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"alan henry" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

Gadget Lab Podcast

07:50 min | Last month

"alan henry" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast

"Mike lauren have you ever visited the metaverse. Yeah i think so. I think there was this time. When i was meeting with microsoft executive in a hollow lens to headset and then i had to switch between that and the hp reverb g to vr headset which was connected to some giant high-powered pc. And like i walked into my kitchen counter. And i was like i think i just hit. The metaverse is that that sounds right. Yeah that sounds good to me. i'll take it. yes hi everyone. Welcome to gadget lab. I am michael. Lauria senior editor wired. And i'm laurin. good. I'm a senior writer at wired. We are also joined. Today by wired writer peter rubin. Hello peter welcome back to the show. Hey hey guys. It is great to be here again. Peter we have you on because yes we are talking about the metaverse and we are talking about. Vr and you've written a book about vr. It's called future presence. How virtual reality is changing human connection intimacy and the limits of ordinary life. How did i do. That's the full title. You did great. And it's out in paperback now too. And then there are there additions of it all over the world so even if you're listening to this in korea or anywhere else you can. You can get a copy. That doesn't sound very high tech paperback. What's that i know there's audio and there's there's an e book to here used to be an editor wired but even though he has moved on from our virtual four walls is still a regular contributor to wired and a regular guest here on the show. So it's good to have you man. Oh man it's so great to be back i was. I was just telling you before we started rolling. I miss our knees bumping together under the table in a too small studio that we used to record this and sharing our lung juice. And as lauren as as lauren put it or lungs which give alan henry credit for that for meyer from our wired team. He's the one who i said lunges at one point and now i just cannot get it out of my mind even if that had been coined in twenty nine thousand nine hundred it would have been gross but now it's just too. It's almost too much to take doubly gross. Well we could be recording this In person but instead we are recording. Virtually we're all in our own spaces right now which is sort of fitting for today because we are talking about virtual reality in the workplace. It sounds really boring but stay with me here a few days ago facebook showed off a new beta. Vr experience called horizon workrooms. It's a combination of virtual and augmented reality technology. That lets you interact with both the real world and a simulated environment at the same time. It sounds cool but it's for meetings so it's sort of like ready player one. If ready player one took place entirely in an office conference room with power points in whiteboards but facebook's new vr experiences exciting because it melts the real world with the virtual world in new and interesting ways. It's an idea that hints at new types of human computer interaction that proponents have dubbed the metaverse and later on on the show. We're going to get back to the metaverse and we're gonna talk about exactly what that means. And why. There's so much hype. Attach that word but before we get meta. I think we need to hear all about facebook's demo so peter you jacked into soccer verse tell us about it. I did which sounds a lot more legally actionable than it is thankfully. And i'm sure william gibson with thank you. I i like how the phrase just it became obsolete so long ago but we can't stop ourselves from using it. Yes i jacked in last week and what that involves it. This only runs on the quest to headset. Which of course is the most recent all in one headset. that oculus facebook Happened selling so the the first order. Business is Like like the original question to let you sort of define a place bass wherever you are using the hand controllers but instead of like drying out a space on the floor it asks you to trace the outline of your desk the front edge of your desk so it gets a sense of the width of your desk It asks you to clear most things away from your desk and then to sort of put your laptop open in front of you. And then if you're using either a mac book pro or the trackable logitech keyboard That became available earlier this year. It will actually show you a virtual sort of similac rim of the keyboard so you can reach out in touch type if you want to So you're looking down your at the sort of vr version of a desk and you see the pairs with your laptop so you see the screen of your actual computer superimposed on your virtual environment nice and big as big as you want it and it's super readable because the display on the quest to was is ridiculously good especially compared to kind of earlier generations of the are. And so if you have one of these trackable keyboards you see it and when you reach out the other thing i should point out is the question the quest to work not just with hand controllers but with hand tracking so the sensors. That are on. The outside of the headset can actually see your hands in space. Really good sort of detail of each individual finger and you can use of general Controls in space to select things in the usual sort of you. I of of the quest ecosystem so instead of us having control in your hands as you traditionally would in. Vr you can just reach out. It sees your hands and when they get an range of of the trackable keyboard. That's when the sort of overlay comes into place. So what you end up seeing is kind of a ghostly grave version of your real hands the pass through cameras kick on and you see them hovering over this sort of virtual superimposed keyboard and so allows you to touch type in vr. While still seeing your keyboard of course because you have the your computer screen in there with you you can kind of work as you normally might now i was using mac book air and so it was like millimeters off and so there were there ways that i had to kind of rely on muscle memory instead of taking the the the tracking for granted. But it did really well. So that's the that's the kind of home office setup of of of horizons workrooms. And then you go into a meeting room. And that's when the kind of collaboration the real fun quote the gins and what was it like interacting with other people in this space since you took the briefing with other journalists and i think with mark zuckerberg himself right. It was a room. It was a room full of people. And it felt very much like a roomful people. There are probably six or seven. Journalists there. andrew bosworth who's the vp of facebook rowdy. Labs was there. Mark zuckerberg started on a video screen as though he was on because he was a video call and then he put on a headset and so he came in as his avatar. He was there and there are some other folks there as well. Now the difference. I saw this when the news came out. Because of course i did people were like. Why would you want this. We already have zoom. And i made this point. I made this point years ago in the book might mentioned future presence. Now the thing that we're so used zoom meetings at this point. But if i want to look as though i'm looking at you i look into a camera and if i want to look at your faces in front of me on the computer screen you're going to look at it as my eyes are looking down unless you have a camera that is kind of hung down into the middle of your monitor. You're never going to make any sort of simulation i contact. So yeah we're sort of here but we're never looking directly at each other not once it's impossible to do we can't make contact on zoom call. That is the one of the major things. That that vr overcomes..

