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Fred Warner, San Francisco 49ers Agree on 5-Year, $95 Million Extension
"Francisco 49 Ers line linebacker Fred Warner signing a five year $95 million contract with 40.5 million guaranteed, making the first team all pro, the highest paid off ball linebacker in history. The 2000 and 18 3rd round pick out of BYU made 125 tackles last season with two interceptions and a sack while being voted To his first Pro Bowl,
"warners" Discussed on Niners Nation
"Low expectations. So they figure okay. This is the expected tax rate. What's the actual act. Rate was difference. Fred warners was minus sixteen in half. And that's the best mark any defensive players in two thousand seventeen so not just any linebacker Player in the last five years Only three linebackers posted a completion. Rate below fifty five percent edmark. Barron was the other one. He's a converted safety. So fred warner's the only true linebacker that fits that mole and just fantastic play as coverage linebacker And i think people don't give them enough credit for that versatility. He brought his past season. I mean a lot of people. I think at twenty nineteen thought that the linebacker play was really benefited from the fact that they had such a stout defensive line for them yet. I thought fred warner shattered that narrative this past season when You know the four hundred was completely banged up. They didn't have the same password. Yes fred warner was just as effective as coverage player against the run in even contributed I think you russell passer ninety three times and he recorded thirty thirteen pressures both career highs so his versatility has been improving your ear and now under go ryan's i think he's gonna taste that four as is even more aggressive as fast and it's only you know i think only gonna get better than fred moore's centerpiece of that so i don't get the takes that they overpaid for. What are the outer supposed to meet player at a position of need. But what else was supposed to be paid player. And you will take care of that blair homegrown player face of the franchise player. I it's not often that the numbers match up with the eye test. Because you can manipulate a lot of these things. But warner last year was one of two players yet. That had more than one hundred tackles two or more pass defense to a more interceptions and one or more fumble recovery He allowed at one point. I believe it was up until week. Sixteen i don't have a final number. He was allowing three point nine yards per target which is unreal. And just the fact that he's asked to do what he does. I remember i was talking to a former quarterback on the forty niners roster new told me they have a check where anytime a defense goes or the offense goes empty. They just have worn bogarde. The receiver. Who else can say that. They have a linebacker. They're comparable with guarding. Whether it's you know. Cooper got a hollywood brown whatever the type of receive it is and we've seen him. We've seen him care. Receivers down the middle of the field. And he's running in stride with him. He's remember julian edmund. He's taken routes underneath. He just does so many things where It's it's hard not to justify paying him honestly so emam..
‘Space Jam’ Dunks on ‘Black Widow’ to Take Box Office No. 1
"The sequel to a popular basketball movie has scored an upset at the box office with a bunch of bad reviews and the dominance of Black Widow most movie observers didn't expect the sequel to space jam to do much damage at the box office but the live action animation surprisingly scored big studio estimates say space jam a new legacy took in thirty one point seven million dollars more than enough to beat last weekend's top movie Black Widow space jam success is a family affair with millennials who grew up on the original with Michael Jordan returning in some cases with their kids in tow to watch the follow up which stars lebron James the space jam sequel is the biggest pandemic opening for Warner brothers that's important because this year the studio is releasing all of its film simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Richard Donner, Director of Superman and Goonies, Dies Aged 91
"The American film director Richard Donner, whose box office hits included Superman and the Woman has died. He was 91. The Warner Brothers studio described him as a pioneer of the modern superhero horror and action genres. The BBC's Adam Porter looks back at his life. Richard Donna began his career as an actor before becoming a TV director. After directing the Omen in 1976. He found international acclaim for his work on Superman. With Christopher Reeve, often regarded as the first modern superhero film. His hits in the 19 eighties included the Goonies and the Lethal Weapon series starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. Gibson said. Richard Donner had a huge chunk of humility, referring to himself as merely a traffic cop, while Steven Spielberg said Donna was like a favorite coach, smartest professor and
What Skilled Creative Is - Brandon Kaplan CEO of Skilled Creative Discusses the Rise of Voice in Media and Commerce - Voicebot Podcast Ep 216 - burst 03
"Were a voice agency You know we call ourselves a full service voice agency because we we help our clients with education and strategy and creative and technical production and audio production creative production go to market strategy maintenance analytics partnership management so if an organization is interested in invoices a channel or a user interface than were or there. Were we kind of look at ourselves. Like a accenture or deloitte for us as touch point And started the company as as an innovation company working in a bunch of different technologies. And then we we. We pivoted to really hyper focusing on voice. You know probably three years ago And then you know. We've we've further kind of whittled down into a few different categories. We certainly work with a number of cpg clients because we we see a big growth in invoice commerce as many others do but we've also really doubled down on on and so that's why we've had the chance to work with meredith corporation the nba and potter more and warner music group and warnermedia. Hbo max and a number of different media companies. Because if you look at you know how people engage with voice a lot of it is media and entertainment and we talked to our clients a lot where we say you think about computers in nineteen ninety-seven think about mobile phones in two thousand seven people didn't get a smartphone in two thousand seven and then throw it out they just got the next one and it kept on permeating their house in their lives more and more and more so as soon as somebody adds voice device to their house. It's likely some small outliers gonna say that was that was weird and they and they turn it off and plug it but most people are going to be offloading more and more of their daily utility to those devices. So we say listen. If you know media and entertainment has really been at the forefront of every major digital We'll see voice any different so music and entertainment and streaming and games and news and and all of that we think voices a a really powerful user interface for
Biden Remembers Late Senator John Warner at His Funeral
EA Acquires Another Studio
