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After Union Fight, Jeff Bezos to Focus on Amazon Workers

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

After Union Fight, Jeff Bezos to Focus on Amazon Workers

"Now that he's the executive chairman of the company, he's going to focus on making Amazon a better place to work he made. The disclosure in his annual letter to shareholders today says he did not take comfort in the outcome of the recent union election in Alabama. Even the workers there rejected the union. It's time now for the Co Moh consumer tip. Sponsored by Tyco, or title,

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Inside The Russell Wilson-Seahawks Rift

The Lead

07:14 min | 4 months ago

Inside The Russell Wilson-Seahawks Rift

"Years russell. Wilson has been wanting to throw the ball more and at the start of this year. It finally happened russell. Wilson was not good in the first half of the twenty twenty season. He was excellent deep cap touchdown. Seattle you run down there and set in his answer. Any better than that was fourth in yards per attempt. Weeks one through nine i. In passing. touchdown percentage was second in passer rating. Wilson keeps as default talk. He was legit. The best player in the league madden gave him a ninety nine overall rating during the season because he was cooking notion as he throws an accident. Edi feeds defensive player of the years like russell. Lula's legitimately the best guy in football games of the season then week nine arrived and they had this game against the buffalo bills that you recently wrote about. Can you tell us what happened in that game. And afterwards what happened is russell had to cook in the kitchen. Just kind of just caught on. Fire his paycheck wine with a sack at a takeaway from russell wilson. I actually watched that game with a former cr defensive and cliff april and teased talking me through it. And he's like russ's off he's trying to do too much and i think turned it over like four times. He threw a pick on the goal. Line throws for the jordan with tyco. I think that really turned the tables for the whole team. After that loss where they gave up forty four points and turned it over a bazillion times and got embarrassed in buffalo. Well what i would tell you that. I don't recognize that game. We haven't seen the look like that and it's a game that i don't have any place in my brain for. He told us he didn't even have any space in his brain for that game. That's very important subjects right like the fact that he considered that not seahawks. Football was influential the rest of the year. Well the following week against the rams things. I guess only got worse. Wilson throws and the other one four darius williams second game. I know that there are better days ahead. I'll use a baseball now but sometimes you go up to the plate you know and you don't have your way today mike. You and our colleagues. Mike sando jason jank's wrote about a meeting. That happened shortly after that loss to the rams can you take us inside that meeting room and just explain what went down russia's meeting with the coaches normal game planning type of meeting and he has suggestions he is giving input usually does and his suggestions just weren't dismissed. There were dismissed in a way that russell didn't feel appreciate it. And i think that is really important. I'm sure they disagree in every meeting ever but in this particular instance rust belt that he was not being appreciated so rushed stormed out was basically this idea that. How dare anyone in this building. Be dismissive of my ideas. I am of the quarterback was almost like kevin durant warriors when he was like no way up. I'm kevin durant russell wilson and he rustled perceives him to be someone who has succeeded. In spite of what's been around him not because of running for his life making the pro bowl with battle lines perceive that to be like the story of his career. And you get to week eleven. And it's like do. Just chill out. We got this no. You don't don't get it. I got it and that forced him out the door. Russell in the second half of the season was which is not himself like he was twenty eighth in yards per attempt in his final eight games he was sixteenth. In a touchdown percentage nineteenth in passer rating. These are bad numbers. These are not just like below average twenty nine yards per attempt man that was lower than the cincinnati bengals. Even when the circumstances are bad around russell he's been good enough to elevate situation still played inefficient level and twenty twenty was the first time it was like. Wow he's not able to elevate the lack of talent or execution of preparation around him and it produced like some of the worst numbers of his career certainly produced the worst playoff game of his career against the rams in the wild round sitting meeting big. Who's going into other sack four sacks two takeaways the interception return for the touchdown and floyd now all right. Let's fast forward a few weeks to the super bowl. The seahawks have been knocked out by the rams in the wildcard round and russell. Wilson is at super bowl. Fifty five in tampa bay sitting with none other than commissioner. Roger goodell mike. Tell us what you found in your reporting about russell. Wilson's experience at the super bowl. You know it's really interesting. Because i tweeted during the super bowl. That antonio brown caught a touchdown from tom brady in front of russell. Wilson there is the pass for the touchdown. What drive a super bowl. Winning drive that brady's only done throughout his whole career. I kind of just said it like star cast the as a joke. Not really thinking about how russell fell and then as our reporting i was like okay so i i was right like he is really upset. And it's so many factors. There is the fact that tom brady is in. The super bowl is the fact tom. Brady's they're playing pine. A good line is the fact that tom brady is playing in a system. That gives him some atonomy like got to pick players gronk. Antonio brown is the fact that mahomes is there again laying for again in a system that like essentially like his talents. The last time also played in the super bowl loss of tom brady seven years later prime many years. Tom brady's back. I suppose in a soup. Kitchen fuming so during the superbowl. He's texting his quarterback coach. And just close. Friend jake heaps. He's a local radio guy. Here jake to set it on the radio. He's talking about how russ was missed during the game texting him. They'll look the he had was in reflective of the text messages. I was receiving russell wilson. Just ultimately the overall sentiment was that he was mad that he was not lying in this thing and then russell spoke to the shortly after the game show. What's up with our line. You see that. Winning requires a good line and the gist of peace response. As far as i was told is about faith. And just you know we got this. And that just wasn't good enough for us

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A Star Wars and Marvel bonanza

The 3:59

06:16 min | 6 months ago

A Star Wars and Marvel bonanza

"The price hike. It seemed inevitable. I mean it's still cheaper than netflix and considerably cheaper than hvl. Max i would say if people ask me whether or not get disney plus i tend to say like star wars and marvel. Do you have kids at which point. It's definitely word this the sheer volume of content. I'd say it's ok. Okay no for sure. I mean for me. I've got i've got kids. So disney plaza lock. I think anyone who's got a family. This is this is our ramaz. Get a among the many different streaming options that we have nowadays Let's get into the shows. I know star wars near and dear to your heart. So let's let's go there first. They announced or talked about ten shows. Let's let's break out. What are some of the new shows that you're excited for low because of out vehicle order Talk about soka. I dawson brought the character life in live action for the first time in season. Two of the mandalorian and that that's a lot like a backdoor pilot for this show. It's just like suggested that she had her own adventures. going on. this was not a surprise. It is a delight though. It is an interesting we. I think we talked about this earlier. The you know the fact that not to get too deep spoiler as they chee. She was offered a role to mentor. Baby yoda no. You really need to go somewhere else. They felt like definitely had that back door pilot vibe to because like i'm sorry i'm off to other adventures. I've got my own thing. Got to deal with and allow that did seem like a setup for its own show. I'm actually late my own. Tv show salena catch trade this game and it gave a pretty clear idea of what she was up to not to get into splutters between between that and the rebels finale. From a few years ago we have a good idea what her objectives are for this show. Yeah we don't wanna get too deep into spoilers. Maybe we'll we'll devote a whole episode of that later on this year to speculate on what what that might be both water. Somebody other shows that that were announced. It was the next big one we knew this was coming for a long time but they talked about a little with last night and give us a sense that or confirmed that it was filming next march And that christian hated christiansen was returning as dark later. Very very exciting news. That one definitely took me by surprise. tactic territory hidden christmas activator. That's that's interesting. As opposed to advocate skywalker. Which would suggest that he appeared in flashbacks as anikin. But saying he's vader would suggest maybe that he'll appear in four seasons or something that is unclear. It's definitely it's intriguing. Another property was with a character. That's near to many star. Wars fans hearts landau gets his own show yet. These were ten on the ground because we don't know if it's going to be live action or a cgi animated series. I feel like donald glover should be involved. Because he was so well received solo so fingers crossed that he will be returning and then there are a long list of other ones kind of run through them really quickly because we unfortunately only have so much time on this podcast okay so there was the ropes quadrant movie directed by patty jenkins of wonder woman fang which is really exciting. That's super cool. That'd be a fighter pilots. There's the bat batch which will be a follow up to the clone wars at those cartridge orig- use there. There's adore which is about caffeine door from roquan. There's tyco tgi movie which we still don't know what that's about our coop concert raiders of the republic. Which is set around the time. Line of the mandalorian and could be about current june because she became a marshal of the new republic but again that remains unclear star wars visions which is automated shorts from abbey craters. That's really cool quite different the acolytes which obviously is that almost excited with the malls because that is set in the era of the high republic which is two hundred years before the phantom menace. And it's like about some sort of a dark site warrior and it could reveal stuff about the Era some different cool. So those a lot. I know being a super star wars fan. I want to get your opinion on this. Is this too much star wars. It certainly was too much reward announcement. I think parceled out over several years. It should be okay especially since the movies will be quite so frequent. Like i remember when it was only like six months between the last year and solo that felt overwhelming with tv. It's a little different as so you can kind of watch out. I'm at home in a more relaxed environment. it's a lot of star wars. There's no escaping that. Yeah yeah yeah i mean. Brian made a good point before we start recording that you know a lot of these might be one off shows ryden. Obi wan will probably be a one-off sled that that kind of makes sense that they'd wanna have this pipeline but it was a lot to digest all in really what was about thirty minutes a thirty minute presentation just for the star wars section. They're just kept pumping out one announcement after another rapid fire a lot but also i think that's partly a function of the fact that they're no conventions this year star wars celebration was

