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"usaa" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Bring in show music, please. Hi, I'm CNBC producer Katie Kramer. Today, on squawk pod. The ESG debate brewing in Washington. One of the senators who led a push against The White House's rules for investing with the environment and communities in mind. Senator Mike Braun answers our questions about politics and power. If you've got a donor is trying to shove me one way, they're going to make any difference anyway. Apple and AI, the changes your smartphone is making that you may not know about, with Joanna stern of The Wall Street Journal. Those vaccine very fresh about it rightfully. So are that they had no idea this was now turned on by default. And that really seems to be the issue here. Plus, the markets wait and see, rising crypto regulation and remote workers get ready to hear about a change in plans. If I was hired for one thing and then told it was another thing. That would be a thing. It's Friday, March 3rd. Right now. Stan Becky bye in three, two, one, two, three. Good morning, everybody. Welcome to squawk box here on CNBC. We're live from the NASDAQ market site in Times Square. I'm Becky quick along with Joe kernan and Andrew Ross Sorkin and Andrew, welcome back. Thank you. Good to see you. Nice to see you. I'm gonna miss you for you. For 24 hours. Where were you? I was disclosed location secret location in a bunk in a bunker somewhere. Bunker. There was a hole in there. There's a whole heart. In your heart. Healing. Empty seat. So I can empty seat. It's like, you remember when Clint Eastwood had, there was like the empty seat. Yeah, how'd that go? Not too good. Lucky for the markets, we don't have the jobs report today, because I guess that's why this week is kind of been okay. Yeah, we had nothing, get ready for next week, though. We got the job report on Friday and the week after that, we got PPI, CPI, and all those great alphabet inflation. XYZ. The PCE treasury yields, we never put up the 6 months of the one year. I mean, you can get 5% if you just park it somewhere, but on the 5 year you're now over four, obviously two year, almost 5, in the ten year, as you can see over 4%, the market, I guess, that 4000 on the S&P with a 4% ten year, once again, doesn't seem to be exactly in sync. And we don't know how that finally that finally plays out. Maybe we get a better idea. Hope springs eternal that will start seeing some signs that the feds hikes are starting to bite a little bit. And maybe we either and that they'll stop. If they're not going to 7. I even think. You didn't say not 6, though. Four at 5 and a half each certainly can't say we're not going to 6. If you assume 5 and a half is a possibility, although it's been so hard to go from three and a half to four. I mean, it's been like agonizing. But it depends on the labor market still hanging in there. I don't think so. I don't think the ten year goes to 500. I just in my heart don't think it goes to 5 and a half. Although 5 and a half, my whole life, we would have killed for 5 and a half. Right. We never thought it would get that low in the old days. How do crypto regulation that is a word we've been using a lot of crypto regulation? A new report from NBC News saying that Republican lawmakers now sparring with the SEC over how to oversee digital assets representative Patrick mchenry and senator Cynthia Loomis also sent a letter to the SEC yesterday raising concerns about an accounting bulletin that effectively orders crypto platforms to include customers, crypto assets in their risk assessments. The lawmakers say the accounting rule effectively requires banks credit unions and other financial institutions to place digital assets on their balance sheets, which would trigger a massive capital charge. They say that would have the effect of preventing well regulated entities from engaging in digital asset custody, I don't understand. I would think that you would want to value the digital assets and want them to count if you were going to have risk against them. I mean, the idea that you were supposed to pretend that there's no risk, it's like, anyway, it doesn't make any sense to me. There was some risk overnight. Bitcoin down a lot, yeah. Here it is. 5%. I don't know, is that a lot? It seems like a lot. How high was it before it's 22 three now? 22 years. Remember it was 24, trying to get above 25. So it was 24 chains and then it kind of for a week, 23.5. And now 22.5. But if we looked at a weekly part, you got a week, let's look at a week because it's just flatlining. Wow. Like if you're in a plane and that happens here. You sit up and take a concern. Hit the ceiling of the plane and get back in your seat. That happened. It's scary. I don't know. No, no, no, no. It just happened to some people recently on a flight from I think off. I heard maybe even Matthew McConaughey was on and put his own a flight from Austin to Frankfurt that had to be diverted to a D.C. airport. I heard about a virgin airplane. You should look at this on fire that ten people had to be hospitalized because of a battery fire up in the battery up in the overhead compartment. This one was recently and there's pictures of the mess that that can cause with everything on the top. Yeah, and some people were injured, I think. But yeah, it was the turbulence was for about 20 or 30 minutes. From 37,000 feet. I don't know. You'd have to get me up with a sponge at that point. I think it would be so nervous. Financial services company USAA is telling some workers their remote job is no longer a multiple Wall Street journal reporting that employees who live within 60 miles of a company office will now be considered hybrid. That's even if they were hired into a remote role. That means they're going to be expected to come to the office. Some days each week, USAA providing banking services and sells auto home and life insurance to military personnel and their families is in clear how many of the companies 37,000 employees could be converted to hybrid work. But if I was hired, the only ones. I know it's doing this though. But if I was hired for one thing and then told it was another thing. Yeah, but that would be a thing. Except for that you're in an environment where the lots of people are getting laid off. Companies are changing their mind on these things. I understand totally how it feels like a bite and switch. But I've also heard more CEOs saying that they're planning to do just this. You have to think this is coming. I thought they were hired remotely for real jobs, but they were hired for a remote no, I didn't, but when the way we said it didn't really make it clear. So USAA, by the way. Yeah, great company. Great company. I had it until my stupid house got flooded one too many times because I lived next to a pond. And the only reason I had was because my dad, my dad was in and the Gronkowski commercials are him. You know, he sees something. He says, oh, I want one of those. And the lady has a baby. And she goes, oh, you know, you're going to go, no, one of those bumper stickers. That's pretty funny. I have one hybrid question. They're a great company. If you think the hybrid thing is over, or the remote thing is over. What happens to all these places, cities? Are they Park City? Aspen. How is Florida? The entire state of Florida. All the people who wanted to live in Florida and basically commute to New York, what happens to that or commute by zoom? Morning Joe? I mean, what happened? So
"usaa" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Real money. It's the show that helps you make more money, take less risk and not make yourself crazy, but within reason. We don't promise you're going to get rich quickly, with no risk. No, we just know that there are ways that you can or at least would have been in the past able to make a little more, take a little less risk, but it requires controlling things like air emotions. I'm Don Tom is over there, right there. See, I'm looking right at him, except worth 3000 miles apart. I am where it's warm, year where it's cold. And where it's going to be even colder. Let's see, this show will air on as a podcast on Wednesday, which means I'm I'll be in packing my winter clothing mode, I'll be putting in the giant Christmas story snowshoe, snowsuits, no shoot. You might as well shoot me in the snow suit. You know the one where you can't move your arms. I have all my arms. You know that one? Yes, that's a good movie. And by the way, you're already destroyed everybody's program talking about the flap earlier this I'm not going. There's no flap in this house. There's no flap in bad enough or episode. Black maybe. By the way, we had a call in the last hour or episode, yesterday's episode or hour. About putting money in a 5 29 plan. And then whether or not whether or not it made more sense to use the money, if it was just 35,000 to use it for education or to just skip the education and put it into the Roth IRA over the course of a few years, as you earn money out of school. I ran the numbers. If you put this money into growth oriented, a growth rate in mutual fund is some sort. That made 8% per year. Starting at 18, you start putting it in, and you didn't take it out for 40 7 years. Till their 65, 65, 47. 65. Really old. Really old. Almost one and a quarter $1 million. At 8% at 8% per year. Which should be enough to buy you a Snickers bar in 57 years. Now, if we use Dave Ramsey's number, which he claims that the 12% per year, sign me up, try 7 and a half $1 million. I'll go with Dave then. 12%. Dude, I'm going with Dave. Not dumb. Come on. Well, you sound like somebody who could fall for a Ponzi scheme. 8, 5, 5, 9, three, 5 talk is our phone number. We do have lots of lines available. We were really busy with calls last hour, but now it's fine. You can just get right in. 855-935-8255. Now there are lists. There are so many lists in the media. Lists of the best. You know, you got the best hospitals in the best advisers and the best restaurants and, you know, the best mutual funds. The best mutual fund companies, the best mutual fund managers. And a best list was just published in Tom has it hot off the press an actual case. This is form. This is from barons and that would be in paper form. I mean, baron's actually still publishes. I read it. Like electronic form though. Count this down, JPMorgan asset management number 5. Wait, okay. Capital wait, wait, wait, hold on. We got to get this, hold on. JPMorgan, that's a brokerage firm, so those are loaded funds. Okay. Loaded about half a $1 trillion. Okay, JPMorgan is number 5 commissioned funds. Got it. Go. And the list is longer than that, but I'm just, well, we're starting down the top 5. Okay, who's capital group? You know them. Yeah. Active. All actively managed. And did you know they had two and $2.2 trillion in the American funds? Tells you how big Edward Jones is. Crazy. That's crazy. Then there are our friends at V for victory, capital management. Gotta love that name. I love that name. You love the sign me up for that. I didn't know who they were. I did not. They were the USAA decided they really should not be in the business of running mutual funds, which was a good decision on their part. So victory, capital assets, capital holdings, whatever. They took over the USA USAA funds and that's made them a big old. But number one number one, they were number 5 last year, but their number one now. Wait a minute, you were three. You were 5, four, three, did we miss JPMorgan capital. Oh, you're right. This is not what I do, apparently, really well. He's bad at lists. Number three was newburger and barman. I forgot him, man. I feel bad. Here's the envelope. Number one, I remember them. Dimensional fund advisers. We like them. Wait. Only for 25 years. Yeah, there's a no load sort of passive ish. And we'll talk about why in a moment. Wow. That's so proud of DFA. They made it. Me too. Their number one, but the truth is in the why. The
