26 Burst results for "Vici"

"vici" Discussed on Naxos Classical Spotlight

Naxos Classical Spotlight

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"vici" Discussed on Naxos Classical Spotlight

"Music from europe's arnovitz usas string quartet number three. When karna vici was composed his fourth string quartet he was working quickly in his own manuscript. He wrote the date december. Fourth nineteen twenty four on the opening page when he started writing and at the end of the final movement he wrote the date march. Nineteenth nineteen twenty five. This means he started and completed this quartet in less than four months. Here's the very opening.

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Bahubali Shete CEO of TinyChef on His Journey to 1M Voice App Users

The Voicebot Podcast

08:30 min | 9 months ago

Bahubali Shete CEO of TinyChef on His Journey to 1M Voice App Users

"Remember when you and i i spoke about what you were doing that. You're working on the the knobs and the scale different things in order to automate all the mechanical parts of cooking. And then you're going to add. Recipes is just that was like sort of a secondary element in some ways and you totally flipped. It eliminated the first part. So i guess that makes more sense because you started out in the iot that's equipment and then you wound up determining that wasn't the best way to go. So what data points did you get. And and how did you collect those data points. The convince you to make the switch in your focus so Don't change the cooking equipment very often in the sense that smart kitchen appliances which are coming definitely You need smart kitchen appliance. You need robotics but consumers do not have enough space in the kitchen to add more wrote gadgets in the kitchen they already have enough and they don't chain them in unless there are no small blender on those kind of products so the basic cooking up a novel on wednesday by his dad with them for any answer fifteen years and it's it's not easy to change and you cannot retrofit on these devices because they're so attached to things that the look and feel and us except those products are very important so i felt that numis been not willing to know either it off changes equipments and hence the market was becoming very niche game smart kitchen appliances and i felt that i was right in saying that that it is going to be yields before the Plans has become a commodity. And become you know get used to them and start using them in the kitchen and in the meantime you know me as a startup definitely wanted to find where the pinpoint sought and assault them. And that's really felt that the pain points really in the journey and that's where we shifted our focus to this. How long did it take you to come to that conclusion to be already reality mad about you. Know five thousand knobs and be able to ship it to them. We made a road running campaign and all that and then we had noted on everything. Get so you had a indigo kickstarter. Yeah in new right. So you fully funded that you actually produce the product you could have shipped them the product but at that point you decided it's it'll be better for us to refund the money than to have to deploy this product in support it because you didn't really believe in that market segment anymore. I say so. That must have been a very painful decision to make. It's it's both painful as well as emotional for me. Because i come from robotics in address space and i'm so attached to hardware. I believe i can saw putting hardware than getting away from data and then being myself as a businessman rather than being technologist was said that a decision so tell me how that decision played out. was that just. You looked at the data. You made the decision or did you have a mentor. advisors other people in the company that you consulted with. How did that play out. This is really important. I know a lot of people have had go through these pivots and this is sort of a soft pivot but a significant one. Be great to share your experience on that. Yeah definitely for explain a very major role in that. So it is in vlad. I met so many People i met from meek it companies see yours to Big marketing gle ascent from campbell. Nestle and unilever walmart so many people and then i had the vehicle does the idea in understand the views on it and definitely doesn't have any clear advice coming from all of them which was also deflecting in my initial trials Consumers that it was difficult for them to add up or product in that existing kitchen and yeah a lot of an Next so it was. You talked to a lot of people they all gave you. Basically the same advice you were seeing the problems on the customer side so it just became obvious even though there was a painful decision for you emotionally given your background. Yeah well it's hard to. It's hard to kill the baby right. I mean i think that's what we would say is a baby for adoption or whatever it is you're doing and focus So then the the feature that you thought was going to be complementary to your main product became the product so once you decided that this how did you change. How did you change your strategy. What did that mean was going. You're going to be doing differently. Reduced doing more of the stuff that you already doing the recipe side or did you have to basically start over I had to start or in some sense It was in the same direction. Same solution same in a find though solid from the consumer angle but the approach is completely different. I i i i may have said this in one of the podcast but you know one of the consumer is such just nine initially conducted a focus group discussion. One lady told me a benign asked her a question that what is that your family as as it acknowledgee vici-. You had that in the kitchen to help you in the kitchen. And she said google maps to said my husband who is seventy plus. Now who couldn't drive denise back even in our own city now he's able to drive in any part of the world anyplace from any to any point with all the confidence just because he has maps. It doesn't get up. And i wish that technology was available in the kitchen with which i can walk. Can anybody can walk into the kitchen. Cook any dish they will and that goes in iowa for me. So that's fascinating so that's a really interesting insight so you you spoke with this one customer and you realize what they needed was google maps for cooking. And it's really interesting because we really think about recipes is being more mechanics of it. So how do i know what to do. When and what sequence. But it's really as much as anything a confidence builder if you could build them something like a cooking concierge or adviser that helps them through the entire process. So there's both a functional and emotional aspect to it grew and when i looked at it I also realized that there is so much of resources so many this is available in thumbs up man you can find it as a bs in a local all lack but still not satisfied for the simple reason that didn't know what to trust because it's one thing about searching for some election bleeding some reviews but other thing about cooking that dish yourself for your family it could end up being a messy meal basil. They didn't know whom trusted partner in himself. At spiezio sweaty critical of them and an back. I felt that you know be need not only a good content but a good experience in order to make be committee For consumers in the kitchen so to become the will the good expedience than realize that we need any is solution which understands colletti techniques colletti science. Which can then have a very fruitful conversation with the consumers and make that choice. I expediency really a natural expedience intense. 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interview With Mo O'Connell And Mary Tynan

The Plastic Podcasts

05:16 min | 10 months ago

interview With Mo O'Connell And Mary Tynan

"I'm doug danny and you're listening to the plastic podcasts tales of the irish diaspora way going in reverse order here today. The plastic podcasts. Not so much plastic as elastic with two women artists who returned to and from britain. Maureen o'connell or mo is an award-winning writer actor and director based in dublin. At her film spa weekend is currently garnering laurels at festivals around the globe. Meanwhile actor writer director. Mary tynan speaks to us from galway. She has founded notes from xanadu which she describes as probably the world's first online art center and hosts everything from music to talks to theater and stitch and bitch sessions. I'm in the middle of the curiously named storm kristoff when we talk so my first question is a wild and windswept how you doing doing great state all right I suppose for the benefit of both business. If you'd like to say hello with your names. And that way they can tell who's speaking turn or names maritime. And i'm doug just in case there was any confusion so but if we can go back to The the the first thing would be that you both left ireland in order to go to england and specifically london So if i can ask her festival. Mary you You you were born in england but raised in galway essentially. Yes s one in west london very west london he from apple and let while in essex's while and then moved to in front of us john and i basically went back on al twenties and spent most of my adult life. That north london westbound east london every avalanche from southeast asia whenever south river. What about you and wake up in in the for vici- back to dublin and went to radha in two thousand nine and and then detroit there. Federated is in twelve in the state of years in london turn years maybe and they came back to ireland in two thousand fifteen the end of twenty fifteen and then start doing research for a nine hundred sixty short film. I want to make twenty sixteen seventeen Rebellion so and then so you can across to be paul colson. Rawda first of all. Yes a mary. What brought you across the back across london. This dispose opportunities really I i came over at a time when i was just before the boom started. Not there wasn't really any any work here and I just i left london anyway. I'd always kind of wanted to live. Erin i'm in times of doing things like acting and stuff like that. I'm just i just general Opportunity i just like. I did really really love land. Always i just felt like it was as those targeted program is and at its best. A cities like a gigantic playground. And bam. what. I like about london. It was just you could wacko sorts of places. You could visit those places. You could gross the british museum. You could go sit by the river. Everything you could think of was that and Yeah i just thought it was. It was a better place on. Especially since i've mostly been single also. It's at a place for single parents live. But did you still have one foot in galway Well i had family goalie. Yeah i had like. I'm at my parents sam wealth. My mom died while ago but nutria times walked without minister and now that children is also i did have thought but miam- neither of my parents originally from goal i so i can go away the such. I wouldn't have had my cousins or anything like that. Yeah mobile humor. And this is the first three years three. Get note that well. Because i had so intense and we were told me off to work and stuff because it was intense. You'd be too tired. i kind of had to work. I worked in irish for in second year at help pay bills and things like this was a nice relief from radha as in is right Being this crazy irish far people killing each other like all the time. Just an honest is very funny. Irish pub and then go back and throughout the next scrapes that exploit rates contrast and but i. I don't want an acting that. Mary saying but i do think that difficult being an actor because you take a job that is at lopate so that you can remain free to audition if you get