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"tyco" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

04:22 min | 7 months ago

"tyco" Discussed on Launch Left

"You're gonna love this you gotta get it. It's so much fun in it's like a rabbit hole before you're like. Oh my god him in. It's awesome it's like a crash course. It's great when you have something do a project you're working on you now. You're like well hot. Damn i gotta learn this right now. No one's around the help you know i gotta just do it And like distracting things like that. That's an interesting No that wouldn't have happened without this situation. Yeah that's assume Pressure and free jobs have time to do. Things just wouldn't silver lining. That's that's what's great about artists and the creative no matter what the situation is in the world like we always need to create a that pulls us out of you know and i believe everyone is creative of sorts but the what those artists that are really every day in that you all and really working in the creative to sort of like deal with your anxiety and angst and all of that. This is kind of like. I feel like maybe we're at the crest of the renaissance. What we're gonna come out of this dark time is going to be so much else is said the when we and i was like living would yeah. Yeah that is going to be a renaissance of sized bounce. It and then as it's gone on and more voices start thinking. Yeah this renaissance against attendants or a huge backup. Everyone's gonna be backs up white in for this law outmuscle and have their recklessly like subsidy. Traffic jam an ample no way. You'll slow to tyco. That's okay you know. Having tons and tons of new wonderful things in the world will help us help bar this great depression that were in an s. Come out you know rather too much than not enough beautiful things in the world you know. That's just such a great way to in the episode. I wanna thank you both so much for your inspiration and your art and your new record. Whoo thanks for being on lunch left..

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Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase Appears Out Of Nowhere

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:21 min | 10 months ago

Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase Appears Out Of Nowhere

"There was a Nintendo direct mini partners showcase this morning surprise one once again, just came out of nowhere. Nothing of too much consequence announced, but we're going to go through it. anyways there's a write up from Adam bankers over it. I here keenum hearts melody of memory got a release date of November thirteen, twenty twenty. This is the rhythm game based on the Kingdom hearts franchise. There will be an online and look player local multiplayer options a free for all mode that's exclusive to the switch and support for up to eight player local play. I'd also features a brand new chapter in the kingdom part story. So get excited for that. I'm sure it's GonNa make total sense. A Little News. On Fuser they showed off collaborative multiplayer and revealed some new songs harmonic showed off collaborative multiplayer and its upcoming Fuser and revealed three more songs coming into the game ghost and stuff by dead mouse dance monkey from tones I and blinding lights by the weekend I don't go since stuff but dance monkey is a certified slap and blinding lights I. I. Literally can listen to that Song on repeat for like twelve hours and still be. The same level of hyped. TYCO Tatsu gene rhythmic adventure pack brings together both tyco not Susan rhythmic adventure one and adventure to these games will allow players to take part in it in two time traveling RPG adventures with Don as they try to save the world from strange incidents.

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"tyco" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"tyco" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Many Big Crowds But I you know in some ways I think it's kind of made me reflect about up being thankful and grateful what I have It's I'm really happy that I'm merely got married in the last year so I have family here with me. I am kind of shopping this out together and you know I. I can't complain knowing you know. All I have to do is go to a website talking about a hospital that has many cases of people or laid off seeking unemployment insurance You know looking at all. I have very little to complain about to myself. Although of course just like everyone else. I do want normal life to come back because I enjoy being outside being among people Having a lot more employment opportunities out there the economy's thinking so valley right now but overall over on wwl similarly able to take advantage of distractions in the midst of all of this. Yes so one thing. I can't do as my apartment building. Actually closed their gem. It's a communal space in. They want people gathering there So I haven't attended a switch. There's a game called fitness boxing. And we like to. We like to use that for exercise. It's fine now that we have video games that have motion controls and things like that so you can exercise. That's doing that. We're watching what we do in the shadows Which is very very funny Comedy show that actually is based off a movie biotechnology and I find it extremely funny and I would recommend that any listeners. Who are who are just into a into watching kind of escape his show. That's just kind of a funny mockumentary about vampires. It's streamlined. Who I've seen that. That is hilarious. Yeah I really liked TYCO. Tyco Akitas the guy who Heading is a producer on this but he he directed I think the film that is based off of It's super like immoral like if you if this was a real situation. I'd be like horrified by it but it's very funny and I guess that Kinda like irreverent comedy that it's Kinda like escapes the normal bounds of what's considered robber I it's like the one place my mind can go where I'm like. I can put put the I kind of moral rules in this. Be like okay. I find all very amusing even though it's all wrong 'cause they are vampires and vampire do really bad things it's Witty. It's very witty. And and the characters are very You know they're very well acted and well expressed and think you know like I said you can kind of turn your compuserve and turn the world off and.

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13 tech tips for how to work at home

