23 Burst results for "Vesa"

"vesa" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

03:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"vesa" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"I'm rich trophy. Nikkei Asia sources say Nintendo expects switch sales to decrease 10% from its fiscal 2021 estimated at around 20 million units in 2022. Demand for the console remains solid, but semiconductor shortage and logistics disruptions have hampered production. Switch sales peaked in Nintendo's fiscal 2020 with 28.83 million units. The European Commission charged apple with abusing its dominant market position with Apple Pay, taking issue with Apple preventing other mobile wallet app developers from accessing NFC and other relevant hardware. If found guilty, applewood phase of fine linked to how much it charges for its mobile wallet services. Intel CEO pat gelsinger said the company believes the ongoing semiconductor shortage will drift into 2024. Intel previously estimated the shortage would ease next year, but gelsinger said the shortages have impacted chip making equipment, making ramping up new factories more challenging. The video electronics standards association or Visa announced new performance standards for variable refresh rate displays. Visa added the adaptive sync specification for variable refresh rate capabilities in DisplayPort monitors back in 2014. These new standards are meant to certify a monitor proficiency implements it. The adaptive sync standard is meant for high end gaming displays while the media sync standard has lower tolerances for media consumption. Apple published a developer update clarifying its policy on removing outdated apps. Apple remove apps that have not been updated in three years and which have not been downloaded at all or extremely few times during a rolling 12 month period. Apple will email developers about apps facing removal, giving them 90 days to update the app or appeal the decision. 9 to 5 Google sources say the upcoming Google pixel watch will contain a 300 milliamp hour battery and will include models with cellular connectivity. 9 to 5 Google node Samsung's galaxy watch four includes a 247 milliamp hour battery, and is quoted with a 40 hour runtime using wear OS three. LEGO CEO nels Christensen said the company plans to triple its number of software engineers to 1800 and increased software investments to several hundreds of billions of dollars. The company said one possibility with this increased investment could be to start building our own games. The Wall Street Journal sources say that from 2017 through 2020, precise location data on millions of grindr users were collected from a digital ad network and offered for sale. This data did not include personal information like names or phone numbers. Grindr cut off the flow of location data to add networks in 2020, but historical data may still be obtainable. The Spanish government announced that mobile phones belonging to prime minister Pedro Sanchez and defense minister margarita robles were both infected in mid 2021 with NSO group's Pegasus surveillance software. Last month, citizen lab reported that dozens of pro independence catalent figures in Spain were targeted with Pegasus software as well. And as though maintains Pegasus is used by foreign government clients to target serious criminals. During its earnings call, Qualcomm's CEO christiane almond said the company expects arm based Windows laptops using technology from the company nu via in retail channels by late 2023. Former Apple SOC engineers founded Nubia to build arm based server chips and Qualcomm acquired the company in early 2021..

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"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:08 min | 3 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Not. You know, I was joking about I was talking so in Eastern Europe. So international women's days, march 8th, right? It's very big over there. But then there's also Valentine's Day on the 14th of February. So I was like, 14th of February, then march 8th, three weeks later, is like another Valentine's Day to them. So if you date an Eastern European woman, it is extra expensive, I was saying what? Women's international women's day is march 8th and I go, well, that's funny because international men's days is March 9th through March 7th. March 9th. Yeah. The whole year around. Oh, God. 364 days a year. I think that you should read this listener feedback from west because he's an Ozzy. Go ahead and give it to us. Did I fellas? Aussie west hearing was Australia once a free and wonderful place. Now full of clowns run by a communist clown who was locked everyone down and locked us in. Mcclellan as he is referred to by those in the know has created a dystopian Paradise full of complacent non thinkers. Riding in as your last part with Erica, you're suggested. It's only ever the wings who email winters. They win. The whiners are the winners. No winters. The winter. Yeah, people whinge. Okay, oh, the wind is who email. So I hear your call and I'm responding with two thumbs up. You guys are in my wait for release top podcast list. And on the extra thumb up for all the occasional inappropriate comments, I've now got Puerto Rico on my research list of places to escape to. Keep up the great work, much appreciated west. You. Whatever, whatever that is. So he has three thumbs. Three. Yeah, he's like a mutant Aussie guy. Thanks Wes. We appreciate that. And on cue exactly as predicted, we have a three star review from rip head and he wrote lots of dumb jokes..

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"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"They totally understand what it is you're creating and building. And we're just pleased to call you an OG of the space. You are a visionary and a pioneer in a super nice guy, too. Listen, it means the world to me that we're Friends. I mean, I remember the first episode that we recorded together. I was super nervous coming on. I couldn't believe that among my favorite podcast like voices, all of a sudden, I wasn't just listening to them. I was hearing you guys talk to me. I was nervous and I was new to this whole public speaking thing and whatever and you guys gave me a platform to come on and do this collaboration and it really means the world to me. So mutual admiration club is what I'm saying. I get nervous every time I talk to Travis. Not for the same reasons. He just makes me fuck Travis gonna say, and I drop a mom. You know, you happy Travis or Robbie Travis? Happy Travis is 8 90% of the time. Yeah, then there's like 9% grumpy ass Travis. Yeah. I want you to show off your friend here that you have off to the side for our viewers. He's an alpaca that I picked up from Bulgaria from my travels there and we sort of realized that he has a bit of a cocaine problem. He's a bit of a party animal. He lives at night. He really just he's trying to find spirituality. He's trying to find peace and we just had to adopt him so that we can sort of help him on his journey to recovery and integration into the world a little bit better. He relapses sometimes. He's a bit of a tough cookie that way, but we have faith in him. So he's with us. He looks amazing. That is really cute. Actually, I learned recently that John alpaca Lennon and alpaca Elton John over there wrote whatever gets you through the night. And together, and that was the number one song. That was alpaca John's first number one song after the albums..

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"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"What is the tokenization? What is the utility? So I would say what is most missing from art at the moment is the actual language of art because people haven't really been doing substantial language inside of art, so even in the NFT space in the fine art realm of it, most people are really just looking for, so what kind of utility does this have? Because most people don't read the art itself. And that's been a little frustrating for me. That's why I built the NFT art car thing with doctor marwan because you essentially you have it all. You have the substance storytelling art of Bitcoin and the whole crypto space. You have a physical object that is valuable. You have these new things like the cars and the races and the all of these different things that you can stack value on top of each other, and one of the cool things that I thought of as well is that we could do incentivization in a way that to this whole bundle eventually, some DeFi coins could be attached. And if you sell the whole bundle away and you sell it before, let's say 5 years, then you also have to let go of the coins. That you don't even get possession of those coins unless if you become a HODLer of those assets. So this is what it's really about for me. It's like because always when you're clashing with people and their ideologies and their internal map or whatever it is, you just end up pissing off everyone. So I'm trying to find honestly as much common ground with people as they are to see that the world is so much larger than we're currently experiencing it. And here's another really cool thing about the metaverse. I mean, with regards to this sort of race and gender and all this kind of stuff. And I see some of validity to it. It's like there's points that have been made that are actually great, but what's even better is to have some sort of a solution, which in this particular case is that you have people in the metaverse that have boom boxes for heads. They have rockets behind them and they have green shoot legs or bodies in their aliens or whatever they are. So the actual constraints of what we can't really change here in the world. I'm a straight white guy, so I might as well be a demon to the majority of the art world just because of how I look instead of what my actual values are and what I'm trying to do in this way. So I find myself in a conundrum with it as well, but now in the metaverse, all of a sudden you can have a, let's say an old white MIT professor or someone and you can have a poor kid from India that just has access to this world for some reason..

