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"vo van" Discussed on Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

03:53 min | Last month

"vo van" Discussed on Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

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"vo van" Discussed on Eigenmarke

Eigenmarke

05:16 min | 2 months ago

"vo van" Discussed on Eigenmarke

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"vo van" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

The Masked Man Show

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"vo van" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

"Okay i'll speak on behalf of like the fans really quick right like obviously the exceed that you kind of knowing love is is no more and what kind of really got the buzzer ben exceed. Was you know this void of really dope either independent or overseas or international talent that you didn't really get to see north america and You know that led to woods. Boom that led to like you know the shinsegae's thin ballers the cantors of the world and so on and so forth. And i think wwe smartly realized that they're not gonna out a w them right like the the the sort of energy that was surrounded by like the the electric annex t takeovers. And like all those you know pay per views have essentially been usurped by a w like. That's that's where that crowd is now. They all went over there so them sort of realizing like okay. We can't do this anymore. We're gonna we're gonna just really just overload our talent on developing young super athletic people and really turning them into like you know. Wwe performers Isn't the worst thing to me. I mean like. I was watching the next day and people were calling like tuesday night raw and like lovie w vibes on this type of stuff. I'm just like you know. It's i'm not i'm not gonna poo poo on it too much like you said it was be fabs debut. The greatest probably not was brown breaker. Getting you know not going by star tonight. Steiner named the best idea. probably not. but i'm looking at this as like a completely new show. I'm looking at this as okay. My real judgment on where the developmental process of where they're gonna take next for the next few weeks or months or years won't really be the sided until maybe the end of this year by let's go back in. Let's let's circle back in like october november december. And see where they're at with all these people because like you said every single segment had somebody brand new somebody who is either use very little on tv or not at all and even vo van wagoner who like somebody was sweet like i have more followers than the guy who might be an xy champion. Today is crazy. It's a lot of people. But you know i i think it's good on. Wwe realizing that the pipeline from nfc to the main roster wasn't an exact science and they had the fix it..

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"vo van" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"vo van" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Think for both of them will be now. It's like it's like when. I remember when vir is getting ready to when we played ready to play. I could see that. Patrick vieira's all oldies Is always energy from the time that game finishes we go train the monday we know we united on the saturday. Everything about him in training change. He's shop quick is more in people's faces because he knows was coming. I think that what's happened with this game was going to happen with lukaku. And virgil dyke is that like virgil set himself. I've got my test to come twisting of the twisting turning while ado and for him to have lukaku at this stage of the season this early in the season when he hasn't really been tested yet for him if he goes through that and he does really well. Then i think we get. We get virgil van. Dyke back the one what we missed for the whole season because he will know in himself. Yes. i'm ready when newsradio. I'm ready to go just how. How many games out managing and if likud can put in a performance even if he does half as much against vo van dyke in what we saw due to survive lamari. If does half as much scores ago links to play the and he himself would be thinking. Yes i'm back with so much on it for both of them at this season that they cannot even finishes nil-nil there's there's something to watch in. This game is something to get from this game from them too. I think could be a real close to.

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"vo van" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 months ago

"vo van" Discussed on NPR News Now

"401k live from npr news in washington on korva coleman. The taliban say they will safe passage for afghans trying to reach the kabul airport and flee the country. npr's jackie northern reports pentagon officials say. The pace of the flights has picked up as more us troops arrived to secure the kapalua airport. Pentagon officials say they hope to do one evacuation flight per hour with anywhere from five thousand to nine thousand evacuees. Leaving afghanistan per day taliban militants are patrolling one side of the kabul airport and there have been reports of beatings and turning away afghans. Still taliban say there will be no reprisals for those wanting to leave in a press conference tuesday. The taliban promised no revenge killings that afghanistan will have an open media and that women will be allowed to work and go to school. It's all part of a charm offensive by the militant group and is being met with scepticism. Jackie northam npr news. The death toll in haiti from last weekend's earthquake is now more than nineteen hundred people and nearly ten thousand others have been injured. Npr's jason vo van reports from near the hard hit city of kyw. Where aid efforts are ramping up. After a day when strong winds and heavy rains from tropical storm grace forced many aid groups to suspend their operations. Relief workers are planning a major push into the quake. Hit south of the country and the needs are great. Tens of thousands of houses were damaged or destroyed according to unicef f. One point two million people in the region were affected by the disaster. Many of them lost nearly everything crews from the haitian government continue search and rescue operations as well as demolishing buildings that were left in precarious states by the temblor and the us military sending eight helicopters to help ferry relief supplies into the region. Jason bobbie-ann npr news in southern haiti. What's left of tropical storm. Fred is streaming north from west virginia. To new england. The national weather service is warning of the chance of flash flooding and says some local areas could get up to five inches of rain opening arguments. Start today in new york in the federal trial against aren. Be star r kelly. He is accused of sexually exploiting children and kidnapping. He has denied all allegations against him. Npr's dossier tziokas says that prosecutors also accused kelly of running a criminal enterprise. They're saying that he headed a whole circle of people including entourage of managers and handlers and publicists and gophers who aided him in this mission in various ways The new york prosecutors are also trying to have other evidence. Admitted that they sh- they say shows that this was a long established crime circle and not just an alleged individual predator. Npr's on since yoga's reporting r. Kelly faces a second federal trial in illinois. there is charged with child pornography and obstructing justice is again denied the charges. You're listening to npr. The george election board is poised to create a review panel. That could strip the state's most populous county of the power of running its own elections. The county is home to atlanta and many democratic voters georgia republican lawmakers claim without providing evidence. That the county's elections are badly conducted officials in australia's most populous state. Say they're seeing a wave of new corona virus infections. Six hundred thirty three new cases and three deaths were reported. Tuesday rachel buongiorno says while not as severe as the us situation. Australia is working to contain the spread of the pandemic new south wales permeate gladys baradji. Clean says the worst is yet to come health. Authorities particularly concerned about the forest leaking into indigenous communities and rural areas with low vaccination rates cases linked to the sydney outbreak prompted lockdowns and camera australia's capital as well as new zealand as the country recorded. Its first case in six months. Melbourne which has been in lockdown for the past couple of weeks now faces a nightly curfew and extended lockdown for another two weeks. Meanwhile a defense contractor in the united states triggered a three day lockdown dongwon and katherine in australia's top-end after he tested positive for corona virus. Three days after his arrival for npr news. I'm rachel buongiorno in down. One of very powerful earthquake rocked the pacific ocean near the island of vanuatu today. Around twelve hundred miles east of the australian coast the magnitude was six point eight. Us officials say there was a chance of a su nami but no sue nami warning was issued in the region. I'm korva coleman. Npr news from washington..

