Barr Zell Anthony Beauvillier Jordan Everly scored for the islanders who have dropped five of seven to the pens I'm Dave Ferrie

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Sabres' winless streak hits 15 as Penguins roll to 5-2 win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Sabres' winless streak hits 15 as Penguins roll to 5-2 win

"The sabers are thirteen and to win their last fifteen games following a five two loss to the penguins Sabres forward Victor Olofsson we're we're not working smart all the time working hard and we want to we want to show my summary sometimes a diving so there were certain Sidney Crosby netted his thirteenth goal of the season and Tristan Jarry stopped twenty six shots as Pittsburgh climbed within four points of the NHL's east division leading islanders buffalo's winless streak is a record for futility since the shootout was introduced during the two thousand five six season it's also the league's worst stretch without a victory since Arizona won fifteen games during the two thousand three oh four season I'm Dave Ferrie

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Malkin records 1,100th NHL point, leads Pens to win

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Malkin records 1,100th NHL point, leads Pens to win

"Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry turned aside forty two shots as the penguins beat the Boston Bruins four to one the forty two saves are the second most of Charlie's career and the most for him in a Pittsburgh victory making myself as big as possible and is trying to use my boxing the chances I can't this after getting off to a slow start to the season and getting Malkin scored a goal and assisted another extending his point streak to eight games hitting eleven hundred points in his career Sidney Crosby scored a goal and assisted two more J. cancel and Evan Rodrigues also found the net as Pittsburgh's win streak is now at six games that griz looks scored for Boston which has now lost nine of its last thirteen contests Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Boston Celtics vs Houston Rockets Highlights

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

04:10 min | 4 months ago

Boston Celtics vs Houston Rockets Highlights

"Is a cakewalk. This is fun. This is get you get you right feeling about yourself sort of game kind of got the makings of start of one of those tough like this almost felt like that Toronto game right before the break wear like there's no earthly reason why they should wage. Close yet. It was Houston was making everything Celtics D wasn't great a lot of open threes and then literally just Houston just flipped the off switch and that way that was literally off during the second quarter sharrod there like yep work done. And that would be it Celtics run who was over. Yeah. I mean at some point they realized that wait a minute. Where the Houston Rockets right? Yeah, we're not that good. What the hell are we doing here? This is this is screwed up our chances to get a number one pick Let's just kill Pat and just play the way we can play off. I'll say this is what the Celtics I thought the one thing that they did that frustrated the hell out of me from the jump was the two bigs line of and then I'm not taking advantage of that either player wings and beat the crap out of these guys. They use those two bags and beat them to death around the rim and it over as a game progressed. They started training in that direction was great to see but but very outside I was really frustrated at this game because I knew he's multiple clear advantages and they were just like nah, we're just going to just come run around for a little bit and just let them get their shots off and then at some point before half-time we'll figure out where they do better team and play like it. Well, yeah, and so should I tell you I doubt you've you know, I don't know how many of these you've ever watched or gotten any whiff of anything we do, but if you don't stop me, I'm going to talk about Rob Williams for twenty five straight minutes log. It's just it's just what I do. So what was interesting tonight when they did go away from the two big lineup they went to a clearly a one big lineup and that rotation. I'm going to talk about Rob Ad nauseam in a dog cuz he had a near perfect game tonight. And again Houston was totally undermanned. But I don't know that you can do anything better than rub what Rob Williams did it tonight? But it was interesting that Tyce was the guy who was kind of thing on the outside here. There's some games that should happen. Yeah, I think if if you're going to go with the two big line of years is is just a real radical thought how about just plain to Biggs. I think one of the problems that Brad has he's trying to play all three of those guys every night and there's some nights we're ties I think should be out there and maybe less Rob and less trust and sometimes I've been more Tristan sometimes I think more bread has to figure out of those three which to do. I need to have their asses on a core more than not and tonight was a clear example where you have a team that is under man and under talented as a Houston Rockets go with the young fellow wage. You're running for and swipe anything within five feet of the rim, and he did that and it worked out exceptionally. Well, and again Rob Williams, we've always talked about the potential but what we're seeing now is consistency on top of the potential. That's why he's out there playing more and that's why if the Celtics are ever going to break through that top three upper echelon in the East Rob Williams going to be a big part of that. Well, what is interesting. This is the first one in Jimmy. I want your thoughts to this is the first game I came down. I got to go back where Rob had the most minutes now very well could be an asteroid makes a good point. I mean why why playoff games every game cuz we've seen Brad get away from it with at other positions like he goes games without playing semi, he goes games. Playing Nesmith Teague. I am not saying that theis is really like on that Teague level. Obviously, it's not they are talented players to the point where you want to try to get them in but there are games where you gotta ride the hot hand and it's been robbed lately and we need to see more and more and more and and obviously me and John have been banging that drum for What fields Month now but it's starting to see it like Rob's getting in the game more like you should but he's staying in for the reasons that we've seen tonight some of the passes he was making on guys cut into the rim or they're the tip like like that alley-oop to him. That was like a not a great pass like the touch that he has around the rim now the little turns a little floaters like that's why he's staying in the game. It's not just because he can go up a trip down boards and block shots. And I mean even some of the blocks and they were like controlled blocks when he was actually like blocking it and then grabbing it and you know, making the outlet pass