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"alan henry" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"alan henry" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to true mysteries. At the pacific northwest stories of strange and unexplained people places and events often obscured by the time. I'm your host kit crumb. Today we go to washington's cascade mountains and majestic mount rainier that seems to attract even help produce flying saucers or perhaps meraj saucers students of saucer. All g no private pilot. Kenneth arnold famously saw nine flying saucers in a pattern over the cascade mountains in the vicinity of mount rainier on june twenty-fourth nineteen. Forty seven arnold. Ufo's have been variously interpreted as airplanes flying in formation a flock of american white pelicans balloons even droplets of water on his airplanes windshield. However it has been hypothesized that it is more likely. An optical phenomenon called mountaintop mirage. This phenomenon gives the appearance of hovering saucer shaped craft the conditions that produce garage it is a mountain tops themselves that appear in artificial suspension above the landscape given the clear skies and smooth air which arnold saw the flying saucers together with an angle of the sun. All that was needed was a temperature. Inversion to complete the formula normally air becomes colder with the increase in altitude. Sometimes however the situation gets reversed for example the ground cooling rapidly at night can cool the air directly over it and sense a layer above that is naturally warm or the result is temperature inversion this causes light rays that pass through the air to bend with images thus becoming distorted and in the case of mountaintop meraj also appearing displaced arnold's about his sightings helped to bolster the case for just such mirages being responsible he said the objects appeared to reflect sunlight and that they even seemed like reflections indeed a flashing. They made in. The sun reminded me of the reflection of a great mirror. He said and they look like they were rocking. The entire effect would have been enhanced by the position of the sun its light reflecting off the upper surface of the mirage he stated that in addition the saucer like objects were flying very close to the mountain tops seemingly swerved in out of high mountain peaks and he came to conclude a formation in the neighborhood of five miles. Long a large squadron. Indeed he saw them he calculated from two definite points not adams and mount rainier as being a hundred miles away and he got as close to them as twenty three miles now. Mount rainier was not directly part of the miraj which was caused by other mountains in the washington cascade range but arnold did describe the saucer as flying approximately south from mount baker the direction of mt rainier therefore we characterize ladder as metaphorically a magnet for. Ufo's mountains like mount rainier actually helped form clouds into shape of flying saucers called lynn. Titular cloud these smooth formations may take simple form of double convex lens or they may be much more elaborate piled into a stack of two or more as if with a spaceship undercarriage below. Such clouds may appear singly or in groups. resembling a squadron of flying saucers. These cloud saucers are seen in and around. Mountainous areas there formed when stable moist air flows over hills or mountains causing large standing waves to form on the prominence or downside of among should the temperature at the crest of the wave. Drop to the do point. I'll take your cloud may be formed. Titular clouds typically remain stationary have a long duration of beautiful array of layered. Clouds was photographed for instance over Sallow brazil with a mountain range in the distance more relevant in to the present discussion though another source points out that on someday seattle washington is treated to an unusual sky show when length clouds from nearby mount rainier which looms less than seventy five miles away to the south. This does a little performance. Take your clouds can actually be reported as ufo's investigator. Alan henry sites at case involving confusion over these saucer luck alikes in which five to six lend titular. Clouds hung stationary over keven mountain for half an hour. In reno nevada then descended into a conventional cloud layer moreover like airplanes weather balloons planets shooting stars another aerial phenomena these cloud formations are subject to atmospheric distortion caused for example by intervening fog. Ice crystals. were pools of air in the like the resulting distorted image may appear specially saucer like it is possible that among the ufo cases remain unsolved a few could involve len titular clouds. Possibly viewed under unusual conditions. True mystery strives to report stranger unexplained phenomenon which there is an abundance of the pacific northwest. But every once in a while we feel obliged to explain away the mystery in the case of today's story flying saucers over the cascades. Was scientific explanation lent take your clouds. This story was researched by ryan anderson. Handwritten buyers.

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"alan henry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"alan henry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Hello, Alan. I brought your horse back Marshal. He's been run hard. He looks all right. You. You found Luther, did you? He's dead. You found him dead. He had it coming a long time. Here. I'll lift him down. That's hurt easy. Easy there. Yes, Mr Dillon, Chester. Take the body up to Doc's, will you? Yes. Is Henry out? I'm real Sorry I'll be going on my show. I'll take my horse then I love you. You got any plans for varying Luther? Put him in any ground you like only Don't tell me where it is. And when you do it You know how he died alone? He was shot. Look, it's near dark, Alan. You could put up in town for the night. If you Don't put him near Ethan Marshall. I wouldn't want that. How Doc's working on Luther. Now, Mr Dillon. He's just plumb full of holes. Yeah, I know. From his Henry. Even though she don't act like it. I just know she feels terrible. Yeah, She's grieving her hard on you. Where you going, Mr Dillon. I don't think I express my sympathy that form is Henry proper, you know? I followed Alan Henry West towards Homestead. Son was Donna. But I could see her ahead. Writing hard Eric clouds to the South and Smaller rain when the easy wind that blew in little circles around me, Ellen Bora West and I lost her past in Clipper cottonwoods near cards place, so I wrote harder. When I came even with the trees. There was just enough Sun Ray left of See your head soft or the dark clubs. She wasn't going home. Start Now I couldn't see anything. Storm clouds stretch black from the south and fastened over half the sky. I rode hard against him, but I saw the flicker of lantern shine ahead. It was cast steady. His place left my horse out away from the house. Walked in a softly as I could. CASS and Ellen were having their talk in a cattle shed near that trusted me before about money. Ellen, What's your rush? This time? My work's done. Kiss was done last night.

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"alan henry" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

