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"magnus" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

09:20 min | 2 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I i kind of have the file prepared. I often. there's only so many things that can happen like they can attack or they can stop pooling. If you're just know exactly what you're doing so you don't have to think about in the moment when it happened so i knew okay. If one of them goes i close him straightaway because then it's not so hot to close and attack compared to if they get the gap and then you wanna get on your. I'm looking at get on get as looking at me and minimize at the same time. Just hammering on the pedals. Then he'll be a hard man to to shut down but if you know straightaway if he's going i'm just in his wheel. No questions asked. And i think also they could feel it probably that attack. I didn't actually say no. No nobody at times so so that was also a paid we at normally if you're not strong sprint. At least you're just have to do it to say you tried if you're gonna lose sprint and then it's not going to hurt your sprint. That much student doing just try something. You can't be lucky that the sitting looking at john seems pretty. Happy just to get second third. Yeah thing more my. He definitely didn't have a good sprints. It seemed like he was. He was happy just to to write in for for the podium and year i think he he came up with a good spring digest. Had a better one lady out from the front and those guys got nine away. What was that like to ron stage. You're like well it's happened. That was insane. yeah I just took the front and looking back. I was feeling that the strongest. And so i didn't want any of them in my way almost was was a really big because even though the the wealth us being it's to the two is It's a different level in speaking to to win a race. But i think maybe for the the normal and not like bike interesting person. They're winning station. The to is that that means everything. That's bigger than than the big warranty racist. They don't really know those. But what if you're saying. I want to stay in the two of them. I'll be like oh shit is sinful. Rubai revived trumps. Everything on the wall of cycling by meet people in the on the street. They maybe they don't know for pampa but everybody knows is to and not only opinion to off one one estate. It's it's a big thing. It's it's also something that's never never gets old. I think i have that for the rest of my life. If if i want one thing forced agents have to denmark but okay exclude but it's not Yeah now some years ago and yeah whatever. No but let's let's talk about con is now in the f. Couple of years at astanin. And then you saw to come across the af. I lift drainage came across af and it really did feel and yen's kugler also came across two years at lauder. A good friend of al's altogether at at mitchelson grange or whatever you wanna call it. And then we all met backup af and it really on and on that. You really didn't feel like we'd vein away from hr. It was a funny thing. These bonds we created back in that team. It just felt like we were on the same program for two years and then all of sudden move back in the same team. Has you feeling bain now across the same and the direction you want to go yourself. You've moved away from the cobbled classics. You saw to find out who you are as raw as you. Just sort of alluded there. You regard that needs all likes to have a bit of tension on the legs in the peleton you personally. But also the other riders once the other rod is get. Todd seems like to me. You come into your d- sheer great. Example impairing ace. These was an amazing sage wayne when everyone was very tied and same. Like you would just doing the same old thing. What are you starting to discover about yourself now in the third tame korea. What are you learning about yourself. And what sort of direction you see yourself going coming up now with magnus the erasure for me that's also been Been looking into an and thinking about off. The first many years professional off done the kaaba classics. And that's the ones i want us to do. i see them as the biggest raises. But that's not where. I've had my my results when when i look back so so looking at that i was thinking. Okay maybe i should try and focus a bit more on on where i actually have done the best. It's in stages and state rate and And then ingrained to us so coming to to you if there was a bit of the plan not yeah not not going for the cobbled classics but a bit more stage races a bit more of these these stages when went into media stages where you can really say is that is. It is not a pure brand. Maybe it's a breakaway and it's it's really hot hot so also predict what's happening but Yeah if if. I'm that at the end of the day. Whether it's it's maybe a breakaway all reduce bunch. Then i have a good chance and normally but it's also really a hot days to yeah to predict and they can't be difficult also for team to to control and set up correctly. Where is magnus court gonna leave when he finishes suckling. You gonna end up back at the island. What's your plan. Might you now in in dora and then you go back to denmark. Sometimes sometimes you're in spine your all around the place where you gonna end up going to be back on the island. What's what's the future hall for magnus. Yeah i don't know thing phenomena don't have a girlfriend wife so. I think that can really change the picture. Suddenly if if she comes in and has an opinion Of her own. Then maybe i follow. Otherwise i think could end up on the island back on on bond home when i retire. I still having learned spanish or catalan. That's pretty impressive. Thing off the join the club. Horrible yeah really up on the data integration. So i don't think i will be living there After my career. I really like it for. Let's rainiest great and both in spain on that