"usaa" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"Couldn't be happier. Yeah. Well, so Brad, we're getting close to you every time. Do you want to give you the last words? How do we find out more about scout ventures first if somebody is interested in working with you or make it a pitch or whatever it may be, helping support? You know, where we're at scout VC that's our URL and most to get to most people on the team, it's our first name at scout VC. So we try to get back to everybody. If we don't get back to you, we probably missed it or the spam blocker got it, but we, you know, it scout we spend a lot of time focused on making the world a better safer place by investing in what we call hard to access founders, which includes founders in the military, the intelligence community and national labs that are developing frontier technology, AI machine learning, autonomy, robotics, drones, quantum space, so if anybody's doing anything in any of those areas, we're interested. Well, it's cool stuff. Awesome. And do you want to give you the last word? If you're talking to one of those entrepreneur wannabes, it's getting out of the military, just recently got out. There wanting to get in entrepreneurship, get into startups, running their own show. What kind of advice comes to mind? Well, the first thing is there is a lot of content out there from veteran entrepreneurs, right? There's podcasts, there's guidelines, like the first thing, is get out there and start figuring out the resources that are out there, right? Bunker labs, pen fed, USAA, right? All of these organizations, they're designed, and they're there to help and support veterans. And then there's hacking for defense, which is Steve blank's course out of Stanford. That's now spread to a bunch of places. We help launch something called the academy investor network, even though it has academy in the name, it'll look at all veteran entrepreneurs. So feel free to email Emily and Sherman at academy investor dot com. But I think really the best thing to do is get out there and start connecting with people. Absolutely. And sometimes it may seem difficult to do because you're starting with nothing, but all it takes is that first step of going to a 1 million cups meeting on a Wednesday morning or Google some stuff or there's all sorts of meetups and things going on no matter where you're living at and you're just going to get into that first one and then branch out from there and just keep it going. You got to make that deliberate networking effort. You know, and one of the things is it's just like PT, you got to commit a period of time to it every single day and you got to bang it out, right? You want to write, you want to write a blog. You want to make a podcast? What do you got to do? Right, Joe, you got to make the time. You got to be consistent. And I think, you know, I think my biggest advice is don't get discouraged, find veterans to talk to and keep having the persistence to keep banging away until you find the right fit. Absolutely. All right, Brad, well, thanks for sharing your entrepreneurial success story. You've done some amazing things. It's awesome. Looking forward to seeing your future success and by all means it will check back in a year or so and see what you got going on. All right, Joe, thanks so much for your time. You bet. All right, these two veterans are asking Mike. Thanks for listening to veteran on the move. Your pathfinder to freedom. If you like the show, leave us a review on iTunes. Reviews are always greatly appreciated. So until next time, this veteran is screw Mike.
"usaa" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"Yes, I kind of started on my own actually with friends and family and then I'm actually an accredited financial counselor. And I volunteered because that's really all I could do with my husband deploying every year of the year and then the year he was home. He was gone for half that year. So in the army, it's financial readiness. So that's where or AR, you kind of do both there. But yes, that's really where I did a lot of coaching and counseling was volunteer work for the army. And then I worked under a contract for the Department of Defense and I've worked with all branches of the service at this point. Yeah. And I think when I joined when I got selected for the USAA digital military influencers that some of those meetings and conferences we went to, I had no idea there's a lot of really good military financial bloggers out there and everything. And you're one that's been around for probably longer than as long as most of them are in still in the game. So it was really a whole other world out there. And it's really good because a lot of military folks, they get isolated from everything else. And if they don't, if they don't know it and learn it on their own, they may not have a connection or contact or chance to be mentored by somebody who really knows about military finance and the peculiarities of the military financial system, military life and everything else. So talk a little bit about what you do on your podcast and then before we get to talking about your conference. Yeah, so the podcast is really a way to reach a lot of people and help them with money. That was the problem I was having as a coach as I was limited by the person or people a couple that were in front of me wasn't a large group and I could reach more people and help more people by creating the podcast. And so I have guests or do solo shows and we talk about.
"usaa" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Back on the colts for just a minute here because I really have a very sad eulogy I want to read for their season. Then we'll go from there. But I guess we'll start in the buck side of this. They are getting healthier defensively. And I think you're going to see this kind of like last year where they sort of come together. I'm not quite sure what they have offensively. I mean, I'm sure what they have. I'm just not quite sure they get to the same level. They were early in this season or even last year if you go back to the Super Bowl, which was one of their best offense performances. I don't know what they have without Antonio Brown at this point. In this one, they went it was a whole lot of Rob Gronkowski, and he was, I mean, he was like, classic Gronk in this game, not just the bad USAA commercials that play, I don't know, 78 times throughout every three hour game, but I mean, his run out for catch stuff. He looked like he was like 25 years old again. Yeah, can I? Like, can we pick apart the USAA thing for one second? I just want to dive in here for a brief second. I have like three questions here. One, if none of us can have it, which is fine, like why are there so many commercials? Like, why do you want why are you spending like millions of dollars on advertising for something that like, you're making it a point to know for me to know that I can't have it, which is fine. Again, I don't want it, you know. I'm sure it's great insurance, but it's not for me. And so it's not the business model. Definitely. And the usual business model. Yeah. It's like I have a T that is only allowed to be enjoyed by people who are 5 foot 11 and so I'm gonna market that with like very expensive people. And like, you know, I don't get it. I don't understand it. And I don't know why if you're Rob Gronkowski, you want to play the role of the person who's essentially trying to like forge your military credentials to get insurance?.
"usaa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Out there We've not seen any real slowdown in demand what we've seen is a port fuel surplus rundown That's Picture for next year We'll see more volatility and people are trying to come up with rational for how long it takes But I don't think it's the long-term negative Right Hey Tom thanks so much for joining us really appreciate it Tom stringfellow chief investment strategist at argent trust company from San Antonio Texas home of USAA the former home of clear channel communications one time the largest radio operator back in the day spent a lot of time in San Antonio Believe it's the home of Greg Jarrett Great carrots got It's the burner It's the birth home of Greg Jarrett Yeah I can't keep track I need the book I'm waiting for the book to come out I mean there's just so much going on with that guy So we'll see here But again Tom Springfield another one of those folks that says you know we got a little bit more room left to go in this market I know that wall of worry out there is definitely real and there's a lot of meaningful bricks in that wall of worry whether it's inflation or the fed or some of these supply chain bottlenecks But the stocks keep moving higher and again we've got green on the screen Here today All right we're going to more coming up Again the S&P up 17 the Dow up one 22 36,000 on the Dow 4630 on the S&P Right now let's head down to the.