"Ea has acquired played democ for one point. Four billion dollars renan's sinclair at games industry biz. Electronic arts has agreed to purchase play dynamic from warnermedia for point. Four billion dollars in an all cash deal. The companies announced today founded in two thousand ten the manchester uk based play. Democ is best known as the developer of the mobile in facebook. Game golf clash. Well we've enjoyed working with the talented team play. Democ as they've grown golf clash beyond all expectations into a hit. Mobile game was tremendous longevity. Wb games president david haddad. Said he continues. Well we have great respect for the play. Democ team artists divest is part of our overall strategy to build games based on warner brothers. Storied franchises and quote last month. Wb games parents warnermedia announced that it would be it would be spun off of parent company. At and t. And merged with discovery in a forty three billion dollar deal but it was reported that not all of the publishers operations would be going along raising questions about the fate of the remaining studios the play democ acquisition announcement specified that the rest of the wb games portfolio is included in the deal with discovery. Play democ becomes the fourth significant for ea since december when it reached an agreement to purchase racing game specialist code masters for one point. Two billion dollars thwarting take two's interactive's take you interactive's own attempt to add the company to its portfolio if all that up with a two point one billion dollar acquisition of glue mobile in february and the addition of super supromega baseball developer metalhead software in may
Chris Harrison Exits 'Bachelor' For Good in Wake of Racial Insensitivity
"The original host of the bachelor is leaving the show for good terraces hiatus from the bachelor is now a permanent departure from the ABC show the network in the show's producer Warner horizon issued a statement saying that Harrison is stepping aside from the TV franchise the statement thanks him for his work on the show and wishes him well in the future Harrison's departure comes four months after he defended a contestant after she was criticized over photos that shoulder at a twenty eighteen fraternity event with an old south plantation theme is strong defense of Rachel Kerr Connell led some to accuse Harrison of excusing racism in a later online statement Harrison acknowledged he did speak in a way that perpetuates racism I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Black Lives Matter Cofounder Stepping Down From Organization
"Foundation, effective today. Color says she plans to focus on other projects, including her second book and a TV development deal with Warner Brothers. Her departure, she says, has been in the works for more than a year and was not prompted by recent attacks from right wing groups. Her announcement comes is the Nation this week marked the one year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd, who died under the knee of police of a police officer in Minneapolis on May 25th 2020 In the days following his death, people took to the streets worldwide to
John Warner, Longtime GOP Senator From Virginia, Dies at 94
"Republican Virginia senator and secretary of the Navy. John W. Warner, died this morning. He was also chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee in the sixth of actress Elizabeth Taylor's seven Husbands. Cause of Death was Heart failure. John Warner was 94.
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"Unique. Dna can you envision a world where the mouse controls dc warner brothers and marvel. Can't it can't say this is a first of all legally. I don't think it's possible. But what do i know. Money talks Does but i mean out of all the people that are in possibly in play. I mean i think disney is probably still the richest but This big players in there like amazon apple net flicks who have streaming services as well that have lots of money and they could do with. Because honestly i don't see why disney would even be interested in these
Former US Sen. John Warner of Virginia Dies at 94
"Former senator John Warner of Virginia a former navy secretary who was once married to Elizabeth Taylor has died at ninety four his longtime chief of staff says Warner died Tuesday of heart failure at home in Alexandria Virginia with his wife and daughter by his side when I was elected to the Senate in nineteen seventy eight and served five terms until his retirement in two thousand and eight in nineteen seventy six he married Liz Taylor who was with him when he first took office they divorced in nineteen eighty two the Republican drew support from moderates of both parties establishing himself in the center of American politics I'm Julie Walker
Former Sen. John Warner Dies at 94, Married Elizabeth Taylor
"Former GOP senator John Warner has died at ninety four after a life of war politics and Hollywood Warner served in the military during both World War two and the Korean War before becoming navy secretary and eventually the Senate armed services committee's chair known for his blunt questioning of generals like David Petraeus does that make America safer so I I don't know actually it from four stars to movie stars Warner was also married to Elizabeth Taylor she died nearly thirty years after their divorce thank you for all the heartfelt condolences that you've expressed for this iconic figure Warner's long time chief of staff says he died of heart failure yesterday with his wife and daughter at his side Sager mag ani Washington
Amazon Considers Buying Movie Studio MGM for $9 Billion
"After 18 tease Warner Media and Discovery agreed to merge Amazon, maybe looking to boost its streaming service and its biggest push into entertainment yet by considering buying the nearly century old MGM movie studio. Of course, this is an e commerce giant. But yes, they have always been fairly serious about their streaming aspirations, Bloomberg intelligence, technology and media analysts, Geeta Ramanathan says. Streaming has helped Amazon acquire new subscribers and make it a real competitors toe other streaming services owned by Legacy TV and movie studios. I think they're taking streaming really, really seriously, and they have the deep pockets to support that ambition. But will consumers eventually tap out of so many streaming services? City University of New York journalism professor Jeff Jarvis says. Maybe they're trying to remake New age cable companies again and at some point there's just a limited amount of money we're going to spend. Until then, consumers have plenty of Streaming options to scroll through
Little Island Park Is Open to the Public in New York City
"Ross. Sorkin is live from the little island. Off the west side of manhattan. This is a new park. That's opening to the public today andrew. How's your commute. It was great. it was easy We are at the little island This is an island. That was created by barry diller donation of two hundred sixty million dollars effectively from himself and devi f- It is one of the great gifts to new york. It opens today literally at six. Am as we speak. This park is opening to the public for the very very first time. It has been more than a decade in the making. You might recall that. There was a massive fight over the pier which was used to be called pier fifty four Turned into this remarkable over two acres. has all sorts of Different component parts one hundred and thirty two almost cement tulips That have lifted up this platform. And it's a jewel box right here in new york city Barry diller point walked away from the project after there was a lot of consternation and battling by folks right here on the west side For all sorts of reasons Andrew cuomo Governor andrew cuomo ended up Renegotiating a delivery came back to the table. Put up the money and here. We are his dream realized. And we're going to spend some time with barry diller media mogul and benefactor of The little island so much to talk about In terms of the creation of really one of the the the newest parks you don't a generation Moments in this city and of course we're gonna talk about the media deal of the week Between warner and discovery and how it's changed the landscape and so much more and that's what we're doing here this morning.