door and Yeah that was the main reason. Also there's a lot of bike. Riders can go and training with thing. If i i stopped cycling a loose all of that and then i'm lifting our country. Wow conradi speak to so a lot of people nas might. We'll explain nas gettin should i have. Everyone's enjoyed understanding how what takes what's behind the the glosses site. Thanks for being on the bottom line. Yeah finger thanks for having me there. We have it. Magnus quote nielsen. A little in his life before he was asako so as he grew up asakusa but more importantly he's lost now as a pro and what he's achieving. i think he's too so much. More companies korea thought was really exciting to find out a little bit about different saw to The pro peleton there. What you think longueuil. Yeah well first of all just made me look at the map of denmark because The number of little islands around the mine The mainland of and of course next year is going to be huge. Isn't it for danish cycling because of twitter. Franz the guerande power will be in copenhagen a delayed of course because of the pandemic but Fingers crossed we will be in denmark for the star of the tool to france in twenty twenty two and That will be a big year. I'm sure he'll be wanting to be on the start line. And a real big danish contingent now in the peleton. I think never eleven teams in the two to france this year. Weren't that So it's a it's a it's a big country and as i was talking to your free on regular cycling podcast and he was talking about the the intensity of the media spotlight from the danes. Lots of tv crews and news crews and journalists from demark follow cycling more danes covering the tool than slovenians which you might sound a bit. Strange considering Paul gotcha has been dominant this year. but yeah a big big cycling nation denmark so interesting to hear about magnitsky's Journey from the beginning into the pro sports and it just made me think about your experience on this side of the fence. Mitch and wondered what you made of. How little of the race. The journalists get to see because of all the ground they have to cover. I mean i'm whether you thought grand tour you know. You sometimes see the same journalist of the straw and at the finish. You know you've written two hundred kilometers inbetween and you probably not visualize what their days been like. But now you know it's funny say that Because as a song because she thinks you're sort of going along at a sort of slow place in comparison to a car or whatever that may be but actually it's pretty hunt by the time you say the rod is off you'll behind the rod is and i have the direct route..

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"magnus" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:13 min | 2 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Take it and hope for the best part Yeah if you are first or second year on a tree I think you should almost always say wait. We she now the few years. I've been some some really young writers coming through and and doing well on on the world's fuss you're that's also possible but those at risk that that there could be it to watch it at one time. Let's talk about your first year in grain edge because armagh and this is something that i love that your personality is. This is just an exterior thing. It could not be true. You can tell me if i'm wrong. He it seems like to me. You're very calculated and you've got things worked out that you know work for you ikano what i'm gonna do. I don't know that works for me. That's why i'm going to do it. And i'm gonna tell the story. The first on my experiences magnus rocks up to the first drainage training camp and he's in the yard prior and we try in those times. The team was bring out the new ause to astrid though the team had been existing couple years. I said anyone who's new on the team. Europeans come actress. Try and we'll show you australia. Do mitchelson wandering rod and all these stuff. We're at the training camp and we're up in brought going out in the mountains. And soften magnus was just neo prior to simba or whatever it was november. He's like no. It's november and i'm gonna rot at two hundred watts. Whatever it was. And that's what i'm gonna do. He didn't caught up in the game he didn't just follow. The wheels of the big. Rod is gaza that he thought would be all pros or whatever iveta just stay with these causes cannon impress them and get dropped his mind insurance fees and as soon as we go to the first. He'll he would. Just stay at two hundred watts and he would just be half an hour behind sticking news program. Doing what i remember thinking to myself here is go. I think he is says he has no what he's doing. And then it was only a couple years later. Yield thought has a bowls on the sky. He's just once he started showing your true colors in the rising. This guy's got it worked out. He's like confidence he knows what to do. And it was really refreshing to say a young guy who didn't get caught up in the game and you wanted to do now. What i want to ask you is was that. Just a complete fluke. Is that true about you'll puts out you really odd calculated and you're comfortable in your own judgment. Yeah that's funny you bring it off. I had the story also from saimaa clock we which Again which on the f. last year at the time i think i i didn't think about it at all. Yeah i think the training camp started in november going into to december and many of you guys had the nationalist coming up down on data and and all the races. While i was brought in. Just yes see australia. And they're m meet the team as well but the the program For me was Set to start. Seamus as a done. Before on on continental level. I think last weekend of february or first weekend of march maybe so i had also a training camp in south africa and in january and one february in in spain so i had a long time to get in shape. Yeah i at the time..