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"vo van" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

Angela Yee's Lip Service

07:35 min | 3 months ago

"vo van" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service

"I'm in right now. Nobody's here but me. I'll be so or they'll be like she's in do by getting shit on by printed. The bench was that this billion dollars. Hey maybe that she. Oh her does she make sure you put billion dollar pushed the billion in front of this weird like it's so weird that's like the first thing that these girls do. They just go straight for the drama with the marriage and i think really now as i'm older it's coming from a place where like none of those girls on that stage are even in relationships like not even close but you so bad vision. I saw you. Don't even have a negative claims. You let all fucking big ass care on my finger and been married for nine years. What a beautiful daughter. So i don't understand like that's really what you're mad about like just that's it in by jake. Bowen they want everybody sangomas or boo. Exactly she'll every woman a relief anytime jacob. I barely post shit. Like bitches are really bad why i come home to roses which i come home to fucking new cars like ib. Be coming up. I if i posted the shit that my husband in i like are real like these would be sick. That's not supposed to happen. It's not my shop. Were buying one something. It will be a notchers. I'm telling you you saw y'all when they don't be mad already mad now that when. You take a argue. Do you still have sex when you were going through a rocky time is still like we are you. At least you'll have sex. Or is it like man. When i i can't even do it. Not much listen. This is why he's the best person for me. We don't argue like that jacob. He's literally the opposite. Of if i come in and i'm like just going off about whatever happened in my day. That didn't go how i wanted to. He fixes it like he does not come for me ever so it's light. It's so refer just to stay at the fucking house every day. I wouldn't do literally everything is taking care of like. I don't like he's the best person for me but about in the bedroom. Who was more dominating you him. Oh now see okay. So let's not get into a he is definitely from detroit and he's he's very neat and very humble but that man. That's probably why we're still married. 'cause fabisch like meanings amazing sacks and jacob is beside the he's just the coolest down to earth person. The sex is great by an meeting. Because i find that meeting jacket there rear light. It seems that you are very dominating president but that usually means in the bedroom you like to be mudassar. I'm very submissive. In the bedroom. Jacob is like over like he's yeah like we. Yeah we were just wanted to make the fans think this is the funniest stores. One of my most watched videos ever on instagram. That i posted. We were on vacation so we always do a trip on our anniversary and lasts or two years because we didn't do anything last year because a coded the year before that he and i went to jamaica and we broke the bed at the hotel why people were all being. The people and the band was fucking baroque. Either pay for a whole new haven in more thirty like how could you have been injured will try pots workshop where we were in dubai. This year in our anniversary went to dubai and all the fans are like under the comments. Don't break the bed bed before. I've never broken a bit before. Yeah the leg off the leg. The when you're talking on a and your brakes vo van to fuck in bed. That did happen to me west. But i think it's because you know when you get your first bed ikea in the west. I think i do. All the bad girls in the world have have broken something having sex like eight nearly the bad but like you could have been sitting on the program on think was hanging on the wall. Allen is like yeah. I think anyone i think if you really be having like crazy dominant crazy sex in the bedroom you someone he goes. Cr- jake breaks the bets. Like that's what. I think it is when you when you have that dominated sex like that you and i feel like girls like aggressive girls like like myself and like you like we kinda need that like like you said it's nice that he holcombe you dabble in the bedroom up holiday all of that. You need that you need that balance your daddy daddy. Whatever the one right now. It's on love in the bedroom. What's your What's his goto position. That always makes him He likes me from the back. Okay that that's like my favorite position too though. I don't know like it's just like my favorite position but from the back or reverse cowgirl. 'cause i really be thrown that shit the fuck back. Come up alabama and that's fun and that doesn't work out. Good like bernardin every birds couches as it's literally rubbing on your clay at it's the best. It's the fucking best. Reverse cowgirl is easiest way to be ente- is not the most you know. Strenuous agenda is new. You face is easier because you can like move down. You don't have to necessarily be on tap. You don't have to data standing because i felt like we'll reverse cowgirl you more have to like standing kind kinda do squats. Yeah i like that. Well yeah ice hockey. That's more like a reverse froggy position. When you get up on your feet. I will you do reverse cowger. You don't always be on your fee autobiography beyond that. It's better than show. Like what i'll do is i'll do when i.

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European MPs Targeted by Deepfake Video Calls

The CyberWire

01:49 min | 7 months ago

European MPs Targeted by Deepfake Video Calls

"Someone impersonating a spokesman for imprisoned russian opposition figure alexander navalny conducted zoom meetings with european parliament members. The sessions featured. What the guardian and nl times called a deepfake video call purporting to be volley associate leonid volkov which volkov himself said looked pretty convincing. Speculation about responsibility for the incident has focused on vo van and lexus. Two well-known russian prank callers pranksters and such nuisance. Humorous are known. The incident is of course troubling for coming at a time when navalny is imprisoned and on a life threatening hunger strike and it's worth noting that relatively senior political officials were taken in by the scam but to place it in perspective. This is more shock jock stuff than it is a spore of new and devilish lena. Various approach to disinformation technically. It's a cut above the kind of jerk who had called the live news coverage to holler bubba buoy during the slow motion. Chase of oj. Simpson's bronco down the four zero five in los angeles but let's keep it in perspective. The lesson is that video that appears genuine alive call need not be and that some authentication beyond look and feel is necessary but we already knew that it's even become atropine gag insurance commercials where there's a guy video conferencing with his move colleague and so forth. At any rate on balance not very funny and vo von alexis themselves aren't novices. We note. they pranked to name. Just three sir. Elton john the duke of sussex and senator bernie sanders but of their targets have been critics of the russian regime. Mr putin himself has not been pranked and seems unlikely to be

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"vo van" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

