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"yorgos" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Plan then? Well, are they taking care of you making enough money now from the babysitter? No, dad, not nearly enough, considering all the hard work that I'm doing. It's a good thing that you don't need them on. I'm saving up for something. Yeah, well, what are you saving up for? Your own apartment? Yes. She's doing just that. Daddy's not gonna be paying for that apartment forever. But she's very hardworking. Listen, maybe you and max could discuss this in more detail together. I mean, maybe he could help you find the ideal position. I'm sure he can, but I already have a plan in a path, so I don't need that. Sweetheart. Feminism isn't exactly what I call a career. Is that my career? It's a lens. Through which to see my career. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. That was a clip coming out of the break from Emma seligman's Shiva baby. A film didn't make either of our lists, but I think we both liked it quite a bit at them and actually as a golden brick contender. Yeah. We definitely liked it enough to put it among our 5 finalists for the golden brick, it's an award. We've been giving out since 2009 to our favorite overlooked or underseen film of the year from a new or emerging director. This comes with some pedigree. Josh our previous winners include Sean baker for tangerine, yorgos lanthimos for dogtooth and koga nata for Columbus. The way it works is we nominate films throughout the year. We give them at least a few minutes on the show if not a full review at the end of the year then we narrow that list of nominees down to usually about 5 finalists and we vote. You and I get a vote or producer Sam gets a vote. The film spotting VIPs, the members of our extended family, that would be the host of the next picture show. Plus Michael Phillips plus, the former host of film spotting SVU Matt singer and Alison wilmore, they all get to chime in and of course we can't forget the listeners they get to vote as well via film spotting .NET and that's when your favorite part, the math gets involved. Oh man, it's more convoluted than Netflix's algorithm for what they serve up next to you. It might just be. So we're simply asking you what film should win the 2021 golden brick award and we will choose from all of these votes the winner of this poll will get the most points for consideration in that complicated formula. The choices Josh R identifying features from Fernanda valez will hear a little bit more about that one in just a bit. The killing of two lovers from Robert mcewan, Adam, as he mentioned, has that as number 7 for him this year, 9 days from Edson oda saint maud from rose glass and then the film we just heard Shiva baby from Emma seligman. You can vote in the poll right now. It's ready for you at film spotting .NET, though, of course, you know, you've got some time as well if you need to do some homework and catch one or two or more of those finalists. You can find out more information about them and where to watch them at film spotting .NET slash bricks. We're going to announce the winner of the 2021 golden brick award next month. During our 2021 rap party. Now I'm not trying to sway it in any way. Obviously, we know which film I'm leaning towards because it's the only one that's on my top ten list. You have only one of these on your top ten list. But I think the movie that maybe has the best shot if enough people catch up with all these titles, I think it might be 9 days. Do you have a favorite among the listeners? A prediction? Yeah, I think I'd fight more fiercely for you with you over our personal favorites. But I think those two, the ones we both like the best might fare the least well, just a little more little lower under the radar maybe. So 9 days I've seen a lot of love for understandably so. But I think it could have competition from Shiva baby. People seem to feel as passionately about that one. So yeah, I'm eager to see how this plays out. Identifying features is the first film by director Fernanda valadez. It's a Mexican film that, like many others in the last few years, centers on the drug related valleys that has afflicted Mexico for over a decade now. But this one is particularly unique in that it follows a mother searching for her child and it's a devastating film. It's a hard way to say, but I feel like it's an important film and the way that it handles the darkness and the evil that prevails in this violence situation. Just drool in deafness, speechless. I won't be more but this is a mother who is trying to find her son, whether he's dead or alive and just the fact that the premise begins with her, you know, anticipate in that it's very likely that what you will find are his remains and not him alive. It just sets the tone for how powerful and how difficult this story can be. And the director handles it with such a beautiful eye and delves into abstract sort of imagery to convey the sort of point in message of this film. So it opened back in January. And so it's been a little bit forgotten now I feel, but hopefully more people will watch it. As it is received, praise at the end of the year, hopefully. Thank you. Thanks to critic and trivia spotting participant Carlos aguiar for sharing his pick identifying features. Carlos also has bylines at the LA times New York Times and Roger Ebert dot com..
"yorgos" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Dot com mrs delta purchases more than one billion dollars worth of sustainable aviation fuel also known as af wonder if they call that saf But what we have here is delta. Airlines has signed an agreement with the mattis for saf for sustainable aviation fuel. It's a ten year contract worth more than a billion dollars and in the eighty s press. Release they say for two hundred and fifty million gallons of blended fuel containing sustainable aviation fuel or saf to be delivered over a ten year term of the agreement and that's value Estimated to be more than a billion dollars the fuel is gonna be produced. Pretty close to you brian. Right in broad riverbank california. How how close is that to. You actually don't know where. Riverbank is also california. Probably next to a river. Yeah maybe perhaps good quick google maps to see about that so most happy to close. If i don't know where it is. They're well they're building this. Here's a here's a clue. They're building this on a hundred twenty five acre site of former. Us army amunition production plant site but Their technology the they're they're kind of centered around creating this fuel from waste forest and orchard. Would so there is no cry. I guess no crops or something that would otherwise be foodstuffs being used here as plants going produce ninety million gallons per year Expect this fuel to be available in twenty twenty four so pretty good and and riverbanks out by modesto which literally is in the middle of nowhere california. Now i guess. I understand why they were doing menial. I mean their munitions out there but you know it's interesting delta delta was the one that purchased the fuel refinery to they're they're they're constantly thinking ahead is far as gasol far yorgos but i heard a story here on the news where they were talking about biofuel being less than three percent of the fuel that's consumed so although this is a really large contract it certainly isn't much as far as what burned year on a percentage basis. In fact i tried to poke around at that. I mean what i really wanted to answer was the question What percentage of delta's annual jet fuel consumption with this represent and i I found something called business. Quant and they have a piece. Delta airlines fuel consumed two thousand sixteen to twenty twenty one. And i don't know anything about business. Quant or their methodology for Arriving in this This data but they said owing to delta's massive fleet the number of flights per day the airline uses about three point four billion gallons of fuel every year. So if we're talking