"usaa" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"Had a traumatic effect. It broke down the jurisdictional basis for governance that had existed for many many many decades if not centuries before nine eleven you had the state department and they took care of things in the world and we had some other smaller agencies. Usa id usaa they dealt with the world and of course the defense department did and then everything else was domestic. Well all of a sudden these clean lines between foreign and domestic that our government had been built around all of a sudden. They were meaningless. All of a sudden police had to do intelligence. All of a sudden intelligence people had to talk to policemen on the beat. It was a real change in the way we've done things and it took a while. But i think we've made a lot of progress on that front. Bruce ridell to emphasized how the nine eleven attacks altered the very structure of the us government. Nine eleven not only transformed way america but also transformed the united states national security bureaucracy old new institutions related after nine eleven our own security counterterrorism said all of these institutions. The office of Adviser are of transportation's all these things are the results of nine eleven. John hudek apps further insight. On how the nine eleven attacks and their aftermath fundamentally change not just the structures of government but presidential power specifically one of the areas that i study is presidential power and we learned a lot after nine eleven in terms of just how expansive the office of the president can get. There are a lot of ways in which presidential power has changed since nine eleven. some of it has expanded. some of his shrunken back after presidential attempts to expand it or to try new things. But i think one of the interesting lessons that has been learned is the lesson. That's almost impossible to imagine right now. In twenty twenty one twenty years after this we talk a lot about the damage. That hyper polarization in hyper partisanship can do to the united states. We see the damage in the effects of that every day. But there's also a damage and a problem that can be created by hyper unity where individuals believe in their president being able to do whatever he needs to do in a moment of crisis and after nine eleven george w bush's approval rating skyrocketed overnight to over ninety percent essentially doubling overnight almost exactly doubling overnight and it was a moment that began for those of us who lived through it. We remember that type of national unity and we reflect on that moment of national unity. In a positive way and scott anderson echoes with john axa about the increase in presidential power when he reflects how nine eleven introduced a new set of legal questions. If you had told someone in the year two thousand that you're national security lawyer outside of a handful of people and i mean that quite literally probably like less than a dozen. That would not need a lot. They would not see that as any sort of area of study or unified field but after nine eleven rapidly did a set of legal questions that share certain commonalities that arise at the intersection of a lot of what were previously independent fields of law and my generation of lawyers. A lot of ways was shaped by that nine eleven experience and the debate after it because we were not only entering environment where national security was driving a lot of very heated legal debates and litigation but the debate over guantanamo bay and military commissions. The legal arguments there. It's been court cases and political arguments in congress all were defining aspects of our legal education as we went through i college and kind of policy education and learning about that people who studied politics and middle east studies like i did and then alternately into law school living with aftermath of that i think the biggest takeaway that one can get in this field from those days is the fact that when you are responding and particularly congress is responding to a national emergency. There's an understandable sometimes very justifiable instinct to say. Well we need to give the executive branch what they need to respond to the situation. Respond to the emergency. But it's important that you build in democratic safeguards and checks into that process but hudek explains what happened when those democratic safeguards and checks not attended to in the aftermath of the nine eleven attacks but what ended up happening was americans let their principles down in moments things that they normally would have opposed opposed. During peacetime came to oppose later. They were willing to back their president and toback their congress no matter what in it's those moments where executives in countries across the world seized on that type of public unity to do very damaging things to the country while our democracy came out. Okay on the other end of that type of national unity and the supreme court push back against executive power in. The public eventually turned against some of the policies that were advanced. It shows us. Just how problematic of a moment we were actually in and that a different leader could have done very disastrous things to our democracy and to the republic and americans would have applauded it in the moment thinking it was for the better good and for the broader good. And here's scott anderson again. Fortunately not all the statutes congress enacted that year the one hundred seventh congress enacted this huge wave of statutes that really changed the whole landscape around now. Security in the united states was structure that way the patriot act among other provisions had various provisions. That did have sunsets and renewal requirements and have led some changes through the years and have led to some continuity through the years. people said no these are authorities. We need to make permanent. Not everyone agreed with that but congress ultimately did but with that georgia check in place. At least were confident that they are subjected to regular scrutiny by our most democratic branch and reconsideration. But absent that you're begging for dramatic changes in the legal landscape and in what different political branches of our government can do. That may come out of alignment with the actual facts surrounding us and become unintentional changes in really the fundamental separation of powers that is usually supposed to operate around some of the most basic and important questions. Our country faces..
"usaa" Discussed on 1A
"Capital one bank. Usaa support for npr in the following. Message come from better help. Offering online counseling. Better help therapist. Hassoo joe knows that lockdown has been hard on us as humans we as people are hardwired to connect with others which is why this whole time is so difficult. Let's get back to our conversation about what's at stake right now. For afghanistan's women and girls joshua tweeted after twenty years of help. Why is the west at fault for the fallout of the country. Where are the afghan leaders. Who care for their women and aspirin email. It seems that ms sarraj referring to our earlier conversation is angry at the. Us for leaving no longer babysitting. She needs to put the blame on corruption in their own military for their unconditional surrender. And i'm curious to hear from you about your response to those comments sahara. I'll come to you. I i think that this is just part of a narrative that has been play for the last two and a half years to make this entirely an afghan problem to make this a fault of the afghan people and of course nobody is denying that there have been problems with corruption and sewn and so forth. however when you're when you have a military presence in a country for twenty years you need to think about and plant what is the best way to withdraw Taking the rug from under the entire countries not the way to do it and then expect things not to fall apart in the way that they have so. I think that it's it's a very convenient narrative to say that but you know ending forever war to mean ending for everybody and this is not ending for the afghan people and so i think i think it's just a very convenient narrative that doesn't take the entire twenty year involvement of international community into account part of that part of a withdrawal. Like this involves. Evacuations involves dealing with the refugee issue. And we're not seeing any of that happening. All three of you are part of an international network of advocates working to protect women's rights in afghanistan. What is the last week or so been like. What have you been doing some era. I have been talking to non stop talking to a lot of women listening to them Documenting their information sharing it with different contacts. That i am having a common coming. You know given them some kind of calm and and asking them to to come down because Because that's that's the the lifting that i could do to tell them to come down and to you know to take debris and to to think about their families and to give them like some advisors for their safeties for for their safety for their families safety. I've been. I've been talking to media. I've been talking to international community. I've been saying about the evacuation evacuations. That are happening. that are problematic. I've been speaking about the deadline of thirty first august being unrealistic. I've been hearing from. I've been in touch with women from provinces who are actually stacking in their provinces. Who have no means of of a support who are kind of being disconnected with with the rest of the world and even with with contacts and kabul and i have been advocating for for expediting the evacuation for providing a safe passage for these women and for making sure. That these evacuations all taking those women activists and journalists who are at immediate risk not only from kabul from provinces. What would i strongly have been saying in the last one week as being that. Look this is. This is something that has happened this is. This is a shock. This is a shattering moment. For a lot of people in afghanistan including african women who are half of the population but we need to give them some kind of hope. We need to give them some kind of assurance that they will not be abandoned. And that's a that's where you know these evacuation plans and these deadlines should should really stretch. Kelly be looked after so that women are supported protected. Rena what's been the focus of your work. I have like samaritan. I've also been reaching out and trying to engage women and see how they can be helped. I've been supporting fundraising for evacuations. And the resettlement of the women and men of honest done who are at high risk. I've been trying to get through. To policymakers and get them to do very specific things to address both evacuation priorities humanitarian issues. And i've been doing what i'm doing with you talking to the media to inform the american public and also to pressure. Those policymakers who at this point are quite reluctant to change. Course despite the fact that it is extremely problematic and creating a humanitarian crisis so horrid for you. I know you started an organization to include women in talks between the us government and the taliban. How is the past week. Been for you. I think. I think we all share the various experiences. It's been an incredibly difficult week. There is so many unanswered questions around this deadline. Around evacuations around what's happening at the airport. There has been just a lot of confusion about how to put in your applications things as simple as that how do you what processes do you go through in order to qualify for what these are and and that process in itself is is death by bureaucracy. It is you know the things that you need to gather is is is unrealistic and impossible and you know ten days ago when we realize how this was going to go out of fear and panic people. People went into hiding people left their homes. People started to get rid of their contracts any papers that showed affiliation with different organizations. And so getting that sort of documentation together is incredibly incredibly difficult. And so just trying to get some clarity around dad give people the right places to go to to even qualify to be able to leave has been incredibly difficult and i think one of the things that we have to look hard urgently is how do we expedite some of these processes so that the most at risk and vulnerable people are able to get out and part of that absolutely involves looking at this facet of august deadline. Because it's just not going to be possible that sahar hallam's i a senior fellow at the atlantic council and co founder of time for real peace rina amiri a senior fellow at the center for international cooperation in the center for global affairs. Both at nyu and samira hamidi. The afghanistan.
