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"walkman" Discussed on Business Wars Daily
"You'll probably reach for a portable media player. For years, when you thought of a pocket sized music player, you'd probably go to the iPod, right? Well, the iPod may have revolutionized the MP3 player game, but long before it hit shelves in 2001. Another product was the music must have of the minute. The Sony Walkman is a tiny stereo cassette player with truly incredible sound. Ah, yes, the Walkman. If you came of age in the 80s or 90s, you know how coveted they were. First, the portable tape player and then later the CD player that you could take with you anywhere. Back in the day, you could snag one for a couple of hundred bucks, a cheaper model might only set you back around $40. But last month, Sony announced a new Walkman model whose price might make you bulk. Its new NW M1 a.m. two player, catchy name, has about as many bells and whistles as it does letters in its moniker. It's an improvement on the first NW M1 a model that dropped back in 2016. The latest version has a 5 inch LCD display, and 128 gigabytes of storage. Now, if you need more storage than that, do not fear the NW WM one ZM two was also announced last month. That one has 256 gigabytes of storage. Both models come plated in gold. Yes, aesthetics are important here, and the lower storage model starts at 1600 bucks. The higher storage version, 3200 bucks. See, Sony's come a long way from marketing its Walkman as an accessible device for anyone to enjoy. The latest Walkman is aimed at a niche market, audiophiles who only want the highest quality sound according to Business Insider. The new MP3 players support lossless audio, which means no data is compromised when music files are compressed. Lossless audio sounds richer and for over $3000 it better, right? With the launch of its latest models, Sony's creeping closer and closer into the territory of companies like astell and kern, which specializes in high end portable music devices. It's a and ultimate SP2 thousand T, which was announced late last summer, features a triple app system and retails for around $2400. So we know the days of the $100 Walkman are no more. But with music available on just about every device possible phones and computers to state the obvious, getting folks to shell out thousands on a portable music player, well, that's the challenge. A challenge I should say that both Sony and astel.
"walkman" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"And I would never get another date. Now this girl was really not what I was just describing there, but I didn't know her. You didn't know, because it was a she could have been that really stiff girl. Yeah, when I first started dating Jen, she invited me over for dinner at her house and she decided we were going to cook out and she said, go fire up the grill and it was an infrared grill and I had never used one before. So there's no flame. So I didn't think that the grill, you can't see the point. I didn't think it was lit, so the lid was shut. And then I opened it and I couldn't see any flames. So I hit it again to do it, and it went. And I come running in and I'm running in and I'm like, my eyes are my eyes like that. And she just looked at me and she went, that's a good thing your daughter knows how to do makeup. Wow, yeah, because Jen has a good sense of humor. You can get away with it. But the issue is a very nice girl and we didn't date very long, but I don't know what to do with the painfully literal. I know. And I encounter them more than I ever thought I would. It's not just the painfully literal, it's it's somebody that's I've found these women come from really pretty affluent families and just unfortunate things they just don't want to be a part of. Well, and they themselves don't make a lot of stupid awkwardness. No, they don't. They're very cautious. So you'll make a stupid awkward mistake, and you'll say something self deprecating to kind of smooth the moment. And the life has been one series of stupid. And they'll say something like, oh bob. Don't be so cruel to yourself, you're not that clumsy. I feel like oh my God. You describe exactly what happened. You get, oh my. I'm okay. I know what that means. And it sounds just like that. Oh my, which translated means why am I with such a dunder? And at that point, you've heard that and you know that the time between now and when this night is over, it's going to drag. Yeah. No, it's not, because it's going to be collapsed on her part. Because she's getting out early. Yeah. But at that point, she can't leave because you're cooking dinner. She's going to relieve pretty soon because I almost burned the house down. Jeez. It's Bobby sherry. Bob and cherry won a merry you. These guys are real experts. Are you getting married for the first second, third, fourth time? No judgment here. Yes, to marry me. Or you want to renew your vows. I do. I do. Who's performing your ceremony? I now pronounce you, husband and wife. How about bob and sharing? You know, it's funny about those two. They need each other every minute. Plus, we'll send you to the perfect spot for your ceremony and honeymoon in the quiet Daytona Beach shores. Store your love story on the oceanfront at the shore's resort and spa where the attitude is upscaled not uptight. Just tell us why you want Bobby sherry to perform your wedding ceremony at bob and cherry dot com and we'll pick a lucky couple, trip includes flight and 5 nights lodging. Escape the everyday, say yes to each other and to something new in Florida. Come on, Andrew now, bob and cherry dot com. Bob and sherry are gonna marry you in Florida. From visit Florida and bob and sherry. A shareable taste of the show. The fun sized podcast drops every Thursday on the three bob and sherry app. I think we all know there are the big birthdays, right? There are a birthdays, but there are the big birthdays. Like, when you turn 16, when you turn 18, 21, when you turn 30, 40, and of course 50, at somebody said, these are the things that people want to do before they turn 50 years of age. So if you were 25 right now, you've got some time to do that. I'm going to call some of them out. Top 50 things to do before you 50 can't get them all, but I'll just throw some out. Tell me if you've done any of them or tell me if that would interest you. And I'm going to start with this one. Go to an airport and pick a random flight, get on the plane and go. So you show up at your local airport, you look up and say, I've never been to Reno, Nevada. Let's give it a shot. Let's see if there are any tickets available to Reno, Nevada. For some reason, that is just very appealing to me. To go to Reno, I've never been to Reno. No, not necessarily Reno. You're not listening to just pick any flight to pick any flight to say, I want to go to Sacramento. I've never been to Sacramento, California. Or I want to go to Tallahassee. Some people have never been to Tallahassee. Just pick just going and not even knowing until you get there. I love that, yeah. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. That's right. Spend a month technology free. Thank you. That was quick. That was quick. Write a novel. Now, you've never written a novel, but you've written two books. Three books. Four books. Yeah. You know what I would love to be a fiction writer, I would love to have that kind of imagination and brain. Or time, or I don't know, talent, one of those, one or two of those, I would love to have. Yeah. Yeah. Right of Vespa. I've done that. I wish I had a Vespa. I'm not allowed to have a Vespa. No. You can't. No motorcycles, no vespas. None of that for you. I prefer you don't even go outside. As I told my daughter the other day, when she was like, mom, we worry about you. I'm like, what's there to worry about? I spend every waking moment in a small corner of our basement. What's not to love? Yeah, that's actually right. That's right. Let's see. Take part in a protest. Done that. Ride a gondola in Venice. You've been to Venice, haven't you? Did you do that? Yeah. I did, but it was in Venice, the hotel in Las Vegas. Does that count? It's halfway there. Yeah, you get half. Get frisky on a beach. Yeah. I have never done a lot of silence there. I immediately jumped in and said, yeah. Take a helicopter ride. Yeah, I've done that. Visit all 7 continents. Well, there's not very many people that are going to be able to get all 7. I don't think. Antarctica is a tough one. That's a tough one. That's a real tough one. Let's see. Let me see which one I want to go to. Travel somewhere alone. Yeah, I've done that many times. Plenty of time. And more and more people are doing that. See the northern lights. I know that's on your list, sherri. Yep. I would like, you know, I hope it happens. I'm trying to be positive. Number 12 is learn to say no to your mother. That's interesting. That is interesting. That one doesn't really apply to me, so. No. No. See, you're very favorite musician, singer, band, whatever it is. You're very, very favorite. Like I know somebody that just loves Van Morrison. And after all these years, she finally got.
"walkman" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"World is poised on the precipice, I absolutely love that we've got American rocket scientists and this Russian head of their space agency. Yelling these kind of middle school insults back and forth in each other. You know, like somebody people I was hopeful that we would be coming a little closer to Russia and things would calm down over the years because we, you know, both contributed to the space station, which is pretty amazing. But after what Putin has done, I can't see us working with them at all. Can you? With future space exploration? I don't think so. No, but I'm so focused on like, what don't I understand about Russian culture? What don't I understand about this their version of NASA? That this was the most cutting insult. That their head of space travel could throw at us. Do you know what I'm saying? This I mean, you just accused us of writing Bruce like witches? That's all you've got. There are old ladies in Philly with stronger game than that. That's true. It's weak stuff. It's been so under a microscope you say anything. That guy was nervous to say anything that might be construed as aggressive and then get called on the table. Oh, we're in this point with the west. Why did you do that? We have to take your head off now. You're gonna ride brooms into space. If I could drag my aunt philomena out of her row house and just tell her you insulted the Phillies, she'd cut you to ribbons Dimitri. What kind of lame and soul does that riding our brooms into space? So there you go. That's today's today's geopolitical news. I just can't get it out of my head how stupid it was. We live in such stupid times. It's bob and cherry. Bob and sherry won a marry you. These guys are real experts. Are you getting married for the first second, third, fourth time? No judgment here. Yes, to marry me. Or you want to renew your vows. I do. I do. Who's performing your ceremony? I now pronounce you, husband and wife. How about bob and sharing? You know, it's funny about those two. They need each other every minute. Plus, we'll send you to the perfect spot for your ceremony and honeymoon in the quiet Daytona Beach shores. Store your love story on the oceanfront at the shores resort and spa where they attitude is upscale, not uptight. Just tell us why you want Bobby sherry to perform your wedding ceremony at bob and cherry dot com, and we'll pick a lucky couple. Trip includes flight and 5 nights lodging. Escape the everyday, say yes to each other and to something new in Florida. Come on, Andrew now, a bob and cherry dot com. Bob and sherry are gonna marry you in Florida. From visit Florida and bob and sherry. It is time now for the people's movie critic. I'm assuming that the majority of people have Netflix, okay? Except of course our Amish listeners, Caleb and el vesta, who can't because they don't have electricity. They spend all their time baking shoe flap high and playing chili flakes, whatever I don't know anyway. You know, you gotta understand, if you're easily offended, this movie is not for you. Lars is terrible accent though. You ask about that. It seems to come and go. And I'm not sure if that's all purpose 'cause that would be funny or if he's just lazy and he wanted to get this thing over with. I know for a fact I did. I wanted to do this over with. You gonna love this? Let me ask you, though, is 11 minutes and 40 seconds worth of fight scene, a little tiring. Not if you ain't the one fatten. I think that's a fair for you. Listen for his reviews, every Friday and get all his reviews at bob and cherry dot com. Now, let's open up the bobbin sherry, archive vault. I found this article about first dates that went really poorly. And I had to read it because when I was in the dating world, I hated first date so much. I've only had one first date that went well. I just never was comfortable with first dates. I think that's maybe why I dated a lot of people in this business because I kind of knew them a little bit. I think I was more comfortable. You're more comfortable with people that you know. And if you know the woman, you are quite the Cupid, quite the romancer. But I could see because I know you said, well, I can see you being really hopelessly awkward with a stranger. Well, I'm glad this didn't happen to me. There were about ten that were listed and I'm just going to read this one here. This is a woman. I was a bit tipsy after drinking wine, and we went back to my place and started making out. When I pulled back, his face was covered in blood, so I panicked, and I said, you're bleeding. Horrified, he pointed at my face and I realized I was having a heavy nosebleed. I cleaned up in the bathroom. And because I had been drinking, I somehow thought it would be logical to shove tampons up my nose to stem the nosebleed. That is a logical decision. So I went back downstairs with two tampons in my nose, and yes, the mood was very much killed. I've never done anything like that. I told you I had a lovely first date over to my bachelor pad, years and years ago, and we had a we had a grill in the roof of this building. And I said, let me just throw some steaks on. And so I ran up and I couldn't get the grill to start the gas girl to start and when it finally did, it just blew. And I had a sweater on a wool sweater, and I will sweaters have like little furballs. It's singed the fur balls and a little bit of my eyebrows. Thank God nothing else was wrong. So at that point, I'm going, what do I do here? Because it's been a little longer than it should have taken just to put the steaks on. And so I went down and I decided, you have a couple of choices. Well three. One of them, you go in there and you go, you won't believe what just happened to me. The second one is you don't say anything at all. All right, even though you smell like burned the charred wool in here. And the third one is you do the bubbly see sort of evasive tap dance thing. That's what you want. That's what I went with. And she said everything all right. Oh yeah, boy, I tell you what. Those girls are hotter than you think sometimes. How about that? And then I like to probably launched into some boring story about my early radio career or something. Just distract us to distract her a little bit. Todd would have gone in and made a joke about the fact that I know when you met me, I had eyebrows. So, okay, but here's the danger of doing the top thing, which is actually the best thing. If it depends on the woman, if you get a woman, like my wife, who's got a really good sense of humor, I mean, she would want to know all the details she would want to go up there. She tried to find like hair follicles up there just to be part of the story. That's fine. Then you could do the comedic part. But if she is one of these babes that is kind of literal, and maybe doesn't have the greatest sense of humor in the world, and doesn't like uncool things happening in her life. Those are my least favorite people to hang out. I know. When you go down, you go, oh, you're not gonna believe this. I just blew my eyebrows right off lighting the grill. She says either, a no, they're still there. Right. Or B, well, you should be more careful. Yeah. We're done. And when her friends say, how did that date go? Oh,.
