35 Burst results for "Whoop"

The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:16 min | 5 d ago

The Left's A-Team Fact Checkers Emerge to Dissect '2000 Mules'

"Left is really getting desperate on 2000 mules. They started out by unleashing their fact checkers. And these are 20 and 30 somethings, and they thought, okay, yeah, we'll shut this down, you know, but of course these are people who know nothing about geo tracking. Geo tracking is not very reliable. And they don't know much about election law. And so they had these clumsy first salvos that were easily repelled. In fact, even people who had nothing to do with politics would say things like, wait a minute I lost my cell phone in some tall grass and I was able to pinpoint its exact location within inches. So this idea that you can't, all this technology doesn't work, it's like laughably absurd. And so suddenly the left realized, oh my gosh, you know, we've obviously deployed our B team and that's not gonna be enough. We need to unleash the a team. So the a team is now coming out. The a team is The New York Times, which is evidently trying to do some sort of a hip job. They haven't published it yet. Whoop Dee do. I mentioned The Washington Post, which I'll be discussing in depth tomorrow, a Philip bump in The Washington Post. There's an article in NPR, which I'll be dealing with. Tomorrow probably. But I want to talk about an article in the Atlanta journal constitution, which is focusing on Georgia. And I want to use it as a case study of just classic deception at all levels. Title of the article. Georgia investigation dispels allegations highlighted in 2000 mules. Let's just take in the title for a minute. You think you're going to get some kind of refutation of the allegation in 2000 meals that 242 mules. Have been identified through cell phone geo tracking, visiting ten or more drop boxes each and a bunch of these people are seen on video. Not all of them, but a bunch of them where the video is available. Now, the subtitle of the article ballots were legally delivered for family members. Okay? And then I started reading the article. The article it turns out is about one guy. And I'm going to read surveillance video showed a man pull up in a white SUV and insert 5 absentee ballots into a gwinnett county Dropbox. An investigation revealed he was delivering ballots for his family, which has allowed under Georgia

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A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | 4 months ago

A US Based Virologist Warns Parents Against Vaccinating Kids

"There is a piece in epoch times. About Robert Malone, virologist, immunologists, who contributed significantly to the technology that allowed us to develop these kinds of vaccines. Here's what the headline is. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Doctor Robert Malone Warren's parents, on COVID-19 shots, as you know, during the campaign when I ran for governor, I was asked by Joe Johns of CNN about Maxine vaccine for children. And I said, one more time, children are not likely to get sick. Not likely to get seriously sick, not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die. And they showed that, and then Joe John's voice over said, but that's not true. According to the CDC, yada bloch et cetera well, this is doctor Robert Malone, who contributed a great deal to the technology that was used to develop these vaccines. Here is what he said and I'm quoting. Think twice before you vaccinate your kids. Because if something bad happens, you can't go back and say, whoops, I want to do a do over.

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Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | 5 months ago

Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

"But December 7th, after Pearl Harbor, the next day, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in a armored limousine that was confiscated from the crime boss Al Capone. That was what he traveled in and they took him to Congress and he delivered an address. That address ought to be on the hearts and minds of every American today, and thanks to, well, audio tape, it is. Here's Franklin Delano Roosevelt, addressing Congress, the day after Pearl Harbor, this is from December 8th, 1941. Yesterday, December 7th, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. The United States was at peace with that nation and at the solicitation of Japan was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking towards the maintenance of peace in the Pacific. The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian Islands has caused severe damage. To American naval and military forces, I regret to tell you that very many American lives have been lost. In addition American ships have been reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francisco and Honolulu. As commander in chief of the army and navy, I have directed that all measures be taken for our defense, but always will our full nation. Remember the character of the onslaught against us. No matter how long it may take us, to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory. Thunderous ovation for Franklin Delano Roosevelt and those powerful words. I was ready to commentary by David hook stead over the daily caller who writes Japan gave us one hell of a black guy on that horrific morning, but America always gets up for a fight. Pearl Harbor was no different. As soon as we got up and dusted ourselves off, we whooped the living hell out of the Japanese empire all over the Pacific.

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The Truth About the Abortion Pill With Dr. William Lile

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 6 months ago

The Truth About the Abortion Pill With Dr. William Lile

"Folks, I'm talking to doctor Lyle. You remember I wrote a veggie tale episode lyla kindly Viking. I only wrote half of it. But doctor Lyle spells his name differently. It's L ile. He is the head of pro life Doc dot org and we're having a really important conversation. You were just saying doctor Lyle, you were just saying that if somebody makes a bad decision, we have medical options to help them. And you're saying that there are women who, in a moment of panic, they have easy access to an abortive patient, I guess. Is that what it's called? Sure. I mean, and first we have to define things. Words matter. Let's talk about the morning after pill which is indicated for 72 hours after somebody has had intercourse, which is wrong, but let's talk about the abortion pill, which is indicated for up to 70 days after the first day of the night. See, I didn't know this. It's one of the reasons I wanted you on because a lot of this stuff gets so what is the first one called the morning after pill? Morning after pill. Okay. So somebody has sex. I'm gonna go whoops, maybe I got pregnant, let's take care of it and they take a pill. But the other pill and what does this other pill called? It's called a mip of stone, also known as RU four 86. Okay. How do you remember that number? Did you ever work in a restaurant? Yeah. All right. So when the Shep says, hey, 86 the meatloaf. What does that mean? It means kill the meatball kill it, meatloaf. Are you forbidding? Are you four 86? They didn't plan that, did they? They didn't. But that's planning. Are you four 86? So you have been pro killing. Okay, so the RU four 86 pill. You said it's up to 70 days after conception. After the first day of the last menstrual period. So that would be ten weeks gestation. Most of the ultrasounds for our new OB patients where we can see the baby moving, heartbeat, listen to the heartbeat. Are usually between 6 and 8, 8 weeks along. This pill has 98% chance of killing a baby up to ten weeks

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Biden’s Build Back Better Will Hike Taxes on 30% of Middle-Class Families

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Biden’s Build Back Better Will Hike Taxes on 30% of Middle-Class Families

"Promise. We've been told repeatedly that this huge spending disaster build back better is it going to cost the middle class a penny, just just those making more than 400,000 a year will get hit. You know, the evil, the evil doers. Those of us creeps who've had some financial success in life. We're the bad. We need to be punished. Although not Pelosi, she here, she pushed back on the capital gains, tax increase. She didn't like that. She's a wealthy, wealthy woman. But anyway, it turns out the nonpartisan tax policy center has taken a look at build back better. They're saying about 30% of middle class middle income households will be taxed and pay additional taxes have a tax increase in 2022 whoops. No. Shaders and so Joe, say it isn't so. Come on. Come on, man. Did you lie to us again? Did you not tell the truth? And some low and middle class and middle income households, according to the nonpartisan tax policy center, which has reviewed build back better, they will pay more per year in taxes if the plan is

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"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

06:29 min | 7 months ago

"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

"Half down the road. It rises in pitch as I put my foot on the gas pedal. You don't have to be moving for the noise to occur as you do. No, I don't have to be moving. Good, good answer. Good. Now, is this more apt to happen? I know I know what it is, Carol, you're gonna be embarrassed when you find out what it is. Yeah. What's the weather been like in Bellingham? Very cold. Ha. If you ever notice that this doesn't happen on a warmer day it doesn't happen on a warmer date does not happen. Carol when the cars want to we couldn't ask for a better caller than you you have given every correct answer. You know, sometimes we say, see, I'll be back in this happens when it's cold and person says, no, it only happens when it's really warm. You get the award for being the most compliant caller. You have given every correct answer, Johnny, what have we got for Carol? What's behind the door? A new may tag one. Carol, you have is insufficient antifreeze. And what's wrong with this is your water pump is seized and the belt is slipping. And the water pump is trying to turn a little bit. And when it turns in the belt slips on it makes this sound. How do you spell it? Exclamation mark. Okay, have you mechanic checked the concentration of your antifreeze and you'll find out you don't have enough in there. And that's my estimation of the situation. Yeah. I like slipping on the water pump pulley. Okay. Does this happen if the clutch is depressed or released? It makes no difference. Perfect. That's what it is. Just one other thing. Is this pickup truck white? No, no. I just wanted to give you the chance to give one wrong answer so you just didn't feel like you were perfect. Nor would you win the prize. See you later, Carol. Goodbye, bye. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7. Hello, you're on car talk. Hello. Hello, who's this? My name is Lisa and I'm calling from Austin, Texas. I suffer from Austin. We haven't had a call from Austin in a long time. Austin is a great town, isn't it? Yeah. What's the weather these days in Austin? Oh, it's sunny and warm. I know that anyway. Yeah, he just wanted to. He wanted to moan and groan. I just wanted the morning growing winter has got me down. I've got light deprivation. I've aged a hundred years in the last 6 months. And he looks at two. What can we do for you, Lisa? I have a 1984 convertible rabbit. It's a white rabbit. Oh yeah, it was a cute little tail on the back. I'm trying to figure out how to get the top clean again like white. You know, with all this pollution and stuff, it's sort of a grayish dev insurance on this vehicle. I don't have bomb insurance. Right, you need to visit a visit from the slasher. It's very hot as I well know. I have had now many, many convertibles, maybe three with white tops. And they're all kinds of things on the market. I mean, if you're taking a stroll through the local auto parts store everything. Yeah, so have I none of them work? I've been tried pollux for my bathroom. Yeah, you know, because what's growing on it, all the blue black spots are all mold spores and the like and all kinds of other grunge and little pine SAP whatever that just gets embedded in the grain of the vinyl. And you'll never get that stuff out. You know what I've never tried, which probably will ruin it, but if it's wrong already, who cares? I've never tried bleach. I tried that. You did. And it didn't eat through the top? Yeah, it did. Now I've got a few little holes. Well, I believe it and then just wash it really good. Yeah. What's the worst part of town down there in Austin? There is no bad part of time. It's a wonderful town. In Boston, we'd have no trouble finding 5 or 6 areas where we'd leave the car. So you'd never, as you know, I'm sure, since you drive a convertible, you know that you never lock convertible. Right. However, in this instance, you might want to lock it. Right. The trouble is like a $1000 stereo. Because nobody's going to want to steal this car because it's so I don't want to say ugly, but it is. It's old. It's old and it's ugly and nobody's gonna want to steal it unless you somehow entice them. So you're gonna have to leave something valuable. Leave a sign on the window that says stereo inside. Something hopefully less valuable than a new top. Yeah. Actually, this is not an expensive job. I would replace the whole top. Okay. Because you could probably do it for a couple hundred bucks. Yeah, they said 400. Yeah. That's a deal. You could. I was gonna suggest what I call that contact paper. You know what I did once I had a, I don't want to bring this up because it causes me a little tea or to come to my eye. I once had a 65 ambassador convertible and my brother, my brother sort of lost I junked it on. So it lost his car on me. But it too had a white top. And I had holes in it. In fact, one of the holes kept getting bigger and bigger because my dog used to like to stick her ahead of those. You know those pet doors that they have? Well, she thought that was a pet lord. She used a sticker head up through the top. But I found once in a bath store. You know these bed and bath stores? A big round flower shaped thing. Very colorful that was supposed to be applique. No, no, it's supposed to be used to put on the bottom of your tub so you try skin. It turns out that I glued these babies onto the top of the convertible. Now you can tell my brother had this car in original factory condition. Was this in the 60s? 67 these 80s, all those decades. All those I had this kind during all those decades. And these things, first of all, because they're made to be in water. The glue is very, very waterproof. So you glue these babies onto the convertible top and they have very colorful and friendly and exciting even. And now all of America knows that you are a whack old town. And they will not come off in The Rain. Lisa. Then I would have to have a piece sticker on the back window. Yeah. Whatever. We'll send you some mcgovern stickers put on your bumper. Say at least I had some say biscuits, bumper.