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"magnus" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:13 min | 2 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Take it and hope for the best part Yeah if you are first or second year on a tree I think you should almost always say wait. We she now the few years. I've been some some really young writers coming through and and doing well on on the world's fuss you're that's also possible but those at risk that that there could be it to watch it at one time. Let's talk about your first year in grain edge because armagh and this is something that i love that your personality is. This is just an exterior thing. It could not be true. You can tell me if i'm wrong. He it seems like to me. You're very calculated and you've got things worked out that you know work for you ikano what i'm gonna do. I don't know that works for me. That's why i'm going to do it. And i'm gonna tell the story. The first on my experiences magnus rocks up to the first drainage training camp and he's in the yard prior and we try in those times. The team was bring out the new ause to astrid though the team had been existing couple years. I said anyone who's new on the team. Europeans come actress. Try and we'll show you australia. Do mitchelson wandering rod and all these stuff. We're at the training camp and we're up in brought going out in the mountains. And soften magnus was just neo prior to simba or whatever it was november. He's like no. It's november and i'm gonna rot at two hundred watts. Whatever it was. And that's what i'm gonna do. He didn't caught up in the game he didn't just follow. The wheels of the big. Rod is gaza that he thought would be all pros or whatever iveta just stay with these causes cannon impress them and get dropped his mind insurance fees and as soon as we go to the first. He'll he would. Just stay at two hundred watts and he would just be half an hour behind sticking news program. Doing what i remember thinking to myself here is go. I think he is says he has no what he's doing. And then it was only a couple years later. Yield thought has a bowls on the sky. He's just once he started showing your true colors in the rising. This guy's got it worked out. He's like confidence he knows what to do. And it was really refreshing to say a young guy who didn't get caught up in the game and you wanted to do now. What i want to ask you is was that. Just a complete fluke. Is that true about you'll puts out you really odd calculated and you're comfortable in your own judgment. Yeah that's funny you bring it off. I had the story also from saimaa clock we which Again which on the f. last year at the time i think i i didn't think about it at all. Yeah i think the training camp started in november going into to december and many of you guys had the nationalist coming up down on data and and all the races. While i was brought in. Just yes see australia. And they're m meet the team as well but the the program For me was Set to start. Seamus as a done. Before on on continental level. I think last weekend of february or first weekend of march maybe so i had also a training camp in south africa and in january and one february in in spain so i had a long time to get in shape. Yeah i at the time..

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"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:58 min | 2 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Shrinking seeming pretty big pretty wide roads. Don't get any wider. Md k- kaiser says moment of truth. Magnus the worst porsche you've ever driven. Oh great question. It really is putting me on the spot. I haven't really driven. I mean i've driven caused that. Don't really run and i'll say that's about experience right when you buy something. This you know sat for thirty years and it doesn't run Worst driving one icon. Kush anyone's where they were working properly. You just weren't that into how they drove well. That was almost believing another turbo. S when i i did everything perfectly but i got out and look over my shoulder. I wasn't in love with straight away. Okay last question. what i'm driving home. I'll go back on the show Rica chew says the royal wedding. They used an electric converted. Jaguar e type. Did it hurt your soul to give you hope or something in between gotta evolve with the times high voltage roles coming through so i so you adapt to the times. It didn't hurt me. I think also that the electric type was harry's wedding. I think williams wedding had an electric aston martin vantage seventies Aston vantage convertible. And i think both belong to prince charles who had his those cars converted for his own personal. So sounds like a rule britannia moment for me. queen elizabeth. is the cooler one. She roses range rover. Soon she's the cooler around in the app chip manual says Have you ever been mistaken for rob zombie all the time. Hey on she rubs zombie. Ironically i've known for about twenty years and recently i ran into him on the lower east side in new york lead. Or not gonna see my buddy phil and we had a little stop in china. Who was the first time i've actually done. Hey can i be that guy. Selfie which of course later became that day. Hey onto zombie on instagram post. When we stood next to each other rubs a little shorter and he's not quite as long. So it's like you look like rob zombie till rob zombie. pull up. I'm more absorbent. Xining caricature of rock. Everyone expects absorb is a different thing or the last time i saw him on television. I actually kind of remember