07:06 min | 9 months ago

"alan henry" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"In the service of exclusion. We see a scene Elaine, just a militarized That's not new. What is no has become normalized. That's new. It's no longer the exception. It's no longer at the fringes of power is now at the center of home. And what that means. Is that a language behind the community justice, kindness, compassion. The mark was a solidarity as well. Then suddenly come. It's Dane is subordinated that much of the new bag with your painting and regretting in races. War. Basically, if you disappear now, couple that was one of the things The acceleration of time. You can't be a citizen and be engaged if time is no longer a luxury. If all of a sudden we're cool in a time of other necessities a time that's frozen in the demands of the immediate moment a time that because subjected in victimized on a conscious of immediately it was everything is here. Now, you know, I remember. I love you and I are old enough to know that in the sixties It was a space consecration. It was a space today, space seems to be the woman. It doesn't seem to exist anymore. Any change in language had been transformed into something tradition issues as a result of that people don't read. I don't read books, information online and source of it broken down in the boiler points. There's no sense of dialogue and communication in a way that Almost a sense of solidarity number was. We're in the midst of a legitimation crisis, aided by a language has become symbolically and little environment. As we get toward the end of the hour. Of course, we have several callers. They want to get in with the question or comment. We have two waiting. Hi. Can you know in the year Hey, guys. Thanks for the program. I one interested in your hearing from your guests, too is is a possible way to create solutions here with McCarthy in the Congress and McConnell in the Senate. Of getting their coalition together to throw Donald Trump under the bus and to start debunking his mountain of lies over time, which is Created this cult part partially created this cult around, you know, loving this horribly corrupt, defective human being, so I'd really be interested in your thoughts on that. And what they should do whether or not they'll do it. I don't know. Thank you can Really interesting question that has consumed you told me an impulse who I'm not sure I agree with you Don't believe this is a body at the current moment that's interested in dialogue. I don't think it's a party that's interested in accommodation. I think it's a party that in some ways, there are certain elements that would like to see Trump going only because it seems to me he's become toxic to them. There's another part of the party that thinks that Trump is basically we got they give our allegiance to trump because he has a following 74 million people, and we're going to support whatever he thinks we should support. I think the Republican Party is not only in disarray. I think it should be abolished. I don't think there's any hope for the Republican Party, to be honest, and I still don't believe that you, Mitch McConnell will have a change of hot, which all of a sudden you start to believe that democracy really has some value in the future. He's a rogue politician. We should be thrown out of office. Um he's done border 100 country if somebody just labeled in the democracies creative digger and I completely agree with them. We need a new party. This is a This is the way we let you go. Let me rephrase it. The real issue here is not whether Republican Party just kind of go. The real issue here is and I hope that Biden will do this or all of us talking. In the next flight, Munch begin to establish a serious of tribunals all over the country where true analysts when educated politicians, people who believe in democracy and which we can begin to investigate, exposed and make clear All the levels of criminality that had taken place in the last four years and whether you store conditions are that producer we need a massive educational campaign to deal with questions of moral and political accountability, and I really don't believe the Republicans will play any part in supporting that, except for a few brave Republicans who basically an AL considered grave because they don't believe that black people should be extinguished. Uh, did the virus pretty long for almost all Republicans? At this point? The real issue is how do we bypass their power? How we basically begin to speak to the public in ways that we're the language they've never heard before. How we conduct systemic investigations. How do we educate the public about the abyss? Fascist politics that the United States the stranded angel, and what that will mean in the future for their families for their Children and their planet and for the rest of the world. We got a little less than 10 minutes left in the hour. We have David waiting on the line with a question or comment. Hi, David. You're on. Hey, Thank you, Alan. Henry, this is David Williams. I've followed your your work for 40 years and recall having organized events in Chicago, where you came and spoke, and you inspired Me to try and, um and fashion some kind of radical pedagogy. Here's my question, You know, you know we're on the Titanic, and we go back and forth between periods of the centrist New York's liberal Democrats in power and doing nothing or worse, and then we get the right wing reaction. An hour. A fascist reaction would your tribunals In the next five months Be the in your mind the principal access for reinvigorating a radical pedagogy on beyond that, What else could you suggest? Of course, there are the social movements that we must build, but Thank you, Ellen and Henry and I'll take your response. Awful offline. Things treat question. David Tree element. I think they're trying to do it with grace. And that's the side of public morality and education. Critical education. No question. Secondly, it seems to me journalists, cultural activist artists, people like Alan the alternative media having enormous responsibility at this moment to intervene..

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"alan henry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:40 min | 11 months ago

"alan henry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Then I don't think they will. I think they're going to lose to San Jose State who just beat San Diego State. I think they're going to lose the Boise. Look at their schedule. Maybe they can win a game or two. But this is I'm just so tired of excuses for some of these coaches. I'm so sick of it. We heard it. Marvin Menzies. We heard it with Dave Rice. We heard it last year with TJ outside Berger, who, by the way, is the highest paid coach in the Mountain West. They had a horrible year. Last year. A lot of the players left. And I try to be honest on the radio. I want to compliment these coaches. It's hard for me to do. I'll tell you the last coach where I had nothing but compliments for Was Lon Kruger. I liked Bobby. How he was a nice guy. He was great with the media. I like Tony Sanchez. Great with the media. Super nice guy. They didn't get it. Done here. Bobby help. Never been a division one head coach Tony Sanchez never been a division one head coach. Now we have a royal Never been a division one head coach. I hope I'm wrong. I hope he succeeds. I don't like what I've seen, and I think you could make a judgment after three games. My job to make judgments, and I'm telling you right now, I'm not impressed with Coach Royal, the play calling and No, I don't think they've improved. To the extent that they're going to win games in the mountain West this year. I just don't see it happening, but it will have to wait and see what happens. But their own three Let's go to some positives now, right? That was that was a negative ran. Let's go to some vases. That is the Las Vegas Raiders. They had a nice win last week on the road against Cleveland, and they're on the road against the Chargers. This was a very well tell you, the Chargers. Probably the best two and five team you'll ever see. I really mean that. I think the charges are a pretty good football team. They're not as bad as advertised. They got a good quarterback. Defense is pretty good. And I didn't bet on this game because I thought it was a coin flip and I didn't have an opinion on it. But if you put a gun to my head, I might have said the charges were probably gonna win this game. I think it's a tough game for the Raiders. And it came down to the last second where it was. Touchdown pass by the charges first and goal one second to go. And it appeared at least the referee said. It was a touchdown and the Raiders would've lost by a couple points. It would've been heart breaking with second to go, Thank goodness that the ball was juggled a little bit, and the rest made the right call. In that it was not Catch. So Not two games that could have gone either way they could have lost on the road at Cleveland. They certainly could've lost yesterday, but they didn't come away with two victories. So we give the Las Vegas Raiders a lot of credit. I've said this before they're going to beat mediocre bad teams. They're gonna lose two really good teams, but certainly they prove me wrong with the Chiefs. So now we look at the next two weeks were the Las Vegas Raiders are back in Vegas, baby. Playing the Denver Broncos. Should be an interesting game and then the Super Bowl champion. Kansas City Chiefs come to town in a couple weeks that is going to be a lot of fun. Pat Mahomes. Coming to Las Vegas. I think that's gonna be a very challenging game. And I think that the Chiefs are gonna want to probably have a little bit of payback. I think that's gonna be a difficult game for the writer song Go on record right now, saying, I think the chief's beat the Raiders. And that by the way, I'm not taking anything away from the writers that just the Chiefs are really, really good, and that was an unbelievable when they add on the road. I give the Raiders a ton of credit. Listen. I've said this about John Burton and I'll say it again. He's an average to above average coach. He's a 500 coach, but I have to say he's done a good job with this team. They're playing good football. They're competitive. They're going to give themselves chances against good teams. They're beating the teams They're supposed to beat. And they're winning games on the road. So car has got some confidence now. You know, they're they're They're mixing it up with the play calling. I liked the play calling. I'm a little concerned about their defense of times. They give up a lot of points. I'm really surprised that that they beat the Chargers. The charges have in my opinion. Probably the two best wide receivers as far as a duo. Well, they're very good. Would you agree with me that Williams Williams Alan Henry, Would you agree with everything? You got a big arm? Would you agree with me that they're probably the best two and five team you'll see the Oh yeah, They've lost five games by total. I think 11 points or strong points there there and there really good that they have a lot of talent on the trade of the way Desmond King, which will hurt them defensively, but that charge is steaming. I'm really surprised that the Raiders cornerbacks played that well against those charges. Wide receivers. I thought the Raiders cornerback because their room Trayvon Nolan, He's a second year guy that LaMarcus Joyner so they don't have never lost a ton of talent at corner. David Arnet their first round actually out, one of our producers, Sean McCollum just informed me and he's right. The Chargers Three of their last four games have blown 17 point. That's probably a lot to do with coaching..