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As Texas’ mandate ends, some Dallas-area cities still require a mask

WBAP Morning News

02:53 min | 5 months ago

As Texas’ mandate ends, some Dallas-area cities still require a mask

"The the statewide statewide Govind Govind 19 19 restrictions restrictions are are fully fully rolled rolled back back as as taxes taxes begin begin to to navigate navigate the the new new normal normal of of life life without without statewide statewide restrictions restrictions amid amid the the ongoing ongoing covert 19 pandemic. Local leaders have taken it upon themselves to decide what's best for residents based on current coronavirus metrics. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson issued a mask mandate for city employees and for residents on city property days before Governor Greg Abbott lifted restrictions. Essentially an order of mine takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency. What was Mayor Betsy Price says The city's decision was similar to its North Texas neighbor. The city manager issued an order that city employees would wear masks and the people coming in. We would strongly recommend it, and that's in keeping with the governor's orders that we could. We just felt like it was a little premature to lift it. We wanted to get through spring break for the governor's order attacks. His businesses are also allowed to make their own decisions about whether or not they want to enforce the mask mandate. Prompting some to wonder about the potential spread of covert 19 Now that businesses can operate at full capacity, Mayor Price says the city consulted attorneys about the legalities of easing restrictions and covert 19 spread for its business sector. There's been a fair amount of work that it's a federal level and at the state level, own liability for businesses and for governmental entities, and we're being told there wouldn't be any most of the business owners prices spoken to have said they'll take a sensible approach to mask enforcement. Most of the businesses that I've talked to him for just being reasonable about it. They're saying we're gonna ask him to wear a mask and if they want, we're going to say you can come in any way somebody we're not gonna let people in the city of Dallas is forming an online database on North Texans can identify which businesses are requiring maths and which ones aren't Tristan Hallman is with Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's office making a judgment Either way. It's just a yes or no. Are you requiring it or not, it'll populated database in a map that's searchable. And you can find locations as well. So the public should be able Tomo to go in and look and see if the business is requiring a master. Not lightly Cove in 19 metrics have been trending downward in north Texas, and leaders want that promising trend to continue in for worth officials air Using a twist on the city's y'all were a mass campaign to do it called it a strong It's the same symbol with the cowboy with the mask, and it's got a listing of what businesses and what restaurants and things will require whether you need a mask or whether you don't need me. Yes, these north AC's and say with the arrival of more covert 19 vaccines, they're optimistic about the future but remain hesitant about the governor's decision to fully open right now. Yeah, Yeah, little little bit. bit. Some Some people people don't don't care. care. I I do do know know some some people people are are really really happy happy about about it. it. I'm I'm kind kind of of scared scared about about it, it, Nicolo Nicolo say say W W B B A A P news. We'll check out weather and traffic

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"tristan" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

06:46 min | 6 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on From Scratch