"usaa" Discussed on Futuri Demo
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"Get no calories and sugars crackers saying chapstick in gold bond. Ross's thank you for the way that greg by cases seltzer for the wedding. And we're good to go. Yes those are my two favorite things in this world. And i'm good on that. I'm pretty simple like father's day's coming up. That's all i ask for. Just give me some chopstick and goldman and we're good to go okay. I mean i got something else. But sure i'll did you do that as well. It's really. yeah thanks yeah. When when his father's as the fourteenth and my crazy isn't really bob liga performance issue around there. I gotta get my father something. I don't know if it's is it. This weekend is god demon but when it is the story of a girls every third sunday in june so june twentieth i guess twentieth. Okay yeah bob. I don't like that soft guests. Let's get a hard sunday. June twentieth goop. Ghoul was giving me all kinds of dog. Shit results the dates like halfway down the page annoyed so weird i any time i see a duggar in the fucking headlines and just like you guys. Okay so jill. Doug defense feeding her dog milk but more importantly like what's more. Yeah just east and look. Do whatever you want in your own house. But i will say when that show was on. Twenty kids and counting. Twenty-one kids in county got a weird feeling from the whole situation And i just want to let everybody know when you get weird feelings like that. They're usually right right so when you're watching that show and you're like first of all the whole time you're like what is the moms vagina look like one too. Didn't the dad get arrested for child porn or one of the other brother and that's ongoing and that's real. She's chris but he also said that his dad was weird. So whatever whatever. It's a weird situation. When it hits you weird. I just want people to go with that instinct. Your all of the time. Don't be like oh. I'm just being judgmental. Like maybe they just wanna have thirty days and be fucking weird and i don't know yeah. Yeah duggar be done and we let them live in the cave that they want to living the way that they want whatever the fuck they want all do. I don't know always weird to me that they're like who. Let's put these hill people on camera and then they get mad at them for being hill. He'll people that's what i'm saying. Like what did you expect. And percentage wise right like when you have that. Many kids percentage wise. You're going to have a serial killer child porn your game like octo mom or one of those is going to be shooting your own statistical pool in your house. It's crazy speaking another show. We might have to give up on. Here is the bachelor. Oh yes thank god man. So look jesse's huge fan. Every married man out there is then forced to be fan of watch with them. You and you. And i have been at it now for for a while you know but the bachelorette yeah but we got into it late. Seattle either way. Last night was weird was the first episode. When i came home from the flights it was on. And i was like. Oh shit. I forgot about this and then i was like. Where's chris harrison. He's gone and it's two chicks. Now at sues it tayshia and and i think the other girl. Michelle is at the other girl. That's going to be the next bachelorette. No i think it was Look kaitlyn bristowe. Maybe she looks so different. That i can't i couldn't recognize she's Yeah yeah she got a new face a whole new face off and put the whole new face income. I don't know why i know it's not. She looked cuter before. I thought anyways with that being said i was like man where there's no chris harrison then they fired off. Abc fired off a terse thing last night after the show is over because he's no longer giving out the roses and all that other shit he built that entire franchise he's out permanently. He okay so he said he was going to take a break to correct. Just this you're paying the end. The network was what trying to be like. Can we sustain without him right or yeah two things so first of all. This was all over story that to me was blown way out of proportion with the white girl who ended up at the black guy in the last season. Matt yeah Is that matt james james. I forget the girl's name either. Way rachel colonel and they're actually to get together now because it was a real relationship and congratulations. You guys tried to divide everything by race and do everything by race and then it turned out you. Yes but it turned out. Black white girl ended up together. So what the fuck you pissed on it. You ruined it. Whatever found a picture of her to sorority. That was having a party at a plantation or an old plantation or whatever. It's like drive-thru fucking mississippi. Dude it's all plantations like what the fuck where wherever they were missouri. Now now you went to mizzou. Yeah i did attend that ellie. Kemper ball though. Well we'll get to that that's problematic because people are making it hang on. We'll get to that. Because i want to. That was the last thing. I want to get into today but with that. I thought the picture was harmless. Who keeps fuck like chris. Harrison was pissed. They made them released a statement. He stood up for her maiden releases statements and he had them by the balls not vice versa. This perfectly clear to the audience. Because here's what happens behind the scenes. Something like this getting fired. He's gonna leave because he wants doesn't want wanna deal with this shit anymore. Here's the other part about. It is back when he started. Like i think they're unlike twenty seven seasons something crazy if the bachelor and all that other stuff right bashan paradise and everything else. There was no morality clauses in a contract. So i if people didn't like what you said on social media or podcast and all that stuff like back in the day that that did not exist does now most of these studios because these fucking contracts are intense and they want out for reasons like this if abc was to say. We want you out of here. Chris harrison is able to go back to his contract. And say fuck you my buy out is a percentage of what the show is earned over time and blah blah blah that buyout. I can tell you today. Eight figures eight so it is. It is over ten million dollars and under a hundred somewhere in there. Chris is fine to step away and walk. Walk out of there at that point and let's face it he's done it for twenty seven seasons or whatever. It is like cool. The only problem i have with this is to show socks now. Because they did the diversity thing and they're doing this with a lot of reality shows with going fifty fifty on the cast where it's like half white half black and this to me has nothing to do with race. Like typically what. I thought with the bachelor's you go on and you say what you're interested in right could be indian. Chicks could be chinese girls like whatever. You're fucking thing is and they try to apply that to their now. It's just a fifty fifty mix of like. Hey we don't really care. We're just more interested in being diverse and and everything else but it was like. I didn't see any chinese dude. They're fucking asian dudes or whatever. No i i mean i i. Do you know what i mean like. What the fuck l. I didn't see any indian pop up last night. Either and like so. He's out he got a fuck ton of money the same with roseanne when whatever they said fired rosanno this comments. Now you didn't You absolutely did. Not she a contract that said you. Can you can fuck and fire me. But you're going to have to pay the piper on this one and that's going to be in the eight figures so in the last two years at abc alone. If i had to pay eight figures settlements roseanne and now chris harrison they are fine so you do not have to cry for chris harrison. He's fine and in my opinion he did and said all the right things. He was very pissed off of the network and rightfully so..
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I knew somebody in the in the chat room. At bow. Campers was the name of it right swath. Gm who up on nights was just like it was there it was like hey man i can say this this and i was like. Hey but i'm like. I'm looking at the website now. 'cause we listen to the show and and i was like i'm gonna go website now. Upper deck seats. We're going for three hundred dollars a piece. And i was just like that's what this is. Clearly the the demand was there. They just you know. Hey i might might be just that stadium though. And they don't want to get sued every other stadium we've been to has been linked fuck it. Let's go bulls on parade. What was on parade but The humidity and all that shit was dog. And you and i were going like i said we're we're taking our child to the first game coming up and They built different seats there so they built these humidity seats. Every seat in the stadium is some kind of mesh thing where it's breathable and everything else and i was like. Wow austin i've never. I've never seen that before anglers. Though anglers breathed breed speaking of which came through security. And i had that big bottle of gold bond. I don't know if tsa has to like you need a chemistry degree To do that job anymore. But now they're pouring out the powder and then they're doing these droplet tests but they're so intense and then they're running them through the machines. I was like this is like a chemistry class at this point. Big was the bottle that you had huge. Why about this is why they don't sell the smaller bottles anymore. And i'm not sure why I've i've not been able to find one. And i'm disappointed in golan because i loved them not a sponsor on a sponsor but i'm a fan of theirs and i wish they would come in the the little tiny bottles but they don't do that anymore so i've had these huge fucking bottles but I guess for any what they said was with you on the plane. You can't check. I've never needed gold bond more than i needed it in miami. I can promise you that was. It was well worth it. They got zero complaints for me. Because i needed that gold bond and yes that was a three gold bond night for sure you know going up and down and i go back to front. I don't care who that is. And what the whole area and santa's workshop down there titan cleaned up you know cool down if you will but so yeah they test them with like nine different colors and droplets in a petri dish and all that stuff and i was like man. You guys are no longer tsa anymore. You're you're certified scientists. I would venture to say that the tsa now not than bill nye the science guy night. So take it for what it's worth so but if you're traveling with any form of powder i guess they think it's anthrax. We don't because we know we're not supposed to but if you get tested so same with the baby formula sure and from that from that experience for however many years they know that they don't love powder right. oh yeah so. Jacob nicholson i have a gold mine addiction. Look if the entire network sponsored by goldman. Oh how i all in yes. I'm a i. I can tell you the first night use it. I remember where i was. I remember that feeling. It was an aug green bottle. And they re yeah men. It is cool. It is hot out here. And i was in columbus bouncer. It was hot out here tonight and my man goes a marks. Vida was his name he goes. Hey head back into that employee. Bathroom see green bottle in there. It's called gold bond when and put that on your numbers and is like it's going to be shocking. If i after the two first two or three uses though you're in need the rest of your life and i was like really like i'm all in now i he said just put a dollar. I went full handful and that was mistake is that green bottle is really surprising but as soon as i slapped up underneath their you know de mx clap and pigeons right right. It was on. I've never gone back. Yeah gold bond. If you're out there and you want to do the whole network brother. There's no one who could sell go on maxi gold bond merchants shea. Dude i i could turn that entire company into just fucking. Isn't it a shock though. I think that does gold one. But he does the shit kind. he's not doing the powder. I go old school. sure ago. Old school powder on that a cream. He uses like a cream in emotion. And stuff like that powder brother so we would take the powder. Category shock could take the lotion and we could make it. Worldwide own hundred. I already but i could really. It's underground and i've seen his be fun to make it more of like you know. Kind of take the stigma away. No i love to take a stigma away from somewhere. You always do hard seltzer. Update real quick to is Got off the phone with the legal team this morning. shit ben or like two weeks away from production so it's like six day weeks of canning and all that stuff that we're getting close here. I'm excited today. Meetings meetings meetings. It was exciting this morning though is like oh okay you can only push people. So far on contracts right share Ah for the brewing companies and all that stuff and then they were like hey. This is where it's time to be a russian. Police officer were stern but fair. We're done with this urnov sir. So yeah getting super close. And i'm excited about it everywhere i go. I'm drinking these shitty shelters. And i'm like man. I get stuck drinking those cacti again over the weekend. Yeah 'cause seven seven percents cacti so fucking bads awful. And it's travis scott thing and like but i go for alcohol content more than flavored coffee black. Yes yes yes see. You don't have to drink as much like so. Four percent five even. I don't get out of bed for it but i don't either just. Pg enough to be drinking so much more liquid but yeah you're stuck with these seven percent..