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"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"I should start working. This is the. Living version of your piece refresh. Look at that. Dude, that's badass how it works even on the screen there. So you don't actually have to be at the physical location to get that extra element you can play around with that on right there on your phone that's beautiful. Yeah. I'm turning the audio down. Like I send you a video a little later of how it's working because at least it's jarring for me here. Yeah, that's zoom for you, but it looks really sweet here on your phone. So we'll put a link to that in the show notes as well. You guys can go download the art vive app for free and then point it at some art and watch it come alive. It kind of reminds me. You showed me that those models. It was just like something weird, it was like a it's like he's shying your phone on the wine bottle. It's called living wine labels and it worked with The Walking Dead, some berenger wines and the 19 crimes. They really leveled up too. The 19 crimes one. They've gone from just the face talking to when you scan over it now it's like they act out, you know. It's like a story. Then had guillotine as head got chopped off and it was like, what? Like, this is the ridiculous. This is like Joey's last video. It's the last video that I sent you on telegram, which is the sort of zoan trailer. Okay, let me pull the horse in it. Yeah. At the one all right, let me pull that up here. We'll get a look at this together. So we can see this and talk about what we're looking at here. Okay, so this is the trailer for the zone metaverse called cornerstone land. I think the website is cornerstone land..

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"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Big shout out to the team who was kind enough to build this with me with my particular kind of sometimes a little anal requests on how I want the whole place to function and look with the limitations that you have in these kinds of pixel resolutions and things. Wow, these are all your artworks. Yeah, yeah, the whole thing. That's beautiful, man. What an amazing sort of a tribute and testament to the stuff that you've done so far on blockchain. Like, man, you got some of the top blockchain and AR VR people in the world working with you and this elevating your art to that next level, man. This is incredible. This is an unbelievably beautiful. Totally minimum. I mean, this is the thing is the same as the brotherhood with you guys when we connected. I'm like, all right, so these are Friends for life. This is what keeps happening in blockchain and it's never happened to me before. I tried hanging out with the hippies. I tried hanging out with the entrepreneurs, and there was always something missing. There was only an in blockchain what I found is that you have people who are not only thinking about the bottom line. They want to change the world, they are usually good hearted. They want to innovate. They do the entrepreneurship and they have resources and they're of course interested in money because money is energy, and you need that energy, but it's this whole package that comes together in crypto, that I just feel like I fit in like a glove. I'm really glad you found your home in this space. And I figured out, I think this is going to work here for those of you who are watching the video you're going to see, but I've got the reflector app set up on the video. And I got the art vivo and you should, if I can get this working right here, I need to get this out of the way if I point this, there we go..

"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"And then we didn't even know to whom we're going to contribute that artwork then because we kind of changed from a different charity to another. And then Blake grizzle, the great awesome dude lawyer from litecoin foundation. He said that there's this charity in Texas that is a women's shelter. That's been running for like 30 40 years or something, and they chose to start accepting crypto that this might be eventually the location and he'd opened them crypto wallets and everything so that the way that because we're still aiming to make this that this is probably the longest running artwork crypto art artwork and NFT that in the history of this whole space. I mean, you tell me another artwork that has been kind of ongoing or three and a half years and it's still not finished. Is that an NFT also? It's originally a digital file, and that it was compiled. So the process really is that I paint, I photograph, I sometimes body paint people and photograph the process and then I put it together with Photoshop. So the original file is a high resolution Photoshop file, and then I printed it and painted on top of it. So what the buyer will eventually get is this physical version of one of one that has all of these physical signatures. And then the NFT that has the digital signatures. So that's kind of really the combination. It's two artworks and one and they're kind of glued together, really. I think you need to take a new picture of it to update for the website here, right? Because it doesn't have a lot of the signatures. That are on it now. It should be quite. Is this recent? Yeah. I'm not sure though. Well, it's here. I can point to it an, and CZ were the last ones to sign and those were particularly cool. Those happened in Dubai a while ago. What about, you know, it's like, it's almost like you could fractional, you can make these NFTs, you could make 21 of them or something and then have the main one of one. The main one go with the art. And then those other pieces that could be generated as well, 'cause I know I'd love to have an NFT of the bad one 30 blood on the podcast floor. That's badass. So it's like he could almost create more of that one after the art is sold, maybe confer with the new owner of the piece whenever and then decide if you want to create additional ones 'cause I know there'd be a lot of other people in that. That's a way that could generate additional revenue for charity. Yeah, the fractional ownership is a really cool concept and it would really work for this piece as well, especially the NFT part. But I think we should just at some point have an hour long brainstorming session just between us of what we could truly achieve with this, ultimately, when the signatures are kind of done and we decide that, okay, this is closed now. And now it's time to kind of go to town with it. But by that time I should have had a couple of pieces on Sotheby's and things like that, there's a collaboration now happening with this gallery here called arts galore, was a great relationship with them. So I should get maybe some of these art cars and maybe some NFTs there..

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"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"So I think you have to have some of the shenanigans, but really where it comes from is that I come from a cold country. I mean, there's probably -5°C there and so much snow that Helsinki doesn't know what to do with it currently. So I'm kind of used to the cold. I'm just coming out of my shell here in Dubai and starting to change the television fire set fireplace into now like calming water and this kind of thing because it's finally like the body is starting to come out of ice box mode. Well, congratulations you're recently married, and thank you. Very, very happy for you. He's got a whole lot of love. Yeah, he does. A whole lot of love. I see what you did there. That's nice. Why did you leave Finland for Dubai? 'cause this is quickly becoming the crypto hub of potentially the world. I mean, the only other city that I could think of is probably Miami, but Miami is in the U.S. and in terms of like no matter what you think of the sort of idea of United Nations, it's quite far away in a certain kind of feel in Miami is Miami. It has a certain kind of vibe. And I think Dubai for this business and relaxed and they're really like pushing the legislation and they move fast with this kind of stuff because essentially what I learned from a couple of conversations here because I've been coming here now for a little over a year and I spent maybe three months altogether here last year, and what people told me is that Dubai doesn't really have money. It's more like it relies on innovation and speed and ideas and execution, whereas it's Oman and Abu Dhabi and those sort of surrounding areas that have all the oil money and the Saudi guys and this kind of thing. So this is why they always are super keen on doing innovation. They're super fast to react to things. And it really shows here. I mean, the warmth, of course, helps, but people are really warm and they're dynamic. And you know some of the general perceptions I suppose with Dubai as well is that it's full of these Botox lips type of blondes and this kind of thing. And I barely see it at all. It is here, but because I suppose I'm in the crypto bubble as well. I just come across really genuine cool individuals. I come across people with inspired conversations. Just Bitcoin lips. That's all you're seeing. Yeah, and I'm here with Christoph, DJ musician friend here. We're just composing a soundtrack to an NFT thing that we're doing together..