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"vici" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"vici" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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Country star and hit Elvis songwriter Mac Davis dies at 78

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Country star and hit Elvis songwriter Mac Davis dies at 78

"Musician mac Davis has died in Nashville after heart surgery he was seventy eight I marches are a letter with a look at his career Nick Davis scored hits in pop and country music with songs like baby don't get hooked on me stop and smell the roses and it's hard to be humble he wrote in the ghetto and a little less conversation for Elvis Presley and I believe in music I hit for the group gallery Davis even co wrote songs later in life with Bruno Mars in the vici he had a TV series in the nineteen seventies the mac Davis show starred in the football film north Dallas forty and appeared in the Will Rogers follies on Broadway country singer Kenny Chesney says Davis was joyous funny and created a family around him

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"vici" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

Bixby Developers Chat

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"vici" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

"Probably quite a while guard at Had Just Arkansas to yes and basically when I realized that I could both staff with voice interactions. I looked foot early possible back from it. I on gay goodwill so it was actually one of your was Came across the cash flow. Bosch and I took Beta pot to build my APP wills and did a Halloween would end. Lifted that for quite a while because coming from managing lakes at Moving there is quite a steep winning but being I had lots of ideas Teen to keep these about General Voice Interactions and Experiences Robin tag to a platform. Initially so I tend to be when I was contacted. Babba premiered about this program like jumped at the time. I was very excited to be part of that. Sorry I win. That came out. I started building Mike. Axle should trigger. Okay tell me about sugar sugar. What is Ado Mycenaean heads another again? It's another idea that started off as a tool for personal use and I think this is like we get a lot of ideas from because the problems that you encounter someone else's probably in cantering into and say what I district sugar. It's my son. Heads a brain abnormality in? It causes his logic to be. Why OUTTA WHACK As well as affect that was one of the big problems as you can imagine taking blood sugar readings from a two and a half year. Old is not fun and then heading to include as much data as possible about his general wellbeing and what. He's eating everything. While late to these blood sugar. An interest was like. Start Hot sir. This is a perfect opportunity. Us smack something to actually help me. Sir Sugar Sugar Diary injury as well as the blood sugar level and it does her one thing that was important for experience. Was that my son's blood sugar. Normal Range isn't what's UNMADE. It usually get like logo. Lechuga media Like four million miles leaders is the low range semi sons usual loan operating ranches latitude point five and that's fine. He's still archiving. But if you entered it into a bunch of me all the off Wasn't constantly telling us that. He was in trouble when he wasn't the Cakes the star information admixture the And the base was I mean just in the off by the catch to his And so giving the data Houston was the most important stiffness and may not Texas in my nights injuring Taking off a little Mesa and putting into VICI firm so situationally you've definitely.

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Interview With Shashwat Gupta Altcoin Buzz Co-Founder & CEO

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

07:42 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Shashwat Gupta Altcoin Buzz Co-Founder & CEO

"Very interesting questions because you you're at a Singapore. I live here so you seem quite good. Quite a bit with the spice from NBA's I started Auburn bus. Jeff back in the middle of two thousand seventeen. The goal was always to have a channel where we put out our opinions. I always like doing research always like making content so we combined forces love almost two and a half years down the line now. We had a team of thirty people creating content to be not super biased base. Talk differently from where we started which was just for fun. It's become a more serious business. Now is the first VICI into the character in the space. Yes actually in the early two thousand seventeen I wanted to do something in the crypto space when I found out about it and like there are a few options that you can do here is get people to fund into an ICU. Which made no sense to me at least like for me. I was like you take people's money. Then what you do with it and the coin doesn't make any sense so that was an idea. Drop pretty fast. The other one was to do something like an on ground thing where people could buy and sell bitcoin from you which is an OTC thing. But I don't think I failed to secure about it. I don't come technology background. Then the third one was to provide concerning services for legal accounting marketing and set up a form for that. I thought it was too early for that as well. So getting into the media space and just like talking about stuff that you learn was easy and at the same time I felt had value in the space as well coming to see checks. Let me ask you as UCLA. Correlation between a surge in traffic and then a surging bitcoins plus. Yeah it's the other way down the hall workout which Way Guy. From day definitely do correlation. There's definitely a coordination I feel even amongst the Bitcoin community itself. This is the price and they're like okay. Whatever but if either price and it's moving up or down there like what happened so then the search volumes go up quite a bit as well I think you do is now the second biggest. So it's engine in the world. So that's why we keep connecting our between the website and the Youtube as well. The reason we want to grow up website is because that's the one we own in a way you do bestowed on Youtube. It's it's super exciting. This is the most exciting time. There's a reason why the way says this is. My voice sounds lot. We've been young everywhere you need to everybody. It'll be learning a great deal of learning Tinley. What's what gets the attention of your rate is the most what what is what's the story. What's next hadn't attract US IN PERSON? I think to a certain extent people like to know what's happening with the prices like what's happening on the trading side. What's happening in the movement of prices? Basically I think over the last three years since I've been studying the community quite a bit. It has since quite a bit as well. People get attracted to good use cases. People get attracted to companies getting traction in terms of user user base as well. There's a lot of attraction for people to understand more things to with. Decentralized finance even centralized finance companies like Celsius network next saw CRYPTO DOT COM by. Nance they have all these multiple centralized financial services. They're getting a lot of attention as well and people love to know what's going on so harvesting right now would still be a price right the but besides that. There's a lot of improvement in the demand for technology. Decentralized Financial Wizards Centralized Finance crypto gaming started locked-in. Gaming segment is separate separate blockchain. Gamay yes has that guy. I mean that must be combining bicycling looking through the community cryptic through dining sets. It must be just typing. Yeah like if you see that magic. The gathering card was like the one that was mound gawks named after her anyways. Keeping those things in new perspective you see how many gamers have been millionaires in the CRYPTO. Space already so many traders either engineer who studied data or many of them are gamers as well who understand this space rather well as well within gaming can essentially be used for three basic reasons. One is used blockchain to authentic authenticate if particular moved to place or not so example. You and I are paying poker you in case you an extra day goes away and you know I clicked it but you do not have electricity. So that's on the blockchain and Newt says did not move us. Oh when there is high stakes games happening etc. That's a good use of blockchain for it as well. The second one is when a game wants to use it as a currency so they want to have an in game currency where one piece of the currencies equal to the second piece of currency. That means it's fungible here so and then it can have a big plan that could be a platform in which that currencies used the third one which is most dear and near to me is rocky items and these items can either be present something of your own and you want your audience to kind of have a piece of something that you've created on the blockchain it can be used to make audiences interested. It could be for a musician to presell often album. It can be for game items as well and these game items now can be used within multiple games as well so I can make one game item and you're game developer. You can use your game and there is another game. He can use it in his game as well so the last item we made just for fun on the engine platform can now be used in four different games last spice to the even this is two thousand and fifteen in spices. That one thousand sixteen doesn't sixteen and you start at the start of the Rodney around this time. Yes visa started around the same saying a lot of child. Yes Las Vegas. If idiom changed a lot even team changed the space quite a bit because before that a lot of focus was on currencies. Some people were like blockchain. Cryptocurrencies will be used for payments and payments and payments. But then when he tedium came and people started doing smart contracts it became more about platforms. So where tiptoe currencies were meant to be a motive? Payment suddenly became a mode of community building. It became a way that people can actually invest it begin tool for investment. I'm not sure if I really liked that bit but it did. Become the changes happen with people coming up with smarter and more intelligent use cases for things that they can do with cryptocurrency rather than just payment. And I don't think the problem that we need to solve is to buy coffee. That's not the problem. Bitcoin auditorium needs to Saul didn't other financial issues that these guarantees need to solve and they are slowly getting towards solving the Lord of interesting problems that the world has in the