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"We're gonna do it obviously because we don't care where you're listening to what you listen to. And all the ship but the weird thing is when they got into it with apple over this privacy thing and now they don't have as much data anymore. They changed the algorithm completely. I'm now seeing shit on there. That i actually want to see right and friends and shit like that where i'm like. Oh all right. I don't know what happened over there. They clearly recognize something was wrong. No it's that apple made it so. Facebook can't track you right to change the algorithms shit like me personally like it was overnight where i was like. This is entirely different. And this is concert targeted stuff anymore. Thank god okay right. That's what the whole fight is that facebook is like. That's how we make our money and tim. Cook is like fuck you motherfucker. So i don't know how it's going to shake out. They used to be like mentor. T like how whatever mentor is fine. Call stewardess shoes relationship like three or four years ago. Maybe longer and then from there turned into quite contentious to the point where now. I'm not really sure what's going to happen with them. Fighting and trying to one up each other do we all just explode into a million pieces. I have no idea Look i from my perspective. I look at it like you know. They're going to focus more on content and everything else which is good for us as a company where it's like great you want to jam on our rss feed to the world guide. I'm down put all the episodes on their. I'm down but don't come back in bitch me for censorship after you hear. Just one episode. And i'm sure they'll listen to you know and dan and i you have to say is hey. Don't do that at a hardy chuckle over it. But the other thing they did since they own. Instagram was as soon as something gets cool. They try to kill it and just do it immediately. They're trying to do it with tiktok in this reels thing joined the rentals. And then some of the real suck. I don't fucking care about that shit tiktok. I'll give them more credit now their algorithms sweet and they do have great videos. I just don't want to see anybody over thirty years old on their like at all. Cut that off offer younger night. Nineteen nineteen good. I don't wanna see a mom on there like go to mom. You're on facebook. go to mom. So i don't and it's creepy. i like i just. I don't see grownups on their. You know it's a kids app like let's let's face it. There was a bunch of those huge tiktokers at at the fight. One of them obviously but The crowds that were around them. Taking pictures were they. Were just as famous as like chocolate l. holyfield and shit like that. I mean it was crazy. And and i walked by and i go. Who is that tiktok. He's great he's great. He looked like he was four years. Old my godman. Imagine being no lie he was probably sixteen or seventeen. Imagine being like sixteen or seventeen that famous having that much money. You're just gonna do some stupid shit your theirs. God you got that. There's got to be like a ninety percent chance if you're that age right now and the famous that you get cancelled sometime in the next six years oh yeah. Justice cannibalistic is grammar any of that stuff easily. Yeah yeah. Because i talked to chuck about it to shucks got kids. We have kids obviously and We're talking about over the weekend. And he goes dude. You imagine that. Run during the two thousand and i had social media or camera phones and all that shit out i'd be i'd be gone. You know gone dead. Dad cancelled what everyone knows sure. Who knows he's we were talking about. Brett farve dick pic extensively. It was just like man you get to old and you don't understand phones technology. Was that shit you know. You don't know what you're doing. You know how to beef it up and you don't you certainly don't put peanuts. That looks like that out into the world right to a twenty four year old. Who is social media savvy and everything else like. That's that's the problem so like he put it on the boards instead of in the messages. Which is my mom. Does all the time she'll send legs something that's supposed to be a direct message and just put it on the boards and i'm like no no that should be anyway so it's a good thing i don't mind. It looked at the tiktok videos in front. Get this fucking jerk on there. I liked how every his as soon as you do. Something like this. They give you a nickname like chewbacca. Mom or yoda. Oh boy or whatever. It is right from walmart jerk off. Mom you imagine if that's your thing in lake fifteen years you're out with your friends at a high school reunion or whatever it is twenty years and you look back and it's just you know everybody's gonna up and be like. Hey how's jerk off. Mom doing right. Is your mom doing house jerk off. I'm doing just like did you show you what to do. Imagine what her kids are going through at fucking school right now. But by the way. I forgot to mention to really classiest. Not everyone can afford to buy twenty condoms a week exactly. Yeah exactly out of touch. Chrissy teigen bob carey. I bet they're home-schooled what you reckon with the shape. The side of the i think she i think she filmed class to be honest. That's what i are home school now because she doesn't want what's happening in the public schools to attain. I bet she's one of those moms who's just like Son you jerk off. Do you want to a weight off dinner. Fifteen minutes or you know like like she's trying to be cool after. Yeah yeah where you're just like. Hey mom not know a private right. Don't make it tick tock video mom. She's outside the door like he's doing it now. see if he is just. The condom uses the condom. Okay guys hey. It's me jerk off from Muncy so my son off seem is the condom. It's just like oh god don't do this. What was his nickname onto it. Don't do it by the way if you're out there and you're wondering why my voice might be a little rough. It is not from screaming or or or anything this time usually. It's a live show. And i'm like hey i feel like i've gotten. I have either gotten colds in back to back weeks from traveling on the ship or i've had cova twenty two times so possible patients. Oh and i'll tell everybody because they were looking at pictures on instagram and all that stuff and like the fight. That empty was nobody there. No to two thirds of stadium was blocked off for covid seats. The same as you and i were at the national championship. I don't know why it's florida and it was just like what the fuck bro. And they still had like the. They made all the employees in the stadium. Were mask and they still had swapped down to certain rose and certain sections were blocked off and it was just like so they sold the maximum of tickets on that thing feel like they probably use that as an excuse because they just couldn't sell enough tickets i was just gonna know. Don't tell you why they didn't so when we went to be like sold out when we went to the kamilo fights he wasn't fighting anybody cool enough to warrant like seventy six thousand people coming there. Same situation the tickets. We're cheap enough. And there were so many people that came up to us in the two days prior to community tickets screen tickets. We own a ticket. We own drink and rose. Tickets dot com. There just weren't any select and the ones that were there..