"walkman" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"walkman" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"See if this sounds familiar, right? You have this pile of little tasks, and none of them are difficult, and none of them would take all that much to complete. But you keep putting it off. You keep procrastinating. Maybe you have a jacket with a busted zipper that you've been meaning to drop off to get fixed for so long that it's warmed up and you no longer need your coat, right? Maybe you have a call that you have to make. You know, you have to call the insurance company to get some paperwork to file a claim. You need to deal with something with your kids school. There's a pile of folded laundry on the chair in your bedroom that's been there now for almost a month. Little things that aren't hard. Things that kind of pile up and needle at you and needle at you. This is your needle list. And today we're going to our brains. I had this happen to me. I have this beautiful necklace. Most of my jewelry is like just fun fake jewelry, right? You know, it's like not real and not valuable. And it's just for funsies. But I have this one necklace that was a gift that is really beautiful and it's a real piece of jewelry. And I was messing with my hair and I broke it. And I broke the chain. All I had to do was take it to the jewelry store three miles from my house, where they do repairs, and they would have fixed it for $32. I know this because I called and asked. It took me almost a year to bring that necklace to get fixed. And the fact that that jewelry store is next to a grocery store where I shop, like every week, there's no reason in the world. I can't explain to you why. It takes me so long to do these stupid little things. Well, here's the answer. A woman who kind of specializes in dealing with managing your life when you have anxiety. Said that here's what you have to do to deal with your needle list. Because none of the tasks on it are hard, and none of them are really demanding. And you could probably finish most of them in a couple of minutes, but the fact that you procrastinate and let it pile up, choose away at your sanity and your peace. And you know that's true, right? You do not think off the top of your head of a handful of things max and bob and Doc. That you you've been meaning to get to and you never do and it just gnaws and gnaws and knows that you. Oh yeah. Oh yeah. It's not just me. I remember my ex-wife. You know, for years and years wanted to get rid of me. And it just took four. It took a while. I overestimate the amount of time it'll take to empty the dishwasher. I underestimate the amount of time it'll take to Christmas shop. 'cause I think oh, I can just get this done in an afternoon with Christmas shopping. No, you can't do that. I had a dehumidifier in the bedroom that was broken. And it has been sitting in the corner. It's right next to my side of the bed. And it comes up about to my waist almost. So it's not a little teeny weeny thing. But it's been broken for about two years. I've been looking at it for two years, and it took until last weekend. For me to go and get it, and bring it to the dump and say, where's the recycling for this sort of a project here? But I didn't even see it after a while. So here's a shameful confession. We have one of our refrigerator has a I forget there's a fancy name for it, but the freezers in a drawer, so the refrigerators on top and then you pull the drawer out for the freezer, you can picture it, right? So back before Thanksgiving, the freezer basket, the little wheel assembly that lets you pull it in and take it out. Brooke. Now I'm not saying it broke because my children yank on it like they're trying to save somebody who's fallen down a freaking well. That could be that could be the reason. So inside the refrigerator, there's this QR code that you can scan and it'll take you to the website for GE where you can order replacement parts. So we scan the QR code and we ordered the replacement parts. And the parts that they sent don't match at all. And so here's my shameful confession. Since about two weeks before Thanksgiving, the basket that should be in my freezer is on a chair in my bedroom. So if you were to come into my bedroom, you might go damn Kevin. I know she can be cold, but really. You have a freezer basket in here. I told my husband the other day, I said, let me guess. This basket is going to stay here forever. And eventually, the actual refrigerator will need to be replaced and will replace the refrigerator and then we'll get rid of the basket. Is that the plan? And he looked at me and he goes, it's as good a plan as any. That was it. So I have no idea what I'm going to do with this basket. Here is the secret to dealing with your needle list and decluttering your brain and all of that. You need to pick a day of the week. The person who I'm going to share this on Facebook, you'll see it. She designates 30 to 60 minutes every Friday afternoon. And she sets a timer and then she does whatever these little tasks are that she can do in 30 to 60 minutes. And then rolls into the weekend feeling like a queen who has accomplished so much. What a basic, simple idea. But think about it. Do you think that if you designated that time every week that that would help either one of you? I think so. Yeah. There's no question. I think it's a pretty good idea. And I'm going to start with things that my wife has left around and has been ignored. I'm going to try that this Friday. I'm going to, I'm going to set a timer, and I'm going to try to accomplish some of these really tedious tasks. Remember when I told you guys, I won $1500 on the lottery scratchy, and I just kept putting off cashing it in, and when I finally cashed it in, it had expired and I didn't get the money. Remember that? Remember that little story? You just thought you'd think that teach me a lesson, right? It did not teach me a lesson. I will not learn a lesson. That is my plan. I will never learn my lesson. I'll post this up on Facebook so that you can knock out your needle list too. It's Bobby sherry. The bob and sherry store is restocked with the book cooking with cats. Sherry lynch's cookbook with great recipes and pictures of course of lots of cats. He's a man's meme. And coming soon, the book of bob. That makes me so happy. Sherry has written down bob's proclamations and witticisms over the years. Really? And now, in book form, I'm fabulous. But it's not available any place, but at the bobbin sherry store. I am sorry for lubin. It bob and cherry, dot com. The bobbin sherry website, the oddcast, contest.
"walkman" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"On me? Do you think that you would appreciate it? Yeah, I don't know where I would listen to it. I'm not going to listen to it while I'm driving because I'm going to listen to the radio and I don't want buds in my ears while I'm driving because that's kind of dangerous. When I take the dog out, to be honest with you, I don't want to hear music, I just want to hear nature, so I mean, I don't need to be singing flip flop or fly. I don't know where I would listen to it. I wouldn't be able to appreciate it. I am for it because it delivers music to just the person who's listening to it. I don't have to hear their music choice wherever I am. No, my question was, do you think that you have the kind of ears, the musicality, to appreciate this device that puts you right in the studio with each individual instrument? I know I don't. I know that's wasted on me. No, I can't. I would. I mean, I'm not a musical person. I don't play an instrument, but I've been around it and I've been around musician friends for so long. Yeah. I think that that would be a cool thing to do if it delivers on what it's saying. I can't wait for the Christmas season because I always say to my kids, all right, make up a wish list. Put everything in it that you're wishing for, but understand that you're only going to get. Because they always want, once they hit 13 years old, they ask for things that are really expensive, like iPads, and phones, and that sort of thing. I predict that my youngest will put one of these on her wish list. And she'll be like, hear me out, bestie. Because this is how she talks to me. Hear me out bestie. It's really expensive, but what an investment and I could really enjoy music. Okay, hear me out, bestie. You don't got no gold plate at Walkman money. It's so sad and won't be pretty good. How about aluminum? How about aluminum? Can I get the $1600 aluminum one? How about you follow your sister to the antique mall where she bought the landline phone? The Greenland line phone and see if you can't get a vintage original walk, man, wouldn't that be so much cooler? All right, straight ahead, comedian Steve trevino with a story that you're going to absolutely love. It's Bobby sherry. A shareable taste of the show. The fun sized podcast drops every Thursday on the free bob and sherry back. It is time for everyone needs a laugh. This is comedian Steve trevino and he's about to tell a story that involves a famous and beloved sitcom actor. It's gonna blow your mind. Here we go. But it does, man, it changes your life. From the minute your child is born, it changes your life, and you see your wife in a different light, man. I saw my baby born and let me tell you something. What? I almost didn't make it. I was working the day my child was born, but thank God I was able to make it. I'm not gonna ask, okay? He came two and a half weeks earlier. I'm working at the MGM Grand. I'm in Las Vegas, Nevada. I'm performing with a comedian named Brad Garrett. You guys know who that is? Everybody loves Raymond, right? Brad and I over the years have become friends. We work together in Vegas. Monday, Tuesday Wednesday Thursday, everything is fine. I'm checking in with my wife. Thursday, right before I walk on stage, my wife calls me, she says, you need to come home, we're having a baby. I ran over to mister Brad Garrett. I have to go, man. We're having a baby. He was very nice, mister Brad Garrett. He wrote me a check for the entire week. Then he wrote me another check and he put it in an envelope and he wrote baby on it. Yeah, he goes, that's for your baby. I said, thank you, Brad. I got to my wife at 3 o'clock in the morning..
"walkman" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"The way. You have it? Oh, here it is. Now what I'll get the blue to get me rocking chair. To kill burgers ladies when I get the blues again near I get jealous well the blues over dig me gonna rock right away oh yeah. Now what I get loads of I jump on the telephone. When I get loads of I jumped on it down the phone. Never said by any millennial. You know what? This is a great song. Lots of people would watch that they know it exists. I don't care if I die. He was such a great artist. I went in and started digging here. Don't ever leave me don't ever say goodbye. All right, let's go to the next thing that I didn't know. The first guest to enter Disneyland was a college student by the name of Dave McPherson. He did not ride one single attraction. Now, again, this is Disneyland in Los Angeles, right? So it's before Disney World. But he knew that they were opening up and he got there early. He did not ride one attraction because he had to get back to school. He was awarded as the first person a lifelong ticket to Disneyland and eventually Disney World with up to three guests and then they extended it to all Disney parks around the world, including France and Japan. I love it. Good for him. And the guy, this is back in the 50s. There's a picture of the guy going to okay sign holding the first ticket. And he's a college student. He looks like he's 40 because they all did back then. And so he can go to the Disney park and as I said, Paris and where else are. I know there's no Disney parks in Russia because that is definitely not the happiest place on earth. Are they any place else outside of France and the United States and Japan? I don't think so. I think I don't know though now that you say it. I don't know. Yeah, I think it's those three. And let's end up with this. And this is very, very contemporary. I can't pronounce this man's name. It's Vasily and the last name is Paul. He was a senior officer on a Soviet submarine. And he's in the submarine and it's October of 1962. And he got a message to launch a nuclear torpedo at the United States. And he did not, because he thought there was something that wasn't quite right with the order. And that was correct. If he had, it would have started World War three, so we thank him very much for being so at his job. I've read about him, yeah. That's something, huh? We owe civilization to the fact that this guy was like, I don't think so. Yeah, something's wrong with that. That's really following orders. So there you are. Bob did no. It's bob and Shah. Bob and cherry won a marry you. These guys are real experts. Are you getting married for the first second, third, fourth time? No judgment here. Yes, to marry me. Or you want to renew your vows. I do. I do. Who's performing your ceremony? I now pronounce you, husband and wife. How about bob and sharing? You know, it's funny about those too. They need each other every minute. Plus, we'll send you to the perfect spot for your ceremony and honeymoon in the quiet Daytona Beach shores. Store your love story on the oceanfront at the shores resort and spa where they attitude is upscale, not uptight. Just tell us why you want Bobby sherry to perform your wedding ceremony at bob and sherry dot com, and we'll pick a lucky couple. Trip includes flight and 5 nights lodging. Escape the everyday, say yes to each other and to something new in Florida. Come on, Andrew now, a bob and cherry dot com. Bob and sherry are gonna marry you in Florida. From visit Florida and bobbin sherry. Instant access to the podcast podcast and fun side. Just download the free bob and sherry app. I'm not sure who the customer for this is. I think you're going to have to be whoever you are. You're going to have to have some real money to go along with your real nostalgia. But the Sony company is bringing back the Walkman, the Sony Walkman. And they've made yeah, they've made two versions of it. So the first version is gold plated. It's a gold plate that's so we walk man. And it costs $3200. Okay, so it's available only in Los Angeles. Go ahead. It's designed to, it does some kind of stuff that I'm not really sure I understand that creates a sound experience that matches what happened in the recording studio. So if you are a real, it would be wasted on me because I can't hear anything. But if you're a real musician, if you're a real music person, this is going to be like, what? It comes with Wi-Fi compatibility. It reads MP3 files in hi def. It has a headphone Jack, a touchscreen. 25. I'm sorry, 256 gigs of storage. It's like, it's like a smartphone, but it's a Walkman. And it is completely designed from top to bottom from the smallest wire all the way to the outer shell to create the ultimate music experience. $3200, gold plate at Walkman. And it looks like a gold plate at Walkman. So now there's a cheaper model, because not everybody has. How much is that 2800? 1600. It's exactly half price. And it's aluminum and apparently, again, who is this for? Do you know anybody? That would go, oh yeah, I'm saving up for that. I have to have the gold one somebody might look at it as an investment, where they say this is a collectible that will be worth more in the future. So that's probably why they're doing that. Well, I mean, I guess you would retrieve the music from wherever you store your music. You could pull it up with the Wi-Fi, is that? Or you can or you can load music into it the way you would like an iPod or your phone or whatever. Yeah. You can retrieve music and you can store music. Could you pull up a radio station with it, I wonder? Probably not. If it's Wi-Fi, you know, maybe. I can't answer that. If you charge it up, you can play high res audio for 30 hours, which is a really good battery experience. And here's what they say. This gives you the sound experience you will experience each instrument being played in the song as though you were in the studio and they were performing live for you. So if you really are a musician and you really have those kind of ears, this must be an amazing thing to listen to. Do you think I know that this would be wasted.