The Army of the Dead Invades Netflix
"My friend. It is snyder's knob. Sorry not just. I teased everybody there. But zack ciders. Army of the dead is coming up this weekend on net flicks. I got a chance to watch the first fifteen minutes of it out on youtube and so far so good within. I know the reviews are okay but basically this is zack. Stars return to the zombie universe. His time spent in the dc universe which he may never go back to. but that's another story in itself. But zack snyder is mac. With the army of the dead starring date by teesta and a lot of other great cast members as well which name off here in a little bit but your thoughts on watching this movie eat is a spiritual successor to his dawn of the dead movie that he made in the early two thousands but it's not a direct sequel and it's still something a little bit different. It's like a heist film. Based in las vegas where they want to go ahead and steal. I think it's two hundred million dollars if i'm not mistaken out of a fault. One of the casinos in las vegas. Which where i'm at. But las vegas happens to be a controlled area where it's all walled off. Because of some zombies in fact the whole city is now infested islamise impact. The whole city is operatives. So i should be be right now because i'm in vegas but be that as it. May your thoughts my friend on watching army the debt this weekend. I know you said you and jamie are going to check it out. But your thoughts. On zack snyder. Returning to this universe. After his time spent with warner brothers ad dc
Oprah and CNN: AT&T is merging media business with Discovery
"A massive merger in the business entertainment world there's another major player hopping into the streaming business AT&T has signed off on a deal that will see a combined it's huge Warner media assets with discovery incorporated eighteen tease assets include HBO and CNN while discovery operates networks like HD TV history N. T. L. C. the deal is worth forty three million dollars and it's not due to close until next year once it is consummated the media marriage will create a new publicly traded company that will write into a streaming arena that is already crowded with bigger and more established services like Netflix Disney and Amazon I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
AT&T and Discovery Merge to Create New Streaming Giant
"Is merging warnermedia at discovery to create a new media giant. And they feel. This is a better way to compete with disney and net flicks and the age of streaming. The did the deal will bring a lot of familiar names. Tv and film world under one rupe wonder meaning owns. Hbo cnn cartoon network tbs tnt. And the warner brothers movie studio which is responsible for such huge franchises. Such as batman now discovery operates on numerous cable net or discovery rates. Numerous cable networks inkling. Hdtv animal planet food network tlc. Both companies also have their own string platform. Hbo maxon discovery. Plus of this combination could be an interesting one. Maybe help us reduce cost a little bit. The
Warner Media to Combine With Discovery
"Eighteen in discussions to combine warnermedia with discovery. That's according to people familiar with the matter. Discovery owns channels including the food network. While warner owns channels including cnn and hbo. The deal could be a u-turn turn on. At and t.'s. Bet on the media industry when it bought the warner properties in two thousand eighteen. at and t.'s. Talks with discovery which likely value warnermedia at well over fifty billion dollars including debt could lead to an agreement today for the talks could still fall apart. Said people familiar with the matter.
"warners" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"Like yes lagarde on fragile we all. This research really would be the best place to find out about all your projects worse. Social club and supersonic and he had a future protege. Look yeah. I would say so. Yeah i'm a i'm a. I'm an influence one k. Thank you get for the graham by. I know the last year when we were doing right israel. She's at is was the first time you tried mommy. Mommy to you. Yeah that's right. I still actually like even today. I have mommy at home mummies. Also yeah fucking. Mommy is awesome. Uncloudy inference took him. Oh thank you does low interesting things. Probably i think. Probably the most high-profile finish signal paula. Right yeah exactly. Three of them. Don't like how many finish we have like a finnish. Hang out where you just don't. Yeah we did that occasionally. But i mean like in finland in general i twelve people as you know. There's a fair maybe eight hundred finchley than of routine clues actually like the biggest or the second biggest finished community overseas to sing along. I'd maybe i made it up now at. I can't tell the reality from fall anymore. Vegas or the one thing for our listeners. You ever see on t. In public do not sit next to him. You're a cafe tall white guy like sitting there like you have a very friendly face. I'm very approachable. So do not approach to. Yeah i think like i. I would be very flattered. And i've been thinking. They might emails adding this little. Like like a. Do hesitate to respond to contact me actually. Yeah that's true. Don't feel free to call me all right. Feel free to for me. Who'll all right. Well that is the the end of this episode. Thank you again for joining us. Thank you hi and we will talk to y'all in next episode audios. I won't be here then bubba..