that. You are more rubs off again. Rob zombie right now. Jonathan dixon what our opinions on the recently released lotus amira amayra. We don't really know how to pronounce a launch when it rain was so typically english right wing. I think the cars very pretty. I is car Manual with The supercharge toyota six dual clutch with the am little four-cylinder buying a high. But it have fun little engine high strung fan. Former lotus owner of a europa had the spree recently big fan of the avoid. Gt and this to me. Looks pretty awesome. Yeah this is the last of the last of the line. Right lasts a gas powered car. We will see what that If that is true but to me. I think it looks great. Lx i mean if it's their last gas powered car like go out on a bang for twenty years. Who last model year of their last powered car twenty four. I'll think it looks great. We can say we will save for our crew show. Thank you for joining us on this monday afternoon. It's actually going to be a double header. If you're with us live. You can come back at four. Pm got gareth reynolds from the dollop coming in studio doubleheader trouble zach went went out of town last week and play catchup italy. Fa sf ninety in portofino race. For now the we talked about the ninety the one who drove was it different than the one nutro. We were together. Okay so you drove it out. No we drove the white one here. I went and job but the one to go. When i drove in italy was the same spec fear on a pack which i think the white one has as well. Yeah the only difference. It's insanely fast. I mean it's i don't know about you but like you said earlier. You alluded to the the road determined at that point so without an enormous amount of room. Right you running out. What am i doing thousand horsepower on rose. How can you get a new right. Aren't going to be in ten years like thank you. Just keep adding power. Are they going to sixty zero a curious what they're going to figure out what will be the new selling point. It'll be like a two five fifty five on a fourteen inch tire..

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"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"This thing was a fire. Sale price might be one thing. But it's a premium price and someone who's really got stones as a developer or a hotelier hotel ever or or some you know experience in the resort business if the only unknown was that it's forty miles up a mountain. He could deal with that. But there's a law known for the thought. It was only twenty seven miles from the twenty seven miles from twenty six. Twenty seven twenty miles from the gas challenges. Although he's having you know we love driving stretch of road but to drive it backwards and forward to work every day. Get to drive it right in a controllable environment and then factor in winter. When snowed in. And i've been going for twenty five years. Remember the fires came and then the floods came and then the road was closed three year. A new can't get there. Yeah how do you control that you can get from the back into would cosa tunnel's closed. I mean let's not forget. The kress was closed for eighteen months up until about a year ago. Oh yeah around right. Yeah so so those restrictions. I think make it challenging. It ended up and now the fantasy was their reality. Wasn't so much there but i think it's an opportunity for somebody. I heard those rumblings coupla months ago. I spoke to freddie at this little price in my mind and then he gave me a price wasn't little times like three hundred percent house. He said we're gonna work because for me i wouldn't want to lose the charm of what it already have wrecked yet at the price point where it's kind of pan out and to keep the charm but renovate it to where it's like you know really where you wanna run a restaurant that would be more expensive than raising know bulldozing the whole thing and building something new right. But you don't want to do the history But a restoration focused on preservation twenty seven miles up a mountain from the nearest gas station is a project for shan. I don't i just i. I started thinking about what the next five years of my life with Just cars that'll be one of my favorite things going there on the friday morning. The good vibes. Breakfast clubs awesome. But i also like going there on a wednesday when no one's around it's just so peaceful Well we we go up and film early mornings on the on the weekdays and so you know we don't see anybody. I try on the weekends. Yeah no it's good up you know. Pick your fixed six. Am tuesday and wednesday. And it's brilliant. Yeah like anywhere else like anywhere else. I drive these roads. All over the world. And i'm like they're empty beulah. How do you do that. It's like i got up early. I mean we got few on the door there but we got so many great dude. Thanks for coming down my pleasure have you the next big thing. This friday nine. Am l. a. Time do the math on your time zone. Every friday every friday for the next ten weeks he's to to recap he's ten episode season. One was six. So ten episodes cars episode two is the ferraris five. Three six run through all spoil it episode three m coupe episode for fox body sailing mustang episode. Five saab nine hundred. Spg's or motives in brooklyn at results. Six he's genuine boxster episode seven volvo p eighteen hundred episode as my buddy phil with his jamal episode nineties. Paul kramer and he's called us in. This book is suze impulse. Yeah the paul. Kramer has the nicest assu impulse in tune into episode nine for. And then win the season i guess. In september