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A Look Back at HIV

2 Docs Talk

08:31 min | 1 year ago

A Look Back at HIV

"Before we jump in. Let's clarify what exactly HIV and AIDS are good call. Hiv stands for human immunodeficiency virus which is a virus that causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or AIDS. Yes so HIV is a retrovirus which means it is an rn. A virus that is a cellular machinery from the infected cell to do a reverse transcription of itself a DNA version which is inserted into the cells on DNA when the cell becomes active. It will make new copies of the virus that go out and continue the cycle and this is important because the drugs that we use today to combat HIV a variety of antiretroviral agents target different points in the cycle. The right combination of drugs can keep the viral load solo that it isn't detectable exactly so HIV infects a specific immune cell the CD four cell and over time the virus kills a CD foresaw which being part of the immune system plays a critical role in the body's ability to fight infection as de decline. The body becomes susceptible to opportunistic infections. Right these are often infections caused by pathogens that are normally present in on or around the body but a healthy immune system recognizes them and keep them in check someone with the depleted immune system however is susceptible to unusual infections. That healthy folks don't need to worry about. Plus they're they're susceptible. To all the irregular infections even healthy people get okay so an untreated course of goes something like this. A person is infected with HIV. The virus being transmitted during sexual activity directly into the bloodstream during childbirth or breastfeeding or a blood transfusion at this point the virus makes its way to the lymph nodes where has access to lots of CD. Four cells and replicates like crazy? This goes on for about three weeks three or four weeks. The patient may experience a viral type of illness during this time period. Fever swollen glands rash but not everyone experiences this yes and it feels like a regular just viral infections. So you don't really think about that. That might be what it is but after about two weeks the viral load in the blood is at a peak and CD four levels fall. This is a period of time where it is really easy to transmit the disease to another sexual partner because the viral load is so high after about six months the viral load and CD. Four count stabilized to set point and the chronic phase issue begins. This can last a up to ten years without treatment during which HIV gradually destroys CD. Four cells at some point the CD four count gets low enough. That opportunistic infections are possible. Yes and that's how we define AIDS either the CD. Four count is below two hundred cells per mil or the patient has an AIDS defining conditions such as retinitis from cmv cytomegalovirus or invasive cervical cancer or many many others so this was the typical course of disease for people early in the epidemic. Did you amy? That AIDS was around before the Nineteen Seventy S. That's when the epidemic began but it is believed that the virus jump from chimpanzees to humans in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in one thousand. Nine hundred and sporadic cases were reported from then until the mid seventies when the epidemic got its legs. Very interesting now. It wasn't until Nineteen eighty-one that we really understood what was happening in. La There were five young gay men who develop Mrs to screen pneumonia PCP which is now new. Mississippi'S VICI pneumonia. I know I can never get used to that. I still call it. Pcp Yeah. I'm sure a lot of school. It was pretty much standard at the time right. I mean that was like defy so defining but anyways another group in New York in California who developed Kassy's sarcoma which is an aggressive cancer caused by the human herpes virus eight that wouldn't normally happen without a suppressed. Immune system right both of those diseases. And by the end of that year there were two hundred seventy cases of severe immune deficiency among gay men and nearly half had died. Yeah that we knew so fast forward. A few years by the end of nineteen eighty five. There were over. Twenty thousand reported cases coming from every region of the world. The virus was officially named in Nineteen eighty-six and in nineteen eighty seven A. Z. T. was introduced. The this was the first antiretroviral drug this drug worked by inhibiting the initial reverse transcription of the virus into DNA. This was a very exciting development because the epidemic was growing quickly. Now there were three hundred seven thousand reported AIDS cases worldwide compared to the twenty thousand. You mentioned just fine. Harsh prior and two hundred and seventy just nine years prior to that. It's impressive how. The pharmaceutical industry kind of ramped up so quickly research development. Yeah and those remember. Those were the reported numbers so they estimated that there were actually a million AIDS cases in another eight to ten million living with HIV worldwide. At that point. So if you're younger just in med school residency right now. It's hard to explain. How unsettling this was that how fast it was spreading right. Yeah and these patients were so sick and dying in such large numbers and there didn't seem to be in and site to the expansion of the epidemic. So there's a lot of fear and misinformation out there the had a policy to not allow those infected with HIV into the country and it was still viewed as a gay disease. So that created a lot of stigma for the LGBTQ community so by nineteen ninety three. There were two point five million AIDS cases globally the US Congress dug in and voted to continue the travel ban. Things are not looking good even with easy. T- which wasn't really panning out as everyone had hoped. And the fact that it was approved at all was questioned by many. Yeah so but in one thousand nine hundred things really started changing. This was kind of a turning point. The first price inhibitor was approved these inhibit the protease enzyme. Which is important in the translation of HIV v? Virus back into Aurigny. Yeah and this was the beginning of Heart H. A. RT highly active antiretroviral therapy and it immediately dropped deaths from AIDS related diseases by at least sixty percent but still there were thirty three million people living with HIV by nineteen ninety nine and fourteen million people had died since epidemic began. Those are huge as is to be expected the UN had to step in and negotiate prices to make antiretroviral therapy available to the people who need it The World Trade Organization that announce the Doha Declaration allowing developing countries to manufacture generic versions of drugs. Go See Fire Dallas buyers club. Yes also yeah so in the two thousands people who needed it weren't getting treatment aids. Was the number one cause of death in sub Saharan Africa. That blows my mind by the two thousand ten. A lot of goals had been set to get treatment where it was needed and have the spread of HIV an organization such as the UN and the World Health Organization and individual government agencies are getting involved at this point yeah the US finally lifted the travel ban for people with HIV treatments that decrease the chance of spread were discovered pre exposure prophylaxis or prep was shown to reduce transmission between male and male sexual partners by about forty four percent. Yeah in two thousand. Eleven research demonstrated that early initiation of antiretroviral treatment reduce transmission to partners by ninety six percent. So this is a real game changer. Because until this time the antiretrovirals weren't started until HIV was had started advancing and causing aids. So this is when they started the treatment early after the infection was discovered and it really changed things as far as transmission. Yeah as related. Deaths fell thirty percent from the peak. Year two thousand five and thirty five million people were living with HIV dramatic slowdown in the spread of the epidemic compared to previous decades. Yeah Okay but now we may find yourselves at a standstill here. We are twenty twenty because the immediate crisis of the wildfire spread and almost certain death is well behind us. Attention has waned key populations that account for over half of new infections are not receiving access to combination therapy and the gap between resource need and provisions as widening. The funding is is shrinking. It's pretty typical right. Yeah as a species. Humans aren't very good at thinking long term. If it's not an immediate threat it's not threat right well. It is a threat to those populations. So there's clearly still stigma that has marginalizing

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Adam Lambert, David Guetta, Rita Ora to Perform at Avicii Tribute Concert

Donna and Steve

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Adam Lambert, David Guetta, Rita Ora to Perform at Avicii Tribute Concert

"A tribute concert for the late DJ artist vici who died last year in apparent suicide will take place on December fifth in his hometown of Stockholm the concert will feature nineteen of the original singers on his biggest songs including aloe Blacc Adam Lambert and Rita or as well as opening sets from his friends David Guetta keigo Dimitri Vegas and more all net profits from the event VT tribute concert for mental health awareness which is produced by the foundation bearing of each is real name Tim Bergland will go to supporting organizations which address mental health needs and suicide