"walkman" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"What is one direction done to anybody? The wax works of Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall, is it Niall? I don't know, Horan, Lewis Tomlinson and Zane. Neil horn, and Zayn Malik, first went on in 2013. They have remained popular even after the band split up a few years ago, but madam tussauds in London has said and here's the quote. The time has come to bid them a fun, farewell. And listen to this. There are die hard directioners, I guess that's what they're called, who have offered to buy them. One person said I'll buy all 5 figures and I will fly them to my home in Australia by private jet. Now that's a fan. That is a fan. They are not going to be up for sale as far as I can tell. But they're off the floor because they're just not creating as much excitement, I guess. By the way, it is Nile. Neil Horan is a criminal. Confused. Because I spent so much time with criminals and serial killers. So I apologize for that. It is Niall. Anybody who's into one direction, I know you'll come at me, so just I've fixed it. All right, it's Niall. So have you ever been to madam tussauds? I thought it was kind of cool. And with everything that's going on in the world today, they have an area at least when I went there called the hall of horrors where they have like what they believe is Jack the Ripper just mass murderers, horrible people, and of course, I was downstairs and you go down these stairs and you make a turn and you're in the hall of horrors and I was right behind I know I've told this before right behind two German women who were visiting, you make the turn and the first figure is Hitler. The first figure is Hitler I am wondering if they're getting Putin ready to be in the hall of Horace. I can't believe he isn't already somewhere building. I am disappointed that in madam tussauds for taking away one direction. The 1D army is not going to like it. Why can't one direction be in there? You know, if I could have one, if I could buy a figure that was probably in madam tussauds, I would buy the wax figure of peewee Herman. And put him in the guest bathroom. That little tight suit with the white shoes and everything. That's what I would do. I was looking at peewee's image the other day when he was really, really hot with the tight silver suit. He looked like Hampton going to Hampton's prom. That's what the suits looked like. I'm telling you. The tight suits eventually he was ahead of his time. All right, we got more ads in the news. Straight ahead. Hit his bob and sherry. We've got him. Individuals. Some hope people. With bob. I'm sherry. You're a mark. It's morons in the news. Well, if you have never been to Austin, Texas, you need to go. It's a great city, sherry and I love it. We lost one of our Marconi awards for show of the year there in Austin, but we had a great time. We went to stubb's barbecue, you know, Willie Nelson lives there. It's a fantastic place. I love their slogan, keep Austin weird, and this is certainly in that spirit, the general manager of a movie theater in Austin said that during a viewing a few days ago, the film had to be paused when staff realized there was a live bat flying around the theater. The viewer, the viewer who was noticing it, went to the management and they called in local animal control they had to stop the movie 'cause there was a bat flying around and they gave the money back to anybody who was there and said we're going to make sure that you get to see the movie that you came to see and he said to ensure a prank like this does not occur again, we're going to have to add additional security and check all the bags of guests as they enter the movie theater. What movie do you think it was where the bat was released? It's got to be The Batman. No, actually, it was marry me with J.Lo. It was very, of course it was Batman. Yes, it was it was definitely Batman, so. Let's not hate bats, bats are good. I don't want one, you know. Whatever. Yeah, they get rid of mosquitos. Yeah. That's her very good. It's beautiful. We need to be troubled by. Yes. Yes, that's exactly right. Let's go to today's marne of the day. Deputies in ormond beach, Florida are trying to identify a buck naked man accused of breaking into a home and stealing an American flag, there was security video running in the home and they do have it, and they're hoping that will help the law enforcement identify the man. It's about a 1920 second video you see the naked man walking up some steps and then he's looking toward the ceiling and then the video cuts to the man standing near the edge of the porch and he's not only stolen the American flag, he's using it to cover up his naked body, which I think is a violation of the code of conduct for the American flag. It would not be. I think it was yes. Well, it should be. Yeah, you should be. Technically. It's very disrespectful. Here's what I don't know. Although he's our moron of the day and you can post him up at the bob and sharing Facebook page, I don't know why he was buck naked and we're hoping that when cops get him we'll have an answer for that. Like how did he find himself completely naked and needing to steal an American flag maybe? Maybe he was maybe somebody jumped on him and stole all of his money in clothes, and the poor thing was just looking to cover up. So maybe he's not a bad guy after all, although it's volusia county, Florida. So I don't like, you may not be a bad guy, but he's nuts. I mean, that's sometimes that's just the answer for I don't know how he got there. But he's not. This is what my husband's always saying. He's like, woman, you're such a social worker, just stop it. Some people are crazy. Yes, I know. I know, but maybe he had a good reason. For why he had to cover up his nakedness, although I will say to him, sir, you steal a beach towel or a tablecloth, you do not wrap your butt and the American flag. That is morons in the news straight ahead. I'm gonna tell you how you can win a trip to Florida and Steve trevino is our comic of the day today. He's got an amazing story about one of the stars of everybody loves remake that you're going to absolutely adore. It's all coming up. It's bob and sherry. Bob and sherry won a marry you. These guys are real experts. Are you getting married for the first second, third, fourth time? No judgment here. Yes, to marry me. Or you want to renew your vows. I do. I do. Who's performing your ceremony? I now pronounce you, husband and wife. How about bob and sharing? You know, it's funny about those two. Either needle each other every minute. Plus, we'll send you to the perfect spot for your ceremony and honeymoon in the quiet Daytona Beach shores. Store your love story on the oceanfront at the shore's resort and spa where the attitude is upscaled not uptight. 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"walkman" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"She has to give him one weekend a month? That's it. Listen, listen. So she has to pay him a one time payment of a little over 1.3 million. He gets $45,000 a month for child support. And keep in mind he sees them one weekend a month. One weekend. And she has to pay a 150,000 a month in spousal support. Oh, that doesn't sound right. Yeah. Yeah, so he's getting almost $200,000 a month between child support and alimony. And a one time payment of a million. And they have some properties. Kelly Clarkson gets both of their Montana properties. He's going to stay at one temporarily, and he has to pay her 2000 a month in rent. But he's getting a $150,000 a month in alimony, so he should be able to manage that. What about this surprises you? I think there's a lot here that's kind of surprising. Well, number one, two days, two or three days a month with my kids. That surprises me. You know, I would like to know, was he fine with that or was there something about him as a father that he couldn't get his children, you know, more than that? That would tick me off. Number one, I'm surprised. I'm surprised that they were married that long, a $150,000 a month. I know she makes Doug gazillion dollars and it's all relative, but nonetheless. What was the deal there? Do we know? You know, I don't. She seemed ticked off. They had to quarantine together and that was sort of the last straw. Well, ain't that relatable. So what shocked me, you know, the $150,000 a month in alimony, like, oh, that makes your eyes water. I like you with surprised by the whole visitation thing. He gets the kids one weekend a month, but he's still gets 45 $1000 a month in child support. And I think that's meant to make sure that he has a place to live that's appropriate for the kids. That would be so horrible. Oh, I have to go out and find a really expensive apartment or condo her house. Oh, poor me. It's not like he's going to spend three days a month there when the kids are there. He's going to live there. Did you ever read anything else about other than that quarantine that would account for this divorce? The only thing that I heard and she didn't really elaborate on it was that she was really ticked for some reason, which always to me says that somebody cheated, but I don't know. I mean, if it was, they got on each other's nerves. It was the usual irreconcilable differences. And you know, honestly, it's none of our business. It is absolutely no one's business. I did read one thing and I don't know if this was true or not, 'cause you never know with what you read in the entertainment press. That she wanted more children and he didn't. And she, Gordon Ramsay, the chef, you know, the British chef Gordon Ramsay. He was a guest on Kelly Clarkson's talk show. And she actually told Gordon Ramsay that she wanted another child and her husband was like, absolutely not. We have four, because he had been married before and had two children before. Then they had two children together. So, I mean, who knows? Like I said, it's none of our business, but damn, a 150,000 a month. Do you know what the response was? From Gordon Ramsay. I mean, I probably couldn't repeat it. But didn't know it. Well, she seems like a really nice person. I mean, who knows? Obviously, she's very, very rich. Does all those ads, what is it for Wayfair? Oh, I love her. Do you not love her Wayfair ads? I love her Wayfair ads. Love them so much. Like I look forward to them when they pop up. If I was divorced from someone, anyone, and getting a $150,000 a month in alimony. Buddy, I would never even consider getting married again. How about you? Oh, because the money would stop once you remarried. Oh no, I would have I would have a relationship, but it would be with a girlfriend. Yeah. Are you kidding me? I'm not getting off that gravy train. I wonder how many years that's for. You know what I think I might do. 45 is going to be for at least what, ten, 15 years. Yeah because as kids are little, if I were getting a $150,000 a month in alimony, I would have my wedding ring finger amputated, so as to remove alternation. I got no finger. Ain't putting a ring with nothing know how in the way I'm getting my 150 K a month. We got more of this in the news coming up. We have comedian Steve trevino. I'm gonna show you how to declutter your brain. It's bob and cherry. The bob and sherry store is restocked with the book cooking with cats. Sherry lynch's cookbook with great recipes and pictures of course of lots of cats. He's a man's meat. And coming soon, the book of bob. That makes me so happy. Sherry has written down bob's proclamations and witticisms over the years. Really? And now, in book form, I'm fabulous. But it's not available any place, but at the bob and sherry store. I am sorry for losing. It bob and cherry, dot com. A shareable taste of the show. The fun sized podcast drops every Thursday on the three bob and sharing app. If you're lucky enough to visit London, England, you know, like all Americans are probably do the usual tourist stops. There's, you know, walking across the bridge to see Big Ben, which is really overwhelming when you look up and see it. It is big and it's just so iconic. The houses of parliament, you know, and all the other places you can go that the hard rock, the original hard rock cafe, is kind of fun on, is it overlooking Hyde Park? I think it might be very close to Hyde Park. And of course, there's madam tussauds wax museum. When I went to London for the second time, I went to madam tussauds, even though it is the most touristy thing that you can do. But it's kind of cool and it really is amazing the figures look exactly life like. Well, there's going to be one exhibit in madam tussauds that is no longer going to be seen. One direction has been asked to leave..
Stop Waiting for Perfection and Take Action on Your Dreams With Ellen Bennett
"Please me walkman. The founder of hedlund bennett and one of the most suite isn't charismatic. people. I've ever interviewed the one of a kind ellen murray bennett. Welcome to the show having me lady. I am so keen to have your hand. The reason why. I like to take would things i think my audience all about struggle with and then go. Who's the prophet peasants. Talk about this. And the one thing i asked a lot about is about perfectionism and the fact that the fear of something not being perfect is what keeps people stop and then they just spend years and years in this like petrified space so fearful of making a first step and so i was like when i heard your burke like dream i e tells shot and then i heard your story is that we have to get on because i think you can really touch on the notion of. Don't wait for. Perfection is so talk to me about how you started young. The very fact that you didn't look for perfectionism is exactly. What helped you to build this multimillion dollar company. Yeah totally i mean. I think i've always had dream. I details eater in my blood. It's like an attitude right. And so when i decided to write a book i was like i need something that can give people that they can consume the attitude that by the time. They put the book down like hell. Yes i can do this and for me. It's just like i think back to when i was growing up i. My parents got divorced when i was super super little and the journey was very bumpy and it was sort of like things were perfect before and then my whole life exploded when i was like nine parents divorce and i decided i was just like all right. Well this is my journey now. Am i just going to sit here and wait for them to figure this out because this looks like a disaster or am i gonna decide where i wanna go. And he's joe. Yes vivid recollections of this moment. And i just decided to start walking on the journey of life
How To Navigate Food and Diet Culture With Your Kids
"Today my guess is brought. Hawk cop stick. She is a registered dietitian specializing in adolescent nutrition. Practicing with the non diet approach. She helps parents feel calm and confident about raising tweens and teens to have a positive relationship with food and their bodies supportive and collaborative virtual counseling brought hot educates parents to raise adolescents. A good relationship with food. Free of shame and guilt are at walkman. Thanks so much for joining us today. Eight gal here. Yes so. I found you on instagram. And i'm so glad. I did because i appreciate the videos and the stories That you post. And i also read the job and also read The story that you shared on your website about your journey with food Would you mind sharing that story with our listeners. Yeah share so it's Actually my experience growing up was pretty normal. You know my parents. My family is access to a lot of food. And they provided us with a variety of healthy and what we all not so healthy food And we had pretty regular access taller that And then as i went through puberty and started gaining weight There was a lot of outside noise from family and friends from encouraging. Dieting All the time that i was really fortunate enough that my parents did not encourage me to go on a diet and it did allow me to have that same access to the food that i had had previous to my weight gain and i think that was really beneficial in helping me to develop that really good relationship with food
Tape that: Dutch inventor of audio cassette dies at age 94
"In Denver. You may not know his name, but chances are if you have a certain age you used his invention. Dutch company Phillips confirming today that Lou Auden's the father of the cassette tape has died cassettes part of CDs for the medium of choice for millions of people who made their own tapes or listen to pre recorded music. Auden's joined Phillips in 1952 and came up with a cassette tape was an alternative to the cumbersome reels of tape use previously. His advanced led to the boom box and the Sony Walkman that changed how generations to come would experience music who Arden's was 94
Don't You Want Somebody to Take Care of You?
"Okay so you just got a couple of questions. We're going to get into that okay. Yeah totally i'm nora. Mcnerney in this is terrible. Thanks for asking. And that was gina and when we get into it. We're going to be continuing the conversation that we've been having about care with gina story is a story about a lot of complicated emotions about the long tail effects of being thrust into a caregiver role when you're still a person who needs a lot of care a child but this complicated story starts in a really simple place when genus parents met and fell in love They were summer fling. Was like maybe nineteen sixty nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy vietnam war was going on. I think there was like a lot of looking for a better life. Like you know like wanting something good and they dated over that summer and then they were married by like the day after christmas that same year. So my sense is that they were kind of idealists like they were looking for some sort of happily ever after and for awhile. Genus parents found it. My mom was a homemaker and my dad was kind of a rising star in the computer science world. he was an academic. He was teaching at georgia tech in atlanta. Which is where. I grew up and so early. Memories are that you know my mom cooked and was crafty and volunteered with the pta. My mom really loved to so she loved to bake. She's a beautiful woman and my dad was very intellectual. Like i remember him reading like not totally age appropriate books to read allison wonderland to me at an age when i didn't fully understand what's going on there so much in that book didn't understand but i loved the fact that he would read that to me and he would sit down and explain to me. How telephones work and he liked teaching me about prime numbers and stuff like that at a very young age i think he just really enjoyed sharing that aspect of himself with me. He liked kind of dissecting things and thinking about things and asking questions. And that's something that. I've carried with me into adulthood. He kind of taught me how to dig deep and think about stuff that you might not otherwise. Think about gina was the second of three children. Her older brother is named allan just like a sweet sweet kid like he loved playing with matchbox cars and he would line them up. We would watch movies a lot together like he loved watching lassie and old yeller and stuff like that. If it involves a kid in a dog he could watch a movie. Five times in a row of my mom lead up every single time. He said he would laugh at every part like it was the first time you ever heard it or ever saw it and same with music. You know at some point in our childhood somebody gave them like one of those yellow sony walkman and a bunch of tapes and he would walk around the house with like headphones on and plane his tapes and singing and his very loud very slurred speech. That was like the happiest. Alan loved country music bing crosby. He loved christmas music all year round. It was just gina in allen until their little brother andrew was born. Andrew came along and i felt like almost like he was my baby from the beginning and like i think i recognized from a young age that he was like my ally and my playmates. He was you know a playmate that i interacted with. He was very imaginative. And we do the things that kids do where you like lineup. All your stuffed animals and teach them school or we would do these toy. Parades down the hallway and like throughout the whole house. Where readers just like lineup. Every single toy we own and then just like march like it was a production. The genus relationships with andrew and with allen were different because allen andrew with different. I was aware from a very very young age that i do things at allen. Couldn't i was three years younger than him. He and i kind of learned how to walk around the same time he could talk but his speech was really slurred. And so i knew from a very young age that like a lot of people didn't understand what he was saying. But i did like i kind of interpreted for him a lot especially in public so i think there was an awareness on that level lake. He's older than me. But i think i always felt older than him like. I knew that he had a lot of medical stuff. That was very mysterious. He had some seizures and would have to be rushed to the hospital so i i was very aware that like he needed a lot and there was something wrong.