Talentos para o Sucesso

04:43 min | 10 months ago

"vo van" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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"vo van" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"vo van" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Welcome back. You're listening to art. Goes downtown from the simpsons. Hit run game composed by marc baril. Jeff thomas cook in alan levy also pry the last episode. We did where this track was played. It was episode. Twenty five dash six being based around the simpsons and originally when we pick that episode topic. I genuinely believe that. Not as the music would all be bad. But that there'd be nothing on it that would really stand out because it was all like you know. Licensed game was also before they asked pat. People like hurt doing music for licensed games. And i didn't wanna do like a whole episode of the arcade game music And that's a lotta people remember but then discovered some cool tracks and some that were okay. This particular track which was not just okay was superb. Blew your socks off. I listened to it in the carnell. Listen to it at the gym. Now i listen to it while working out in the basement. I play this all the time. In fact it's funny. How i can genuinely feel like every track i pick and some of them may well fall under this they can all just track i to in my day to day life i would have picked him for the show but then like you know what i just over time and never stop ever so. It's a good song it's a nice. It's a good length to because it can loop and there's still so much happening and it's still three or four minutes and it's got so many cool things going on but it's a it's a it's an infinite loop type trag. I went to a job new jersey and back i know shocking especially nowadays but i drove all the way the jersey and then back and the entire trip back. This track just played the entire tone. I mean i was going eighty miles an hour but still us thinking about this a while back because i used to drive to play. Ddr every weekend would go out to jersey. And i'll get on the turnpike or i'll get onto the other highways three twenty something i don't know and we twenty two twenty two. I forget there's another. There's another highway thirty. We're going to figure this out later. Shout numbers at each other. But it's kinda parallel to seventy parallel to ninety to ninety five. Thank you for not just shutting numbers at each other but that was the actual number one. It just kind of mind but i would go on these trips. I'd be like oh man. Awesome driving for like forty minutes to an hour so boring but then. I thought i didn't have an mp3 player. I had a cd player. So i would just put in a cd. And if i listen to this all the way through the time it's done. I'm at the place and so i listened to tenacious d and just over and over again i would just be like okay s. It's nasa's is over. I will get there listening at the tribute song or whatever the sasquatch song that would be at the spot i also do that with super euro. Be something from a from an initial the initial super battle mix but i will say s dangerous business. I can't speak for everybody. But i can definitely say that No i have like obviously if people will listen you also know. My favorite genre of music is pretty much shooting what that doesn't mean. I generally listen to shoe on the car. And this. isn't this this. This was a shoe gay song. This is like this is like a pop punk greens. So i listen to when it comes to gm all over the place but the weird thing about is that be gm. Generally when i listen to anyway is energetic. The perks you guess you get you excited so unfortunately if i'm blessing great. Bgn mukarram usually speeding driving. Recklessly brian mega worse. Like if i'm gonna lane by myself and this clear. I might pop one hundred okay. You don't have to tell the police about this. But if you're on one of the many beautiful turnpike's east coast pennsylvania turnpike that crazy gushers. He turnpike in the new york three way. Oh talk about boring drive. That's music like this. Kicks ed because again. If you're you get your own lane which means that. There's no risk jim. Fillers any risk of you like hitting any other card or anything like my old truck or to drive a blazer. Ninety eight blazers old car. And if i got to so much as eighty miles now early start to shake and rattle about the fall apart. It could not hold it once. I got my current car. It was designed to go like one hundred and fifty hundred sixty miles to remember. You can believe it. You're like wait a minute driving way too fast and eighteen. Just wait up. This is crazy so like now. This stuff is easy for me. Like if i'm not paying attention in the music kids just right in the lane is open. I will easily crack insane speeds and then like just be glad at a competency me do it when i realize how fast i'm going starring personnel milk toes vo van johnson as van johnson. That would be your out there. Boosting cars fast fast and furious named is bad johnson. I like to drive fast fast cheese steaks. Oh yeah delicious chased against my my current one hot sauce and teriyaki. So that's the combo justice and it worked on man. I have time hot sauce last night. What did i eat. I had a burrito. Because i couldn't eat any leftovers gas. I needed a break. The downside to thanksgiving so tired. Good food okay. I'm not going to focus around my number five cornell. This is number five. Oh wait before you choose it five. I think as you were going to name off to dummy tracks you pick 'cause you remember how us somebody i picked. The new ended up eight tracks. Four of them were yours. Okay three of them were mine. One of them was a guest. The number one is yours but technically not wait. How the technically nine. We'll get to that because we've had some weird shows but three of your tracks did not make my cut. But they're very good. I can give an honorable. Mentions at the end of the show. I appreciate you i know about. We might even still listen to it anyway. Because i love the song but this is the first one. This is number five. It's from stink. Face jams with bruce irons. I love that they first of all number one. I love cameron. He's a great do is genuine. He's real and he's friendly. He's inclusive addicts the best jumping shot. He he hits threes over and over again. Three three three swish swish swish He also plays for the orlando falcons. Yes orlando blues. No he's just a great great guy. He's My headphones fell apart. Char got kept up. I keep talking about my friend And just it's really good to know it to meet people through the podcast and meet people through music Who are just who were just really great people to to to now. I'm really. I feel really to know cameras. So this is on his show. Stink face chance which is idea which was any jam that makes you pull a stink face and but this is my track that i found. This is for the second. Genesis tomato game is theme. I hit right. This is team.

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"vo van" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"vo van" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Welcome back. You're listening to art. Goes downtown from the simpsons. Hit run game composed by marc baril. Jeff thomas cook in allah levy also pry the last episode. We did where this track was played. It was episode. Twenty five dash six being based around the simpsons and originally when we pick that episode topic. I genuinely believe that. Not the music would all be bad. But that there'd be nothing on it that would really stand out because it was all like you know. Licensed game was also before they asked pat. People like hurt doing music for licensed games. And i didn't wanna do like a whole episode of the arcade game music And that's a lotta people remember but then discovered some cool tracks and some that were okay. This particular track which was not just okay was superb. Blew your socks off. I listened to it in the carnell. Listen to it at the gym. Now i listen to it while working out in the basement. I play this all the time. In fact it's funny. How i can genuinely feel like every track i pick and some of them may well fall under this they can all just track i to in my day to day life i would have picked him for the show but then like you know what i just over time and never stop ever so. It's a good song it's a nice. It's a good length to because it can loop and there's still so much happening and it's still three or four minutes and it's got so many cool things going on but it's a it's a it's an infinite loop type trag. I went to a job new jersey and back i know shocking especially nowadays but i drove all the way the jersey and then back and the entire trip back. This track just played the entire tone. I mean i was going eighty miles an hour but still us thinking about this a while back because i used to drive to play. Ddr every weekend would go out to jersey. And i'll get on the turnpike or i'll get onto the other highways three twenty something i don't know and we twenty two twenty two. I forget there's another. There's another highway thirty. We're going to figure this out later. Shout numbers at each other. But it's kinda parallel to seventy parallel to ninety to ninety five. Thank you for not just shutting numbers at each other but that was the actual number one. It just kind of mind but i would go on these trips. I'd be like oh man a driving for like forty minutes to an hour so boring but then. I thought i didn't have an mp3 player. I had a cd player. So i would just put in a cd. And if i listen to this all the way through the time it's done. I'm at the place and so i listened to tenacious d and just over and over again i would just be like okay s. It's nasa's is over. I will get there listening at the tribute song or whatever the sasquatch song that would be at the spot i also do that with super euro. Be something from a from an initial the initial super battle mix but i will say s dangerous business. I can't speak for everybody. But i can definitely say that No i have like obviously if people will listen you also know. My favorite genre of music is pretty much shooting what that doesn't mean. I generally listen to shoe on the car. And this. isn't this this. This was a shoe gay song. This is like this is like a pop punk means so i listen to when it comes to him all over the place but the weird thing about is that be. Gm generally when i listen to anyway is energized. The perks you up you get you excited. So unfortunately if i'm blessing great bgn mukarram. Usually speeding driving recklessly. Brian mega worse. Like if i'm gonna lane by myself and this clear on might pop one hundred okay. You don't have to tell the police about this. But if you're on one of the many beautiful turnpike's east coast pennsylvania turnpike that crazy gushers. He turnpike in the new york three way. Oh talk about boring drive. That's music like this. Kicks ed because again. If you're you get your own lane which means that. There's no risk jim. Fillers any risk of you like hitting any other card or anything like my old truck or to drive a blazer. Ninety eight blazers old car. And if i got to so much as eighty miles now early start to shake and rattle about the fall apart. It could not hold it once. I got my current car. It was designed to go like one hundred and fifty hundred sixty miles to remember. You can believe it. You're like wait a minute driving way too fast and eighteen. Just wait up. This is crazy so like now. This stuff is easy for me. If i'm not paying attention in the music kids just right in the lane is open. I will easily crack insane speeds and then like just be glad at a competency me do it when i realize how fast i'm going starring personnel milk toes vo van johnson as van johnson. That would be your out there. Boosting cars fast fast and furious named is bad johnson. I like to drive fast fast cheese steaks. Oh yeah delicious chased against my my current one hot sauce and teriyaki. So that's the combo justice and it worked on man. I have time hot sauce last night. What did i eat. I had a burrito. Because i couldn't eat any leftovers gas. I needed a break. The downside to thanksgiving so tired. Good food okay. I'm not going to focus around my number five cornell. This is number five. Oh wait before you choose it five. I think as you were going to name off to dummy tracks you pick 'cause you remember how us somebody i picked. The new ended up eight tracks. Four of them were yours. Okay three of them were mine. One of them was a guest. The number one is yours but technically not wait. How the technically nine. We'll get to that because we've had some weird shows but three of your tracks did not make my cut. But they're very good. I can give an honorable. Mentions at the end of the show. I appreciate you i know about. We might even still listen to it anyway. Because i love the song but this is the first one. This is number five. It's from stink. Face jams with bruce irons. I love that they first of all number one. I love cameron. He's a great do is genuine. He's real and he's friendly. He's inclusive addicts the best jumping shot. He he hits threes and over again. Three three three swish swish swish He also plays for the orlando falcons. Yes orlando blues. No he's just a great great guy. He's My headphones fell apart. Char got kept up. I keep talking about my friend And just it's really good to know note to meet people through the podcast and meet people through music Who are just who were just really great people to to to now. I'm really. I feel really lucky to know cameras. So this is on his show. Stink face chance which is idea which was any jam that makes you pull a stink face and but this is my track that i found. This is for the second genesis. Bill's tomato game this theme. I hit right. This is team.