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Large and dangerous tornado touches down near Kansas City

Todd Schnitt

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Large and dangerous tornado touches down near Kansas City

"News. The national weather service has a large dangerous. Twister touched touchdown. The western edge of Kansas City Kansas, in Douglas county eleven people reported injured this tornado part of a severe weather system. That's been pounding the central part of the country last night. Several tornadoes touched down in and around Dayton, Ohio, killing one and injuring more than one hundred weather service. Now confirms at least two of the tornadoes that touched down here in the Dayton area. Risha three out of five on the enhanced vici if Geeta scale so very significant tornadoes that have been touching down around here and you had more than fifty that popped up in this line of storms that formed up around the nation's midsection. So it just stands to reason that some of them are going to hit population centers residential areas like Harrison

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"vici" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"vici" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Are you doing Steve do they call you trippy? Nottingham's about this. Your immortalized Chipinge nine river now wall, whatever you call it. That's going to be your theme. The track theme, I feel I feel honored. So what do you think? It's I think it's all politically motivated you're looking I mean as far as the state's concerned to protect these illegal immigrants, right? Listen, I agree with everybody else. They're doing jobs they're saying to themselves. But when you're protecting them, you're protecting them for a reason we can't threaten to remove your or turn them over to ice. Give them like give them all this extra money to stay and establish a secure zone. In hoping they remember you. But you can't vote. That's the thing. I mean, if there was some kind of a pathway to voting then I could see the point. But it doesn't make sense if the camp vote why helping somebody who can't help you you might as well go help by minors. They can't vote either. Yeah. You know it. It's a matter of time before they approached out to they approach that we're all leaving. We're going to get a boat the other side of the border. Hey. Whereas a food rich mode Sitel in Mexico. I don't know. Got any more? All right. Let's go to rich and throw through on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, rich. How are you to find anything could how are you? Another long drive back up. Glad you're here. I'd have to see you drive alone. Do you every time I get drunk on a week? Here's here's the weekend. Like every time I get the draft on the week come between my job. Nice to be able to hear your voice. Well, thank you. So what do you think rich? So my job. Calling is we're taking all of these things and we're doing New York state law where they can now illegal embryos, their children, get free college. And I don't see how much did it in jersey. But what do all these different benefits, but he'll leave? Good evening. All of our veterans out to dry that is a great point. What we were doing absolutely nothing ever completely those who have the time to serve many people in the military on welfare on with the guys who are just joining the military. They have to use welfare because they are well below the poverty line. We got a good, man. Lieutenant Colonel Robert vici who works for vet rest, and he dedicates his life to finding jobs for vets. And you hear the stories in. Yeah. It breaks your heart. But for some reason, you're there discarded, no one cares about them. We're worried about worried about the people who snuck into this country. That's what's important to this governor in New Jersey where are the programs? What is being done for our veterans who basically fought? So that we could have the freedom to give all this stuff away to everybody mazing rich. Thanks for the call. Thanks for listening to New Jersey one zero one point five demand ski Doyle, what could be some very fun creative genius names for marijuana stores Sweden feet. Everybody's gonna think it's a long care. Sunny buds and sons have one that would actually sell all the munchies along with the we live that was. Sweden. Afternoons two till seven on New Jersey one at one point five and nj one zero one five dot com. Hey,.

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"vici" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Curated, retail and user generated content that can be shared which means selfie booths. Museum of ice cream type of stuff where the kids go in. And then you pose in front of things, and you share it with your friends be cool. It's gonna open later this year. Okay. I'm sorry. Do you know what that is that you just described to me torture? That's a mall. Yeah. And I bet this is going to be at or near a mall. Well, it's not even a ball. Without stuff that you can buy the only thing. I can. I mean, like, what do you eat at a model thing? Like you. Don't eat like corn dogs or like cotton candy. The sounds silly nonsense. Silly. They can't do that. Succeed. Lucks here. Yeah. Good luck. Don McLean says American pie the song. Is not about buddy. Holly. Even though the day the music died where buddy Holly, the big Bopper and vici Valent passed away. He said it's actually about America during a tumultuous period of the late sixties and early seventies. Now, I don't know why Don McLean needed to point that out because Dr. Right. Bye. Bye. This American pie. Why would why would you drive a Chevy to the Levy if the Levy was dry? I mean, isn't that a great metaphor for America in rate has a long song too? By the way. Old boys just drink, whiskey and rye singing this'll be the day. It's really depressing song. I think about it. It's long right?.

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"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

"Ganger or buildings Rome on if you wanna mix more. It's more the more Germans have cheaper your Soroush. Yeah. All right. David. Let's do the notebook up. I got some twenty twenty updates for you. I think we have our first campaign in disarray story, which is tolsey Gabbard, which was probably the odds on favourite for campaign in disarray. Right. This comes to us from politico. The Gabbard campaign saying they are dumping the consultants that they just hired your times reported job and Martin notes that this is, you know, the old campaign excuse when you fire a bunch of people in your campaign has oh the plan was always for them just to stay through the primary. They weren't gonna sit in general election this time, he says the plan was always for them just to stay through the campaign launch. Right. So it's just literally days under our employment also via Martin Gabbard dropped the I use the first documented use of the word. Neil liberal. As a as a as a bad word during the campaign. She tweeted as commander in chief. I will work to end the new Cold War nuclear arms race in slide into nuclear word that is why the neo-con Neo lib were mongers will do anything to stop me. So that was how. Yeah. The tweet from journalism. Professor, Matthew pressman, he says consensus among journalists and media, critics is it election. Coverage suffers too much from too much horse race coverage and treating politics like a sport. So the Washington Post decides to assign thirteen of its top analyst to do a power ranking of twenty twenty candidates just to note that the power ranking is now it's not just for. It'd be a dues Deboer. I I don't think we can guess versions on power rankings here the radio, but just just just throwing that out there, man. Man. They got to that. I jeez. Probably we should have done on the press box. The you know, I always like to keep track of all the people who are calling the end of Donald Trump's presidency. So I was attracted this tweet from constitutional law. Professor Laurence tribe who writes, the great Robert Jay Lifton. But down know who the great Robert Jay Lifton is bullish go with us. The great Robert Jay Lifton makes a persuasive case that a failure to get his wall will deflate Trump's balloon. And Mark the beginning of the of his presidencies end. So markdown February third as the day that the great Robert Jay Lifton declared that Trump's presidency was over or the beginning of Trump's the end of Trump's presidency. Somebody's going to be right one of these days. It's true. It it may it may be November twenty twenty but somebody is going to correctly predict the end of Trump's presidency and finally David bad news of the week. I thought we should have a section called bed. News the weight because something horrible happens to journalists every week now. Vice media announced his laying off two hundred and fifty people or ten percent of its workforce. And I don't know how to talk about this anymore other than just pick somebody who's been affected and actually read their tweet. So this is Nigel dura veteran advice. All right, folks. The lay offs finally came from me after dodging them at Gannett and a p I think I was kinda do love the folks I worked with advice in to watch the show seven thirty weeknights. Anyway, Email in the bio sued, so I feel that could be a horrible KOTA for this era of web journalism mail in the bio. Maybe maybe that's the name of the segment from now on Jesus, and I'm guessing more bad news next week. But anyway, can't joke about the media for for the whole time without without tried to wrap your mind around that stuff. All right, folks. That's the press box. He is David shoemaker. I'm Brian Curtis research from Chris Maida production from Jim Cunningham. We're back next week with more hot takes on the media CNN, David Letterman. David. Did you happen to notice David? I'm a rich guy. I know how to solve problems. That is why the Neo con lib were mongers will do anything to stop me. Right. Well, first of all, tell us what you believe, you know, don't tell us what your the end of the day. We're all gonna die.