with a class eleven baja bug. That is frozen of an mp bug that was pretty cool so that sounds like a good lineup. I like variety. And i'm working on some other. Id's brilliant. That's pretty much it. Oh we got a few questions we get out of here Amd magnus okay. Cool nothing that was just a production note. Nine he says are you into the not into the nine sevens. You seem to have more of the other ma. Guess chappie walls and listened to. I talked about the nine nine hundred turbo esca so is looking for nine nine seven turbo but never foul may have written that before you set could be Transplant question. I am into nine. Nine seven it's on the list just haven't found one yet maybe. Gt three would be good. The solitary hero says The air cooled nine eleven seem small. The newest ones seem huge. Is the nine nine seven the perfect size and do the larger nine eleven's shrink on one with familiarity. Well yes and no maybe possibly yes for me. Nine nine six i would say would be the perfect one. Only because is the beginning of the water cooled era. I really lightly nine nine six on the lodge nine nine hundred seventy nine nine one nine nine two. They do shrink with familiarity. not onto seems big nixon. The nine nine one nine nine. Two it quote shrinks in terms of the fact that it is very agile. Buzz corners in the canyon. Laurel road Is not any wider shrinking. Yes you realize that in nine to whether it's a gt three or whatever regular one. You got a couple of inches. Plus their side and that's all you got whereas an air cooled car. You can really make a lane. You can nate drive. Drive a line if you're driving a nine six aero kit narrow bodied nineteen ninety nine car in deca canyon. It doesn't seem big few driving a nine nine to.

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"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

06:14 min | 2 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"You just coughing and then so now you've just drank too. This one is to the renaissance exact. Oh do great. But it's fun. We were in the tights and the and the hat and i went home but my friends all like working sing there and their dressed up and talk cool. Just exactly it's cool and then you can throw knives and whatever. Yeah put it on the list. What's speaking of lists what's What's on your list. I i'm tapped out for buying cars for a while. What about yourself. Well i went on my little Rule britannia two plus two automatic e. type jag quest. Last year. i got a series two series three. The one i'm kind of excited about the series three twelve. It's got all these perfectly blue cracked up waiting deadly by to in order to have one working one yes and no yes all the series too because it was a running driving con seemed to nice and didn't have the patino them. My buddy al in miami said i've got the call for you. It'd been out in the miami sun and rain and at this perfect leather look and patina and he ran sort of so the goal. There is a five speed gate. Rag manual conversion flung from the automatic. And that's what that's like. What they use right. That's not reinventing the wheel. Ripe to put that five-speed you wanted to convert any type from automatic. Well that's what you do originally back in the day there were four speed so why while they do. But it's a modern interpretation of what they do kind of a little bit like the syllabus owl silver pig mercedes g. that denmark components in that retro body style so i suppose the idea really's modern performance from a gate rag five or six beat and approximately four hundred horsepower v. twelve and then read all the underpinning suspension bushings and stuff. But keep all the messed up patina. Can you have that engine. Make that power without doing major stuff you this various levels to get it. Yes you the short answer is yes. You can't. yeah how reliable it is. Time will always like about today's nothing right in any type job. That's just a twenty five hundred car. Yes shit right for sure. So that's kind of you know. The new goal the just reading sam smith's e type piece in this month's haggerty magazine and some drivers club magazine. Yeah you gotta do you want copy. I haven't actually. Yeah i'll tell you one with me to my house. And then i get to shop so i get. I have to put up. But i read that piece. How much of these things again He wasn't driving his. He was driving a friends but it was. It was a four point. Two Two seat coupe and it was be. Ut full and whoever took the photos for that for that article. I don't know who it was. But it was excellent and Let me see if we can find a photo of my first utah right. I love the coupes man. A series won't sixty seven. I'm just you. And i think we're too tall for the roadsters. We look a little weird sticking so far above the windshield. Well that's it for me. A plus you know too much win the have blowing around that type of stuff. I don't have that problem. You don't obviously aero dynamic era with scrolling type. Jaguar is the I live you driven any of those. Like one of those eagle things or anything no eagerly type driving eagle. but i like a knockoff. Eagle and it was fucking crazy. Magnus is the first person i've filled with worthy. The host shows up with a jumper box in their car in the white collar to your credit every time when you funny yeah read red series one looking good a three point eight. No or it's four. Two four two three eight went from sixty one. A sixty four non synchro box sixty four through sixty seven series one pocket. Four point two with synchro with seeing definitely wants to