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"vo van" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"vo van" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"And I could hear it in your voice you know what I'm ready I can hear it I so I'm gonna go with television television Eric plots with me all right here we go we go up from Seinfeld resigned vo van all right here we go George once suffered from was it swimming itch shrinkage hernia or a broken nose I'm gonna go to shrink it there you go hi one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five again open board if you call right now I can get you on it is that easy get on music movies television New Jersey New Jersey one a one point five I gather one a one point five Coleman's got the music in the movies Eric got New Jersey and the television and the wind is they have been flying fast and furious here they have been going crazy we give me once not on hold she's on hold she got my number one yeah Hey technical stuff yeah I tried to work your board for you you might as well all right I got some open slots Joe bondage strappy a one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five catch a rising star in the Princeton Hyatt regency and you work with machete before yeah years ago we did this club in stand Namik all living beings yeah is is is like you say that room for Joe precious as bad now.

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"vo van" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

14:43 min | 2 years ago

"vo van" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Just 'cause they part of it. I'm sure is what makes sense Ed's As far as where people are fans of a certain franchise then it makes it easier for them if they could just go down the line obey obey obey Bam Bam for the most part But that I'm sure crowd control has some to do that to put this person here. We can expect a certain crowd level So we need to be able to control the crowds like Batista had a line all day. Yeah pretty much at least when I was there. He had a line all day Chris not so much his abdomen flowed. George would have a line when he was at his table. I never saw John Cusak at his table. So I don't know what kind of lines he had when he was there at Man across in that same section a if I was looking getting at here. Christopher ECCLESTON table behind us was his face from mystery science theater the new one and Felicia Day and some other some other people felicia always had a line. The other guy did I felt kind of bad for him. So but yeah so I got right in line for Chris. At his table he had a photo op. Right away So that he was going to. He was scheduled to be this table after that in Batista actually had his panel first thing so he the scheduled to be at his table after that so but I was really far up in the line at least as regular people they had separate line for the people that board had like the VIP type badges were. They had their own shorter designated line. They could get then So one crew showed up like rbis right there. And everybody's got got the lying got the autograph. I got to say. Hi to him And he's he was Super Nice I'm not a Expert by any means but There's just a part of his late. He he seemed genuinely happy to be there like he was talking with people. Shaking hands and You're answering questions and in that survey but you could could just kind of tell the he's not the he's definitely knew the whole convention thing and he's he's he'll get better as he does more I think he'll get more comfortable. Not Better but more comfortable but you could just Kaieda tell that he was like this is it. You Know I. It's it's new to all these. Yeah here and they WanNa see me the and they want to pay for my signature on something like this is wild ya you know what I like you know. He's making the effort at Eddie's kind of you know he's come around and I think that's awesome that he's like really is he's Kinda getting more into it and going to conventions and I really helping out my direction. 'cause I really WANNA meet him. Yeah he probably will eventually but you can. You can just kind of tell you can tell who's been doing like the Convention circuit for a while and knows how this goes knows you know like how to had to you. Work the crowd and that sort of thing And Chris was just like like sweet baby. Dear you're so new to this okay. Used to give it time. Yeah we're just happy. We're just happy you're here man. Yeah so I got Chris's autographs And deny Went in got the Jarvis Line for Batista and proceeded to wait. Wait in the line line with slowly move at varies slowly grew very slowly Vo van. I don't know if it was just the sheer number of people that was was causing it to go so slow because apparently Batista's not much of a talker So it wasn't like he was chatting with people all the time I got got up there. He chat with people for you know a minute or so not like drawn on conversations like some others do but in Salt Lake. He was completely ignoring not talking to people. But I think there's just the sheer number of people that there was a lot of. VIP's he's too so they get priority over US non VIP folk So I waited lyman slowing him slowly. Moving slowly move. And eventually he was scheduled to leave to go to a photo op and was scheduled to be back at his table for like an hour and a half because he gets his designated lunch break after that and I was hungry to do at that point so oh I abandoned ship because there is no way I was going to get to him before he left is like he's going to be gone for an hour and a half and I'm hungry uh-huh it's like. Let's let's try again after lunch. Winter seats you each exactly exactly so I left and thankfully because I was parks close able to go back to my car. Drop off some stuff and brought food and was able to like go and sequester for myself my car for like a half hour and charge my phone each in like decompress because by that point had been in the large crowds of people for several hours so that was not and so then I went back and it was still not time for Batista to be back get so I went to they have designated 'cause play meet UPS like built into their schedule which is really cool. So in that doesn a cost play area they had scheduled for like different phantoms. So it was like you know all the anime people meet at at this time and all the DC caused players meet at this time so there happened to be a doctor who they meet up so I went over there in one of the convention. People like out. Yeah close get everybody here in front of this backdrop fixtures Facebook page so they did pictures from the backdrop and then with the tardiness in different combinations like all the doctors all the companions like doctors went their companions and and like all the Rosa's players together all the river players together so that was pretty cool that they like actually do that. Like like official in. Have Somebody who works the con there to take pictures so that they can go up on their social media so that You could go to their facebook page later and find those pictures Slash prequel. So then I went back got back in line for Batista again and waited an I'd be chatting with people that were in lying and I had a and I was chatting with you guys. Let 'em Facebook Messenger texting Chauncey and you. You know just kind of people watching because it was kind of Nice because we're Batista was located where the line was. We were up against the wall. That went by bye-bye most of the celebrity area. So we live moved. I could like see down tables and stuff and you celebrity watching people off and It also happened to be right where the area was that. They were using for the celebrities Bernice to go backstage to like the Green Room Where they could go get food and go to the bathroom? Yeah do whatever So you know I be like sailing. They're just kinda chilling and know that here in excuse me. And it's Chris Aranda leading to catcher. So he can get by prints predict sure. Go right ahead. Don't mind me. I won't do you. Company company like Michael Dorn War from Star Trek by Tricks they're DAX on destroy. Sign walk by right. She's not age since she was on the spine. Domains Gorgeous It just you know watching you know watching touching just stick because players would come by and people would you know stop and stop them and Astra pictures and At one point right Lou Ferigno scared the bejesus out of one of his handlers. I was lying minding my business at all. Here's his loud scream agreem- blood-curdling and I look and she because he because he had like a a woman minute a guy at his table you know healthy money and stuff. And she's sitting at the table with her face in her hands. Oh boy sure. Out of sheer embarrassment Paris meant the guy. Handler is laughing. His glut offs and this huge smile on his face and I can ASEAN his hand. He was holding a penny wise mask. Oh that thing freaks me out. You better be on the posters posters. So he was very proud of himself the fact that he was able to scare her. I missed I missed him. Actually wearing hiring it holding it. I could figure out what had happened. Imagine someone has video of pitchers somewhere. Oh sure maybe be careful. Maybe twitter's something I have no idea I don't know so so that was entertaining. Tainting keeps keeps a waiting in line for being that four events eventually the point where like by photo author Christopher Michael. Civilised coming up at I could see. Chris was still tables as long as Chris Table. I knew I will. I was fine. I do not have to leave. Leave for the photo op area yet and I got no excuse snap of the anyways next two busy scaring someone to think about so. I got so far into the line and eventually Chris lasting like So I gotta go. So abandon ship again thank and whatnot line for the photo op. which the photo op? I don't know how much of this is Galaxy Konin. How much of this is the company? That does the photo ops. I think it's probably more the company that does the photo OPS schoffstall Griffey Company. That does these things But I really liked their. You're set up the way they were doing this they had Do like a celebrity by the convention. Seen how this works the the professional photo ops as have a section. That's curtained off. And they've got you know for toddlers setups usually multiple so they can do multiple people at the same time with different celebrities. But what they had is they took the area and set up. Lines The tape down with lines with numbers. Nice big numbers the each lines. You could see which numbers which which they could have signs put up at the front and then they had this big digital sign and I wish I got a picture of it but but it was as big digital sign that they updates if they needed to but it had the celebrity name or whatever the photo op is whether single celebrity in so cases multiples the photo op. What time it was supposed to be whether the LO- line was opened yet for you to get into it and then the line number or depending on where the VIP get in line three? If your general admission get in line for it. Sounds like Ryo goes into part of the airport. Yeah it is. It's like that means like Disneyworld so like I did. I was able to go and see the sign. Christopher ECCLESTON three fifteen. VIP's line number whatever general mission line. Whatever and I was just able to get going and I'll have to worry about whether I was in the right station nuts? It was so nice to have somebody making announcements on. Smith's you know is is photo windows. Were closing it like this is your last call for a photo op to power rangers. If you've got so that was that was really cool like if you go and you know you show your proof of purchase for.