"warners" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"To do. I swear you at some video. We you share a video of another white person doing it. That's what people do with their standing in your balkanise. Throwing what the best. We're going to put him balcony. But but you you see you're not singaporean in an l. Nello that right. But so when i talk to you and all i find sometimes you're most singaporean and lost importance. I know i wanted the things that you will really highlight your wearing a law hats currently running agency. You're you know film minka and everything is all how. How do you square that with like ideal singaporean. Smoking hot. but then you come in you showed you know we finished rework even fucking We get to the finish line. We we look to the most to tell us slowdown your then here. You come do all shit make movie before everyone else. That was actually the bar podcast gum. Yeah just tell you. Why are you so like accomplish something in your in your work ethic that drives you to. I think i think to me the fear of being shit. I think that's my biggest driver. Actually like an. I always say i have a. I don't know if it's a good habit. Bad habit by tend to tell people people. But i'm about to do as opposed to like quietly doing it so i might like. I just announced i am going to make a movie. And then after. I've said it then i kind of got to carry through culpable. Yeah and And and i think like when you make anything bad like like a movie or own advertising or anything. You're just all the time you're at the brink of failure like you guys would know govern your doing especially creative products Like all the time thing that man. I'm i'm gonna fail many second and everybody's gonna see and then you just push harder and tried to keep it. Keep the facade together. And and that's how you kind of like end up like working very hard and borderline burning out along the way. So that's why finland has nokia in. Singapore has I felt back while. I talk about the razor little so has a angry but right now know what else is finland for of classroom special plan you guys are rigorous level. Oh yeah invent yeah gula or also what. The polo bar. We didn't knows all these once. You go into national anthem vincent. The reason i mean the one thing that we also did want to talk about on this podcast because it is based on stuff that catches. I ended news given your experience in film given a you worked with us on a tv. Show the big announcement this week or last week. Was that warnermedia one studios wanna brothers. Wanna brazilian wanna brought us. They announced their entire 2021. Slow movies is going to be released in theaters in streaming platform. Is bill mex- on the same dealer. So i think a. I talked about doing that with the next one woman movie on twenty six december and read that costlo shit is going to be a future and apparently one night they announced it and the whole of the film industry on creative side is fucking pissed off la so one thing we did want to talk about today is that given your movie also just came out you know. What difference do you think it would have. It is their debut in singapore and the national film festival. Maybe debut on me watch associate. How many your how many when you wonder cinema nahra they. How many seats are only percent of the season open for people to think. It's like half half of them with over mid-life percent some something don don't believe that number. This is my belief. Okay have you been Do you have any inside information about sales or pre sales or anything like that full house in the central fifty percent. I mean like there has been films in singapore that have actually been pretty the ball Since clues cova. Del singapore not singaporean films. In general they are films to have like the word. I've heard decided have been films to have done well Got like a lot of people have been quite surprised gonna i. Nobody expected that to happen. Innocent emma's we can is. Because i mean we are thankfully touch food handling the cova situation under under control lead their cases being imported but within the community's not so bad because of trace together for wall and every qr code so that was kind of like why we wanted to find out for someone who's releasing a film in cinemas right by. What are your thoughts about this. Would you be open to this say releasing in cinemas on the same day. That is showing on Me me watch dot com g. Adamy watch right. It is the streaming platform of you've.
"warners" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"Really like the idea of like what if there was a real estate company that really tried to make it the happiest place in the world and kind of like test really optimized the experience of the borrow coming from finland heavy has been ranking on the top. He's been number one. I think for the third year in a row. It's number one us knocked bhutan of the of the top. Yeah who who turn day for three years. You guys are the happiest on earth. I think so. Yeah so in. Bhutan has his eye cross happiness index. Yeah td h. p. gross happiness product. Something i hadn't but yeah we were looking at actually a lot of ways to measure happiness but then again in finland when this news came out for the first time so i like big headlines in finnish newspapers that are in the happiest country in the world. People go like say what like this is rubbish. You know like this is a miserable place this shithole like what are you talking about. And and there's been a lot of talk around like like how do we actually measure or quantify at now. I went for a very long ramble. Here you'd better impact. There's a lot of because. I haven't talked to anyone for year. Okay so just to give. Context is not see you head never made a film before something so from what i know since the first time we met you you were the creative agency will for like a long time and then you have made some short films back in finland right yeah And then this is your first film in singapore. Yes could say so. I mean i've. I've been working in advertising for most of my adult life So i be shooting a lot. Yeah but they sort of more like narrative form stuff. I've done like sort of like youtube stuff as you guys. But like less successful in finland. Think of ceska. Yeah youtube. wasn't that big. So i know you've been doing the the press tours and like Stuff like that. I mean pressed with no international breast tours. Unfortunately but has anyone ever asked you straight your face a movie about singapore singapore neighborhood and you are a big caucasian person. You're you're six foot what you're right. Yeah some la that may maybe six foot at the singapore international film festival. You stood our right because you were so. So how has anyone issued it. We don't what gives you the right to make a movie wasn't funny enough. No maybe maybe it's because of my size you mean you mean processor talking to beat the army never came across that all like in annoys coming in and and making a movie about the heritage in singapore most beloved cherish neighborhoods whether there'd be any backlash or anything against it. Yeah actually yeah never never like i. It has crossed my mind many many times to do this but at the same time. One of the things why we are the reasons why we wanted to start like on this journey of like this filmmaking. Adventure beat him because we fell bates actually quite interesting that two very different kinds of sensibilities together So Coming from the nordics having this which has like this tradition of deadpan. Comedy a bit of bleakness minimal expression and and then Someone coming from the tropics and then doing like i just making like like a mashup up of those two things together. So i think to us was also like one thing that we wanted to see like Really be definitive usual like cinema. Bobby get either. From finland from a singapore and looking at the end reseller. I had no idea how it's gonna like turn up like a very organic where we just kind of like a pain ted painted as we went but then but one thing for sure that the similar between the two of you like you can tell from watching the film is that you guys really love. Don't barroux aetna but I think And experience of baru can also be very different from locals. Experience meru So what was the. What is the one thing about tomorrow. You wanted to show in making this film and it can just just yard said not not be salta. Cnc i think it is really like the idea of this ikea like a island of happy I think that's Like the sort of communal feel genuine. Dome oh yeah. And i think like I've lived for over twenty five percent of my life in singapore so in that sense. Well i'm not like a like a singaporean. But the i think like a probably like a mo- the half of my adult life i've been here so So yeah i think there is. It's quite easy to see this. Sort of varga patterns. I think i will always be like a bit of an outsider. And i think that also helps when you're writing stories and all that because you see things are i. Guess i got this woman. And i al of things because i'm an outsider but then again like ass outsider. Uc other things. So like a. I mean because it. It baffles me that finland 'cause i knew if lynn was amongst the happiest countries but it was it ranked first. So you've spent enough time in singapore. Do you think compared to when you feelin. Is there a drastic level of shit. I mean a happy country was is like a medicine. Ball aren't aware if we rank on the happiness index but emotionlessly. We had the most emotionless country. There was a ranking also. We would mostly motionless everybody's good at something exactly so is there. Is there a stark difference. Like when you hear these arbitrary cannot service. Does it make sense. Compared to the last time you went back to finland was like a year ago. Yeah yeah so when you step. Step down. From the plane in helsinki i you immunity just happy or is that all just i. Finland is a really bleak. Plays like i'm surprised at the finland does not rank over singapore and emotionless as it is now like like a jolly place. I think people are quietly content. That's what it is the happiness there and you would say. Singapore is julie's actually Yeah no it's not like a jolly place up. Oh that yeah. I don't know like like. I think the biggest difference is literally the temperature inside. And that's the only thing you can think about. Because i once blue from seeing boy was the usuals thirty celsius And i've landed in. Helsinki was a direct flight davis minus theory. There was a sixty degree on differential. Then think like okay. This is like a jelly play. So i didn't go like how do i survive. Saw a video of you literally throwing a glass of water india and it freezing right. There was you said you know. I think it's like oh what people.
