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Germanys digital identity landscape with Verimis Roland Adrian
"Hi roland oscar. Nice looking with you on and really happy to hear what is going on in germany in terms of identity in or ever seen related to that and happy to know more about very me very baheren hearing berry meal ready for the last year. San diego need to hear more details. What are the are building offering today so. Please tell us your journey how. You became the managing director very me. Yeah thanks you can. The many thanks for the invitation. Let's here and talk to you a little bit about the markets in germany. So yeah what was my journey becoming managing director of very me. Actually my journey professional. Johnny started twenty five years ago. When i started my career in consulting. Then some stations cashed out which is a department store group. And then i founded multi-platinum loyalty scheme together with start at telecom and from there. I moved to payback. Which actually is janis leading multi partner loyalty scheme. They are quite some markets worldwide than india mexico italy. Us and from all the travel. I got introduced to lose tons of course and became the ceo of lufthansa mice and more during that time. Actually i realized that the future is more. And more about seamless customer experience. Because if you look at lofton's in many cases the real loyalty benefits that you can get there. They actually translate into a real seamless customer. Experience that you get you look at all the tracks for security and immigration priority boarding presort seating in the plane actually the customers tend to reward benefits in their experience much more then any loyalty currency and so at the moment where then lufthansa invested into very me idea for me. It was very clear that this would be an exciting next step for me personally. So i decided to switch over to meet to be the ceo of me and push forward at digital identity to provide seamless customer experience for the users and i can induce that lufthansa is one of the funders organization behind very me. But let's more place for the ones who are not familiar with very still bear me does. In fact lufthansa there's actually one of the investors and we have altogether thirty very large companies in germany that invested into the very idea and a lot smaller companies are really known brand. Names such as liens deutsche. Bahn dot eubanks lufthansa dodger taylor com dime la some song fox button so all very large companies that invested into very me to establish of wallet of digital identities so that was the driving force and i think when we will talk about the market later on we will see that it was a very good moment to invest into such platform because the market urgently requires the platform and there's pretty much empty space currently in germany. And what we provide as bury me as this one click digital experience for very fight identification was in a pop. Misuse cases and at the core of it on is an identity platform. Of course that matches all the regulatory requirements for our anti money laundering or either substantial. And this comes along with the solution for strong customer syndication because the critical part of such a platform is not the identification of customer itself. Actually the critical part is the reuse. And that means the access to the digital identity
Biden to meet with Mexican president amid migration issues
"Biden and Mexico's president will meet virtually later today. The Mexican leader expected to propose a migration plan to the president. Immigration will likely take up a lot of this first virtual meeting, Mexico's president said Over the weekend, he plans to propose to Biden a temporary migrant labor plan similar to the bracero program during World War two. The Mexican leader estimates the U. S needs between six and 800,000 additional workers per year, He said. Younger Mexican workers are capable of filling that gap. CBS is Adrian Barred in Mexico City. Homeland
Houston's Harris County is looking into leaving the Texas power grid after recent widespread power failures
"But Harris County tried to separate itself from the Texas power grid. But tomorrow's 10 A.m. Harris County Commissioners Court meeting. Removing the county from ERCOT is on the agenda Precinct to Commissioner Adrian Garcia said after last week's massive power failures. He wants to look at other options to keep residents safe. It's a virtual meeting in the public is invited to attend.
Seattle still reeling from year of violent protests
"Seattle In the last year, we watched us some peaceful demonstrations evolved into riots, Destruction and violence. Doubles Jonathan Show looking at where protests go from here. Day after day night after night weeks, turning into months of protests, and then we've seen various leaders come and go, including City Council member Shama so want directing hundreds of people into city Hall. This moment, rallying cries are constantly changing. Moment. It's black lives matter and calls for homeless reform. Then it's to fund the police and raise the minimum wage, public parks and city blocks occupied and overrun the homes of elected officials like the mayor and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. All targets. Various groups continue to peacefully march while a mob dressed in black now remains a constant threat. Representing a violent and volatile mix of activism nearly one year after George Floyd's death sparked social justice demonstrations and emboldened others to mobilize Seattle is exhausted and wounded. Many city leaders remain silent and on the sidelines from the business community to neighbors living in hot zones like Capitol Hill. We absolutely not taking it anymore. Victoria Beach says She's trying to create a united front in her neighborhood. But the chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Community Advisory Council is struggling to find others. Willing to courageously stand by her side. We have the power to stop it. So why aren't we coming together? We need every public official in Seattle to draw a really clear bright line and condemn. Violent acts. John Schools, the CEO and president of the downtown Seattle Association, he says it's hard enough for business is recovering from covert 19 profit losses. But when violent protesters continue to target the downtown core, that is gonna hold back recovery. It's time to stop any. If not, you're gonna go to jail and we will prosecute you. During last month's press conference, in from Seattle police chief Adrian de has once again made a clear distinction between peaceful marches. The ones led by groups dressed in black. They've tied up. A lot of our resource is DEA says Officers will continue to monitor evolving demonstrations adapt and be prepared for all scenarios. So we do have sufficient amount of officers even personally, asked the attorney, Pete Holmes, to get tougher and more consistent. With protests related prosecutions. The police are doing what they can what they're told to do with the courts or are telling them to do, which means no more tear gas for crowd control. But law enforcement consultant Jim Feudal believes the city will remain in a vicious cycle. Until these people are prosecuted and held accountable. I don't see anything changing after all the social unrest and ongoing protests Address. Your success remains undefined in elusive. One thing is clear. It's difficult to predict the future of demonstrations in Seattle, but history has a tendency to repeat itself. Seattle, Jonathan Show. Comeau News update Now to breaking news. We first brought you last
In A Los Angeles Park, Worrying Signs Of Rising Homelessness
"Continues to pummel the nation's economy, There are troubling signs that more people are slipping into homelessness. NPR's Adrian Florido visited Park in Los Angeles, where this is becoming more visible every day. Echo Park is one of Ella's iconic public spaces. It has a big lake lined by palm trees and a postcard view of the downtown skyline. It's always had a small homeless community. But in the last few months, people sleeping in tents have filled half of the park's 16 acres. Jesse Brandy moved in four months ago after losing his job programming office phone systems. Everything's closed. Businesses aren't putting any effort into you know, telephone lines in programming those systems out of work. He couldn't afford the rent. So that left me with friends going through, you know, house the house and then became a burden. So So he came to the park and pitched a tent. There are people have been here before hand, but a lot of these people right here. This was because of the pandemic. Federal, state and local addiction moratoriums are supposed to be keeping people in their homes, even if they can't pay the rent during the pandemic. It says that who moved into Echo Park over the summer, said a lot of people like him have left their apartments anyway. Rather than fall behind on rent. I didn't want that hanging over me. Even though there was a moratorium on Enter and I didn't technically has to pay it. I'm not making money. So how? While my loading up on death, he said in addiction over back rent would hurt him for years. He recently found a temporary job working the reception desk it a tax preparation firm. Colleagues don't know He lives in the park. Which is why he asked me not to use his last name. Like I met people out here. They had good jobs. And then could the foreground. This pandemic is just, you know, I really hit him hard. There's even like families with kids here, you know, because of the pandemic groups that fan out to do. Homeless counts have put that off for now, making it hard to know how many people the pandemic has already driven to the streets. Just because there's no academic data does not discount our own eyes. Pete White directs the Lay Community Action Network, an anti poverty organization. Us traveling in communities where there were no house with people and there are now informal settlements everywhere. There is no dept that their arm or people on the streets Ella in California have had a homeless crises for years. And while officials are using pandemic relief money to get people inside White fears. What he's saying is just the beginning here and nationally. This crisis will on Lee get worse unless we figure out how to do all we can to keep people who are barely hanging on. In their homes. And for folks who are house list, figuring out cheaper and faster and innovative ways to get people inside. Brenda Modano moved into Echo Park before Christmas and says the community has formed quickly here with weekly meetings and all We get together. We discussed that girls, if anything wrong or what? What's going on? You know how many kids you could have? She was standing with stubble. What soy who was manning a table accepting donations for the parks residents. Shoes, toilet paper soap clothing. Ah, feel crappy about because by doing that I know that I'm helping some other people and that made me happy. So I moved into the park seven months ago, almost for the first time in his life, he said. 35 years after moving here from what they might let you pulled the business card out of his tent who started with so general handyman? I do I do. Drive one painting, plumbing, hardwood floor. That's what I do. So he says that when the pandemic struck work dried up the first night in his tent, he couldn't believe it, but everything happens for every zones. You're gonna get up on my feet. I know that I don't Don't get up. I'm going after I lost everything. He started recycling cans, he says, and scraping jobs together. Little by Little Adrian flooded. NPR NEWS, Los Angeles
New COVID smart pods launched in Houston's Harris County
"Harris. County precinct two commissioner. Adrian garcia is launching a new mobile health unit in pasadena later this morning known as a smart pod. The portable aluminum unit will was created by baylor college of medicine. For the ebola outbreak in africa engineered by nasa the smart pods have infection control surfaces and respiratory isolation rooms that allow doctors to treat diseases like covid nineteen the first mobile unit and harris county was deployed. Last year and al-deen the goal is to reduce health disparities by providing healthcare at neighborhoods with limited
Amazon To Release An Alexa Command Center
"It's mark gurman scoop tuesday though. It's not an apple scoop today. Sources are telling gherman. That amazon is developing wall mounted echo device with a large touchscreen that can serve as a smart home control panel a video chat device and a media player all in one quoting bloomberg the company's lab one to six hardware division is designing the device to be a digital command center showing users upcoming calendar events controlling accessories like lights and locks and playing music and video. It would include amazon's alexa voice. Assistant and microphones and a camera for video. Conferencing said the people who asked not to be identified discussing private matters the product would compete with professionally installed smart home control screens from the likes of control four corp as well as apple's ipads framed into walls and even amazon's own echo show used with a third party wall. Mount amazon is considering multiple variations with screens of either ten or thirteen inches in size. A ten inch display would be on par with the current echo. Show while a thirteen inch. Model would be amazon's lord ice with a display. The company plans to launch the devices. Either at the end of this year or the end of twenty twenty to the people said prices ranging from two hundred to two hundred and fifty dollars have been discussed internally though the plants are still early and could change or be scrapped. All an amazon spokeswoman declined to comment and quote in the early two thousands right win text messaging was taking off. I thought somebody should produce a device that would sort of collect all of a family's text messages into one central location so that everyone could see them and coordinate activity accordingly. I imagined it may be being embedded in a refrigerator or something like that. So is this sort of like that. A family hub. Sort of thing as adrian. Wexler tweeted quote. Those home of the future stock images are suddenly closer to reality and quote
Who will be Seattle's next mayor?
"Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin's is the city has further delayed the search for a new police chief. We get the report from Cuomo's Patrick Quinn. There's no search planned at this moment in time. Adrian DS took over for Carmen best after she suddenly retired amid the de funding budget battle plan was to hire a new police chief after the budget cycle and in the new year Now the mayor tells me they could wait until potentially After she leaves office. I'm continuing to have conversations with the City Council on that. I think that everyone's evaluation right now is the chief search would not be successful. On gets an important of thing, and we are. It is such a critical juncture with our police department. We want to make sure that when we do it, we do it right and we do it successfully. Durkin's last day as mayor is December 31st who will replace her. The list is growing. Do you think the next mayor could come from City Hall? I think that voters will make a very different calculation in this election than before. I think that bumper stickers and slogans are not going to cut it, Dirk and said one focusing on the future. Many voters may look to the past, searching for answers to lingering questions. Seattle labored through this summer, and they're gonna want concrete answers on things like Will you cut the police by 50%? Will you make sure there's more mental health care providers? What are you going to do about the crime rates? Because when people come out of covert It's
Is Silver the Next GameStop?
"Yesterday. Silver prices hit the highest level in eight years to over twenty nine dollars and fifty cents per ounce the london bullion market association which is the silver market said that more than a billion ounces of silver was traded. Yesterday it's three times greater than the average from the end of two thousand twenty can louis c. of app max which is a dealer in precious metals coins boy in bars said yesterday on bloomberg tv that they had more volume in silver sales in the past three days than they had all of december and forty three percent of those orders from new customers were. Typically it's only fourteen to twenty percent of orders in a given day are from new customers. Adrian ash is director of research at bullion vault which also sells silver. Bullion said they had more customers yesterday than all of last february. Why is there this sudden interest in silver last week. We discussed wall street bets. The sub reddit and what was driving the price of game. Stop and other memes stocks. There were some post last week on wall street bets about silver being the biggest short in the world but there's post on all different types of topics but some of those posts because they're voted on in this forum made it to the top and then news organizations pick it up that that the wall street bet sub read. It was now focus on silver but then some on wall street No they're not promoting silver that there are proponents of silver taking advantage of the forum. So there was a lot of confusion over. Who's driving this increase in silver. But clearly it's happening. One commodities trader said about wall street bets that i'm beginning to think that they are being suckered by the silver scammers to try to get the price up today when i looked at wall street bets. There wasn't any of the top articles on silver. They appear to be a couple about diamonds but most was on gm's stock which fell over fifty percent this week here. We are with silver having spiked to its highest level in eight years. Today it's down to twenty seven dollars per ounce but the sudden interest news gives us an opportunity to look at silver the investment case for silver. And should we buy silver now. There are two primary ways to buy silver by it physical including coins or bars. We can also by silver through an exchange traded fund like the shares silver trust which owns physical silver or we can participate in these silver futures market. And we'll talk about how that works. A lot of these news articles reference. Some of the post on wall street bets about how silver is the biggest short in the world. And there'll be a squeeze and we're going to stick it to the banks that are short but still i really different than the short squeeze on game stop or some other stock like i talked about last week where you had hedge funds that were massively short game stop. There were more shorts than shares outstanding. And when the stock started to rise those hedge funds needed to buy back game stop stock so that they could close out their short position and stop losing money but if we look at the positioning of hedge funds and other speculators in the silver futures market. They're actually net long in other words positioned for silver to go up in price and they have been net long since two thousand nineteen. The natural times reported that analyst said bullion banks has hsbc and j. p. morgan did not have speculative naked short positions in silver. In if anything would make money by selling silver to exchange traded funds in helping minors hedge exposure bernard data an analyst texas that it's the wrong understanding of the market. It's trying to apply the same. Rationale is game stop but most of the market is long silver. The banks are going to make more profit and the silver buyers are indirectly sending their own money to them
One on one with Seattle's interim police chief
"The Seattle City Council is considering yet another budget cut to the Seattle Police Department a move that I suppose we should not find surprising. It's a preemptive cut of over dollars. This, of course, on top of what was previously cut, and of course, it has implications. Joining me on the line is interim police chief Adrian Diaz. Ideas. Welcome back to the show. Welcome. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate you taking the time. So what is the $5.4 Million cut mean in terms of public safety? Yeah. You know, we have had, you know some cuts last year. At the end of their session, Another $2 million and some of the other additional cuts that they have This 5.4 million is just One of those things that we're trying to just kind of stabilize our efforts and our hiring efforts. We have some other crude costs that come up. We have You know, we've had a lot of people leave our department. So we had to pay additional money out in separation pay. We've had people because we have Ah, younger workforce, eh? So we've had people that go out on pay parental leave. And so this is some of that money that you know can you know, cover those costs, But we've also had, you know, we really tried to focus our efforts because we've lost a lot of sworn officers. Hiring additional civilian positions that conduce you of riot different works from CSOs, our community service officers, crime prevention coordinators. And you know that you know another additional cut with a lot wouldn't Wouldn't allow us to be able to hire for some of those civilian positions that are so desperately needed. So they've also effectively cut your overtime budget. So how does that work? Because you've got a dwindling for she lost What? 197 police officers last year I'm told that the numbers are still going down. You lost about 20 this month. I don't know if that's been confirmed yet, but you know you've had to use over time as a result of that, of course. Also you had a lot of instances of unrest that you were staffing. So what exactly is the plan this year? Yeah. You know, we've we've actually had to make some obviously some some adjustments. You know, when I moved 100 officers back into patrol we created during that same time we created a community response group. That has been able to handle 911 calls but also be able to, you know, work and deal with the demonstrations, some that direct action that has been occurring for the last several months. And that has helped us out immensely having a group or squad or units that are able to, um Be able to respond to that direct action that is actually limit that's actually pared down some of our overtime. But as we see more people leave the department. You do have to figure out ways that you can have personnel, you know, sure that up, and that means that you know if we have this level of direct action occurring, you know, luckily not on a nightly basis, but it's been enough. Where it impacts our ability to go out and do proactive public safety on destroying to recover guns off the street because we've had an all time high when it came to about an all time high, but 28 year high Yes. You know, we've tracked. You know our shots fired. Going up are you know homicides going up and so we've got to figure out how do we get? Our resource is back into just doing police work so we can Get some of these guns off the street when part of the issue is and you know you made a point to discuss this over the weekend is you'll make arrest. Your officers will make arrest and then nothing really happens. And so you kind of got a little bit of Ah, potential fight brewing with Pete Holmes, Seattle City attorney. You announced this new policy that he will actually prosecute the vandalism by some of these anti for groups and other agitators. His office has since come out and said, there's no new policy. It sounds like someone's playing a game of semantics here. So what was your conversation with him like between inauguration night violence that that broke out which you indicated? That's when the conversations started to happen? At least and your press conference? What was the conversation? So you know, I'm not going to speak for homes. What I can say is that e think we can all agree that the actions of the direct direct action of these groups that have you know Been breaking windows and created property damage and assaulting, you know, people, there's no tolerance for it. Um And I do think that you know Pete Holmes had mentioned they not gonna prosecute peaceful protesters. We don't arrest people protest. Yeah, Exact. That is not what our focus is. You know, our focus is literally trying to make sure that people that are committed to property damage. Uh, that we address those issues, you know, right away, and and so you know, and we've we've taken you know some different approaches over the last several Uh, months to try and reduce the confrontation between our officers Because direct action. People are looking for that confrontation. And so you know, we've we've taken a different stands on it. And actually Wednesday, the Wednesday case on Inauguration day he did charge and so I'm grateful for that. We have to put good cases you know, together and making sure that officers when they do arrest somebody. They have all the elements of the crime and and I will keep on pushing that our officers need to go out and do their job and making arrests in and try to Fine cases. And then I'll work with Pete Holmes on a case by case basis of making sure people are held
Seattle PD Now Admits Five Seattle Cops Attended Trump's Insurrection Rally
"Says more Seattle police officers than originally believed attended the January 6th, the U. S Capitol rally that turned into an attack almost Corwin Haig has more just two days after the attack. Interim Seattle police chief Adrian De as acknowledge two of his officers had been in D C at the time and that both had been suspended pending an investigation. Now NPR is reporting five off duty SPD officers were there, although it is unclear if any, broke the law or participated in the attack. All I can tell you is that it is being investigated. GENEVA Taylor with the Seattle Office of Police Accountability won't comment further. But Victoria Beach is unrestrained if you went your guilty beaches, a longtime member of SPD s African American Community Advisory Council guilty even if you didn't go into Capital. If you cross that barrier that was put up, you broke the long in a statement, Chief DS said he would immediately terminate any SPD officer directly involved in the U. S. Capitol attack.