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"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:37 min | 7 months ago

"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

"Plaque to tap your brothers. I think that must be us. And we head back. And we're here to answer your questions about cars, Kyrie pear and exhibition baseball. Are you making reference to your former career as a one back? Yeah, I was a mon back for what? 7, 8 years. Yeah, people don't know my brother was the guy that's still behind the truck. One back. Well, you think anyone can do it? I had to go to Dave dingers track the trailer driving school. David happened. Dingling. Same thing. Anyway, it's time for the new puzzler. Yeah. And you promised us a wing ding. Do you remember the new puzzler? How can I remember the new one? I don't even remember the old one. This is just a test I wanted to see if you said yes. Yes, I was going to ask how you could possibly have remembered it. This is a puzzler of old. So I could have remembered the new puzzle. Well, this is like going Back to the Future. It is indeed. I remember some years ago and this was some years ago. A long time some years ago, yeah. I was working on something like a General Motors car. Maybe like a Dodge, a Dodge dart. And I was changing the customer's gas filter. And because our sign result being dry clean the one that says customers are not allowed in the area where we fix the cars. He was standing looking over my shoulder. Yeah. Making sure that I did the right thing. And I was changing his gas filter, and as I did that, gas spilled onto the exhaust manifold. And he leaped back on lept back in fear. One back. He moaned back, saying, watch out. Actually, what he did was he ran for the fire extinguisher. Right. And he ran to the car with the fire she was poised, and you said what did it my face? You said, cool out, man. And he said, but you're just spilled gasoline on the red hot exhaust manifold. Aren't you afraid? It's going to catch fire. And you said I extinguished my cigarette and I explained to him that I can't really wasn't afraid. No, I said gee, I'm actually not afraid. And he said, well, I'll tell you of interesting story, young man. I was a young man at that time because this is what a long time ago. Some years back. He said ice built motor oil once on the manifold of this very car. And it bursts into flames. I knew that because his hood was all just color. And I said, yeah, that's true. That could possibly happen. And the question is, why is it that he could spill motor oil on the manifold? Let's assume a manifold is the same temperature. As what? Is it time that I spilled the gas surface of the sun? This is the side that I spilled the gasoline on it. Yeah. And he's not a royal on it and it bursts into flames, yet I spilled gasoline which everyone knows is. Quite flammable. Like quite flammable. Quite inflammable in fact. Yes, it is quite flammable. It's flammable and inflammable at the same time. Isn't that a conundrum? And why is it that the gasoline does not catch fire and the motor oil does, or am I what? If you think you know the answer to this or any other everyone knows the answer to whether you're wacko. Send it to us at puzzler tower. Car talk Plaza, WBUR, 6 30 Commonwealth av, Boston, our fair city, very well done. Massachusetts, zero two two, one 5. Our fair zip code. And if you would like to report to us on cafes or cafe standards or standard cafes in your area, send your report.

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"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:08 min | 7 months ago

"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

"That has a tendency to stall, and then when it stalls the choke is slammed so tight that it is a tendency to flood, and that's why it won't restart. Yeah, in fact, often the butterfly is wet. Yeah. And Eric, who dresses a little too well to get into the engine, you know, he'll lean over it, holding his tie against his chest. Yes, he's sitting there, but he did walk around the back and held his hand in front of the exhaust pipe. And while I was running and it came away, kind of wet with unburned gasoline. Yeah, which led him to the choke. Sure. Well, but the choke is only the tip of the iceberg. Sort of the tip. No, no, no, no, don't do that. No, don't rebuild it. Replace it. Because what you guys, because what you need is a new accelerator pump. That's the reason it hesitates. I need a new accelerator. You have a three 18 engine in this thing? Yeah. All right, well, there are other possibilities. There are simpler things. Have someone lean out the choke. You can probably do this yourself. If that works, then that's the end of your problem. No, that will only work to keep it from stalling and not restarting. But the hesitation will be there because the choke was adjusted to mask the hesitation problem, which is going to require a new carburetor if you wanted fixed. Wait, when the hesitation come from? He knows the hesitation. Hesitation, Dan. Yeah, it does. I could find on that choke. The screw to adjust it there is no adjustment. And we couldn't see how to adjust it. Well, there is no adjustment. You're going to adjust as a choke what pull off. The famous choke pull off. Yeah. And if you don't know where it's go back to Eric or whoever it is and have him adjust the choke by adjusting the choke pull off. All right. If he doesn't understand what those words mean, go somewhere else. Right. And once you've done that, my prediction is that everything will be as it should be. I just had a flash. I did notice that I did. I had a hot flash. Pizza again for lunch. What happens to these often is that the passage that supplies hot water to the base of the carburetor gets plugged up with gunk. It is a passage. It goes from one cylinder head to another and allows hot water to traverse and warm up the base of the car. Supposed to be hot. And warm up the choke, but if that gets plugged up, you can have this problem too. Eric mentioned all these problems. And what he said was. Why are you calling us? Could you give us number in case we run into a little problem that we can't solve? The reason he said to have the carburetor belt was, he said, you might have this, there might be gunk in the line. There might be the choke this, and that rebuild it and it'll solve all the problems. No, well not necessarily. It won't solve that problem with the manifold. That requires removing the intake manifold, which is easy. Tell Eric to take his tie off. And go to town on it. But that's what you need. That's what it is. We can't do everything else. Dan..

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"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:36 min | 7 months ago

"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

"Gets out and does the butterfly dance. Yeah. Is that it? She's got to get out. Open the hood. Take off the air cleaner. Right. And hold the butterfly with the sum. Well, I'll add is a very beautiful shapely woman. And this puts her at some considerable risk. I'm eager to solve the problem. He gonna solve this point. Your neighbor's perhaps. I mean, you've somewhat solved. I mean, you've sort of solved it yourself because you know what the we're in the problem lies. The question is, how can you make it not do this anymore? Well, I've never found anybody who knew how to solve it, except Eric. Eric. He's the guy who ran off with your wife? And he thinks the problem is in the choke. Of course, he's close. He might be he might even be more than close. Yeah. Well, the problem with installing and not restarting is indeed in the choke. And I'll tell you what has been I'm going to retrace for your Dan, the whole sequence of events that led up to this problem. The genesis of this problem. Yes. Very genesis of this problem. Yeah. Before you even bought it, but maybe during your ownership, the problem began to appear. And it appeared as a hesitation. At first it was rather innocuous and only hesitated for a half a minute or so during the warmer period. And then the range of the hesitation began to spread like a contagion. It's like you read my mail. Yeah, right? Yeah, yeah. And then somebody, maybe even you took it into an auto repair shop and complained of this problem. And probably what you said with these words Kara starts up the truck's car starts a pretty well in the morning, but if I really try to give it the gas when I first thought driving and it'll die sometimes or it doesn't have the old zip, you know, something's wrong and the guy said, Eric might have said. All right. Let me make a minor adjustment here, Dan, and this baby will be perfect. Right. You may have even told him when the thing is warmed up it runs okay. Right. Okay. So what he did was he rich and up the choke, and then you went back again because it wasn't good enough and he reached it up even more. So what happens now is it's running so rich when it's cold that has a tendency to stall, and then when it stalls the choke is slammed so tight that it is a tendency to flood, and that's why it won't restart. Yeah, in fact, often the.

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"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