about twenty two hundred fifty million gallons as a result of this contract signed over ten years it's still a really really small percentage But you can say you're doing something. Yeah that's true and it's a start so not not to minimize the the accomplishment here but to be truly meaningful yet. It's becoming clear that these kinds of things need to be scaled. Way way way up another item. This is from paddle your own canoe. Who all this is from trescott who You know he never showed up. Max trescott never showed up. We'll have to Give him a hard time but Yeah i guess was it he who had a paddle your own canoe article a couple of weeks ago. This is united is restarting cargo. Only flights because the delta variant is having such a big impact on bookings you know he put this one in for me. Because i'm not flying. Nearly as much as i used to so united's feeling the pain. They yeah so well they had you know. Been operating some cargo only flights When the Passenger bookings took a you know fell off a cliff but They have gotten away from that. The the cargo only flights because of increased bookings but because of the delta variant apparently. It's going back down again. And so united is set to resume cargo. Only flights using empty passenger planes is the article. Describes passenger planes can be used for freight in different ways. One is just fill up the cargo. Hold send the the plane on. Its way with no passengers or in some cases airlines have been carrying freight in the passenger cabin. Sometimes of strapping boxes two seats others have removed the seats to make for for more room. So airlines are you know dealing with this in in different ways. I'm wondering if this you know sort of on again off again. Visit a passenger planes at a cargo plane I wonder if this is going to lead to some long-term changes. I i don't know. I'm thinking about Airline buys was that should come by. I mean alaska. Air flew combines. A long time gary. The back of the airplane was passengers in the front of the airplane. With cargo is some thirty. Seven seven hundreds. Yeah so. I wonder if airlines are going to plan for more flexibility in terms of how they utilize their aircraft. When these kinds of things are happening or i wonder if they're getting back to the kombi thing. I wonder if this will lead to design changes from the air framers that will make it easier for an operator to switch between cargo and passengers put in a much larger rear door by the galley. Yes containers in an outright to offer the flexibility Because it would seem like well things like that. Just make it a gaping hole and you just put cargo knitting seats along the sides of the few sized allah every military air force on the world. It would it. would you know there. There are certain people. Like i won't say a certain irishman who mr o'leary who wouldn't mind having an airplane that he could just have cargo seats and the for his passenger so and some of the slimline seats are equally as comfortable as those canvas netted seats for sure. Yes so the implications. I'm excited to see what might come of this. Or maybe things go back to the way they were. I think for the long term. I think cargo is going to be more much more. More of a moneymaker than it is then passengers. I mean and what we thought was a recovery earlier. This year is really not a really a recovery. And you know with thousands of ships stuck off the coast of los angeles with all of my product for my store. Were they're gonna have to. I mean people waiting for stuff and all of these shortages etc. Airplanes are going to be a huge factor. So i think airlines are seriously going to consider. You know i mean if fedex amazon and ups can't keep up with the loads the airlines. They got airplanes and they've got pilots. So i mean why not strip of them of the seats and fly them. Great right mica sent in Story british airways boeing triple seven. Pilots will go on succumbed bent to cutter airways over the winter. It whoa this is also from paddle your canoe paddle your own. Canoe.
"yorgos" Discussed on The Jump
"This is announced sixty minutes. Seventeen this sixteen seventeen year old. Kid what are you talking about. Like his labor is messed up. He's like a seventy year old guy that drinks all the time because when you work out every day and you go to school comeback donate and then it at eleven. Am and that's your life is going to be over timing mess up. Wherever jaanus was headed next in his professional career one thing was becoming apparent his time playing at home in athens was ending as part of a typical draft strategy for a young european prospect. Yorgos pano and your goes metropolis began negotiations with spanish professional team in zaragoza. The first thing that i was asked i would tell you about To help was to check the move them out from simple. Yeah when i met him living at support and You know it was very tough. Six people to live in indiv- twenty five square meters said impossible. His mother was having some issues because of the call that this house had so my first task is to move them to over to a new house. Bigger one to be closer to the gym and From first day. I understand how important were for yannis. I will never forget that When we weren't hospital and make his mother has to stay inside for the checkout because they couldn't find what she had told him. You know now it's time to leave you know who become literally the morning he said. Don't know mr pardon me. I'm gonna sit here now my friend to public hospital. You cannot nobody say no. I'm staying. So he was hidden in the in the toilet restroom whenever tonight he come out and he slept on a chair Outside of of of her room a one that was no I think that this guy is serious with family when what means for him Leaving example when he got there the deal from santa rosa and my partner metropolis. We announced him about you. Know my friend when the championship. We're gonna end. You have to go there and you go pick a place to stay. You will see the people to make somebody practices and to see the living and he said Excuse me what you mean. I have to go there. We will go. Because she's mother was that he was under rates and so she had to read the contract. I say in my and make a joke. She said why you want to take your mother with you. You're a young guy you know You will have found there so you have to go and immediately. He sat down. Start crying racist to. I'm not going anywhere and he. He he tore up the contract. Hey what are you doing. nano mr pundits. Go and start falling. We left we get in the car. I have bugden one one small theater. He was in there with his mother and he said cring say you think that now that they got money i will forget my mother and my family and you must never forget that in. Forget that say often relax. No he was joking about that. We got the work so that was my strong experience. That's my business. By how important formerly is he was ready to note to ruin everything yours. Yours is To make all this press easy but he does know that. I'm really stubborn. He no he took me to the doctor. Check my knees. And he was telling me and he made me signed. The contract was like now gay. Go like yours. I'm not going moments. But i gotta take my family. My parents with me was like yeah but do what he Going on. I don't trust this. I go with my family. I ended up percents. Sure like now from the first guy to make that leap. I'm that live with my family. And i remember in his car and i was. I was crying. My mom was in the back seat and my mom. She's so quiet she said nathan cried on. What about it. you help everybody. We know you want to help everybody. I don't want to just go play. But you could see like she was. She was hurting to like. She was sad that i might go. And you know best change a lot of people you know when you get a little bit of money change you you know you yet my family back home you send if somebody thinks he's already by that's all yours. I'm like if you really think. I'm going to spain by myself my family. There's no way sir. But.