"It was a time when they're only twenty people at the company. Job interesting yeah So in order to get that job you know that starts to become like an access thing. So i said nor to get here. I'm going to have to figure out who's one degree separated from. These folks are reach out. Twenty different folks. The last person gentleman david horn keys. A partner at august capital but also a professor at stanford a reach out to him and asked him like. What would it take to get that internship. He asked me two questions he said number one. And do you have ideas for the company that sure. I do have ideas for everything in two or you willing work for free and i said yes. He's like all right. Give me a resume. Two days later. I got an email from folks over at twitter calling me for an interview and the following week on an internship. And now you got your your your first full time job at four squares also kind of interesting. How did that happen. The same way as twitter in so much is four squares really changing my life. it was. It was the only thing that would get me out of bed to go the gym more And there was something in that that was really interesting. Yeah so at four square You know we would Kind offer up these incentives to get folks to do things explore their cities a little bit more differently so we had this thing called the gym rat badge. If you check in out a gym more than ten times you unlock this badge. And i'd be four check ins away and i'd wake up on a rainy day and go to the gym. Just can get it around that time. I emailed the founders. I found their emails on the internet. Data in eighty emailed them eight times the eighth. I'm dennis replied back. He said verbatim what. I just may take you up on some of this. Are you ever new york dense I was in la at the time. And i remember looking at my wife and saying hey what should i do like this guy after eight emails finally got back to me a couple of minutes later i replied back said. Actually you know what i was planning on being new york tomorrow at booked my flight. That night flew out. The following day hung out with them for a week. And a month later i was renting business development for the company booked your flight specifically for him that he was so crazy. You can ask them to this day. I walked up. We were at thirty six cooper square. We are on the fifth floor. And i walked in and it was just denison the wien and harry. I lead engineer at the time and dennis turned around looked at me completely surprised because they didn't think i was gonna come and just like walked over to an empty seat. Sat down and got to work you. You mentioned flying back to new york and flying to palo alto Just before we started recording. You mentioned that you are on the red eye from san francisco this morning in that you are scared of flying fear in the world when i travel it sucks. Do you remember. I flight to all my i used to like flying a lot actually And it wasn't until actually got the business school that i started hating it and they're two flights in particular they're really completely changed and one was flying from new york at los angeles. And when you fly in you see buildings on each side as you approach and runway and once you see those buildings the plane looks like it's going faster and it just terrified me. And then the second time he goes my birthday in two thousand and nine. And i remember so vividly because it was the first time i bought myself. Noise cancelling headphones. It was beats by dre and my wife and our flying from l. a. to seattle and it was the first time i actually experienced airplane like dropping in the sky for a few seconds and i was so terrified listening to music on my noise cancelling headphones i let out the biggest scream. But i couldn't hear it because ahead and noise cancelling headphones and i grabbed my wife's leg so tight and she had like these marks on it and i was like oh i feel so bad but i really knew i messed up Because not only was she laughing at me. Everyone else on. The plane was laughing at me. But i was terrified and still to this day. Those two flights have complete kind of changed me and i traveled quite a bit. It's striking to me. The intensity of your fear even though doesn't keep you from flying because it seems like you're afraid of very little. No i mean it's well it's one thing that can't control and that scares me no end. I'm jessica harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is tristan. Walker founder of walker and company brands a company that makes products tailored to the unique needs of the black and latino population. What are some other ideas that you had that you were flirting with before. Starting this specific company Because you had a bunch of them. I spent nine months at recent our thinking about You know the most ambitious thing that i could build. i wanted to build a bank For underserved communities the unbagged under banked. I wanted to fix trucking. In the country in freight i thought about an idea to fix childhood obesity. Only to realize in those first seven months. I wasn't gonna be the best person in the world. Is all those problems and one advice that i would get a one bit of advice to get from Ben horowitz tristan. Like what is the thing that you fundamentally feel that you'd be the best person world to solve. Do remember like the day you were like. Oh i have an idea absolutely For about fourteen years prior to my starting bubble couldn't use razors and you know electric trimmers. Weren't that great for me. And i used to cream. What's that so like nair right. Like i didn't use narrate self but like it's the type of dilatory came you let it sit on your face for eight minutes you don't need a razor wipe it off in. Your hair's gone now just the thought about that. It's pretty crazy right. Like how's it even possible because a lot of those products contain hazardous harsh chemicals. That can burn your skin You know it smells terribly among other things and you know i had my last kind of purchase of those things and i just got incredibly frustrated and i started asking the question. Why hasn't this been solved for folks. And i remember speaking to an old retired consumer packaged goods executive. Ask him that same question. And he said something. A bit facetiously. Ac tristan gale lynda photos of black men hundred hundred fifty years ago. None of them had razor on their faces. And i thought i was like Let me look into this. I remember going to flicker and entering generic search terms like men and nineteen twenties harlem renaissance. I went through twelve hundred photos. I didn't not find one photo of elected about space and at that point i said wow. There's something going on here. Why is this the case. They all shaved their all cleanly even right but we can't use multi raises and they didn't exist back then. So what are the use. And that sent me down. This path. Really understanding You know developing away that everyone used to shave which is in our opinion. The best way to shake..

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"tristan" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Here today with tristan cutting cunningham as i pronounce it right. Yep that's correct arcade. I'm glad i didn't miss pronounce that that was. That was great. That named though sounds like a Figure live year moment in history back in the nineteen or eighteen hundreds and change the tides of everything. But no actually you are an actress. You also entertain while not this entertained but you inform people on social media. You have such a presence on tiktok late. I'll say that's how even found out about you. Was i started going on tiktok again. I started giving it another chance. Because when i first first opened the apple i saw was people doing random dance. The dances the songs or doing really stupid stumble stuff like set yourself on fire dance outside of a card although all that crazy things though i had no even tiktok but i realize tiktok as much more than that a the very start the first thing i saw in tiktok was to political sides on h. Other duets democrats and republicans laid throwing insults. Each other. and it was. I get why. Because i opened the app up in the week of the elections. So that's where. I would probably expect so much of this and then showed up with the video about texas. Going blue and allergy be honest that same week i was also working on. A charity called extradited raise money for local children's hospitals by doing fund. Sillier tatum men. So i was not as focused on the elections as a of people were and so when you put a bed. Texas going blue like a texas going blue and then i just put on a blues. I actually reacted to your video. I put on a sweater that i would never wear again. That's just sitting there for no reason. A very literal. Yes text us going blue. I'm from texas. And i'm brian blue on. Yeah well that video. That's really interesting. You bring that one up because there was obviously a lot of controversy because it didn't end up going blue so there is afterwards and it was funny. Because i you know we know what texas is. It's a red state. We all know that or it has been for many many years And it's not one that has flip-flopped recently. As as you know. I'm speaking to you you're there but I think when an article popped up and it said in was talking about texas potentially going blue and i decided that i just made that tiktok. Because it wasn't even you know it's not something that i thought would Within the realm but to think that that could possibly happen that there was that strong of a want for change with exciting to me. And then. Of course i got a lot of backlash see. It didn't but i responded to that in the way that like how exciting that it was even a conversation right like that. Converse bet that there was numerous articles about potentially happening was so exciting to me so allowed to like that. Video didn't age well or like shame on you like i didn't feel that my i'm proud of my excitement about the chance of going. So it's it's been a controversial tiktok for well that's the thing lady or you do tiktok videos about politics. You're going to get into that. That's just osama bin the door for Absolutely absolutely as you know. I mean there was a lot of you know if you jump into political tiktok. There's some bravery there because there was there was some strong feelings and people were not you know..