05:30 min | 7 months ago

"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

"If you ever wonder how the world's most successful leaders got to where they are, what struggles they faced and what kept them going. There's a show for you. Each week on my new podcast, my guests reveal how to think more like a leader. Check out wisdom from the top from NPR and luminary. In all this time for time for you. Coffee is almost but go ahead read the letter. I don't have any letters. I can see a lip starting to quiver. What is this? Are we just here? Do you remember the puzzler from last week? Puzzle, yes. There was the puzzler about the man and wife who both had exactly the same kind of car, she used to drive north every day. That's right. Go to work and he used to drive south every day and not even how come air filter is always dirtier than yours. Not even close. This was that I have a little lapse of memory. I think that was a puzzler from about four and a half years ago. But I remember that was a good one and I'll use that again sometime. No, this was a town that had 200,000 people. Oh yeah. Did we get a rants of this one? Yeah, we get an answer you kidding. Okay. This is a hypothetical town. Hypothetical Kansas. I know where that is. It's right near Fort Collins, Colorado. Right. And no one in the town has more than a 100,000 hairs, okay? That's the maximum that's the most her suit of the town's residents has a 100,000 years on his or her head. You know that number is way off actually. You don't have any hairs there are on an average, a man's face, not an average face. Not on mine. Not about 14 million on yours. No. 30,000 on your face? Yeah. Well, I only have 8000 on my head. That's all right. The vicinity of the ears. Also the average is out. But I was surprised at that number. How many does the average head have? I don't know. I think probably the most her suit had probably has about a 100,000 hairs. You know, you're probably right about that. So we have this town of 200,000 people. We have various levels of hairy hairiness between zero and what? A 100,000. Okay, no one can have less than zero. Nor more than what? 100,000. Okay. So you got this 20,000 people. What are the chances that two hypothetical residents will have the same number of hairs? Are these hypothetical residents of hypothetical Kansas? Yes. Residents of hypothetical candles will have the same number of hairs on their heads. Yeah. What are the chances? Good. You want to mathematical answer? In fact, very good. Technically speaking, you might say, well, the way we, the way we try all of our processes, we try the one I staff here. Particularly we try the one dot. When Doug says, we say, good one. That's a good one. But in this case, he got the answer right away, but we used it anyway. He left a little note Raymond. I didn't have the heart to tell you last week, but this is one of the most named puzzles you come up with in a long time. Love your inestimable producer, dougie. Well anyway, this is the estimable. That means that he was unable to estimate the probability here. This is a branch of mathematics known as what combinatorial analysis and this is a principle that was a pigeonhole principle. The pigeonhole principle, perhaps, yeah. And thus they say that of the first 100,000 people, you'll distribute them such that no two people have the same number of hairs. Oh yeah. You put each one of them on a little pigeonhole. Right. You say, okay, how many hairs you got zero? Okay, you go in the zero hole. The next guy goes in one, next person comes in two, got it. So you've used up a 100,000 residents and you've used up a 100,000 pigeonholes. All your pigeonholes. Right. So the very next person, the 100,001 person is at once 100,000 and one person must be a duplicate of one of the first one of the first ones. So my answer was right then, excellent. Yeah, as a matter of fact, there are a 100,000 people in this town that have the same numbers of hairs on their heads. And the other people, they're all have a mate. That is a great moment. That is the most inane great puzzler I've ever heard. Well, do we have a winner yet? A winner here. Martin Gardner for that one. I had nothing to do with it. I will win it this week is Rick linsk of Howell, New Jersey, and for wasting his time writing to us, he's going to get used to the contact T-shirt for an entire week and forever a skeet's because once you put this on your bumper, it will never come on. We'll have a new puzzle coming up later on, maybe if we're lucky if we can come up with one. But in the meantime, if you want to talk to us, the number is one 803 three two 9 two 8 7. Hello, you're on contact talk. All right, this is Dan in Missoula. Missoula. Yeah. What's up? I got a Dodge. I got a Dodge pickup truck that only starts, no matter how cold it's a 79. It's got a carburetor. I let it run for a few minutes to warm up, and then I start I put it in gear, put my foot on the gas and it stalls. Always. How long have you had this Dodge? I've had this badge since the very end of 89. So you've had this several years, and it has done this the whole time. Well, it doesn't. It's worse now than it was. It's worse now meaning the last few months. And of course, it's been winter in the last few months. Yeah, well, that's what I'm asking when I say no. The last few months and last summer it wasn't so bad. Well, it would happen last summer too, and it wouldn't go sometimes I can go a block or two and that will stall. And then I can't start it..

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"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

"But it doesn't. Does it diminish if you're traveling at high speed and take your foot off the gas? Right, if we slow down, it's slowdown. Yeah. But it's always there. The noise is more. Oh, that's good. Not really. I'm not. I was just playing my throat in preparation for the actual lovely lady as Libby from loveland is. She's giving us all the wrong answers. How about this, Libby? It's not as high pitched as more LEGO. Who it is? Okay. It is, huh? Yeah. Yeah, like that. But when you go faster, the pitch doesn't go up. No. The pitch stays, it just gets more frequent. Tire. A bad tire. We believe so. Absolutely. That's good. You described it, you didn't give us all the wrong answers. You described that perfectly. That's exactly it. But we checked the tires and they don't seem to have it. Well, how did you check them? What did you do? Take blood pressure? What did you do to check them? My husband checked it to see if it had any irregular wear on it. And my husband had the pocket protector. Nobody's an engineer. That's enough. It's very, very hard to check tires. I mean, sometimes it's possible to see some things on tires like you might put your hand over it and feel lumps or you might feel a bubble on the inside wall or you might feel that it's really worn out on one side and not on the other, but very frequently, tires are defective or in bad shape, and you can't tell. And what's happened is that the plies, the different layers of rubber and whatever else is in there, have separated inside the tire. And what happens is they make this characteristic sound of and the truth is, lots of tie as do this these days. I don't understand why. Well, when you find out that isn't a tire in your husband is right. The next most likely thing is a bad axle bearing. Exactly. Yeah, we thought maybe that might be what the problem was. Well, what to do is take the tire off and put it someplace else on the car. What if we don't know what tired? Take the two rears and put them in the front and see if you can change the dynamics of it. Right. Okay. If you put the tool there is in the front and the two fronts in the rear, see if the noise goes with it. You may even notice a front end shimmy when you do that. That's worse than the one you already have that you hadn't noticed before this. And if the noise stays in the back, then it probably is an axle bearing. Which is very hard to distinguish from a bad tire. It's the axle bearing. I think your husband's right. See.

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"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

"Doesn't anymore. I'm going to suggest seriously, what do you think it might be besides this is almost a certainty. You ready for this? Yeah. The needle and seat is leaking. No. Inside the copy. Now my brother is going to tell you that this is not so. But I want you to avoid anything he says, because his voice will come from the devil. He's going to try to sell you things that will cost you many, many dollars. You need motor media. No, you don't need a fuel filter. The gas doesn't even get into the carburetor anymore. All right. No, no, no. Is any of these mechanics taken the line that goes from the fuel pump to the carburetor off? I did that myself. Why? I want to listen to it. And what happened when you did that and you cranked the engine. There was fuel coming out. Aha. Ha ha. Okay. They're my pro. I mean, this mechanic checked a fuel pump. I assumed that he checked it right at the carburetor to make sure that fuel was in fact getting right to the carburetor. Did he do that? I believe it. Oh, you weren't there. You went into a place where I said insurance regulations prohibit you from seeing what we do because it is black magic and you and I don't allow to know. Yeah, yeah. I mean, well, it's very simple. Paying customers. Either gasoline is not getting to the carburetor or gasoline is getting to the carburetor, but it's not staying in the carburetor. Oh no, it's not getting too but it's not actually getting into the carbon. The needle valve could be stuck. So it's in fact prohibiting the flow of gasoline into the float chamber or the metering wall of the car. And what did I say was wrong? You said it was leaking. The needle. Well, stuck on leaking. It's got to be replaced. It doesn't matter. Okay. Change the fuel filter, that will fix it. We assume that he did this. No, he didn't. You know why it's hard to remove. If you have about 80,000 miles on this, right? No, I don't as a matter of fact because 37,000. Well, you'd have 80 if you're able to drive the dam. Drive it because you can't get it started anymore. You should have 80. Around the parking lot here. On the mornings when it is not running disconnect the fuel line right at the carburetor and crank it and find out if fuel is actually getting to the carbohydrate. We know that. He knows that. If it is, before you even start doing anything with the carburetor, don't step on the gas, don't do anything. Reach in and operate the accelerator linkage, while you're looking inside the carburetor. If you don't see any squirty squirty as it means gasoline never got in. Bang the carburetor with a hammer. 12 pounds. It's got to be, you know, do you furniture upholstery? Go to a furniture upholstery supplies. Get one of those Paul murky. They have one of those cute little hammers little brass hammer with a little magnet on the end. That's the kind you need. You just tap that carburetor right where the fuel line goes into it. Okay. I would say maybe twice. Okay. Very gentle. You ready for this? I'm gonna give you the taps on the microphone here. Ready? Got it. Now when that doesn't work. And that'll start right up by guarantee. And that doesn't work, and I guarantee this will make you feel a lot better. Well, the hell out of that. Give us a twin ten pounds on it. Good luck, Paul. Gentlemen, thanks a minute. You're welcome. Bye bye. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7. Hello, you're on car talk. Hello. How was this? This is Libby from loveland. Loveland, Colorado. Libby from loveland. That's good. So what's up Libby? Lovely Libby from loveland, we might see. Yes. That's right. A little lovely lily from loveland. We have Tommy's favorite car. We have a 1976 Dodge dart. That is not my favorite car. It's not. No. It's among his favorite cars. Come on. It is not. It is not even among my favorite cars, because I happen to own a Dodge dart, but that doesn't mean the 76 was among is among anyone's favorite. 76 Dodge dart was among the worst cause ever made in this entire planet. And you know that livy, don't you? Who knows that? It's been a good car for us. It's been a good case. Where's the rust? I mean, let us find out what Libby Libby's coming from. Okay, the 70s. Okay, the problem we hear was we have a vibration noise. We think it's coming from the back of the car. It's kind of a whirling zone. It's found a droning vibration. I know what that is. Just give us some water. It will send you our response via the mail. The only problem we have with it. The only problem you have. I'm gonna see if I can reproduce the noise that you get from the back. And I trust it. Is it worse at high speeds? Later at high speeds,.

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"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"whoop" Discussed on Car Talk

"This message comes from NPR sponsor Wells Fargo, Wells Fargo's small business checking offers greater efficiency and control over daily finances so you can bank without missing a beat. Learn more about Wells Fargo's small business checking at Wells Fargo dot com. Hello and welcome to NPR's car talk with us click and collect the tablet brothers and we're broadcasting this week from the car talk center for cafe standards. I have been at work every day for an entire week checking cafe after cafe. It was every week for an entire day. Let me see. I tell you this is grueling. It's grueling work. It is. I have to eat gruel and two of those cafes. Well, I have been checking the cafes all around the city of Boston and I stick with my so far cafe paradiso. Without doubt. Yeah. Has the best cappuccino. That's your favorite corporate average fuel economy. That's what it means? Yeah. I've been doing this wrong all week. Not the only thing I've been doing. If you'd like to call us the numbers, one 803 three two 9 two 8 7. And all that other number. What is that number? 6 one 7. Go ahead. Three 5 three 6 three 5 oh hello, you're on car talk, who's this? What do you want? Why are you calling us? Well, don't you have anything better to do? Hello. Which one of those questions you want me to answer? Anyone. We don't care. Okay. I'm from beautiful downtown Hanson, Massachusetts, which is about 26 miles from new gentlemen. Hanson. Have an 86 GMC van..