"warners" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...
"What's up everybody. Welcome to another episode of yala. Abobo today is a special fucking episode because we have a guest. It's been so long since we've had a guest right and he's from the happiest place in the world can use it one is it. The heck is the happiest his novel on the consecutive year. Sexy voice so this week we could. We just going to jump straight into this. Is someone okay. He's name his anti toivonen. I said early. And so he's from finland money. He's been in singapore for the past eleven years. We met him a couple of years ago. He key was part of our team for our tv. Show she's a terrorist and i love He's been in the creative world he's done so many fucking things. It's annoying and most recently literally today tenth of december. His new film has just come out right. so please give it up for mr auntie. Toivonen accompany yellow button high. But i mean we need to at least give some context of what the film is right. So he again just tell us what was his great event that has happened today. This momentous event in your journey. In singapore yes. Yeah thank you for the inter. Like i kinda expecting like you have some mashing machine doing so give it up for a no-man's headsail you guys should use sound effects and nobody really knew. Keep it fucking real. Men would hear the same thing on his. Because you would if you're sitting in the corner of his sorry i am practically right now. Yeah exactly. This is a true to life where there's no want to applause. There's no one to joyce covy in the wall of covet in general but yeah you do. You are very famous or something. Can you tell us. Oh yeah you're speaking to a three year old my canoe. Yeah so yeah so. We launched tim borrow social club movie today. So cinema mosso Hopefully everyone at cinemas right now actually watching it instead of listening to this eleven is ever okay so i hope everyone is incident on eleventh december. Exactly the only person who sits on stuff in this podcast terrence right inside joins talk to clarify the writer and producer are cove writer and co producers. We worked with Is an idea we came up with. Btm be dumped on who's director like got quite a few years ago it started Randomly Two of us developing the idea. Some other people pulled in along the way and in the end the team was very very big. like we are talking about probably like forty over people and Yeah there was producer. Jake song and Lumping louis who's are cinematographer on james page and his team did all the artwork. So that's why the film looks money Yeah so it's a big big collaborative effort. But they i wrote it with baton and then Chime with the production side of things rare event that some of our listeners haven't seen the awesome trailer that release a few weeks ago. What is the premise of the show So there's There's a guy called rb Joins this pilot program to create the happiest neighborhood in the world As a happiness agent until borrow so. It's kind of like his office. Say through the sorta kinda like an like an interesting system that that uses Data and analytics to optimize happiness people And sounds like sounds like the. I mean it is incurred in john. Barbara in the indian. So when you're saying you came up with the idea of this would beat him. What was the inspiration even sexually like. I think it's something like we. We literally just met with bt. I'm like the week before. So the the whole like story how that happened was i decided. Okay i just want to learn more about southeast asian cinema sean and i s gff at the time. And i you know when i do things. I tend to go a little bit overboard. I bought twenty one ticket. Oh turn even tickets are now. I think i didn't go to a half of those shows. But i went there enough for people to Start going like oh i again. Who's on the last day where you might planning to go alone. Yeah i didn't know anybody so the clarified. The as i was the singapore international film festival when you bought to anyone gets. It's because it's a multiday event. So you bought twenty one tickets to many events just twenty-one tickets for your policy for one one different movie twenty one different movies yeah and the like the staff from the festival approached me and said like hey this this a final screening at closing film and then there's an end event like do you wanna come and yeah sure. Thanks and i got tickets for free. I went there by was coming straight from the gym. I was wearing sweatpants idea realize black-tie event so does realize this is not ideal today by Like eva's quite easy to strike conversation as well. Because i look like an eccentric so people probably thought i know what i'm doing a land there. Yeah and so i ended up talking with another lonely looking guy in the in the corner that turned out to be beaten every characters. Like i hit it on. Unthought like okay. Let's have coffee next week. And only which is interesting is now five years later. I only learned two months ago from. I'm that he was crashing. The party as well off both crashing the party we met there and then just had coffee the following week that that was a very long intro now to the idea of the film but that we started talking about like how in tim borrow like property. Prices have doubled and 'cause it started kind of gentrifying and it had been in I think vogue one of the three neighborhoods in the world really. Yeah yeah yeah so. It just found that whole thing quite interesting and how tim barry is so different to the rest of seeing up on So it's kind of like this little island of happy And we started thinking. Why does he have such a communal feel to it. They were like like almost like modern day. Kung feel to it and then Like i had heard this before as well. The tim borrowers the oldest still standing hdd development in singapore so. He was actually back in the davis. A very futuristic vision of like what life will be when eboni station of singapore about to start and begin. An somehow like the plan was to usher people to that direction. So but then you look at tim borrow it. Looks like this art deco art sure and went like about clearly clearly the future end up looking like them borrow so we started envisioning like boundless future that those people who drew tim barrow back in the day. Like how did they actually envisioned the future. What what what were they thinking and But also like a how it is quite conducive for the sort of communal spirit than it has to sort of warm nice cozy feeling that i guess later on made it quite almost like the sorta like petrie dish of Cupcake shops and And and cafes.