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"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Us how quickly time has flown by. And when I spoke to my friend vezel last week, I discovered it had been almost four years since he first came on this show to discuss art on the blockchain. So we thought it was a great time to invite him back to see what's changed and what stayed the same. We get into some deep stuff about the nature of art and how NFTs are changing the game. One pill makes you larger and one pill makes you small. Take them both and you end up just where you started. There, I've created derivative art with my words. And now we're going to create more art words with our friend vesa on this artsy fartsy episode number 588 of the bad crypto podcast. Who's that? Welcome to the show gang. Says the bank crypto podcast show Tom and Travis right here for me. Oh, I just farted out some art. Well, you know, some of the stuff out there. I think beza would agree that it looks like somebody just farted out art. A.

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"vesa" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

06:30 min | 8 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on TechFan

"Sony there's no way that it's insane He also came back and was asking about visa. Amount I i don't know if he's bought it yet or or or even what tv. So john you gotta philipson. In fact john you know shy look. Let's do this john. You already know how to record and send audio used to do it on. My mac podcast. You did here on tech way back in the day. Pull at your phone send us an audio will drop it right in the show and We can hear your your your voice. I haven't heard your voice them forever. Man said a citizen audio of exactly what you did what you bought what you paid. And what your impressions are. We just gave nemo homework. So so guess what. Guess what the top search on google when you click in. I've got five. Tv on in google books here when you click on and off as you other suggestions what public other people have awful. The first top suggestion is fox. Tv only uk. So i guess people want to know when this coming here number. You're not getting now. i'm on your phone. Be the white tents. Amazon is that they launched something in the us and after about six seven months than they still talking about launching it here. So i guess guess next if they're successful then we'll see these come come here. L. let's be honest you know. What's the advantage over those that roku nothing not really a rookie. Who focus tv. You can still have the amazon apple on their and son yes. The higher ones have voice of of so you can talk to them so a lot features a becoming you because i guess if you this will advance you you really all in on the amazon ecosystem. So if you do have echoes. Love the house. This is gonna fit in very slightly better but you know if you need to. Tv today in the k. And you can't get it ones. Yeah i don't. I don't think you're missing anything early. What's what's interesting with. The roku is that. I've seen that roku do this thing. That sound ball with the roku bill in. And that's kind of interesting because one of the one of the downsides these cheat tv's recommending. They often have really crappy sound. And so you know achieve sound bar what we did without tv we have a is a jv see tv but actually is not really see they one of the department stores here in the uk kind of did a deal with the to use the jvc brand pawn on the stuff they sell and so it's not a proper jv. He goes jimmy website. You won't find these things that they made in turkey by somebody on the jbc name on for brand recognition. And you know it's a fine tv. As as i think it's a four t seven something like that inch. Tv it was fine. It does it. Does everything we need. So we've brought an apple. Tv plugged into it for smarts because there is a few years old now and this is the three year old tv but the problem when we had when we when we start using it in our kitchen where we will not watch a lot time. Is that old. You just send a terrible so we picked up you know kind of as seventy dollar samba from You know. I can't even remember which brand is doesn't matter. Oh and he doesn't matter because you know what we we not looking for dolby. Five point one audio on this thing we just looking slightly better sound and want to hear what the actors were saying right. Exactly yeah. i'm this sounds night day. I mean it's it's it's it's like going from from type two two cd in terms of the quality the sound is just. It's just is so much so an it's plugged into the tv. Voracious might say it automatically switches over when you start using the tv anytime that goes wrong and it stops working. And you have to reboot it. You're not straight why you got wilson sound announcing he now sounds like it's coming out from the back of the fridge and we have on our big tv. I think it's a. I don't know what it is fifty. Five inch maybe tcl. It's a roku. I've got a sound bar on it. We lived with it for about two months with the sound on the tv itself. And i just. I couldn't take it anymore. Yeah when i can't hear like the music and the dialogue was at the same volume. There's no separation. I couldn't hear anything so we just went out and bought a. Oh maybe a two hundred dollar sound bar in it while the differences night and day. Now i'll be honest with you back when i had you know a great big the first generation. Hdtv's which was still A tube tv if you will. Yeah a. c. t. crt I had a killer stereo system. Awesome speakers surround sound. I have yet to reproduce that level of quality with the sound bar. But i take so much less space than that's more important to me now than you know. Pitch perfect audio. I don't need that when i'm watching a movie in there. Anybody who's listening to this show. Who is thinking. The may be win win. This is not great recommendation these. Tv's will definitely understand. That sounds is definitely the floor in our in our approach. And i'm sure a lot. Those people are thinking. God i would not. I wouldn't use a sound bar. Because sam balls a like the poor white trash of Of the tv world. It's like you know really looked down on because everyone says well. They don't really dig fulfill the promise they promised to give you full five point one audio and but that's not what we want. Yes i completely agree. Div you want proper movie great surround sound then you need to have a proper system with speak because all around and all of that but you know that that's great if you have a dedicated living room we can spend the time. Speaks in place where you want and run in the cabling and all of lot law. People don't want that they just want something as you say that that's pleasantly audible from the. Tv has a bit of volume two. If you want to crank it up you know. But they're not. they're not looking for the full movie experience. And that's when the sound bar really helps you out. And as i say with a roku sambo you can get the The decent app experience star built in.

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"vesa" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