The Evidence for a God Is Piling up and It's Astonishing

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:40 min | 7 months ago

The Evidence for a God Is Piling up and It's Astonishing

"Hey there folks I'm talking to doctor Hugh Rossi's with reasons to believe my new book is atheism dead in large part owes its existence to friends like heroes and John Lennox and James tour Stephen Meyer and many others. And I wrote it in part to introduce them to you, because the evidence that has been piling up in recent years and decades for a designer for a God is simply astonishing and we need to understand it is astonishing, you should look into it. You should familiarize yourself with it. It is just a wonderful time to be alive when all this stuff comes out. You mentioned that comets are 85% water and that they are replacing the water that naturally evaporates from earth, not much does, but what does is replaced by comets and you're saying it's roughly a one to one ratio? Roughly one to one and keep in mind where we get struck by a lot of miniature comets. So they don't do any damage to us. They come into the atmosphere. They break up and distribute the water quite evenly over the earth. And then we get the asteroids which deliver valuable metals to us. But you're typically taciturn about how amazing this is. I mean, the idea that we lose water, but whoops, it's replaced by these heavenly snowballs that come in at just about the rate we need them to. That just seems crazy. I mean, that's an amazing thing. I don't think I've ever really processed

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Dr. Ryan Cole on Making the COVID Vaccine Less 'One Size Fits All'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Ryan Cole on Making the COVID Vaccine Less 'One Size Fits All'

"Make pretty clear that you don't think getting these vaccines is a great idea. You've made that pretty clear. Give us some basics because there are people out there who just think anybody says that is just flat out crazy. What i've looked at tells me no. It's a very bad idea to get the vaccine. But i'm not a doctor. You are a doctor so tell us well. I think we approached this. Everything's hammer. Everything's a nail. There's a one-size-fits-all approach governmentally nationally. Medically we really need to consider who are the risk groups so are targeted approach should be high risk. Maybe do the vaccines for those individuals. But it's still not without its risks number two contagion control your stay home wash. Your hands masks are incredibly questionable and controversial. But there's no data in the last decades and decades that show in a randomized control trial. They work even the bangladesh study. That just came out if you look at eight zero two thirty no benefit and then number three early treatment and before early treatment and number five early treatment but the vaccines themselves are not without risk. And and we're using this one size fits all approach to all routes and say underage fifty without risk factors ninety nine point nine. Eight percent of people survive the virus with early treatment. Almost one hundred percent. I'm not saying that people aren't going to succumb to the virus but two pound whoops of individuals that are more risk from shot than benefit is scientifically illogical and unethical

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Why Mealtimes Are so Much More Than Feeding and Manners

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:41 min | 10 months ago

Why Mealtimes Are so Much More Than Feeding and Manners

"What is going on when a baby who is one year old is throwing food down the first time. That happens very likely an experiment. Let's see what happens causing effect dropping this food. Oh it goes on the floor because babies are explorers learners and they're experimenting all the time so our baby does that and maybe they feel something from us. They probably do feel something from us. Because ellison gop knicks extensive studies show. That children are born with a lantern. Type attention as opposed to what we start to develop more as we mature which is a spotlight attention so with the spotlight attention. We can get distracted and miss something going on over here. Because i'm focusing over here. Well a baby actually can't do that. They are taking everything all the time. So even if they're not looking at us they're feeling us. They're sensing our emotions. They're sensing if we're comfortable for sure. And it's not something that they can turn on and off this lantern is always on there always taking us in but if we don't see this as a basically competent person that we're dealing with then. We're probably going to be less likely to be attuned. So if we're not being attuned in the situation for not tuning into the person than to us it might seem like. She's just randomly throwing food. She doesn't know what she's doing. Just sort of more absent minded. I'm not intentional. I'm not aware but what are baby is actually doing their even the first time that this happens where we might say. Oh whoops you drop that down and it went all the way down to the floor while you're eating. I want you to keep the food at the table please. And i'm approaching this whole activity as an intimate activity. I'm not distracting. My child and i'm not going to be distracted myself. These are prime caregiving times. Where children really need our full attention and we will get more out of it to that way than if we're just trying to get food into a baby were actually kind of teaching or engaging or president. They're responding to us and it will feel more satisfying for us as well. So feeding with the riot. Approach with magda gerbers approach. It's not just about fueling our child with food. It's about fueling our relationship

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"whoop" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

06:15 min | 11 months ago

"whoop" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Picking up your fast talkin east coast peasant from the bus station. The next you're blast down a trail in the backwards using all wheel drive laughing as you dear. Okada's falls but the dirty south boys go down south make the most of each moment with an exceptionally capable toyota. Suv like the wrath for trt offroad toyota. Let's go places. Well we all have heard the thing we know they're saying detroit versus everybody. Okay well did you. Guys see the video. This went viral of a detroit woman. Her name was bianca chambers. She tracked down her stolen mercedes via social media And okay let's go back a bit. What had happened was bianca with tired of waiting on the police. So she tracked down her stolen bents. In a parking lot of a barbershop. She went inside the barbershop and dragged her suspect out by his lots the dreadlocks on his head while other people helped her make a citizen's arrest. Take a listen omar. god. Yeah i see my car. The thief so bold. He even made a pit. Stop at this strip mall. Where bianca owns a boutique. They was driving. You know they was having a good time you know. They were smoking but yes. My car was very clean. He even got the card detailed sources. Tell fox to the thief now in police custody has a history of stealing cars since he was a team. This is the dumbest criminal. That's all like your joy riding in my car like one. Nobody wants to see all right and the way. There's more wait. There's more than take a listen to this. Excuse me you got that. There's out there yes you do. You've been fought for twenty five hundred twenty five hundred driving my okay. You just can't joy. Everybody just had a family on family feud this week from detroit. Boy i had the best time with de- detroit. I told him. I say all the cities i've ever performed in my all time. Favorite city to go to own tool was detroit. I love some. Damn detroit was folk. They're folk detroit. Yes ragged him video. See video addresses and send me video. I i'll share. And she went right up to him. I love her boldness. You know is like no. You're not gonna take this from me. This this belongs to me. Yeah the he said yes. He was driving the car. The ads just came from nowhere shop. No you know. They're still talking about that. Limited ten women don't they. Don't let me tell you something. He has to get out of the club. See once you get your ass and go viral. You can steal socks show. The car is but you got to get out of crime at this. You gotta turn your life over to christ. This is this. Is this the you need to go get save and use this as a teaching moment testimony because all the way you can get through. This embarrassment is turn it over into a teaching moment right. She owned a boutique store so he stole the car from their had. It wash smoke that one more time. She approached him. Yeah bands out there. Yes you do. You've been part of for twenty five hundred twenty driving in my another. We'll we'll have more of today's trending stories on the morning. Show coming up at twenty minutes after right after this. You're listening to morning. show give your feline friend. Protein pack meals crave with smalls. Smalls is fresh human great food for cats delivered right to your doorstep so you too can embrace your inner house cat. Conventional cathode food is made with prophets in mind using low quality cheap meat byproducts grains and starches coated in artificial flavors. Smalls on the other pau is made with cats in mind and better quality. Ingredients mean a better healthier life for your cat visit smalls dot com slash iheart to take a short quiz and get twenty five percent off your first order smalls. Real good food for cats fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. My dad used to say that sure. Yeah it's from geico. Yeah whenever i would ask my dad for life advice. He'd sit me down and say son. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more look at me now a well adjusted adult with the drawer full of plastic bags. I'll never use okay. I'm confused was your dad. A licensed geigo agent. Now he was just a real good dead geico. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more..

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NYC Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Questions Where 100,000 Votes Just Came From

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 11 months ago

NYC Mayoral Candidate Eric Adams Questions Where 100,000 Votes Just Came From

"This is from red State leader in New York City Mayor all rights questioning whether 100,000 votes just came. Where they came from to make the race much closer. Right Snick a Rama. You may get some deja vu with the news about what just happened in the saga of the New York City mayor election. The election was actually last Tuesday, but they're still counting and don't expect to be done until sometime in July. Brooklyn borough president, former police officer Eric Adams. Have been the surprise leader in the race when he came in first place last Tuesday. With 82% of the results in now, that didn't make some of the left happy, although he was still a Democrat. The election is ranked choice voting and he was the first choice of 31.6% of the people. Those votes have been counted to that point with Maya Wiley. Real Nutjob second with 22.3% in Katherine Garcia, third with 19.7%. Whoops. Suddenly. Votes show up and vaulted the third place person in the second. We're just a narrow lead remaining for Adams. With some 124,000 absentee votes yet to count. The difference now is only 16,000 votes, so it's entirely conceivable. Now that Garcia could catch up. Eric Adams is clearly not happy at all. He is raising questions about where the 100,000 votes suddenly came from New Conspiracy theorist. Why doesn't he just be quiet, Mr Producer? Why is he raising questions? About the system.

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"whoop" Discussed on Casuals: An Outsider Look at the Videogame Industry

Casuals: An Outsider Look at the Videogame Industry

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"whoop" Discussed on Casuals: An Outsider Look at the Videogame Industry

"I have a bad brain. I got a bad grade and actually you know what an honor of me. Having a bad brain will play that brains on the outshone. Oh no you were gonna play double trigger. We cut all that. Yeah yeah. that's that's my my before john. Okay film way track..

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"whoop" Discussed on Casuals: An Outsider Look at the Videogame Industry

Casuals: An Outsider Look at the Videogame Industry

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"whoop" Discussed on Casuals: An Outsider Look at the Videogame Industry

"Side like an like a little a little crank very weird Play date They they just had a little showcase the other day where they were talking more about it. The games how they're going to release it the preorder and all that so what they're doing. I'm on the website now. Orders beginning july. So it's nice that they're they're gonna they said we're gonna give you a heads up to and that what the i really like is that they're not going to be like all right. Creators are out when they're gone. They're gone They said that they're going to keep accepting preorders. It would just depending on how many get might just take a little longer to get into some people. But they're not going to have like a cap or anything which i really. I really like because. I hate when shit sells out before. Even out yeah. That's yeah it's awful. Yeah so it's not a it's not backlit also it's just a very old school kind of deal it's got wi fi bluetooth speaker on it on. It's got a nice low-power clock as well. But what's really interesting about what they're doing here is. It's pretty much geared towards indie developers. It's geared towards small like one two three people development teams to make little games based around like an idea or two encounters with it so similar to what i said about the volver powell. They'll just have like one idea for a game. And just put it out. And i'm not really too into. It is not much around that this is similar but it's a smaller experience so you're not expecting to spend fifty dollars on a game sitting on twenty five dollars thirty dollars on a game and then you don't really that much out of it. These are intended to be smaller. More bite sized gaming experiences like little games a kind of more guess more in the style of like old game boy handheld game length. Getting their money's worth but they're you now here's what's really cool about it..