"warners" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Chinese scientists are claiming quantum supremacy. That much ballyhooed yardstick. That lets us know win. Traditional computing has been supplanted by quantum computing the researchers claim. They have a quantum system that calculated in mere minutes. Something that they said would take current state of the art supercomputers two billion years to calculate quoting wired last year. Google won international acclaim. When it's prototype. Quantum computer completed a calculation in minutes that its researchers estimated would have taken a supercomputer ten thousand years that the definition for quantum supremacy the moment a quantum machine does something impractical for conventional computer thursday. China's leading quantum research group made its own declaration of quantum supremacy in the journal science. The two systems work differently. Google builds quantum circuits using super cold. Superconducting metal while the team at university of science and technology of china and high fe recorded its results by manipulating photons particles of light. No quantum computer is yet ready to do useful work but the indications that two fundamentally different forms of the technology can outperform supercomputers will buoy the hopes and the investments of the embryonic industry. Google experiment used a superconducting chip dubbed. Sycamore with fifty. Four cubits cooled to fractions of a degree above absolute zero. One cubit broke but the remaining fifty three were enough to demonstrate supremacy over conventional computers. On a carefully chosen statistical problem. It's unclear just how many cubits are needed for quantum computers to do useful work expert estimates ranged from hundreds to millions. The chinese team also used a statistical tests to stake its claim of quantum superiority. But its quantum data carriers take the form of photons traveling through optical circuits laid out on a lab bench guided by mirrors. Each photon read out at the end of the process is equivalent to acute revealing the result of a calculation. One difference between the chinese system angle. Sycamore is that the photonic prototype is not easily re-programmable to run different calculations it's settings were effectively hard coded into its optical circuits christian we'd brooke. Ceo and founder of toronto quantum computing startup zero which is also working on photonic quantum computing says. The result is still notable reminder that there are multiple viable paths to make in quantum number crunching work quote. it's a milestone in photonic quantum computing. He says but also good for all of us and quote. We've heard for years that it's important to have a diversified portfolio right stocks bonds mutual funds. That sort of thing. But if you've ever looked at a breakdown of the most successful portfolios you'd typically also see a diversified set of real estate in there so why isn't real estate one of the first asset classes..
"warners" Discussed on The Promise
"One day last spring, I visited the classroom of Miss Angela more the teacher who likes to play class Bingo she's been at Warner for almost thirty years and her classroom looks like it. Every surface is packed to the brim with Elmer's glue bottles contact paper notes from students pencils as we sat at tiny desks and talked I asked her about what she thinks of all this. Shirley. So many years of struggling, it must feel good to get the resources a school needed, but couldn't get with so few students. She nodded says, she appreciated the infusion but something about all of it nagged at her are you invest in these kids? Or are you investing in the kiss to come? You know. We have a wonderful few layer. Is. The science lab brand spanking new. She points down the hall toward the new lab filled with three D. printers and computers. There's also a brand new dance studio like the real deal the sprung floor and walls of mirrors no other school in the district has one. It's all thanks to the federal magnet money. Are we selling it? To these kids the kids that are here now are we selling it to the parents that are coming in that we want to recruit their child to be here? It. All feels sort of familiar. Doesn't it? Desegregation is always prioritized white children over black ones. The district has been trying to woo them to please them from the very moment the Kelly's filed their lawsuit. Almost seventy years ago. Yes or black students are benefiting from this bj is a great example. And that's critical. But it took the promise the potential of luring white students that finally saved Warner. And if they don't come well. Moore's future hangs in the balance. And so gibbs got to work and the school began a meteoric rise behavior incidents dropped by seventy percent attendance was the highest in years and the kids academics started to search grow faster than almost every other elementary school in the district. Finally, with the resources, they needed the resources attached to enticing white families. Warner students were headed to the moon. Including VJ. When he got his first quarter report card, he couldn't wait to show his mom. Uncles. and. Grandma. When they finally arrived home Bj, Sprint it from the monkey bars to the steps of his apartment to show them. Just waiting for you. Okay Bro. A Hotel Landau said, he gave them a dollar per egg. One, two, three. Four five. No. bj Had aced his report card just one be in English we're. GonNa. We're GONNA English. Your. Bank. Look I'm going bro Today. WHOA broke today. Go broke. gipps plan was working as at least in part. I took this job to turn around the school i. Work I'd know how to turn around schools. I. Know How to build teacher capacity increase culture increased teaches out of satisfaction increase, student achievement, and growth. That's that's my that's my job. The layer of. gentrify community as well as trying to reduce subgroup isolation. I didn't know about that par. Gibbs job description was looking a little different in real life than it had on paper. Trying to convince white families of Warner's potential started taking its toll on gibbs and the racial tensions in the neighborhood. Began to show. I can give you a very controversial solution right now. Are you funded by Charter that my impression of that whole thing was like we don't want these kids from over here come into our school. If you are white upper middle class upper class person in East Nashville and you want to send your kid to a school that's not one hundred percent white one go send your kid to Warner. That's next week on the promise. The promise is written and produced by me mayrhuber night editing by emily signer and Anita bog. Special. Thanks to Sam's earn the intrepid intern for this podcast and it's fact checker. Thank you to. Tony Gonzales. Samantha Matt Sarah Martinez Beltran En-. Damon Mitchell for additional editing. Our advisor on the promise is Sevala Nolan took Chin. Ski. This episode was mixed by Jacob Lewis of great feeling studios. The music is by blue dots sessions news, audie courtesy of W K R. And many many things to my dear friend. My Mentor my lawyer Guide Alex wits. You can find photos and more on how we reported this story at the promise dot w. p. l. n. Dot Org. This is Nashville public radio. If you like the promise checkout we home, it's a podcast about South Nashville, a place where history policy business interests and culture intersect. You'll hear from artists and entrepreneurs, activists and developers, new residents and old who are all invested in how South Nashville. Grows finds it on we home podcasts dot org or wherever you get your podcasts..