Seattle police chief vows to be tougher on rioters after some crimes not prosecuted
"Fox News and in the aftermath of violent protests rocking Seattle on Inauguration Day, the city is cracking down on writers. Seattle police say that this is a step to a deter any more people at protests from committing any violence after many of the people who were arrested last year never saw prosecution in the last year, police there in Seattle arrested about 600 people. Any of those people have yet to face charges. Police chief Adrian Dia's announcing this tighter policy urging city leaders to do the same. On Wednesday, Inauguration day, a group of protesters vandalizing several buildings, including smashing the windows of an Amazon go store and a Starbucks at the city's famous Pike Place Market, the group saying it wants to abolish immigration and customs enforcement
Seattle police chief vows to be tougher on rioters after some crimes not prosecuted
"A small, peaceful protest in Seattle on Saturday and the one that left the path of destruction Wednesday and it's because of the damage that interim police chief Adrian DS says SPD will now arrest people bent on destruction go most Nick Pompom has more. It appears, according to interim police chief Adrian Ds that the city is going to be cracking down on future protests. If any type of destruction were to take place. Now, the protest was relatively peaceful. They marched through the streets of downtown Seattle for part of the afternoon. But according to D, as he says the city attorney will be prosecuting protesters that decide to break windows or vandalized the city during future protests. This announcement comes following the demonstration Wednesday night. Where windows were broken and other vandalism took plates,
Amid muted response from Seattle City Hall, more weekend protests possible
"Protests were held in downtown Seattle today. Only a couple dozen people showed up. Things remain peaceful. But if that ever changes, police chief Adrian DEA says. This time, it'll be different. We looked at up into early December we made close to 600 arrests. And write different demonstrations, and many of the misdemeanors hadn't been prosecuted. But you know now we have the city attorney's office is willing to work with us. Lack of prosecution from the Office of City Attorney Pete Holmes has been one of the main criticisms of how Seattle has handled the protests.
Seattle police chief announces tougher policy of prosecuting protesters who vandalize
"The first protests and riots Seattle police chief Adrian DS has announced a new plan to crack down on protesters who trash the city. The chief says the goal is to prevent future property destruction by arresting and prosecuting those who caused damage during protests. He has says the new policy will especially be hard on people who have been arrested for vandalism Multiple times. A protest is planned for today at Seattle's Occidental College and
Hispanic Business at PepsiCo with Esperanza Teasdale
"Let's talk about the professional path and You are now the vp gm of the hispanic business unit for pepsico. What was your path to get there. Yeah i am studied engineering for college. So i was math and science person in high school and my physics teacher mr adrian nouvelle who actually was so important to my life that he came to my wedding by way and kind of steered me into the space helped me with College application letters recommendation. And so i studied engineering before. You're so i've been in a manufacturing environment for awhile. Bump steel toed shoes uniform union arment. And that's really where i started my career At the same time my company was so gracious that They paid for my mba. So i went to Uconn in stamford connecticut to take classes at night and really got more exposed to concepts of business management marketing research and just really loved it and so then when i asked for a new gig they said finance or sales and unlike okay sales and sales and all i need to go into marketing because marketing guides what we're doing in sales and i think they could do a better job and so i was lucky that my General manager at the time created a job and that was that was the beginning of my marketing career. So very classically trained at unilever and then pepsi around marketing from like you know the analysts all the way through up till now you know a vp gm. Which i'm really proud and excited about and And yeah i feel like i'm in a really great role. Right can make a big impact on the careers of our of our folks drive to mercy inclusion and drive the business results faster than general market because the population is growing so quick so and There's just so many things that are benefiting from being in this role that That i'm really grateful about. But that's kind of the the journey really. It was not linear at all Did not start off wanting to and marketing that side of my brain and that analytical process orientation i think does just a market yeah i think increasing edge to a home maybe ten years ago when you made the original switch i think today it's much more analytically rigorous than it has been in the past But yeah no. That's that's phenomenal. And i've had a few folks on the show. That have transitioned from engineer to sales marketing. And it's it's funny the way you went through that transition in how you described it because a few of them have described it similarly meaning they. They went from engineering the sales and then they realized my words not yours. How bad marketing screws it up. And they need to go help marketing. Try to figure that out because it it comes down to the sales folks at some level whether their marketing is getting it right or not so. It's an interesting learning curve and A pathway that. I've heard before. So what would what drove what drove the creation of the hispanic business unit. And how are you guys thinking about like measuring success. That's a that's a big scene seemingly to me as an outsider like it seems like a big big thing like a big shift in how you're organized. Yeah this was created. I believe in twenty eighteen by out. Carrie who at the time was still pepsi. Co when of are really incredible leaders kirk. Tanner who's our ceo and My current boss. Greg lyons our cmo and they just really realize that you know the hispanic Business is untapped potential and if we have a fixed mindset about it and we're not going to capture that growth and So what's the do different because in the past. Yeah we had a multicultural team. That definitely had A role but didn't necessarily have ownership and so the do different had to be to create an organization that was dedicated to this and have the right resources. And that's what they did and And it's been pretty successful. Ever since the the key measures to the other question you had really is around. Hey can we help grow faster with hispanic consumer than the general market. Can we help build equity with this fan of consumer and And those are some key metrics we look at and so far. We've we've been We've been pretty pretty successful doing that.
2 Seattle police officers being investigated for involvement in Capitol attack
"Seattle police officers are being investigated to determine what they were doing in Washington, D C one, a violent mob took over the U. S. Capitol. His chief Adrian de as says officers have the right to attend political protest. However, because of the deaths on Wednesday, it was very clear that I still had to make some level action to determine until until we fully determine What was actually done, He says Another employee showed him social media pictures of the officers that prompted the has to put them on leave. The Office of Police Accountability is trying to determine whether the officers took part in any of the fighting with U. S Capitol police that day. With more on the investigation into those two officers. Almost Michelle Esteban, talk to the director of the Office of Police Accountability. Andy Meyer. Burgmeier Berg says photos allegedly put the officers in D. C and they're working right now. The isolate is many third party videos as possible from the day of the attack. They'll also interviewed the officers to ask them what happened if open finds any evidence. Any officers were directly involved. You will be fired. And the information will be shared with federal officials. Both Opa and the chief say the investigation is about public trust and transparency. And it is possible that the two officers were exercising their First Amendment rights and nothing else. I did this considering that participating in a political event on their own time. Out of uniform violates no policy or law. But the chief also wants his department policies upheld. Opa is also investigating whether those officers violated SPD is professional and discretionary policies to not undermine public trust. What was the intense what was their purpose and going? I think those are the questions that we really want you Look
"adrian" Discussed on Today in Focus
"The procast adrienne child's remember the first time that someone mentioned attention deficit disorder to him. Four years ago it was suggested to me by a psychologist was saying that. I should be tested for day. So he sent me to an associated here a consultant psychiatrist and he looked at me and said yeah. I think you might have. You might not know but the medication might conflict with your blood pressure medication. So comeback and see me. And then i got to bill the following day for a forefinger some so hang on. I haven't got a it's just nonsense is just. It's just making money for the psychiatrist here but then three years down the line having forgotten all about it. I then was getting some cognitive behavioral therapy and the woman was saying it was an ex g pay. She said oh. Have you ever been tested for d. When adrian told her what had happened a few years earlier she asked if he had seen the notes from that session but he hadn't so he went back and got hold of them in. There was six page letter from the psychiatrist to may at the time which set it. All at brilliantly then took the advice three years on to read this book and as soon as i opened that book and i looked at all the symptoms just every bitten it just seemed to make sense high physical energy coupled with extreme latitude at times fast moving easily distracted mind coupled with an amazingly super focus. Mind at times unpredictability and impulsively disorganization. Yeah tendency toward procrastination mention this possible diagnosis to loved ones. They were initially pretty.