synchro rosiak. Twenty grand calls yes. Sam data was black hawk and it was fabulous looking and that car is probably a hundred grand. Now probably yeah but entry level you wanna get into an e type. Two plus two automatic. You can pick them teens. I'm not shocked ruggeri. Is it the teens worthwhile to just buy it for the body and chassis and sorts your own essentially what. I did with a running driving car in the team. Yeah that's awesome so. I'm trying to do that on a budget without going to down the slippery slope. I mean who's going to do it you are. Are you going to do it in house. No this guy called ari english dude west coast type guy. He seems to be the the specialist thing. I'm i'm talking to him you know it's good when it's like it's not the of shops it's like one humans. May you know what i mean. Moss motor seems to be the go-to parts supply. That's ex gays. Limited merged into moss motors. That was unle- limited. There used to be in san luis obispo. He's now got bored. Outings powder moss motors no cool. They pretty much go to whole catalogue of stuff. You may or may not need for one. Oh good. I mean there's plenty of ropy ones around. I looked at a few beverly hills called club that were in the teens and had no floors and stuff like that. You do have to be a little careful about certain mechanically sound is used loosely from colorado. It's hard to deny the appeal especially of fucking copay. Just look they look so good they do. I mean my series one. That was a car. I born in the ninety s flew to sacramento cash. Pike pike. I bought around wait round trip ticket by nippon the car jovi from sacramento back to downtown. This is like ninety four. Made all the way within quarter of a mile of my loft at the time and basically the clutch went out on the on the card. Supposedly being restored now is like entry level to eat. Type jag ownership slippery slope then. We solved the overheating problem with a bigger dual found radiata but every time we we'd part of the call for a year and would say why don't we drive. This car looks so grain then we go driving and then with quickly realized why we don't drive it all the time. The story with an e type. He's probably like anything's probably like three five was talking about earlier..

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"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

06:12 min | 2 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Three times when i met him. I had two point eight million miles on it but back the seventies volvo started in high mileage. Call us through the dealer maintenance record okay. And here's another guy kind of like my turbo. Ice guy drove community was a schoolteacher in new york. And not like one hundred mile commute each day right these miles up pretty quickly by the late seventies. you had a million miles on it. And then he started doing events with volvo. Cars talk about a brandon. Yes a call out a million miles on now. It's to now. It's three point two so we shot an episode in new jersey with dot com with herbs original mechanic. Who'd worked on the coffee. Awesome the past thirty years and volvo. Usa owns that car. And that's a pretty cool. Arraigned that day in the production was always renting. It's going to suck now. This is gonna make the shooting editor the look on your wipers going to miss them. You know spray coming section. How was it to drive. i really liked. I drove a couple of them. One was like a a factory restored version. Which wasn't nearly as good as his where everything was. just kinda slick cease. Were sagging and you know. Had and i'm all about character so all the fastest costs during kind of vague shifted great but a kind of emotional event or day for me -cause having met the guy before when he was still around and then got to drive the car which is pretty special car so special. That's a cool war. Yeah and of course you know if you're if you're familiar with the same roger moore simon templar. You know. he drove that call back in the day. He got number four adjustment again. All of what's happening in big shoes. I kicked a wire along to the camera. Go here five. This is quite the setup. Yeah oh they're wireless but they have power supply tonight. Kicked one kid. I kick whatever you want but anyway you know that was a great automated. Drive the strange thing about that. Shoot that days. The car ran out of fuel. No big deal. But it being transported there by volvo usa and forty foot transporter. Do you think the five gallon kind of how they did. No you didn't know. God you to call triple a. What do you got. Three million mile volvo brings some gas to rent. I'm talking torrential around quite friend shooting. You're going for just. It's raining out of gas. You guys don't have gas checklist. Now forget to season. Three aba checklist jerry. Can we need 'cause you know. Full of gas caused a not on fourteen year old tires. Yellow yes shoot an episode episode. Three hike mechanic m cu. Bmw ties a fourteen years. We find that out after the fact. Yeah it's not good so not good. I don't know if you guys out that to not only with cars. I drive with with if i ever personally car. Absolutely it's a shit had a bad it with my friends cars too. I have a friend Who bought a diablo and he took it to. He bought it. And the first time i saw the thing was in the canyons and i was like. Oh wow look this. Wow you at this point. What paul fucking tires are two thousand and three legal. Fuck eight nine year old ties. I shamed him into immediately getting new. I was like what ties you on the contest