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"alan henry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:49 min | 11 months ago

"alan henry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Ever happened? I'm sure it has for you and Avi Owen 12. I don't know. Not only 12 own seven. Well, this is this is a weird seven. Yeah, probably actually, probably right. They probably won't win a game. Then I don't think they will. I think they're going to lose to San Jose State who just beat San Diego State. I think they're going to lose the Boise. Look at their schedule. Maybe they can win a game or two. But this is I'm just so tired of excuses for some of these coaches. I'm so sick of it. We heard it. Marvin Menzies. We heard it with Dave Rice. We heard it last year with TJ outside Berger, who, by the way, is the highest paid coach in the Mountain West. They had a horrible year. Last year. A lot of the players left and I try to be honest on the radio. I want to compliment these coaches. It's hard for me to do. I'll tell you the last coach where I had nothing but compliments for Was Lon Kruger. I liked Bobby. How he was a nice guy. He was great with the media. I like Tony Sanchez. Great with the media. Super nice guy. They didn't get it done here, Bobby. How never been a Division one head coach Tony Sanchez. Never been a division one head coach. Now we have a royal never been a division one head coach. I hope I'm wrong. I hope he succeeds. I don't like what I've seen, and I think you could make a judgment. After three games. My job to make judgments, and I'm telling you right now, I'm not impressed with Coach Royal, the play calling and No, I don't think they've improved. To the extent that they're going to win games in the mountain West this year. I just don't see it happening, but we'll have to wait and see what happens. But their own three Let's go to some positives now, right? That was that was a negative ran. Let's go to some posits that is the Las Vegas Raiders. They had a nice win last week on the road against Cleveland, and they're on the road against the Chargers. This was a very ill tell you the Chargers. Probably the best two and five team you'll ever see. I really mean that. I think the charges are a pretty good football team. They're not as bad as advertised. They got a good quarterback. Defense is pretty good. And I didn't bet on this game because I thought it was a coin flip and I didn't have an opinion on it. If you put a gun to my head, I might have said the charges were probably gonna win this game. I think it's a tough game for the Raiders. And it came down to the last second where it was. Touchdown pass by the charges first and goal one second to go. And it appeared at least the referee said. It was a touchdown and the Raiders would've lost by a couple points. It would've been heart breaking with second to go, Thank goodness that the ball was juggled a little bit, and the rest made the right call. In that it was not Catch. So Not two games that could have gone either way they could have lost on the road at Cleveland. They certainly could've lost yesterday, but they didn't come away with two victories. So we give the Las Vegas Raiders a lot of credit. I've said this before they're going to beat mediocre bad teams. They're going to lose two really good teams, but certainly they prove me wrong with the Chiefs. So now we look at the next two weeks were the Las Vegas Raiders are back in Vegas, baby. Playing the Denver Broncos. Should be an interesting game and then the Super Bowl champion. Kansas City Chiefs come to town in a couple weeks that is going to be a lot of fun. Pat Mahomes. Coming to Las Vegas. I think that's going to be a very challenging game. And I think that the Chiefs are gonna want to probably have a little bit of payback. I think that's gonna be a difficult game for the Rangers song go on record right now, saying, I think the chief's beat the Raiders. And that by the way, I'm not taking anything away from the writers that just the Chiefs are really, really good, and that was an unbelievable when they add on the road. I give the Raiders a ton of credit. Listen. I've said this about John Burton and I'll say it again. He's an average to above average coach. He's a 500 coach, but I have to say he's done a good job with this team. Playing good football. They're competitive. They're going to give themselves chances against good teams. They're beating the teams They're supposed to beat. And they're winning games on the road. So car has got some confidence now. You know, they're they're They're mixing it up with the play calling. I liked the play calling. I'm a little concerned about their defense of times. They give up a lot of points. I'm really surprised that that they beat the Chargers. The Chargers have in my opinion. Probably the Two best wide receivers as far as a duo. Well, they're very good. Would you agree with me that Williams Williams Alan Henry? Would you agree with it, or it's got a big arm. Would you agree with me that they're probably the best two and five team You'll see the Yeah Yeah, They've lost five games by a total of I think 11 points or 12 points there there and they're really good at a lot of towns. Other traded away Desmond King, which will hurt them defensively, but that charges demon I'm really surprised that the Raiders cornerbacks played that well against those charges. Wide receivers. I thought the Raiders cornerback because the room Trayvon Nolan, He's a second year guy that LaMarcus Joyner so they don't have never lost a ton of talent at corner. David Arnet their first round actually out, one of our producers, Sean McCollum just informed me and he's right. The Chargers Three of their last four games have blown 17 point..

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"alan henry" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