Los Angeles - Lori Loughlin Will Serve 2-Month Prison Sentence At Victorville Federal Prison
"Laughlin will be heading to the high desert to serve her prison sentence will be incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Institution in Victorville for her role in the college admission scandal, according to court papers. Judge signed off on the actresses request to serve her two month term at the medium security federal prison camp. Walkmans husband clothing designer Massimo JIA, newly will serve his five month sentence had a low security federal prison for men in Santa Barbara County.
My Rare Disease Does Not Define Me
"I'm joined today by singer, songwriter and patient advocate, Gracie van brunt formerly based in Los Angeles. Gracie moved back to the Boston area before the Kovic pandemic. She's the recipient of the two thousand thirteen rare champions of hope patient advocacy. Award. From the nonprofit advocacy group global jeans at age two, she was diagnosed with a rare disease that I'm going to let her pronounce, and even before the pandemic, she was an expert at social distancing. She is here to share her story and her art welcome Gracie Hey. Thank you so much for having me what an amazing introduction. Thank you so much for being here. We're I'm really excited. This is gonNA. Be Fun. Yes, I'm so. Yeah you too. All right. So can you tell me about your disease and how is it pronounced? Yes. So it's called Schwartzman. Diamond. Syndrome. Like a Walkman, but just with an ass and then I'm in just like a like a diamond gem and then syndrome and it is a very rare disease that only affects I think around like five thousand people in the whole world how and I was diagnosed when I was two and now I'm twenty five. So it's a genetic chronic disease that is currently incurable. We are working on a cure for it, which hopefully can be developed soon, it is also life threatening. So the main aspect of the disease is your bone marrow and a lot. Lot of patients with SDS as we like to abbreviate, it have bone marrow issues where their bone marrow fails and We don't have enough blood counts really like we don't have enough platelets, not enough white cells and not enough red cells, which basically makes up your immune system So we get sick a lot quicker than a normal person would and we also a lot more prone to getting leukemia, which is a blood related cancer, and so the point of getting a bone marrow transplant would be to eliminate that risk. Let's start to talk about this and dig in Can you tell me about your song run ron run because I'm kind of obsessed. It's pretty great. Thank you. Run run run is a song that I wrote about my disease and having to live with it and confronted every day and The first line is my disease does not define me, but recently it's all I. can see and that is because three years ago in twenty seventeen, I got like a huge Epstein Barr virus. I just got really sick from having the Epstein Barr virus, which kind of like was the catalyst to me getting my heart transplant to use later, and so it's kind of just about having to actually confront my disease head on. which is something I haven't had to do for a long time because you know growing up after all of my hospital stints. I got gradually better and I was able to kind of dislike, put my disease into a little box and leave it there and On. A kind of live my life as a normal person. A. and. So when I got this Epstein, Barr in two, thousand, seventeen, it was a huge huge hit to my system. I was extremely sick for a few months and that ultimately led to me having to get a transplant but. Up, until then, I. You know I could be a normal teenager like do normal activities and. not really have to put a lot of emphasis on my body or my health. But because of this catalyst I'll say Really really. Forced me to take my disease out of that little box. I had it in and really really face it. So the chorus goes. To run run run just like I've always done and I leave it alone. But I, have nowhere else to go which is me really just like having to confront the fact that you know I'm still sick I will never be a normal bio typical person and I have to do this transplant for like to better my own quality of life and Just. Focus on. My health more than anything. So that's pretty much what it's about, and then like a little fun fact is. I had already written it before I got the news about my bone marrow transplant. So I had my doctor's appointment on December twenty, fourth two, thousand eighteen, which is like Yay, Christmas, time such great news. But so I had my doctor's appointment, and I already had like a little demo of this song done because Louis is my boyfriend and he's a wonderful producer and we had already been working on Um songs for my upcoming EP and then we'd already done this one. So the first thing I did when I came home was I actually just listened to this song to make me feel better. Because, it's just like it was just the best remedy for me because it is exactly how I felt in this. Little compact. Song.
My Rare Disease Does Not Define Me
"I'm joined today by singer, songwriter and patient advocate, Gracie van brunt formerly based in Los Angeles. Gracie moved back to the Boston area before the Kovic pandemic. She's the recipient of the two thousand thirteen rare champions of hope patient advocacy. Award. From the nonprofit advocacy group global jeans at age two, she was diagnosed with a rare disease that I'm going to let her pronounce, and even before the pandemic, she was an expert at social distancing. She is here to share her story and her art welcome Gracie Hey. Thank you so much for having me what an amazing introduction. Thank you so much for being here. We're I'm really excited. This is gonNA. Be Fun. Yes, I'm so. Yeah you too. All right. So can you tell me about your disease and how is it pronounced? Yes. So it's called Schwartzman. Diamond. Syndrome. Like a Walkman, but just with an ass and then I'm in just like a like a diamond gem and then syndrome and it is a very rare disease that only affects I think around like five thousand people in the whole world how and I was diagnosed when I was two and now I'm twenty five. So it's a genetic chronic disease that is currently incurable. We are working on a cure for it, which hopefully can be developed soon, it is also life threatening. So the main aspect of the disease is your bone marrow and a lot. Lot of patients with SDS as we like to abbreviate, it have bone marrow issues where their bone marrow fails and We don't have enough blood counts really like we don't have enough platelets, not enough white cells and not enough red cells, which basically makes up your immune system So we get sick a lot quicker than a normal person would and we also a lot more prone to getting leukemia, which is a blood related cancer, and so the point of getting a bone marrow transplant would be to eliminate that risk. Let's start to talk about this and dig in Can you tell me about your song run ron run because I'm kind of obsessed. It's pretty great. Thank you. Run run run is a song that I wrote about my disease and having to live with it and confronted every day and The first line is my disease does not define me, but recently it's all I. can see and that is because three years ago in twenty seventeen, I got like a huge Epstein Barr virus. I just got really sick from having the Epstein Barr virus, which kind of like was the catalyst to me getting my heart transplant to use later, and so it's kind of just about having to actually confront my disease head on. which is something I haven't had to do for a long time because you know growing up after all of my hospital stints. I got gradually better and I was able to kind of dislike, put my disease into a little box and leave it there and On. A kind of live my life as a normal person. A. and. So when I got this Epstein, Barr in two, thousand, seventeen, it was a huge huge hit to my system. I was extremely sick for a few months and that ultimately led to me having to get a transplant but. Up, until then, I. You know I could be a normal teenager like do normal activities and. not really have to put a lot of emphasis on my body or my health. But because of this catalyst I'll say Really really. Forced me to take my disease out of that little box. I had it in and really really face it. So the chorus goes. To run run run just like I've always done and I leave it alone. But I, have nowhere else to go which is me really just like having to confront the fact that you know I'm still sick I will never be a normal bio typical person and I have to do this transplant for like to better my own quality of life and Just. Focus on. My health more than anything. So that's pretty much what it's about, and then like a little fun fact is. I had already written it before I got the news about my bone marrow transplant. So I had my doctor's appointment on December twenty, fourth two, thousand eighteen, which is like Yay, Christmas, time such great news. But so I had my doctor's appointment, and I already had like a little demo of this song done because Louis is my boyfriend and he's a wonderful producer and we had already been working on Um songs for my upcoming EP and then we'd already done this one. So the first thing I did when I came home was I actually just listened to this song to make me feel better.
Golden State Warriors: Important dates to diarize
"Two big dates for warriors fans out there change your calendars number those are going to use to look at a calendar of the lottery's gonna be on August twenty fifth warriors will have a fourteen percent chance I think of the number one overall pick they're guaranteed a top five pick and then the draft is going to be October fifteenth NBA draft October fifteenth Walkman
Embody True Certainty
"I want to speak directly one to one. Get right in the ear of all you leaders up there. I WanNa talk to you about a different kind of certainty you know. Our clients are always asking for winkle a habit. How much for how much how much of this whole thing cost? Kind of budgeting need. When am I going to get what feature? What's it going to include? Who signed off on that that kind of certainty that we've grown up with that we've been trained on in the. Corporate Universe is no longer serving us. And that's how we got to agility and I've said it so many times when people resist when there's pushback what's the pushback. We miss our certainty. We need our certainty. Were certainly need are certain? Ti- people love that feeling of if you just made a promise everything would be. Okay knowing full. Well that most promises that attempt to predict the future don't get kept today so if we can't predict the future. What kind of certainty can we possibly offer? Well here's what I suggest. When you lead people be certainty. What does that mean? Did you ever watched people on a bus or a train whether you take it or whether you just observed one passing by take a good look. What are people doing? Are they talking to one another? Are they staring out the window? Observing the miracle of nature of modern metropolitan life. Are they taking it all in moment by moment or are they slaves to their devices to the heed the call of every Ping in Ding notification popped up? Are they constantly serving? That dopamine hit an lovable am I needed enough for someone to text me back or like my post or comment on my comment being sucked into the rat hole of watching strangers fight on social media just to count out of ten people. How many people do you see in a close quarters almost social situation rather than speaking to one another engaging in helping and inspiring one another rather their lives are led by something outside themselves when you get that email or text message? It's almost like a command that you must follow out they. You're not in charge of your time. They are. It's interesting because this is a relatively new problem. Twenty years ago. Most of that situation didn't even exist at worst. You're a slave to your books or maybe you had your Walkman on the way we've always suffered from this problem but I feel like now it's magnifying. It's amplifying so you my friend if you lead then who should be leading you your cell phone your social addictions your dopamine flow. I don't think so. Start by being in command of your own soul and that can start with your attention. It's the small things that matter. Be Aware of your surroundings. If you're sitting on that bus put your phone away. Make a commitment to beware. What's going on around you? Maybe there's someone with a young child in a stroller who could use a hand holding the door open. Maybe someone can't quite figure out the schedule. What stopped there at notice. Look out the window. What's going on with the trees? Dc Grass or snow or rain note. What's going on around you? Hey How many times have you passed by your building at work and realized that you never noticed that the building next door has been torn down or there's a for sale sign in the window. There's no thirteenth floor in your elevator. How many details pass you by? Because you're not awake because we give into choices that are made for us by others. If you were in command of your attention if you were present in the moment if you make eye contact him realistic having conversations she can free yourself the need to constantly check your messages to respond to email right now right when you get it. Then you're in control not them meaning them with a Capital T. When you live your life that way you are certainty itself. You're in control. You're sure you're confident. You Have Dominion over your time and Energy and listened that simple practice when you show up at work. People are going to notice that you're the one you're the one who will lead. You're the one who go I either. You have the answers or you know how to get them. You will not react with anger or fear because you look like you're in complete control of your universe. That's the kind of certainty that people really want business cases and BRD's and Gantt Charts in spreadsheets. They're just a form of certainty. They're just an attempt to control the unknown. But when you show up as someone who does not break down who knows what to do. Who is incomplete control and mastery of themselves when things are uncertain when things are fearful? Then you can make change. You can build trust. You can improve adoption. You can transform individuals and then teams maybe whole organizations
Taking Stock of the Boeing Crash and Iran Missile Attack
"So that was an interesting eighteen or so hours in the global markets. Wasn't it no sooner. Had we finished up an explainer on how the markets can price things in if if it knows those things are coming then something came that. The market's somehow were not expecting there was the missile attack last night they not really too who belligerent statement from President Trump is morning and somehow everything was fine. We've called the. Amy Myers Jaffe for some context on this. She is a longtime Middle East analyst. Also now a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations Amy Walkman program. Thank you for having me. Let's do a quick gut check. You heard this news last night. I'm sure you as as I and many other people check the futures market. What was your? What was your initial reaction? Well I think that it makes sense that the markets calmed down afterwards. Of course wars were were hoping for a peaceful outcome for conflict resolution. But I think the markets may be a little optimistic in the sense that there's a long road a Ho. Oh here on a very long stubborn conflict in the Middle East so maybe people are a little too optimistic. This is if I could if I could go to my Donald Donald Rumsfeld dictionary. This is the very definition of unknown unknowns right yes. The president was moderately diplomatic today. But there's so much yet to come There's a lot of water that needs to be crossed and I think the markets reflect that in the price of gold now of course. Gold is also strong because these were expecting a U. S. China trade deal and we're expecting a weaker dollar but in the end. I do think that that hefty gold price reflects the sentiment that we're not out of the woods yet talk to me about oil for a second. Would you kind of make sense that. It's down hard today. long-term though I know that all the analysts are saying long-term down for oil but my feeling is there still a lot of geopolitical risk to be had we still have tremendous unrest on the ground if the Iraqi population is unhappy with the way things go you know you could see oil. Workers decide that they're going to join the anti-government protesters protesters or if there's a breakdown in negotiations between the United States are ran in Iraq and the United States quote unquote. Okay gets kicked out. You could see sanctions on Iraq soil because Iraq has been doing these swaps with Iran these energy swaps with Iran. And that would be a logical next step if things break down or you condo by the fact that the United States is such a major producer of oil now that helps me from the point of view of worrying thing about the US economy if the price of oil goes way up there many states that benefit now because we have so many states that are producing the didn't used to the oil producing and of course our trade deficit isn't as badly hurt. The problem is you know you and I we might not take a road trip this summer. Summer oil prices are very high and also we know from past oil shocks that American. Stop buying cars when the price of gasoline is going up and of course that would be very bad for the economy because that's a big part of the GDP of the United States. Okay so short-to-medium-term. What are you watching? Well I'm watching sort of how it plays out of course in the Middle East. I think that's a very major risk. I want to see that the U. S. China trade deal comes forward and what form and then I think the markets you know The Eurasia group which is a geopolitical risk organization says the United States is the number one geopolitical risk in the world. Today so I do think the US election depending on which way it swings it could be a major feature in financial markets. So I think we have to watch that very closely.