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"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

"No that that's true this year. He's that. He's he's he's he's on another level. But we'll see if that pans out. But I think that I think that you know, there there are those that are that are significant. But an and I think the rest of them are just sort of this, you know, were by and large and we're talking about transactions. We're talking about a coming draft picks. We're talking I mean, most of these trades were were talking about the sort of like the the the post warriors future of the NBA. Like, wait, what what the landscape will look like when there is a maybe as soon as next season when there is a little bit more parody or a little bit more opportunity for other teams. But I think that's all part of this. You know basketball Twitter fan Fiqh that that the league is become right? I mean, it's it's all it's a role playing game. You know, it's get the table top card game or something. It's a it's it's it's we're just we're just kind of like trading cards, and and getting excited about you know, these little these little chessboard moves but the answer to like do. Need to be giving this much attention. I mean, we we do if we do have people care, right? And we all care. So or maybe I'd put it a little differently, which is I don't have any moral Jackson to this. And I don't certainly don't have any moral objection to players deciding they wanna play somewhere else because if it's generated by the player to me, all the better. I just wonder do we need to think about in BA transactions differently if they're this frequent and if if quote, unquote, major trades are unprecedented, major trades or actually happening all the time. Should we should we think about it differently than maybe we did five ten years ago? I don't answer that the maybe right? I mean. Yeah. There's there's definitely a case to be made. And it's I mean, there's also this question about what kind of constitutes a major trade. I think that more than anything. It's just the excitement and the hype. I mean, there's a lot of there's a lot of the, you know, there's a lot of kind of Stroman drawing about whether or not there's enough, you know, with all these superstar teams everybody wants to play together. You know, what happens to the teams that are left over? But like the lists that you read I mean makes it sound like there's actually kind of plenty of superstars to go around. Right. I mean, there's there's in any of you have teams like the nuggets, whoever he was like who seem to be doing really well with just like can zero household names and only one and a half like super-duper stars, you know, and it's an it's a. You know, it is sort of interesting. I I mean as far as I'm concerned, this is I mean, there's there's no more interesting time of year than the time where you're just like constantly hitting refresh on the hoop hype Brumer page to see what's happening. And it's it's it. It's fun for me. And it's nice to you know. I mean, it's we just we just got done watching a really boring Super Bowl with a team that just like basically put together a fantasy team and and could only score three points. So it's, you know, it's nice to pay attention to a to a sport where you know, some of these transactions might be a little bit more meaningful. Did you just use the term Sturman drunk multiple times in his podcast that I use it twice? I think so. Oh my God. Well, they set it. Right. I hope I said it, right? One of those times. It'd be great next next week. Make sure you switch to double.

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"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

"Also, like, we did an emergency podcast about it. And there are so many good points made in that one was I think it was Simmons just reeling off all the major NBA superstars that have changed teams in the last eighteen months Kawai Jimmy button. Cler Chris Paul, Kyrie Irving, Paul George. Blake griffin. Boogie cousins were singers and Anthony Davis in the next sometime in the next five minutes. Right. Which is just incredible to think of how much news that has all you know, thrown off all those different moves. And also Chris Ryan made this point where he's talking about. Like, why players wanna constantly change teams now? And he said, I think if I wrote this down, right? The constant churn of action is creates more interest in who they are. Right. So it's there's a there's an I wanna win a title thing, which is very real. But there's also an IM brand entity beyond team sport and everything else. And if I change teams people be more interested in me, you know, if I just say like, I'm tired of this. I want to go do something else that will make my brand more potent. Sure. And that's really interesting to me. I guess I guess the funny thing is if it's like that then is the right move to. To go to battle stations every time something like that happens if trae if major NBA moves are that frequent and if they're being done with an eye toward like, I just need to shake things up. So I can get some more attention at least at least partially right? Some of import zinc as I knew it wasn't gonna win anything with the next we wanted to leave. But some of it is about like resetting new commercial opportunities cetera et cetera. Do we in the media need to pay as much attention to these things? Or should we rightly be like well that in a vacuum that seems like a giant trade, but we've just had nine giant trades or free agency moves in the last eighteen months. So maybe we should scale down our expectations of this thing. Yes. I mean to the extent that some of these trades actually affect the balance of power in this season of the NBA. And I guess I mean, it's not I mean, there's a few right? I mean, y Leonard I mean is has made Toronto into a real contender Jimmy Butler. You know, hasn't been the magic bullet in in Philly. But, but certainly, you know, makes them a lot more interesting than boogie cousins you signing with the warriors. And now that he's playing me. And that's that's you know, that's that's a real thing. Paul George in Oklahoma City has been sort of a revelation, but you know, in in whatever revelation the lost in the first round of the playoffs last year was last year right now..

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"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

"Rise as a rookie to NBA prominence in what this means for, you know, his time line there's a lot of. And of course, there's Mark Cuban and much more significantly James Dolan, and the just his just hapless helming of the of the New York Knicks. There's just a lot of little lot of major players in the NBA soap opera here more than just Kristaps Porzingis who is in amazing, and who will be very healthy, very soon and leading the Mavericks to a championship. So I got like four reasons they're the suddenness of the trade, which is the sense of any new story right to it. Whether the next got robbed, which is standards or story free agency hypotheticals that this unlocks for next summer and beyond. And then this sort of thing that Bill talks about a lot, which is this sense that people are conspiring in the NBA behind the scenes, you know, with tampering and free agency and all that stuff. F-? I don't I I hesitate to use the words NBA dark web that URL pal. Jake, hang us. But, you know, this is a sense that sense that they're these unseen forces working in the NBA that everybody is dying. No about at that are controlling everything. And that sort never gets public. I guess I guess what's partly amaze me as just like the way in BA news goes from hypothetical hypothetical hypothetical rate. The Knicks have been a hypothetical for. Nine years longer than that. When did they start dumping salaries to get LeBron? You know, the first time those two dozen yet. Right. They've been on and off this for a while. Yeah. So it's just like, it's I guess what's amazing about the NBA. If if there were an NFL team or any other team that had just done this year after year after year and had never actually been a coherent basketball team. We would have just given up, but may whether it's the sort of weirdo glamour of the Knicks team. That's never won anything considering how long they've been famous or just the way that the thing, you know, the NBA works now, I guess is interesting..

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"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

"The news came down that the New York Knicks traded Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks for a package of players and draft picks in my first reaction from the Super Bowl was to Email the ringers very own Kevin Clark and say RIP to the ringers brief run as a football site because I knew ship. The Super Bowl is over maybe soup, the ship was dirty door, the Boers Inga's drape. I guess I'm interested mostly we'll leave the basketball analysis to to the the other people. But I'm amazed and interested in why stories like this aren't just kind of medium popular. But just grab everybody's attention in sports. I mean, this is sort of in my nuts to call this kind of a medium sized NBA trade is that that nuts is this is this is this a giant NBA trade? I don't think so it sort of a medium trade. It has some great soap opera stuff as when porzingas wrote my suggestion to Knicks fans is to stay woke on his I believe on Instagram Sunday morning, which is awesome. Also was at MSG or which which Knicks TV network put up the graphic of porzingas, which all the basic stats and then at the bar, and then just sat in the middle of it said skipped exit meeting with front office after twenty sixteen seventeen. Season that was really getting back at him. But what do you think why does this story? Like this have so much salience with us at the ringer in with everybody else will first of all go Mavericks, and I look forward to. Our mavericks. Look forward to our upcoming segment and in a year or two about the the way the media's covering the Mavericks championship the. Yeah. I mean, this is this was a really weird one a lot of different factors in play. I mean, I think for one thing it just happened. So quickly. And and we can get into the, you know, the kind of the tick tock of it and a little bit. But you know, from from the moment that like there was any rumor at all about porzingas changing location until until the the trade was finalized was. I mean, it just seemed like the blink of an eye. Right. And so it so it was actually news that was breaking sort of on Twitter timeline. And I mean that I guess in two different ways, but eight it was I it it all it just seemed so urgent and so real, and there's also this when the details of the trade stirred trickle out, it seemed it did seem like it is I take what you mean by it being a medium sized trade. This is not, you know, superstar for superstar whatever, but but it did seem like a really lopsided trade. And so there's all the there there is a lot of fans there. I mean fans were justifiably kind of perplexed as to one what the rest of the story was now the trade as it as it as it sort of, you know, came out the trade was a little bit was less lopsided. Than it seemed. But there were questions about like, well, I mean is is forcing us more hurt than we than we've lead on is. He just you know. I mean, there's the sort of existential question is he just less of a superstar than we've been led to believe by the media for the past several years. You know, is it is there, you know. Is there something else at play? And then there's then there's the the real deeper story, which is if you know all presuppositions are true in the Knicks are really just only interested in clearing out their cap. So that they can sign Kevin Durant. Kyrie Irving next summer will then you know, it's pretty amazing that there is a story that is that significant that just no one can really report because it would break any any and every NBA bylaw to to to acknowledge that it's true. There's just there. There are a lot. It's not an it's not it's not just porzingas. Then right. I mean, we're talking about porzingas and every top tier free agent next summer. We're talking about Luca Danni kitchen, and and you know, his his..