12:25 min | 1 year ago

"alan henry" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Affair I'm your host for this hour my name is Ellen Russ even with you from my home no we have lots of questions they were going to be dealing with today how do we further our understandings of the an intertwined crises we currently face is it just a matter of the corrupt power hungry and apparently addled White House occupants or are there other social political forces at play what are we looking toward as the plague of social and political dysfunction callousness ineptitude continues to unfold addressing some of these questions and many more I hope with my guest today Henry Jeru Henry is a renowned public intellectual and critical scholars currently based in McMaster University in Hamilton Ontario his most recent books prolific as he is the most recent books include such titles as America at war with themselves the public in peril nightmare facing the challenge of fascism in the terror of the unforeseen is also contributing editor to the online journal Truthout Henry juror will come back to you W. O. R. T. thanks for having me on Alan Henry you know for this Thursday they will be discussing Henry Drewes recent article published at troops out last week untitled the code nineteen pandemic is exposing the plague of neo liberalism and read the recent article delves into the complex of intertwined crises rooted in the failings of the system under which we live that you know you clearly stated it's far more than any help health crisis brought on by the corona virus pandemic you start a little bit with with with the approach me as a political and ideological crisis well I I think that one of the things that I tried to stress it in the article was not this is not just the medical crisis is also a political crisis because it has to do with questions of power economics culture those kinds of relationships that create a context which we both recognize this this particular crisis and how we deal with it and in a sense you know what support systems are in place and what kind of politics is in place to be able to address this this crisis is a crisis that of human needs a crisis that basically saying that in some fundamental way prioritizing human values of a market values and I and I and I think that what I've tried to say is that the virus is basically a small warning among many that this world is really out of sync with any understanding of of what it means to create those capacities in conditions that make this world livable in ways that promote the policies of the principles of equality justice and fairness and I think that what we're seeing is we're seeing the system that that basically is marked by enormous inequalities incredible racism it argues for individualized solutions it retreats back into this the privatized space of the self but more importantly it's about the accumulation of capital and I think that you know it's encourage selfishness greed humanization destruction and all those things have basically undermined the social contract so that you know the safety nets have been destroyed the public goods the public goods have been undermined in de funded and so all of a sudden when we face a crisis like this when the state has to assume a sense of protective responsibility custom mobilized its resources in the most about them the best way to get a chance to address this this incredible the virus of destruction and death that those systems are not in place you know what's in place is a system that basically benefits the wealthy the rich and the poor corporations so let's take a little bit deeper that is there's numerous you rattled off some course but numerous facets elements of this crisis let's start let's go back to the top there is talk about what you mean when you meet when you refer to neo liberals well I I think that what I referred to is it a political social economic system that basically celebrates questions of of of of of greed self interest privatization deregulation it operates on the assumption that the market is it is a template for solving all of social problems that believes that economic activity is basically removed from and any sense of ethical and social research responsibility it believes that the government basically is at its best when it promotes financial interests and the interests of the rich there's a system that operate operate pedagogically to lead people to believe that the only thing that that that matters is inside their own self interest it individualize a social problems is just that personal responsibility is the only form of responsibility it prevents people from translating largest private issue I'm from dressing five issues in the larger public issues and it basically consolidates power in the hands of a relatively low power and wealth in the hands of a relatively few few few individuals we've seen the system at work particularly since the night late nineteen seventies and nineteen eighties this resulted in massive degrees of inequality enormously Norma's concentrations of power in the hands of of relatively few people and you basically have a a society run by by corporations run by the bankers but it's a society that has no interest whatsoever in elevating human needs over the question of profits but I think that what it has done is it's destroyed the social contract this destroyed this is what most public roads and it believes that the only country Shane said Matt is a commercial its temples of the malls in the banks Wall Street is basically the center of of of of the system it's a terrible system I mean it's cause enormous suffering all over the world this financial laws the economy doesn't produce anything in in in the best sense of of good said that people can use the produces wealth for the bank as for the hedge fund managers this is a death dealing system it results in enormous amounts of inequality enormous amounts of human suffering on on a on a grand scale I mean think about the question of positive comments about how many people die each year as as a result of poverty because it because of the system I mean it's it's absolutely enormous in the millions the say the least and I and I think that you know we we need to address this in in ways that recognize that this system is not meant and can not deal with crisis of the sorts that we're seeing today you're listening to Henry Jeru we're discussing his recently published article in Truthout the coded nineteen pandemic is exposing the plague of neo liberalism and let's continue on with the elements of this person's needs well you say hi would you refer to as democratic crisis of democratic values and institutions I'm sorry I missed that which said again yeah talk about you know you you they forward you laid out at a number of elements of this crisis one of the new site is a crisis of democratic values and of repeated cation talk about that a little bit what I want when I took over the recorded values and we talk about values that basically speak the questions of equality justice and an end to this mature democracy the ability of people to basically in some fundamental way the capacities in the sense of agency in which they can do you can actually learn how to government rather than the government and and I think that when we talk about the crisis of our democratic values I mean what we're talking about is we're talking about a system an educational system that operates in multiple levels it does basically eliminates civic culture it operates off it doesn't operate off the notion of the shared citizenship it depicted believes the crowd that happiness is become the only white that matters it represents cultural self absorption they did the media would be basically blisters distinctions between fact and fiction and is become nothing more than appetizing machine in many ways but it's a constant when the status of loan guarantees I mean it thrives on the property on the spectacle I mean there's no commanding visions in this pedagogical model not only is a rich is it a retreat for any notion of civic literacy and civic education that operation the culture of consumerism and immediacy the brainchild historical consciousness it it blanks out the ability of people to connect things and put them together for instance to understand that the failure of American schooling is really about the failure of the system to fund school American schooling and that it really is more concerned about privatizing schooling so I I mean I I I I think that when we talk about the collapse of democratic values most importantly you know we're talking about the crew the collapse of civic culture we're talking about the collapse of civic literacy we're talking about the collapse of this shared responsibilities and shared fears we're talking about a kind of rabbit is regionalism in a kind of war against all sort of competitive model I mean this is a Hobbesian world and it's a rule that generates not just massive inequalities in wealth and power it generates a lot of cruelty I mean because basically is not concerned about human needs and it tends to view kindness the tentative you compassion the tends to view a concern for the human beings with their undocumented immigrants or the children who are being incarcerated in camps somewhere in Texas Hey this is new so sings it with with contempt I mean is that system as part of the natural order I mean it normalizes cruelty and hatred and racism in ways that that basically arrest at odds with any notion of democracy and any notion of democratic values you're right that the viral pandemic is deeply interconnected with the crisis brought on by the destructive assaults waged by the liberal globalization the ecosystem that in Bayern mental destruction of course direct TV Q. U. B. as the buyer I mean I I think they're one of the things that we we need to recognize is that trump's denial the particularly in the beginning of this crisis this this this is destroying the virus crisis is really an extension of climate denial I mean he's a deadline I I mean he he basically hates science he has a story she hates expertise and he really believes that politics should be driven by the needs of the market and and and I think that one of the things that we're seeing is that is the apology this is the ecosystem is being destroyed you know we're we're getting more and more indications that the viruses that are going to emerge whether this visa viruses of poverty poverty is viruses Butte that you were going to quality food shortages airborne diseases I mean these things are just going to basically increase this is this is not the last virus you can't destroy the environment and the conditions for the environment to prosper in in in ways that maintain a balance between humans human beings and the natural world and not expect a reductions that are going to it does it will constitute an endless series of catastrophes whether we're talking about drugs whether we're talking about massive storms whether we're talking about flooding whether we're talking about the warming of the season destruction of the.