Talking Tech

04:27 min | 1 year ago

13 tech tips for how to work at home

"On nights and weekends turbo tax. All people are tax people in the wake of the corona virus. Many companies are asking their employees to now work at home which is a great thing. I've been working at home for a long time. I love it and if you're new to the experience I've got thirteen tips that you're gonna WanNa think about. I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. We begin with a good Internet connection. Because of course you'll get nowhere if you can't get online so be sure to work near the router if he can or if you need extra boost splurge on a mesh system. Like Amazon's Eero Google's nest WIFI which help evenly distribute the Wi fi signal and make it stronger in the home. There's also the hot spot and hotspot can work for you. The only problem is there's a finite amount of data that you can usually get from your wireless company. I two hundred gigs. A month that lasts about a day number two a dedicated space place that all yours and has your name on it. I like privacy. You may not be able to get privacy in your home but just a good spot with a comfortable chair that you can sit in for eight hours a day number three. Put a post it note on the door during a caller meeting. Leave a note for Fedex on the Front Door. So you're not running to go answer the door and let people know that you work at home and that you're actually working and not on a break. Let's talk about meetings? Many office workers like to do meetings. And they WANNA see your face and communicate with you. That's never been easier. Thanks to a multitude of free meeting programs. You'll need a Webcam if your computer doesn't have a built in one or use your smartphone camera now what programs to use you could do facetime skype. Facebook Messenger Google hangouts and many of them will let you bring in other uses. Well Zoom is the go-to program for companies and it's also free for individuals but meetings Max out at forty minutes number six pro instant messaging tools again you can use messenger. What's up apples? I messages to keep in touch and real time and help. Tame the ever-growing email inbox many companies prefer dedicated networks designed for business. If your company doesn't have one two of the best ones started free. Microsoft teams and slack number seven headphones. If you're going to be taking the meeting you WanNa be hands-free a good pair of ear. Buds will go a long way many people. Swear by Apple's air pods or the new airports pro- those are two hundred fifty dollars. A cheaper alternative is Amazon's Echo Buds. Which sell for one hundred? Twenty nine dollars number eight. Calendars share. What you're doing with co workers with a share calendar best free option is Google calendar number. Nine security be on your toes. Do not click any malicious links as always think before you click number ten little things a cellphone holder will hold your phone up while it's being charged and you can speak into it hands-free a power strip will help tremendously as a place to plug in the laptop phone and headphone charger in more. I recently picked up a twelve outlet. Belkin power strips surge protector for twenty two dollars and I don't have to hunt for available outlets anymore number eleven a second screen. You can expand your laptop into a much wider point of view my USA Today Collie Kelly tyco swears by it. She likes the ACIS. Mb One six eight. Be a fifteen inch monitor. Looks like a standalone IPAD. She's got her publishing software on one side in Microsoft teams on the other. It's quite the show number. Twelve free phone calls how to do International. Maybe you're going to have to make an international call and you won't have the office phone system to do so skype will let you do skype skype calls for free. What if you need to dial a phone number skype charges? Five dollars and fifty cents for two hundred twenty minutes of time which is a lot of time. The Japanese APP line. Will you make international calls for free if you watch an ad? I and we're GONNA and number thirteen most importantly the willpower not to wash the dishes. Go to the bathroom and eat all day long instead of working

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"The Peanut Butter Falcon" Cinematographer: Nigel Bluck.

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"The Peanut Butter Falcon" Cinematographer: Nigel Bluck.

"Welcome cinematographer Nigel Block. Nigel how are you today? Thank you very much so great to have you on. Nigel and I have to say New Zealand has been putting itself on the map a lot lately. Tyco RTD. With Joe Joe Rabbit phenomenal movie Tons of others you. A lot of success in New Zealand is true. We look. I mean you can send them. I mean headed his heyday in the civilian nineties. Expose with what we what was going to the cinema of unease great movies banking then and hasn't been a lot since then but it's still a very select kind of universe down there and and united something people talk about law in strive to be So yeah among crowds in your community and I think title what Katie said the same thing at the Oscars. I have to say though. Your Dad loves since cinema. Your Dad loves film. As you're growing up clearly has a love of all things. You know acting films cinema. That had the rub off on you. Talk about his love of the cinema in movies and how that might have impacted your love of movies and got to where you got you to where you are. Today he was a he mental Talks about a lot which I see but you know you eat a lot of film. Generals around discussion was the thing. We'd always father was very interesting. She against you as a Sanath Tinder. Coaching and a lot of discussion with him and exposure to things. That will come. Unusual film. Specially like a two lane blacktop. Very early on the picture and it still remains to be one of my favorite movies on but yeah I remember funnily the early days of cinema discovered with day so I have to ask you just as we hear terms all the time. Those of us on the outside not familiar with the industry. Is there a difference between a DP director of photography and the cinematographer the same thing or are they different in any way? There's more is a more European called fries. Photography dirctor photography's squealing. Hollywood comb Tune and you have this really interesting beginning where you're enrolled in school. You're old in film school and you know you reach a point mentally in your life where you say you know what I can kind of and I think this is how it unfolded where chief my goals without having to get a degree from school without having to get this degree so you ended up leaving. Just talk a little bit about a clarity Klein from the school though pretty much like you gotta listen. You WanNa be a cinema Taga. We can't teach you a cinematography specific stream. It was much more of a A Meta film school. That was more about Criticism and you know it was associated with hoping to find out school so they simply didn't have the tools to teach me technique. I needed to learn so it was an agreement between both of us and they are answered. The time was like listen. You need to discard join the industry which which is was then served me the only way forward to become listen in New Zealand at the time. Nigel was that a tough. Call for you to say you know what I could do this without degree. I don't need school to get where I WANNA be. No it wasn't. It was frustrated a little bit with the school at the time. And I've been there for a couple years and it seemed like exciting to go during the real world and I wouldn't have load magazines so it was. It was time the time it was fine and I have no regrets looking back. You know. It's I'm not dissing foam. Schools folk schools are incredibly places. In fact I went to the Australian After that film school because it was specific to cinematography but I think the schools are the ticket you get out of it agree or whatever. It doesn't really mean much. It's the experience of a narrative thinking film living breathing film being rounded making mistakes. That's welcome schools. And I have to believe Nigel. Things like the report you had with your father and his love of cinema and how that kind of transcended to you I have to believe that also had an impact on where you are today. It was always fung love of movies rather than a love whole photography. More importantly announce a combination of two and. I don't know if he's still with us or not. Niger but did your dad grow to see how successful you became your accomplishments. Everything you've achieved in life. Yeah Almond data. Solar added love a actually went back in time this year. For Christmas there was a screening of peanut butter Falcon at the little village that we live in a house in New Zealand. So early lovely time to bring it back and share. The local people in impact audience and everyone was very excited. So yeah it's it's it's it's it's lovely to Ivan they're on. I'm proud to Sharm suffering growth. Get to make stuff. Your Dad's love a film aside. Nigel the fact that you know. His son has become so successful and achieved so much. I mean that has to add so much to his already standing love for movies and cinema etc humour is yet years he loves and I'm very proud to be able to share. My sister's also direct a by left sharing that with him so clearly in your life. You've you've made tons of sacrifices commitments. You know dealing with hardships really kind of putting yourself out there whether it's dropping out of film school or sacrifices being away from family for long periods of time that I'll certainly has to add up. Nigel is there a way to handle deal with manage those sacrifices so it doesn't really weigh on people in the long run? Weigh on you when loved ones in your life too. I think are more privileged than a sacrifice whenever I have the privileged to work on something that I'm passionate about. That is that is amazing. I'm the sacrifices don't so much that the difficulty with the lifestyle to be honest this is making choices and putting yourself in a place where you can afford to make choices. And sometimes that's easy sometimes. It's not as easy especially now. I have a family. It's it's tougher. Detained things down but that is the for me. Is the secret to to to to being a full stock and can believe in work is that you have your -tunities to do the things we want to inhibit. You have saved US off. Open away that you had the opportunity to turn things you don't want to do down because Biz nothing worse than doing things you don't you don't passionate about. I've always had the privilege of doing this passionate place it's never been like. Oh I'm GONNA work now. You're so it's it's Anita feels like I'm GonNa Work of a day. It's it's just it's what I wanted to choice maiden and I think that's a healthy thing which making films is not high is not easy and needs to be able to wake up every morning inside Anyone do this Les Han Solo to do the best job possible. And that's why even went around to expes so this whole there is literally. I really love your comments on passion. Nigel because I see that all the time in the podcasting world or people trying to be something. They're not. Is there a movie or an actor that did it for you? We talked about Your Dad's passion. Was there that type of movie actor for you. It's a law of movies in a lot of people but the standout from as well as tune. Blacktop been tablets Correctly Y on. It was something about seeing that movie that time when I was about thirteen It was it was. It was a simple phone. It was elegant foam. The story was very simple. Skase but enough and those meditation to it just didn't feel like a regular American film. It felt like an Italian film. Which should sort of course MONTIEL's making this Spaghetti Westerns? And this is at that time and yet there's something about the simplicity clarity the study of and the the space in that avoid been really attracted to. I'm I'm very attracted to these stalls. Foams are and nets. That's really what I want to make thumbs with spice in time that have a major elements Humanity people on. And that's that's one of those. You Know Nigel as I look at. Your filmography Lord of the Rings True Detective. Two different seasons The unbelievably awesome The peanut butter Falcon. But when is the moment that comes for Nigel where you were you realize you know what I've made it at? Maybe after completing a certain. Was there a certain project you completed where you know the realization comes to you know what? I'm pretty good at this. I I could do this for a living. I mean the first film. I shot which was very young. I did Stick Mamie plays was at once the most difficult thing most hiring for the done but it was the most rewarding in wonderful in that was just feeling that existed in every day and challenged Wasn't right feeling and Amid repeated since I think that's just the first Things new every tax for hangers new in its unconquerable Today the more who make the issue of easier gets my vote. But that's some garment profoundly me and I kinda missed exhaustion. Sometimes when it comes back after a tough day will solve metallocenes. What then I I do. Welcome and embrace