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The Past, Present and Future of mRNA Vaccines

Short Wave

02:08 min | 1 year ago

The Past, Present and Future of mRNA Vaccines

"When i called up margaret had a lot of questions for her about 'em are in apec so we started at the beginning. I was thinking margaret. I wanna do a little bit of a history of like how long this technology's been around and if you don't know like the super details of that that's that's totally fine. Do know the super details because ali written scientific papers about it s okay. I'm these ing. Okay now a lot of scientists have worked on marnie vaccine's over the years philip. Feltner catalan carrico. Drew weisman just to name a few. The work really started in the seventies but it wasn't until the nineties that scientists are testing out. The first marinate vaccines in mice. Most vaccines like the flu. Shot or whooping cough vaccine use bits and pieces or weakened form of the virus or bacterium to build up immunity but the amarna vaccines are not a whole virus. Or a whole. What you're putting in is a piece of just a piece of coding sequence. That then has your body make that single protein for instance one of the corona viruses proteins causes an immune response. That will protect you later when your body encounters the real thing. So that's the idea but there were two challenges researchers had deal with to get to where we are now with. Mri vaccines one challenge. Was that the. Mr is very and gets degraded very quickly and so it doesn't last very long and so the first challenge that has had to be overcome was to find the right way to formulate it. So i'd like to think of this as eminem so if you were to hold plain chocolate in your hands that chocolate would melt because your hands warm and so what happened was eminem's are away putting a candy coating around it so that you can now hold them in your hands. And it doesn't melt. So that's what scientists kinda

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"whoop" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"whoop" Discussed on Talking Junk

"This earlier. We were listening to your spotify stations. It is a cluster. Fuck on their because we can hardly gear your tracks. Apparently there's some foreign group name tags ingham. They're horrible listed with you. And you guys have those people who use seo to their advantage right latch onto tag team and then we get on their portals. And i've i've done a real good job of cleaning that up right. But i've not i haven't got to spotify you. I really don't care about what we've done as far as putting old music. It's not that important. Because i get more out of i more out of the seo than would just having spotify and everybody knows where they go find the stuff that they need to but everybody does remiss to stop that so many doesn't tight remixing. They thought out there then. Hey they can have fun doing it. But it's not my responsibility to run after people who are remixed. That might not be right and then they get permission to do this right. They did permission from The label who has administration over the mass over the over the published. Because we own. We still don't have to record. But the fatal flaw was signing over the administration right. That's like avenue. Avenue rolls royce. But you gave keys by now. You can't never really drive the car you got at. You could ride in the car which came. Never drive it by yourself. Can't ever make no move. No but that's coming down though because that was part of that was part of the settlement so we just got a little that away once. We whittled away. Then we'll be straight. So i look at won't there. It is being pension plan. But she after gawk careless as often auteur everything that twenty eight. Go on that twenty years. I wasn't able to do and it did it. Wipe the slate clean. And now i'm good and you know the things that are happening to me in because of my hustle is all because of my hustle. Man not all of it but most of everything that's popular with mies. Mockup is my hustle. Because i play off. It's right like. I know everybody in the martin agency. Who who makes the guy go commercials up and down the chain all sorts. Don't even get to meet those people because they got a publicist or manage or people who go into work born on the zoysia roadblocks. I'm everything is so there's no middleman for you. Just go straight to the source but this is another learn how to learn thing we were talking about when i told you it's my responsibility. Get my own money right. So we've always done shows do the halftime shows. Nba halftime shows..

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"whoop" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"whoop" Discussed on Talking Junk

"Look at that video. Call me in a month and you'll call me in the month. You would have been confused. And i would explain it to you because i know you put forth effort to learn something new and what it would have been is a book on music publishing so when you had that beat may you would have published it then. Nobody would have been able to take it from. We'll see we. We bought the rights to be able to use it and distribute it under our likeness. But we didn't buy the exclusive right. So that's where we messed up. Yes so okay. So yeah but if you had a hat this right would understood that. Even you back instead of the fronted phrase and that's the most that's what i do for. Cats apply understandable. How is that relevant. Wanna be a star. I don't wanna be this and i to be that and i'm like i made it possible for you not to ever taken advantage of in the music industry help musicals as more important than the buddy cars close now that because knowledge is power but the long game is not mediocre record in twenty years later and you never know what you can license before and you can make an income. Basically turned into a pension plan. So i just. I mean my which is where geiko cabin for you. Actually geico came in because of seo two thousand eleven. Right thousand eleven. I get a call while. I'm at work. Dj and like. I'm getting a call at work. And then i will knock it off. Phones these don. It was a the latest. Like you've got coming in the morning more at this number moore's reporter for the new york times right and she said have you seen the doctor. Article rose by gawker road article. That obama was in you guys video. How did you even find me right. That's what i was. It was very hard by friends. Who's very hard and we did. A whole week of national press in all the major networks morning shows and at the end of that week. I had nothing to show for it and i said houses as possible. I had this opportunity and you have nothing to show for it because nobody a firing right people not just gonna remember you and love you. Because they won't they're gonna run up on you and be like hey do some for do some to be able to find you..

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Should I install optional updates on Windows?

Leo Laporte

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Should I install optional updates on Windows?

"So, um, you were talking last week about Windows updates, and he described it to update the feature updates and the, uh, critical updates. Yeah, yeah, critical of this. Um, just just just this morning, I noticed that there's a third category that they have on here. It's gonna call it optional quality update and I'm wondering if I should download that or not. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Microsoft. Yeah, there's there's feature updates or the twice a year so we're waiting for 21 H one will be the next one. And by the way, because these feature updates have been such a nightmare since 20 Oh four spring of last year. They've actually the last two of this. The one that's coming in the one from last fall have been not so much feature updates as fixes for the previous feature update. So if you've had problems with 20 or four, so many people have 21 H one will probably be a good one to get that should be out any day. Now, then they're also doing cumulative. Updates. Those air, often part of the patch Tuesday. And critical updates. I do those I rode at recommend you do those those come out every month on the second Tuesday of the month and, yeah, we get these optional updates. What they are generally is for hardware drivers. Other things that you don't necessarily have to apply there. No, there's no imminent security threat to not applying them. But I generally when I my plan with optional updates is to wait. Give it a week or two to wait and see if anybody says something like my printer won't work any more things like that. That was the big one. By the way of two weeks ago, somebody called me and said My kiss Sarah. Every time I print to it, I get a blue screen of death and windows. Yes, So did we. It turns out we have a Kia Sarah Lazar. Kiss Hera Rico and a couple other models, Microsoft said. Oh, whoops and fixed it a week later. But that said, that's the kind of thing since it is optional. It's not a security. It's not a security fix it Z usually a hardware driver update. That kind of thing. I would wait. I would give it a couple of weeks. Keep your ear to the ground. People screaming. Oh, my God is that it is terrible. If you don't hear any, you know, complaints that it's probably a good idea to do it. I usually do those because I figure you know you want the latest drivers in general for For your stuff. I wish Microsoft didn't have all these different Categories for updates it zvehr e Confusing. To be honest,

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Meet The Author, Shane Wilson, Realistic Fantasy With A Sharp Edge

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Meet The Author, Shane Wilson, Realistic Fantasy With A Sharp Edge

"To the big program as i mentioned. It's a an episode of meet the author. Shane wilson is storytelling. No matter the medium. The emphasis of his work is on the magical act of the story and how the stories we tell immortalize us and give us give voice to the abstractions of the human experience. Ladies and gentlemen please open the ears open minds and help me welcome in whoop. Waco shane wilson to the my duck pakistan. Welcome thank you so much. Thanks for being here. Now it's a pleasure so get get me hip two way our way are you are 'cause i'm not sure i know you're a southern guy. Are you giorgia I'm curly in north carolina. You know what i said. That and i don't know why i said that last night but then i was questioning myself. This is why. I asked you this at first up last night. I said it was raised in georgia. Sir right. I read your bio that you i believe born in alabama raising in georgia but i said last night on the air i said i. It's north carolina guy. And then i looked it up today and i was like no. I'm wrong. he's not where they get those carolina from now you just said it. So where did i get it from. It's not online anywhere that fact. I'm getting it actually. You might be psychic. In which case mybookie dot com is definitely a place for you but yeah i mean i feel like somewhere in the bio somewhere in all of the information out there. It probably says that. I teach college in north carolina which is true. Well i did not see. I wasn't aware of that. So you're you what are you. Teaching kalki teach english literature music. I teach composition creative writing that kind of thing very cool stuff so Tell me a little bit about yourself. How how when you kind of got the author bug. We'll start with the author stuff. Then we'll come back to the music little later on but tell me when you when you first realized the way that it should be thing Because i think i've been writing forever I i'd be hard pressed to find a moment in in my life. At least i actually remember when i wasn't writing I remember my parents buying me. An old typewriter When i was just a little kid. And i remember like i would practice spelling on it. i would ask my mom to spell for me like the the most complex words i can think of a kid it was stuff like rhinoceros right and i would ask you to spell it and then i would like pick it out and so i was practicing already getting kind of the bug and then i remember like second grade. I would write these short stories and just handwriting out. I'd put them in a one of those three prong folders and then i would draw cover and glue it on the front Like saw i was already thinking about book design and stuff even though i wasn't cognizant of that right and so yeah like from the from the jump right in has been a part of me and the through. I think the evolution is pretty similar to a lotta guys that are that are writers in that you know middle. School comes along. And now i'm writing poetry in order to hit on girls And the same kind of thing in high school. And then you get when i got into college. The academic spirit kind of squashed some of that creativity as it will do And then on the other side of college. I slowly started to chip away that published some poetry some short stories and then accidentally wrote a novel while There's a lot to respond to their. But i i'm i'm smiling because i thought i'm going to say this now even though i wanted to say this for a little bit later in the conversation but I thought when i saw romance and fantasy stuff betsy kinda stuff that either A guy who's a player trying to impress women or gate would well you know The the romance stuff is is very light. In in most of what i write every now and then i will dip a toe into that sandbox. Because i think and and i don't write traditional romance. When i do that i write stuff that kind of turns genre upside down or i try to. Because ultimately i think romance is kind of trite and empty void of a genre So when i when. I do play over there. I like to to try to get in. Turn it in on itself. A little bit But for the most part the fantasy stuff is it comes from The my academic focus. When i was at school. I studied a ton of magical realism. I had a professor who is very into that genre and sir My master's thesis was on salman rushdie and midnight's children And all that stuff so yeah so like i was reading a ton of magical realism. And so i don't write. What would be considered hard. Fantasy like tolkien. And those guys right fantasy this grounded in our reality but there are magical elements at play.