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"alan henry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"alan henry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New York City produces millions of tons of trash every year and dealing with it has serious consequences both for the environment and for some of the smaller communities outside of New York City where much of it ends up in landfills and incinerators but despite repeated promises by elected officials the amount of garbage produced by residents and businesses continues to go up politico New York has been publishing a series all this week and we've been talking with our reporter this week from city hall the city hall bureau chief Sally Goldberg Sally good morning good morning thank you for having me so your series highlights just how poorly on New York City performs in terms of recycling rates and sheer volume of garbage versus other other cities why is that why is New York falling behind other cities there are a few reasons for that I think prominent one is that New York City doesn't have a program to recycle organic waste which is food waste and yard scraps there was a pilot program put in place by mayor Bloomberg as he was leaving office in twenty thirteen and it you know it's expanded in possibility but not an actual take up another words like only one percent of organic waste is recycled it could be much more there are people including the city sanitation commissioner Catherine Garcia who believe it should be mandatory and unless you mandated people are really not inclined to go through what might seem to be a rigorous process of you know separating out your food waste not yet what happened I mean basically we have merit of law's it mayor Bloomberg Kuralt holding this program in a presidential trail I'm sorry yes yeah here in the city and on a presidential trail so like what happened yeah I just if they're talking about climate change on a president right around this you know ties to that I think mayor Bloomberg you know started it he probably could have started it sooner it has started in other cities in Seattle it started before two thousand ten I think somewhere between five NO nine it went from pilot to mandatory something like that but he put a pilot in place and I think to Blasio had originally intended to make it a city wide mandate he said that when he campaigned in twenty thirteen and he sort of fell off of his promise I'm told because budget officials in the city said it's too expensive you know that's sort of the role of the budget office to say this is too much money this isn't getting enough participation and there was just a lack of political will and motivation it would appear to be from city leaders to actually go through the trouble of making it a mandate and making it a more robust program and here's another interesting point that you are you focusing on your series the lack of recycling in public housing I mean no though nearly half a million people live in public housing recycling bins for even installed until there was a lawsuit I mean why can't the agency fix recycling just put in a lot of them and now you know they they put in bins and they're touting that in the town of that add to us but really it wasn't until as you said the national resources defense council and residence threatened to sue and that was I think in twenty sixteen they were put in and in twenty nineteen this city Housing Authority put out a report saying recycling rates are less than two percent and nature wow and I think that's a lot of reasons you know people live on a high floor and trash chute stone enable recycling bins themselves I'm told by residents are like inconvenient they're in dark areas they're farther away from the entrance and there's no I don't know how well the signage is and there's no organics recycling program to speak of an H. I. there so that as you said it's almost half a million people who basically functionally don't recycle now you also report that more than three million tons of garbage come from businesses and city officials estimate that some two thirds of that is recyclable but even when those businesses carefully separate out the recycling private commercial haulers just throw it all in with the trash right and we watched that you know we did a midnight ride with the teamsters and we drove around Brooklyn and we watch them these workers take all of these recyclable materials and commingle them in the back of their trucks which they're not supposed to do and we actually have some tape right now you spoke with former holler Alan Henry who's that workers face intense pressure from their bosses to get their roots finish quickly it's not like the the the the people on the truck is a strong cardboard and and the cycle begins and because they want to throw it in the throne in because that's pretty much what they was told to do so Sally why doesn't your penalize the companies for putting recycling in with the land in the landfills well the New York City agency that's tasked with doing that at business integrity commission is pretty small and understaffed so I think that's part of the problem and you know it goes back to not having a lot of motivation to make this a central focus of city hall I mean you have to actively do something or else it doesn't get done in government there's so many fires to put out every day rail and metaphorical and I think this just isn't one of them in the city is kind of a working on this because they were yeah that was passed last year Amy to cut down on the number of the private that's why the haulers in the city could this make a difference yes and the sanitation commissioner said that she told us you know she now has control her agency which is much larger than back has control over this and they will be going after Carter's who co mingled recyclables and trash no Seattle has managed to bring recycling rates up to sixty percent by charging a residence for garbage pick up while providing recycling pickup for free but New York City Council speaker Cory Johnson calls that idea a non starter for New York what's in your CD due to bring up the rate here I think organics recycling would be a huge contributor of making it mandatory or at least making it such that it is a city wide program and there are people who believe that saves you through our pay as you throw is a way to incentivize people to produce less trash in the first place but that is a political left and reducing consumption as well right I mean we talk to people who said you know all the play if you there I think is actually a commission is that if you can line up all your plastic bottles for a month just look at how many plastic bottles you bye you know there are things you can do with it just produce last carrying this well bottle bringing your lunch in a Tupperware glass container whatever so you're not constantly buying in producing you know the the salad the sand right rapper Sally such a great.

New York City
"alan henry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"alan henry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Richard take New York City produces millions of tons of trash every year and dealing with it has serious consequences both for the environment and for some of the smaller communities outside of New York City where much of it ends up in landfills and incinerators but despite repeated promises by elected officials the amount of garbage produced by residents and businesses continues to go up politico New York has been publishing a series all this week and we've been talking with our reporter this week from city hall the city hall bureau chief Sally Goldberg Sally good morning good morning thank you for having me so your series highlights just how poorly on New York City performs in terms of recycling rates and sheer volume of garbage versus other other cities why is that why is New York falling behind other cities there are a few reasons for that I think prominent one is that New York City doesn't have a program to recycle organic waste which is food waste and yard scraps there was a pilot program put in place by mayor Bloomberg as he was leaving office in twenty thirteen and it you know it's expanded in possibility but not an actual take up another words like only one percent of organic waste is recycled it could be much more there are people including the city sanitation commissioner Catherine Garcia who believe it should be mandatory and unless you mandated people are really not inclined to go through what might seem to be a rigorous process of you know separating out your food waste not yet what happened I mean basically we have merit Lazio mayor Bloomberg Kuralt holding this program in a presidential trail I'm sorry yes yeah here in the city and on the presidential trail so like what happened yeah I just a they're talking about climate change on a president right around this you know ties to that I think mayor Bloomberg you know started it he probably could have started it sooner it has started in other cities in Seattle it started before two thousand ten I think somewhere between five NO nine it went from pilot to mandatory something like that but he put a pilot in place and I think to Blasio had originally intended to make it a city wide mandate he said that when he campaigned in twenty thirteen and he sort of fell off of his promise I'm told because budget officials in the city said it's too expensive you know that's sort of the role of the budget office to say this is too much money this isn't getting enough participation and there was just a lack of political will and motivation it would appear to be from city leaders to actually go through the trouble of making it a mandate and making it a more robust program here's another interesting point that you are you focusing on your series the lack of recycling in public housing I mean no though nearly half a million people live in public housing recycling bins for even installed until there was a lawsuit I mean why can't the agency fix recycling just put in and then and now you know they they put in bins and they're touting that in the town of that add to us but really wasn't until as you said the national resources defense council and residence threatened to sue and that was I think in twenty sixteen they were put in and in twenty nineteen this city Housing Authority put out a report saying recycling rates are less than two percent and nature wow and I think that's a lot of reasons you know people live on a high floor and trash chute stone enable recycling bins themselves I'm told by residents are like inconvenient they're in dark areas they're farther away from the entrance and there's no I don't know how well the signage is and and there's no organics recycling program to speak of an H. I. there so that as you said it's almost half a million people who basically functionally don't recycle now you also report that more than three million tons of garbage come from businesses and city officials estimate that some two thirds of that is recyclable but even when those businesses carefully separate out the recycling private commercial haulers just throw it all in with the trash right and we watched that you know we did a midnight ride with the teamsters and we drove around Brooklyn and we watch them these workers take all of these recyclable materials and commingle them in the back of their trucks which they're not supposed to do and we actually have some tape right now you spoke with former holler Alan Henry who said workers face intense pressure from their bosses to get their roots finish quickly it's.