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"vo van" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"vo van" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This might be continue this. Today's a calls day says data gathered around the campfire eight oh, eight Camby are will open them up on the other side guy in there. He's from Mexico is sponsored by Donald financial group. Because planning is a process for loans insurance investment. It's an retirement, call Greg dull at eight six four nine six twenty three hundred m I be representing the younger generation, the kinda guy who will wear a Stephen Jackson era starter jacket. Good morning, brother. How you're feeling sin more than. Yeah. I I, I had all the tire on yesterday. I had to send paulie pre-game picture that very much the throwback jacket, the K D journal, the war, your shorts I tried to rally this team as much as I could. But I guess we just fell short. How are you processing it as a guy who's a young man? Well, I fell asleep before the hearing, the Klay news. So I woke up this morning about I've felt a little piece with the laws because of the injuries in rollover and I see the notification Hartford firm Thompson tears ACL in my, my heart just dropped. I really feel for you. There might be some people waking up right now who don't know because they might have gone to bed right after the game. The frustration just breaking news, guys Klay Thompson, tours AC. So when did you see it certainly think good things? I thought hyperextended the knee may be also you guys. I meant to mention this real quick move is that I thought that I was surprised the warriors were there blacks, again considering the loss game four in the blacks, I'm like, really I thought it was just saying goodbye to Oakland because it said the town. Town half court. Did you got to go the we believe jerseys? And how about this? Can I get a Steph curry tunnel shot in his last game? At oracle any make one he had to do the full court one from the other side, didn't he? They did the, the route. Mitch messed with how our guy Huby Brown. The one guy Vo Van Vliet is the finals. You know what can I get a huge round of applause for Hugh being the iconoclastic thinker.