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Many older Americans not getting potentially life saving vaccines

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Many older Americans not getting potentially life saving vaccines

"Many older Americans are not getting potentially lifesaving vaccines. 46% of adults ages 50 to 79. Give themselves a great sea or lower if they were to be tested on their knowledge of vaccines, 74% admit they really need more information. We're talking about vaccinations for a number of things, and some of those in this category include flu, pneumonia, whooping cough, shingles, tetanus, and there are others in a normal year. Get this. Some 50,000 Americans die from these vaccine preventable diseases. Dr Latasha Perkins tells me older Americans are disproportionately represented in that number get a really bad shingles. But you have other medical complications, which, as we age, our immune system weakens, and so we have more complications for something that may be a simple shown single infection in the 21 year old May not look that way in a 75 year old so Chronic medical illnesses. On top of that, we couldn't cause you to be hospitalized and sometimes die. Doctor Perkins suggests people start online to find out which vaccinations they may need, then reach out to their doctors through a virtual visit to ask questions and find out what their next steps should be. If you need a list of those vaccinations, I made it super easy for you to find Just got a common news dot com Such hot link that's called Denise Whitaker.

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Can The Philadelphia Eagles Fix Carson Wentz?

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:28 min | 1 year ago

Can The Philadelphia Eagles Fix Carson Wentz?

"Let's dive into carson wentz. And i'm going to look at this. I'm going to try to look at it very very simplistically is the carson wentz. A quarterback is the most important asset. A team can have in terms of their players. Right we all know that and when you factor in carson wentz how much the eagles spent for that asset right they trade it all these picks to get up to draft him then they double down and they paid them all this money so they draft capital. They've used financial capital. They've invested a lot. They've taken this asset and they've just pumped resource whoop whoop whoop and the. Our ally was not great this year and really the last couple of years given that he was hurt has not been ideal but this year was a disaster. His play was awful. He's not going along with people along with coach. Just a problem. So i think they have to ask themselves two things. If i'm howie roseman. i'm jeffrey lurie. I don't know if i really the new coach factors in. But he should. If you're renting high level organization should an opinion number one and this is why you hire this guy potentially can. We fix them right. We've invested all this money. Is it spilled milk. Is it over or can't our new coach. Can we get more town around him. Can we fix this player. is he. A fixable player because he's our asset right now now we could be open to getting rid of them for sure that would be just. You'd be negligent. you'd be dumb not to entertain everything but we have. He's on our team. He's under contract with philadelphia. Eagles can we get them back to what he wants was three or four years ago. Do we believe we can that to me. Is the number one question. You have to ask yourself not. Can we get value back up because if you get value back up then. He's valuable to us because he plays the position he plays. We want him on this team if his values up that means he's good that means we want just that simple. Do we believe if you just use it. One to ten scale. Right if mahomes rogers brady whatever top quarterbacks or ten out of ten we've seen mahomes have flashes of like eight or nine right now he's at to. The problem is repaying them like ten but his play his locker room stuff like a two or three disaster. Can we get them back to like a seven or eight. Because if we can then he's worth keeping only they truly know how they feel about that and if they are entertaining calls then i think there's a chance they already know the answer to one. They believe whether they're right or wrong. And they would know this once. They trade him. We don't believe we can fix them. So to if i am going to entertain trading. I have to ask myself this. Is it over. Because if i can't fix them dwi believe someone else can. Because i don't wanna deal like that would just be. I don't want to deal with him anymore. Because if i'm going to trade him i am basically knowledge ing. We don't believe we can fix them and we don't really like them around here anymore. Because if i do trade him to the niners to the saints. You know to the colts i have to come to grips with. He might be good. He might go from that two or three back to a seven or eight. Hell even a nine. I have to come to grips with. Once he leaves me he might be good again.

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A New Study Says Money Really Can Buy Happiness? Not Exactly, Says the Author

Motley Fool Answers

03:16 min | 1 year ago

A New Study Says Money Really Can Buy Happiness? Not Exactly, Says the Author

"So alison what's up. Well bro as the old adage goes. Money can't buy happiness. I mean just look. At the twenty. Ten princeton study by economist angus deaton and psychologist daniel. Carlson they found that happiness goes up. The more you make put it plateaus once you get to about seventy five thousand in income doesn't matter how much you're gonna make after that. Your happiness just really doesn't improve that much the red pepper takeaways from this. Dare i say landmark. Study one being that once you have the basic necessities in life more doesn't make you much happier and the other takeaway being that the wealthier you are the more you compare yourself to the joneses and are ultimately left jealous and wanting to keep up. I mean look at richard corey. He owned one half of this whole town but was he happy. No now don't you feel better. So enjoy working in his factory but then warns matthew killingsworth had to come along with his study justice last month and restore that feeling of glueck schmierer's the germans have a word for feeling bad about the good fortune of others. Killingsworth collected one point seven million data points from more than thirty three thousand participants who provided in the moment snapshots of their feelings during daily life. So essentially it was an app it would ping them throughout the day and ask them. How are you feeling right now. And this measured what's called experienced wellness. He also asked people generally how happy they thought they were their overall happiness and apparently that's called evaluative being anyway. So what did he find. Did he confirm that. Once you look at people with income over seventy five thousand dollars happiness plateaus and you just don't get that same happy bang for your buck. No matter how much money you make well as it turns out you continue to get happier as your income rises and the study didn't find any sort of plateau and happiness after a certain level of income neither in evaluated or experienced wellbeing. Why is this well. The researcher believes that higher earners are happier in part because of an increased sense of control over their life to quote him. He says when you have more money you have more choices about how to live your life. You can likely see this. In the pandemic people living paycheck to paycheck who lose their job. Might need to take the first available job to stay afloat. Even if it's one they dislike able with a financial cushion can wait for one. That's a better fit across decisions. Big and small having more money gives a person more choices and a greater sense of autonomy and quote. So what's the lesson. go out there and make as much money as you can. Because your happiness will just keep skyrocketing actually no because the study also found that people who equate having money to success are actually kinda miserable. They often work long hours and are stressed out about their time. Whoops there goes your sense of autonomy ultimately the takeaway from the study is that money is just one factor happiness and while having money certainly beats not having money. It's ultimately about the sense of control power and autonomy that money affords you and a bunch of other factors too. I mean i'll bet. Richard cory didn't get a lot of hugs growing up so bro. Go hug

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Jessica Burlingame:How To Revitalize Your Work-From-Home Team

The $100 MBA Show

07:11 min | 1 year ago

Jessica Burlingame:How To Revitalize Your Work-From-Home Team

"Hi everybody. i'm jessica burlingame with agathon advisors. Thanks so much for joining me today. I'll be offering you for stealth moves to revitalize your work from home team whether you lead a team of two of ten or one hundred or if you are your own all star team of one. Let's dive right in first. Let's talk about why. A few stealth moves might serve you right now. Lots of us are facing unprecedented demands to work and to lead from home which can be exhausting but we still need to deliver maybe at a higher level than ever and maybe with less support and we need all the vitality and energy. We can get to make that happen. These four stealth moves may offer you. Andrew people some of the support. You need through this time. You may find as we go through this lesson today. That you're making some of these moves already. In that case today may give you some ideas to elevate your existing power moves into straight up superpower moves. because let's face it. We probably all need our inner superhero more than ever these days. And yes i do believe. We all have an inner superhero. So let's dive into each stealth move. One by one stealth move number. One is to say whoops in public. That's right you say whoops you made a mistake you own it and you move forward you make this move under many circumstances maybe even say to yourself from time to time you might be saying to me. Now hold up a minute. Don't look weak. If i admit that i messed up. Isn't it better to try and fix a problem before anybody notices or just a power through it and hope for the best. Maybe but the superpower stealth move is to say whoops in public and then to keep going. Don't hide a mistake but don't let it crush or unduly phase you either now. Let's be clear here as deloitte leaders. Jeff tough and stephen goldbach put it in. A wonderful book called detonate celebrating. Failure can be an excuse for mediocrity. That's not what we're talking about with stealth move number one. What we are talking about is acknowledging and moving on from inevitable recoverable. Mistakes to get you and your team back on track to your best work together a sap. What are some other benefits of stealth move number one saying whoops well at some point. One hundred percent of humans are going to make a mistake if you can model the trust in yourself and your teammates to say whoops and then keep moving towards a solution you might free up a whole lot of time and energy and he might also reinforce that you and your team are in this together. Even when you're physically report to recap superpower stealth move number one is to say whoops and then move on. Let's all move on now to stealth move number two which is to say. I don't know you heard it. Superpower stealth move of saying. I don't know you might make this move. When you're feeling question from a client that you can't answer right away you might be stumped as you look to fix a mistake or resolve an issue and you know confronting real uncertainties within your business as you. Listen you might be saying back to in your mind. Wait a minute don't i. Don if i admit i don't know something or underprepared isn't it better to guess right away and hope i'm proved right in the long term but the superpower stealth move here is not just to admit in public that you don't know something but also that you're working on it and or you'll find somebody who does know and or you are open to others input and knowledge as you seek the answer that will serve your team. What are some other payoffs to this stealth move. Chances are that over the course of a career or probably even day. You'll need some information that you won't have exactly when you need it being honest about that inevitable moment when it happens can liberate you and your team from scrambling to save face in the short term and from any damage control. That approach require later on. Bonus points for stealth move number. Two one of your teammates might actually know that thing that you don't and this stealth move of admitting you don't know then gets you quickly to an answer. And even more importantly perhaps gives that teammate a chance to shine revitalizing their day for sure and hopefully yours with ripple effects for the rest of the team as well to recap stealth move number two is to say. I don't know and move on as we move onto stealth move number three. Consider the superpower of saying thank you. Maybe your teammate came through with an answer you didn't have maybe your assistant saved you from scheduling fumble. Maybe your client shared feedback. That helped you up your own game. You might be saying to me. Now hang on. I say thank you all the time. How's that a stealth move first off. If you're already saying thanks frequently you are ahead of the game. Thank you second from that base. You might consider how to superpower your thank used by making them as personal as specific as possible. a simple thank. You might give the hearer a general sense of being appreciated and some positive feelings but a personal specific. Thank you can offer meaningful data about the exact value that you recognize in any teammates specific action or contribution. It might also help. Establish a valuable team of recognizing and celebrating your value to each other as you continue your data day. What are some other payoffs stealth move number three saying thank you. Well we all want to be seen for who we are at our best. That's what marcus books. And ashley goodall share in a beautiful book called nine lies about work. A freethinking leaders guide to the real world now as a leader. You might give great attention to the feedback that you offer your people saying thank. You is a little different. It's offering attention recognition. Maybe even gratitude. And how could that not give your teammate a lift it might just lift you up two

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Creativity as a Mechanism to Win