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"Patrick foster's with Warners framing the twenty twenty record as the moment in history that we have been called to likening it to the civil war in World War two were speaking in Henderson Nevada says he wants a tax on the nation's super rich it is time for a wealth tax in America now let me just explain it to anybody who has already heard about it the basic idea is to send tax on the great fortunes in this country what about the caucuses Saturday Virginia governor off Norton's push to ban the sale of assault weapons has failed after some of his fellow Democrats balked at the proposal for moderate Democrats joined Republicans in the committee vote rejecting legislation that would have stopped the sale of certain semi automatic weapons including the popular A. R. fifteen style rifles the move would have also banned owning magazines that hold more than a dozen rounds Democrats in Virginia ran heavily on gun control during last year's legislative elections when they flipped control of the General Assembly for the first time in more than twenty years senators did vote to shelve the bill for a year and asked the state crime commission to study the issue I'm surely ocular swelling Pearl River appeared to have crested Monday Mississippi's capital but authorities warn the hundreds of evacuees the Jackson area not to rush back home until they got the all clear governor Tate reeve says the floodwaters are expected to recede in the next two to three days all the news receding is going to be fast flowing water in just like was the case over the weekend we strongly discourage anyone from getting in or trying to drive through the water forecaster more rain put counties for the south at risk of flooding Raj by hundreds of sex abuse lawsuits the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday in hopes of working out a potentially mammoth victim compensation plan that will allow the organization to carry on this is townhall dot com the medicine go okay here maybe you've been hearing about released back to the one hundred percent drug free supplement that helps a person's body deal with inflammation and pain you've heard all the wonderful testimonials well I have my own testimonial for many years my lower back pain was becoming a serious problem the short story is I finally gave it a try and now I'm out of pain too so if you're in pain you can order the three week quick stop for just nineteen ninety five go to really factor dot com hi this is Dennis.
"warners" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I need a corner. I need another safety more than likely. I I'm gonna go buy one or use it second third round pick for that. So we look at our shopping list. I gotta get a big time wide receiver if you draft it or if you pay for it got to get me to pass rushers one in the draft. And then won the Ziggy Ansah is my guy one who's already done it in the league for living. Earl Thomas in Sherman. That's to force my secondary. I need to other spots there. Because I I'm not sold on a Keller Witherspoon yet. Eight started to play better. But I'm not sold on him yet. And then at linebacker. I may need a couple linebackers 'cause Warners one of them, but I'm gonna need a couple other linebacker so two linebackers two secondary guys to ends and a wide receiver. I need about seven guys. And I got about seventy million to spend. So, you know. Yeah. No. That's that an ambitious. He had the four win season. I got early draft picks to go after them too. So between the cash in the picks. You know, they're well armed to to make the team even better. Okay. Yeah. That's perfect. Thank you. Are you too bad? Yeah. But that's the thing. You know, you go into it all that money to spend look at the teams that have flipped that around. He just played a Chicago team. They went and drafted Anthony Miller out of Memphis and signed to other wide receivers. Okay. So they had a wide receiving need. They went after it with the draft and with money and the Niners in some of their need positions the draft and with money that that's the whole key to everything. All right. We'll keep rolling along up until three o'clock. This is fun, man. We're taking calls at eight away b our role to the text line thoughts. And where we are with the Niners. You have thoughts about calming down about the warriors for one freaking game. And where the warriors are headed. Bring it on are six eighty these sports leader.
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"I put out some pretty weird things not look. I'm not afraid to be wrong, and I'm probably wrong much more than right, but you've gotta take chances. Yeah. And you obviously did tell us a little bit about the pretenders. In. I'm gonna use it intention. Well, the the pretenders. Unique story. Our last distribute a before. We hooked up with Warners was ABC records, and they had no labels internationally, but they had one in in in in the UK the ANR guard, Aaron, I went to see Billy idol group and we wanted to sign them me for America, and but we we didn't. We, we didn't. They, they signed with Christmas and then but a year and a half later he's to me, I've got this great girl singer. I said, you gotta come see her. I think you'll wanna sign her. Visit. As man woman stew. What's interesting to me is about this era and Chrissy Hines, a great example of it. I think most women were sort of you'd as I can be Joan. Judd is an exception. I think an Chrissy Hein was definitely an exception to, you know, kind of this tough woman in front of a band leading the band playing guitar. That wasn't conventional at that point either you went for it, but women don't have to be tough to be a, you know that they can if they want to. I mean to me, one of my heroes, I would love to have worked with his Linda Ronstadt. I think she's so amazing..
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"South and that's why people should lose their jobs at warners over this because of a movie works or doesn't work there are one hundred different creative decisions which go into it and you know maybe the scripts pulled in one way but if you spend that much money it auto at least look like you see the money on screen right right now and you don't it just looks cheap it looks cheap and flimsy like it's like it's actually shocking especially compared to some of either has never done that before snyder movies never look no well when they when they look artificial they they official on is or or e even some of the stuff in in watchmen but it's like it is designed specifically to look that way and this just looks is this just looks amateurish and cheap so it's just so frustrating it's so fresh i really hope they release a lake work print of the snyder cut just so i can be like even if it's a hundred times worse even if it's even if like make me wanna put a gun in my mouth and pull the trigger i will still say it's better the the thing that got released because it's so bad fick torino shave jv l welcome whole aloha i has they say the bahamas i have questions for you sure you i'm sure you do okay so yes would you do you do you want tell us first or can we just talk i'll talk i maybe a little bit as you know from previous episodes i finally did the disney cruise ship the dream which is that the dream has the millennium falcon aboard the other ships wet while you're there on the boat what do meet is water everywhere right said did the dream get what at all my god how the spray spray coming away yes a little bit okay wow you know i'm not going there they do have a ride called the akwa duct the aqueduct which is like eight you get on a raft at a tube and it goes throughout you know basic part of the ship did you it's yeah it was it was like what in wild wouldn't while florida's like what wild on the bone but yeah it was an amazing crews and i say this all the allowed to go on the wet and wild thing there's height requirement there was a choir quiet and but one the things his we're only getting started we got us on okay means we've done a lot of cruises you and i have done many crews many many many holland america cruise long shared a cabin whatever for save money for the company times at sea it's there is no law in some sodomy and the lash it's all they're not in that order the but disney i would say was the most efficiently run it was extremely clean and i thought the food now this is all relative to the cruise ships obviously but i thought the food was the.