08:16 min | 8 months ago

"vesa" Discussed on TechFan

"Oh yeah i can read it I just clicked with linked to see the one. He is the one he won. He's gone looks very similar to the one. I have but there are different brands different. His in his he got his over a year ago. So he goes. Hey guys heard talk about one. This call play as you may remember. I tried one a while back. That didn't live up to expectations the on but lookout for something that works about two months ago i saw this amazon decides to give it a try and then this is a new one. This is the drive drive. Link see to see play to add. I'm happy to say i'm still using it. Is it perfect. No however sites very close every now and again. There is a graphic glitch and that puts a solid block around the text of an icon but swiping. The screen gets rid of it. There is a slight delay when pushing icons there isn't ice pool until you look for it but it does not affect functionality. It's all which is exactly what you just said. Yeah i don't think. I don't notice minority icons boss boss could look harder But but yeah with with me. It's just the audio track controls. Surprisingly he says. I'm very happy with that. And love hopping in the car or not. Say the phone out my parking connected to the cable drugs. Work is under ten minutes. These days wouldn't even bala connect to my phone's the cable for dr that short with this i don't even think about it until apple releases a solution which will they will have to. The poor. Phone room has come true one day. This will do so. Yeah i mean. I'm i'm with you donnie. That's exactly the thing for me. As a thing on talked about in the show before i tend to keep my finding my pocket wherever i go and so if i plug the phone into the car than i will often when i count car forget. It's there and leave it behind the comeback all. I hope it doesn't get solan so for me having complex come up immediately just means i'm using complel- the time now. I'm very happy with that. He means it's nice to be able to choose a podcast and listen. Say without having to do that on my watch. I'm driving down the road. Which i should do. And that's what i've been doing up until now and now. I don't need to do any of them because i can use cop lights control everything i get you get all the other stuff. Of course leeann sends me a text message. Siri will read the out to me I never usable doing that before. Because she was used to get the on-driving. Don't disturb me. Gatien you don't get that when you connect to be copley because knows it can present the message safely yeah really pleased with it and Good recommendation and so. It sounds like we've got another one if the one the one that we've talked about doesn't work for you the maybe you could try and this other one donny's got I guess the only thing that The maybe we can't really effectively tests for is whether the The something about wyckoff plays implemented in your particular car neo particular had unit that might make the performance. These things different between different vehicles. Ish might get yes. Well supposed to be I think that all of these competing brands are probably using the same Sock chip system on a chip So i think they all probably perform very similarly. I'm still the reason i gave mine. Away is the forty minute. One way drive. I like plugging my phone in my my biggest issues where i put my phone when i plug it in. Sometimes they i have a magnetic mount can mount it right there and i kind of like that. But it's on event and that's not too bad when it's cold. It's hot outside. And i got the ac running quite a different story. When it's hot. And i'm blowing heat all over my iphone. That doesn't sound very nice. I don't know i. I can get another one if i want. And it won't cost me anything but i don't know i it. It just doesn't fit. How i am using apple carplay. Yeah because i'd rather my phone charging up rather than using those. Yeah and i've been in that position to as i mentioned before in my life and eleven. The batteries is getting close to eighty percent now and definitely noticed the shortage in power. By what i do is if i want to charge my phone. Why still use the worst carplay. I don't to disconnect. This box is on the size of Connoisseurs of mall toy box every big. And that's just a little short cable. It goes the usb socket in the front my dash and then it goes into low. There's a little receptacle underneath where you can leave pens and things in there. I don't want to disconnect it. When i want to reconnect my phone so what i do is use the second. Usb port my car that urge only yeah and i just have long cable coming out in that sun and that's that's in the armrest so anytime want charge my phone Then then i just pull the cable advantage and charge the phone on that. And that means. I'm not fiddling with the With the cop like a connection and that that was flying Speaking of your battery getting a little low on your iphone apple had an event this week. Yup which i did not and don't even care to watch the well. We'll i watch. I sat down. What should we. The kids You know it's look a nowadays these events you know what to expect here And it was very much what we expected the usual bit of kind of rubbish at the star. That was a bit in the middle with fitness. Plus that conner didn't really do anything for anybody But you know it's about the product reveals and they have lots of sweeping cameras and drone cameras and things like that. Now they they. This time they kind of they really content in california thing so every every year california. Really don't give a shit. Well yeah this is the thing so this this year what they deserve every presents it was presenting in a different place in california with the virtual screen behind them so they had somebody some bandstand. Somebody on the dock You know yeah and these role locations in california. We get california's peaceful You know do they have any forest fires. The homeless people this time known law. So it's not really the california experience is It's a it's a idealized could be the would choose but anyway enough about the presentation is a show. The people that work at apple that live in. Rv's all around cupertino no peeing on the sidewalk and know that weird none none. The people who are now working from high madonna. Wanna go casino on So you and i look. Let's be clear. You and i both becoming increasingly frustrated with apple as being the big corporate bad rav the big corporate good they used to be or we felt they east. Maybe they never really were but never really were but the differences they were the underdogs. Yeah exactly and now. They won the richest companies in the world. And sometimes they do some things we feel somewhat distasted and working and we're going to get so Products launched the first one was the ipad. The ipad mini which has received an update and offensively. This ipad mini is if he took lassie is ipad. Air four which i bought. And you shrunk it down to mini-size that's what this one is. I don't understand the market for an ipad. Mini to be honest with you If you want something smaller but more tablet just get the iphone. Max right micro i mean but that while the ifa minis not cheap and the max is double the price of a mini so That that what you're going to have a phone anyways so why well. 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How the Olympics Is Working to Be More Environmentally-Friendly

Environment: NPR

02:01 min | 11 months ago

How the Olympics Is Working to Be More Environmentally-Friendly

"Organizers. Have pledged the games will be safe from the pandemic. they also say they'll be environmentally friendly. Npr's anthony kuhn takes a closer look at that claim last month. Grandiose music's welded a ceremony to unveil symbols of olympic sustainability when simple comes courtesy of olympic sponsor procter and gamble stanislav vesa. Ceo of png's. Japan subsidiary introduced the podiums on which athletes will get their medals. The tokyo atlanta twenty podiums are made for use plastic packages directly collected by consumers and then recycled even the gold silver and bronze part of the symbolism. They'll be extracted from recycled cell phones and other gadgets to make the athletes medals but some analysts say the symbolism of sustainability exaggerates the reality unfortunately the data show that stability in all dimensions is decreasing over time from nineteen ninety. Two to twenty twenty. That's fan daniel wolf. At the university of lausanne switzerland he co authored. A study of the sustainability of recent olympic games wolf define sustainable as having limited ecological impact promoting social justice and being economically efficient. These goals he says tend to take a back seat to the ambition to put on dazzling mega events but wolf and some environmental groups. Do give olympic organizers credit for at least trying. Monaco konishi is the climate and energy project leader at wwf japan. She praises the games energy plan. So the extra electricity that is required for the tokyo olympic will be one hundred percent renewable energy and that could be a very good role model for the future olympics. The games will of course still produce carbon emissions. But she says the organizers have already secured more than enough carbon credits to try to offset the greenhouse gases. The games

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"vesa" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"vesa" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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A Conversation on Nigeria's uprising

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:46 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation on Nigeria's uprising

"A video of a man apparently being killed by police goes viral. Protests breakout grow, and spread even internationally. Calls for police reform get better and louder. The police react violently protesters are killed. Off It's too familiar story and this time it's happening across. Nigeria. The focus of the protesters fury, it's a group called the specialist Anti Robbery, squad, or SARS secretive outfit with a long-running reputation for brutality. Stop Stop. Stop killing. It seems clear that Nigeria's people have had enough. President Muhammadu Buhari has already made concessions, but the protest mood hints discontent that stretches far beyond police reform. These have been completely widespread protests taking place in most of the major cities, not least in Lagos, which is the main commercial hub Buju, which is the capital. Jonathan. Rosenthal. Is The economists Africa editor. It is the biggest rising in. Nigeria in a in a very long time. So it seems there was a lot of pent up frustration before this about the police the really has been an and frankly this goes back a very long way that the protests of Tatton's really deep well of anger against the police and in particular against the special entry robbery squad, which was set up in the one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety s many's tackle violent crime in logos. And this has been a particular target because of its brutality people have seen as sort of absolutely faceless and an accountable. Amnesty International looked into it and they found that just in the period between January two, thousand, seventeen may two, thousand and twenty. They found more than eighty cases of abuse torture extra-judicial killings and found that they've been absolutely no accountability no attempts by the Nigerian police force to police itself, and so how has the government responded to all these protests? What you've seen as really two faces of response on the one hand you've had. Quite a violent response by the police of police have fired into protests. We believe the two people have been killed by the police that there will serve reports of police using water cannon, tear gas being protesters, and the like, and the very same time this has been happening. You've had the government's trying to come down almost the side of protest saying that they would dismantle police unit that they would redeploy the offices elsewhere and prison Bahari has has spoken to. This is just one step in our immune. To excessive. Loser. In order not sure that the parameter duty of the police and I look for some agencies. remains. The section of lives and loudly hoods up people. Let's there will be investigations civil society and Human Rights will be involved in this to cry up to bring accountability bring greater oversized to policing in Nigeria, and that seems to be giving the protesters what it is we're looking for. It is a first step of what the protesters want. The they've been I is quite skeptical of the school. There is a very, very long history of. Police violence and police abuse many years people in Nigeria would call special police, units, kill and. Previous protests have been match with with previous promises to reform units and to bring in more accountability. So I think there's a lot of skepticism by protesters about whether the government will follow through. That south has. Has. been dissolved different words to need disbanded and dissolved this year we're not funding for the same lies. Okay. The second issue is that they are are concerned about. The much broader issue of pleasing injustice and rule of law than just this special anti-robbery squad. There are calls for Vesa Training for police officers, much better judicial oversight, and frankly also just better pay better training and more effective policing. In that regard, it seems to be a real echo of what we've seen in America and elsewhere in the world this year. It really has. So when process brockhouse initially in the United States on black lives massive movement, there was a lot of empathy and sympathy within Africa broadly, and one saw both ordinary people and leaders of States speaking out on this issue, the year twenty twenty remembered for the massive groundswell to push back. The frontiers of racism. Under the umbrella. Hashtag black lives matter movement. As a country that has known to well the and wish of institutionalized racism. So Africa supports the demands. Quickly in Africa in the sense that. A lot of civil society groups and just ordinary folk in Africa would see their leaders condemning what is happening in the US and yet. Overseeing police, sources that we're frankly as as violence and dangerous at her across many parts of Africa. There's really been this upwards of support Nachos for black lives matter but turning into into anger at their locally sing. Of course, the SMI- Jaren issues has also taken off. Nigeria has a very large, very, very active, very vocal diasporas. We've seen protests taking place else when that's been brought in some international stars cut each on up a John Vega have been speaking on this issue.