Kevin Nash Among Those Picked For the WWE Hall Of Fame
"So we got hall Nash Hogan and Ex Pock going into the hall of fame in Twenty Twenty as the N. W. O.. All are already in Spin Your wacky and Batista is also going in and that leads to this person's question here. I find it weird that out of everyone that was in the N. W. O.. Only Hogan Hall Nash. And Chandra being inducted in the hall of fame might get the first three guys are important because they're the founders but sean being the only other one added his weird especially since guys like Diaz in big show joined before him. Listen really listen my friend. The hall of fame is a Gimmick. The hall of fame is a Gimmick television ratings and to get people to buy tickets. And you do that by presenting big stars and on top of that even if you consider this a real hall of fame which it's not yes. DB OSCE was in before xbox but was a manager who did nothing in one day just disappeared like there was nothing nothing hall of fame worthy about the end of the the big show was in there as in and out in and out in and out he turned fifty five times. Seems like the core of the group Shaan Waldman was a core of the group. He's actually one of the guys you think about when you think of the show as well more so than the big show but at the end of the it doesn't matter Shawn's available and they want the four guys all their. They want to sell tickets based on their names and Batista's name the fact that the announced everyone so far in advance tells me they probably weren't happy with how things went last year. So they're getting all these names out here now to sell a whole bunch of tickets and I'm sure that someday big show is going to go in as has the big show the pregnant. I want to do that when I and then later they can put him in with this faction that faction but I don't think it should over think who's going in they want and stars to be given rings that's it and obviously they got a quota so you can have a woman this year. You can have a legend this year you you can have whatever their pioneer wing is this year. I mean that's just the way things are going to go. It's a payday. It's a rang that later on. You can pawn if you need to you. You know that there's it's hey it's it's a celebration and it is what it is. So is Shawn Watson not in as a member of the X louden they deacs not lou the wwe hall of fame takes win last year. So shall Walkman in with that yes so there's a possibility now that he's in with the end of Yo that we can still. Oh get the one-two-three kid inducted into the hall of fame and Shaul Maltman can get into the hall of fame three times maybe we can give him some lightning kid as well tube. At least the one two three kid has got a chance to make it into the hall of fame. That's what you telling me. Yeah they're multiple people in Multiple Times. I'm sure that's what's the record. I want to see him. Go in. I mean could bury layers twice. He's probably go in three times. You may be in three times by now. I think he's only emphasize though we'll never run out of people people I know you think that we will because they have to bring in so many people. We've already ran out of Michael. No no we're repeating. Listen to me very dr so can make it in the repo man can make it in a demolition smash can make it in Who else was it? The Golfer could make it Mike. You're you're you're missing my point my putting in the a Golfer you've already ran at a people by putting people in twice you've already ran at a people. We ran out of people. The Madison Square Garden Ring. Bell is actually should be in the hall of fame. It's in my own personal hall of fame. That distinct Rengel should be in the hall of fame. That's the direction we're going with this thing actually is we're going to get nanometer objects objects into the hall of fame because we've already got gimmicks going in concepts like the end of your show groups I I guess that's how you're calling this but like why not just have random things things the gobbledygook egg could be in the hall of fame soon.
Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones - A Review
"So what what what's new while you were gone yes so you were gone yes they sent me the Amazon echo your buttons two weeks so this is a really interesting category all of a sudden thanks to apple and their new air pod pro ear buds are wireless the Bluetooth and with the exception of apple's crappy earpods and I want to emphasize crappy air pods which is kind of sit on your ear and fallout most of the good stuff and I have a job or a lead to have a number of them I have the Samsung I actually I think a number of reviewers consider believe it or not the Samsung galaxy bugs to be the best sounding better even than the apple iPod pros but they have a tip that goes deeper inner ear seals so you get better bass and they are much less prone to ejection here a junction as you exactly what as in you you said in the chat room your booking to Bob Seger so that's that's when you get the ear injection factor so what do you think of these galaxy but they're very experiments were then accounts but damn is abuzz with their very expensive one twenty eight it is not that they're actually made by both so the sound quality is always happen like Bose sound you know what they are we always say no highs no lows must be bows exactly I don't agree with that but okay they actually look very similar to both the Bose I have the sound sports which is what I usually goes jogging around then so says like Amazon basically re labeled something existing well I think they will cooperate with it they're slightly different than the sound sports they come in a case they couple things they are not noise eliminating their noise reducing yeah and that very dependent on you get a good fit with the ear plugs and noise reducing our yearly means yeah as you say they see over here apple's air pop pros and others like the Bose quiet comfort do what we call active noise cancellation have microphones which works to pick up the ambiance and then flip the pope the reverse the polarity so that is negates itself and that they have seen on with some success but these don't do that they just see what I actually I think that works better some level of that of active noise reduction because you up to mode you have what they call passed through what you hear the outside world walking you can your cards coming at you and such yeah and if you switch between the two of them even with the ear plugs in all the way you can actually hear a difference in the amount of sounds path is this some amount of reduction it's just not noise cancellation now the classes on this that I found you only have to wear one if for some reason you don't want to wear both of them a lot of these if you take one out its silences it not this one it takes one out it will stop and then it'll will is not she just left one and it'll go back to what I like that because I often do when a we're just one it does one yeah it comes with the re charging case similar to the other ones good for a couple of charges and the sound is like if you like both his visit now couple things to worry about with these they send it to you and they give you a set of rubble flanges you can add to the year but if you want to they give you that little hook to help get the S. soon securing aren't seen a lot of people do that it's like it's just a little bit more so doesn't fall out yeah if you do that it's very hard to get it to sit properly in the case and I've had it where I thought it was then wasn't in good didn't charge and it didn't disconnect from my phone I'm suddenly looking in my phone is ringing or anything this morning to the nearby not good so you really have to make sure that you popped it all the way in you have the option is always listening for you to say what you wake up words in this case the only option you have is the a word one really you can't use a computer or Amazon the other way not let me change they may change you have if you do the tap and hold you can have it either activates or Google assistant okay so you can use whatever is on your phone as well you watch it is very easily you get a choice of whether you want to tap and hold to be the Amazon assistant or your phone's basic one and I have no reason why you want to ever have a thing the Amazon one because it's already listening all the time anyway right you can turn the Mike off on it so it's not listening so just acting as the pair had sat the one thing I wish they'd done and the only reason I keep using my Bose sound sports it doesn't have a poll sensor and my Bose sound boards anything that senior year like that has all sorts of potential as a as a kind of fitness monitor because it can not only cents heart rate but other things as well so right and this one doesn't have the sensors built and then maybe a generation sandwich generation three Cup or sport down version coming along at some point but I went jogging weapons they stay put I went to the gym worked out the state court the sound is as good as you expect many bios you get about six to eight hours of stuff now I was on the train both to and from LA to this weekend and I will clean sound reduction was adequate but I could on the train I didn't feel like I was hearing all the were rattle and roll coming in for the tribe but I could still hear what was going on I will not go on an airplane without in I've use noise canceling I have bows and others but I actually preferred the at a motor X. which is a high and in here monitor and it it has flanges ago so deep in your here for some people I have that cough reflect some of those people who have seen poke my some people it actually make you might make you gag a little bit but its seal so well you can't hear a thing which may not be safe on an airplane I guess if it can still tap me if they need me to jump out of the airplane put on a pair she but I I prefer that it's not active noise canceling its just silent can you hear babies crying you don't hear anything I mean I had those I had a set of those two awhile ago and the company can't member who they may have a little pink is attached to you that you clicked on your chest that you could push a button the left right up through the I got to talk to somebody yeah the whole idea of ambience founder is is not new that's that's been around since the Sony Walkman you could do with a Walkman right I'm gonna have to say I haven't tried these yet you know it seems to me the apple earpods pro is really overpriced is really expensive there's a huge profit margin in headphones that's why at one of the reasons apple bought beats is a big money maker the galaxy but at the same price as the Amazon without without using the assistant you get no system but they I think sound quite good they fit quite well in their only hundred thirty Bucks if you want a system that sounds like the Amazon be a good
"walkman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This is the conclusion of my interview with Eric rentals NYPD lead detective in the Central Park jogger five case and we didn't know about it except for when I'm Michael Armstrong if the reinvestigation of the case he found in court records. taken by detective from Kerry whites carry Weiss in nineteen eighty nine on April twentieth said that when he was attacking the jogger there was another guy named ruby while he was raping her took her Walkman and took her friend back. this is this is documents that were made in nineteen eighty nine that were provided to the court sold nineteen eighty nine Harry Weiss knew about the Walkman and knew about the the **** pack and grey yes claims no one else knows that. a detective online also Linda Ferris dean in her op ed piece for the Wall Street journal said that there were blood stains and dirt on the clothing of some of the five also semen on the shirt of one of the other five that's correct. there was blood that was feeling there was scratched the idea that there was no physical evidence on the five is a real life it was a lie perpetrated by Ken burns and by Sarah burns is also medical evidence which conclusively shows that she was attacked by more than one person and the doctor who treated our who was interviewed by Sarah burns doctor Robert courage gave her almost an entire day interview provided her with the medical records and at the end of the day. she would not include. what is your view in her documentary hello she was asked about it by a reporter she said specifically I know doctor Kurtz believes what he saw and that you know that she was attacked by more than one person but I don't believe it so I left it out wow okay this is a fact this is just something that she spoke to a reporter it's out there for people have to do is just look for it and detective in the case of Linda fair steam backed her up at peace she says that the voice we were not charged with rape they were charged with acting in concert and the jury was informed that she was attacked by several people and that the people that attacked her and raped her got away. that's correct. when Elizabeth lateral gave her her summation and when we tested the DNA and by the way all of their borders for against us testing the DNA which was in its infancy at the time. it came back to someone who was not apprehended which is not uncommon. gang rape you don't get everybody I'm sort thirty two there at least a large number of them got away we did not get everybody we knew we didn't give up the fight. Elizabeth whatever and she told the jury told the judge the defense the public that we have DNA from an unknown suspect somebody that participated in this race got away and when the jury which was very diverse which at blacks whites games we had somebody who was with the NW GP we had somebody who was a I believe he was a a minister or priest or something they listened to the evidence that convicted them on the evidence they look at the video takes several times more than once they look for the coercion they look for the sleep deprivation may look for all the lives that were thrown that's being thrown at people right now. and they did not see and that's why they convicted them. this in another minute have left of this interview will have that on the other side and then we'll speak with Catherine from Sarasota. right nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three we're also going to talk about the extraordinary testimony the Kennesaw.