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"vo van" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"vo van" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Welcoming Natalie gold attorney and founder of leash law, and we were discussing Kim Kardashians. Pronouncement of doing an apprenticeship in law and then taking the bar Natalie weapons program. Thank you so much for having me. So standing is that we are one of the few states here. Maybe there are three or four that allow people to do. Exactly what Kim Kardashians contemplating. But as I wash my son go through law school, and the hours and hours and the reams and reams of paper and outlines that are he produces on a daily basis. I think to myself there ain't no apprenticeship on earth. That's going to replace that. So how does she plan to actually pass the bar? So it's a great question, and my regards to your son in law, and actually I'm a I'm a license journey and so St.. New York and California that have the hardest part bam as well as have this in place that allow someone to fit the wall school it goes straight through an apprenticeship that for the bar, but here's A and minuses to do that. Like, you said that's a drill. It is tough getting through school. There's reams of paper. There's so much to do so much learning. How ever many moss schools are really focused on teaching the Sealy of the law. Now, an apprenticeship a wonderful opportunity, especially from Legno who wanna get through wedge and get to a position where they can start making money to actually learn has on so big proponent, and I would like to think that came crashing got the idea from my first book millennial of the universe, which actually gets are not exactly this. Maybe she did who knows. And so how would you do it other than doing the apprenticeship? And then doing the very same reading or listening to online law school courses that give you that same Aotearoa, which would amount to ten hours a day of work. Maybe twelve hours a day of work for two three years, right? So what happens is is that Kim Kardashian is the thing wants to civic kind of lawyer mostly our specialists, so she's doing with them. No wire, she'll know that area there. Well, where she won't no other pockets that are often pets them talking about constitutional law talking about towards talking about property. So those things I salute I suggest that she starts taking a bar preparation courses to day because even though she's yours away far exams. Start really hearing understanding and listening constantly to the other areas of law. She's not gonna get any exposure. Which is downside to punch Vo Van. You become really great. And one thing that you're not bought enough at park them. But you're you're you're void in my question for some to some extent. I I get what you're saying. I absolutely agree with that. But I don't know how from an operations. Standpoint that translates into less than ten hours a day for two years. I think that the bar exam programs when you go through them, which I have for New York, New jersey and California all where I'm Lisa. Do an extraordinary job at teaching you for the test. That's not to say that that instead of a law school education. However, I also think that if someone is willing to do this apprenticeship program and actually walk that line and do what it takes. They might be the kind of person also sent the kind of time to get themselves prepared for that far exam. Damage time. That's what you're trying to to give me. So how much time for the typical person? You're gonna spend the summer studying for the exam for. Said somebody who already is reviewing material they already know and focusing it in for example, this is people learning the material for the first time. Year. That's okay. I said ten hours a day for two years. Here's a day for a year. That includes the apprenticeship if you're doing the apprenticeship preparing for the exam. I don't see how it goes to ten less than ten hours a day. Do you? Look at the pens on the person, I was pregnant I just California far, and I studied maybe three hours a day. And I with the hardest pass rate of all time this past July. Already done nine. Yeah. Yeah. Ready to get the basics in. This is what I'm going out is that she makes it seem like it's an apprenticeship. And you know, I'll be in Japan of cobbler at the end because I'll see Japan to-, how he couples would you know? It's like, no, no, there's hundreds probably thousands of hours of material. It's gotta be crammed into your head. In addition to that apprenticeship program, right? I mean, she didn't go to college. I mean, I think she only finish highschool not saying that she can't do it. But yes, she hasn't done any higher education. I wish her the best into, but I just the public. It's the idea that she'll get you work for the past six. No big deal. Just curious. Do you know how many people do it this way and and actually pass right right berry, maybe dozens as opposed to sows and take apart every single year, and how many people I have friends that have passed the bar exam. But a lot of times I wasn't somebody telling me it takes an average of two or three. Three or four times to pass it. It really depends on the person. I'm less enough. Thank goodness. Able to the first time for every bar exam. I'm not little arm. We're we're trying we're trying to get an average an average is likely three times for New York, California with are typically the hardest bar, and and and then of shooter last train of thought the other questions get asked him about what percentage of those who do this apprenticeship training passed the bar. What percentage not the number of actually pull it off? How many try to do it? But can't what's the percentage of the bacon? They don't even give you the percentage because the people who do the program it's such a small percent of everyone taking the far. But I would guess that. Probably ten percent of the friendship was probably less than ten percent of people taking the bar of my new menu over percentage. We're able to pull this off. Right. Okay. Well, we wish Kim credentials. Yeah. Tell us about your law firm practice. So I am a wealth attorney. I do a lot of advising for families about protecting legacy for the next generation, which is and I also actually do a lot of work with millennials coaching and mentoring them. So I love when I read this article about Cam, and I agree. I heard the best which is excessive lie because many millennials to do something like this there to downing and debt today, and that's really big epidemics student loan debt. Hey, listen and a lower. You what I understand is why she doesn't just do the lectures and everything from home. If that's what she wants to do. I stop lecturing and medical school was so disinheriting to look at electoral with eight kids at the rest of her at home. Forget it all stay home too. I'm with you a lot of law school at least when I went to typically don't allow for Skyping in. But I think that the way to. Yeah, they just don't get much money that way, that's the problem. Right. Well, thank you so much. We appreciate again, the leash law. We appreciate your time with us. Thank you for having. They had a great one that Alicia gold attorney release shallow. Our number's eight hundred two two five to two. I was pregnant and I passed the bar Kim has four kids and she's married to cognac and she's got like her billion dollar business. Unlike. She's she can't do it. But I don't one year of to studying an apprenticeship is going to be enough. You're gonna see Congressman Tom McClintock regarding immigrants sanctuary cities midday live. They have. KABC pop quiz. If you sell a home for five hundred thousand dollars, how much would.

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"vo van" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"vo van" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Earlier in the show, we covered a story about why it might be a dangerous time to invest in Europe. And you know now, and then we'll have people come on the program and say, well, the stock market's going to crash or the stock market is gonna rally twenty percent, thanks sometimes you need to kind of put away the noise and just put your head down and do your job the total return, I'm gonna just share a little statistic with your hair, folks. The total return for the S P five hundred over its ten year bull market was a gain of about seventeen point five percent. Per year over the last ten years that's about it means you more than tripled your money, you're almost quadrupled your money during that ten years. If you missed the twenty best percentage gain days over that ten year bull run, Chuck because you thought you were so smart, you knew that in two thousand eleven the market was coming to a close or the world was coming to an end when Donald Trump got elected. Well, you cut your gain to eight point six percent because you missed twenty days out of ten years. That's amazing to me, they, you know, people time this market. And I've I've know I've learned this over my career. I started in the securities business back in nineteen Eighty-four. And I in that time, Chuck I can't tell you anybody who's consistently been able to time the market. No, I in general, most people can't. And actually, I was looking at some data on the the best ten year returns in the S and P five hundred history because I was kind of curious where this ended up falling in. Do you have any idea in terms of what percentile this ranks in terms of you know, the SNP's historical ten year returns? I would think it's pretty high up there. I, you know, we we went so low in two thousand eight and early two thousand nine I don't know. I'm going to say top five pretty close ninety four th percentile of top six. There were only so pretty much only five percent of ten year. Periods have been better for the S and P five hundred than the one that we just saw the if you take a look at the median returns to kind of that fiftieth percentile return for the S and P typically returned historically about eight and a half percent a year the average return when you not the middle one. But just kind of the average when you look at everything is nine point two percent. That's what we typically see over ten year periods. You know, you often reference a a paper a white paper that was published by vanguard, and it talks about. The real value of having a financial adviser because when things are coming when the wheels are coming off, right? And they were coming off in October of two thousand and eight and they're coming off the carton February and March of two thousand and nine, but that paper you reference from vanguard talks about really the the value of the advisers that they keep you invested in the market when you're tempted to sell your stocks because things are going sideways. Yeah. Vo Van Gogh. Did a study the study if you want to look it up on your own. It's it's called advisor alpha and pretty much what what they found is that the single biggest components of you know, kind of what in advisor does for that helps is they keep you from doing dumb things at dumb times. That's the short answer. Again. It's not, you know, graceful to say it that way. But that's the truth. It's hey, they keep you from buying when everyone else's exuberant. And they keep you from selling when everyone else's depressed. Roka's look Brodsky. And they try to help you. From time to time the market, right? Yeah. Broad scheme of things. Look, you're not going to be right on every investment decision that you make. It's better to be right on ones where it's, hey, if you're moving a little bit around the edges, it's okay to be right or wrong there. But when you make the decision to either put everything in or take everything out on a given day, you are seeing with one hundred percent certainty on those days that this is either the top or bottom of the market, and no one is especially for something as complex as stock prices. How can you ever be one hundred percent? Sure, you can't you can't hatred. Chipotle. Mexican grill is in the news. Again, this time for good reason not food poisoning related. It has to do with their deal with then Bo, but I I hadn't looked at this stock and while Chuck and in the last year, you could have bought this stock for three hundred and seven dollars a share today. It's trading for six hundred and thirty six dollars a share. Yeah. And for you know, some of the questions about Brian nickel. When he came over fr. From Taco Bell. You know, people said, hey, g is he the right guy for the job early returns. And granted it's only been about a year March fifth so just over a year. Now Hurley returns a really good. I mean, the stock prices almost doubled under his tenure so far. Like to be the board of Taco Bell. And let this guy go, right? It also would I will say is the fact that you know, he's come in and kind of square things away. So quickly kind of points to the fact they probably should have moved on from Steve ELLs who was there founder maybe a little bit quicker. You know, that's kinda the second piece there, but a lot of times founder get stale. He found company, and and he control he had a lot of power because he controlled so much of the stock. And Finally, I think after the food poisoning incidents the board finally said lesson, Steve it's it's time to go, and he's still ought to stock. So he nobody's benefited more than Steve ELLs. No by hiring of Brian nickel. And the the wages thing. The big thing that Nicole has been pushing is for, you know, greater digital integration. Trying to speed up order processing times, they've added know second lane for people who are picking up mobile orders. They're trying to go to drive throughs now. But the latest thing is that they are teaming up with VIN Motoo launch a rewards program. And so which is now live it's live as of is it fifteen. No that's something else. Now, you can join right now are have you joined yet I have not it looks like. What do you have to spend one hundred and twenty five bucks, and you get a free meal or something? Yup. So every time you hit twelve hundred fifty points. You get one free entree ten points for every dollar spent. But it doesn't have to be one hundred and twenty five dollars every time. They have bonus points that they hand out, you know, for trying something new or, you know, they'll have a special day or something pretty much if you look at the price of kind of getting in and out, it's with you know, a burrito in a drink. It's pretty much every ten to ten to twelve times that you go you're going to end up getting a free burrito. Which people love good people. How I love that. Starbucks. Yeah. The the that type of the packaging and marketing is proven to be very effective now may run. Its course you may only be able to get away with it for a year or two, but what it'll do is create tremendous customer loyalty. Yeah. It's it's something that I think it'll be really really good for them in the long run. Folks. Do you know what kind of lifestyle you want to have when you retire? Well, if you want it to be an enjoyable one need to call the Armstrong advisory groups, actually, no you need to get the Armstrong advisory.