"yorgos" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast
"Yeah sponge variety. If i'm wrong he worked on. He worked on On a sponge free labor. We were mentioning the were mentioning these nineteen Nineteen early twenty century. Greek diverse going for for sponges. On a kind of Depleting the pita. The seat he was he was italian. Navy i i'm a wrong. The navy The laissez yeah. It wasn't a navy. So you have this. Diver yorgos highly study rick diver. We need to remember that This is nineteen eleven so dangerous because we went to believe that. Yeah with information about these. We have but we don't complex. This ship was the a regina. Wasn't regina margherita so we are in nineteen eleven basically are in the aegean and the they They get their encore Stuck on the bottom of the sea. They couldn't move the the sheep and they couldn't recover the encore and I'm basically what happens. Is that he was like over sixty meters deep. Which crazy of course and he He basically went to the navy. And said okay okay. Edu if you pay me some money and do allow me to use dynamite for fishing. Which is now we say these. And he's like oh. My god is crazy. But i was working. I was working at going for my this rotation dick or you can golf This was like thousand fourteen fifteen and using explosives on fishing. Let's say that you could hear from time to time some explosions on the gulf. I cannot believe this is still happening but sorry. Sorry i'm going to see my ayso also heard it in indonesia while i'm pretty certain that's what was happening. Yeah yeah anyway. He asks for these for money. This permission to to these you know and I can do it. I can do it. I just can't retrieve the the ankle so you need to pull the money on on these. The whole point of these stories that he he just free. He went over sixty meters regard. The the younger and And so they didn't have to find a new one. I'm so well what happened. Is that Well as any military in cheap there was a doctor onboard and he was fascinating about the performance of Of these Of these greek diver so he regarded everything and he polish everything and for a long time. for a long time it was the media something gracie basically people are nowadays ally. It could be real over seven meters underwater. You know like a and the sixty nearest these. This has to be alive. The timing you were mentioning. You know that when you are on top of the when you're on the shore. Perhaps time goes to the beef speed. I presume that the doctor regarding these have some kind of or something it was. I mean it was a they. He recovered the anger. That is a fact. The encore came back to the sheep. Now why is it. Seven minutes watching over sixty meters We only have the the data from the doctor..
"yorgos" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"They were already in dive. If they came out in a double tight situation, then you think about changing your personality was the third one or something, and you wanted to get another backup. There may be playing nickel instead of time that never happened There. Personnel groups stayed the same. Bears personnel groups stayed the same. They just subbed out wide receivers to get fresh players on the field. You figure in that situation, you're probably throwing a nickel or dime right package out there anyway, right here because he's got to throw the ball and move it, and it is hard to see because most of the time they were focused on the clothes. Picture of, you know, five guys, and that was yet but when they widened out, you can see what was happening. And what, and then you shall receive her go off in his receiver Come out, So factually speaking, That's answers the question from yesterday. As we move forward, wondering whether we want the bears to lose the rest of the games or if we wanted to win the rest. I hate that conversation. You know up in the break, but what's that? What's better right now? I mean, the Chicago Bears five and 11. 97 you know, And if if you want change, if you think that's what's best, and I got to say, I think that's probably what's best. Yes. Then you almost have to root for the catastrophe, And that would be from five and one toe a five and 11 season and that Z terrible. I don't want it to be that way. But is that the most pragmatic thing is that what they should be? Like what? What is what best serves the organization and in turn the investor of sauces fans like Do you want them to totally implodes it that they change it all? And so that there is forced to be Major change major shift in thinking I said shift you did say shift and let's and then you just keep your fingers crossed that they know how to hire the right people. Unfortunately, they've displayed A dramatic inability to hire the right people over the years, you know, and they displayed a dramatic Inability to properly Scout and vet the quarterback class of 2017 and Dan Wiederer, who's going to join us in an hour that he and his colleagues at the Tribune wrote an article about this a year ago, and they kind of circle back to it this week, because I'm sorry there's no avoiding it. Sean Watson's coming here for the first time. There is no avoiding it. And so they sort of With some newer details. Revisit what went so wrong in 2017 and how there was barely a conversation with Shawn Watson. Yeah, they sat down with him at the combine. After that, That was it. The Bears never talked to the show wants of John Lynch ever writes a book. It'll be John Lynch. The fleecing of Ryan Pace. Fleecing of Ryan Pace. So here we are. And here we are. We're we're at down 3123321776. Yeah. Come along and win a football game. Right, guys. 3123323776, That's the number. You could hit us up on Twitter at your co 64. I'm a Carmen to Falco, Seth Payne Yorgos, former teammate who does radio down in here. He doesn't morning radio down in Houston. He doesn't pregame show for the Houston Texans. He also played for the Houston, Texas five years. Yes, he did. That's that's going to join us in about 30 minutes. Tracy Butler's got weekend weather. So a lot to do today. Plus, we have a fun game involving our very own Randy American, Our executive producer who we love to death. We got something fun for Randy. He didn't even know about it in just a little bit. It's Carmen and your call will be right back. You're listening to Carmen in your co on ESPN 1000..