Social Strength Founder's Podcast

06:28 min | 1 year ago

Creativity as a Mechanism to Win

"Creativity as a mechanism to win. What yes that's what. I'm talking about right now. I have been just in love with my own process lately and it involves a mindset as well as a time management hack and one. I'm talking about is i work on my money making projects as my core focus of my day. That has not changed. But what has changed. Is you know grinding. It out for four years plus on doing own gig. Sometimes i get stuck or frustrated or like burnt out for lack of a better word and rather than going. Okay send a day to quit. Seven o'clock tune out. Watch some netflix six. Instead of doing that. I have implemented something else which is far more satisfying and it is. I have a set of creative projects that i'm doing and allotting time for for myself and if i do it right i can also learn. New skill sets while satisfying the creative side of my soul. So it has professional benefits as well as sole benefits as well as productivity benefits like. It's just a whoop. It's an alignment so let me explain the for myself. It might be different for you but for me. One of One project. I can think of as i wanted to learn some harmonies and lay them down on audio software. Just for fun. Because i love harmonizing and with the pandemic it's hard to get together in person and harmonize with people So i just was like well elite. How my own tracks harmonized with myself. Because it's so enjoyable. And i did that. So he became more familiar with Recording software and how to to do what i needed to do with multiple tracks et cetera. So that was a skill that i'm building and singing is obviously the harmonizing is really enjoyable So that satisfies decreed site. And then i was like well. I want to be able to quickly make any audio files. That i produce into videos so i was like all right. Quick hack and learn that real quick check and then just keep going so. That's one and then another one i have is. Oh then. this is totally frivolous inhale. Larry is and that's why i love it. L. being in my creative project rotation is that i've set up in my library. A mike stand and on it is god a microphone. Obviously and then an audio processor with the gain and everything and i plug it right into my phone. Start taking video and my dream for the for. The project is to have gene. Eat some healthy snacks and do like little. Asmar videos because it's so funny. Like i would love for him to be tic tac famous. And i don't even know dog. Asmar is something people like because it might be actually disgusting. Like i don't care. So i'm not really looking at it as like oh i'm gonna make my career out of making dog. Asmar no it's more just hilarious to me the thought of it as genre but then it also gives me more experience with equipment and working with my dog in creating content from a totally different angle and also video editing and tiktok. It's fun So those are just some examples for me. So it's it's kind of amazing you can just be working on your money making projects and then if you get stuck or you get tired Rather than just being like. I'm done for the day. That's it you just switch gears and you activate the creative part of your brain and if you do it right you can also pick up new skills on the side just for fun teaching yourself a whole manner of things and this is in addition to taking master classes or learning from your favorite business. People like i love. Jay abraham so much and radio and sara blakely and barbara corcoran and mark cuban. Of course i'm very aligned with him on social justice as well as how he approaches his whole entire career so anyway that is super fun. I wanted to talk to you guys about that. L. creativity is a mechanism win. And when no if you're doing that is well. I know a lot of people like engineering types to have multiple interests. They kinda tend to do this naturally so they just go from thing to think to think especially if they're like adhd so yeah. I've just really taken a lot of joy in this approach because it makes me feel like instead of like i'm not enough. I didn't complete you know solving this problem. That i've wanted to solve for three days. You know instead of feeling like that feeling and going. I gotta call it a night and just go watch some amazon prime. You know some movie instead of doing that. It's like i'm to. I'm a shelf this for now. And i'm going to activate a different part of my brain know because some of us are both analytical and creative

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UNTO THE SECOND GENERATION

Big Book Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

UNTO THE SECOND GENERATION

"A young veteran tells how few rupp experiences pushed him into a and how he was therefore spared years of suffering. My eyes opened onto a hazy world. Two fuzzy came into focus slowly. I realized i was in bed. And that the objects were my feet in case in a harness affair. I blinked slowly as i shifted my gaze to my arms. They also were held in some sort of strap or to gradually consciousness. Returned enough to let me know. I was in a hospital looked about the room. At one end of the bed near the foot was a printed card and beneath that was a chartered graph. I couldn't focus enough to make out the chart. But the card contained two words acute alcoholism. Then it came to me. I was in a hospital. The place hawaii the year. Nineteen forty eight. I closed my eyes and tried to think. I remembered having had a little drink of whiskey with a can of warm beer as a chaser. Then something happened. What was it. i couldn't recall. I opened my eyes again and a shadow fell across the bed. Standing there was a gray haired man tall trim and in uniform. There were gold bars on his shoulders. I'm in the us navy. This must be the doctor. He asked how i felt. I didn't reply. A cormon stood beside him. The doctor motion to the corman to undo my straightjacket and leg restraints. I moved about a little. The doctor sat down beside the bed and asked me how i felt. Do you know why you're in here. He queried. I could tell him a lot of reasons why i am here in elke ward at the age of twenty. I don't know how. I got here this trip but it doesn't matter very much i'm an alcoholic. Don't mince words. i'm a rummy. I can't control my drinking anymore. It controls me. I remember back in high school. When i was fifteen we all had lockers. The other pupils kept books pencils paper gym equipment and such stuff in their lockers. I did too. I also kept beer at fifteen. Was strictly a beer drinker. I didn't graduate to the hard stuff until i was sixteen. The other kids would light out for the hamburger hud's or the ice cream parlors. The pizza joins or bowling alleys after football games and dances. I didn't. I went to saloons where i could get drinks. I didn't give a whoop about anything. Scholastic i got a job after school pumping gas and worked until ten or eleven. At night i was the kid of the crew. I tried to mimic the talk ideas moods and even the drinking of the older man. It hurt to be considered a kid. I talked out of the side of my mouth as they did. I smoke this much. Tried to drink as much and do everything they did. Only more so. I found i could boost my income by selling gas. Coupons rationing was in effect. Then that i'd taken in earlier from other customers by filching nichols from the coke machine by short sticking customers on oil and by selling oil. I drained out of other cars. School was getting to be one big bore. I was skipping classes about two days a week and doing no book work whatever. I was failing in everything. The principal had no alternative but to expel me. I beat him to it. I quit when i was just past sixteen. I had a drinking problem on my hands even at that time. So did my parents. They both drank like fish. They had been drinking for many years. And we're getting progressively worse. Homelife didn't mean much to me. They were kind when they thought about it. But that wasn't often i wanted love and affection but i didn't get it. I did as i pleased most of the time. I wasn't burdened with parental guidance. And i didn't want any. I ran away for the second time with another lad. We got to omaha for my home in chicago. We headed out of town walking. No money cold and hungry. It was late at night. We spotted a church in a small town. We broke open a window and got inside. We started to light some matches to see but the draft blew them out so we rolled old newspapers together and made torches to find a good soft pugh and get some sleep. My torch blazed madly in the pew caught fire. We heard some yells outside. A busload of basketball players had been passing and saw the flames. They summoned the fire department. And the sheriff. I spent the next three days in a sell. My dad who was a newspaper man and had some connections. Had meantime put a stop on me. And i guess that report went all over the country. We were identified. And i was put on a train for chicago. The sheriff bad as goodbye very happily. I think dad paid him something to let me go

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"whoop" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"whoop" Discussed on Lured Up - A Pokémon GO Podcast

"I got a remote raid invite. I do you have the game open when driving but I will never do a raid while driving so it was going to ignore it but I saw it was a Jim I literally just passed through was clear. So I did a u-turn I figured I would pop in the lobby my free pass beat it up then continue on home well when I got to. The Gym I couldn't join with my free pass. It would only let me join with the remote pass I message the guy about restarting the lobby. It was just both his accounts in there and he did, but he invited me again. So I could join again even after the invite went away from the screen, I couldn't start the lobby so I restarted the up. I had told him that I was parked at the gym but that apparently did translate to you don't need to invite me. So I told him I am here please don't invite me or I cannot join I am going to join with my free pass. except I said this with proper punctuation and not in all caps. and. So eventually, we did the raid, the end piece Sir Manda. That's fucked up. I didn't know this. That's. It. So I'm standing at the gym your home. You can see the gym. You remote rate you remote pass into the gym to do the rate. Then invite me but I'm standing at the gym and because you invited me, I don't have the option to use my regular battle pass. That stinks that's a bug that's a bug. Like that they I understand that may not be a common thing but. Think about this thinking about this. Year standing at a rate. And someone you don't like his twenty feet away from you at the rate. and. You don't want them to do the raid so you could just send him an invite to the. Can't do it well, then they'll just send fred you unless the user. I don't know this is a Sir Manda. This is a good one. Definitely a good one. I didn't realize this. So totally totally funny but I'm glad it worked out for you. Yeah. I, Hope I. WHO I let's get into the close of the show here with our Gear Tina, Raid Guide and b-battle party. Whoop Whoop Adam. You heard me right it's a battle party. It's a what It's a battle.

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"whoop" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

Menace 2 Society Podcast

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"whoop" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast

"Editor off or do you do what everybody else does. This creates Shit Berlin Wall. which what I happen everywhere where we had a man fourth when my time on earth is gone John Activities here are fast I want? They bury the upside down in. My critics been kissed by all right. Welcome to menace to society episode. Forty really excited about it at about nine hundred sixty five thousand downloads downloads. Ready for this million dollar million listener week so really excited about it. Plus we've dropped. The tailgate can have a couple more huge things coming out in the next week week. This platform is growing and expanding. Some current events made huge news from the NCAA. The top decision-makers voted unanimously Tuesday to start the process awesome modifying its rule to allow college athletes to profit from their names images likenesses. Their quote was in a manner consistent with the collegiate collegiate model. which leaves a lot to wonder? But you knew this is GonNa Happen. I we mentioned it suits. California passed the bill allowing college athletes to get paid paid the. NCAA was in a bind. Because here's some states are gonNA pass it and allow it. And now they have. What are they gonNA do? What is their option at that point? Are they going to disqualify disqualify every college from California. Every college athlete in California is no longer allowed to participate in the NCAA they would. It would have been the most disastrous thing for the NCAA and really it would have caused an organization like the guy or a new organization to I guess sprout and then all of a sudden. They're in competition which they don't they don't want competition they want to. They want to have that. That singular monopoly on college athletics. which so they had to pass this? It had to happen so the real question and I have and I think everyone should have is. How how will this work? How would they monitor it because you know they are going to have insane rules and regulations on it? They're going to try to control stuff that's uncontrollable they've really the landscape landscape of college. Football's about the change more dramatically than in any point. I mean I'd say this is the most important legislation since the scholarship limit on football back in the day. Used to be able to have two hundred fifty kids on scholarship and the bear Bryant said the world would have they would just offer everyone take everyone. They'd have fifty kids and assigning class and it was insanity sanity because a lot of these kids wouldn't play but they'd have pick of the litter and when they put out the eighty-five scholarship limit. It drastically changed the landscape. And how recruiting went and how those big schools then lost out on those diamonds in the rough so that ended up going to maybe a lesser school that all sudden lesser school increase their performance in grew in improved proved and all of a sudden. Now it wasn't just Alabama Oklahoma Ohio state and a handful of teams. It was the whole country landscape out. This is the most impactful legislation relation probably since then that changes the landscape of college football. And how it's GonNa work and so I would imagine they're going to have a lot of stipulations nations on how you can be compensated for your likeness and not only that but how much and where does that money go. Those are going to be the issues they have to face. But it's awesome. I mean I've said it from day one. I think that they should be allowed to do this. Everyone else in college is allowed to do this. If you're a violinist on violin scholarship you can go out and give violin lessons if if you are on an academic scholarship because you're brilliant mathematician then you can go out and tutor kids in math. I mean every other venue in college in the collegiate landscape scape was able to do this except for athletes. So now they'll be able to and I think it's. It's absolutely what needed to happen. And now I think it just needs to make they make make sure that this doesn't ruin college athletics because it should happen. But there's there's definitely an opportunity here for this to really really make a turn into a bad situation if you if you're just GonNa let boosters at Alabama pay a kid for his image and likes to. He's going to be a millionaire tomorrow. And that's an especially you talk about. A that will change. Recruiting schools will start talking about the salaries that their kids are making to entice recruits to go there. If they say oh are starting twenty two on offense and defense bring in fifteen million dollars a year being compensated for their likeness. Then these kids. I mean that's a lot of money. These these kids are GONNA go well. We'll have stayed only brings in fourteen million Alabama brings in fifteen million so they get paid more. I'm going to go there. My family could use that money. So this there's a so much that we are in a wait and see mode for sure but I just had to address it in and of course of course this happens and then there has to be that one asshole soul sure. Enough Senator Richard Burr from North Carolina decides that. He's GonNa come out and he's going to seek taxing. He wants the tax scholarship a student athletes who cash in and so which is the most asinine thing in the world and the question is are. You GonNa Tax Academic Scholarships or are you going to tax music scholarships or are you GonNa attacks attacks all these grants and what about. What are you GONNA tax? Not only that. But Right now scholarships outside of tuition and textbooks any time it's applied to room border transportation or anything else other than tuition and textbooks it is taxed so it's already taxed. I mean it could be taxed as high as almost forty percent and so what are we talking about now. What he's really talking about is breaking? These scholarships into a deserving class of scholarship recipients. That that don't get taxed and then a less deserving scholarship recipient class that that is GONNA get tax for their their likeness. And they're gonNA get taxed for their scholarships. And here's the thing like you're already he gonNA get taxed if you go out and you work at a football camp and provide instruction because you're a great football player that income you're going to get taxed on that but this this asshole had to come out and talk about taxing. Their scholarship like leave him alone. What are we talking about here? This guy is a complete jackass that immediately. If Oh go figure this is the government government. We live in the minute that they say all right student athletes can Benefit off their their image and likeness. He said well. We need to turn this into governmental revenue right now. So he goes out and says I'M GONNA tax their scholarship. Get Out of here. That's the bad take rich bad. Take but I really really excited to see how it pans out. It's going to be cool. It's definitely flee a big change in the landscape of college football and college athletics. In general the other thing I wanted to talk about I feel like I not dropped the ball but I want I want to Talk more under the hood and insider accounts on the heels of the analysis. The Ohio state game last week and more specifically the the Notre Dame debacle at Michigan on Saturday Saturday in the Oklahoma and Texas losses. I really want to talk about what that experiences like. When you're involved in taking an ASS whooping 'cause it's happened to me a couple of times in my career and it's it's very different obviously than anything else? I'm going to happen. We played Iowa Clemson twice Michigan State. That's just an Ohio. State had several in my career. The biggest thing is that I noticed and I'm watching those games and I'm watching the sidelines. And that's what I want to see the temperament and mood of the team coaches because when that is occurring can you talk about momentum is against you and you just can't do anything right and you're I mean sliding downhill. Everything's against you it takes. I mean an extraordinary ordinary act to turn the tide and when the that doesn't happen it's like suffocating underwater and you watch the mood specifically from Notre Dame name on the sideline. It's just complete demoralization. These kids are feel like we are getting our ass it to us and they are better than us and that is a dangerous Chris. Dangerous thing to have happened. And then the coaches it's like what are they pissed off. How's the dynamic in the staff and I know that you when we play Michigan State in two thousand fifteen we were? I mean or Virginia Tech Really Michigan State specifically though we're losing Virginia. We're losing to Michigan State and it's evident. I mean. We had the better team but they were just out playing us and we could do nothing right. We had issues all over the field and the dynamic on the headsets told you everything it was like complete complete terror terror. I mean offense. This is on offense. I didn't hear the defense but on offense it was like silence no recommendations and when you would recommend there was no one one at coordinator positions to have conviction enough to say. That's a great call. Let's do it or no. I WANNA do this. It was it was. I mean I mean it's amazing to watch that unfold fold because you know what's going on I mean there is a complete landslide momentum against a team la La Notre Dame on Saturday and the coaches are sitting there. And it's like you. I WanNa see that demeanor. Are they going to coach them up. OR THEY'RE GONNA fire them up and get them through it. Are they going to try to find a way to change momentum and that's what Notre Dame could not get done. That's what Texas could not get done. That's what Oklahoma. What could get done? They could not turn the momentum and now each game was different. Notre Dame got absolutely slapped all over the field and Oklahoma lost a closer game so every the Games a little different but the real question then is is. How do you deal with a negative experience like a game like that is it? finger-pointing blame complained defend urban. UCLA time BCD. Do you blame complained defend or are you introspective. You look at yourself as the quarterback coach as the receiver coach as the starting quarterback starting left tackle. What is the demeanor? That's the curious thing right. Now at Notre Dame is. What is the demeanor that Brian Kelly is permeating through the locker room? Because there's a number of things you need to do one is you need to be. You can't be on Lou. Holtz used to say all the time. There's a time to be really hard on your team is when they have a big win the time to not be so hard on your team is when they have a bad loss because you have to build back confidence you've to build up the personality of your team and so how are they handling it today. Like how are they handling this week week..

"whoop" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"whoop" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"For the next five minutes because we're going to talk about the battle of winter fell and its intersections with sports so aria, obviously everybody knows. Just giving people time to go. If they hadn't did on you. Did he I wanna give much tiled? So she killed the night. King whoop. What are you thinking episode? Just real quick. Did you like it? There were people. Really hated it. I didn't hate it. No. I liked it. Yeah. I was surprised by it. Which was cool. Yeah. There were there. I have questions. I have a lot of question. But I'm going to wait until I see the next three episodes before I make like affirm decision. Yeah. Look, I think people have a lot of notes on like it could we built up to this for so long, blah, blah, blah, a couple of things. Remember, they're doing a prequel of the of the show of the part with the night king and the formation of the Nike and the children of the forest and all that right? That's what it's focusing on. I think so I'm sure there's going to be a lot of stuff there that they can't necessarily give us right now. Second of all like, they're they're still three episodes and one will probably be the second battle. I don't know when it will be. But there are two other episodes. There's probably plenty of other stuff. And I think three there's really nothing they could have done that would have been like, that's it. Oh my God. Amaze? Thing. I don't think anybody ever would have been happy, of course, have been building up to this for seasons and seasons. Nobody thought before it was happening that aria was going to be the one nobody did. So it is surprising. An in the moment. We were all shocked because it went from hold it. Hold it. Hold three in a row, and I did a graph in its audio medium. But like it was oh my God are is going to kill him. Oh my God Arias dead now. Oh, my God aria isn't dead and she killed him. Like, it was that was a like whole like. That look like people forget because we now are looking back on it being like, well that wasn't that. Crazy. Yes. It was you your pants. You know that you did you sat on the edge of your seat. You're like Erin foster in his security footage from his house where you're like, no. No. Like it was. So it was very intense. Was it perfect. No, could I see it on my TV. No, I gotta get a new TV something's wrong with your TV a thousand per cent. My TV there's something wrong with it. It looked like trash, and I know that it's my TV's fall. You know, why? Because I play a lot of fortnight, and I get screen burn from it, which they said this TV wasn't supposed to have. But it has it and I'm upset, and I know that I it's my TV's fault. I'm going to buy a whole new TV. And you're not gonna knew how. So I can watch game of thrones. That seems good. I just think we let's let's give them three more episodes decide. It's also a imagine making a TV show based off of a bunch of books, and then you catch up to the books and the guy who's supposed to be writing more books as like soon. I also would be like, dude. Now, I gotta do this thing that I didn't start right now. I gotta do it Justice and end it, they're probably freaking out. And if they're not then I'd be annoyed. But I guarantee you there like we really got to do this Justice. And we don't we didn't write any of that first stuff. I wonder if I wonder if Georgia are Martin was like this was my plan. What's no, definitely not first of all second of all. I went on his blog because he keeps a blog because I wanted to see what he thought about that episode even though obviously he's not going to say in the mother blogging about the draft. Oh, yeah. Get the get out. Stick to not sports. Joe giant write a book those start people whose are blogs there because they want to write a book, and nobody gives what they have to say..

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"whoop" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"whoop" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Whoops, nine forty eight. It is one of three my fantasies Valentine the morning so about outta here. The podcasts at ten o'clock today. Today's podcast will be hosted by the one and only Brian. Brian burton? Yes. Forgot about the big shirt and Brian Berge. You don't wear Bickerton anymore. Okay. You have cut back on this. Thank you do to peer pressure. Surprise you to host the podcast today. You can listen to the vowel show sideshow. It's all original content. When we get off the air, we start taking a little after ten is posted by ten thirty usually and you can get that on the free iheartradio app podcast section of I tunes, and listen and check out the bell show setup. We have one hundred episodes. Yeah, we're doing and this also bits and pieces of the air on Sunday nights. Are I know we're doing a podcast radio show. Now where we put the best of the podcast on the radio show Sunday nights on my offense. It's very hard to figure out. It's very full circumspection. You mean, so we should one day the radio show on the podcast? I think we do actually we have a full show podcast up on our website as well. Mind blown so Brian anything you want to talk about for today's podcast. What's going to be on there? Well, god. There's a big push by this company to get more podcasts going and be the start of the Brian Burton podcast. We'll see how it goes. That's all. I'm gonna say. Wow. That makes us feel really good. This Brian striking out on own. That's gotta be a conflict of interest because you're the producer of our morning show and of our podcast. So then you're going to start using your best ideas for your your silly little interest to.

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