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'Parasite' winning best picture would make movies richer

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:58 min | 1 year ago

'Parasite' winning best picture would make movies richer

"So the nine best picture nominees are of Ford. Vive Ferrari affordably. Ferrari is Christian Bale and Matt Damon in the story of Ford trying to build a car to beat Ferrari in the lemond race The Irishman when is the Martin Scorsese Film. which is on Netflix? That you might have heard. It's three hours long. Gioja Rabbit is TYCO I. T's story about a World War Two to that is the one with the where he plays a an imaginary Hitler. If you've heard a joker of course Joaquin Phoenix as the comic book character. Sort of little women which is little women you know Little Women Louisa May alcott and book adapted by Greta. GERWIG marriage story which is Noah Baumbach. Big divorce film with Adam driver and also Scarlett Johansson nineteen seventeen which is about two young men in World War One cent. On a very dangerous mission started by Sam Mendez once upon a time in Hollywood Hollywood. Is Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio in Quentin Tarantino's story about the Hollywood of the very late nineteen sixties and parasite which is Bongino Jin. Ho's Really Fascinating story about two families who come together in a very unexpected way Glenn Gimme a quick will win. Should win on best picture. I'd be happiest with parasite movie that just gets better and better. The more you think about it I'd be okay with little women or once upon a time like movies I'd be a little disappointed if it was Ford versus Ferrari for reasons you can hear more about in the full episode and if it is the joker I'll scream into a pillow Because I kinda hated that movie the oddsmakers have nineteen seventeen winning which is surprising to me. Because I like that movie but the best picture of the year really. It's Oscars sensitive from war movie and it's kind of a traditional Hollywood movie in some ways but then at the same time. It has the kind of showy element of having the you know. Made to look like one shot. I I will just go next and say I would pick parasite and you know. I'm going to stick with will win parasite because the last time. I had a tingling feeling that it was going to being upset. It was moonlight backed off at the last minute. So did the telecom. I robbed myself of an opportunity to look smarter than I am. So I'm going to say will win. Parasites should win parasite. I'm okay with nineteen seventeen. I think there is some lovely filmmaking there. I admire fire the accomplishment of it Bob. What do you think will win and should win? I think one thousand nine hundred will win because it's just everything seems to be driving that way it didn't start out that way. What's interesting sting is at the front runners? Initially were supposed to be Once upon a time in Hollywood and the two from from net flicks Irish marriage. I'm sorry Mayor Story and those have kind of disappeared from the conversation. I think it's safe to say none of those have a real strong shot anymore. I would love to see parasite win. Yeah Stephen Anything. I'm in somewhat of the same boat. I would be thrilled of parasite one I would be thrilled if a little women one. I love that movie so so much. I went on record in our resolutions and predictions show. I predicted addicted. That once upon a time in Hollywood was going to win best picture. It seemed like everything was coming together for The Oscars love movies about the magic of movie. Making it is is a movie about old Hollywood. You know who else is old Hollywood. Everyone who votes for the and so I felt so much like and also Quentin Tarantino. Not No he is an Oscars favourite but he typically get's nudged over two screenplay and then doesn't win best picture best director so I really felt like he had an enormous amount of momentum going going in but I agree that nine hundred seventeen seems to have kind of swooped in and picked it up and I. I really liked that movie a lot. I admire that movie a lot. I would be perfectly content content and satisfied to have it win best picture but this time next year it will take me thirty to forty five seconds to remember what won best picture unless it's parasite unless it's it's parasites will be talking about it for decades. Well I think I wrote about this a little bit if you subscribe to our newsletter which is at NPR dot org slash pop culture newsletter. I wrote about this last week but I do think there's a chance that will be parasite partly because the opening up of the best picture category. which originally was talked about as a way to bring? In kind of popular blockbusters that are also of quality. Got A lot of talk about the dark knight and things like that but it's actually done is bring in more smaller films and foreign right language films so eventually it's GonNa Happen. That one of them is GonNa win. Might as well be this one. I think it might be this year. 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Is It Alt Season?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Is It Alt Season?

"Course when we say Bitcoin TYCO fleet. We often say the also go lower BITCOIN does demand Will often command to begin or fast. Move it just sucks up a lot of that money. That's coming in now of course when big twenty's going song and slowly pulling back like it has forbid Waco sign now we do see the have have the opportunity to run and of course this has been cooled all season For Years Gone Bar you. He didn't get one in two thousand and nine two dozen nights and got a couple of bits and pieces two thousand seventeen. It went absolutely jazz crackers. But yeah it's It's really been interesting watching. This occurred because what what we used to say. We built the theory. I should say would be the bitcoin would take off and then people would than bitcoin into the ultimate ultimate tyke often we'd have this sort of swinging pendulum taught of effect back and forth back and forth now suggesting that's going to maintain its consistency going into L.. Through two thousand twenty at all. That's not my appoint not trying to make boy. Lam Sing is that this certainly is This certainly is I suppose. Some soclean the When bitcoins going as I've said for many many times in the past when Bitcoin guys saw tried the else will we saying that right now and I'm just GonNa have a quick look at the right now Against Bitcoin on the bond. Let's listen I mean there is a lot. That's over ten percent. You know he got I. On fourteen percent I end and ten would much bigger moves in that as well by the white F. Some raising trading shots being playing a little bit funny and not giving me everything. Elf Elf is up thirty percent. You know we've we've got. I think it was ice. Is that it was up. You know. Full episodes as the two hundred percent sent last couple of weeks. So there's certainly have been some very very big moves at in the markets now on not letting that affect the way that Ray democracy or the way that our tried tried on focusing on whiting good opportunities in the try those opportunities as a matter of fact on our sheets are the video yesterday at two members because you know there there was a cry a lot in the four out that that I did a video on it and I said I'm I'm not taking it. I decided at the time given the what was was in front of me that I was happy to leave. It of course took off the videos. Read your message around. Don't let those things affect your next decision. It's like Kinda have strides takeoff without you. It's carefully markets and they run without you being it's it's part of life so anyway A little bit going on out there mostly in the also bitcoin currently at nine thousand one hundred eighty. One it's in that daily cradles rotten. I'd love to say have a little bullish candle office. I nine thousand. That would be unreal on probably would look to well. Depends if I got convergence there on the daily or not but I would be very interested to see what went on there. We've got one hundred dollars and seventy eight cents. There are on a theory which down half percent and sorry. I should say that Bitcoin is down. I percents K down one point one percent never the theory. We've good that resistance assistance. One Ninety four thirty five in that region. It is coming up and I. I'm not looking for any long tries until I get through. That's buffet with resistance since fast-approaching it's not interesting for me to be getting in prior to resistance and that is exactly why I've left the tower cradle goat bought except they had a pretty good day. Talk over the top ten up three point seven percent. It's sitting at twenty six cents on the Schnauzer and a little pullback maybe on a four hour for cradle tried their ladies in watchlist. bitcoin cash has been caught for a few days. Now creeping along solid waste consolidating. It's a sitting three hundred eighty dollars. Sixty cents down one percent. The estate has been saw for good couple of weeks since his big move to the outside sitting at three point one one percent down at two hundred seventy two dollars flat lot coin one is one of interest to me on a daily time against the patrol. US dollars sixty seven dollars and seventy six cents. It's down two point six percent today on the out. Sorry it's actually the point seven five percent. Footballs and twenty three cents. Not a great deal going on bit of Crab Wilga Barnett's eighteen dollars and fourteen cents down one point. Full five percent sent another sideways market cow. Donna authors very strong move in the last few will the loss Wilson of the Israeli is a five point six cents down one point five six percent very solid wise. Is there a theory. 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Behind the Hong Kong protests