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"This is exactly who i picture for this type of advice. Don't fucking do this okay. Let's go ahead. No no black woman in america would not got say black guys now. They are the problem and they always have always will be yes. Yes continue on. I apologize for the election of lotion. Clean up site there. You get a little. She's like so basically she's saying now like it's a messy affair with lotion crispy. Titles gym socks. Whatever but hear me out. What if because we're trying to encourage safe sex practices we give people things that provide protection like condoms. Think of it easy cleanup. They learn how to put them on and they get used to what they feel like. So there's never any discomfort when they do become ready to go with a partner what a magical world. Where a person with a penis their first instinct when they become aroused is to grab protection so her solution is tom. This is on tiktok. This is on tiktok and it went super viral with lots of people being like. Oh my god. That's so incredible. Really yes whether other what parents would say idiots like show. And i'm just going to be totally honest here. Anyone who doesn't have a penis like this is the most harebrained for. Don't you cannot possibly have a dick. If you think this is a good idea. I less cleanup clearly. She's never fucked condom on before exactly because you actually not that clean you take it off and it got evidence places right trash something like septic. Ab let's talk about that right Plumbing say look at her probably a pretty big green energy green life type of person. she seventh generation. Sure do you want to know the size of the condom continent that will be floating in the indian ocean. If every teen american boy started beating off into condoms you come stralia would just be floating through the fucking ocean not green. That's not great. It's the least green thing i've ever heard my god. My god also just think about this for a second. This is a woman telling her teen son how to jack is dick off okay. Imagine if i got on tiktok and had a daughter and it was like you know the other day. I was sitting around thinking like how can my daughter more constructively filled with her pussy. Yeah tiller scandal you gloves. Rubber gloves cloud. We must see what they call me. Brave yes they would really wasn't sow give it a try bot. I think jesse could get away with it. At bob couldn't because he's a white man in the white man is sit. That's what we're saying. Is that public number one. That's what we're saying is she's a woman talking to her teenage son about this. Sure if it was bob talking to his dot like that would be that. Would we're saying like if i shutdown if i just gave cancelled free masturbation advice to women on twitter right now what would what would the ratio look like. We should try to show. We've got a new show talking about it. I'm like hey let's push the limits a patriotic right. I'll do it. I'll do an hour. I'll do an hour about teaching chicks. How to masturbate on patriots. Yeah a four one hour and all just fact check for you know. I just know what i'll do is just disagree with your checks. Yes because like a condescending way. Yeah because why. Yeah what am. I know the funniest the funniest thing about the whole thing of this though really is that she thinks there's no cleanup. Yeah so here's my biggest takeaway at all this video right. It just sounds like a mom who doesn't want to do extra laundry. I mean it's just it seems like she's trying to figure out a way of. How do i not do extra laundry. Because i'm tired of washing towels. Wouldn't towels is always a chore. Where you're just that sits lasts in the laundry room. And you're like all right. Fuck i gotta do towels now. Closed socks sock asaka sock rag. Whatever that you just kinda track what. You should be doing here. Here's your here's the real advice lady. Go having just go to the bathroom. Jack off in the toilet or in the shower. Why aren't they saying that. Because he's a fucking idiot. She's a fucking moron. Also here's the other thing they learn how to put a condom on. Have you put a hat on. Have you roll. Unrolled anything ever in your life. If you've done it once you know how to do it. It's pretty yeah. It's pretty easy. So i mean look we as what's the over under here. We praising this woman what's the what are the us fifty fifty but on on the internet. We're all viral for whatever they like to now. Yeah like safe sex so progressive like. She's tough talk. She talks to her kids. But if you're talking to your kids and telling them stupid things yeah then is it good. I think exactly. I think this is. Why and i've said this for years on the show. You need an age limit on tiktok where you're fucking pass. Nineteen years old. You're your account. Get shut down and that's it. You can't do this anymore. I agree but i did that to myself like i shut myself down. You did. Yeah because i was like yeah no thank you yes i it was a not for me were i think signing this other show pretty soon and they were in here and they've got a big tiktok following right And i go. They were like. Hey you guys should get on and i was like dude i am. I'm past. I'm past the age of thirty but i should not be on this as a thirty three year old man. You know maybe thirty two. What's up now. no i'll i'll i got. Dan has your best interest. I got shown shamed into at once. It was Tiffany actually your code. Censoring umbro beyond but going on six million cigars she goes. She's putting on ours. She goes just put any video on there and see how it does. It will shock your mind. And i was like all right at the time it was old. Town road was outs. So whenever that was and i did a mug live video with morgan freeman singing old town road alien. I'm gonna take us to the town road. And then she was right at got like fifty thousand views. I had a new account. And i was just like. It's so easy. I i all. It can't get into it. But i will say this. 'cause i talk in the past their algorithm for further things and all the videos on there like there's some really funny shit on there. I don't know why people aren't doing it for instagram. And that apps specifically because there is a difference. There's another guy that i follow on instagram is. I'm a fan of his videos. I actually reached out to try to hire seems rusty stone. Great name yes and it's really. It's a dude who just samples. Every beer seltzer whatever but he drinks the entire twelve pack and so each video is less than sixty seconds and he does forebears in eight beers in twelve. So you get to see how fucked up he was and then he rates them at the end super simple concepts college kid. He's done in florida. And i hit him up and i was like yo. Can i hire you. And he goes no no you. Can't i popped over to tiktok. And he had like three or four hundred thousand followers. Shit dude it's a whole new world. Those dudes are getting paid over there at tiktok like i will day the one thing. That's like wildly impressive about it like videos or whatever that's fine. They just have like the best algorithm in terms of serving. Yeah and so two points. I don't know if you and i chatted about it on a show or if it was on drinking bros. but facebook is adding podcasts. yes so They have already reached out in advance. And said hey we want to put your rss feed on your podcast page and you can listen to all the things that are in. Watch all the things there and then they said they're going to chop clips for us for free. Which is i'll see how that all works out..
"usaa" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Next time. Dan holiday the party with m g k and he did afterwards. Yeah me and ross. Were in a parking lot eating food with their hands. It was it was a good night valid. I mean i don't think there's any losers that i still like. I made the right decision. You know when you're teeter. I do at least teetering and i'm like all right. I did get the fuck out here right. That was one of those nights. Rows just like the heat the humidity there that got me host drinking all day and the flights and all that other stuff i was like. I'm probably good to anybody at that after party. You guys go ahead. The other part about it is talk with chuck about this. You know. I was fortunate enough to go to all that shit over the years so i don't mind missing one here and there where i'm like you know. M g k i. It's weird machine gun. Kelly his more famous to me for being famous rather than. I'm not a big fan of his music. I don't listen to him on a daily basis. I like yellow wolf. Better right But i respect the hassle of mgk. And he's terrible. He's cool love to have him on the show to chat about his acting. Actually because i thought he was great in the dirt. But tommy lee pretty much everything he does and he transforms a little bit more urban actor than anything else but yeah never know but yeah i was okay on that i was the only thing sad about was not getting a chat with logan and jake chucked it and he said the conversation. We talked about last night. And i was like. How did that go. Said jake was like whoa dude and he was like. Hey man we're cool. It's just promotion. Lets you know. Yeah you want to do something we can do. Something chuck is like the nicest guy in the world so it was fine but i just feel like those energies like. I would've loved to see like jake's weird ass energy with with chuck's just he knows he could beat everybody up kind of thing. And then bro. Ass jake fall like totally. Don't know how that it it was well and and he said they chatted for about twenty minutes about everything and truthfully the only reason i regretted is i wish i could have congratulated logan looking back at and having been there like i know a lot of people were like. They were hugging each other. And all that other stuff for your third fights to go. The full distance with mayweather is incredible to me. Whatever it was. I thought there was some hard shots. He lands and decent shots. He took some hard shots like. Hey congratulations that is a feat. That is incredible. Like you see these dummies. Who are able to go up. Mount everest I can just do it and get a guide and do the whole thing. That's to me to go in the ring with. Mayweather is tougher than that. Where aid as good for him. I just felt kind of the way that the guys at the end. And i always feel like this at the end of a mayweather fight which is just like like. I could see why you went to denny's because you're just like okay. i mean good for. I'm good for you like you did it. But there's no knockout would have been a a knockout but that's that's always mayweather to his credit. Though logan was holding a lot he He was very tired but that humidity along with the weight. He cut for that like dude. I like it's great but like you feel the same way as when you see someone run a marathon. You're like wow you've really did. It was fucking boring for me. But what an accomplishment for you right and you're like at the finish line like yeah right. So here's the way. I i looked at it me personally because i think it's a totally different outlook than everybody else. I did not expect it to be some blockbuster fight of like roberto duran versus sugar ray. Leonard like something like that. I expected that or fluid was gonna knock him out to do it just because he should have but he didn't for a third fight you made it through and then you also look back at a kid who put a camera in his face. Got it up on youtube. Was it six years ago or eight years ago. He was working at a. Where was he at first off puts puts respect online one hundred percent. He was fine star before youtube but he said he said something else like they were cutting yards or something ten years ago or landscaping skip in high school. Before he got hyper famous so look you go from landscaping and then putting a camera in your face at a young age on youtube to what i walked into that stadium because we had ringside seats. That we're not good enough for chuck. He's usually the i in in the first world. We're in the eighth and he was. He was like hey guess we had a a nice hearty laugh about but we live on a different planet Yeah he was. He didn't care joking but when we walked in. I saw that stadium with showtime in the huge all the screens with jake in in may whether it was like. Oh my god dude. Can you imagine having that dream is a kid or ten years ago doing videos on youtube and then walking out into that stadium that he made it dude like that's a that is a dream. Whatever you thought of the fight. Like i look at the hard work and whatever he had to go through to get there in my opinion on those kids has changed over the years where i came out hating them. And i was like fucking nationals. The shit's then slowly little by little. Let my kid watch jake. Paul correct. I don't want you to be that right but then as the years go by you. Look back at it. And you're like dude. I was probably the same dickhead. When i was that age. If i had a camera in my face. So it's a pretty cool accomplishment. It was it was weird walking in there going. Oh my god like somebody off of youtube. Who stuck a cellphone in front of their face is now fighting. Floyd mayweather in dolphin stadium and again. I'm not gonna you know. I'll give you that. I agree with you on that. You're absolutely right. The body of work. It's someone running amir hosue israel and you're there for the end that's great. I'm just saying as a one off shore as someone that maybe didn't know even who these guys were right right. How exciting was that fight for them. That's all i'm saying. I don't think it was meant for that audience anyways so the people that tuned in were were there for the spectacle of it and everything else and the kurds were fun chatto. She's cinco in those guys did he. Do he did pretty well. Look the first three rounds were good and then he got knocked the fuck down on the fourth. Yeah and then the fight. After that was actually a war war. Those were professional fighters. Yes good for them. They so all the way around it was like i..