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"vesa" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"vesa" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Yeah, so all that shits fucked up, but also like this so there were pools were apparently have appear on calm waters any warning, so it seems to be like the thing is my perspective to could be like Geely Geo Engineer by aliens. You know what I mean. They WANNA fuck with us and be like fuck I wanted to. Add but like what about like tectonic plates are shifting, or what are they called? There's fucking things in the bottom ocean that like blow up hot air bubbles. If those things like that's true caved. Wouldn't you agree something? I didn't think about that? Because that's actually a good point, because like the tectonic plate, shift and things crack, and it creates a huge open. It sucks dollar so fucking theory that we've talked about which is like a very listened to episode, Our podcast Hala worth the fact that there might be inside the earth another earth and there's a sun in the center of. Revolves around it, which is like they're I like news another. That that supposedly that guy that wrote that book fucking. He knew about shit that we didn't know about. And I don't know if that's true or not. But you know fucking trippy. That would be. Man! There's so much out there like that. We don't know we don't and the thing is. That's why we. have an open mind and. I believe absolutely anything is possible. Anything I'm telling you anything. Tang. Ghosts. Go share with Halloween's coming up so. Do are like I'm so fucking sad like I love Halloween loved dressing up all out. Pay Like fucking whatever hundred bucks getting all the shit together. Yeah and. Like. There's not gonNA. Be Any fucking bars, open or anything we should do just do a podcast and we could all dresser, and then we get film it. On Film. It of all dressed up as stupid shit, I WANNA do the Bruce Campbell thing again. Yeah, that was really good. I WANNA actually be him. Sick like what are they? We should do that for all the fans. Maybe we'll do that for like a small thing will do a good episode, and we'll fucking maybe record some event. Shelby kind of fun. So to get back in those whirlpool, yes, five Soviet bombers discovered over the Black Sea in December, nineteen, forty five, so just after World War. Two ended never to be seen again and nineteen, ninety, nine, hundred ninety agree. Plane Vanished as well. This. Gave Rise to the theory that there is many magnetic anomalies presented that cars electric mail functionless will. That's what the theory is with the Commute Triangle. There's lots of. Different metals. fucking Senate fucks radars, and but a said that nineteen ninety-one, a Russian oil platform broke free. Form from its mooring I. Don't know where the fuck that means because I'm a oil fucking during a morning a morning I don't know the fuck that is and drifted out into the Black Sea so it is kind of fucking. They obviously signed me disconnected something from oil rig because they fucking drill oil in the fucking middle of the ocean, sometimes crazy to me so that that whole rig just? Shit seaside and Shane which is crazy because. Vesa Gatien's allegedly revealed that all eighty workers are missing magic fucking working on the thing in the first place. Like Hey, MOM, child! This oil rig showed. He's like okay. Fun and then. Calling. I'm going to zoom great news like. We're drifting I. Don't see anything. It's all. Bullshit I see some creature. There's a world who. fucking they're bannon. Their possessions and half eat meals where the only evidence they were even on the platform founded the which is fucking crazy, but everyone's disappeared like half eaten fucking meals, so aliens abduct them thing is. Alien for good thing. Maybe they like fuck man man. I feel bad. We've got to do something and they pick them up or like. His The Best Buzzer. Lousy. Thing Life Rafts. liferafts both that too, but any sign flake destruction like a or something like that. For them to like just panic now not that, but that could be because they fucking you never know, but as far as the fact that the your oil rig a fire starts out your fuck pretty much trash is. Bad enough that you have to go Alberta and shit and do oil rig stuff. Yeah and like fuck, man. WanNa do that. So the devil see is called the triangle of the Pacific. It's not difficult to understand why this area off the coast of Tokyo. Tokyo is also known for strange disappearances. Shipwrecks including MVP Derby Shire can tell me that's Russian. Irish, I thought those like a rally. Or something Derby now the fucking. Crazy nowadays, no, no fucking. No state fairs as the states would say, but no fares pairs for his fucking close brand. Fair was okay. Wonderland I want to go to Washington. Man Like I'm actually. Soup I'm glad that the fare didn't come. To town this mayor, because every time it comes shit weather. We actually had sun the whole time and I swear to God it's like. A phenomenon or something that. the Derbyshire that that's a ship. Obviously that went missing the biggest ship ever lost at sea, it was twice the size of the titanic twice the size holy, and that's crazy, and that sorta Chinese ship, obviously the Chinese like to build so the ancient Chinese, believed that there was a huge dragon that lived under the sea, pulling down ships and planes, and munching on them for its sinister feast. Shit! Yeah like in magic I'm sinister and Nana Guinea this ship hotdog. Space scary, but I think oceans would be scary also. Oh, yeah, so. Also some light and space, there's no laid down. Loot there's no oxygen anywhere. Some. Notion either so I. Guess You'd be fucked either way. Some people have reported seeing. Go ships sailing this area. Let's look at that. I. Heard Chinese, or whatever the fuck. Many people have speculated. 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May Spotlight on Mental Health Month