Big Brother 21 - Sept 18 Veto Recap
"One week from the biggest night of the year when we will crown the winner of Big Brother Twenty one and nc who's the first person to go home from survivor island of the idols and we've got a great panel for you tonight here back act with us once again fresh off a trip to New York. Please welcome integrate. Brent Walkman Brent how are you. I am doing great rob back one one more time to recap the veto episode of Big Brother. Yes okay all right. We'll talk about not one but two competitions two wins for Jackson Aka Mickey and lots to talk about with cliff who were very concerned about his wellbeing at this hour after watching this episode episode tonight but here to join us on the rica making I believe a first appearance on the big brother recap. Please Great Jenny Autumn Jenny. How are you I'm great. It is my first big brother. Recap Board thank you. I get to talk about the feed so much and I always have a lot to say about the episode so I'm glad that I finally get to talk about it on a proper recap and I love nothing more than watching competitions. I I usually just tune them out and I got two of them tonight so here. We are yeah lots to talk about so we're going to get into it all Hashtag R. R. H. A. P. to take your questions later on in this shows then we'll get ready for Thursday when we get into our addiction nights special special. It'd be a lot of fun. Caitlyn is going to be back here in the studio and then Andy Herren is going to be joining us on the show on Thursday night as well so jam packed show on a Thursday night as we see who ends up going out of the house in fourth place and how it will probably be none other than Mr Cliff Haag Brandt. I listened to the NFC roundtable today and you're making a lot of a lot of good points. It's all the way around tonight we got to see. Sandwiched in between these competitions was a lot of cliff making deals. I don't know what planet cliff is on. I don't want either like you just needed to take one look at Jackson and holly when they were waiting for the results of that final final four veto to know that he's not a victim her. I mean them sue the end together and it is lost on me. How cliff can't see that maybe he just talked himself into believing since since in the end we kept holly that Jackson go along with this but now now. I mean it's just it's crazy talk and I can't believe that class actually in his heart believes this. I really do agree with tarrant and agree with the the show. I'm glad they showed Holly Jackson. In dire around saying that cliff is losing his mind because clip is losing his mind that he that he entertains this to be the truth when it's not Jenny the story for the last couple of weeks. Something's wrong with Holly. Her brain's not working right this talk. She's been concussed multiple times her. Her brain's not working right even holly. Tonight is giving US confessionals about cliff. This is after a cliff cliff. made a deal with her about how he was going to release her from her obligation to throw the final four veto if she guaranteed not that you would take cliff to the finals and if you're truly playing your own game from Mickey. Would you be okay for permission to compete with the agreement that if you took me a long I I literally no. Are you kidding me so go ahead dramatic pause. Are you talk all of us just taking a moment to be like yeah. Oh this actually happened. Yeah I wrote on my notes a full permission which is just like right. Oh my goodness understanding yeah. It's it's really hard to watch and you know it. It was hard enough to watch this all play out on the feeds to see the diary rooms to support these decisions was I just I really living a really confusing and painful experience for for all of us should if you're the Big Brother House and people are making deals that that are too good to be true like she didn't do another test about like all right so Jackson. If you win the game mm-hmm. Could you give me three hundred thousand dollars after the season. Yeah Yeah Oh yeah whatever you want yeah sure well then then you know that they're they're not have a clue some point. They're just agreeing to stuff yeah. I know it's so crazy in in cliff is in the diary room. Jenny and he's not even like crossing my fingers and hoping that these deals are going to pay off but this might be kind of a long shot. He's like well. Maybe they said they were going to do it. So yeah you can see gone in like Nicole's firearms cliff cliff as absolutely no concern about this possibly blowing up in his face or you know Jackson going back on these deals. He's he's making even after cliff is going and like re- like you know like changing the deal that he made with them being like. Oh when I said that I actually the I actually meant the final three but I'm gonNA take Nicole to final two but you're still we're still good right like and then. Nicole is like in the diagram saying this might not be this might not actually work could be losing cliff here like I at the same time I mean Jackson makes a very good point also also and I hate saying that but it's the truth where he's like this cliff thing that we not talk like at the same time that they're making deals with holly and also making deals with Jackson to take take Jackson so the final three cliff saying I'll take Jackson with us to the final three and I'm going to honor that deal. They're the same time going to holly insane. Yeah full permission to play in the veto. If you VIC Jackson so like it's just crazy talk. That clippings of these deals are going to hold any water whatsoever when she pushed back. He's like well then. We'll have to go back to the original deal right like yeah. I guess so Y- full power over these deals when you've literally lost your power completely lately member and remember like like two seconds ago when he and Kohl Shikha final four deal with cliff with with Jackson and holly to take them to the final four and then the minute that Nicole won the veto. They were already second guessing and thinking well. Maybe we should've Akali like he doesn't remember that I love you but what would your such a hypocrite class and I love you but you are such a hip. If we we we we we love cliff he that he had a good mind. God yes good run got we got more on a cliff than we ever expected but when he he made the deal with Jackson and then any Whit Beck and then actually so this this deal that made with you. I need to make a change to it and he's like what what are you. What are you talking about? Cliff was in Pennsyl-. I wrote your name but I actually meant Nicole Nicole. Nicole is gotta take so you can take me to the end but I've got to take Nicole if I win doing doing when you don't have any power over what happens in this week this is not the conversation before you evoked Tommy right. This is a totally different situation. Shen having to change the terms you know while you still have something to hangover Jackson and Holly's head because Tommy isn't out those doors. This is after after you have no power like Nicole is H. O. H. And it's whoever wins Vito has the most power. Why are you like changing deals feels like for I understand like I couldn't sleep last night like it speaks to cliffs character as a man but it's just absolutely terrible. Gameplay ed are really crucial time for him. Hopefully I'll even pushed back on that because I already here the fans going. His character is the man where was his character is a man at the final five when he's Shukla deal with Jackson and holly was going to take them and then the minute and the Nicole Winston Veto. He's already entertaining Nicole thoughts of a victim holly on Jackson's H H so I'm sorry I can't can't even accept the cliffs a man of his work. That's fine if he isn't real life but we're talking about the game within the game. He's he's a man of his word when it's convenient to him point blank and the period I think that's I think that's fair and I think that the thing is that they're seeing like well. The final decision was that they they they kept Collie so every the way they strong armed her into a deal to get there. That doesn't Count Jackson. That's exactly what I would say to them. Yeah Holly did start off the episode again and very upset that cliff. Nicole made her throw the final four veto brand. If it wasn't for cliff Nicole she fell four H. H. This could have been hurried show. H had there there again. She's she's in the end the one who decided to throw throw it her showman's boy who encouraged her to throw it. She was the one who agreed to it. Although I concurred with her agreeing to it because she was about to be evicted acted in basically needed to agree to whatever she that they were asking her to do but in the end why should she have upheld her agreement there she should have gone for the win at the final in a four if not for her resume then to at least ensure her safety because in a world where you know cliff wins the power or Nicole wins the power of veto and she almost did cliff would have had the sole vote to evict and he might actually take and Jackson with into the final three you might. He's crazy enough to do that so I don't know what how he's complaining about. It was all her decision. She decided to throw it as she's trying to say that. Nicole bullied her into throwing the Hoa as far as I recall it was her boy toy who was showing her not got to throw him H H Jenny exactly what I was gonNA say. If anyone convinced holly to throw this H. Wage it was actually Jackson and you know she's like she's putting all of her trust in him and like you know the the deal was made. She had full opportunity to break it and then what does she have to live lose in that situation. You know it all comes down to who wins the veto but we saw it in this episode Jackson urging now throw it now like how long time so I mean a lot of it is I think the big brother comics had it right when they said that holly is she'll. She'll serve you some wine uh-huh because you are. She is really whining about the fact that she had to throw this. H H and tuna call the the thing that I wanNA shake holly about is she gets mad about the fact that Nicole's walking around with their choice robot as the she earned that maybe you didn't see it a lot of the episode but you sorry complaining to the cameras that you know that was a sham ceremony. It should have been my age. Oh Age She doesn't remember that. Nicole only got to be H. O. H. for like two seconds seconds when she wanted during the double eviction she never got the entire week's worth of H. Roe. You know room pictures things like that in her room. It was all like over in the blink of an eye and why they are jealous of her. This is just beyond me. I think it's just because they want to have makeup sex may get into their fights and the HOA shower.
"walkman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"My Walkman with the beagle headphones and stuff I don't listen to anything with the loan is month yeah I can get a little obsessive but you know that's okay I I just been crazy about music in a particular theme song says no my days of playing Mario brothers and watching family matters step by step day by day so you know what went on for my first band New York stay human I wrote us a theme song and when we got booked on the Colbert report in twenty fourteen of course that's what we played and may we live that place up with that the audience out into the streets with us and then within a couple weeks yes me to be the music direct on the late show and that was a big decision for me in the band you you want to know why I really was excited about the job and I'll tell you is the idea that I could write the theme song you know what else I like about it I get to do the monk on the show you listen close every time Stephen talks about drop in the Dow going PT I play this.
How Kim Jong Un is 'playing' President Trump
"Well. It's been more than a year since since Donald Trump and Kim Jong UN at Singapore and a month since they meeting on the North Korean side of the demilitarized iron. This is the first time a sitting U._S.. President has has ended the hermit kingdom. It was an extraordinary visual as president trump took the final steps north toward the line separating north and south South Korea a smiling Kim Joan walking briskly to meet him the first time a sitting American president has ever stepped foot inside the reclusive estate another handshake before the cameras will historic events to be sure but the jury is still out true Pyongyang has released U._S.. Hostages halted nuclear and until last week missile tests and signaled a willingness to at least talk about denuclearization. It's is a far cry from two years. AGO is an remember trump's foreign fury threats North Korea best not make any more threats to the united rated states they will be met with fire and fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never ever seen before thank you or rocket man's provocations rocket man should have been handled a long time ago the little rocket man. We're going to do it because we really have. No Oh choice in data one point North Korea's foreign ministry even warned Australia was coming within the range of the nuclear strike that said Pyongyang Anyang has hinted it might resume nuclear and missile tests if the U._S. South Korean military exercises continue well. Let's get an update on North Korea as well as its thirty five year old dictator from N._F._l.. Field She's been in Asia correspondent for the Washington Post and before that the Financial Times terms for several years she's being closer than almost any journalist to the North Korean regime having visited there regularly over the past fifteen years recent book is called the great successor the secret rise and rule of Kim Jong UN as published by John Murray when my colleague Hamish Macdonald Interviewed Food and a few weeks ago I actually rushed to the bookstore and I bought a copy of it and I have to say it's an absolutely outstanding book. Anna welcome to between the lines are thank you very much. Tell them what a great introduction. Don't do it often but it's very good now. Pyongyang's last nuclear test was nearly two years ago it lasts launched a long range missile all in November two thousand Seventeen Tissot a few short range weapons since then Donald Trump would say that's that's gripe progress. Isn't it yeah I mean He. I would say that that's great progress. I mean certainly as you said it's a shop change from where we were two years ago but I think this is all very tactical from Kim engines perspective and really he's been in the driver's seat the whole time he has been calling the shots here so through two thousand seventeen he was firing missiles at seemed like every second day he conducted these two nuclear tastes including one that was a demonstrably a hydrogen bomb and then in when he was ready at the end of November two thousand seventeen when he said he'd completed his nuclear program he was signaling that he was ready to. I'm back on this charm offensive that we saw over the course of last year and that's because he feels like he's in a position of strength now he he's showing that he's made astonishing progress with missiles and nuclear weapons and he wants to be seen now as the responsible and respected leader of a nucleus date and of equivalent to Donald Trump and she's paying and let me a potion and that's where we're at now in Washington has made it clear that it wants Pyongyang to make concrete steps steps towards denuclearization before it's willing to as I sanctions that limit North Korea's tried but you know until recently the consensus was that Kim Jong Hoon was was really a madman because he really wanted these nuclear weapons. is He really crazy. He has not crazy he has coldblooded and ruthless but he is definitely not a rational not a nutjob as president trump wants colt him and you know to point to the evidence for that is the simple fact that he he is still in power almost eight years on he's defied all the expectations that he would be too inexperienced and too young to take over this this regime and he's done it by acting in a very rational strategic way <hes> to take control of North Korea so a part of that is embarking on this nuclear program which enabled him to both fend off the outside world as well as kind of a AH show strength internally give the general something to be proud of gives the ordinary people something to be proud of and they are proud of it. North Koreans have told hold me that there are especially proud that have managed to do something that <hes> South Korea and Japan have not been able to do so this is like old pot of his is plan I think and and now the face to of that plan is this charm offensive that we're now into try to be seen as an international statesman to be the <hes> you know normalizing his leadership and coming out into the outside world and most of all now he's turning to the economy and trying to develop L. at North Korea's very very backwards and decrepit economy because he knows that that's where his legitimacy could have trouble that if he is not able to show the people of North Korea that life is getting better under his leadership he may begin to have trouble keeping crowded you along kimes primary goal here is survival but let me put this to you. Anna surely the only way the North Koreans Happens <hes> no way whatsoever that he feels he needs them for his security. <hes> you know when he was taking over just two months before he took over the leadership of North Korea Moammar Gaddafi was dragged out of a ditch and Libya and beaten and killed in a very brutal way that must be seated on Kimberlin's uh-huh brain that this is what happens to a leader who strikes a deal with the United States to give up their nuclear capability so I cannot say anyway he would relinquish everything but I think he may relinquish. Something and I actually think president trump's doing the right thing here. It is time to talk to North Korea because decades needs of isolating North Korea have not solved the problem of isolation has allowed North Korea to develop nuclear weapon so you're in agreement. He said that in the trump era it's clear that the political consensus consensus including in Washington it's come around so trump's view that talking to North Korea is a good thing but could trump shift the consensus further if he decides Washington can actually live with a nuclear North Korea well. I'm not sure that Washington has come round. There are many detractors in Washington and of president trump's approach and many skeptics about denuclearization but I do think that this current phase is the right approach to be taking because we should be engaging with North Korea. There should be some progress here. You know maybe they can't get them to give up his nuclear nuclear weapons that you know they can get him to stop firing them. That could get to stop