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"tristan" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:14 min | 8 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"The quality not quantity rejections. You want to see at least a tiny minority investors were. You don't have to get them to a yes but you should detect some fiction as they reason their way to anno- tristan has a keen ear for this quality in his conversations. He can pinpoint down to the powerpoint slide number the moments his audience stops paying attention at a slide in there. I think it was like slide. Fourteen where i talked about proactiv acne system as like a kind of a good analogy to what we're trying to do. You know the difference between kind of gillette and bevill as like. Neutrogena and proactive is a system. It's also very important issue. And the specie look me and i'll never forget this said tristan. I'm not sure issues related to raise them up. Shaving organization are as profound and big issue for people as acne at which point. I said you know. I kind of understand what you're saying but all you had to do is get on the phone with ten black men and eight of them said. This is a permanent thing. I have to deal with to get on the phone with ten white men and four of them would have said the same thing could have done it for women to you. Got the same ratios. So it wasn't that it was like a bad idea or not as important is just that that person was unwilling to acquire the context necessary to understand what we're working on. That's just laziness and at that point. I can't fix that. So i just gotta move on until i find somebody who understood it. Notice how quickly kristen's mind moves onto the next investor. When the quality questions drops he knows mid pitch that the conversations over the rest is noise. Those half-hearted questions. I like the elevator music of the pitch process. It's meant to pacify entrepreneurs in fact it at them. It also waste their time. Tristan will tell you he prefers a hard. No to a comforting. Maybe i mean silicon valley investors. We'll tell you all the time. We want to invest in people who can execute with some symbols of pedigree chasing a significant white space in a big opportunity for us. It was like check check. Check check ninety nine percent knows like how much is this right and you just like trying to say something that i wanna hear as opposed to telling the truth and i wish that silicon valley we tell the truth a little bit more tristen raises a really interesting question here. How much of this investor hemming and.

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"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

02:24 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

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"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:25 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

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"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:13 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I don't know how that interests anyone the just in case. Oh it's the slot machine head. Ding ding dang. Just on house dane. That was he is leaving. It's too hard. We have so many brilliant guests but his way. His brain works is astonishing. Donna shing yeah we should give him instead of cassia. We're always tempted to say someone smartest person we talked to. And that's just becoming inefficient. Say he's a freak. I know does that good. No like he's freakishly smart. People don't like to be called freaks. Oh they don't know what about freaks and geeks yet. That was a negative. Would you love to have been on freaks and geeks borers and be known forever. As one of the freaks org tristan would as well a freak on the dance floor. That's a big comic. Yeah or a freak cheese. Yeah everyone wants to be called the sheets. that's true. He's a freak between the ears. It's so great that he is devoted to this shit. 'cause yeah because he certainly walked away don't know his finances but my assumption is. He walked away from a pile of money being as smart z. As in that industry grade maybe still genius investor though always rich break investor. I always freak in the streets. I freak in the wall street's and hope he's a free in the wall street's in a geek in the sheets why i don't know because you got to change the word when you think a geek in the sheets is like i think meticulous about anatomy hawkers in your ding ding. Okay i'm going to start listening some facts now so i backed did. They have charles shulz. Ice skating rink in santa rosa. I don't know. I know for sure there was okay and was there at the museum research. I don't know where it was located. I'm gonna guess who is there. There's a museum dedicated to the works of charles. Schulz creator of the peanuts comicstrip opened in two thousand and two and is in santa. Rosa de museum is home to many of the original peanuts strips as well as other artwork by scholz to works by japanese artists. Whatever i mean. No no offense. A japanese artists. Just not relevant to charles schulz. I don't believe he was japanese in any way okay. There's a three. Whoa there's a three and a half ton. Wood sculpture depicting the evolution of snoopy all twenty two foot high ceramic mural made of three thousand five hundred eighty eight peanuts strips which combine to form the image of lucy. A wow. wow. That's from the japanese artists. I guess they are relevant now. Dang okay yes. Those are by japanese artists. Japanese are really good at art. I guess i'll many. Japanese people are good at art. That's not fair to say. Yeah yeah it's it's it's it's the same as saying they're all bad at something right so i can tell you what japanese bad at having blonde hair. Okay that's not good at having blonde. They're not good at producing blonde hair. That's right guy. Their hair blond still looks good. Good point that's a really good point. Counterpoint have another one. Oh japanese are really really bad. At being born in china historically i guess majority of them are probably not being born in china but some are good at being born in china. I know there's been plenty of japanese people china faulk. I know one the japanese or terrible at flying. And i don't mean in an airplane. I mean individually like a bird. Yes okay although someone's going to say there's a japanese person in a wing suit huck really hard..