Correspondents Report

08:39 min | 2 years ago

Behind the Hong Kong protests

"Well, you will have seen the scenes over the past two weeks. Hong Kong has been the scene of anger and violence and tragedy at a record breaking display of defiance to the communist party rule is in China at its peak almost two million people marched in Hong Kong to demand. The scrapping of legislation that would allow almost anyone to be extradited to face trial in China. The China correspondent Bill Birtles looks back in a moment of courage, and of history. It's Sunday morning, June sixteenth. And I'm feeling pretty pessimistic about the story deigned sent to Cava sitting over our usual, Hong Kong breakfast of Tyco, coffees at the hotel. I'm going through planning messages from ABC headquarters with my colleagues, Nick doll and Craig Berkman it saying back in Sydney. Everyone thought Hong Kong was about to go off again. Just dies before hundreds of riot. Police moved in on mainly young protestors at a demonstration outside the city's legislative assembly. Hong Kong's no stranger to protests. This was the first time place at five rubber bullets and tear gas to break one up. What was there that afternoon, aging bureau cameramen rain's coming? We had brought the mosques goggles and hot, hats, dissipating the worst with duct back to our nearby hotel to file story, when would kind the demonstrators at tried to storm the government building. And the police are moving in. Upon rising back to the same the smell of pepper spray was in the air. It was the first time on failed lingering burn on the skin. The atmosphere was tense. Lisa classroom protesters at the gates of the government building. Now the cops were moving in formation taking back about ten minutes at a time. Protesters would have back and forth skirmishes with the police hoisting umbrellas as a defense of the spray and throwing water bottles, we ran amongst it close enough to get the Schultz we needed, but far enough. We thought not to get in harm's way. But then they started firing tear gas. Panic erupted as hundreds, perhaps agent, thousands of students bolted as the cannisters came towards them. No matter where you were or wafted tear gas was unavoidable. And it went on like this for hours by not send police had succeeded in clearing the protesters and opening the roads. But the source of the anger remained Hong Kong's, chief executive carry lamb was trying to rush through an extradition, Bill. She said it would allow the transfer of suspects jurisdictions where Hong Kong doesn't have an agreement that included my land, China many people in Hong Kong are really worried about the increasing range of China's government into the former British colony. And this Bill was seen as a huge threat back when the Brits handed Hong Kong to China in nineteen Ninety-seven. They did so under a deal Hong Kong would become a part of China, but could keep it separate and much more liberal laws for fifty years now by djing would be able to request. The extradition of people in Hong Kong to face Chinese courts on the mainland. The chief executive Carrie Lam said they would be safeguards and political activists would not be targeted, but very few people believed her. She insisted that the Bill must be voted on within a week in a local parliament, that's rigged, by China's government to ensure a permanent pro-beijing majority. Ms lamb stance combined with the police actions, compounded the anger the death of a protester who scaled a building and fell during a rescue attempt further added to the mood. But in the subsequent days protest movements seems to evaporate, Christian groups continue to turn up and sing. But it looked like the mass protests were either the demonstrators said they would regroup on Sunday. But it seemed to be really poorly organized then on Saturday, Carrie Lam front of the cameras and announced, she would indefinitely delay. The extradition, Bill people power had at least temporarily one. This was a major back down and it was intended to take the fuel out of the issue right before that next protests Shiduan for Sunday. So it's Sunday morning and I'm sitting there in the hotel with Nick and Craig both of whom had been flown from Australia to cover. What looked like a big developing story and the urgency around. It seemed to have just been taken away the streets of Hong Kong looked really normal trams running down the mine thoroughfare markets bustling. I was starting to doubt with a Sunday's progress would amount to much at all the network. Back home was relying on us with multiple. Quests for live crosses, and packages as we drank out, coffees we wondered if we'd end up reporting on a small gathering of just a few thousand protesters, it's really worrying to a correspondent when the expectations for story back home, same out of step with the feeling on the ground. But that afternoon as we headed on foot towards Victoria Park. It was clear that the crowds would building address, code of black bean suggested to symbolize the darkness that the extradition, Bill would supposedly bring to Hong Kong, and when the March leaders reached out vantage point in the wind shy district at about three o'clock. It was clear, the protest was huge a constant stream of people young old students families all wearing black kept flowing towards us. They would changing resign and no to the extradition, Bill as I said, up amongst it for live crosses into the seven pm usable listens. A coal wind up nearby. Police to open Jason roads to the protest brutal. The volume of people was to lodge hours later, I skipped through the crowd to get to a high of adage point at my hotel. The scene was just extrordinary hundreds of thous-. Thousands of people absolutely packing a major road all chanting all cheering all moving and still they kept coming hour after hour. It went on now that adjacent roads also had people marching, if me and little doubt that at least a million people were out organizes legs and said it was to lay said it was about three hundred forty thousand to the naked eye. I would say the organizers with closer. The protest went light into the eighth inning of the demonstrators peacefully dispersed. It was I repeat of the clashes Nick Craig, it on my, we're all staggered at the site of so many people in one place, roughly wanting five Hong Kong as had come out onto the streets in the subsequent dies. Caroll-ann profusely apologized for her handling of the extradition Bill process and promised, she would never try to introduce the legislation. Again, if such. Yeah. And concern continued to exist. She was after all appointed by China's government. So it completely withdrawing, it would be a great embarrassment to buy, djing, and that was as close as the protesters got to a complete victory as a correspondent, based in Beijing. I can't help feel the political culture of the two cities couldn't be any more different to see all these young people, so freely pushing back against an authoritarian government and speaking on camera in a way that would be unheard of, in Beijing it really struck me in the twenty two years. Since the hand IVA China has really filed win the hearts and minds of Hong Kong. China's president Xi Jinping has forced new laws on the CD to Gile people who disrespect China's national flag, and the national anthem through Hong Kong's government. He's also tried to push through intrusive, national security laws, but there was pushback on those two almost halfway through the fifty years of one. Entry to systems. He's clearly not going to stop the push to gain greater control of Hong Kong and bring it into line with the rest of China. The protesters this city note, they relish, having the freedom to speak, even if the odds seem stacked against them. So with many fights ahead of them in the years to come. They've shown this time that they won't easily back down. Fascinating time in history, China. Correspondent Bill Birtles reflecting on those amazing scenes in Hong Kong last week.