"usaa" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Camry about nicolaidis Erica's round of applause round of applause areas. Nikki's taking care of all of our lives inside the studio there. It is veritas. Thank you george. You thank you. Hammer the like button. If you're watching on youtube and i'll shut up the guy's name. I don't know him personally. Darby was the guy who came in looked darby hamrick was the adjuster and james was the other. He was the lead on that at usa. Either them very well in real life but they were amazing people in record time. Yes thank you grandpa for making me get this insurance because they came through not one fight. Nothing i felt like they were drinking bros. My wrong no no no that one. I think one of them had listened to the show again. it's a military Typically sheri- not at all no and their base in san antonio obviously correct. I mean we've out of our ten point three million listeners on drink in boroughs two point one in the state of texas. So it's one out of every fifteen feels like against the right math but thank you to you guys again. There was not much bickering. Hassling anything else and They paid very very quickly. That was the only thing that has allowed us to move back in somewhat decent time. There's a lot of other people who Who lost the same amount or had damage and and they're still not done so that's why in this whole thing people would be like. Oh my gosh. i'm so sorry. I'm like literally i cannot complain stated beach house. My house got fixed. It was fairly easy easier than the pool again. Not going to go on a white woman breakdown short. But i feel like i am on on the verge of one close. Y- i mean look throughout this four months. The biggest thing for me was the travel where it really kick my ass this morning. You were an mvp getting the kids up and everything else. I'd flown to from north carolina to get with you guys all the way back on friday nights flight was delayed five hundred times on american cancelled and all that other stuff throughout the week. That's why we all audio only. I had five flights canceled last week. And there was no problem whatsoever. Weatherwise wise or anything else and it was the classic or whatever it was ironically. The only airline that i've taken this year that has been on time and not missed. Fucking spirit dude. I love spirit. You guys know that. I like it dark in the cabinet if you know what i mean like spirit what. I don't like the lights with the shades. i put the shades. I notice what's yours yours. I don't know what you're what what you're thinking. But i still i like spirit. They take care of you. They're fun flirty. Keep it loose right. they do. I don't think on spirit one time we got like mac. Sir ma'am thing do it. They kept it going. They kept alcohol by the way flowing. Time so we flew back from the logan. Paul mayweather fights last night. Jared you did and then on georgia while trying to upload the chocolate l. post fight episode standing in line for spirit. The students comes up to him and says gussie your boarding. Pass me the extra sixty five for that. Carry on bag. You got right there. So i go over that. See that credit card real. I've actually had acting and had a little bit of a white woman breakdown down to like. Are you throwing the credit card. They're like i'm still going to charge it and pepperidge farm remembers when fifty pounds of what you're allowed on your check back down to forty now so georgia had the plus thirty five extra on that. So he is the cool hun. Del addison invoice will pay it. You okay okay. But it's just like he just didn't want us like praising spirit too much because sure absolutely right. That did happen to me too. And i was like what the fuck you let me get all the way here. Basically right it's like. I had those same bags when i was at the counter. And you let me go all the way through. And then before. I'm about to get on. I think trays wise works usa. By the way. Vanessa shut up shut up. There was a bunch of people in the chat. Sorry a bunch of people in the chad who are like dude. A lot of the work for usa for real men. You guys are the best in the biz. Yes i'm not gonna look time-wise they've not they've been on time. I have not missile flights and they have direct flights weird places to go to. So whatever am i a little bit sunbird. You bet you bet you bet your sweet ass i am. I was at last week. We had the North carolina tried to get as much sun as i could because we have a ton of shows coming up with huge people. Daddy's got to get a little sun. Because i know i'm not getting any for for a while. Probably we got a bunch guests coming in and a bunch of fun openings and In austin is kicking off you. And i are taking the child to the very first soccer game here in a couple of weeks. So yeah we got. We got a bunch of big shows a believer. We're shipping these guys outs for. Ufc fight this weekend and there's tons of stuff going on so we're amped. i just. I knew i wasn't going to let it burn. Let it burn. Face gotta gotta get some form of base but not bad. It's it's not bad. We got some fun flirty lights in here too. That are nice. So i could be it but i was like i'm really you are but i'm looking good You look great. It's it's it's the lights and the camera. It's your super hot and you keep getting hotter. No it's like Yeah yeah it's all cameras and lights you keep getting hotter. I think the boys for that. Yeah can't keep getting honor. My my son was disappointed about He goes dad. Did you go see logan pauline. You didn't take me. Yeah a buddy. It started at midnight so it was know a little later and it was on a sunday. And now you can go to the next one for sure but yeah it's crazy. How a seven year old. Even that crossover to that fight crossover. Two seven year olds. You're just like amazing. Yeah yeah yeah. That stadium is just not miami. Just cannot figure it out you no had to walk. A good country might talked about around drinking bros. Last night's papa john. I got deep into the grand slam witch. Whoa so that was a denny's did anyone get moon moons over miami or is that done now no no. I don't know asa just wanted sandwiches for the uber. So it was fine out to my buddy. David van sant. He'd texts me he was. He was a casino where the after party on. The stuff was. Because hey you coming was like no. I get an early flight. Him at denny's so i love you van sant next time.
"usaa" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Dot com boy line. Yeah yes you do. A fumble drugs in your system. We're back made it i. Yeah man. I so numerous bits newnan texas okay. So it's noon somewhere but they know how fast and loose we play man. I am who. I am feeling it today. Jabes we got. Everybody moved back to texas. Kids are moved back. Your move back. We were physically all living in the same house together for the first time in four months. I wanna say thank you to usa. That's there's a reason why there's a title of the show. They're not a sponsor. I have been with them for twenty years. Something like that obviously. It's a military insurance most my family's military so it gets passed down through the generations to two other kids. My my grandparents had its to benefit from their sacrifice. Excel exactly but then my parents had it and then then it came down to me. Obviously i was not the military however most of my family was and my grandfather said this to me said look. I was sixteen years old or something like that. He was just like look you. As as the premiums going to be tad higher it goes. I promise you you will go through something awful in your life. That require this insurance and he goes they will not let you down and they will be there right away when the insurance adjuster called me personally. We chatted a little bits. And and i said look man. This is a big job. It ended up being two hundred eighteen thousand dollars in damage to the house. You could see the studs through the thing. And if if mike Boskovich is in here key can attest to that. And they said it was gonna take probably four to six months. Came in on the low end. The other part about this was they said sir. We realized what you're going through. You probably don't have any clothes. And you need a place to live and all that other stuff and blah blah blah. They check within forty eight hours. They paid for everything in record time. I did not have to haggle with him. I did not have to fight with them. When when i lost that house in hurricane. Sandy in two thousand eleven or whatever. It was a mom and pop insurance. Went bankrupt And they ran out of there like it was boiler room like the end of the movie. Boiler room physically saw her lebron. Yeah to how you bruin. What was the insurance company called. No i don't even remember literally called mom and pop and pop and then p. and concerns and so i didn't have a choice because us aid and ensure along the shoreline and I understand with with hurricanes and everything. Smart business decision. But i said look if you guys come through. I will praise your name on air. We've gone after people on the show who've done shitty jobs or shitty things in our school system or with carpet or whatever it is but also praise people and again not a sponsor but god damn. That was the best insurance of all time. They took care of everything you know. The four month thing was with with the c. That's that's it. And even he was great like look the finished on time from made a decent chunk of change for himself but a story. I know but we do always say you. You get what you pay for. Look you do great work and you're really quick. You're going to get paid to do that. Yeah right like that's just how it goes knicks. You and my phone. Just go to the contacts in type in usa there was a guy who was the insurance adjuster who helped me calendars to go to hang..