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"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"We can't a what's going out. We can hear and then some shadows kind of like when you're looking to see people are looking at your hawkers. Which is shadow is what i see a normal life. Yeah that's the bummer. And i'm sick of that. I gotta say samsung great product really. I'm gonna miss my s. ten. So you are your state hanging on your around to foil injia. Currently i i do. I have my s. ten on the arm rest of the lazy boy and my New iphone i need to come up with a name for is in my growing well on my mind. Yeah i have a fear. okay. I have a fear on behalf of europe i packs. Okay i have a feeling. You're not gonna be spending any more time on that. I packs and you abandon your son in your place your son with a new baby and that baby cuter and smaller and more efficient and funnier. So i think it's gonna be sad. Well that's a very realistic concern to have for the packs. My son but i can tell you right now. I'm going to the dunes in a few days right. Yeah so what. I'll do is bring the packs in a lay in bed at night and i'll watch netflix in the motorhome on the paxi. So i'll still watch a lot of content or when i'm here in the attic in. You're not here you tv when i'm not here but you've watched tv with me and here before we watched direction action. That was a crucial time. We kept like a ticker tape. We just had that on the background. That's how my family has their life. They're literally their life. They have cnn or msnbc. On in the background of their life is makes them feel safe even though it should make them feel very scared because it just updates of calamity across the globe. And i come back. I am there for like two weeks. And i have never. It's the most informed. I am the whole year. Everything and you try to carry the but don't you find in. Don't they find like at times. When i tried to watch that. It's just the same thing for fourteen hours. That's what's mad me. It's like you have all these different hosts and programs but they talk about the exact same thing that is. I don't know how that interests anyone the just in case. Oh it's the slot machine head. Ding ding dang. Just on house dane. That was he is leaving. It's too hard. We have so many brilliant guests but his way his brain works as donna shing. Yeah we should give him instead of cassia. We're always tempted to say someone smartest person we talked to. And that's just becoming inefficient. Say he's a freak. I know does that good. No like he's freakishly smart. People don't like to be called freaks freaks and geeks yet that was a negative. Would you love to have been on freaks and geeks ors and be known forever. As one of the freaks org tristan would as well a freak on the dance floor. That's a big comic. Yeah or a freak cheese..

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"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:03 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"So i would imagine the girls are just as prone to probably lock in on them for sure even more so like if i could see a big bulge. Charlier ryan's bathing suit. I'm probably on it longer than any of the female definitely i can. I haven't. I'm not very observant. So maybe everyone's standing the greatest eyesight as we've discussed too. So maybe when you look you to see a blur can't really pinpoint where the is are. I don't really see is. Can you tell what. I'm staring at right now. is your kneecap. Oh yeah. i wouldn't have guessed that really. Yeah this is real having to close my eyes you look somewhere else. Can i open action my phone. Well here switz- kneecaps allow. I'm trying to keep this as clean as possible. Because if i'm staring at your elbow everyone knows your elbows. Roughly in on the same latitude boots so people will be like get real. You're gonna start her elbow cuoco. And so i'm really trying to be somewhere very safe. So your knee in this example. And i might go up. I got one shoulder. Yup boom this game quit now. I've had a big big development of virtually defected. It's like i have a new nationality. Now tell people. Oh god i hate to say this because i i was so proud of my resilience of switched to an iphone. Your have switched the club to the cult. It's definitely a call at a club. Okay the reason. I don't call it a cult is because it's the majority it's not like a faction it's like. Everyone has an iphone. I agree. I agree but there are militant members of the group that are almost in a cult like ryan ryan will tell you within sixty one days when the next products coming out. How and he's already got plans to get it but he already has the twelve. So does amy. Yeah like he was a meat. He's the first person to have it so he's kind of on the end of the spectrum. I'd say the group okay so primarily. I got it because my children lose the apple tv remotes. The just complained about this before but we have six of them and at any given time the whereabouts of one is now and it'll show up somewhere crazy like the laundry room. So now you've got gotta go around all six and see which one works with japan in so my only defense against that has been. I can pull my. I packs out in control the apple. Tv with my. I don't wanna fucking lug around. My ipad packs all the time when. I wanna watch telly. So i was thinking i just gotta have a remote in my pocket. That's really what drove this entire thing and receiving videos from you guys who are in the cult because so many so many times you guys make You got great videos and use you. Text them to kristen awry and we can't see shit. It's the lowest grade video you can imagine..