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"tyco" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on KCRW

"A new compilation from Tyco called ninja works can be dropping in about a few days on December fourteenth brand new and this is called jetty brandy from Tyco FOX worn which is Andy shop and company everything apart is a brand full length colder FOX Warren, the new project from Andy Schaaf, Cold War kids audience of one who will be live at the masonic lodge Hollywood forever on Thursday, December thirteen this will all blow over entire from the Cold War. Kids Elborolossy has new music featuring chronics contradiction. That's from unbreakable of Rosie meets the Wailers United in embar- lucid Mimi is a candy is from the forthcoming dreaming lucid EP not coming out to March second. But big up to Anthony valid as for injuries to that artist. She's absolutely fantastic. And looking to hear more from her in the next year. Speaking of Anthony, valid as he's coming up at two o'clock. We've shifted the schedules here for Saturday afternoons, yours, truly compos noon to two Anthony valid as to the four and live returns to a new tying slot. Four to six Saturdays on KC are w. Got to give away to do in moments. Ellie moth story, slam Busby's east hosting with the theme. This time around instinct. Stories features true tales from everyday people with each and every time so giveaway coming up in moments right here on KCRW. KCRW.

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"tyco" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"Say Tyco studios brand new studio. So these guys entered choice worth is and several other partners left. Disney studios. Just like you guys did. And they've now started their own animated opening and just like you guys. They start out with ashore as the calling card, which I think is really great since there. Yes. And so how does that feel that you guys are being now and influence at his rations to other people do the same? I think it's awesome that Tyco studios in life that people can make that connection. But. It's all like it's not like, oh, we did. We had other. But you know, it's not like something. Cared. All just right for us. And I think. We look at them. Certain things they did that were they did. Yeah. Yeah. Go back with certain things. Really smart. Onset of the nation. There's all rush called shape. It's run by the chef waters now swatters while for basically being a mother minute is she's not this one kitchen in a lot of the big restaurants up there in finding next shape. These is kitchen either worth their at some as she also started. She's out of the start of these education artists. Yeah. Where goals vocal schools all of that in building community of like African grids to rush targets for the error. Orders at me look at her as a model artists artists going out and doing what's right for them. That's huge because that helps helps to. Hill the community bills Teco students get higher them. Freelancers and things like that. Worth shrinks. Both each other. That's where more hours. Than or she's like body injury have experienced studios. We understand with risk is. Talk point. It's your family rely because. And on top of that telling stories there, you are experiencing. Studios inspires visited us just studios. Enterprise. You know, when you have shared as res your like, it's really hard. Experience. Yeah. Person breaks? I'm thinking about going back. Eight so going along those lines is kind of exciting timely kind of relates back to our listeners in the DC assess over movement in the small studio he's independent offs. Based raced people that have left these interested. Yes. This may be the way of the future because the streaming companies are just reading all the time right now, it's really sit a podcast about this. And with this company golden age of new ways to get your content out there on your phone and things like that is small suit of more than ever before. Now, you haven't been in all yet or anything like that two point two. But it does sound like this goes along with by your studio, which is the diversity of the projects. We're gonna featured film started a short graphic. You don't mind. What media is that to -bility of what medium accused just whatever's best at that moment for that things is part of that small studio tally. Also that's gonna make the Ovallis for great TV series. Overnight came will partner with this is over here. And we can put it together all are too. Seen that already out there. Why isn't happening the US? Do you think this is beginning of that? I hope so I think that over time independent studios. The voice that with maybe. Grid. Now. You're eating giant films. But his major studio. Dollar for, you know, you're you're the strappy little group that is linked to, you know, get on the street. His nothing really the Bill right now studios like ourselves like Tyco. Studios can start to build that gap in the middle. Because I think that void rumor stories told, and I think they have audiences out there. They're just not as big as some of Vicks Vic's. doing I hope over that actually. Streaming. But actually these studios are able to self distribute there. Beijing. You know, it's like it's we have to appeal. Rick the audience out there a lot of. It's a little bit to be not to quite as apple apple does. I've months blotch owns cures started. Those people apple. And because of the core concepts there felt like Kurt shit. Different. That's how we like to think about it touts that over time.

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"tyco" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Do you run? Tyco here you end up with the with the brassieres. But there are lots of Christian this Christian that knights of the white camelia. And there was a group called America first Inc. Which was incorporated in nineteen thirty four and it was run by an anti Semite who called for grom in America in nineteen thirty six were speaking. Now a matter of days after the shootings in Pittsburgh. More Levin two were killed in synagogue at Bris. So we have this guy in the name of America. First in nineteen thirty six calling for American grom saying that he was shooting soap because it resembled Jewish flush. And that was how was practicing Marie really nasty stuff. And this is all part of the again, the national conversation. He was in time magazine he was in. They thought he was kind of a joke, which of course, time magazine was hugely influential in the thirties. And so by the time Limburg comes along you have a conversation in which America first has been associated with fascism over and over and over again. And then you have the America first committee, which is now the most famous iteration and the most familiar version of America first and too many commentators in store. Today say that America first began in that moment, and what I'm trying to show. My book is very much not the case. And that that prehistory matters to for us to really understand what was happening in that. Lindbergh doesn't come out of nowhere. The America first committee at its height had almost eight hundred thousand members by no means all of whom were Nazi appeasers. There were socialists. There were conscientious objectors pacifists. So it was very much a wide umbrella was a coalition of many competing interests of people different reasons for the United States to stay out of the European conflict. But certainly some of those people were fascist some of them were Nazi appeasers. They wanted to stay out of the war because they thought it was fine. If Germany one infected preferred for Germany to win and Limburg began broadcasting he gave his radio broadcast before he officially signed on with America first. But it's kind of all of a piece, but in nineteen thirty nine he started giving these radio broadcasts that were normally influential in which he said over and over again that America should stay out of the European conflict. Because it was not a question of. And I quote the white race banding together. To keep out Asia attic intruders. This was not a case. He said a fighting back again, just Connor reserve sees if it were the case he said that America should come to defend the white races against such Asia. Attic warriors. But because it was merely a fight among our family. He said of white races. Then it should just be left to them to fight it out. In other words, as long as some white race was in charge Limburg didn't care which one and it was fine. If it was the Germans as long as it was white people. It's explicitly eugenicist. He's practically verbatim quoting the Genesis writers of the early teens like Madison grant Stoddard who made exactly that argument that Asian and the Middle Eastern races, quote unquote were coming into wipe out the whites and the whites had to assert supremacy and their merit to rule their right to rule and limburg's America. I was very much bound up again in these older ideas about what surpremacy eugenicist and white nationalism says Andrew said the big difference with Trump is that he won. The great novel by broth against America. Which speculates what would have happened if Lindbergh had one in nineteen forty but how close do you have a sense, Andrew? So how close did this come to power American fascism in the thirties? Well, Sarah will know better than I do. She's much closer to the material..

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What is Light?

Brains On!

03:00 min | 3 years ago

What is Light?

"Light is a form of energy, and it's an unusual form of energy light can be considered an electromagnetic wave oscillating electric and magnetic fields, but it's not a wave. The way other waves are like waterways on the ocean. Front are like shore. Those waves can't exist without the water, whereas. Light doesn't need anything in order to propagate. If it's a wave physicists used to ask, what is it that's waving and thing that's waving our electric magnetic fields, which don't actually require anything to exist, which is a good thing for us because the light coming from the sun has to pass through the vacuum about her space. And if it needed some medium in order to propagate, we would be all in the dark here. Wondering why doesn't someone turn on the lights.

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How do GPS Satellites Work?

Brains On!

03:00 min | 3 years ago

How do GPS Satellites Work?