America Trends

08:01 min | 3 years ago

May Spotlight on Mental Health Month

"And may in fact is mental health awareness month. There are some very interesting facts about it too. I know that you probably realize recent decades they've been a spotlight on it in what was the nineties. These books came out about Prozac nation, and people really got honest about. Yes, we have these things you have a mental illness. It's like having a physical illness. Get it treated, you're not embarrassed speak out loud. We have superstars and celebrities who come out and speak freely about it. And maybe that helps us all sort of able to again, be honest. But another other interesting things about it. It's been since a night late nineteen forties. I just found out myself when the first national mental health awareness week was launched. So it's been that long since we've been trying. To put focus on it and Christmas, not a walk. Are we are lucky to have here weekly? She is with the mental health mental health news network. Make sure I got that. Right. Mental health News Radio network. Thank you. Mental health News Radio dot com. And this is a huge network of podcasters that that does include Kristen download our number one hundred seventy countries all around the world, and she just dedicates her life to this. And these are also always so interesting to hear some of these facts Kristen in the nineteen sixties. This campaign was extended to the entire month of may. So again in the sixties, we must have put focus on it again, and where courage to take responsibility for preventing mental illness by making positive lifestyle choices and thought and action and for heaven's sake. As you tell people all the time if necessary get some help or talk to someone and say, maybe talk therapy or meds might be right for you and your situation and -solutely. So. How long let's talk a little bit about you. How long have you been dealing with with this issue and trying to help people and what strives have you seen since then? Oh my gosh. That's a long discussion. Now. We have love to hear what you say. Kristen you do have such a great background. I think you so much and I'd say I'd like to be in this field. I've been working with mental health challenged people since I was probably eight or nine years old. My grandmother was called a foster grandparents, and she was actually an appointment by Nancy Reagan telemetry and she worked with kids down syndrome autism. And other mental health issues, and I was with her after school working with the kids, and I had no idea that was my first installment into the in tier volunteering, but it was and I kept that up throughout my entire life up until forty nine years old. That's pretty amazing Kristin. So this is your grandmother was written up Nancy Reagan's. What was let's get her grandma. Shut out. What was her name? I dream Vesa Audrey Besse, and she was a Nancy Reagan's book called to love child. Yes. Interesting. I'll mazing that. So. Barrett. Is right there. Thank you can throw aren't that? Good. Kristen fantastic. Was this book? Release published your member and guided seventies early eighties late seventies. Yeah. Sounds about. Right. That's precious boil boy to love child, Nancy Reagan, your grandmother, and that's just so prefix that that would be in your family and your legacy and with what you do. Now, you're all over the world where this grandma would be so proud. Yes, she really would be. And you know, it's interesting to hear the labels that are used we need the us labels to define thing. So that we can understand them. And then there's a part of not be labeled that comes with that. But at that time the words that were used to describe people that had down syndrome and other ailments. They were not very friendly. They certainly wouldn't be PC today. They're not worth repeating. But just the awareness of the kind of language we use when it comes to mental health related problems is fantastic. Compared to what it used to be well say there, and this might not be completely applicable both what you're saying now, but just in in media. And culture allowed and you think of movies in the past. You've got one flew over the course nest. Just little things like that. Just just that spark a recognition. This is how them for trade and not everyone who has mental health issues has is a huge spectrum. Ryan absolutely huge sector. It's not everyone needs medication. Some people need medication for a short time in their life to get them throw something and some people need medication for a lifetime and idea behind it. Is there this isn't anymore? Those other people that have these kinds of problems. It's all of us anyone that has taken zanex or an SRI or something like that has struggled with mental health challenge whether temporarily or an ongoing issue with make so much drives in the science and the public understanding when you talk about these people used to talk about. You know, the shock treatments people had to get and those were so severe, but they honestly did help some painful ramifications with those just as with anything and then back in the day. When people went to war, you came back with shell shock and people just left it alone didn't talk they leave him alone. He's got more issue's now after all the things we've been in the recent decades and all our struggles around the world, we have people coming home, and there's so much more of an understanding about it and ways to help that it doesn't have to be a silent thing, and we call it PTSD now more than more than shell shock or whatever else they used to call it. And that's just that's just that alone is a huge stride. Absolutely. Take a look at something like autism. That was that they are saying there's so many more people that are being diagnosed with autism. There's an epidemic unreality really is according to the researchers and doctors I've been with it's not that there's more going on. It's that people are just open to being getting. Diagnosed saying there somewhere on the spectrum. And you always wonder about that whether with autism and ask burgers and things like that. Or any condition if we're just better at going to seek help and the doctors knowing how to identify it and help or you know, you have people talking about back scenes, what's in our food. And what's in our water that could be causing more of this? But but you're right. We can think of we've known in the past even when we were little children who were just a bit different and not different special and had different abilities. And I think that's someone that might not have been diagnosed that could have been helped. And so what you say really does ring true. Yes, it's wonderful for people to have something tangible to hang onto when they're going through something with their mind on something that affects their entire physiology. It's a wonderful thing to know. That's what this is or to at least take on the challenge of trying to find out what's going on because there are so many treatments available and the issue has been largely in in this area of health stigma associated with it now that we're reducing the stigma people are more apt to they'll get health because they're not embarrassed to do. So absolutely. We have to remind people every single day down way. Because they're always people you've worked in this for decades. But there are always people who are just finding out. I might have a problem now, whether they're adults or children who haven't heard any of this message because their children and dealing with kids stuff. Then one day they realize I might have an issue, and they might hear someone like Christians not a Walker. Speaking of this and realizing there could be a solution to this. I should speak out and get some help. It's not. Something I have to deal with alone. Right. Exactly. Actually, that's the biggest piece to with reduced sigma or in a radical. Then people will talk to other people not just for fashionable and realize, oh, my neighbor is struggling or my colleague at work.

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"vesa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"vesa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In three Spike Lee movies, including do the right thing. Today's forecast for you. But personally, his life was a mess. You had some drug and alcohol issues. Issues too. What do you mean the end? I wasn't managing it as well as I used to. That's when they were issues before that it was just life. I drink. I smoke. I got it wasn't in the way of my life in that way. Or added think it was he was going to work taking his daughter to school in making enough money to develop a taste for cocaine. Any went all in did it reach addiction stage. Yeah. Well, you know, it's hard to smoke. Okay. Now. Get addicted swan cocaine and bring it to you need pretty quick it ended one night on the kitchen floor and I bought cocaine. I went home cooked it and I woke up latonya over house passed out on the floor and smoke in the next day. I was in rehab. Did you go to rehab because you wanted to or needed to or because Tony told you you had to you know, I didn't go kicking and screaming. I'll die. Yeah. Could you have done it without her? Credit her because she could've just taken Zoe and walked out and been done with me. Was she did Vesa greater love, then I will ever know. I don't know that I would have done that. You think the Tanya saved your life? No doubt. Seem emotionally detached now. Okay. Good. He said you saved his life. No. I didn't he saved his life. He and God saved his life. I have no saving healing power. I was just there in any event. It.