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"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Now i think you're saying that mark zuckerberg is a slave owner. We heard you loud and clear and that'll be the headline. Hopefully that accompanies this interview in the click bait model of the economy that they have created probably create off of this nuance interview. But i think that offers a blueprint for hey you know humanity. We've done this before. Yeah i'm a pessimist. And yet i also can recognize that every time we think we can't get off of horse and buggy production. The car comes along and then we can't get off of this we. We always find a way to stay busy and we always find a way to feed ourselves. And it's only gotten better and better despite all these hurdles now see. This is my last question. I just had a real juicy argument with my friend erick. Because i'm in favor of many of the videos. They've pulled off youtube and he coming for more of a right perspective is like well. Yes so basically. All of this forward movement what you would consider would be good generally just be liberal kind of progressive thought in that we would be really just mostly policing against cunanan all these things. That of course. I find repugnant. And so he has a point. There is an unavoidable point. That yes i probably think some videos should stay that he would disagree with and vice versa. There probably would be a liberal bent to all this wouldn't end. If i'm on the right. I might think well yeah. I'm going to leave it to tristan. Who i'm certain is gonna vote for biden so really all you guys are asking for is for us to let you on the left. Decide what we can all view is. They're nonpartisan argument for this or reassurance. You can give. yeah well. I think the challenges we're facing here on content moderation is a crisis of trust. So who do you trust to make decisions about what can and can't be broadcasted to millions of people. Do you trust mark zuckerberg the individual to do that..

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"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:31 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Hopefully that accompanies this interview in the click bait model of the economy that they have created probably create off of this nuance interview. But i think that offers a blueprint for hey you know humanity. We've done this before. Yeah i'm a pessimist. And yet i also can recognize that every time we think we can't get off of horse and buggy production. The car comes along and then we can't get off of this we. We always find a way to stay busy and we always find a way to feed ourselves. And it's only gotten better and better despite all these hurdles now see. This is my last question. I just had a real juicy argument with my friend erick. Because i'm in favor of many of the videos. They've pulled off youtube and he coming for more of a right perspective is like well. Yes so basically. All of this forward movement what you would consider would be good would generally just be liberal kind of progressive thought in that we would be really just mostly policing against cunanan all of these things. That of course. I find repugnant. And so he has a point. There is an unavoidable point. That yes i probably think some videos should stay that he would disagree with and vice versa. There probably would be a liberal bent to all this wouldn't end. If i'm on the right. I might think well yeah. I'm going to leave it to tristan. Who i'm certain is gonna vote for biden so really all you guys are asking for is for us to let you on the left. Decide what we can all view is. They're nonpartisan argument for this or reassurance. You can give yeah. I think the challenges we're facing here on content moderation is a crisis of trust. So who do you trust to make decisions about what can and can't be broadcast to millions of people. Do you trust mark zuckerberg the individual to do that. Do trust low. Paid content moderators in arizona. Paid minimum wage to do that do look at the psychological sweatshops. In the philippines that do content moderation to trust determine. What is actionable content to try to take down. We don't have clean answer to this problem. And that's kind of the frankenstein aspect. Is that when you have systems that are blasting off dangerous content rockets for scale. And as i said if you have the power of god's you have to have the wisdom love and prudence of guys you can't be. Zeus accidentally bumped your elbow in scorch half of earth. If you don't have a moral compass good guidance. So i think the problem is we've created the means by which dangerous viral intentionally malicious and kind of conspiracy influence campaigns can actually out.

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"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:10 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"So. i want to quickly. If i can in layman's terms. Just explain kind of what happened with youtube as i understand it which is in the rabbit hole. They get this great person who volunteered to be a part of this. And i will say in general when i hear about acuna person. I'm seeing them at the end of the line. Right are if they're a very all right now. White nationalist misogynous. I'm meeting them as that person. And it's hard for me to imagine that they might not have been that person five years ago and so this guy turns over his entire viewing history and you can just watch him be lead. You know a micron at a time. Further and further away from where he started and he starts as an environmental science major. He's probably you know centrist at worst or something and and just because the algorithm had figured out that it's not enough to give people what they want. You also have to give people something new and they know if you enjoy this thing. You'll enjoy this incremental shift over to the right now again this. I don't think was malicious or had a bad intention but the algorithm wants it takes off. It's just it gets so perfect at knowing exactly where to bring you to get you to spend more and more time in this guy kinda wakes up as a really far all right massage. Myst- extreme extremist who is sympathetic to white nationalist movements. Because they have a right to be proud of himself and he just wakes up. And who all my god who am i. Can i give you two more examples. Yeah it's important to remember. The clock realized that we're now more than ten years into this mask. Psychology experiment where three billion people's thoughts have been wired up to supercomputers that are steering what we all watch..