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"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

"I mean, it's just it's like he was he was caught so flat-footed not having his own ideas that he that, you know, he's just like jumping and he had to jump in with these like half formed like nags on whatever they had to say. It's I mean, it's been a pretty spectacular brief run. I oh, I there is a there was a great. There was a there was a tweet. I just saw today from I guess it was from a couple of days ago from guy, Dan, lavar at Howard Schultz went from oh is he that Starbucks guy to this man represents literally everything wrong with late capitalism. And I will do everything in my power to stop his rise in like two and a half. As. Close out with solid work. Bill burton. It was the was the political consultant who who is sort of steering the ship. It's it's, you know, there's there are a lot of there's a lot of reasons why this this thing might be kind of tanking the way that it is. But it's been pretty impressive to watch. So far yet. I think the biggest thing you're going to see next is journalists just dining out for day after day or as long as this campaign last on vetting Howard Schultz because there was a there was a post on the lawyer guns and money blog by Paul compos. Who just did some very minor fact checking on Schultz's stories about how he got from the projects in New York City to college and the stories were just totally different. And you know, it again, it was like a relatively minor sort of thing. And it wasn't wasn't wasn't a big. Gotcha. But it was just one of those things where you just realize this. Persons public record nonfinancial public public record has just not been scrutinized at all. Yeah. And you know, this is the kind of stuff was like Donald Trump. You know, is there almost too many moving targets, but that's gonna be the next thing. And that's going to be, you know, days if not weeks of, you know, big big big investigative pieces and little investigative pieces in journalists are going to be very happy. I believe. With get from that. Well, I mean, Jonathan Chait wrote a piece he think he's written a couple of pieces on on Scholten, and you know, for whatever you think about him. I mean, does sort of strike the figure of someone who might be enamored with a Schultz candidacy, but has been pretty clear eyed, and and and tagging towards his chances, and in the midst of of, you know, talking about some other issues he brings up that she'll the the fact that Schultz was shocked at the at the degree of democrat anger and says that that that that his that very surprise is should be disqualifying for his candidate candidacy that he was just, you know, unprepared for this sort of response. And I think that there's something to that amount anything's disqualifying. And I think that you know, you're right that there's going to be a lot of real time, vetting and everything else. I mean, the interesting thing about Schultz is that regardless of what happens to him. Now, you know, if he continues to runs an independent he can continue to run for as long as he wants. To you know. I mean, there's not there's no DNC that's going to be you know, elbowing him off the stage. But, but I do think that that, you know, the there there will be a if there will be a, you know, more of a metaphorical elbowing off, and when people start paying attention to it independent candidate like that, regardless of the amount of money that you have to spend. I think that will you know, I'm sure there's already been a rude awakening. Then it'll only continue. Our David top number three. The Kristaps Porzingis trade will wandering around radio row in Atlanta Thursday..

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"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

"You know, those are his weakest answer by far among a lot of week answers is why don't you just run as a democrat. And he's nerd soggy about how he can't, you know? It's like why don't you run as a centrist democrat your day? You were a democrat. You know, why don't he eat? What don't you try to do what Donald Trump did to the Democrats? If you don't agree with their ideas is running their primary and try to you know, prove that your ideas are more popular than rank and file Democrats. But he doesn't really have a great answer that I mean, it feels like a very ninety s campaign. Does it not? I'm a rich guy. I know how to solve problems. I'm gonna keep saying like, I'm gonna point when they ask you. What are you gonna do about healthcare? You know, because of all the resistance you're gonna face in congress. And he keeps saying I'm just going to have smart people telling me what to do right, which is like a very Russ brust, bro kind of thing. And then also like I just have some kind of CEO know-how. Of how to get things done. I read this piece by Simon Molloy and media matters who was going through some of the greatest hits of centrist movements. Wooing the media. And then going nowhere. You'll remember the unity party and Americans elect also total class. We've now forgotten which was axios co founder Jim Vanda high reading about the innovation party that was going to have more executive Bergen chill Sandberg running the nation. Yes. How did that turn out? And what he taught what he talks about is how this how these kind of candidates are catnip to certain made men and women though, mostly men in opinion media, he mentions yahu is Matt by the Atlantic. Stay would from an ABC's the note, and that's all true. But don't we live in a media world where those people are less powerful than they've ever been. You know, like, I did I didn't know the note was still going. Honestly, I really did not know that I guess as a consumer of media was on. I just feel. Will the media? The political media set up now that centrists actually garner maximum skepticism instead of the loving open embrace of David Brooks, which carries as much weight. What do you think about that? Yeah. I mean, I think it's justifiable. Right. I mean, regardless of your politics, I think it's it means centrism is centrism is not a governing philosophy. Maybe it is maybe it's too much governing philosophy. But like tell us what you tell us. What you believe, you know, don't tell us what you're. What what what makes you like feel icky about the about the existing political parties, you know, about about their structural problems? I think that an and I mean, it's interesting just has you know, I mean from a from a liberal point of view. I mean centrism is is feels like, you know. Hazy night out from you know, last weekend that we're still trying to come to grips with and and and recover from. It's I it's all it means. It's it it just I I don't know it just it just seems like a really just seems like a very strange way right now to try to you know, to to try to make some noise, and especially you know, when when Mike Bloomberg is running as a democrat, who's a, you know strikes a sort of similar figure, but but he's you know, he's decided to go the more. He's decided to go the party route. And listen for you know, regardless of what you think about about Donald Trump's seriousness. You know, particularly was when he was running for president. He was a he was something approaching a public figure for many years leading up to his campaign, you know, a political figure and this just feels like just the I mean, the the the. The sort of novelty of Howard Schultz, just sort of underscores this sort of feeling of a lack of seriousness the fact that he's not coming out with any big platform ideas. Although he's, you know, eager to criticize Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris on on, you know, healthcare and taxes. You know?.