size. Oh god let's see. I believe it's two. Oh five fifty. Five fourteen frontal three forty five or three fifty five fifty five fifteen rear a to five fifty five fourteen. Something on the mini and so ridiculous. Like if if the coon tosh owning lobby wasn't powerful enough influence ferrelli. No none of these. The cars would ever have tires again on parolees and their their brand new and they make them look like the old tires. Stick you options Are the ones that look old. But have new rubber. And they have the nontraditional. That's just a modern tire where the sidewall looks vintage contract. Modern and apparently those are like amazing and i may try them next. I'm happy with these. I'm glad that they make. It's drove a dabbler on the list. That wasn't my poster. I think like if we're talking about the next big thing. I think they're undervalued in the market. And i and when i see them out i'm like ooh. What is the market for. Diablo an early car. And the ninety one ninety two with the double stack cluster and the previ- tea is probably like maybe probably under to twenty-five still vdt's or like two fifty roadsters are in the threes. And then you start to get into the fours and fives for the six the six os or like much much nicer awesome holy groves. Yeah and as they get new poster and those early ones that kind of heavy with ninety one. Don't ninety one nine. Two's doubt they added power steering ninety four five entry level. I'm beginning sounded. Like a guy auto. Now oh yeah guy autozone fucking eighty grand if you wanna cheap on there. They they get pretty cheap. Yeah nothing with a v. Twelve is cheap but you can get v ten cards early like you don't wanna know for even if it's free oh five. Oh sixes Guy ardoz are probably like eighty five ninety grand gives you a decent one. Yeah that's probably the entry unless you wanted like agenda fuck with a jolt. You would look good in this spot. I drove one season one. We knew this spot aaron robinson. Yeah yeah it was like driving like driving. A pickup drove on the three zero eight four bike tobacco throwing gt four with just seem super nimble. Neither one wants fast but the spot was cool. Got shitloads of attention but wasn't necessarily fun. Fun-to-drive yeah that makes sense. It's a big big car. The fact that it has a v twelve.

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"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

06:48 min | 2 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"The blue wasn't quite right. It was more of like a sorta turquoise teal blue on the hottest part of the shoe. Rio was just gonna blue on the switch to match the blue on the bump because they're different materials different materials this. I'm sorry the blue on the your bumper. The little yes. Sorry i was thinking about from one part of the shoot the other interesting point because this was the first time in a long time nike deconstruction. Deng that was multiple fabrics leather on campus. So you know most of the rule leather. My favorite is the the the hidden easter tartan on the charting on the inside. When i found that i was like oh shit well. That sort of tied back into the fashion background arrived on taunton in tears. Quite a few of my calls on the blue interior was actually inspired by my Sixty seven s. So i had the blue interior on the and mismatch laces mismatch i. So she's comes with three laces as you know. Yeah not being stingy with the lace with good here. Wait how come though it's it's sold as an sp but it's pretty much an air force. One isn't it well. I'm wearing in wearing them. They don't feel skateboarding. Shoes feel like basketball shoes. From the seventies real close the problem the difference with the deconstructionist's these less padding so he's already not quite as puffy. And i think the cameras really makes it feel more vintage if it it feels like a vintage for sure but i put my friend nino had this fashion show launching shit the other night and i. I built a whole outfit around those shoes. He was like you have to dress up. It was like the only coal thing i own. Are these magnet shoes. What was the rest of the outfit to match the Do you know robert graham on venice. They make like crazy. pretty miami. okay. So i got a fun pattern shirt that match the match. The miami vice style. A little bit cuban. Cuban little ivana inspiring. I mean you know. I kind of want to get back into the fashion game but not doing what i did before i run. All production and samples are sort of more on the creative and collaborating during like a capsule collection. You could really do you know. The collab- game is enormous. Right now you could just lend your design influenced a whole bunch of the nike. I think will be the catalyst for that. Because this was a collaboration that i don't think people expected. Yeah i was always were my doc. Martens consumer super comfortable in the still all so for me. It kind of came on a new paradigm. last week. I bought in for five dogs and not comfortable and they make them they make a real self. I'm a bitch i didn't buy. I don't buy the ones that are like super hawk for These are going to suck for years. How do you have one. That's comfortable now by. I mean the interesting thing for me with nike co and we knew it'd be like this but not too quietly say like done stuff with hot wheels before nike people. A fanatical probably a fanatical as star wars fans. So when this thing kind of leaked out a few weeks before it came out that was when the hype star. Then they got on height beasts and various other places. Last