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"vo van" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"vo van" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Gene that hundred Ellis Trump survivor, Mark aces in the this spokesman for a product called the atomic lighter. He can check the video and you to it's pretty funny. Just one of your aware of it. And. And. The best. Thanks, but. Okay. Can you remind me who hunter? Sorry hundred dollars hunter Ellis was from survivor marquesses season number four. And he was somebody who they the Brennan Shapiro of his time. He looked to be the leader of his tribe. And then he was done in by a ambitious young man from Boston name, rob Marianna. And so he was a fighter pilot or a flu for. You're talking about now. So that apparently, according to calcium from Florida. He is the spokesperson for a new as seen on TV product called the atomic lighter. Let's say and he wants us to look at the commercial end. So here is hunter Ellis Vo Van on YouTube hunter, Ellis four the atomic lighter. Lightning one of the most powerful forces in nature that can create fire. Now, honest, the power of my name in the of Of your. your hundred dollars. And that's why I always carry the tactical atomic lighter. I'd like to mention that hunter houses surrounded by Tiki torches. Also, oh. That if he the spokesperson for the atomic lighter because fire represents life. I really feel like that. There was a survivor tie in here. Thank no. He's even wearing like a different color, but the same like Columbia shirt. Jeff would also did you see the Columbia logo this week intriguing? Also, I feel like that Ben reeburg needs to fire his agent. I think that he really could have come in and been the spokesperson for the. Said I wanna see Ben in this. Are you guys ready church us up? Yeah..

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"vo van" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"vo van" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And. Congressperson really stuck their foot their mouth. Could do that bitter though? This is coming up in the next fifteen minutes. This one is probably the best one of the year. So that's saying something looking forward to that. Okay. Smart home becoming more and more popular every day, you want to control everything right? And the guy closest to us. That's a part of the movement. Craig gals. This started over a few months ago and the desire to make everything in the home smart hard, the movement. I like being part of the movement. That's fine. I'm reading there is a movement more more consumer, and yeah, I would include you in that is trying to lead the charge on this show. You like the Alexa, Vo Van Alexa. I just got the second exit for the bedroom. Now, it's in there. Okay. Yeah. But I got the Alexa input. It's an echo input. So it pairs with another bluetooth speaker. It's not its own speaker. And that's what's in my bedroom. All right. So is there anything in this story that we have that would give you pause for continuing on with the smart home. The biggest pitch to people to be afraid of smart technologies that it's all being rushed to the market right now because of the demand, so there's a lot of people making a lot of smart things. And maybe every single company is not checking it stuff as well. As it should every so often you hear about nest or something else getting hacked because there's a lot of easy ways to hack stuff, if you're not if you're not doing a really good job making it in the first place, but the problem because it's incredibly competitive the market right now. But it does turn on when I tell Alexa to turn it on. So that's pretty cool. So pros and cons here. Really, jamie. Okay. I just thought it was funny in this story that we have say, just beware. This is a guy that his quote, I run a team of hackers. He does. So I know how to hack into things a lot of this stuff is very easy to hack into right? Yeah. Yeah. And his company actually helps find flaws and then correct them for people. Yes. Did you said, you know, criminals, rob banks because that's where the money is. And they'll commit cybercrimes because that's where the opportunity is. And it's easy to get all sorts of your info. If there are leaks in your systems everywhere that could be controlling your temperature. It could be turning the TV volume up. Whatever it is that you're controlling with the voice. Well, apparently anything that I connect to my home network if you can like hack into my light bulb. You could maybe steal all my stuff. But I don't care my lights go on when I tell Alexis. It's worth the risk board's today. I felt a little warm when I woke up so I told exited turn the temperature down then I started feel cold. So went back up. I didn't have to get out of bed. Jamie was great. Okay. I had a theme song play when I actually got out of. Each day. Yeah. You're the best around from the karate kid. Yes. It is you're making that I was talking to Robbins about it the other day. So I wanted to try it out. So what I wake up the alarm goes off. And then it switches to you're the best around. It was kind of a pleasant way to wake up. I gotta be honest. My cash it actually happened when I get back home to on my device shows up at home, I will walk into a home with all the speakers. Now's playing you're the best around. I can't say anything. I just I don't want to tell my wife. I want her to experience it and see what she thinks as we know your wife is not really a fan of some fan now. And when I wake up a it's like man, man, I feel a little cold. I just kind of scrunch up a little bit more and try to get more blanket on me. But then you have to get out of the bed or you get out of the bed. That's just part of now. I got under the bed do six. It's okay. Other hassle in my life. Okay. Moving on. Did you see the story? The actress giving up boasts while her kids, grow up and Hathaway. Yeah, she's given up booze for a little while this was on Ellen show talking about there was a time, you know, that she went to a meeting hung over and it affected her performance in the meeting and people started to talk people started to notice it and evidently that and another thing with involving your kid was enough. So she's giving it up for her kid. Wow. I quit drinking back in October. Like like forever. Preteen years. I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna stop drinking while my my son's living in my house. Just because I don't totally love the way. I'd do it. And he's getting to an age where he really does need me. All the time in the mornings. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I do. I did one school run one day where I up it's why wasn't driving, but I was hung over. And for me. I didn't love. Yeah. Yeah. Another reason. I don't want kids. Allen's reaction is so funny to me. Forever. That's the whole good for you. I'm happy for you. Not for me. But I'm happy for you. That's really interesting. Well, I know a couple of people who have done something similar to that. Which I mean, there was one friend of mine I've known her for years, she had a kid and the kid was maybe about around a year old, and we all went out group of friends, and I weigh in her went out and went to a bar that was her first time out of the house since the kid was born, and she may have had a few too many vodka tonics because that was the first night to really cut loose. Right. So she cuts loose. And then the next day. Apparently, she was so hung over. She missed her baby's first steps. Oh, wow. And that was the day. I would never describe her as an alcoholic drinking problem. It was that one night she got too drunk. But after that, she said she told everybody, I'm not trying to get on a high horse or anything that was a low moment for me. Sure, I never want to miss another moment. Like that again. And then she that was years ago. She still doesn't drink at all. Yeah. She's done. So is what you're saying to me. Then. Once my kid gets out of school that I'm back out. I'm back baby. Take you out to the. It's only like five years from now. That's not for me. No, it's really interesting and talking about, you know, like first steps the other controversy talking about kids that's out there. And I'm not quite sure why it's a controversy. It's the NFL prospect who is skipping the birth of his trial to pursue his career in football. It's the click bait headline that makes everybody say how dare he do that? And then you hear the details. You.