The top waiver-wire pickups for Week 3 of fantasy football
"Tap waiver wire picked for me this week. Is going to be 40 Niners runningback Jerick. McKinnon makes sense. McKinnon is available currently in 73% of ESPN League, so widely available and with the most injury, coupled With Kevin Coleman also being gone for a couple of weeks. This seems like an opportunity for the big free agent signing for Kyle Shanahan Step up and have Ah productive week and at least for a couple of weeks. I think he's the at least for this week. I think he's definitely the best ad long term. Maybe not because most it will return. So if you're just looking for help for this week, maybe a couple of weeks. Jerick. McKinnon is your best bet this week on the planet Jets, other playing A. Who cares? The Giants there. Still, I stayed in New York and you look the Giants Steelers. The Bears have run the ball on the Giants, and they stayed in New York. They're playing the Giants, so I would think that that's they're going to try to ground and pound. This is saline advice is always from the update and grapple is positive, right? Like they think he's gonna play? Yes, Okay again, though, it's it's obviously Tuesday, so it's hard to say anything definitively. But my cannon is the top waiver wire pick up, especially If you're hurting at running back, and if you have sake one if he had most, sir, if you had McCaffrey, and now you're starting to Sergio. Look, Yorgos got to start Jamal Williams from crying out. I got Jamal waves in my story. You might be hitting your waiver wire to pick up Jack Kennedy on the can, For sure, he's gone in one of my All right. Who else? Hide Let me fire Rams running back. Donald Henderson was highly drafted. You have Malcolm Brown, who left last week's game with a finger injury, along with Who's the other Ocampa and left with a rib injury as well. So Darnell Henderson stepped in. I think I believe you had 80 total yards from scrimmage. So Donald Henderson is my second ad. He is available in 54% of leagues. 50 44. That's good Darnell game this week. Rams and Bill's about it to Owen omits to know that those of a good man, that's an exciting game. This's now I'll give you a couple of guys right here. One's more of a long term play. The other is going to be a better bet. Immediately, but probably not for the long term. Joshua Kelly, Los Angeles Chargers, he is it looks like he has stepped right into the Melvin Gordon roll from last season. Austin Heckler obviously, is the main running back that you want with the Chargers. Things were better. With Justin Herbert under center. It's undeniable. Tyrod Taylor comes back. I'm I'm not nearly as enthused, but I have a hard time believing Anthony Lynn is just going to give the ball back to Tyrod Taylor. If Justin Herbert continues to be productive, why
"yorgos" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Make sure you are tuned in. The conversation I just had with Jeff, which about how we need to be concerned about our consent. On our representation. Is the subject of our latest podcast on the constitutional conversations. All you need to do is download the I heart to radio app the free I heard radio app and look up constitutional conversations. Find that and you could start listening. We go into further detail about this whole thing because we do have pushed back, But we have to know where to push back. Also, I have an article posted by Jeff footage on this issue. And make sure you're tuned in at the top of the hour because I talked to a lawyer about this because I'm telling you, there's more businesses that are pushing back, But we don't need to push back on on the fact that the The decree discriminates. No No, no, no. I think these decrees violate our own state laws. And the Legislature, even though they made a move. Given the governor this power, it might not be constitutional. That's Where it needs to be tested. Ah, in Ah Jeffs opinion. And in my opinion, the N B A. The MBA is getting underway. All this exciting. The players are in a bubble. You're not allowed to leave. Ah, one digging in trouble because he looked. I think he went out and got some chicken wings is somebody that he broke a curfew and proto protocol. But right now, everybody in the bubble is covert free. So they're going to try to keep them in the bubble as they play basketball. And, of course, Thie N B. A is woke. That's why they're going to be allowed to have some slogans on their jerseys. Black lives matter. Pro Pro Woke up slogans and black lives matter is now part of the court right on the sidelines there where to get the chair socially distances, the big black lives matter. So we're all they're done right? They get to use their platforms to push the their ideology. Senator Josh Holly. Republican. Missouri was on the telly last night, and he blew the N B, A and and and and Ah LeBron James wide open. He's accusing the corporation. Of of using slave labor. These items, of course are made in China. And the Chinese don't have the same labor laws that we do. It is a matter of fact, just Holly introduced a bill to hold businesses accountable for having slave labor in their supply. When they go around when you have your supply chains going back and forth, you know you are aware you should be every step of the way here Now. When that supply chain Leeds, United States, it could get kind of hinky. And Holly said that the MBA was a classic example. And that all of their Nike uniforms were made would force labor in China's I think is the weaker camps, concentration camps, the Uighur Are a group of Muslims. That reside in. I believe western China in the Chinese don't like the Uighurs. So they have been imprisoning them. They have been. We're reading these reports, imprisoning them doing a science social research on them, sort of like what the Nazis did to the jails. Is not a good thing. Now we have LeBron James early on in this controversy talking about Yorgos. Some people should have stayed in school. Something's people get hurt when they said that they need to be responsible for the things that they say. Now he's being as Hey, LeBron. Did you know that the people that are making your shoes Are our slaves. Oh, my goodness. You have Senator Holly. He said he would challenge the MBA Adam Silver, all the endorses of Nike products. Like LeBron to take a pledge that they will that they Will be slave free that they would not use their product lines. Slave labor. I mean, that should be easy. One right? Is a new hashtag trending on Twitter hashtag slave free. Pledge that you won't do it. They need to drop the whole product line. And this thing this bill goes through. I mean, of course, it's not going to make it through the Democrat run. But you know what? I think the exposure is what is going on here? We got corporate America and we got their celebrities. They're hawking their products. They've been playing his game for a while. When now we got social justice being jammed down our throats. Well, what about justice for the Uighurs? What about the slaves that are putting together their product? I MBAs in a little bit of trouble. Very embarrassing, at least but maybe it and even more trouble because they're not woke when it comes to issues in China..
"yorgos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Asthma attacks vomiting, and skin rashes have descended on one, according to official. Okay. Procession airy mats- they're pretty much known as OPM's in abbreviation, which are in their larval stage have been spotted across the southeast of England and in the capital payers on the caterpillars can cause fevers and I and throat irritation, according to the forestry commission, Yorgos ation has issued a caution not to touch the species. The biggest et infestations of AM where recorded in great Greater London stemming from Kingston upon things and to Brent. Some infestations were also spotted in Bracknell for it. And also Gilbert opium. Caterpillars responded emerging from AAC lacks, mid April and trees or later treated on. April twenty third according to the forestry commission. The treatment program is expected to continue until late may or early June. According to his spokesman after the caterpillars will be too large to be affected by our preferred treatment product, not precautions that you need to take for health risks. Not cut your approach for caterpillars do not let children or Ness, or caterpillars, you, not, let animals touch, or approach Ness or caterpillars, try, removing Nasser caterpillars yourself as a Caterpillar, each OPM has about sixty two thousand hairs which they can eject hairs that fell on the ground could be active. For five years, the marks, only live for two days in July or August. It is thought that the moths were brought into the UK on trees imported from Europe for a landscape project. Population of opium established itself in the west on area in two thousand. Six. Now, some identifying features move out in nose to tail procession, that's how they move about actually often form. Erla head processions one with one leader and subsequent rows containing several caterpillars abreast are most likely to be founded oak trees and sometimes on the ground under oak trees are most likely to be.