threatening them. You know if there was more engagement with North Korea the people of North Korea would have more exposure go to the outside world be able to open their eyes to the truce which they get precious little off in North Korea so there are lots of benefits to be had there that you you know not necessarily denuclearization per se that is a very very tough thing to reach but there's a lot of wiggle room between nothing and full utilization so Kim plying trump here. He's he is getting all the attention but he's conceding nothing yeah in many respects. He is playing trump. I mean trump is waxing facing lyrical about Kim jong-un explaining why the human rights abuses talking about how they fell in love assures an opinion that Kim Jong UN does is not share Kim's on pragmatic about it but can learn his won him over without having to do anything at all other than show up. You know it's old style. Dale no substance so the question is how long Kim Jong and can continue to string donald trump along like this. He knows that Donald Donald Trump is a very unconventional American president. He's unlikely to get anybody else like him again. So if Kim Jong UN is going to cut any kind of deal he needs to do it while Donald Trump is power and actually one of the things I discovered in the course of reporting this book was that the North Korean diplomats in New York had actually gone to visit a very very famous Korean fortuneteller in Manhattan to us as president trump would be reelected. That's how concerned they are but how good is the word of the United States because as as you will know the George W Bush administration did a deal with Gaddafi that he relinquishes nuclear program and yet Bush's successor. Obama helped sleet if it's to topple Gadhafi well. That's why I think that Kim Jong will never give up his nuclear weapons because that's the thing about democracy right we change. Litas is so he cannot be assured than whoever succeeds Donald trump whenever that is will stick to the same line so yeah. He's not giving those up. My guest is n._F._l.. I feel she's the author of the great successor the secret rise and the rule of Kim Jong on intriguingly the U._S. subtitle for the book is the divinely perfect perfect destiny of brilliant comrade Kim Jong Un. Let's turn to your book because clearly this is a secretive and paranoid regime that makes it very difficult to find reliable information about king John on now based on your research including interviews with defectors and members of the family. What can can you tell us about Kim. Yeah I sit out to talk to every person who never met him are to be able to put together this portrait of him and the picture that emerged this child is person who lived such an ebb normal antisocial life came from such a dysfunctional family emily. There's really no way he could've turned out any differently from the ruthless person we see before us today as a when he it was growing up in North Korea's little princeling he lived a life of absolute luxury but also of isolation in these royal compounds that scattered around North Korea he had xbox games or whatever the equivalent was then and imported food and watched movies and and his own zoo his father had a car adapted for him so you could drive it when he was a small child so he wanted for nothing except for friends he had no friends he did not go to school. He had a Tutu came to the house. He didn't even know his half siblings from his father's other relationships so he he just had his only tuneful siblings. That's only at to play within that led him to latch onto anybody he could and one of the people who became a kind of playmates inmates to him when he was seven years old was this Japanese Sushi chef who I interviewed several times in Japan and he had gone into the household there and Kim John had let sean to him and he used to the shift used to take him fishing and flying kites and they listen to Whitney Houston on the shapes Walkman way back when in an <hes> you know he he really was starved for company and so then at the age of twelve he went to the Swiss capital of burn to go to school there and the idea there was that he should be able to live something of a normal life so he did go to school. He did live you know as the son of a diplomat so he was able to have friends and enjoy going swimming in the French Riviera and eating pizza in Italy and all these kinds of things that an expect hidden Switzerland's can enjoy but even there he struggled partly because of language <hes> festival studied in
"Hiring is challenging but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple and smart. That place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Let's try it for free at ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire kids remember C._D.'s CDs because I stopped by my local C._B._S.. Store the other day and was pretty shocked to see big row of C._D.. Artists in jewel cases cases happily stocked on the shelves. It's been a long time since I opened a blank CD. How about you so on today's talking tech? Let's remember yesterday's yesterday's technology with fondness. I'm Jefferson Graham for those of you who don't recall well once upon a time. We've been mixed tapes on cassettes. You know those tapes tapes with their round holes Liane Sony Walkman units which if you don't recall tended to be bright and yellow the Walkman is forty years old this year although you'd probably have have a hard time finding any of them in stock anymore what was cool about them was that for the first time we could hear music on our terms sure I could take a crappy sounding in cassette of an album and listen to it in the car or at home but the Walkman let me take the music and my mix tapes anywhere but I digress at the turn turn of this century Napster showed us how to turn any song into an M._p.. Three file and create playlists on our computer. This was twenty years after the CDs came out convinced us to buy our old vinyl records all over again the music industry began to fall apart due to napster and the ease of making our own C._D.'s. He's on recordable media you could rip a C._D.. On your computer and converted to M._P._3. Files and then put them onto a recordable Aim Sort of recordable media that C._V._S. selling today at around twenty dollars a spindle we spent hours on this taking the C._D.'s into the trays of our computers using burning software to handle the transaction and waiting a good ten to fifteen minutes for the process to bleed itself oftentimes the disc would fail and we'd have to do it it all over again now. Of course we can do it with just a few clicks on spotify or youtube music in have a living breathing playlist that can be accessed by simply asking Alexa Lisa or the Google Assistant to play it and we could also listen to other people's playlists on those same subscription music services. It's great now the C._d.. D._V._D. C._D.. Home era was killed by apple went around twenty ten to disk drives stopped appearing on computers other computer manufacturers followed quickly and then came streaming so I must admit I don't Miss Physical media in disc form or even on vinyl. They were too finicky. The ease of streaming and calling up something thing with your fingers is just too great in. I never ever get disc error messages anymore. How long has it been since you've burned to CD? I'd love to hear from Look for me on twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to the show. Wherever you listen to online podcasts I will be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world world of tech hiring used to be hard it was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes ace flipping through them and hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier but in today's high tech world hiring can be easy and you only have to go to one place to get it done ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk with their powerful matching technology ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified defied contenders for your job and actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that eighty percents of employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first this day and right now talking tech listeners can try Ziprecruiter for free at this exclusive web address ziprecruiter dot com slash talk. That's ZIPRECRUITER DOT COM com slash T. E. C. H. T. A. L. K. ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire.
Sony's 230-Walkman exhibit celebrates 40 years of a music icon - Engadget
"Antonio is forty years ago today that for the first time we can take our music with us as we go out and about the walls from Sony the one and only back in nineteen seventy nine the Sony Walkman Dave you would end up selling over four hundred million units over the years however sales began to plummet once apple released the iPod back in two thousand one Tony what was on your Walkman eros bath night I'm sure maybe some Led Zeppelin can only hold one album I mean this is way before my time it what you you put a CD there so yeah one CD at a time our ways that way before your time yeah and it did it did plummeted it became almost nonexistent once the iPad came out
Nintendo's Game Boy turns 30
"If that's on means nothing to you. You have a lot to learn about thirty years of GameBoy from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. Intend bills GameBoy came out thirty years ago it marked a beginning. And an end the end of me as a predictive child teenager, and adult let's face it. The device was Janke by today's standards, but it was revolutionary in one thousand nine hundred nine and it was also cheap enough that a kid goodbye one after a single summer of delivering the west Toledo herald newspaper in his neighborhood. Because my parents would never buy me one. What the GameBoy began was serious mobile gaming, which is a big part of how we play today. Some project mobile gaming will bring in more than one hundred billion dollars in revenue in two thousand twenty one. Ian bogus is a game designer and professor of gaming at Georgia Tech. He says, I'm not the only one who spend hours staring at that little screen. The world went nuts for it. It was very successful in Japan before it arrived in the states, but it was uncertain as to whether it was going to be a domestic success unit has kind of a strange name GameBoy. It was it had been marketed at young kids. And in some ways, it was tetris that made it a have that broad up. He'll Nintendo explicitly in deliberately included a tetris as a way of broadening the market for the system. Tetris was a game that my dad got addicted to and this is a man who thought video game for incredibly dumb and mind-rotting, but yet hours on Detrick. How did demand shape what games work created in some ways, it was less demand than the philosophy and design of the system itself? The designer of this system was a fella named goon pay your coy, and he had this philosophy of repurposing older sort of dead technologies. And so the game quite had this processor from the late nineteen seventies. And that terrible screen that passive matrix kind of green shaded screen, and in fact, the screen itself had trouble with with motion because of the way that it was constructed. And so again. I'm like tetris sort of slow moving hustle gamers or tactics game. Like that was much more playable on the system will nowadays, we have really powerful computers walking around in our pockets are smartphones kind of our GameBoy proxies. They are to some extent. I mean, certainly we use smartphones to play the kinds of games that the GameBoy made popular in that format. There's a direct line from from tetris to two candy crush. And I think that's one of the important things to realize about the GameBoy some people might think. Well, I don't have a relationship with the GameBoy because I don't play games right on play them very much. But of course, they all almost certainly use a smartphone to do lots of different things. And that gets it start in this even the way that you hold. The thing is is very similar to the way that the GameBoy was held. It's probably worth observing. The name was kind of a riff off the walkman which had come out about ten years before that. And that was a thing to that. Even if you didn't listen to music all the time change the way set the stage for. How we use consumer electronics later and later computers Nintendo with GameBoy kind of created or at least revolutionized the mobile gaming market, and which is huge today. But how isn't intendo doing in that market? Are they're doing both well and poorly and let me explain what I mean by that. So the GameBoy, and and it's it's subsequent products GameBoy color, and so forth sold well over one hundred million units throughout the nineties and into the early two thousands, and then intendo released a follow up products. That was the Nintendo DS which was like a GameBoy, but had two screens and folded up and that to sold hundreds of millions of units. But of course, that pales in comparison to the smartphone market to the the phones that Samsung sells or that apple sells, and those aren't exclusively gaming devices. Of course, but they are used for gaming and intendo has been very deliberate about bringing very very few of its proper. Parties of its franchises like Mario to smartphones. So they really like to keep them on their own platforms have experimented with it a little bit. But it's been a mixed bag. So within their sandbox, if he will Nintendo has been enormously successful. There's no question that, you know, selling three hundred four hundred million units of something. And then all the software for it is an enormous success. But if you compare that with the smartphone hardware and software market, then it looks like a modest success. Ian Bogo says a game designer and professor of gaming, Georgia Tech. You know, I could never bring myself to get rid of my old GameBoy I gave it to my sister a couple of years ago. She's even older than I am. And she was stoked.
"walkman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"SAT administrator while walkman husband Massimo Gianola allegedly put up half a million dollars in exchange for getting their two daughters. Recruited to the USC crew team. Even though they did not participate in crew, that's ABC's. A pilgrim was student loan delinquencies at record levels. Colleges might have to help students repay loans. Trump administration thinks colleges need to have skin in the game to reduce student loan defaults. The administration's recent budget proposal made mention of a new risk-sharing program. No details have been released but colleges that accept taxpayer. Funds would be on the hook. Some lawmakers want colleges to pay a percentage of defaulted loans. ABC's Mona Rivera. You're listening to ABC news. A lawsuit has been filed against the California teachers association in. Federal court by seeking to stop mandatory paycheck deductions for teachers union dues five California educators are suing to establish a standard for a waiver and return union fees that they say were taken without their consent, California litigation counsel for the freedom foundation. Michelle gun Darrow says the union collecting dues violates the teacher's first amendment rights. Many of them have been sick and tired of their money being spent on political speech that they do not agree with the lawsuit follows a five to four supreme court decision that said requiring dues payments forces public sector workers to endorse political messages that may be counter to their beliefs Dera says the legal team behind the lawsuit is prepared for a long fight. I can't guarantee anything, but I know that we're willing and and more prepared than ever to appeal any decision not is decided Mike blunt, NewsRadio KF PK federal health. Officials are monitoring measles cases. In a dozen states. The CDC has confirmed nearly two hundred and thirty cases of the disease over the past ten weeks. Outbreaks have been reported in New York, Illinois, Texas, Washington and California. The CDC says the cases are linked to unvaccinated Americans traveling to countries like Israel and the Ukraine that are experiencing large measles outbreaks the disease spreads quickly prompting some lawmakers to call for making the vaccine mandatory Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio..
"walkman" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"Your disc manned your walkout a walkman with radio and turn to k- meal. Which if there's anyone who just say my name. Yeah. What crazy right? L game. Yeah. My name in Italy. I know is a radio station in the bay area. And if there's anyone from the bay area listening, then you also know that in nineteen eighty nine it was still like top forty pop hits. It's now the hip hop Rb station and early nineties they kind of made that transition Camiel Christmas morning ninety-nine, Amy Miller. Eight years old. I was the first time. I couldn't hear my sisters. And that. Yeah. And it was like, so Joey, and I had already seen the video, you know, because I was familiar with the video because it's like basically for children, so fun and colorful, and like so many of those videos from the like, shiny happy people era where you're just like this is a kid song. Right kid. So yeah, it was the first like song that I ever used to drown out the screaming of my family. I love it was this song of. I know. I feel like to me this song stresses me out because it sounds like chaos, but like you needed that's like people with ADD take on it calms them down. Yeah. You focused chaos. But it was like it's just so fun and joyful, and it was like exactly what I needed him. That's so sweet. Thank you for sharing. It's also like a little test because. We were just talking about this before we pushed play Orissa push by record. I don't know what I'm saying. But I lived in Portland for a while. And there's like a lot of it. This is a good filter song if you're ever like on a date with a very annoying like white man with a moustache just like let your favorite music, you know, who asked that question still. But then I would like to be like love shack because my favorite song to see if they were like like would do it. If they would say, please tell me, why am I don't know? Maybe like a man who asked a question from time to time. Try. Just kidding. You ask questions? Do you think he? A good test. If you don't know the song, it's of course, the beef d twos. Who else could it be not to be confused with the BC fifty twos? Alter-ego in the Flintstones, which is my first introduction. They seem this band is cookie. Them with ace of base just really not for any other reason than this the harmonies and the way the vocal like just I think the female things basement base of ace of base kinda remind me of beef reduced. Fred Schneider, his name, right. That's so xactly b fifty two I can't compete with any other band..