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"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

"Yeah i just need to find out how territorial tyco is birds in my house just cover off pretty disney you're pleading joe okay now frosty this is a new friend well that's a really good sign right rush speak sign of aggression lorne macaws strong bonds with their owners don't you i'm sure tyco's fell down and just just sure your bird is a fit you can tell him it's not just the alpha behavior the trouble is he's lost his flank so he's acting very aggressive and to bond again retrain him subtle it's okay for us thanks for having me but frosty is delicate and won't be able to deal with the male this aggressive fewer minutes because they think fit at this time advice to you would be to make taiko feel safe also give him a mango okay q that's too bad i'm sorry is it really what happened on that road trip are you okay i wish you hadn't told me what why wouldn't you wanna know what actually happened i'm trying to hold onto the good parts now k he got hit by a car he's dead to leah what more do you want we stopped talking to him after that bad christmas i talked to him when when mom was with him the day before they induced coma talked we promise to not deal with him until he cleaned up and took accountability never did shut up i had to call him we made a promise on goal rich was dying jewels.

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"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

"If it makes you feel better there necas and even sad she's probably relieved at this point and she's finally getting estimates on redoing that kitchen rich was a self pitying semi shut in krung royal sweater who lived off personal fumes of glory in the seventies you so angry because i'm rates and because it's not okay and you should be angry you should be very angry and everyone is telling me oh you're crazy angry julia again it's like no one remembers how things actually were i do i remember the plane t like when ridge batas that polly pocket plays you do that when you were twelve oh what about you gene who's eugene oregon the road trip remember that when we went and we stopped at that diner twice where elvis chicken yeah and we hit that car what are you talking about how we could only get out of your side of the backseat yeah that was because your dorm was roped shed that crown vic was beata we were drunk he was already drinking we got an accident no he didn't maybe did your asleep in the back and you're seven years old i i made promise to never tell anyone and that he wouldn't do it again in kept up perfect third guy hi you must be frontier oh come on i'm julia this is my sister vanessa minnesota this site tight or you the bag it's my cage i brought frosty very day so glad you have a parrot that's great blue fronted amazon.

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"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

"Learn more about how simplisafe can help you protect your home simplisafe dot com slash at simplisafe dot com slash troop now back to the matter of tyco he pick apparently he lived in a household where they drank law k's active yes are you laughing see my name in front of him culet to yet to yes to yet he here that would can you interest stop engaging it's seeing random things it's apparent critics cars coming up for sure you want to sell tyco giving them away maybe you in tyco we'll be house i'm sure about what ridge warm i don't really care what uncle rich wanted we haven't talked in a decade that he will do it to you for reason we're trying to guilt me into keeping it i'm just saying just say you've twist things gills i just don't understand why you have to make everything so negative our my making this negative this whole situation is straight up negative salad if you want i'm here to help i wanted to make sure that you didn't get murdered by some burden tuesay's griffin okay i appreciate that but you know what it's easy for you to say this stuff because you get to be the nice one because things are simple for you always and i get like paperwork and this thing i wanted to help he was to own as he wasn't really an uncle pierre acting like rich tried but he kinda put it out on life he was selfish and destructive and he hurt everyone around him and that's really sad.

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"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

"McCaw. It's the size of a toddler. Beautiful bird really majestic. Albro. Reached Skains realtor, please leave me a callback number and a message, and I will get back to you as I'm able have a lovely day. Here that got your guest. I am overwhelmed by your generosity. What selfless act and shipping up the bird before he even picked up a cheese plate for the wake on also, I didn't know you were actual aunt, not that I'm gonna call you because met you as an adult. Have a lovely day. After satisfied with the message, press one to listen to your message. Press two, two races, rerecord, press three. Messaging rates. You are so close to central park, right. Okay. Okay. Mathematics. Hi, Julia. Hi Pat. How are you? Good. I'm good. Great. So I just wanna let you know you're doing great. Keeping the music down by lately. There's been a lot of yelling appear and. Is that a macaw? Yes, that's a loud choice for a pet thing is, is that my uncle just died. Okay. I'm, I'm sorry. We were really close and music is really my only coping mechanisms. So losing that this bird has really become an emotional support animal in a lot of ways. Here that it's the sound of my mental wellness McCaw. Okay. So you know, I'm psychologist and just from a professional neighbor caused a bad choice for an emotional support animal. My Saikal just says I would recommend is. I really appreciate you being respectful of my mourning process at this time. It's so personal, you know, and I'm sure you encounter that in your practice. So good one, Pat five. So bad news. It appears you're Tyco Tyco as knights might just you'll need to apply the topical cream. I'm prescribing three times a day, and how does one apply topical cream to a bird? Be careful birds, not like to touch. Help you? Hi. Yeah, I'm looking to sell this. The justic parrot see thing is we don't really do that at city. We only do like new pets cities only slightly used. I've owned in for like a few days and he's basically brand new. Who's rich. I'm sorry, the wild bird foundation only takes in wild birds. You'd have to have founded in a park or maybe I should clarify. I found this bird in the park about five minutes ago actually. You've found it in a cage. Even the wild bird foundation won't take him. What did they apparently use it wild enough? I don't know. So unreasonable. That's. Now my last hope is a guy from Craigslist guy from Craig's list. Yeah, he's coming for. He has to meet Tyco vers coming over. Wait, I'm sorry. You're going to be alone with. It's just for five minutes. It'll be. He's sounded nice is email like not crooked. They always do. Okay. I've coming over. The matter of Tyco will continue to moment. But first this episode of the truth. Is brought to you by simply safe home security dun-rite. And I'm really excited to tell you about simply safe because this is home security that you actually want. It's been really thoughtfully designed with sensors that are incredibly small, so you can cover your home with protection and never notice. Most importantly, simply safe is reliable and good at doing its main job. Keeping your home safe comprehensive protection for all your windows and doors there take, oh, all off. It's Bill with all kinds of really intelligent backups for if you lose Power internet and it's also reasonably priced. There are no contracts which I really like, and other people really like it too seen it. The wire cutter PC MAG all named at their top pick for home security, and there are already two million people using it to stay safe. Learn more about how SimpliSafe can help you protect your home. SimpliSafe dot com. Slash at

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"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

"Help you hi yeah i'm looking to sell this the justic parrot see thing is we don't really do that at city we only do like new pets cities only slightly used i've owned in for like a few days and he's basically brand new who's rich i'm sorry the wild bird foundation only takes in wild birds you'd have to have founded in a park or maybe i should clarify i found this bird in the park about five minutes ago actually you've found it in a cage even the wild bird foundation won't take him what did they apparently use it wild enough i don't know so unreasonable that's now my last hope is a guy from craigslist guy from craig's list yeah he's coming for he has to meet tyco vers coming over wait i'm sorry you're going to be alone with it's just for five minutes it'll be he's sounded nice is email like not crooked they always do okay i've coming over the matter of tyco will continue to moment but first this episode of the truth is brought to you by simply safe home security dunrite and i'm really excited to tell you about simply safe because this is home security that you actually want it's been really thoughtfully designed with sensors that are incredibly small so you can cover your home with protection and never notice most importantly simply safe is reliable and good at doing its main job keeping your home safe comprehensive protection for all your windows and doors there take oh all off it's bill with all kinds of really intelligent backups for if you lose power internet and it's also reasonably priced there are no contracts which i really like and other people really like it too seen it the wire cutter pc mag all named at their top pick for home security and there are already two million people using it to stay safe.

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"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on The Truth

"Now back to the matter of tyco i'm getting an exotic bird a scarlet macaw to be precise you on it nasa deals he wanted you to have tyco coal riches deceased so a want it nope building has a no pets policy that's funny because my life has a no birds from a strange even some reason i have no idea that's a google he's a lawyer not a bird scientists ness okay it's called in ornithologist joel's wait my mother hasn't even begun clearing the house yet how is tyco even here he clue fix this morning she shipped at one matter i just wanna know days ago special cargo i know at what she fedex the bird before rich died credit rich was in a coma angelus a super deep depor how old is the bird taegu's birth certificate get those is ten these birds they live to like seventy cannot confirm or deny i'm not a bird scientists as you said do i have to take it legally you must leave with this bird what happens after it's up to you do know there are extensive laws and regulations regarding exotic pet state to stay says can't eat raisins so i'm gonna do some research can i take the cover off by all means it's your mccaw it's the size of a toddler beautiful bird really majestic albro reached skains realtor please leave me a callback number and a message and i will get back to you as i'm able have a lovely day.