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"alan henry" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"alan henry" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Thanks to you for tuning into classic radio beater here on your favorite station station now the conclusion of john bainer friend alexander an episode of suspense originally broadcast on c._b._s. August fifteenth nineteen fifty six six. May i remind you of your previous conversation the one in which i discussed my earring marksmanship. May i remind you that you killed my friend. Alexander a friend alexander us care my man. The freeze might well make an appetizer challenge. Go ahead. I dare you i dare you i daniel. They don't shake me like that practically shouting and it's only four o'clock you wake bob and alan henry andrews architect. That's what he calls me. Now hoped you ain't going to dream about him anymore. I thought if i brought it up here it's him or me. I can't stand this forever. Can i harry best dear. It's alright. I'm sorry look you go back to sleep in the whole thing. It'll be daylight soon. I'm going to sneak out very quietly and get some <music>. Yes yes alice. I'm awake and i heard them not again. I'm afraid so he's out there peppering away at that dog on tar go out and get him and i'll put on some coffee. You'll need need some other darn sliver. I gotta see walk in his sleep or what never walks this. It will be petrified again. Madison to i suppose or much told him yesterday that he couldn't sleep and just went out to shoot so glad to see them but but i'll be so glad when they go this afternoon you to come on here. He said a funny thing to get him yesterday. I could stand a funny thing. I'll get him one of these nights. He says i don't suppose poor best sleep through these doors as if he's ready for some coffee to what's wrong with harry anyway search me. I guess it's closer to said. He just seems to have the shoots <music>. I'm sorry the weekend turned out like did there. That's alright. I thought it might work to in a new way. May maybe maybe it did work. It does seem to be home. I mean own apartment in our own things down schedule. This is the nightcap mess you ah one more splashing then turning now golly. I'm tired. I don't sleep in my room tonight. You keep keep shaking me all night to keep me away. I wouldn't dare only if you're afraid to let me meet him. I am afraid harry terribly afraid. Why do you always. I think everybody else's better than i am. I cannot shoot him. The best day he ever met isn't what i meant about. Being afraid furthermore have a modern pistol oh he asked to use an old fashioned single shot muzzle loader. Is that quite fair harry. What do i care. They are not please. Don't be mad with me harry. Ah i'm so unhappy. I'm i'm sorry to hear that. Don't you worry about me. It'll be all right. I'll be fine. We'd better go up during please. Don't don't cry anymore. I'm can't trying to stop sure no no goodnight kiss dining. Everything's going to be fine. I'm ready to take care of everything now. No matter what happens i love you. I've loved you more everyday. We've had together kiss me again. Dearest kiss me just once more. It's.

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"alan henry" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"alan henry" Discussed on WJR 760