"walkman" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Off of her fancy trademarks, but he's ignored them. Caribbean. Make that money. You gotta do that to your own dad. I mean, come on you soon his ass though. I know, but what is she supposed to do? Chill out to the game with her dad. Okay. Okay. You believe him. Imagine his dad. The show I'm going. Yes. You would be like, okay. How much is it a million dollars? All right, cool. You think is definitely going down. And he just call her over. Hey, I'm weird to house. Could you come over here for a second? Believe is real quick pull up on is, Robin. Plea future. Did an interview with rob Mark minute genius. And he talked about why he didn't wanna tell his fans that he actually has stopped drinking lean check it out with drive is living every word, and is horrible. Because I don't wanna stop it in a fan. Stop loving me. Taking a chance on when I was I didn't wanna tell nobody. I stopped drinking Lee because I felt like his music change 'cause he ain't drinking lane. No more. I can hear it when he changes his like and people like that. Say, but it just be hard. When your fans so used to use a certain kind of way that certain persona you'd be afraid to chain. Listen drop on the clues mouth. Rob walkman guy salute to future for his honesty because it is almost impossible to be in this business and not at some point get caught up in being a caricature of yourself because you read so many comments about yourself, and you read magazine articles, and you see what people like a bunch of songs about lean here. And so when you perform it, and he's wondering what are the fans going to think, and you just feel like you gotta keep giving people more of that. Because that's what people are gravitating toward. But that's not how you grow. That's not. How you evolve so salute future for recognizing that and not being afraid of his new album the wizard comes out on Friday. So it's not gonna be no songs about lean on is what I don't know about that. All right. Imagine the and that's your rumor report. All right. Thank you miss now. When we come back Charlemagne. Yes. Sleep giving you down to listen, man. I promise you do not wake up in the morning and say to myself damn somebody from Florida and Ganga donkey today. But every time I come into work is at least one Florida story that try to ignore them. Like, you know, what I'm gonna give donkey to somebody else. But how can I not give donkey of the day to this young man from Florida? Plus, it's a teachable moment because we get to talk about one of my favorite things, which is kindness. Okay. All right. We'll get into that next. Keeping lock this the breakfast club. Good morning. APR.
"walkman" Discussed on 600 WREC
"What I was born to do each and every day here, the excellence in broadcasting network just a couple of things before we get to the phones, and these are things not related to the issues of the day. But I wanna mention so that they don't go unmentioned. You remember back during periods of time in the past Dr been horse or had a hacking cough, and I would always incredulously claim the chocolate cake doughnuts, revived my voice, even if it was just for few minutes, maybe a half hour and also seem to alleviate symptoms of cold light coughing and everybody thought that I was making all that opposite excuse. They have chocolate cake. Don't folks I don't need an excuse to have anything I want. I'm an adult grown, man. There's nobody that can tell me don't eat that. And yet I was accused of making it up as an excuse. Well, look at this. Headline chocolate is a better fix for your cough medicine. According to a study if your throat's getting scratchy, you might be better off reaching for our Hershey bar over cough syrup at least, that's what one the leading experts advising as he says that chocolate is better for a cough and respiratory problems than standard medicine, professor. Alan MAURICE, head of cardiovascular and respiratory studies university of hull in Yorkshire England, and a founding member of the international society for the study of cough. Did you know that there was such a thing? You know, when when I hear about people with jobs like this. I always wonder when they were kids and their parents and grandparents so so little little Allah. What do you want to be? When you grow up now. I wanna I found a study of cough. That's what this guy does he founding member international society for the study of cough, and he says the chocolate. Ken, calm coughs. And he claims that the supporting evidence is actually a solid as a Hershey bar, which is a solid thing as opposed to big a bunch of squishy mush. And the story is in the UK Daily Mail. I can tell you right now that there's something to this. Not just. Doing something to get rid of vocal scratchiness, but also alleviating symptoms of a cold and the coffee other thing is we haven't touched on something had happened during the break, and that was the massive. Stop or drop in the price of apple stock. I haven't touched on this subject, and I intended to on the first day back, and it just never got to it and still haven't. And there is a story in the Wall Street Journal. And it's just one of many that ever since apple re issued guidance and lowered their profit estimates the revenue estimates by the digital five billion dollars that the star. In in in tech media and not just tech media, by the way. But like the Wall Street Journal has tech reporters, and they do reports on the tech industry. The media tech. And otherwise treats apple like mainstream media, treats, Republicans and conservatives it's stunning and all of these little bloggers these millennial the degree of hatred for apple and by the way, it's not because of anything apple does politically it's not disagreement with apple on societal, cultural political issues. It's something totally different than that. I think it has to do with the factor. So big and powerful. But regardless the hate Israel and the Wall Street Journal has a story headlined polaroid walkman palm pilot iphone, meaning it's is it. It's over for the iphone. The iphone is going to go away. Polaroid's of the walkman Papa something's you'll come along. And replace it. And we're now at the beginning of the end of the iphone and not just I found the smartphone itself as a category. But these people are hoping and praying for the end of apple. Hoping and praying for the end of the iphone, and I just don't see it. Anyway, here is Diane. Who's we go to Pittsburgh to start today on open line Friday? Thank you for calling. It's great. Have you here? Hey, rush. Happy birthday from Pittsburgh. Thank you. Well, listen, the reason I'm calling is. I'm disgusted with hearing about the bellyaching about people missing one paycheck. Where were these people were when was the media when we lost star steel industry and then lost their homes and they lost their families. And some of them committed suicide, I heard compassion. No, you didn't especially when all that was happening during democrat presidential administrations. And why should I be worried about people who have been through a shutdown multiple times? They're trying to exactly and you know, you know, exactly what they're doing. They're trying to get you angry at Trump. They're trying to make it tough to support Trump trying to portray Trump as as having no heart, and no compassion that federal employees or on the verge of missing paycheck, keep in mind in all government shutdowns in the history of shutdowns. In all shut that. This is the first time that federal employees are going to miss a paycheck and they've been guaranteed. They will be paid all of their back pay once their jobs reopen. But the hypocrisy is blatant. Hear stories are all over the place about missing mortgage payments, possible foreclosed all of us based on missing one paycheck and yet. Having similar concern and sympathy for all the people economically damage during the Obama administration. You couldn't find it because they didn't and still don't want Obama to look bad. It's no more complicated than that..
"walkman" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Hi, welcome back. It's often line Friday. Rush Limbaugh doing what I was born to do each and every day here at the excellence in broadcasting network just a couple of things. Before we get to the phones, and these are things not related to the issues of the day. But I wanna get mentioned. So that they don't go unmentioned. You remember back during periods of time in the past Dr been horse or had a hacking cough, and I would always incredulously claim that chocolate cake doughnuts. Revive my voice, even if it was just a few minutes, maybe a half hour and also seem to alleviate symptoms of cold like coughing and everybody thought that I was making all that opposite excuse to have chocolate cake. Don't folks I don't need excuse to having one. I'm an adult grown, man. There's nobody that can tell me don't eat that. And yet. I was accused of making it up as an excuse. Well, look at this. Headline chocolate is a better fix for your cough medicine. According to a study, if your throat's getting scratching, you might be better off reaching for our Hershey bar over cough syrup at least, that's what one the leading experts advising as he says that chocolate is better for a cough and respiratory problems than standard medicine, professor. Alan MAURICE, head of cardiovascular and respiratory studies university of hull in Yorkshire England and founding member of the international society for the study of cough. Did you know that there was such a thing? You know, when these when I hear about people with jobs like this. I always wonder when they were kids and their parents and grandparents so so little little Allah. What do you wanna be? When you grow up. Well, I want to study of cough. That's what this guy does he founding member international society for the study of cough, and he says the chocolate. Ken, calm coughs. And he claims that the supporting evidence is actually a solid as a Hershey bar, which is a solid thing as opposed to being a bunch of squishy mush. And the story is in the UK Daily Mail. I can tell you right now that there's something to this. Not just. Doing something to get rid of vocal scratchiness, but also alleviating symptoms of a cold and the coffee is and we haven't touched on something had happened during the break, and that was the massive. Stop or drop in the price of apple stock. I haven't touched on this subject that I have tended to on the first day back, and it just never got to it and still haven't. And there is a story in the Wall Street Journal. And it's just one of many that ever since apple re issued guidance and lowered their profit estimates their revenue estimates by additional five billion dollars that the story. In in in tech media and not just tech media, by the way. But like the Wall Street Journal has tech reporters, and they do reports on the tech industry. The media tech. And otherwise treats, apple light mainstream media, treats, Republicans and conservatives it's stunning and all of these little bloggers these millennial the the degree of hatred for apple and by the way, it's not because of anything apple does politically it's not disagreement with apple on societal, cultural political issues. It's something totally different than that. I think it has to do with the factor. So big and powerful. But regardless the hate is real and the Wall Street Journal has a story headlined polaroid walkman palm pilot, I phone meaning it's is it. It's over for the iphone. The iphone is going to go away a Polaroid's of the walkman Papa something's gonna come along. And replace it. We're now at the beginning of the end of the iphone and not just I found the smartphone itself as a category. But these people are hoping and praying for the end of apple. They're hoping and praying for the end of the iphone, and I just don't see it. Anyway, here is Diane. Who's we go to Pittsburgh to start today on open line Friday? Thank you for calling. It's great to have you here. Hey, rush. Happy birthday from Pittsburgh. Thank you. Well, listen, the recent I'm calling is I'm disgusted with hearing about the bellyaching about people missing one paycheck. Where were these people? What was the media when we lost our steel industry and men lost their homes, and they lost their families and some of them committed suicide, I heard that compassion. No, you didn't especially when all that was happening during democrat presidential administrations. And why should I be worried about people who have been through a shutdown multiple times? They're trying to exactly and you know, you know, exactly what they're doing. They're trying to get you angry at Trump. They're trying to make it tough to support Trump that trying to portray Trump as as having no heart, and no compassion that federal employees or on the verge of missing a paycheck, keep in mind in all government shutdowns in the history of shutdowns. In all shut down. This is the first time that federal employees are going to miss a paycheck and they've been guaranteed. They will be paid all of their back pay once their jobs reopen. But the hypocrisy is blatant. Hear stories are all over the place about missing mortgage payments, possible foreclosed all of this based on missing one paycheck and yet. Having similar concern and sympathy for all the people economically damage during the Obama administration. You couldn't find it because they didn't and still don't want Obama to look bad. It's no more complicated than.
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"F- LA the home of lightning hockey. Hi, welcome back. It's often line Friday. Rush Limbaugh doing what I was born to do each and every day here at the excellence in broadcasting network just a couple of things before we get to the phones, and these are things not related to the issues of the day. But I want to get a mentioned so that they don't go unmentioned. You remember back during periods of time in the past Dr been horse or have a hacking cough, and I would always incredulously claim that chocolate cake doughnuts. Revive my voice, even if it was just for few minutes, maybe half hour and also seem to alleviate symptoms of cold light coughing and everybody thought that I was making all that opposite excuse to have chocolate cake. Don't folks I don't need an excuse to have anything I want. I'm an adult grown, man. There's nobody that can tell me don't eat that. And yet. I was accused of making it up as an excuse. Well, look at this. Headline chocolate is a better fix for your cough medicine. According to a study if your throat's getting scratchy, you might be better off reaching for our Hershey bar over cough syrup at least, that's what one the leading experts advising as he says that chocolate is better for a cough and respiratory problems than standard medicine, professor. Alan more wreath head of cardiovascular and respiratory studies university of hull in Yorkshire England, and a founding member of the international society for the study of cough. Did you know that there was such a thing? You know, when these when I hear about people with jobs like this. I always wonder when they were kids and their parents and grandparents so so little little Allah. What do you want to be? When you grow up. I wanna I found this study of cough. That's what this guy does he founding member international society for the study of cough, and he says the chocolate. Ken calm coughs Sam he claims that the supporting evidence is actually a solid as a Hershey bar, which is a solid thing as opposed to big a bunch of squishy mush. And the story is in the UK Daily Mail. I can tell you right now that there's something to this. Not just. Doing something to get rid of vocals scratchiness, but also alleviating symptoms of a cold and the coffee other thing is and we haven't touched on something had happened during the break, and that was the massive. Stop or drop in the price of apple stock. I haven't touched on this subject, and I have tended to on the first day back, and I just never got to it and still haven't. And there is a story in the Wall Street Journal. And it's just one of many that ever since apple reissued guidance and lowered their profit estimates the revenue estimates by additional five billion dollars that the star. In in in tech media and not just tech media, by the way. But like the Wall Street Journal has tech reporters, and they do reports on the tech industry. The media tech. And otherwise treats apple like mainstream media, treats, Republicans and conservatives it's stunning and all of these little bloggers these millennial the the degree of hatred for apple and by the way, it's not because of anything apple does politically it's not disagreement with apple on societal, cultural political issues. It's something totally different than that. I think it has to do with the fact they're so big and powerful. But regardless the hate Israel and the Wall Street Journal has a story headlined polaroid walkman palm pilot iphone, meaning it's as it. It's over for the iphone the iphone is going to go away Polaroid's of the walkman Papa something's gonna come along. And replace it. And we're now at the beginning of the end of the iphone and not just I found the smartphone itself as a category. But these people are hoping and praying for the end of apple. They're hoping and praying for the end of the iphone, and I just don't see it. Anyway, here is Diane. Who's we go to Pittsburgh to start today on open line Friday? Thank you for calling. It's great to have you here. Hey, rush. Happy birthday from Pittsburgh. Thank you. Well, listen, the recent I'm calling is I'm disgusted with hearing about the bellyaching about people missing one paycheck. Where were these people were when was the media when we lost our steel industry and then lost their homes, and they lost their families and some of them committed suicide, I heard that compassion. No, you didn't especially when all that was happening during democrat presidential administrations. And why should I be worried about people who have been through a shutdown multiple times? They're trying to exactly you know. You know, exactly what they're doing. They're trying to get you angry at Trump. They're trying to make it tough to support Trump trying to portray Trump as as having no heart, and no compassion that federal employees are on the verge of missing a paycheck, keep in mind in all government shutdowns in the history of shutdowns. In all shut that. This is the first time that federal employees are going to miss a paycheck and they've been guaranteed. They will be paid all of their back pay once their jobs reopen. But the hypocrisy is blatant. Hear stories are all over the place about missing mortgage payments, possible foreclosed all of this based on missing one paycheck and yet. Having similar concern and sympathy for all the people economically damage during the Obama administration. You couldn't find it because they didn't and still don't want Obama to look bad. It's no more complicated than that..
Rory Mcilroy, Alison and Mike Boorda discussed on Today
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