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"vesa" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"vesa" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Hopefully, people will recognize that what do you see as the biggest problem for him potentially coming into season thirty. I do think that he has that unfortunate geology of being a really big threat and potential liability. Holy crap. Yeah. I think that he's like, I don't think he is a liability must by people. Remember that those like particularly bad challenges and not feel great about that. But yeah. As a threat, he's a strategic threat social threat a jury threat and an idle threat any like aesthetically really snaky like sneaky, I what I wanted. Because obviously a lot of people really snaky in that come out in before at present company included and the one person who managed to avoid that with Ray who completely go mated Panama, and I came back on really wasn't targeted for it. I think because her narrative was very much he go to she got up the couch rather than being like Angie dominated the game. Obviously David has that kind of battle of juryman. But how great his story was in. How if inspirational he was ODI rhumba that he dominated the whole game was in the majority. You know, this is the rock drill. He the person correctly every single time until we went Horman. I think unfortunately. The him like he seems so so much like a strategist that I think that might win out in. He could come out like roomba. I was anxious. And now, I'm not it'll be like. Yeah. But enjoy also dual these really cool strategic things in a way that three was able to hide I don't think you'll have that. And that's concerning to me. But I am glad that this cost. Didn't see David Goliath and didn't Christian because I think that put that really threatening oftentimes back front of mind, which wouldn't have been good for him. So that's that's great as well. But I think that if he if he makes it it'll just be based on the fact that ingratiates himself really well, again, he will just wanna hang out with him again. And it'll be the thing that saves time and time again, that's the thing. He needs more than anything. Then what about in regards to the other returning players? Do you see anything that you feel like that would make him either bond or have friction with the other three returnees? Well, as we said, he's very Joey amazing. Jillian is going to be as kin it. It. He played ARCHE match game or break. So as kinda trying to without maybe on the same page with match they will both very bad at match. So. Go really really there. Both bad at it could be a match. Maybe we'll also I wonder like how close friends he was already because over moved to LA. They have vacant communism friend. I think so they might have an actual real life friendship. Interesting that Aubrey is also compared to Hannah as a lot of times Hannah was described as new Aubrey David got along so famously well with Hannah it'll be interesting to see if they can end up. Knowing Hannah and Aubrey built a little bit there, there are differences there. But I wonder if they could find the similarities to be able to be on the same wavelength. Yeah. I they'll get along. But I do think Opie might be a little bit more lethal that she'd like nocco data get to the final four in a way that obviously handed did. So I think yeah, he, you know, obviously, if I'm looking at potential connections on the board for him over as like the main one. Yeah. Do you see any sort of common denominator with the type of people that don't get along with David pretty much everyone along with him? I think that if there's like some big polling alpha male fees as week rather than realizing that he does the most around camp in is actually like not we all I think that maybe people just want the eye to eye with him. But from the most pot like very very different types of characters in Melena Vesa genyk old on with him, you know, from the Chris's breads to you'll even like trusting him at a point in Jessica can in the millennials as well. So I think that you know, it's it's tough enough to get on with David ride. I think that's his biggest skill in the game that I can't imagine someone coming out. They're not liking him..

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"vesa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"vesa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"And that particular man was calling back and forth with a man a Russian who was the deputy of of the the particular Russian who is the security to the president of center in Republic. And that man it was kind of Thomas Jared is linked very strongly precaution. As you you consulted on security with progressive companies earlier. So it looks like these journalists were set up an murdered. I it. It's the Rennie question here of promotion taking any consequences full this oversee just too close to Putin. All. All altered. The does his closeness of Ladimir Putin. Putin has to act. No, I don't I don't think there's going to be much pressure on him because it's been, you know, the Moscow has has kind of stepped down very clear line on the Modesto journalists. They said that the journalist came on tourist visas. They did not notify the relevant thirties that they were going to work in the country journalists and Russian Russian investigative committee investigation and their results were that these men were killed in a robbery attempts. Spite the fact that none of their possessions, really taken. And the, you know, the the petro was let's vehicle and all these all these kind of and the and the driver was left unharmed. All these kind of signs that, you know, seem like not a robbery like something else have been disregarded by Russian Vesa Gators. Thank you very much for joining us. Alec that's Moscow. Correspondent for the daily. Telegraph..

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"vesa" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"vesa" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Deng? I have no problem. And I'm like go ahead. Take his day. And I'm like super, oh, you are. Yeah. Why what in the hell? Would you all my God? And maybe this is maybe this is just a little bit of insight into what it feels like to be a parent. But I want to know everything about where my little dog came from got to be kidding me. I care so much to know both both dogs. I mean, I care less about segment but most about beau. Wait are these kids? Do you think it's more about what breed they are? Or it's more about what they're I think it's about what breed. Okay. So don't you already with Sigmund? Yeah. But they would be able to tell you like down the line like, it would still be interesting to know. Like, I don't know. I don't wear. I don't know. I'm like, it was more for people that wanted to see if their Doug was predisposed for certain illnesses. All now that would make sense. Well, I mean, I guess I could tell you that. What what do you got a purebred dog all the Associates of? of guess what? They may be cancer. Oh, you gotta you gotta French bullet bulldozers game prior respiratory disease. Really? There you go pay me like the pet psychic. That's it. I kind of would wanna know if I might. And I had no idea. What it was? That would be interesting. But I that's what I think it is. Okay. I'm I'm pretty sure that's what it is. Because you know, all the people Dopp ding dogs. They're all the you know, everybody's like got the mutt. Now. I guess I just in my who hours. I I don't know. Although I don't know about my book club pick for next month. February is going to be a memoir about somebody. Who did the? Dna testing and found out their biological father wasn't their father, which I think is like oh happening all the time. Now all the time yet sure is a lot of moms are like shitting their pants over. Their kids these days. I didn't even think about that part. Yeah. I mean, I wonder how. Ooh, I wonder what the percentage is out there on that. I just think about you. Now, we're finding you would know what those Deb's. No. There is no way. I think they do. I think you know. I think nature's pretty pretty good at Megan that baby. Look like that dad. It is weird happens. It is crazy weird. They always look like the father. But like. You could like it would be smart to do it with somebody who looked similar to. Yeah. If I was like, oh, Lord Vesa means you're going to get knocked up by somebody else may get your husband's breath. Get the same genes. Yeah. Well, they're related. But if you do have an have the DNA that gives you bad skin which happens or if he just got to clean your face. Then I have a great product for you. You should know by now that I love bio Claire Eddie bio clarity is a three step acne wash or just face wash. Depending on which routine. You get us the clear skin routine and Sarah's more of an essentials routine kind of gal. Although I think you've used the clear skin, I'm on Claire skin right now. Yeah. It depends on what moment you're in. Well, and it's because I wouldn't entire month without. I know I just got it in the mail like needless because the great thing about bioenergy is it comes to your door. You know, it's Sarah. It's not bio clarity. But it's basically like healthy eating but for your face. So it's like the time of year to get your body healthy, get your face healthy, and they have clarifying mass. They have floor looks that soothes away. Blemishes, but reduces redness, it's just great take.

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Les Moonves Resigns as CEO of CBS Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

Radio Surgery

00:33 sec | 4 years ago

Les Moonves Resigns as CEO of CBS Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

"Guzman. CVS CEO les Moonves vessels resigning amid new sexual misconduct allegations. According to CBS in an article published in the New Yorker this morning six women accused moon Vesa, exposing himself to them being physically violent and threatening to hurt their careers. These new allegations brought the total to twelve women are accusing Moore of misconduct has accepted a settlement where he and CBS will donate twenty million dollars toward the metoo movement and see oh Joseph Iannello will serve as president and acting CEO until a permanent successor is

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Neil Diamond Thanks Colorado Firefighters With Private Concert