"adrian" Discussed on Conversations
"The snow lies thick on the fields and the roads are covered in black is an out of the darkness. They comes a little light. It's wobbling because it's shining from a bicycle bumping over the cobbled streets. It's the postman. Every morning he settles up his bicycle and delivers the mail. Around the Shropshire village. Robot lukens was that village postman for year. And it's not the only curious job Robert has had in fact. He's made a Korea of odd jobs. All secretly pursuing his great love writing. I spoke with Lukens back in twenty eighteen just after the publication of his debut novel the everlasting Sunday. Hard Robert Welcome. Oh I think he whereabouts. Did you grow up? I grew up on the sunshine coast in but well. There's some debate actually in bedroom about whether you say you live in Belgium or on bedroom because very importantly budget is a mountain. Technically you stand on that question of the preposition very much on the mail. It was butter mountain state. School theme song to the school was on top of our mountain. Sung to the tune of on top of is the mountain at look. It's one of those in the Hugh Grant Film Englishman that walked up a hill and came down. A mountain is a bit like that. I think we're splitting hairs by calling it a mountain but technically I've looked it up on wikipedia. It is a mountain and they're very proud of that fact very they defend that that taught third the right to the mountain. And who lived there at your family home with you my resolutely British parents and brother and sister but my brother and sister quite a bit older than me so when I was about eight or nine I was the only one left in the house because everyone else had gone off to university. So my father's Welsh and my mother's English but lived in Qatar from inches at ten years old and my brother and sister well so they came to Australia just just before I was born. So that's kind of the background of that house. It was very much in his early days. It was very much imprinting British kind of background. How did they? How did they feel about life on the mountain? Compared to live back in Wales and England are they were perpetually poems on holiday endless sunburn. There was endless Inappropriate clothing wearing too little away and it was wasn't that will Yeah and that's why they came there so I think just before I was born I was still living in cod of which in those in the seventies was was still very much an industrial gray. Hard kind of place that you know my grandfather grew up place. People still working down the mines until they got shut down And I think it was just before I was born. I think they saw this as the loss. This was the loss train out of town and I think a colleague of my fathers had had Taken a job and was sending these these these postcards back to all the faithful backing cod of wish you were here and I think the opportunities the and they've they briefly came over. They will come just before. I was born and lived in Sydney for a little while. But then you could buy a block of land on bedroom for a fortnight salaries. So they they something happened. They just they went up there. I think on holiday. Into soulless block land going cheapen just border and built a house on there and this looking back I see. It was remarkably idyllic upbringing. It really was say you outside a lot. Well it's it's interesting when I think of the place is very much a huckleberry Finn Connor Resistance. There wasn't a memory that wasn't going down a hill on Billy. Kado through the rain for us because it's an interesting place about them because it's a mountain but it's rotten the stroke because the elevations behind the school was was a rainforest with a waterfall and so we were endlessly behind the school in the in the in running through the rainforest making jumps XS and chasing platypus. And all this kind of stuff that know completely unsupervised really the literal come home when the streetlights come on kind of stuff and I look at that now and it's what a blessing to have Having said that there was I think of that but what I really was doing I was. I was in my room reading. What's what about the beach. Say Appearance a perpetual poems on holiday do share their love of the nine. Hide it from day one. I something about didn't tied to the sand down the pants. I didn't take I burn just crossing the street. I turn shade of scarlet. No I was always. I repeat to stay. Hi Nice to go to the beach but they used to go after work and and they live down there I think because they just felt they shoot. I never took to it so you reading instead where we are getting books. Yeah it was a house of books and I look back now. And it's not that they were reading the great classics. There was a lot of Dick Francis I Christie coniston which I have a great affection for Agatha Christie. Is the author that I read a lot but my brother and my sister that both of their first jobs was at the local council library at the library. Hot Time. Yeah and and I used to. When I finished school I used to have to go to the library white for this shift to finish so that worked with five thirty and so every day I had it was a crash. I'd go to the library in and this went on for years. And so I I lived in that library for decent percentage of my waking hours and I just worked my way through that place so I think it wasn't. I was never aware of books in the sense that they would just as there. We look back now. We we would sit in the living room and not watch television. We would read books and Christmas. Was You'd end up with US wrapping paper and a stack of books next to you and so would you mom and sister and you might do a little bit of bothering them around. But it was a life of books I realize and again what a what a blessing I think. The library books surrounded by library books. And you know extravagant lifestyle. My father was sick for quite a few years and we just stayed in this house and read books. Which book had the biggest influence on you as a kid wrote it? Yeah and I bang on about this any chance but I really can't. Overstate the impact. The sacred diary of Adrian Mall H. Thirteen and three quarters had on me. If you revisit those books and it absolutely as revisiting it's not like the never ending story which when you go back and watch it. It's actually what a terrible film that is that cigarette I it it works on. It's a potentially if it works on many levels then this thing I read Adrian Mole when I was probably too young to read into the story. What was really happening. So we have I dream all who want to be intellectual. He thinks he's an intellectual. He's waiting to be discovered in the world. Misunderstands THE WO- misunderstands. Even hey misunderstands the world and you get. These cracks into the story is written through his Dr Entries and he misunderstands everything. Going on around him with his parents infidelities and his friends cheating on him. And all these kinds of things and we see the cracks into the reality through little snippets of you'll hear a little snatch conversation from the mother or something and you know that she's having an affair but it doesn't. It's an amazing piece of work. But when I read Adrian Mall. I didn't realize that Adrian was meant to be a Pratt thought he was an undiscovered. Asia was amazing. I thought he was a genius and he was very funny. And and that's something I don't know how old it was when I read him but it was. It was really quite on maybe seven or eight. And he's he's thirteen and three quarters. And so I looked up Adrian as a model of absolutely intellectual gravitas absolutely and and I wanted to be Adrian and in some ways became Adrian Mole. It had such an imprint on me and it wasn't. I think I was at that age. Where I I didn't quite there was a blur between a book and the author so I wasn't thinking of this. As something that an author Sue Townsend had created it was Adrian and this was his story and I rave and read and read and reread that book and it just imprinted on my personality and Adrian rates pretentious books. He wants to be an intellectual he wants to go on radio and talk to Malcolm. Muggeridge all went Adrian. Read a book. I read a book so I went. Hey read tyler cities that out from the lottery. When he read Dostoyevsky IRA eight. Oh nine you'll from what I kept reading this book so yeah definitely from that stage and then right through until my early teens. That was the the benchmark from me. I'll have to read these books in the same way that Adrian felt he should read these books. There's an amazing joke in there and I think it's one of the most perfect jokes ever that on the Friday nights in his life in his diary started Warren Pace and on the Sunday. It says finished Warren Pace quite good. It's it's genius in its simplicity. But and so I but it wasn't about I didn't understand these books. I didn't enjoy them but I enjoyed the sensation overeating them. I enjoyed starting at the starting getting to the end and it wasn't about some kind of performance remember. Actually I did this almost in sacred. I did all this in my room. I'm reporting a chair up against my door lest I be disturbed. It was something I guess it was something about proving something to myself or it was just a sacred pleasure. Really and it became. It became my way into the world and in the same way that Adrian wanted his writing to be his way in the world. These books became my way my portal into and you hear so much about people reading as children and it's absolutely true. It became my way to experience the world and it became the way I wanted to experience. The world's is somewhere in that the rating got flipped into writing Adrian. Mole is a great. It considers himself a great writer as well. I think he's always expecting the BBC radio poetry out loud and kind understand why is not being discovered. Was he a model for you as a writer to did he think this is what a young man of character should be doing not just reading tolstoy but writing will absolutely but I think there was never a moment of decision. It just seemed of surrounded by books and someone had to make these things it was never. There was never a moment right. I'm going to be a or it just seemed a natural consequence over eating that I would want to feed back into the system and it just started happening and I think it is about through these childish silly Adrian. Mole esque kind of of writing that got in my head and early age. It was it was always about the novel. There was something about the novel. There was something about the white of the saw. It went in my little hands. The something amazing about picking up Well literally picking up war pace to to name a cliche. What a Dole stopping. When you're when you're nine and you've this thing between your hands it just seems like such an such an impossible object and I wanted to be part of that and so I would start writing stories on my brothers typewriter from as early as I can remember and it was and would send them off with my father to his work because his work had a binding machine and it was always very important to me that these things were bound proper books and the proper books..
"adrian" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"The brain and the hang around with those girls all the time. Oh she would make sure we can't say hey. I'm glad that if you give her a stamp of approval I feel like it goes too hard against my brand to cover one joking. No Andrew. You're off fucking take no really. I'm caller I'm truly touched by your story. And thank you for the interest for sharing voicemail. I know many places very intense. Ooh sweet yeah. I'm just grateful to know there are good people out there doing tough work. Yeah we are too dumb to do. No nothing lazy. Okay thank you thank you sir. Now we're back to that sort of self care thing talking about Ronnie. Can you tell people where they can see here? Read more of you find more of your Shit Online. Oh Yeah you can catch me in the New York Post column you know. You can catch me on instagram. Instagram at bones Adrian That's also my twitter handle and You can catch me around. The city of Los Angeles perform. It used to be sometimes but like I said if you follow any of those things you'll be able to catch up with me 'cause you know sometimes. I'd say Hey. I'm going to be doing this. Come out if you dope that's very cool Thank you so much. You're so funny If you haven't heard his upset of scam got US Andrew Episode of. Why won't you mean to my favorite pods? Both very good and funny. Oh yeah they are. Those are very good Podcast that I was blessed to be grateful for my opportunities. It's good it's good that you're very scared of those women very much. Did a just a little little little bit of like genuflection on. That was very very good. All right thanks. Yeah thank you okay. Okay we're back. That was fun. That was so great. Oh Gosh you guys we. We're all going to go because our the delay for us. Try to record right now. You guys can't tell because again Jordan. Our engineers are. They're they're gods gift. Okay joins angel and it's GonNa make the sound beautiful but just you know android. I are losing our minds because I say something and then he doesn't hear me until the future but then I'm still in the past and it's it's not fun. Okay let's see. So how do we end the show? We end the show we say. That thank you Ron Adrian. For being with us Three two three three nine seven. Two three leave your voicemails again if you have it. If it's an option for you as you would like to love gets bonus episodes CITRA PREMIUM DOT com slash. Joe Yeah thank you bye bye.