Want to Talk About Video Games?
"That everyone who listens to talking tech knows you and i like video games. But there's so many games out there. We can't get to them all let alone do a deep dive on them right. Yes absolutely so. One of our editors josh avera came up with this idea of giving readers forum at usa today to talk about a beloved game or anything else in video games. They're passionate about so you can go to tech dot. Usaa dot com. Go to video games and one of the examples of this is a story about microtransactions written by it professional leaf morganson. If you play video games you've likely come. Across a micro transaction is basically. When you're in the middle of a game and you get a prompt that asks you if you want to pay say dollar or two dollars or more for suffolk virtual money or upgrades to your character. Now as leaf points out you can usually earn virtual credit in the game to pay for those things. But if you're like me or fear like other players you might not be as patient One example he brings up is a sports video game and with a lot of the sports video games. They have a mode where you can create your own player and say do this in the nba. And you can start from rookie season and work your way up in as you play each game you'll build up your skills and you'll get better and better so you might start out like with a sixty rating out of one hundred but in order to have a player that can be competitive. You might want to get it up to eighty five or ninety or something like that so trying to grind that out and get to that level can take a while you have to play a lot of games and it can take depending on how much time. You're spending several weeks a month. How retakes or you can spend money. And that means that you know in on top of the money you may have spent on a console game for example like sixty dollars or seventy. If you're on next gen you're talking about paying way more for video game than you expected so in this story leaf admits that he pays his way sometimes but suggests you get more out of earning your experience and at the same time giving game companies all your money by trying to develop your character naturally instead of using it with your dollars.
"usaa" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"Coke really showed us that our our model works that that being in a tight reaction of listener partner act in bringing big collaborative partners. Everyone from usaa to other nonprofit partners like military child vegetation collision getting people to work together to solve problems in real time for the real people as they're experiencing them that's a super motivating thing to do this fire coming on. Welcome to the military veteran. Dad podcast where it is our mission debris every dead home. I'm your host ben. coy. I'm united states marine veteran husband and a father we will bring authentic conversations to inspire action your life so we can close the gap between the dad. You are today in the dad. You wanna be tomorrow. This is the military veteran dad. Podcast number.
USAA reverses course on seizing federal stimulus checks
"Those stimulus checks from Uncle Sam will no longer be seized by a financial institution serving military families USAA came under criticism after reports surfaced it was taking stimulus checks to cover member debts and account balances at Birsa company defended the Caesars saying they were allowed under federal law after an outcry USADA announced it would suspend the practice in response time less money to affected members a
Google says goodbye to telemarketers?
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. With wicks, you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your professional website today. So Google had big event to show up new phones, tablets and other stuff in what really got us interested was Google's plan to scare away telemarketers house, not gonna work. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech and I am joined by my USA today colleagues, Edward seabed, and ally Blumenthal who covered the event. And I just want to start with Ed explain it my friend tell everybody how this is going to work l. basically, the idea is that when you get a call safe from a number, you don't recognize an actually. You could even use it for number. You do recognize you can actually Chapa button that will initiate this call screen feature on the latest pixel phone the pixel three and it will just as the name suggests screen that call and the caller will actually hear an automated message. Basically telling them that that there's a screening service from Google of that's screening and they can as they leave a message. If they leave a message in real time, you'll actually see transcription of that message. And then you obviously can decide whether we actually want to answer the phone or not who you LA, you tweeted that you thought this was the biggest news of the day and in pretty groundbreaking, why do you feel that way? Oh, well, ironically enough flaws at Google of I got a call from somebody who spam the first half of my phone number, including my area code in the first three digits as I'm sure many people out there have received probably even whenever they're listening to us, so it hits home in. It's something that's been a real problem for the entire cell phone industry for manufacturers carriers or anyone who uses a phone because it's frustrating and everybody uses everybody phone and everybody seems to be victims of these hyper spam calls do nothing but frustrate interrupt your day in what you're doing. So anything that can help win this fight against spammers hell marketers. It is interesting in my book. The other way you can use this feature with to it's, you know, and you might wanna use that if you're tied up and you hear the actual transcription of whatever the message is right apple on its own transcribes, voicemails. This will let you do it in real time. So transcribing voicemails opposed to just sending a text message or transforming causes to text message. I don't know if you'd prefer one or the other, but if you're in a meeting or class and you see a call from a significant other or loved one, it will let you see if at port, right, exactly. Let you see if this thing is you need to stop it. You're doing an answer or if it's just someone checking in aren't. So this is available as an exclusive on the pixel phone started nine of the ninety. Nine eight nine for the larger of three x. l. Ozone's will be able on Baraza, but also unlocked from Google in Iran, goodbye. Telemarketers we hope. Alive Blumenthal in the bay. Thanks for filling us in on talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day, be sure to subscribe to the show an apple podcast favorite show and Stitcher, which helps more people find the show stick with USA day for the latest go to USAA dot com. Slash tech and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running, you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks. You can create your own professional website, right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile, and it takes less than five minutes. Plus you can do it with one hand, so it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's w. i. x. dot com. And create your very own beautiful professional website today.
Flight attendants call for action in response to study that finds the job comes with high cancer risk
"Solidly conservative body for decades the president said that a search for kennedy's replacement would begin immediately hopefully we're going to pick somebody who will be as outstanding president has a list of twenty five potential supreme court nominees senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said he saw no reason why a new justice couldn't be confirmed before the november midterm election immigration reform is going nowhere after a second build tanked in the house yesterday the measure billed as a moderate compromise was soundly rejected with over one hundred republicans joining democrats in voting against it any immigration bill from the house would have faced an even steeper climb in the closely divided senate in washington dc sixteen and seventeen year olds could become the youngest voters in the next presidential election the dc council is considering lowering the voting age to sixteen the capital would be the first municipality in the country to allow minors to vote for president warning has been issued for flight attendants said he says airline cabin crew members are at a higher risk of cancer the numbers among female flight attendants were especially alarming fifty percent higher rates of breast cancer than the general population and the rate of skin cancer was three hundred percent higher there could be a number of reasons for the high cancer rates increased radiation exposure at high altitudes could be the main culprit but also jetlag exposure to chemicals in jet fuel and flame retardants the flight attendants union is calling the study's results unacceptable a skateboarder is in critical condition after being run over by a hit and run vehicle a man in his twenties was on his skateboard on jones malts burger outside of mcallister park when vehicle rammed into him from behind then sped off the victim was found by a passerby sprawled in the middle of the street police say his injuries are considered life threatening nobody saw the vehicle that hit him wells fargo is getting lawyered up to defend itself against patent infringement lawsuit filed this month by san antonio based usaa the financial services and insurance company claims wells fargo's infringing on several.
Parkland students begin nationwide tour at Chicago rally
"Of the stories we're following at news radio twelve hundred w away i former trump campaign chief paul manafort's spending the night in jail after his bail was revoked on friday judge amy berman jackson said manafort's alleged attempted witness tampering constitutes a danger to the integrity of the court manafort i indicted by special counsel robert muller in october for conspiracy and money laundering he's been under house arrest since then the march for our lives campaign is hitting the road and former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords who survived a mass shooting in twenty eleven is on board student anti gun violence activists prompted by the deadly parkland florida florida's school shooting kicking off a coast to coast bus tour on friday it's called road to change they'll be encouraging young people to register to vote on a fifty stop tour it began last night in chicago and locally six veterans three from the us and three from the united kingdom all of whom were wounded in iraq or afghanistan or stopping at the alamo oh today as part of a walk across the country to support mental health programs for veterans they're stopping at the alamo today take a day off tomorrow then visit with veterans at usaa on monday before heading east toward houston breaking news on the hour at.