Steve Cochran

05:28 min | 4 years ago

Neil Diamond Thanks Colorado Firefighters With Private Concert

"Conversation so, I there weren't enough Bartelson James jokes like he was disposed person for. The wine coolers back in the day I was assuming I was assuming they'd comes straight out with that right at the beginning. It was funny It is funny the comedy central roast the only problem I have is that, they'll they'll, diversify the day to to get as many different types, of people up there actors others and they had Dresen Joseph Gordon Levitt the MC I it's getting. To a point where you could tell all. Of their stuff is written by somebody else I think, that's why I like Nikki Glaser it always feels even if somebody else wrote her. Material she owns it and she makes it personal and you think it's, from her voice a lot of the times you get up there like Joseph Gordon Levitt you could tell he just reading something that. Some writers, wrote him about Bruce well did do a, movie with movie, loopers with, them and I I. Got the sense? That they were friends but you know for example Chicago comedian Lil rel. How was there And except for watching Bruce Willis movies, admitted on the day that he has zero connection to this whole thing human there were some people up there it's like why even. Their comedy, central star Edward Norton was on the desk, and he was, kind of, funny but like why. Is it north It didn't it didn't make any sense but, it was funny and like I said the clips are all on one gene naughty though we have a text question going today about celebrity crushes that you may. Have. Met and then you had a. Different impression after and just just I want to go on record Bruce Willis and Edward Norton both celebrity crushes. Wine that, did you meet them No not yet so they're just. Still really held high in my in my mind let me tell you having met, and interviewed both of them several times you're Bruce Willis crush would still be intact he is what you see is what, he is the Edward Norton one not so much Bruce Willis is my wife said last. Night to the reason he's he's continued to be a star. Is he's hot he's. High I don't see it, by I don't. See I don't see hotness the ball yeah but continues to be a sex symbol all, right, real quick. Neil diamond puts on a mini concert for firefighter years apparently been. In a raging fires in the where he lives I did not know. He lived in Colorado area but he does. And even though he went into retirement in January. Because he's been diagnosed, with Parkinson's disease Went to the, fire station and performed a. Mini concert for seventy people to say thank you to these firefighters for saving their community that's great basically a Neil. Diamond he. Looked great he sounded great. Bob Odenkirk shows. Up as better call Saul tattoo. I, saw the picture this great e they. Were meeting. With television. Critics the stars over the weekend and he was talking. About the new season of better call Saul and he wanted. To show the logo. Where people would remember it, and is a. Fake tattoo I think they'd looks like your fake deck too but it's on his buttocks Okay Pull his pants. Down His pants down to show offers better, call Saul buttocks tattoo which is probably a. Good time to announce I don't know if Steve mentioned it, to all of you but when, Steve is back tomorrow all of us are going to be required, to guess Steve Cochran tattoos on our buttocks are buttocks are lower hips have it's not as head because that takes up a lot of real estate would, be one. Full cheek at least and finally on a much more, serious note news. Today less moon Vesa the story that came out running pharaoh story about sexual misconduct allegations CBS is. Dealing with this today how about this Ronan Farrow by the way because he's the one that broke, the Harvey Weinstein story And now. He breaks this other story about the the CEO of, CBS. Les, Moonves about sexual allegation charges that have been leveled against him CBS. Today is forming a committee to decide. What they're going to do they. Have hired an independent law firm that will be conducting the investigation about, this and they're going to decide whether or. Not he should step aside while this investigation goes forward but, has acknowledged in a statement that, he made advances toward women decades ago but he said. That he, always understood that no means no inside he'd never hindered anybody's career as a result so very interesting we'll see the developments play out today Dean Richards thanks, see you. Tomorrow area, go Dean Richards here on seven twenty WGN, we'll take a. Break at the news and coming up Heather Sharon we'll talk about the plans for federal oversight for. Chicago police reform very interesting story that happened Friday night the mayor and the attorney general Lisa Madigan States at a press conference. Will it happen we'll find out here seven twenty WGN Chicago's premier podcast collection what's going on with WGN plus. It's two thousand. Eighteen and things are much different than, the old, day, so what's changed about. Protester etiquette John cast let's knows, thoughts about. It the corner store is covering everything culture and diversity, with. This, year's Bantu fest in Hyde Park dog thin Humpty you're trying to. Get over some daddy issues just look. Up WGN pas I tunes and, Google play Baseball is about stats and figures at wintrust we're? About numbers to? Like the number of hot dogs sold the Wrigley field each. Game seventeen thousand that's a?.

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U.S. judge denies gun control groups' attempt to block 3-D gun blueprints

Midday on WNYC

04:46 min | 4 years ago

U.S. judge denies gun control groups' attempt to block 3-D gun blueprints

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shay Stevens conditions are getting worse for crews battling wildfire that's claimed two lives and burned at. Least, five hundred structures in northern California Shasta county Cal fire officials say that thousands more buildings are threatened by the car fire which now consumes nearly forty five thousand acres April Ehrlich of Jefferson. Public, radio is in reading where some evacuees are ignoring orders to. Stay away from Bern, areas unfortunately a lot of people are returning home and they, are finding these small flames. Around their neighborhood and they've kind of, taken upon themselves to put those fires out either with. Garden hoses or shoveled April Ehrlich reporting. That some evacuees are finding out that their homes are, gone meanwhile Cal, fire officials say that shifting winds are making. It hard to predict where the embers will land a federal judge in Texas has cleared the way. For private defense company to post download Plans for untraceable three d., printed guns, as. Met large at member station k. UT in Austin reports the company plans to resume publishing the plans next. Week it's the end of a five year legal battle between. An Austin based company called defense distributed and the federal government the company's owner Cody Wilson. First published plans for a single shot pistol on the web in twenty thirteen, it can be fabricated out of plastic using. A three d. printer the State Department then told him to take it down saying it violated federal arms export rules. Wilson, sued the State Department saying it was violating his free speech rights by blocking the posting earlier, this year the government settled with Wilson and defense distributed paving the way for posting more of its three d. principal designs online including assault style rifles gun control groups asked to. Stop, the settlement but a judge has now denied that request for NPR news I'm Matt large in Austin US Defense Secretary Jim Madison says the US has main goal in Syria is to defeat Beat the. Islamic state Mattis telling reporters the US also has a role in stabilizing the northeastern part of the country to prevent. The return of, the terrorist group NPR's Tom Bowman has more medicine both Russia and Iran or trying to. Keep Syrian later by all Assad in power in the US is. Focused on peace talks and helping the innocence caught up in the, war that you don't do. Simply walk away and leave the place as devastated as it is based on this war you. Don't just leave, it and then ISIS comes back so that will involve immediate restoration of drinking water for example clearing those kinds of, things medicine that will, take both US and international donations but that's, been a challenge the White House froze two hundred million dollars. In rebuilding money and officials, say promised, money. From the Gulf states has not come through Tom Bowman NPR news Washington And you're listening, to NPR, news A New York magazine article was. Quoting six women accusing CBS CEO. Les Moonves says of sexual harassment the reporter legislation misconduct which moon vez denies occurred between the nineteen, eighty. S and the late two thousands the network says it is investigating what's it's calling personal misconduct claims, against this leader in a statement wound Vesa acknowledges there were times decades ago when he may have made. Some women uncomfortable, by making advances but he says those were mistakes and he never misused. His position to harm anyone's, career the Cleveland, orchestra has suspended violinist and concert master William. Proposal over allegations of sexual misconduct NPR's stocks CO close reports that puzzle has been a star performer in the. Orchestra for more than twenty years the Cleveland orchestra is one of the top orchestras in the US and since nineteen ninety five William perusal has been it's concert Master second only in. Importance to the conductor the orchestra has put, perusal on leave while it investigates the claims of violinist Zeneca Bowers. She alleges that after she took. A lesson from perusal in Miami in nineteen ninety eight he began aggressively kissing her on buttoning her, clothes. And pushing her onto his hotel that she says she managed to get away but afterwards perusal told, her she would be blacklisted if she told anyone about the incident this is not the first time approval. Has been accused, of misconduct another female student made similar claims in two thousand seven Anastazia. Syllabus NPR news New York, and I'm Shay, Stevens NPR news in Washington support for NPR. Comes from NPR stations other contributors include the National Endowment for the arts the federal.

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