"adrian" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Because you will spit all over the place and that's unsanitary but what Adrian did is despicable we write a screen off all right yeah I reported last week about how there has been an uptick in domestic disturbances since to sell quarantining started a lot of people are trapped with their abusers when you think domestic disturbance you don't usually think about family members beating on each other you usually think about couples people in a relationship well this clown as do name Adrian and showed me that is absolutely not the case let's go to ABC seven to see why I keep speaking all over things the call these do despicable seen the barren store shelves with no toilet paper in sight the tension over toilet paper has now turned violent in one home in Saugus LA county sheriff's deputies in Santa Clarita valley say a twenty six year old man attacked his own mother because he thought she was hiding toilet paper the twenty six year old was arrested the sheriff's department is expressed concern over the possible increase in violence domestic violence in particular during the pandemic you heard that right Adrian stole off on his mom was he told the paper pushed his old earth his mother the one from which he came in the face or with some god damn toilet paper I don't know what's in the cotton now nowadays we got Joe acting like streets beans you got mad head Sherman age crack heads and shaman heads out here in these streets is ridiculous it's been a few weeks now you know since we've all been so quarantine and the CDC has yet to tell us what's the correlation between corona virus into other people I understand when I go to the grocery store and Lysol is sold out I understand why hand sanitizer is sold out I understand why all the soap is sold out I understand what a sanitary wipes is sold out why is all angel soft what am I missing seriously I see videos online of people fighting in the grocery store over Scott toilet tissue and I'm like damn already the dials into Adrian yeah and you are twenty six years old let's discuss the obvious first of all you too old to be living with your mom okay you are described do you buy a Chilean left I was thinking about also known as a buster can you got the nerve to point your mother in the face the woman was clearly taking care you'll be growing twenty six year old ask you know how we know she's taking care you because you live with her and you need to have your own toilet paper you can't even properly wipe your **** without asking your mother's permission your mom had to hide the told the people from you because you were using too much of it you would put in too much quilted northern Inyo boutique I don't know what's going on in his world but there is something in the toilet paper and every time I hear a story about how YA wildin out over toilet paper it really makes me understand this means that that's floating around that I that I saw is just me where instead a capsule of crack instead of a counselor cracked Nino brown was holding a roll roll of toilet paper and I can look at them even turn it into a whole parity movie call new crack city okay to crack I have nothing to do with drugs and everything to do with the crack in your **** it would be about a crew hustlers who come into a community during the coronavirus prices in real life is the shortage of toilet paper in clearly people are dying to wipe their ****.
UK's Digital Economy: The Future of Payments
"K. Is a country that is adopted many payments innovations faster than most and it has risen to the challenge set by the European Union's Second Payment Services Directive which requires banks to open up their payments infrastructure. The resulting open banking promises to unleash even greater innovation by reducing the barriers of entry to the payment services market the UK's experience therefore is likely to foreshadow the evolution of payment systems around the world. My guests this month are Adrian. Buckle head of research portrayed dissociation. Uk Finance Steve Everett Managing Director of payments for global transaction banking Lloyds Banking Group and Fiona Roach Canning Co founder of UK based Fintech pollinate. I started our conversation by asking Adrian. What explains the apparent outbursts of innovation around payments in recent history? That hasn't been a lot of innovation. I'm payments in recent years. Although I think the changes in consumer behavior the patterns of payments that we've been seeing over the last five years probably driven more by innovations. That happened in the five years before that because people are very much creatures of habit when it comes to the way that they pay for things. It takes a lot for people to decide to change the way they pay and slow for example. The things that we've been seeing really growing over the last five years one of the key examples would be contactless payments and that has really exploded since about two thousand fifteen but actually the first contact and contactless cards were introduced in two thousand seven. So it's taken a long time for consumers to come round to the idea of contactless cards and then really take them and use them in a huge way such that by twenty eighteen. I think one in five payments made by consumers were made using contactless cards so we have seen some real innovations and real changes some of that due to changes in technology so for example contactless technology coming in but also mobile devices. And the fact that we're now all essentially carrying a mini computer around the time which gives us access to a huge amount of data and huge mountain information but also regulatory changes which have opened up the information that banks provide access to in the ways in which we can interact with all banks and those are going to provide changes that perhaps haven't had an impact on consumer behavior in recent years but are likely to be really key defining factors in the way that we pay for things over the next five or ten years
"adrian" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Our guys and we are back and it's time for for you know what my favorite segment of this podcast historic. Who'd Winks Regale Mr Ronnie Adrian with a A historic tale of fraud and chicanery. And we're going to get opinions on it throughout okay all right. It's Nice store on Yeah so actually. This is a bit of an older one. Well I say older. But it's like nineteen eighty-seven so sometimes we do really recent ones like you know that happened this year or whatever does dement event smoker so this is about Berry Jae Min Kao who is a former businessman pastor and convicted felon and I just love the pastors in there. Because I think that I mean I call this show scam goddess. My mom says to sacrileges. I am a Christian I do. I love God and the need to have that record on this podcast of that. I can show God when I get up to the gate lake. Look I know I did a lot of pension but you really think they'd like if view light got hold on before you try to condemn me. Go you have phones on this episode of my podcast real quick. When you say I look at? He hit arrested a pocket. You'RE GONNA be he likes. You know what I'm saying because you said they apart you'll hear you'll be like yeah but what about all of this the Bible where you can just come back and be like my bad I love God has to be the end though. Like I think it's like you have to like like. Yeah I love Guy I cou. I can't do no more. Oh Fuck Shit I got like they gotta be like No. You have to vote on over you. We cleared okay. Everybody on the deathbed like Jesus. Christ my Lord of Gilo don't make me do anything and they just didn't have been mishandling meal. I will know right off though it can be seen. No make me assist. Don't bring that sexy nurse sitting here. Don't bring nobody who go make me. I'm fresh soon. Pass to come at the last rites and like you other last the president is the family. Get Out don't make me saying sexy nursing you gotta stay fresh to all right while in high school he founded ZZ okay so it's four Z's and then the word best and it's pronounced Zee bist which which sounds like a modern day like cough syrup. Rapper they all have the letters in their names. modern-day called Sir okay. That's what I'm calling them. Okay I feel so bad maybe just give me one example of Chevy read. Okay all right all right now. Literally Sing About Gossiping every I want them. I hope this up so and immensely successful carpet cleaning company so Z.. Best is a carpet cleaning company. I don't know how I'm supposed to know that they clink carpet is not in the title of this that Menzies thing like if some sort of like. Oh this is going to help me sleep. Yeah I'm thinking like a manager. Yes yeah I'm not thinking carpet cleaning I love it. Hey I'm really really tired. Come into started looking at my floor. What you're doing right now? I don't sleep on the floor. They're playing now. We're hearing the carpet carpet is a scam. 'cause we get it. They've got to maintain it like just get one good anyway however it was actually a front to attract investment for a massive ponzi scheme so Z.. Best the carpet cleaning company was a affront to attract investment for a massive ponzi scheme collapsed in nineteen eighty seven causing investors and lenders a hundred million dollar I street one of the largest investment frauds ever perpetrated by a single person as well as one of the largest accounting frauds in history. Mama's Mama's was in here cooking these books like they were stir fry. Thanks.
"adrian" Discussed on The Lowe Post
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"adrian" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Up deals that makes sense sense for the Memphis. Take back with getting something out of it on a dollar to one of the teams is boring. And do you know why because Andrea dollars most valuable skill right now in the NBA is the ability to guard wings in the entire league and at least make them earn it and like muscles players play for the LA teams. Already I want to go to T.. Where he has to guard Kawai in? PG She and Lebron let's that that's more fun We'll see and last but not least a team that really we thought was conceived just for the sole purpose of making trades involving involving a letter dated was Doklam city thunder who already have nine million draft picks for everybody. They have four veterans Chris. Paul Vanilla gone. Dentist shooter Stephen Adams who everyone just kind assumed this season next season summer wherever they exist to be traded. Start with the biggest damn on the list. Are Any of these guys moving. There is Komo belief in Oklahoma City or even the three camp that there's going to be a trade for him after the season another year off of that giant contract. Maybe he's played well for them. Yeah a forty million dollars plus so I think they're resigned that he'll be they're gone Ariz the one who's on an expiring contract now if they can't find a trade for him if they don't do a trade from the deadline they can work with on a sign and trade after the season To a team that doesn't have cap space and then and then Schreuder Adams our players who they're going to take beds extruder. There's going to be interested in both but I think Oklahoma City is in a position where the guy under contract. They could. Wait till the season's over to do those deals.
"adrian" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Kind of value I mean? It's been a weird sees. Missed almost half of it. The team is totally injured in broken. What value does he have right now? And and don't don't you think they just wait until the summer to figure all this out. I do especially if you were going to move the Ngelo Russell. It isn't a big deal deal and I don't to me a scenario where he could move is the Angel Russell and that number one pick now the worst the number one overall pick you gotta see where that baby to see where it is. You've got a scout the world this year decide like that would be. He's not available. That would be like a Bradley. We build level player. You're getting a potential. You know cornerstone pick and a twenty-three-year-old. I'll start that gets back a lot so I think there are very few scenarios in a League where I think that's available to them but it doesn't make much sense for golden state to be out there canvassing the league on the Ngelo Russell. Now wait until the season's season's over see what it looks like this. They're not going to be making calls on the Ngelo Russell. People may call them. Minnesota had interests over the summer but they weren't ready to. They couldn't give the Russell Max contract and they didn't have the space he's got a megadeal golden state so Minnesota looks at the salary I think the Angelo Russell's playing the season at the very least. And maybe even beyond in Golden State. He's still very valuable asset. There's a healthy debate within the league about whether Diangelo Russel has positive or negative trait the value on that Mexico. Because as you said he got the full Max not a little bit less of the full thing. The bottom line is the Angela plus whatever that pick ends up being. That's where you let the playoffs. Offs play out and see if they create the playoff by outcome creates a new star. That wants out our new situation that goes haywire and whatever the best delivered the Ngelo Russell that exists in our in February. We'll be there again in the summer. There's no rush Anzac trading that kind of really high draft pick can be very short sighted even though you WanNa get another elite player on around the age and the career trajectory Yoki Klay Thompson Steph Curry. You got a chance. It's James Weisman. I Anthony Edwards. Those.