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"vo van" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:52 min | 3 years ago

"vo van" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"All right. Show. David band camp that exactly news. And. Congressperson really stuck their foot in their mouth. Could we could do that bit though, this data is coming up in the next fifteen minutes? This one is probably the best one of the year. So vile that saying something looking forward to that. Okay. Smart home becoming more and more popular every day, you want to control everything right? And the guy closest to us. That's part of the movement is Craig Collins. This started over a few months ago and the desire to make everything in the home, smart heart of the movement. I like being part of the movement. That's fine. I'm reading there's a movement more and more consumers. And yeah. Yeah. I would include you in that is that. But I'm trying to lead the charge on this show. You like the Alexa, Vo Van Alexa. I just got the second Alexa for the bedroom. Now. It's in there. Okay. Yeah. But I got the Alexa input. It's an echo input. So it pairs with another bluetooth speaker. It's not its own speaker. And that's what's in my bedroom. All right. So is there anything in this story that we have that would give you pause throughout January on with the smart home. The biggest pitch to people to be afraid of smart technologies that it's all being rushed to the market right now because of the demand, so there's a lot of people making a lot of smart things. And maybe every single company is not checking it stuff as well. As it should every so often you hear about Nestor something else getting hacked because there's a lot of easy, I guess ways to hack staff, if you're not if you're not doing a really good job making it in the first place. Okay. From because it's incredibly competitive the market right now. But it does turn on when I tell Alexa to turn it on. So that's pretty cool. The pros and cons here. Really, jamie. Okay. I just thought it was funny in the story that we have say, just beware. This is a guy that his quote, I run a team of hackers. He does. So I know how to hack into things a lot of this stuff is very easy to hack into right? Yeah. And his company actually helps find flaws and then correct them for people. Yes. Did you say criminals, rob banks because that's where the money is? And they'll commit cybercrimes because that's where the opportunities, and it's easy to get all sorts of your info. If there are leaks in your systems everywhere that could be controlling your temperature. It could be turning the TV volume up. Whatever it is that you're controlling what's a voice. Well, apparently anything that. I connect to my home network if you can hack into my light bulb you could maybe steal all my stuff. But I don't care my lights go on when I tell to Mon it's worth the risk board's today. I felt a little warm when I woke up so I told him exit to turn the temperature down. I started to feel cold so back up. I didn't have to get out of bed. Jamie. Great. Okay. I had a theme song play when I actually got out of bed. For me day. You're the best around from the karate kid. Yes. It is. You're making that I was talking to Robbins about it the other day. So I wanted to try it out. So it it what I wake out the alarm goes off. And then it switches to you're the best around. It was kind of a pleasant way to wake up. I gotta be honest. My cash it actually will happen when I get back home to my device shows up at home, I will walk into a home with all the speakers. Now's playing you're the best around. I can't say anything. I just I don't want to tell my wife. I want her to experience it and see what she thinks as we know your wife is not really a fan of fan. Now when I wake up in a it's like man, I feel a little cold. I just kind of scrunch up a little bit more and try to get more blanket on me. But then you have to get out of the bed or when you get out of the bed. That's just part of. I got under the bed do seventy six. It's okay. The other hassle in my life. Yeah. Okay. Moving on. Did. You see the story of the actress giving up booze while her kids grow up and Hatheway she's given up booze for a little while this was on Ellen show talking about there was a time, you know, that she went to a meeting hung over and it affected her performance in the meeting and people started to talk people started to notice it. And evidently that and another thing with involving your kid was enough. So she's giving it up for her kid. I quit drinking back in October. Like like forever. Eighteen years. I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna stop drinking while my small my son's living in my house. Just because I don't totally love the way I'd do it. And he's getting to an age where he really does need me. All the time in the morning. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I do. I did one school run one day where I got them off. It's why wasn't driving. But I was going over and Belle. Yeah. Yeah. Now, the reason I don't want kids. Ellen's reaction is so funny to me. I'm forever. That's the whole good for you. I'm happy for you. Not for me. But I'm happy for you. That's really interesting. Well, I think I know a couple of people who have done something similar to that. Which is I mean is one friend of mine I've known her for years, she had a kid and the kid was maybe about around a year old, and we all went out group of friends, and I the way and herb went out and went to a bar that was her first time out of the house since the kid was born, and she may have had a few too many vodka tonics because I was the first night to really cut loose. Right. So she cuts loose. And then the next day. Apparently, she was so hung over. She missed her baby's first steps. Oh, wow. That was the day. I would never describe her as an alcoholic drinking problem. There was that one night she got too drunk. But after that, she said she told everybody, I'm not trying to get on a high horse or anything that was a low moment for me. Sure, I never want to miss another moment. Like that again. And then she that was years ago. She still doesn't drink at all. Yeah. She's done. So is what you're saying to me. Then. Once my kid gets out of school that I'm back out. I'm back baby. Take you out to the bar. That's not the only like five years from now. Oh, that's not for me. No, it's really interesting and talking about, you know, like first steps the other controversy talking about kids that's out there. And I'm not quite sure why it's a controversy. It's the NFL prospect who is skipping the birth of his child to pursue his career in football. It's the click bait headline that makes everybody say how dare he do.

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