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"tyco" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Why did it take two to three years it took two to three years because you're trying to change a business that had only operated with a certain business model of in its entire existence which terms of the morgan private bank might as you might as well as one hundred fifty years right so it takes time to do that and remember you're also by the time you're in two thousand and two thousand three you're spending a lot of time cleaning up the wreckage from enron adelphia tyco global crossing there's a lot of postmortems going on because a lot of the investment models that asset managers and private banks were using that are heavily based on value got caught in some of these value traps and warrant that all accounting for quality of management board oversight and all sorts of other thing and fraud so what you're tied to the other two so there was a simultaneous reckoning of how should our stock selection process incorporate and try to elevate the importance of some of these corporate governance issues so there are a lot of things that we're trying to be fixed at the same time and it was if you're member yet a forty percent collapse in the equity market it hadn't happened since the great depression and the nbr couldn't even really figure out if there was a recession two thousand one they went back and forth so it was very very odd time because we were all picking up the pieces of an equity collapse that was really for the most part unrelated to the performance of the us economy it had everything to do with risktaking not even so much leverage it was just ridiculous taking and valuations i remember when j p morgan was a smaller firm before the merger with chasing bank one there would be md meetings each year and i think it was nineteen ninety nine it was either ninety nine or two thousand but early two thousand rights before the bloom came off the rose.

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"tyco" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The paul parent god's loves we're hoping that the weather pat is gonna change news weather forecasters towers same breakfast tyco is gone and that we should no longer be getting nor'easters we don't need that we want rain we watched some sunshine the temperatures to warm up so that we can get back in the yard and get ready for the springtime and we're got to change your weather so that the birds that are migrating from the south to the north will be able to get ready to prepare their nests in their homes and to continue the life cycle and joining us this morning is our bird lady cnn from wild delight bird food and we're going to talk about what we should be doing at this time of the year to feed the birds in to encourage them to make our yard their home the and good morning morning paul how are you today i'm terrific the snow has stopped seeing like this gracious when i heard news at that fourth nor'easter coming i was ready to just run the down the road screaming it's been a crazy winter i think we've had more snow in march then we did the whole winter this year absolately we broke all sorts of records with four nor'easters in one month and it was they were actually talking about a possible fifth one right yeah are changing now how should we change or should we change the type of food that we're going to give the birds because they're gonna get ready for mating and making eggs and know taking care of the little the little birds that hatch is there a seed that wild alike makes a seed mixture there will help with making the shells of the eggs stronger so they don't break and to help produce food from the from the mother that that will help the.

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John Dowd resigns from Trump's personal legal team

Rush Limbaugh

02:14 min | 3 years ago

John Dowd resigns from Trump's personal legal team

"And sixty one degrees in centennial a key member of the president's legal team is stepping down trump's lead attorney for the ongoing russia investigation has resigned john dowd tells abc news in a statement quote i love the president and wish him well it was just last weekend when dowd sparked controversy when he issued a statement saying he hoped the justice department would end the special counsels russia probe he said he was speaking for himself but another attorney on the president's team tyco later issued a statement saying the president wasn't considering or discussing firing robert muller karen travers abc news though the white house to house has passed a one point three trillion dollar spending bill that keeps the lights on in washington past friday the bill now goes to the senate the white house says the president will sign it this jury bill that spending bill doesn't include protections for colorado's recreational marijuana industry senators michael bennett and cory gardner and congressman jared polis in ed pearl butter wanted a provision in the bill that would have stopped the us justice department for cracking down on recreational pot in states that have legalized it but that provision didn't make it into the bill jerry bell koa newsradio he called china a friend at a signing ceremony but president trump move forward with tariffs on imports from china the president says he's moving to even the score with china the white house says every one billion dollars in trade deficit costs a us six thousand jobs the tariffs he announced the signing ceremony affects imports ranging from clothes and shoes to let tron ix we have a trade deficit depending on the way you calculate of five hundred and four billion dollars a senior administration official says the tariffs are valued at fifty billion dollars in we'll target thirteen hundred products the treasury department will release a full list of products tariffs within fifteen days in washington rachel sutherland fox news on wall street stocks are down on news of the trade tariffs against china and fear of retaliation with the dow off two hundred seventy one points right now the s and p five hundred is losing twenty seven points and the nasdaq the techheavy market is now down seventy five points our next news update is at twelve thirty i'm susan witkin koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm i'm tom shane lots of jewelers are doing.

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"tyco" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Special counsel the you don't always want to appoint these special counsels that's the worst way to go but because the corruptions in the fbi at the top obviously they can investigate that's part of the justice department so in this case you this is where you do need an independent counsel because you can't expect the fbi to investigate themselves so that's what's going to happen hey i'll give jodi jennifer credit out of all the special counsels we've ever had he was on the clintons bill and hillary forget what it was they did he was the special counsel investigating he's one of the few maybe the only special counsel ever who at the end said we're not gonna charge them because what they did was really stupid it was really unethical but i don't see it as a crime we're not gonna charge them i think that's the same thing i'm going to say about trump eventually l a washington lawyers like tyco trump always does this member he's been litigating all his life he's an expert on legal battles you do a good cop bad.

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"tyco" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Yes sir and wall i feel like in terms of knowing the film opens essentially west throw the dark world ends which is at the end of that film e see tho leaving ask god and then you see on the throne is not odin that's actually been low this whole timing odin has disappeared some way far often with low key on the famous guide he's not been doing such a great job and that leaves the whole place very vulnerable to a new threat let's just say maybe the goddess of death hella played by cape line jackie who is to so fabulous as always and she has these incredible and la headdress thing going on and she sort of magically takes a often puts the on in every time sheep to like puts it on she rubs hands down her hair and it just magically appears and every time she did it i had a smooth tingle go through my body just quite incredible and i think what is very noticeable because i rewards the teeth or films before seeing this is that though rag narok is incredibly different from there is a very much belongs to the poorest guardians of the galaxy marvel universe where now the studio they're getting a little bit more confident they feel like they can have a little bit more fun with their films and so here comes the hiring of tyco itt which i feel like people will probably know him from what we did in the shadows hunt for the will of the people heels say did boy ego vesey shock all incredible films wage you should see if you haven't seen them yet presently recommend them.

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"tyco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Or three years and see all this this this normalization process of the fed's policy through tyco the editor of the us economy here it it it didn't look like they normally look in the third year of expansion everything in good shape we have a financial balance also growth of earning her doing better china that you're bitter it fortysix forty company or buddy yes good good i know a lot of people are wondering whether or not this is close to the end of something or middle innings and definitely saying linen so i i suppose wolves will be with me cheered by that will with allen sinai decision economics markets next this is been in any kevin gallagher is a graduate of njit new jersey institute of technology he rose to become president of global specialty chemicals company generating five hundred million dollars a year before retiring he put sustainability at the center of the company's farseeing business strategy the whole issue sustainability is an important one for institutions like njit you because in many ways it represents one of the next technological frontiers we've developed so much of the 20th century and into the twentyfirst century in terms of innovation and technology it's really only been in the last 20 or 30 years that we've gunther worry about well how did those technological solutions continues through multiple generations where we were use up resources less quickly as you are too graduates are growthsensitive.

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"tyco" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

Jenna & Julien Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"tyco" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

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