"adrian" Discussed on Revision Path
"This week's interview i'm talking with artists and creative director adrian franks let's start the show all right so tell us you are and what you do you do marie my name is adrian franks currently i'm a US creative director at IBM interactive experiences the division of ibm that mostly deal with of creating design and digital experiences for different types of clients in house agency potter consultancy so this is one thing i do but you know that's kind of like my bruce wayne job but my batman job will be that you know i'm out here in east eight design streets basically creating experiences anything from like film posters designs and tyler graphics to like you know app designs that more or less connect brown and diverse creatives to clients in the form of a marketplace culpepper so yeah you know and cadad- so i think that's like the big time to have right besides being a designing a creative and i'm a dead animal husband okay to nicole and garvey smile signs ni nice so i wanna get more into into all of that i i wanna start off just more about the work that you're doing at an IBM can you kind of walk me through what a normal day is like for you are you sure so if you think about IBM historically news the company has been around a hundred years right i mean you know these guys have the created things such as like the security system that we currently all use shout equifax i guess all the way till i some of the semiconductor ed was using a lot of the you know computers that we use you know ten years ago right but now they're more of a software company so these guys are really all about shing like cognitive different types of light AI differently like everything like enterprise design and different types of digital and technical services uh-huh to division i'm a part which is part of GPS global business services i xe where more like a group of designers you x. researchers of creatives and strategists and production guys who more or less help a lot of what we call it a partners and at various types of GPS leads to engage bryant almost in the same form as a as a agency but instead of us like you know approaching these guys are like campaign that will you know more or less sell a product or service these were there they have helped more or less business transformed from the business perspective using digital and using like strategy so a guy like me would more or less t. mobile strategist or you x. person or another young designer and we would more or less have a partner to reinvent help a client rian event whatever type of digital transformation looking for anything from like redesigning apps or creating like an enterprise approach for some of their services or products all we down to like these guys reimagined what their business can be from a digital perspective so yeah a lot of times i might be sketched i might be like oh keynote on my actually prototype like an example of something that can work for like a kiosk example like i helped redesign kiosks at a jet blue is one of my projects so yeah we do a lot of different things that are more you know business oriented and not necessarily campaign but sometimes we may do some marketing work too but it's rowsley digital transformation using what we call design thinking and experiencing design and what attracted you to IBM i know you said they're doing a lot of or they've done a lot of the things in the past but what specifically made you want to lend your talent to them oddly enough i never imagined myself being IBM to be honest i went to see oof advertising design right i want to be creative director so i pursued that flight you know obviously the first fifteen eighteen years of my career but a friend of mine who we more or less kind of you know you know connected through freelance work here in the tri-state area out in new jersey she based siklie took a job at ibm and you know from my understanding you know her spill was like well IBM's reinvesting bringing in more designers again they can't stop using designers from a long time ago you know the last time they actually had designers working with the company was like charles eames and elliott no as any in light you know paul rand who -ironically create a logo so that was like the last time big blue you know that's the nickname IBM actually use designers but being dead now more of a software company less hardware we know that design thinking and design leaders designed type talent kamal it's helped drive hottest software can be used to experience point of view so to really make this you know long story pretty short these guys really need more talent that knew how to tell stories right at the end of the day they can tell a story it can be visual they could give it some kind of context can grind on exit strategy or more or less you know selling experience or client as opposed to hear the take that you're going to buy here's how to use technology in terms of targeting users so that's how i ended up there because you know they need it more nine talent and yes he kinda gave me offer can refuse and i'm like well at least try and see what happened in i've been there now at least five years nice what's been the the biggest challenge for you so far with what you're doing i will say the biggest challenge is that well you know IBM is one hundred year old company like i mentioned so a lot of times they deal with other companies as more or less like them right so that you know some of the clientele would be like these big insurance companies government agencies do you know companies have been around a long time and if you know anything about like you know big companies like that you know those guys very slow to change so convince these companies that you know if you don't disrupt yourself while some smaller nimble more agile companies come right along and potentially disrupt anti-business now you can be one or two things you can either jump in front of that change or disruption or you can potentially acquired that company but you know sometimes incompetence like that it just kind of swallowed up into the current company the big company and nothing really changes right so that's always not the best strategy as well so the biggest issues that i've noticed being big blue is that it is trying to get convince ali's bigger companies you know why they should change and housing ads bottom line is going to give them like some type of return investment and this idea that you know by changing a bunch of things now invested in like new technologies and news designed systems and new design practices is going to save you money in the long term and even sometimes the immediate short term but yes sometimes that can be challenging sleeping with like CMO's CMO's of this there for a short period of time in the onto the next job 'cause they won't technology to work now and trying to take analogy a minute that just kind of you know work properly yeah i mean not even working properly but also just like get the adoption rate up you know trek correct keno again people companies a full of people and people you know overall people say like change what people don't like change you're apprehensive to change right yeah i know designers we always trying to change the way that people do a reinvent something right and you know we run up against that wall of people who's at verse to what we're trying to create so yeah you know is ultimately dealing with clients dealing with you know people don't wanna change and i get it does sometimes changing something on the climb here means that somebody got lose some money somebody's gotta invest in this and i lose money here i don't look great if i don't look great the get fired in AP family to take care of so you know it's a it's a domino effect of a lot of things that we sometimes don't understand that you know changes changes a client saying notice something is on you know a bunch of things that we have to consider like other variables or whatever so that's the big thing now you mentioned design thinking how do you generally end up approaching projects at IBM in the i x division is kind of a similar process everything more or less yes you know sometimes clients meena always buy into the idea of using design thing it's a framework to change a business or assess like you know how do we engage the user base or whatever but what we try to do is adapted so is not so cumbersome right because you know design thinking as a framework is pretty massive is scalable oh and his it can be pretty big but i think a lot of times we're we've now have learned to break it apart and used parts of design thinking specifically solve a problem for a company at that moment 'cause sometimes accompanies not trying to transform themselves they just need a saw one small problem right and maybe design thinking what we know it i've used citing parts of design thinking it can solve specific problems once you saw that problem what usually happens is a climate allies will oh being and i saw this problem it's attached to this other problem which is tasked to more problems which is attached to five of the problems which now maybe everything this approach and maybe used the full gamut of like design thinking but a lot of times you just kinda have to get the conversation going and just saw that one small problem i yeah so that's how more or less obscene designed thinking being used big blue and of course you know big blue is now like the company that invented it you know anybody who's a designer like a product designer some type of you know industrial designer they've been using like this the methodologies of design thinking for like ever and i know audio and like i think the the business school at stanford was like the the two most recent entities that basically made design thinking kind of popular and then on you know IBM will adapted that framework and made it his own and now before IBM i know you've worked at a number of different ad agencies either as director as a creative director work the digital all status greg world grew up global hugh your homework twenty two square down here in atlanta yeah i i won't go into each one of those but when you look back at that agency time like what really stands out to you during that time well i can truly say what agency versus what we call in design consultancy agency do get at the reason why people do things right because at the end of the day where narrative driven creatures so agencies a they do a great job at telling the story i think consultancies do a good job at trying to solve a business problem right now if you can have a place that can more or less due to both then you know now you got what you call it a you know a creative unicorn and i think what i've tried to become his that person who understands like how to tell a good story as well as hot historic insolvable problem so the things i've learned that the agency is that i've learned how to really tell a good compelling creative story and what i've learned at you know at a working at places like a censure and even like digitize and even like you know obviously here IBM is that a story and put it in the form of like like a user store and use the story they're going to need to solve a problem is in you know triggers and with things that ultimately can be solved for like a user and put it in the story form is like it's a beautiful thing so i just think thank you know having being in both of those worlds i've seen how those two methods of replying together can be very powerful thing now let's switch gears here a little bit because i really wanna learn more about your background and certainly what what has brought you to where you are now where did you grow up arrays atlanta georgia all right baby grady baby was design and art and everything kind of like a big part of your growing up our say being a just a artistic being a part of a big part of my growing up right like my parents they allowed me to more or less kind of conway right like it was my dad kind of figured that i was kinda gonna be like artists and it was my mom who really supported that right so she's the one that basic lee give me a lot of classes as a kid enrolled me i like a lot of like screen printing classes drawing classes you know like the atlanta college announced take this path of being a creative in artists at a very young age the age of eight right so growing up in atlanta i will say that the one thing that academy creativity kinda sticky for me and just kind of find was the music scene so design as a coach i wouldn't say was big in atlanta but it was definitely present and unfortunately most of the time it was people who didn't like me he was more people either you know mostly white right so if you want it to be more of a designer than you would have to kind of venture into that world but if he just wanted just full on just creative fluid individual i you know atlanta was always plays that you know a lot of creative black people just excellent black excellence type by people would just be their rice i got a lot of creativity manages being in the city of atlanta so going to things like the malcolm x. festival as a kid checking out things in the west and looking at my grandparent's within attains definitely checking out phone jazz cafe when i was in college oh man yeah that's bad right and it was the name of that i've showed at the hip hop show american rap makers you know watching all those different things as a kid you know really few my creativity and drawing from comic books like that was kinda cool but again that's a create a side but the design side yeah i kind of have to victory into you know uncharted water so you know go on to like the hellenic college are learning screen printing and understanding who was dealers ram in paul ran milton glaser and louis feely and even meeting like black designers like charlie palmer and his wife at the time there taylor you know that was a.