"yorgos" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Three hundred dollars four million point six add that onto the fifty thousand that he thought he won, then he said he actually realized that he had matched all six numbers to win the grand prize. He thought he only had a few of the numbers, correct. So he called his wife back and said, actually, I won the whole thing. And she said, well, how much is the whole thing. He said, I don't know. I just played. I didn't really look at what the jackpot was. And then the coolest part of this is that the numbers that he played are actually from a fortune cookie. That his stepdaughter had a few years ago at the age of six, and he used he saved the fortune cookie numbers that his stepdaughter gave him. And she was only six at the time. And so those are the numbers that he played talk about good fortune, my gosh. So those are the numbers he played in three hundred and forty four million dollars later. He. I never expected to win. I just got lucky. There were to deep sea fishermen who made quite a catch this week as well. They were off the South Carolina coast, seventy miles, southeast of Charleston. They pull into a package. They pull the package out of the water wrapped in black plastic. It was thirty to fifty kilos of cocaine street value center fifty to a million dollars. Fishman said they'd seen a school of my jumping in the water near a pilot debris after about three hours. They decided to see what the debris was, they pulled aboard they opened the package, contacted the coast guard which notify the local police department officers met that fishermen in an area marinas stood by until the coast guard in DA arrive taking possession of narcotics. So what do they do? So he does that to the people who get they get a reward. Is that what happens? Do you think that in you're supposed to turn it in? So I guess it's just sort of, like thank you. Did we would you have been tempted to sell it on the open market? If you found it to be honest. No, of course not. But to be perfectly honest, I wouldn't even know where was selling. Okay. I would look like never mind what to do with. A white powder. I wouldn't have the I wouldn't have the first clue I would be the worst drug dealer ever because wouldn't have any customers. Right. The, the, the police did say, baby powder. Yeah, the police did say it is very unusual. They find this kind of stuff down in the Caribbean all the time. And they said it's very unusual that it was so far north off of Charleston. So that Nate, maybe it was on its way to New York, New jersey. I don't know. And. Yeah. A federal judge has cited the first amendment in yet another case of Neo Nazis winning in court. Judge says he's tossing out all charges against three men who belong to a Neo nuts. Yorgos -ation, which has been accused of conspiring to assault, their ideological opponents. The government prosecuted, and they were trying to curtail white supremacist violence and activity in our country above, because it is a first amendment issue makes a lot of people crazy does makes me nuts. But as long as they're not doing anything to harm anyone talk. Yeah. Rhetoric. Fifteen past the hour. Today's DJ V program, all that good stuff. This is the DJ V program at eighteen and change past the hour. What's in store for your business this week at Staples direct mail? That's.
"yorgos" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"We're back with former investigator reporter basil here talking about heroes to the moon that of course, was JFK setting the mission. And there were some other mazing things I learned from your book before that speech. The US had a total of fifteen minutes in space, people won't remember this. But we were losing the space race had. We just had the bay of pigs where Kennedy was badly. Beaten talk a little bit about setting the mission. Well, Kennedy was an extraordinarily bold mission that he set forth and the first reaction at NASA from from their key executives was not unlike the bankers who heard Walt Disney say that he was going to create an empire out of an animated mouse. They threw him out of the office. And that was that was somewhat the same reaction that the NASA people had, of course, the major difference was that congress was prepared to throw. Twenty billion dollars at NASA. Disney never got a dime from the bankers. So if you have that kind of money in the Bank, then you know, that there is a serious effort underway to make make it happen and Kennedy set of very clear goal and vision moon end of the decade, get it done. Pretty amazing. Could you imagine today any kind of long term thinking like that coming out of Washington impossible? It would not happen. And social media would have killed it. And I can give you a specific example of how had the Saturn five rocket not been built. We never would have made it to the moon. Well who built the Saturn five rocket. It was the former Nazi rocket scientists von Braun and his team of one hundred thirty seven Germans today. Social media would have lit up like a pinball machine, and they never ever would have allowed the government to employ them and put them on such a project. I thought the politics behind it. We're brilliant not only was emission clear, but they got double the funding. So that the offer was there, and then they put NASA on the property of the district may be of LBJ. Correct. So you're gonna get control congress. Exactly. So Jim Webb who was who had worked as the director of the budget and the troop trimming administration, but also had extensive experience in private industry and particularly with the contractors who. Ultimately, built the Apollo spacecraft. And and he immediately said to Kennedy, you've got a double you gotta double the budget. He'd seen too many businesses and government ventures fail for lack of funding. Okay. We'll get to sort of a hidden story here, which was Yorgos h management leadership genius behind that talk about some of the leadership management techniques, and by the way to find moral courage, which of course, Kennedy was showing their well, moral courage, as he wrote in profiles and courage is to take on a mission that has a low chance of of success, which can personally damage you the person leading the charge, but is so important to the culture at large and the common good. That one one must display it in order to achieve great human endeavors. And certainly the NASA people had it they they needed to go from zero to sixty to meet Kennedy's deadline. They needed to do it in seven years, and they invented the management techniques, which are still present to this day to put it in a nutshell, they pioneered the flat organization, and what was important there was to have as few layers as possible between the decision makers, and in this case the engineers lives depended on it and everything that informed their their decision. Making was the ninety nine point nine percent reliability rate. They they want it to have zero defects. And if you do the math on a spacecraft and rocket that combine. And had five point six million parts that meant that fifty six hundred things could go wrong. So they they had excellent communication between the divisions. Muller created something called the five bucks management structure, which was an overlay over the entire organization of what amounted to four hundred thousand people building the aircraft. You know what? What would amaze me in the flat organization is that's a generation ahead when that hit corporate America crown because as you know corporate America was on a military top down tight control. These guys are really came out of the military, and it'd be so far ahead of schedule. Some of these techniques you can talk about clear mission vision, hire the best. I there were basically ten ten points. Eight to have a clear mission you have to find leaders with vision, you then have to hire the very best people have sufficient funding, which we've discussed the ability to delegate authority and trust the people underneath you foster. Teamwork and then owning up to mistakes and doing so in real time. If something was was wrong at the most basic engineering level there needed to be clear communication path to the higher ups and that existed, and they really encouraged the engineers to. Report any mistakes into not sit on them. This broke down a little bit with the development of the first iteration of the Apollo spacecraft when they had the Apollo one fire, and what happened there was the manager of the Apollo manufacturing failed to report defects that that were troubling the astronauts and reporting it above and by the time it was recognized. It was too late. And of course, we had the Apollo fire with three astronauts who died and they put NASA on a two year hiatus while they corrected the problems. I think if the team play to be so affective in those so seemless. It was a question again of hiring the right people and entrusting them and over at mission control, which was the public facing nerve center. They actually hired a kids right out of college, which was amazing and mostly they had to become literate and computer technology, which was in its infancy, and they wanted to be able to mold them and have them become engineers who were adaptable flexible and willing to work what amounted to sixteen hour days. Defined calculated risks because it's interesting you look at the financial crass was basically Wall Street picky on reckless risk. Well, calculated risk comes on the heels of immense preparation. So when we say that it was a fifty fifty chance of landing on the moon. You have to remember that they simulated every conceivable failure they trained in those simulators collectively for over twenty thousand hours, and there were redundancies built into the system. So if something failed they went to plan B, and if plan Vive failed they went to plan C, and they simulated all of those what they called realistic failures. They did not want to have catastrophic failures because that lead to a lack of self confidence. Well, we're gonna get to men on the moon nixed. Americans are going crazy for a.