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"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on Channel 33

"You know, I think that there is. I mean, there's there's gotta be some sense of that. If he's running as independent, the the democratic primary will sort of construct the narrative for media, and and and Schultz is a story that is kind of being constructed in real time. And the media can really have a have, you know, an active hand in in telling that story. I it's I think that that, you know, he's he's an interesting character. And I think that people see him as you know, as a, you know, an interesting counterpoint to Donald Trump backstories, and and and you know, business successes and everything else. But I think you know, I mean there had to be some level of hope that he would come forward with some sort of policy that he, you know, some some sort of ideas that he did not I it. It is interesting. I don't know what do you think? Well, just on the base quest. Basic question before we get to his very nebulous ideology. I would say I don't I of course, it's a new story. Right. And of course, like, you're telling me mega maniacal billionaire wants to run for president and will potentially cost the Democrats. What could be a layup election and re elect Donald Trump? That sounds like a story that sounds like a story to me. Now, you don't have to treat Howard Schultz. Seriously. You don't have to pretend that this vision of centrism actually makes any sense or has any kind of hard ideals behind it. But like, of course, that's news. Like, of course, that's that seems like a big deal. And I just I feel a lot of this is like again, I feel we could have like a weekly section of the podcast on this. But it's it's Trump PTSD, which is yeah, we gave the rich guy a lot of attention last time and. And he somehow got elected president. So let's never give the rich guy attention again. And I and I just don't I don't know that that's the reason Trump got elected president. If you watch these Howard, by the way, I gotta say having watched a couple of sheltering this morning. He was much better. I just kind of read like accounts of it and seeing tweets about it mostly and watched again, he was better on camera. I thought but he is not Donald Trump. He does not have that kind of magnetic appeal. So yeah, I mean, I just I just think I just think it is a story. And I think when you watch e again even stuff like morning, Joe the club east cable news show, you could possibly imagine. Like he goes on there. And you sort of come out come away thinking like, oh, boy, this guy doesn't have a lot of ideas as guy doesn't really know what he's talking about now. And that will do the job just fine. Yeah. I mean, I think a lot of the places that gave him. Coverage on morning, Joe is a great example would have given him that same slot. If he had, you know, started new charity, you know, he didn't have to be running for office to get airtime. He is a, you know, successful person that at least the people in those chairs are interested in. But yeah, I mean, you're right. The the the the sort of. The emptiness of it is I think what you know struck a lot of people as as as most galling, you know, we're used to independence or third party candidates being sort of technocrats, or, you know, issue candidates and not like Ghazi idealists, you know, that are coming out here talking about about how both parties have let us down which is true. But it's not, you know, it's it's not particularly helpful on its own. And you know, what we've seen with him. I mean, I think that the the kind of the most poignant critique as as was evidenced by that great sound bite. We played a minute ago. Is that is that third party candidates? Have have come to be seen. You know? It's not it's not the the the biggest obstacle for third party candidacies is is maybe not structural anymore. It's that they're they're viewed as a Trojan horse to just defeat one candidate or another, right? I mean, it's it's not. It the the the the actual message of the campaign is is totally secondary to that, you know, preconceived notion. Yeah. It he doesn't have much of an answer for that..

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"vici" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Find any comparable superstar whose team never experienced the kind of success that New Orleans similarly has an experienced with Davis. So we're doing a podcast as everybody who's listening knows. But I'll just I'm going to do a little color here. A little seen Mike during that both rolled his eyes furrowed his brow. Now is like and that was like massaging his temple. It's going. Great over here. He's going to be fine. Guys. Some of the people that are on this list that cram found to make misery and company. Right. People are miserable than I company Pete Mara vici with the jazz Bernard king tiny Archibald and then Anthony Davis. Yeah. Yeah. And like Pete mayor vich with the jazz they were an expansion team. Tiny Archibald with the kings. They moved from Cincinnati to Omaha to Kansas City. Just in the time. He was there. So I guess the fact that New Orleans has stayed in New Orleans is a positive compared to those peers, but that probably isn't like that's a pretty low benchmark for getting maybe the best draft prospect since LeBron is just staying in the same city just to throw my hat into the misery ring. Alan Iverson is also on this list. Although I feel like that's kinda strange because I enjoyed watching him. They overachieved with that team that lost to the Lakers. I was fine with the Allen Iverson era. I don't think that you feel fine with the Anthony Davis era, though, I mean, like the Allen Iverson era that team was kind of built specifically to respond to him in a in a stranger. I mean like you had planned center like. Can be Matombo was traded for him. They they initially. Live right. They traded for Matombo. Also had Chris I mean. Like, it was just basically you had all the people that were there took just collect the ball. Recycle. It. Is that like they didn't have like a system that felt like it was clicking until like the second half of last last year when you went down and all of a sudden like nowhere felt like oh, they finally us. This is the thing that works like so in addition to and this is for both of your both on the podcast. But in addition to us saying like, okay, they never quite put a team around him. And it didn't quite make sense. Do we feel like like I love Anthony Davis and he fucking loads the box score every time. He plays right. Like, his stat lines are always on the charts. But do we feel like he was like what's his culpability on in terms of like him making his teammates better and him making that team better? I don't know. I feel like that question is always like super loaded. Sure, there should be in effect some sort of -bility for for a superstar that fails to you know, like bring his team up with him or whatever. But like that's extremely romantic way to think about it. Sure. This game. Here and there for for like regular, wear and tear shit. Right. I mean, I I don't know. I don't I don't know. What more I could ask for somebody? That was if you weren't looking was gonna put up a fifty point triple double. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's fair. Like how much more could you possibly ask him to do? And like why is it his fault? That has the doesn't translate to wins and losses Kramer, you on it. Well, I think if you just look at his pure like on or off court for like the last five seasons. The pelicans have been ten points per one hundred perceptions worse when Davis off the court. They've been just when he's on the court one of the best teams in the NBA, but they just completely crater every single season when he's off this season. Obviously being no exception. I think you're Alan Iverson point is a shrewd one because while I also didn't experience that much regular season success. He was also making plans, and he had that one like legendary step over moment. And that one playoff run that Sixers fans will remember where two decades pass at this point Anthony Davis the peak of his pelicans career if he ends up being traded is a first round win. And sure it's kind of not fair that he ran into the warriors both times he made the playoffs. He's second all time in points. The game in the playoffs..

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"vici" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on KCRW

"Earl her heart. Now Hegg vici- lime is in the news because of a new fossil, right? So partly. Yes. Newly discovered fossil the fossil is interesting because the evolutionary relationships of fish other fish have long been controversial scientists have thought of them as very primitive creatures like some sort of transition from a kind of worm light thing to a fish like thing about this new fossil helps us understand that it looks like hide fish, all vertebrates. They all parts of the backbone lineage. They just seem to have lost a lot of the traits that we have things like complex is and bones and tastebuds Serov than being this weird evolutionary throwback. They're actually very very well adapted animals to the somewhat grim and grotesque life that they live mirrors. Russian speeding on Cope's is slamming things that might want to eat them. Boy, does that sound what a life. That's. But I tell you what I was serious when I said that it's one of eve Lucians Marvel's. I think very rarely DC substance with this combination of properties produced by nominal that most people have never heard of Ed young cover science for the Atlantic. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me. This is NPR news. Karen steps never knew her mom as a little girl. Remember? But her mom never came home. She disappeared with Karen was baby. Nearly fifty years later care and begins to unravel some dark family secrets. It's a horrible feeling to feel like everybody knows something, and nobody will tell you the next. Join us for reveal this morning at nine right here on KCRW voted for Donald Trump. I voted for Hillary Clinton. I was not able to vote because I am not a US citizen. Six Americans have recorded their lives since Trump took office two years ago here how their stories have changed the one word that I'm feeling about politics would be hope for our government is a dumpster fire. I don't think I'm going to be interested at all anymore. Any politics. Get this special audio documentary at KCRW dot com slash two years. Joyal.