"adrian" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"You want it. You need it. It's what everyone's talking about the Kevin Sheehan show now here's Kevin. You're listening listening to the sports. Tommy is here. Erin is here we're all here. and we're going to have some fun today a short sprint mode because we've all got things to do this afternoon. We apologize for that. That's my fault because we had some issues with the studio this morning so we are. GonNa have the studio. Do you up and running for forty five minutes which will give us a quick forty five minute podcast for you today. I guess you know when I think about it now. I didn't even have to mention that we could have just gotten to forty eighty five minutes and stopped. Yes and people would said Hey. What's the deal. Why is it so short but I'm telling you up front. It's because we're getting late started late today because we had issues with the studio and and now we've got people like Tom. Erin that have other responsibilities this afternoon so let's get to it first of all good week to you I haven't seen you since last Thursday. We've had a lot transpire. Only yes absolute lot. I'd like to start with the things that I actually care about. The most in that is is getting your reaction to the Redskins thirty to twenty seven loss to Philadelphia on Sunday. You were there. Yes I will you were in the locker room afterwards. What did you think of the overall day the effort and then the reaction to it well. I mean the overall effort first of all case keenum was is remarkable. It's very good he was he was very good and in the first half I mean he missed some things. Don't get me wrong like the biggest play the game east in the first half Jay gruden Chakib that I have video when he goes to apply for another head coaching job and say see look at that that's what I can do and that's not Aaron Rodgers back there. That's case keenum and we were playing the eagles. I mean that's how good that first half was for him and then the decision vision to me that I think that decision not to activate Adrian Peterson and this sense of urgency of using various guys I thought that I turned in the second half for them now. I'm in a real small minority on its. I'm sure you won't agree with me but there was a sequence of place early in the third quarter where Redskins lead twenty two fourteen at that point and they got the ball pretty deep in their own territory. Maybe twenty five ever maybe it was just the twenty five and I down there as guys no gain second down. I think it was case. Keenum Incomplete Pass S. third-down dairies guys five year loss. They had the ball for two minutes. They're basically and then punted the ball from deepen our own territory. Darren sproles WHO's found the Fountain of youth returned it to the forty seven yard line right and then you had the had the fifty he three yarder to deshaun Jackson for for touchdown to give Philly the lead at that point when they when they had the ball deepen their territory. You needed a running back who could grind it out. You needed a guy who could just move the chains. Once twice would have been great but just wants to have moved the chains to kept your defense off the field a little bit more kept phillies offense off the field a little bit more being even better field position when you punted the ball down the field to put philly deeper in their own territory. That was when you needed Adrian Peterson do I not I think eight. Do I know Adrian Peterson would have been able to do that. I don't know if he would've but I know he has done it. Darius Geiss has never done it in. NFL came name that was when they needed just they needed to. I down at that point. One would have been fine to would have been a gift at that point and then they punt the ball and maybe you never see the Sean Jackson touchdown pass after that and to me that that illustrated the foolishness of not just benching Adrian Peterson put this whole notion of of special teams. J. ALLUDED TO IT IN THE POST game press conference offerings talk about how impressive Darren sproles was in the game well. If that's the case why the sense of urgency I for dressing and starting various these guys what what was the urgency if this was a situation where you really felt you needed your special teams situation at that point y play the rookie too. If you're in a running back dilemma why why go with the guy who has it still hasn't proven himself in NFL game. I think Jay had a terrible had a great first half but it was overshadowed by his really foolhardy decision decision not to use Adrian Peterson. You know this is this is the great thing about what we do and I was talking to doc about this yesterday about you know it seems like like we get into this football season with this particular franchise and then what we do which is covered this team and talk about this team. It's it's the gift that it keeps on giving. It never stops. It is a total lock that they're going to give you something other than the results of the game which which more often than not or losses to talk about into be upset about into debate about in all positions more times than not a reasonable so so. I would just start with this like and I said this on the podcast yesterday with cooling and on the radio show after the defense failed them the defense. It's failed them and the defense failed them. I would get to like the fourth reason they lost the game. That's my view. The defense gave up three hundred and eight yards twenty five points and eight of ten on third down in the second half and by the way just for you know to mention this even though it doesn't show out outs statistically as much defense only allowed seven points in the first half but Philadelphia drove the ball on him. Philadelphia had a twelve play fifty or drive they windfall on a fourth in to the only reason they're I drive got derailed as Jackson got hit with a fifteen yard penalty fighting Dunbar. They scored a touchdown on one and then you know one another one they had a penalty so it's not like the defense was phenomenal in the first half but it wasn't the glaring issue that it became in the second half when it essentially could not get off the field at all at any point in time. Philadelphia went touchdown drive touchdown drive touchdown drive field goal Dr Neil out one plate and the game so I in terms of just this game and I'll get to the Adrian Peterson stuff. It's what happened on their first drive in the second half when geist gained nothing on a play in which and then on second and ten they were going to run them again but there was a false start all right with Moses now your first and second and fifteen and then they ran him again and Fletcher Cox completely blew up the interior of the line. Maybe Adrian three in Peterson on that first downplay would've gotten seven yards and then the for the false start would have been a second in eight instead of a second fifteen. I don't know maybe I I do know this that Jay Jay's success in the first half and the right game plan against Philadelphia was to attack Philadelphia's his weakness which was their secondary not their interior front seven trying to run the football against a team. That's difficult to run the football against and they we're successful doing what he you know had the idea to do would he in Kevin Okay McConnell game plan for which was to throw the ball with by the way hey supplies weapons to all of us not to them right. No one knew I mean we heard about Terry. McLaren hadn't seen it now. We know that guy's got not only blazing speed speed. He's got separation skill got hands. Get Him so this immediate you know when he got into camp optimism mm-hmm and almost the day one. We're hearing oh he's not. GonNa play special teams yeah. He's going to be your lead receiver and we're like really terry. maclaurin the guy they drafted in the third third round a we just thought he was a gunner a great specialty in May develop into a good receiver. We saw what they saw in the in the opener I I on the on the Peterson thing Tommy. It's like my feeling yesterday and I came in today on radio and spent too long talking about the calls just kept coming. I this is a real hot button topic right now. How the hell could Jay Gruden deactivate a hall of Famer and you mentioned the players that they had up in lieu of Peterson when those players like the runningback smallwood was in a nineteen special snaps. She's it's not like Adrian. Peterson where we see you would more likely than not. Who are you going to put down. WE'RE GONNA put down Chris Thompson. I'm certainly out guys okay. You're going to put down guys yeah. You're going to put down the guy who basically they told us a year ago. When they drafted him they stolen. He was a first round guy. This is emmett Smith Barry Sanders in Jim Brown in reincarnated. We're so smart for drafting this guy and of course he gets hurt. The only reason that Adrian Peterson is on this roster is he got hurt in the preseason last year and then Doug Williams did not ask for permission he decided to beg for forgiveness and just go ahead and bring Adrian Peterson in for a workout in Doug was right to do it neighboring great last year he wouldn't have been here had guys gotten hurt. had had guys not gotten hurt the season. They played guys in the third preseason. They look really good. Yes he did and Peterson look good in his one. Yes he did so you get into. The area of the coach made a decision that he thought it was in the best interests of the football team now. It's hard to really debate strongly that they wouldn't have been better off with with Peterson. You may be right. They could have been better ah better off a Peterson the experience the opener the the stage but I don't see any way in which was healthy off being drafted where he was last year. You're over the excitement over what we were told. We missed all last year not having guys to put him down in the opener. I can't imagine that that was ever going. Sonja possibility oh you're a prisoner of your own decision in that case. You're a prisoner of the decision to draft. Dairies guys know your yes. You are now your prisoner of the fact that the player that you WANNA play in. Maybe the right player to play for the football team. Best guys may have been the GUY TO J. Thanks gives them the best chance to win. Sunday Sunday best chance going forward the problem is is the player you deactivated was Adrian Peterson if it had been you know another journeyman journeyman running back that had had a good year. Let's just take Alfred Morris. Let's say Alfred Morris had come in last year and been you know the back for the redskins. When Guy Scott her. No one would have cared no no one would've it was the fact that that you're deactivating. Adrian Peterson and then the stories came out about how Whoa the locker room is not happy. You know all of these veteran players ears in the locker room that have well and so much not happy. It's gone beyond that Aaron what did bence. I just talked to Ben. What really yeah I just talked to him because somebody texted? I in me what he was reporting. Yes and call them because I didn't really understand what the text was and Ben Essentially believes that Gruden is the only Geiss Fan Dan on the coaching staff that the rest of the coaches believed that Adrian Peterson's just a flat out better player in would have been a better option for them not only in the opener but moving forward word which you know is a knock on Geiss and a credit to to to Adrian Peterson now. I do know that J does like guys. I also know that Bruce Likes guys. Remember remember Bruce didn't bring Adrian Peterson in Libya. I we know how petty and small minded he can be and jealousy can be..
"adrian" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table
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"adrian" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"I will be happy to put him on. He's. Thirty three and four that is his wreck thirty three and three. I'm sorry would one draw. He has never been knocked out. He did get put down by Markos Madonna, but he got up. He lost that fight. That was. That was back in December of two thousand and thirteen. Laws the show import in two thousand fifteen June of two thousand fifteen loss to Mikey Garcia in July of two thousand seventeen. Majority draw against Jesse Vargas last, April so Adrian Brodie. I mean in terms of potentially being a marquee. This fight is incredibly important to him. He loses this fight. He'll probably fall off the mat he wins this fight. It'd be a big difference of all how one of the belts. And Secondly, and more importantly, it will put him in line the face some of the elite dudes in the division. I don't know. Whether it's a rematch with children porter. Whether it's a match against God, Danny Garcia, whether to shot against Keith Thurman, whether his going against aero spins junior, who's my favorite in the welterweight division. There could be potentially a lot options for Adrian. Oh, because if he wins this fight he's a champion. So let's keep that in mind champion belt that many pack out took from Jeff worn. Now from Jeff on. I apologize. But. He just want. I'm sorry. I was somebody was in my LA this gentleman. I got a bit distracted my apologies. Adrian pro wants to come on at approximately thirty minutes past the hour. That's fine. Hopefully, he'll be ready to go adapt particular day and time, by the way, I didn't say Jeff home because a pack ya got robbed at the decision. Jeff one lost at but ended up winning that TKO against Lucas Matisse's DC t say so pack yet won that fight. It's got WB belt and as a result now. He's going to defend it against Adrian Pronin who will be all with us thirty minutes past the hour until then we'll get back to the phones and eighty eight say ESPN edited seven to nine three seven seven six. But before I do that. Scotty pippin. I don't know. I think he was on the jump is that right cat was he on a jump? Yes. He was on the jump with Rachel Nichols. Who bought away did a great job interview and boogie cousins is well, she always this great job. Scotty Pippen was speaking about Zion. Williamson of Duke. And he said something that got my attention. And I just can't avoid talking about it. I have to address it. I'm not doing my job if I chose to if I chose to ignore this. So let me just get right into it. Please play what Scottie Pippen said about Zion. Williamson please definitely going to be the number one pick. I mean, I think he's done enough for basketball college basketball that is more important personally now, and I think for him as a young player that I would show the down..