"yorgos" Discussed on Get Up!
"Allows them to call out anybody, including the coaches, then last night, he was on I g live going and all kinds of directions. Listen to this. Harder. The NFL teams. I watch in my home hit my phone. Teams. I would corroborate bad the energy bad the players haters wanna play the on the go to on a waste, no time. Your if your squad. One aware you'll squall one hungry while receiver. Who the best in the whole world? Somebody had my phone. So my doing on guarantees I go play myself, more NFL your. Okay. I need to explain very quickly. If he'd sounded out of breath because he was he posted that whilst he was working out. And from a technical standpoint, we were having trouble getting the the audio to match the videos where we put some video over. But he is talking to the camera there while working out talking about all sorts of things including looking for other teams to give him a call. Let's bring in our NFL insider, Adam Schefter on that fought shefty at first and foremost, just what do you make of that? Here's another sort of outburst Manto Brown as he tries to work as way out of Pittsburgh agree that almost daily right now as you mentioned we heard the one over the weekend about Ben Rothlisberger. Here's another one where he talks about wanting more guaranteed money in any team that has guaranteed money should come call him. And then he says he no longer wants to be known as a be forever going forward. He wants to Mr. big chest. Mr. big chest. Here is looking for a war chest of money here, which he may clearly Instagram live video and each day as a different comet in a different media form of some sort of social. Media. And this is a player who's been prolific on the football field. He's now prolific and social media. The problem is is being prolific football field helps UK teams being prolific. And social media is not something that a lot of teams really like or enjoy hearing about I think the more he talks the more is on social media. The more certain teams are scared off. I'm glad you went there. Because that's where I was going to go with Louis Riddick. I wanna bring him into the conversation as well. And again Louis from a fun office perspective. There's no there's no debate about how productive in greater player. Antonio Brown is but all of this stuff if you were one considering bringing him into Yorgos ation, how would it impact the way you view him and the possibility of bringing him to your team while obviously greedy, this is not good. I mean the social media right now for him has absolutely just gotten out of control. This is a guy who right now is all about him is all about his message all about what he wants all about his perspective. Really needs to kind of take a deep breath. Sit back and analyze someone needs to grab hold of. And be like, look you're great player on the football field. But it's not just about your own the field evaluation that teams taking the consideration. No matter how good you are off the field football impersonal. Character matter your characters great. You're a hard worker..
"yorgos" Discussed on KPCC
"The favor of the Queen of England in the favorite somebody mentioned mean gals to me. And I said, well, I see what you mean in in that they're women in a hashing it out. But the stakes are higher stakes are running the country and a New York-based big band traveled across the country to record an album at the US Mexico border. All that coming up on the frame. From KPCC. I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven one. The storm rolling over southern California tonight. Tomorrow's coming in courtesy of the first atmospheric river to hit the state since a new severity scale was put into place earlier this month more from capital public radio's Randall white forecasters rate this atmospheric river is a category four in northern California and a three in the southern half of the state category. Five is the most severe the scale was developed by the center for western weather and water extremes. In LA Hoya the centers Julie Kalinski says it's not a common tool yet. But that will change it will be in volition in. How the scale is used in communicated as forecasters, and the general public and people become more familiar with it several factors. Go into ranking and atmospheric river, including the storms water content and duration as well. As conditions on the ground like burn scars and soil situation in Sacramento, I'm Randall, white Donald Trump. Tweeted tonight that California's been forced to cancel its high speed rail project governor Gavin Newsom fact, check ten minutes later, saying the train's been scaled back, but it'll still be belt in the central valley. And capital public radio's Ben Adler told us earlier today that Newsome is adding fifty two miles to the root 702 ABC. Supporters include FOX searchlight presenting the favorite now nominated for ten Academy Awards, including director Yorgos length. Actress Olivia Colman supporting.
"yorgos" Discussed on High Noon
"Involved, but we have situation Matla floor before he was the titans offense coordinator was running the rans and in Los Angeles on McVay gets to put those offensive place into Jared dot, but that's not going. What input head? I don't think that matters at all no matter what the the input was they got what they got in Aaron Rodgers going to do largely what he wants you got to learn to live with that quote. We are aware the raise Leah says emails in my father's account. Said maybe many people in this country. After raises Email exchanges involving his father Joe Ricketts were leaked online. Pablo? How big a deal is this for the cups? This should be an enormous deal. Bo this is a first ballot scandal when it comes to issues of race and religion. Here's a quote from an Email from the gentleman in question. Joe Ricketts, quote, Christians and Jews have mutual respect for each other to create a civil society, as you know, Islam cannot do that therefore we cannot ever let Islam become a large part of our society. Muslims are naturally. My our enemy do their tag and bias against non Muslims. That is pretty explicit only one of many emails that were uncovered by splinter news. Now, the tricky thing for the cubs on this one as we know public relations on this stuff in the way that they handle it depends on what the level of outrage is going to be Israel rage going to be surrounding this in baseball, which you had surrounding Donald sterling. I'm not sure Donald sterling also came with video the audio which in a different sort of way. And it was this. Long track record. We're struggling all these things. But the biggest one it was critical mass with players. There was a concern that the players were not going to go it and in a way that could have affected the NBA playoffs. So they got that dude about the paint. Right. Did with Ricketts would baseball is to consider is that whole family? The owner. But y'all can't be a group sometimes and individuals at other times. This man is reflective of the group the group then has to be punished. One would think if major league baseball cares. And I think they care as much America's system, and there's a lot of comic sans. Emails your boat racist, punchline comics, emails that aren't coming. But they or if you get my drift like bringing is indivisible coming up next. John wall. Ruptured achilles. Anybody could done believe it when people talk about how the owner of the Bengals cheat. And you see that press conference today. Did you see I did he looked like he was trying to sell Taylor tractor as both being sizes checks Yorgos -ation that gave their players use jock straps shows up. Today's number twelve. Tell many months John wall is expected to miss after it surgery today to fix a ruptured. Achilles that appeared to occur while slipping and falling in his home. How should fancy feeling today and over the day about the wishes feigns John wall be feeling today? Now good for him as people will clearly point out. He's going to get all of his money..