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"vici" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Edition from NPR news. You might want to set aside your cornflakes for a moment. Now. Ed, young writes in the Atlantic about a substance. He says quote looks revolting. But is also one of nature's more wondrous substances. Unlike anything else that's been concocted by either evolution or engineers? Ed young science writer for the Atlantic joins us. Now. What are you celebrating here? Hi, I'm celebrating the slime produced by a type of fish called the hag fish. So the hike fish is too long creature that lives in the deep ocean. It looks a bit like an eel. But it's not it has no backbone has. No jaws and most tellingly it has the ability to produce incredible amounts of this very very weird and unusual slime. I guess we could both make a lot of jokes about how similar it is to membership. The US. I can neither confirm nor deny. Slime teaspoon of slime at first. But it it really multiplies doesn't it. So a hike fish will release about less than a teaspoon of the slime from the glands on its side. But in like, less than half a second that teaspoonful will expand into liters of slime if you put fish in a bucket at first it'll look like these thin wisps of like white cloudy stuff have been released from its flanks. And then if you stick your hand in swirling around you just be pulling out handfuls of the stuff, it's almost like the entire bucket will have converted into slime. But this is what they do to protect themselves. Right. It's a defensive measure they release it when there are tied to when their stress there's a lot of them. Predators might say. I know what? I'm Evan for lunch. Right. Exactly. They often get bitten and attacked. But when they do they instantly release this massive cloud of slime, which is a very very good at infiltrating nooks and crannies, including the mouths and gills of predators. So there have been these incredible videos of sharks biting hike fish, and then just recoiling their mouths and gills full of slime and just gagging and being forced to retreat sharks essentially saying, I'm sorry. I'm not I'm not as Spielberg shark. They don't pay me enough to to swallow slime. I think it's more like they say. Are higher. Now Hegg vici- lime is in the news because of a new fossil, right? So partly. Yes. Newly discovered fossil the fossil is interesting because the relationships have hike fish fish have long been controversial look a lot of scientists have thought to them as very primitive creatures like some sort of transition from a worm like thing to a fish like thing about this new fossil helps us understand that it looks like hike fish, all vertebrates. They all parts of the backbone lineage. They just seem to have lost a lot of the traits that we have things like complex is and bones and tastebuds Serov than being this weird evolutionary throwback. They're actually very very well adapted animals to the home what grim and grotesque life that they live about emotion stadium. Corpses slamming things that might want to eat. Them. Does that sound what a life? That's. But I tell you what I was serious when I said that it's one of eve Lucians Marvel's. I think very rarely do you see a substance with this combination of properties produced by nominal that most people have never heard of Ed young cover science for the Atlantic. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having me. This is NPR news. Next time on the New Yorker radio hour in exonerated, man. Takes on the prosecutors who sent him to death row speaking in terms of what is a crime would is attempted murder. If I'd say this tiny two dollars from me. But I can tell you. He tried to kill me. Nothing. That's next time on the New Yorker radio hour.

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"vici" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"vici" Discussed on KCRW

"Little bit hard to parse through. But what we definitely know is that all else being equal maintaining some connection with your birth family is not just your parents. But also, your siblings and other relatives is really. Healthy and something that allows kids to do better in their lives by all kinds of metrics. And so one of the things that a lot of parent advocates have said is even if the parent is often prison or is facing other challenges why terminate their rights permanently and irrevocably why not figure out family guardianship situations where they can stay with another relative and still have a relationship with their parents and families and not have that just ended permanently in this way. That can be very scarring for kids. I mean, how does this compare to child welfare cases with a parent who isn't incarcerated? Well, the main way that it's different. Like, I said is is that parents aren't incarcerated can obviously attend family court more regularly and make a case for themselves. They're they can visit with their kids directly and not in a prison setting. They can get a job and pay child support. And they ten, you know, make efforts to obtain housing, which is another thing that judges looked for. So all of those things can help them prove that they're ready to be a parent and stable enough to have the kids back in the home. Ally Hager is a staff writer for the Marshall project. Thanks so much for joining us. Cher. Thanks for having me. As the shutdown rolls on. We're still hearing your reactions. My name is Mick degrades, and we have a environmental services company intercity. Michigan small employee owned business sixteen people. Tire workers, sixty to sixty five percent, federal contracts and days later. We laid off forty people. They all are people who need this money. Many of them have limited access to savings and so forth. And of course, we want to keep them. So this is something that makes me want to recommended the folks in Washington. People other than themselves. Vici Roberts soda more Orlando, Florida. Strike me that all these individuals on such Dr financial situations, and you get economists says fate badge six months savings. And this is part of the overall problem. Our politicians are not guiding us properly and not saying look better. Someone say just good old fashioned values. Hi, my name's Patrick. I worked for the US forest service for close to seven years. I in the last nine months left, my curling foresters due to the fact that I.

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Trump and Schumer-Pelosi brawl over the wall ahead of White House meeting

WSJ What's News

02:58 min | 3 years ago

Trump and Schumer-Pelosi brawl over the wall ahead of White House meeting

"President Trump Tuesday threatened a government shutdown if he doesn't get funding for his proposed border wall it came as he sparred with democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer during a hated meeting in the Oval Office. Mr. Trump has sought five billion dollars for his border wall. While Democrats are offering one point three billion dollars for border security here is part of the exchange between the president house, minority leader Pelosi and Senate minority leader Schumer. I have the White House. The White House's done and the house would give me the vote of I wanted it. But I can't because I need net you need ten votes from Chuck let me say something here. Do not have the votes in the head vici. I do and we need orders. Nancy Nancy, we need border security. I we need border security people up foreing into our country, including terrorists, we have tears. We've caught ten terrorists over the last very short period of time. Ten these are very serious people are border agents, all of our law enforcement has been incredible. What they've done, but we caught ten terrorists these people that were looking to do harm. We need the wall. We need more important than anything we need border security of which the world is just a piece, but it's important jump. Did. You wanna say Sierra? Here's what I want to say we have a lot of disagreements here. The Washington Post today gave you a whole lot of Pinocchio because they say you constantly misstate. How much the wall is how much of the wall is built ano- much there. But that's not the point of disagreement about the washing the weather. It's affected or not on border security. But on the wool we do. Not want to shut down the government. You will call twenty times. Times to shut down the government. You say I want to shut down the government. We don't we want to come to an agreement. If we can't come to an agreement. We have solutions that will pass the house and Senate right now and will not shut down the government. And that's what we're urging you to do not threaten to shut down the government because you're gonna just any choice. You can't pitcher and you shut it down. Yeah. You gonna say something Mr President? You just say my way, or we'll shut down the government. We have a proposal that Democrats and Republicans will support to do a CR that will not shut down the government. We urge you to take out of it's not good border security. Very good. It's not good border security. I won't it's when you look at these numbers of the effectiveness of our border security, and when you look at the job that we're doing just said it is affected. Can I be key? I tell you you just send it out. All these are only areas, we have the we want to do it. You have lost jockettes affective. We don't have oils, it is not affected. Yeah. We've come in here. The first branch of government. Article want the legislative branch but coming in good faith to negotiate with you, the president with Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer the meeting between the three was not originally scheduled to be open to the press stocks turned lower after the exchange was aired on

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Google Reportedly Working On Affordable Mid-Range Pixel Phone For Emerging Markets

Daily Tech News Show

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Google Reportedly Working On Affordable Mid-Range Pixel Phone For Emerging Markets

"At the same time it also puts a lot of emphasis on certain tests that not everybody believes is the best indicator of like the new smart workforce that might work for amazon you know i guess if you had a bunch of great sat scores might say on good schools but it doesn't necessarily mean that that's going to help amazon at some new headquarters all though when you're looking at fifty thousand potential new positions i guess if you're amazon and you're going to invest a lot of money into some new place you want a workforce that has demonstrated that you know that education basis strong vici would make the mayor's take the sat's for you to these cities i think and also fill out maybe an essay test i wonder if they just have a huge amount of intern positions that they're looking to fill as soon as they ramp up no they don't have fifty thousand intern positions that note fifty seven i think they're they're mostly looking like are we going to have an educated workforce local to this and i think i think they also want it sounds like they want an urban situation they wanna put their headquarters in downtown which is interesting as well the economic times says it sources say google presented a mid range version of the pixel smartphone and trading meetings held in malaysia the uk and us last month the device would launch around july or august with a focus on price at markets like india google is also expected to bring the google home pixelbook and the forthcoming pixel three to india soon hindy was added to google assistant last month so it kind of paves the way for a lot of this pixel three is expected to arrive in october and yeah hindi and english you got those on there you can reach a large part not hundred percent reach a large part of the indian market and indian markets seen is an important one to move into.

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