"warners" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Which warner expects their drivers to provide one hundred percent on time delivery now as soon as i saw the headline i said immediately undoubtedly that they're going to appeal this warner said they will appeal the verdict and argue it was the pickup truck not the semi truck lost control and caused the crash warners executive vice president says the plaintiffs were in a pickup truck that lost control on its side of a divided interstate came to the grassy median ran into the warriner truck the warner driver was traveling below the posted speed limit did not lose control of his tractor trailer uneven brought the unit to it controlled stop after the incident the penn law firm issued a call for the public to contact werner enterprises to demand that warner take action to change their safety processes and training policies change there just in time staffing policies and improve their truck driver employee retention program okay well i mean in all honesty if you've you're involved in an incident where a vehicle from the other side of the highway crosses into your path the path of you the oncoming vehicle it really kinda boggles my mind how they could try to say you were you were at fault okay maybe your thoughts.
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"Do you remember how the coop worked no i don't even remember them yeah so i remember hearing that raid was co op so i was like cool let me get this and i you can't actually play the campaign co op there just certain modes that you can play challenge missions or something i don't remember it was a longtime ago all building like racine there's there's a little bit of car combat i think i was expecting it to be a fallout type game yeah or a borderlands type game but then it was really linear and you just wonder advice to place and like cleared out a dungeon that like it was more like doom that it was like all out from it software exactly drive there get out and cleared all out and drive to the next area yeah very dark and bleak which obviously they've flip that on its head now with warners that borderlands being delayed yeah it's like everything like the timings working out perfect for it yes this is being co developed by it and avalanche the just cause and the mad max guys it's like you can see so much of you know the crazy open world destruction of just causing the post it is made up of mad max right it's just kind of like another shot at developing that mad max game what's the story in these like in these apocalyptic punk games yeah with with football helmets and pads they're everywhere they were all over sunset overdrive i think that's the only armor we have access to in suburbia and so that's maybe with that theory the there's a documentary called plants versus zombies.
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"The truckstop coming down off the mountain it's not far ahead of the lashed oregon rest area before you get into the california border where he was planning to stop i came over the hill over the other side very was referring to the officer standing out by the road yes i was going to little quick when he was followed to the rest area by the officer i told him i was reading sixty eight miles per hour he said he had me at seventy ultimately the officer finished with the speeding ticket and asked if he had an electronic log asked me to hand it to him but it's a dash mounted e road manufacturer device he said he'd never done one not yet run to an along with the driver as warner took them to mean warners he emailed his logs directly he's done this before he said i offered the officer to kinda give them a run through how it worked al although he at the same time was still himself trying to get used to using the darn thing he's only had a few months so you said he gets up on the running board and i explained a few of the screens on the device including the prior day's history pages the page that shows the basic graph page the location data for the truck i showed him the remarks area for like when you have an issue the area where i can put annotate to the status changes that the fmcsa his harped on us in advance to explain status changes in special cases he had an example for the officer looking back to the previous sunday and all said and done he he goes back and it was just an honest mistake i showed a cumulative seventy three hours on duty hours three hours beyond the limit but including what was in a row nauseous eleven hours from sunday night to monday morning to which the officer said well all i have to go on his your log i said you're really gonna shut me down is it at your job as a state trooper to to use some common sense and judgment he questioned gene in the process he explained it's one of those scenarios where somehow or another he had forgot to log off duty for the the the.
"warners" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Sooner rather than later how much does it worry you i mean obviously it's a passing league now and you've got to have guys that can cover but guy even when i saw roquan smith like what he weighed in the two thirties and warners in the two thirties is it moving that direction or is there any worry that you have that you know what to thirty you can get stuck on a guard or stuck on attack not get yourself off and and arm said coming back and and what those guys bring in the metal with earl and guys that played well last year and we'll see what happens when ruben you know what he is in terms of a run defender so i think the defense will be physical enough for sure i love the additions in terms of the coverage and then add malcolm smith back to the to the group and then richard sherman to the back along with the the the third round pick our various more who i think's gonna play corner when you look at his life so i i think there's a lot of reasons to be excited about coming into the season obviously you know like you said john lynch did a lot of good things the one thing and look the draft falls the way it falls you'd like to have seen a pass rusher and now they took street at nc state but he's not gonna be he's not gonna be there he's got an acl cover for a half second longer score more points force people to pass more would love to see you know thirty five to forty five pass attempts to game because the offense i think is clearly based on last year and and you know hoping that chemistry continues and i think it's just gonna get better and cows play calling and the versatility i talked about earlier this team could be up there in terms of points so you know i just and i and look i think buck could had double digit sacks last year and there was a lot of reasons why he didn't eric back into the mix cash is marsh they still need that guy i mean we know that they need that guy that just here i come running speed rushing you kill still can't stop it but i think what better coverage and more points and you.
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"That's right it all takes place in a quiz no you walk into this room where they these three long tables and you're sitting opposite the head negotiator of of the p and her assistance and then the head labor lawyers of cbs paramount disney warners fox etc and there are three rows of them so the sixteen of us are sitting opposite you know fifty five sixty lawyers they have a we have a pattern of demands and they have a pattern of demands things that they wanna justed in the contract and you basically just horse trade for two weeks the last time we did it which was february of last year two thousand seventeen we were asking for some things that were big asks but we felt necessary related to internet or related to like in general can you tell us what sure they they were related to the results of short seasons intelligent the basic idea is that television used to work in twenty two episode orders network tv typically sees twenty two episodes and a writer would show up for you know forty or forty four weeks and and they would produce twenty two episodes of television and then you'd have a hiatus and you come back and you do it again but then someone said well what if we made a season thirteen shows or ten shows or eight shows and yet those writers are still being asked to work the same forty four weeks now all the sudden what you're making per episode is being attenuated over all of that amortized over all that period of time that seems patently unfair patently unfair.