"yorgos" Discussed on Filmspotting
"In vampires with only lovers left alive that had Tilda Swinton and Tom hit Allston it made my twenty fourteen top ten good movie. So I just like Germany in general, I really like him in this mode. I guess if you can say he goes into this mode. I think you could also describe only lovers left alive as maybe more of a melancholy drama with laughs than the comedy. This is early on being billed as so we'll see what happens, but I'm up for it. The dead. Don't die only has a handful of films were probably going to highlight just a twenty nineteen release date for some reason there aren't as. Many specific release dates for some these most intimate of films, but it is targeted for twenty nineteen. I hope it comes sooner rather than later. Yeah. I hope so as well. It sounds great minor number five movie question of the year is which movie about industry disruptors playing on industry disrupting platform net. Flicks will be better high flying bird or velvet buzzsaw so couple of films here that do have specific dates. In fact, they're coming up here in just a couple of weeks on net. Flicks their release dates are week apart. So we'll start with velvet buzzsaw, which is the one coming up February. I this is the retaining of the night. Crawler duo Deine Gilroy as writer director with his star jig Jilin hall. Also Rene Russo who was in night crawler is back for this. And the rest of the unstoppable includes one of your favorite performers of twenty eighteen and really one of our favorite performers of any year. Toni Collette divvied digs who was so great in blind spotting last year. And hey, you can't go wrong with John Malkovich. When you watch the trailer. Velva buzzsaw, which is a movie that is set in according to the description, the contemporary art world scene of L A. It seems almost light in comedic in tone and night. Crawler? I feel like at the beginning. Maybe had a few moments like that. But then just like night crawler, it gets really dark, and there's definitely a thriller element to it where the characters discover paintings by dead man that everyone goes crazy for in the art world. And then maybe literally starts going crazy looking at them. So really intrigued by that. Again, February one it comes out, and I'm sure we will get to spend at least a few minutes on it here on the show, but pairing that with the new one from one of my favorite directors, Steven Soderbergh and the world here is that of pro basketball. Andre Holland is the star. He plays a sports agent, and he is caught in this showdown between the league and the players representing one of the players in this scenario. I mentioned the industry portion of this an industry disrupting velvets movie about the. Collision of creativity in commerce, or at least that seems to be a component of the film that conflict is here to only the art is the game of basketball, and we have another retaining Josh so successful before on the movie moonlight. Barry jenkins. Oscar winning film, Terrell Alvin mccranie. The playwright who wrote the story that Jenkins based the screenplay on. He wrote the script for high flying bird and Andre hall. Of course, so good is the friend Kevin in moonlight. If you watch the trailer for this one it looks so slick like you would expect from Soderbergh and the subject matter just seems to be so in his wheelhouse. I was thinking about him in relation to occurrence Oscar nominee Yorgos lengthy most where he makes these movies that are set in exclusive, but kind of expansive worlds dog tooth lobster, the favorite there about the rules, and the etiquette and the way people communicate and the conflicts that erupt within these kind of sealed universes. Soderbergh's focus is similar. I think in a lot of films, but wider you look at the girlfriend experience in this world of call girls for higher. And traffic about the drug industry side effects, pharmaceuticals insane even from last year healthcare practices for profit..
"yorgos" Discussed on Here & Now
"I don't like to be lectured to I'm not a child let has gotten into you who do you see as the frontrunner in this race for best. Actress has been Glenn Close. I think in a lot of ways, but given all the attention that Roma's getting I think you can't discount you'll eat to the other thing that I think is worth noting is the favourite tied with Roma for the best for the most nations with ten your Coleman is nominee in this category. For playing the Queen in the film. The fact that a movie like the favorite, which is certainly unconventional. It's a period film told when it a distinctive way by its director Yorgos Lanta MOS, the fact that it has as many nominations as Roma I think is really reflective of the way that the academy itself has chain. Ging over the last several years. The academy is added more than a thousand new members almost all of them much younger much more diverse than the veteran voters. And I think the fact that they're recognizing the favourite Glenn Close is a kind of a classic kind of old school Oscar pick in terms of performance. But I think if you look more deeply into that category. And certainly in supporting actress, we're both Emma stone and Rachel vice our nominee for the favorite you start to see how the tastes of the academy are shifting as newer members. Are joining the ranks also in actress in a supporting role Amy Adams for vice Regina king. If Beale street could talk, and you mentioned the three other nominees, but what about a best actor Bradley Cooper is nominated for a star is born. But he wasn't for director you surprise. Yeah. I think that's in fact, very bad news for the best picture prospects of a star is born typically, you need to do a couple of things to win the best picture Oscar, and that is you have to be nominated as director of the film, and you have to be nominated for editing star is born was. Not nominated for directing or editing. I think that hurts. It's chances a lot. I think this is Christian Bale's prize to lose. He starts vice that got a lot of attention, including best picture. And and I think in a mild surprise best director for Adam McKay. So I would say Christian bale for playing Dick Cheney advice is probably the person to be although bohemian rhapsody keeps chugging along. This is not a movie that was critically embraced. It has been a global hit Rami Malik was nominated for plane, Freddie. Mercury in the film bohemian rhapsody was nominated for best picture everybody. Discounts his film, and it keeps doing incredibly, well, even with prominent critics organizations. Well, you mentioned rally Malik you spoke with him. He's been talking a lot about the aesthetics, including the teeth. Let's listen, you know, I needed the teeth. The teeth were something that was a first moment when I thought, oh, I never thought I looked like him. But this is going to help. This is going to help immensely. It was something that Freddie was very insecure about and I wore them from day one..