"Ready for the title game between Michigan State University of Michigan for the big ten turning off. Canada's our records at play here. Number one. No team is everyone this tournament race straight seasons. Michigan's won the last two. They also established a record by winning ten straight big ten tournament games in a row. And so at the end of the day, there's one other record that could be rewritten. And that is Michigan state. No team has ever won this tournament six times. Is when it's ever one of five. Somebody's going to have some new records for Michigan state. What I'd love to see you get this win. Today gives you six you get a little separation from everyone's kind of establish what I think everyone already knows who's going to states in the league program. Yes. I would agree with that. Whether using the wanna-bes here at the United Center gives us time to say, this broadcast is presented by the authority of the big ten conference Inc. And big ten network sports media group property of learfield. And is intended solely to the private user audience. Any rebroadcast rather use of this broadcast without the express consent of the big ten copies. And sports media group is prohibited. So now, we get to work because we're official. There you go. As is the price basket is brought to you by your southeast Michigan Ford heaters, visit June Butman Ford and Epsilon four. I neither one of us got close. Predicts yesterday. So I don't know. I'll let you go first I interested. I my heart wants to go with a senior. But. My brain's going Xavier Tillman. Wow. Xavier Tillman and MSU add some local in the big guy John testing. And that's a really good one. Okay. I'll go cash Winston just the player of the year. All right. He's out there. Why not? Well, next step is this. And I'll tell you that the mob crew is part of our winning team. Visit dot com to see our whole lineup for our store locator. Official hardware floor care provider of Michigan state Spartans. Well, there have been some heroes emerging in this tournament for Michigan state, come to mind. The first guy comes in minds foster lawyer improve play I believe of Alan Henry. Well, on the Michigan side, we always talk about Charles Matthews back after missing a couple of games with a an ankle tweak, but the guy, but all of a sudden is really giving them some juice. I think is Isaiah delivers hit a career high twenty one points last time out as agents strike Minnesota shooting seventy percent of the people in this tournament. Fifty six percent from behind the long line at the end of the day the guys plan lights out. I mean terrific against Minnesota for six from three point line at sister ethic. He's a big guy at six seven to forty that seeks to three point line. So when he comes in no question about it. Michigan state has to run him off at three point line. He's not as effective as the ball on the floor. Okay. Mac. You look at the matchups where do you think Michigan's Ronna bowl to the MSU attack? Well, you know, what Michigan state did so well in Ann Arbor and cashes Winston really found himself able to do in east Lansing was navigate the pick and roll Michigan defended the different differently in east Lansing, but you'll be able to find big bang cutting to the basket, that's where I think Xavier Tillman will be effective way. Wisconsin played us yesterday was almost identical the weather Michigan played us any slanting. So if Michigan decides to run that type of defense again, Michigan state should be ready. Also going to be interesting to see how. Well, Michigan shoots they had lopsided wins. In there too. Against iowa. Twenty one point win a Minnesota twenty seven point win. But this is those guys don't play defense. So if there's a problem with the brains, the inconsistency of shooting the junk shot from outside we'll see how that all plays out. His Telman Paschi will Tom center. The balls up in this game is underway. First crack at it with the ball caches. Winston. As make you say, we'll begin this title game going left to right here at the United Center. Winston over to Canada going back. The cash is he's surveying that Mandy France being employed by the wolverines Michigan's with it on the side mcquaid here comes at three ball little bit off the Mark rebound. Michigan. Charles matthews. That was great book. He just didn't go. So here come the wolverines for the first time this afternoon. Bribes Jenkins gives it up. Now Matthews missed a couple of games didn't do well against Michigan. One gave me break. One one parade. Christakis has it goes down to land goes Ryan, tell me get some travel frozen away is one on one defense. Thereby Tillman has breads daycare says drove into traffic and threw it away. Set a great season for Michigan. Yeah. Good player, but definitely forced out. So we played a minute. Nobody scored yet. 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"alan henry" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"alan henry" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"Cars. Just every part of being racing driver. You know, there wasn't a pond. I love the traveling. I just loved every bit about being a racing driver. Interesting thing is talking about that decision. Not cigarettes Williams. It's very easy hindsight's twenty twenty isn't it and run. I was a factory team Eighty-three they'd four of the world championship in ninety four Williams was on the up, but it was a still very gentle curve up with Honda or that Simon Renos was attain that just had one slightly FEMA even eighty four the calls was reasonable at song. So it's very easy to say. Well, I was stupid of you actually with what you knew at the time much more reasonable. I think it was an easy decision. And when I look back out the same decision because the car was good. We had really good people working at ran out. Like, you say the hundred and eighty four didn't look brilliant and khaki was struggling with a little bit. And I spoke to the three wise men, which was Alan Henry Najah, Roebuck and. Morris amilton. The media. I apply mentoring. They were my they were my backroom staff. The ensues used to sit down with those guys and we chew what was going on. Because in as you trusted certain journals more than others. Those guys were always in my Cam. So yeah, they were part of the decision. If you like it's one of those things things change, it's a moving shooting toy though, particularly about then today, it's little bit easier to have reasonable expectation Formula one teams gonna do. Yeah. The next year. But I think if I wanna be annoyed I'll be annoyed with someone like Larousse because he pushed him pushed in pushed for my signature in the British growing pre in ninety four to sawn another year. And I told him I already had Williams in. I'd had a conversation with for our. But nothing serious, but he really pushed me to sign little I know that it was him. That was leaving the exodus of of all the great guys are in the team, Michelle tattoo, Meizhou all the guys all the good guys. A made a difference in the engineering, the dynamics of of the eighty four Reynaud went, you know, we have to stop from from zero again and the five car we took to Brazil in January to test ten day tests and to the four car and the eighty four car was three seconds a lap quicker than the eighty five car. So, you know, patron on just the end of the test went and go very very very drunk and new in for a tough season. There's nothing you can do about nothing. But Kevin you. Looks in tax. Are few occasions y thought grown pre win was potentially for this. I can buffet of the factors with the tape. Probably most famous ones Brazil ninety ninety four south was that first race for Renos. And and and Canada writing on the two thousand nine really hurt me because that Little Brown design Eighty-nine hours was just fantastic. You know, but it never had the money behind it. And it kept on breaking down. If you look at the stats of my career. In fact, fifty percent of every race. I started broke down so difficult to get some mental going in terms of results. If you have fifty percent of the time, you gotta remember in in in them days. The turbo kept breaking the red diff- kept breaking and yet his suspension failures. It wasn't like today where these guys are rumors bulletproof, you know, if a car stops in grand prix today in everybody's looking what the hell's going on here, you know. Whereas Andre you'd seem. Around the track. I was watching some some legends thing on sky the day, and almost accounted about eight cars just abandoned onto the track. You know, not crashed just stops, you know, since I just of the detail of that race those dairy. It was you had everyone in the wet..

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"alan henry" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"alan henry" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"You know have that new england broken play over he's like fourth in he's got to be fourth in the in the read lists now me with alan henry shown up now is a big target melvin gordon mean what are what are was the last week he's one target and he's a big play where yeah you only need one target necessarily if it's a 60yard touchdown he's own in a lot of leagues in if i wanted to grab somebody that i think is a better play and barely own i think benny fowler this week as somebody should yes to be great match up not only is the mary's thomas going to be matched up on peter's for a lot of this game benny fowler last week five for forty five you won't have emmanuel sanders in that in their your is a monday night game but i think benny fowler is is a sneaky play this week i wouldn't expect denver's defense to be able to shut down kansas city so i think that they'll be throwing the ball mind you simeone's been pretty bad i'd love to say that kinney gall a day is a great pick up because of golden tait's absence but i don't like the matchup against pittsburgh you guys agree or do you pick them up because he has you know a couple nice matchups after that with green bank cleveland yeah the lions so we'll be taking on the steelers this weekend packers the browns if i'm picking up a receiver from the lines at gardez is actually he's just kind of one of those nice upside players that's a a decent stash on your bench regardless but tj jones would be the replacement the the slot wide receiver replacement for golden tait who has been diagnosed with it was a.

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"alan henry" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"alan henry" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"Consider throwing out the first number there's a lot of back and forth on this piece of advice when it comes to negotiating salary as my former editor alan henry pointed out you shouldn't be too afraid to throw out this number in fact some employers insist on it even if they're not asking you about your salary history they may ask you what your expectations are and while some experts suggest you should just avoid answering it there is a case for throwing out the first number you get to set the anchor here's how inc dot com puts it some research has indicated that the result of a negotiation is often closer to what the first mover proposed than to the number of the other party had in mind the first number uttered in undergo she asian so long as it's not ridiculous as the effect of anchoring the conversation in other words throwing out the first number gives you the opportunity to use the anchoring bias in your favor use salary range finally consider using a range when you're negotiating salary study show this is better than just working with a single anchor researchers call it tandem anchoring when you offer a range of say sixty thousand seventy five thousand dollars employers are more likely to stick to the higher end of that range the study's author told me that there are hidden politeness concerns people want to shape offers on the higher end of your range because it's polite this is why it might help to bring up with the market rate is if you're asked about your low current salary cognitive bias these like these are always fascinating but they're even more fascinating when you can figure out how to mold them to work for you rather than against you it's great to just get up the courage to ask but if you can be strategic about it even better.

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