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"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

02:49 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Instagram and the success it's time spent and high time spent his correlated with teenage depression which it is obviously isolation end self-harm teen suicide there's some horrible metrics that have gone up with the increased use of especially sort of the the teenage apps. You're not going to be able to admit that that problem exists. You know there's a famous writer upton sinclair said. You can't get someone to question something that their salary depends on them. Not seeing and i think you talked about how in many cases these unforeseen consequences but then later on these were known consequences but were not dealt with. And i actually think this is why. The company's secretly kind of rely on outside pressure like the film. The social like sixty minutes like many of these really hardworking activists who i know who've been in the space for a long time the civil society orcs who are screaming at the top of the lungs. Look what's happening in myanmar. Look what's happening in the conspiracy theory correlation matrix in facebook groups. Look what's happening in youtube recommendations. It's these groups who are pushing from the outside who are driving. I think some of the most change at the same time. I want to say i know and we work with regularly at the center for humane technology many of the insiders who are leading the various keep products and and features inside these companies. And we find really good hearted people who are trying to do the best they can. Yeah but they have kind of created a frankenstein where once you've steered let's say fifty million people into cunanan or other fringe conspiracy theory groups. The damage has been done right. And we can get more into some of those aspects which i think are really the most existential. There's many different. Societal ills that are coming from technology but the real breakdown is our inability to have faith or trust in a shared information environment to believe the same things and to even interpret reality in the same way. It's because as you know with your brain once you have a hammer..

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"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:50 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I only live in the north bay. I had moved up to santa rosa which was a deceased family's home during the quarantine pandemic and then these fires three weeks ago just took everything so all my guy awful but it's also happening in the middle of win. This film has come out. And so the most important thing i can do for the world is just keep focusing on the film. So that's where my attention is going being the social dilemma. Yes okay gregory. I wanted to make sure that. I wasn't alone in the dark. About another film. We have seven films out right now. Oh my god. You're meeting studio many major. Santa rosa is charles scholtz country. Right does exactly right. Did any of that stuff burned down. Didn't even an ice rink had built and used to have christmas pageant and stuff. I think they did and i don't really remember everything. The airport is named after him. The charles shulz airport and there's cute little life-size figurines of the peanuts characters. If i recall right yeah yeah. All around center is in downtown. I think i have a picture of my then. Two year old hugging the snoopy statue. Yeah oh yeah. where did you grow up. Did you grow up in santa rosa. I grew provisionally san francisco. And when i was about eleven. My mother wanted to move up to santa rosa to fulfill her dream of writing horses and being near the state parks so when high school in santa rosa and then later backed down the bates his stanford for college to study computer science and what was happening career-wise for mom in san francisco or are you like second generation technology person know the opposite. Actually i was the only one in my family who really even touched a computer. And i was just you know. Obsessed as a child born in the year of the macintosh would be. I was born in nineteen eighty four. So i didn't see the macintosh ad but was really interesting to loop the story back around. Is that the co founder of our nonprofit center for humane. Technology is as raskin whose father jef raskin invented the macintosh project or started at least at apple. Oh yeah and my life has been largely defined by. I think the impact of you know the macintosh on my early childhood and yeah. That's kind of an interesting place to theoretically start which is prior to macintosh and again. I'm not super savvy about this. But i will say what used to be seemingly kind of utilitarian pursued of people who liked making simple programs on these early computers with mac comes in my opinion a culture or a movement it transcends that space a little bit was that your experience with it did it feel like more of an emotional connection to that thing it actually did. I didn't know any of the lower behind the macintosh. Who steve jobs was or andy hertzfeld. Bill atkinson is some of these characters who invented and put all of this culture and soul into this computer..

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"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"tristan" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome. Armchair expert experts on expert. I'm dick rather and i'm joined by princeton mouse. Gombe dick rather. That's a that's a rough name. I can't believe a made it this far with that name. I had overcome ed versity adversity. We have talked a bazillion times since we both saw the social dilemma. Which is on netflix. We really were infected by. And that of course became a gateway drug to doing rabbit hole the new york times podcast which we loved and so we had an opportunity to talk to tristan harris. Who was front and center in the social dilemma. And we think you will enjoy him. Immensely tristan is a computer. Scientists that spent three years as google designed ethicist developing a framework of how technology should ethically steer the thoughts and actions of billions of people from screens. He is now co founder and president of the center for humane technology whose mission is to reverse. Human downgrading and relying technology with humanity is really the head honcho on this topic. He is yeah. He's he is the What would we say. He guard these the vanguard. He really is used the first one out there really sounding an alarm and we all are in debt to this huge ethical moral compass so please enjoy tristan harris. We are supported by sleep. Number the mattress. I slept in last night. Got a beautiful night's sleep. My sleep number is eighty right now. Which means that. My body is healed up nicely and i sleep score i. Iq was ninety. Whoa i.