"yorgos" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"And Rachel vice has to play like I fucking see you bitch, watch it and also she just has to say so strong while so being so Schick, they're all three of them are. So as I love that the end. Yeah, I love ABBIE. Anyway, I love him so much. I loved the lobster. I loved killing of a sacred deer. Like, he's missed your gross. Yes. Yes. Yorgos george. He creates a world. He creates a world, and I and tone now that oh, Tom civic, tone the best. Yep. Yep. Pippi I forgot that he was killing sacred year. What a different thing. Yeah. He can do it all that bitch. Yes. Then that movie's really fucking good. And I wish I wish that I wish that it felt like, you know, what's crazy to that movie. Doesn't get non samba nomination. Oh, everyone is good in it. Even the guys even the guys do their job similar to the men in Mamma Mia where they like no that it's not about them. But they're still doing their best omitting to it. But they also know what their role in the movie is nNcholas lift up the women making a meal out of it making a meal out of. Nick did make me a lot of any any even to assist boyfriend win. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was good. Very good. He was I liked it all pretty much all around and it's bizarre. Because it's like I think it's weird because sag after really fucked up again with this nominee with the film nominations or the cast emissions because they did both of their things that I think are wrong. They did the thing where it's like well too big cash. So it has to be nominated human rhapsody. It is a health. Scape? Rash? I Terry on for samba of bohemian. I thought my brain was broken when I read I really did literally for doing what for doing? What movie is one of is one of the worst things I've sat through I think if you remember when I couldn't yet. But I was just like who is in the movie I've heard nothing about any. I've heard nothing about any performances Yvette right lane. I heard him repellent. Tear terrible all Rami does he sticks his fist up in the air. And like. Just the affects that he takes with with doing, Freddie. I that was either so cheesy and corny that was a little catch performance to. Absolutely. I mean, there was moments towards the end where I was like, okay. I guess I it's getting me a little bit. But the had so much more to do with Queen than the mall. Music is foolproof. Yeah. Yeah. You're like, oh, the music is good like knots. Not that doesn't need the container of the film that is two and a half hours long. Like, MRs my thing. It's like so can you read the nominations for the film's believer for rhapsody? Crazy rotations Black Panther. And then a star is born and a fifth one. Okay. Sorry. Best on slum bowl. Okay. Oh, sorry. Sorry. Skip through a week in. Okay. Here we go. Yeah. Stars born Black Panther plaque, clansman, secrecy, rich, Asians clansman. I didn't see that. I have good. It was it wasn't like wasn't the best Spike Lee. It wasn't like the best like to me. It's like I have to see black klansman still. But if that seems like if they wanna nominate that great. But for me, it's like, okay, then we have Black Panther and crazy richer, Asians, too. Big cast too. Great casts, but like, but it's like prestige awards. Yeah. I don't know. I think Black Panthers phenomenal. And I fucking love. I live for crazy Richardson. It's they don't feel. It's other. They need to feel words e it's just like did we just do this because it was a big cast? Right, right. But I still love that they're both nominee. But then on the other side of that. It's like, then why behaving wraps Weiss star is born the hanging rap city. I think they I think it probably came out at the right time. And like, I think they saw a big cast. And I think that off this often half and cast it is they just all do anything. Is there literally like any person other than where Malik that's a person? Really?.
"yorgos" Discussed on The Frame
"In Rachel vice acting on Sombor original screenplay editing production design costume, design cinematography, director, Yorgos length MOS and best picture of the year awards eligible in all categories. Welcome back to the frame. I'm john. Horn name almost any modern famous person. And there's a very good chance that Marc Seliger has taken his or her picture the Dalai Lama Brock Obama, snoop Dogg, Amy Schumer misty Copeland, Mick Jagger, Kurt cobaine Seliger has shot them all often for magazines like Rolling Stone. Where Seliger was the chief photographer for ten years or for Vanity Fair or g cube and while he's probably best known for his celebrity portraits. He's also worked in photo journalism capturing images of nine eleven first responders and transgender people in New York City his latest book, Marc Seliger, photographs includes a wide range of his portraits from his more than thirty years behind the camera and many of those images can now be seen in an exhibition at Fahey Klein gallery in Los Angeles. I spoke with Seliger last year about his work and his process, and I asked him about the difference between photographing someone as an editorial assignment versus photo. Journalism. Well, it's a very different approach and wearing that hat of a journalist is complicated. Because you know, you don't really inject a lot of your ideas into it. It's really like these kind of found caught moments, and, you know, making a picture and taking a picture can be two different ways of thinking about it. So the first responder picture was an interesting assignment, I was working for Rolling Stone at the time, and they gave me kind of a shortlist of ideas, they wanted to focus on but a really good buddy of mine. He worked for the times got me into ground zero the very last day, and as we were scouting the area, and basically getting pushed out by the polices. They were closing the site. You know, it was a crime scene. So they were closing the site to firemen into anybody else that was there. I saw these two firemen walking out a captain, and you know, just. Another firemen walking out in a just looked like, you know, there was this incredible melancholy about them, and they were covered in soot. And as I was walking, I cut walked kind of in front of them. And they saw it a camera, and they just stood there and looked at me for a second. And I shot a couple of pictures. I had a little point and shoot. And then I just ask them. I could just take a couple more. And they just kind of looked at me and said, okay. And you know, it was as if they were you know, they were kind of in the stream, and then they closed the side. Now was the last that, you know, the fire the fire houses could go in there. And and and find their company we live in an era where not only celebrities and personalities are very concerned about their image..
"yorgos" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Thirty five thousand dollars and Yorgos. I'm gonna go higher on this one forty it is a hundred and twenty thousand dollars. There's some details. Missing on this thing. What the fuck man what else is there rubies and gems diamonds and their one hundred man hours dog look at that craftsmanship. I know and the materials. I just hired and they haven't sold many church. S hundred twenty thousand. Yes. Yeah. You're definitely giving them the specs on your dog. But the conquering first of all the fact that gold is hard. So it's not comfortable. Do you know what? I mean. It's heavy I'm assuming it's colourful. It's like not a good material for cock ring. Right. A hard gold. The what I'm saying that they to sell it as its first special occasions obvious obvious, and you can wear it all day to really feel that power. You can just keep saying. Yes. So it doesn't stay cold. You know, it's not like you're not you can wear this all the time. You're putting it on your dick in the morning. You're going to work. You're calling people on the phone by cell by cell. Dick, you just feel the energy. All right. I see why. So. Boss move. Yeah. I like that. No. I feel like we have to invest in in gold snake conquering four. Yeah. It's a really good idea. We're gonna book you gigs. He gotta get this conference. Anything you can do extra hundred and twenty thousand dollars crazy who spent on a cock ring. I don't know somebody's alternate for actually it might even be Lakers. There might be like playing with it right now, they probably play might have. That's true sold money..