"adrian" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"I will be happy to put him on. He's. Thirty three and four that is his wreck thirty three and three. I'm sorry would one draw. He has never been knocked out. He did get put down by Markos Madonna, but he got up. He lost that fight. That was. That was back in December of two thousand and thirteen. Lost the show import in two thousand fifteen June of two thousand fifteen loss to Mikey Garcia in July of two thousand seventeen. Majority draw against Jesse Vargas last, April so Adrian Brodie. I mean in terms of potentially being a marquee. This fight is incredibly important to him. He loses this fight. He'll probably fall off the map. He wins this fight. It'd be a big difference of all how one of the belts. And Secondly, and more importantly, it will put him in line the face some of the elite dudes in the division. I don't know. Whether it's a rematch with children porter. Whether it's a match against God, Danny Garcia, whether to shot against Keith Thurman, whether his him going against aero spins junior, who's my favorite in the welterweight division. There could be potentially a lot options for Adrian, bro. Because if he wins this fight he's a champion. So let's keep that in mind champion belt that Manny Pacquiao took from Jeff horn. Now from Jeff Warner. I apologize. But. You just want. I'm sorry. I was somebody was in my LA this gentleman. I got a bit distracted my apologies. Adrian Brunel wants to come on at approximately thirty minutes past the hour. That's fine. Hopefully, he'll be ready to go adapt particular day, and Tom, by the way, I didn't say Jeff home because a pack ya got robbed at the decision. Jeff horn lost at but ended up winning that TKO against Lucas Matisse's DC t say so pack yet won that fight. It's got WBA belt and as a result now. He's going to defend it against Adrian Pronin who will be all with us thirty minutes past the hour until then we'll get back to the phones at eighty eight say ESPN is edited seven to nine three seven seven six. But before I do that. Scotty pippin. I don't know. I think he was on a jump is that right cat was he on a jump? Yes. He was on the jump with Rachel Nichols. Who bought away did a great job interview and boogie cousins is well, she always this great job. Scotty Pippen was speaking about Zion. Williamson of Duke. And he said something that got my attention. And I just can't avoid talking about it. I have to address it. I'm not doing my job if I chose to if I chose to ignore this. So let me just get right into it. Please play what Scottie Pippen said about Zion. Williamson please definitely going to be the number one pick. I mean, I think he's done enough for basketball college basketball that is more about him Portland personally now. And I think for him was a young player that I would shut it down..
"adrian" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Adrian cock Croft is a partner with battery ventures and before that he was a cloud architecture. Netflix. Adrian, welcome to software engineering daily by so today, we're talking about schedulers and scheduling is a canonical topic of computer science. So let's start the conversation by exploring the fundamentals of schedulers. What is schedule? So scheduler is some software that allocates resources to something that needs to get done. And there are many, you know, it's a long history of this. It goes back to the beginning of computer science, and we keep sort of reinventing the same things over and over again to some extent that we keep applying the similar algorithms to different objects, basically different entities that need to be scheduled in. What is the problem that we're solving over and over again, why do we need to keep reinventing the idea of a scheduler with the same algorithms? Does actually multiple things solving full. And this is why there isn't one scheduling awkward you might want to run more efficiently. You might want to run with lower latency. I mean, you might want to get something done in the most efficient way postal or series of things might want to get individual things to finish quickly might want them to be scheduled. They're way that's fair to people sheds out the capacity to people in according to some policy. You've got those also how much you want to weigh what for vague ability. You know, if if something goes wrong, what he wants to do you want to recover from it? So there's lots of different possible things. Optimizing for on. That's why there are lots of different scheduling algorithms in the literature. Basically you're talking here about the different goals that scheduler can have and different goals manifest. In different strategies for how the scheduler tries to achieve that goal. What are the different strategies that map to these different goals that you've talked about? So if you. That's just say, I mean, that's chip probably better to talk about different types of schedulers. I could get a bit more concrete the things scheduling if we go back in history what we're trying to schedule is a piece of work that needs to hang program that needs to run and the most sort of common thing that people run into his operating system. So you have a bunch of processes that need to run on a computer, and which ones gonna run next. So that scheduling algorithm has to pick who runs next. So that's the state of scheduling, then when we went to multiple processes systems within had to figure out which CPU to run on. And if everyone was trying to run the same CPU, Wendy you choose to switch to a different CPU. And what's the cost of switching the cost of staying where you are. And so there's a whole lot of work that was done particularly in the nineteen nineties on Unix systems on lenox eventually. Was Lennox built. It's multiple Sasa sort of skied ability to get the system to scale. So those little to work down on Solarz, for example, if you look up Hendry Tucker he was one of the key engineers working on this of as a paper from nineteen Ninety-three who the benefits of cash efficient cash, affinity, scheduling and shit memory multiple processes. So that's kind of a summary of the state of the was in ninety three for as the hit twenty process of machines. We would try to figure out which the twenty CPS you run them. So that was one piece of the problem, then went to networks of machines. So we're looking at load balances and load balances a trying to send traffic to the right machine. So that's another scheduling problem. And nowadays, we've got what clothes sort of containerize what clothes where we're trying to decide. I have a container. Where should I run it which hosts should I run it on? How should I distribute across the system? So all of these are examples of schedulers. And they also sort of have the same underlying principles the applies to them. So how do the schedulers on a single machine differ from the schedulers that are being used to manage resources across a cluster of machines? I think the main difference is the is the availability dimension if you'll trying to schedule a let's say you've got, you know, a bunch of services a bunch of container example, says most Dakota bunch of containers which. Providing a service if I happened to schedule the mole in the same container host and that contain hose fails, I've lost my service..
"adrian" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Personnel is an innocent man that you get pulled into this and you have to address this and you have a family and you have kids we saw him at the owners meetings with his family all smiles and if it actually was something that happened then he does deserve to to to have come up at some point and we're gonna see what happens i think the lions have said what they're gonna say about it and now he goes back to the business of coaching his team they have a rookie minicamp on friday and i think it's it's almost silly because you're right there's no way to to know anything on it but to your point dan if there's anything else that does come out or anything moving forward then the lions are going to then it's going to be on them to respond and if nothing else comes out i think it's just gonna be something that hangs over this season it's a fluid situation i think let's move on adrian peterson we did a live hit for nfl network earlier this week about free agents some of our so many viewers we're not even trillions yeah we don't even know if actually happened that tape wasn't even live i don't like the light of the audience i'm sorry little camera magic there you know adrian peterson doesn't have a job the segment we did was free agents that are notable guys that could probably help team that's don't don't have a gig so all day one of the great running backs of this generation still looking for work he's posting workout videos and showing that he's still can get it done tom pal cerro had a conversation with ap he had this to say i'm healthy and i'm ready to roll if you want someone to help you win a championship and be productive be very productive you know how to contact me wes i know you believe all day deserves another year in this league do you think it happens.
"adrian" Discussed on First Things First
"You better no this sean paying will fire back at you sam payne comes from what coaching tree build par cells and he coaches the same way so we see that anymore you will see agent peter youth nine that he thought he was map plan nine steps last night he'll be playing less than as the season goes on i when i was reading about this game last night people were already writing articles or blog posts about potential trade destinations adrian peterson here's thing the the book is out we now have a a big sample size he's not good anymore like that doesn't mean he wasn't great right he was great adrian peterson is the second best running back to me of less fifteen twenty years behind only lithuanian tomlinson but it has less twelve games he's giving a three point three yards per carry and fifty five yards per game he hasn't had a 100yard game city i'm sorry he's had one 100yard game since november 30th of 2015 we are in twenty seventeen he's just he is not a valuable piece anymore so what i wanna know from you chris is you'll never got to this place with the vikings you your final year with the vikings you were you are no longer no disrespect the best receiver and football but you were still a very valuable football player how do you think he deals with being going from i am bar i'm the league mvp that height to where he is now less 90s officials water his back.
"adrian" Discussed on First Things First
"Two tuesday edition the first things first podcast this is nicaragua's big both shoulder fairly greg is here future a hall of famer larry pitch gerald rejoined the show clause four talk and if the vikings are for real and does adrian peterson news admit he's no longer blow adrian peterson subscribe to the show on apple podcast leave us a review make it five stars looks fit it started right now the vikings dominated a face twenty nine nineteen in the early games sam bradford carved up new england with three a new orleans with three hundred forty six yards and three touchdowns ricky davin cooked ran for one hundred twenty seven yards in his nfl debut and minnesota's defense held adrian peterson the former viking to just eighteen yards in his return after the game san bradford said the sky is the limit for this vikings team we were very confident progress that miki from both huge to try and keep the we were playing know i saw in our garage and i was really the first time that it translated onto i think that we have the capability of doing that on a regular basis guys all eyes i thought run adrian peterson coming out and all eyes are on how well this vikings team played at the end of this i thought they had a really good game overall ccr the vikings for real this year the vikings arthur real an i can understand why people would think no they're not for real after last season's getting off to a five star finishing the last levin gamzo three and aid for a stiller a nate record but the vikings they have a huge huge homefield advantage playing in the new stadium may have their they had five new offensive line and view tack sam braff.