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"tristan" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"tristan" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Reached out to me his name is Tristan and unfortunately Tristen just discovered that his girlfriend cheated on him with another dude that so you want to get her back and I told him you know Tristan I really don't think the two of us hooking up would solve anything trust and unfortunately other king of thing didn't work so I had to do a phone tap honor and thankfully he was up for doing that to who you're here what happened in your phones up right now warnings on the twenty ninety two point five hello hi is this Emily yeah the changes that hi Emily my name is Casey Ryback and I'm calling you from breaking date I am not interested in anything you're trying to fall but thank you anyway I can promise you I'm not trying to sell you anything your boyfriend Tristan actually already purchased something from us so it looks like a flower delivery or something or no no flowers involved my company's name is break a date and for twenty nine dollars and ninety five cents if you want to break up with somebody you hire us and we'll call them and have the tough conversations so congratulations Emily you've been broken up with by breaking day what wait what I'm sorry what that's correct Tristen is officially breaking up with you because he doesn't trust you anymore you're being broken up with through break at eight yeah I'm I'm sure you wish it was but no Tristen is leaving you there is no way that the real well actually it is maybe this will convince you Kristin says that he knows about the do you kiss two weeks ago while you're out of the car and he says that he doesn't want to date a cheater anymore so he hired us white this invasion of my privacy who are you I need to know your name when you get my number okay I think we're losing focus here my name is Casey Ryback I got your number from Tristen your boyfriend because he hired me to break up with you because he knows he made out with another guy that really should be enough background information for you when you get a strictly you started a company to break up with people for money and that's what you do for a living if that is that what this is yes that is what we do here at break today to we do take payment but it really is sort of a public service because nobody likes having these kind of conversations and I am a break up professionals so you're a breakup of Pakistan but you decided you wanted to do with your life well I just I just sort of fell into it but anyway if you don't mind me giving you a piece of advice being unfaithful in a relationship usually leads to poor results so are you call me on my phone and give me advice and act like you know me you don't know me why hi conversation I should be having with my boyfriend not well let's go back and correct some thing let's put an ex in front of that boyfriend were okay I will say what I want to date you do not call me on my phone at home and tell me how to talk you do not tell me how to run my life you do not get involved in my business well I think then I'll shut up shut up with person kisses another person when they're in a relationship I don't know I guess that would be you you really you really happen well okay well I if I don't then how do I know that the guy's name is Chad well how do you know that do I really need to answer that question your boyfriend what ex boyfriend I made the same mistake Tristen obviously knows the person that you made out with so why are you still talking to me why are you still talking to me wire wrapping me why are you sharing personal information about me you're a stranger never met me you don't know anything well I think I do have to be illegal I don't know enough about you personally and frankly I wouldn't want to because I don't hang out with cheaters so okay you know what this is over with this is what I'm reading up on you right right now that's and that's what I've been trying to get at your relationship is done thank you for finally realizing it and also this is a prank phone call so thank you for realizing that to wait crank phone calls yes it is this is actually doable from broken jewel in the morning doing a phone tap on you and your ex boyfriend Tristan set you up I don't know yet I don't under I don't hear what's going on well it's a prank phone call but also all the information and it is correct and Tristen wanted me to call and break up with you in a phone tap I I'm sorry not a company but this is a radio station yes interest in listening to our show interest and found out that you cheated on M. interest and asked me to call and let you know that he doesn't want to be with you anymore you know what coach Greer South you tell them to call me right now well that's the thing he wanted me also tell you that he put some of your personal belongings on the front steps of this place and you change the locks so I don't think you want to talk to I don't care I'm not gonna talk to you you are nobody your lack the nobody that is true that's correct we agreeing with me okay okay so my boyfriend I want to talk with that's the thing you don't have a boyfriend anymore because he cheated on him oh my god I'm done every morning with you don't even you could just global fiber laser stories broken jewel.

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"tristan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tristan" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Tristan kicking tires and baby providing them with a quote or an estimate or some information i'm talking about the ability to really qualifier disqualify those opportunities it got to be able to have a system to put him to play to find out how your time is being best spend if you don't have that system if you can't identify step abc and be you might wanna stop and in kind of reassess and say exactly what is my system and does that need to be finetuned yeah i consider that type of than approached the pinball methodology to sales bounce around make a lot of noise that it's really hard to guess what skin a actually solve down into the bottom line um tier here's the second one that i think people really need to kind of selfassess on what is theirs skill level you must have skilled and what i mean by skill is you have to have the ability whether it's in eight or something you develop you have to have the ability to communicate you have to have the ability to get your point across you have to be able to use proper language you have to be able to ask meaningful questions you have to be able to listen not just in terms of what some one is saying to you but what does the intensive there were gene you've uh no doubt you've talked with with your clients about the need for asking more questions and the rule of three plus that's what we're talking about here do you have the skill to ask the right questions you have the skill to get your point across do you have the skill to listen firm meaning an intense that makes them practice as you know and i know that more often than that people just can't wait to for that opportunity to kind of show up and throw up when they have somebody that release claims they have an interest in what it is they're selling your home as so true so you need to have the ability to do that here's the third one that you really need to selfassess on do you believe in what you're doing you believe.

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