week is shot. And i do an interview with g. q. Magazine eight-page spread surveys. Things grow they hate speech spreading shoe also racist story. You know it's not just. The shoe is a melting of two styles. Coming together cross culture brought together by the love of the call. Really i think. Yeah that was the catalyst radars take-up yeah of course but My point that permit. La river drive riding. Welcome back gays wide open. I mean there is no gate really. You got to go near the point seven. Pm for me later. It used to be really easy when it was under the sixth street bridge. Now you gotta go a little further north through chinatown. But whenever i post a photo in the parisian and the river and i've done a few of them everyone's like how do you get. Do you need a permit. Well i've lived here twelve years. I've always thought she'd permit. I didn't realize you had to be the fucking outlaw. Our with everyone and everyone but to finish my nike point the bid. There really surprised me. I think was just the demand for the shoot. Nike will never tell you. How many of the making but it seems like the demand is ten times amount. They made so. Unfortunately there's a lot of disappointed people that never got the show and you. I guess you can usually judge right by the by the the ebay market or the whatever. They're going for in their own for a lot more than the cost a new. Which is that's awesome. Yeah i mean on one that it is and of course you got all the enthusiastic can't get the show of course want to spend four times retail of your horse and that's unfortunate but like if you're talking about part one of a hopefully long you know partnerships rather the fact that the demand has far outstripped the supply can only be seen as a good thing. I think so too. I think nike knows how to play that game. I've already got a couple of ideas for other art inspired. 'cause that i own. That might make great shoes letting the nine fourteen some fun cars. Like some like real interesting interior and exterior combos. That can be really fun when he saw laying out on on a shoe a sneaker whether it's an o. jordan where i one or whatever it may be right you know. It's kind of like for me. I like doing projects at a creative and this one was a creative project. Yeah what about going back to like jon ward over icon is going deep into this leather working thing. You ever thought about doing specific handmade pieces that are like you know real avant garde kind of things are not really. I'm all wearable functional. Stuff to me. I've done like the That type of thing back in the series days when we're designing stuff for alice cooper for example and it was more avant garde and theatrical and stage were for me i'm all about comfort and usability but you know i definitely light to collaborate with someone this outside of the box that people thought. I never saw that coming. Yeah sorta how the nike thing. Yeah it's maybe. I should talk to you guys down. Something like boots forever for. You've been now all of a sudden. Here's this sneaker. Yeah that's like whoa. It's not even like hey by the way. Magnus get new sneakers. Now it's like boots boots boots. Your own sneaker jump ripping big leap to say though. If if the sneaker wasn't comfortable i wouldn't wear it because i'm still averaging ten thousand steps a day walking around so for me. It has to become tool and you have to be able to drive in it so for me. I did a lot of manipulation that get it where it was broken into with beside yourself test. The driveability your calibrated to like fuck and cowboy boots. Calibrating comparison what you normally drive in livers upgrade. Gotta be able to heal and turn left foot braking.

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"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

06:19 min | 2 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"California. Visit one of their retail locations hit up their website to see where they're at. I liked their port wine naming location. It's a good excuse to drive your sports car. A good destination If you're not in california don't have access to these types of delightful goodies legally. Just give them a follow on instagram tradecraft farms and tradecraft underscore farms. They've taken a pretty much the same place. They own them both or at fire. If you just want to keep it. Real simple at fire tradecraft farms of the official provider of such delightful floral goodies. This entire podcast. All right on this episode of the show. We've got magnus walker in studio. He has a new season of his show. The next big thing on the Haggerty youtube channel. He also just released a Sneaker collaboration with nike which is very very cool. The subtext of that is that magnus is getting old and needs to switch from boots to sneakers. That's the subtext of that. But we don't have to talk about that because dirt. Don't slow him down. Magnus walker on the show. What's up same old same old. You know bids getting other than that. Uh just for men approach to yet. No none of that you know. Don't slow you down just less of it and it's thir- nice about it. Why mean eight grade more much more gracefully than most turned fifty four last week. Happy birthday. aren't they say yes but self a new house. Yeah house is fabulous yes. She's one of the most fabulous people out there looking on many many level. I mean to have somebody that fabulous. Who's gig is to write about cars. It's pretty good for you. Yup on on the great thing about hannah will say she's not a call person and the great thing about that is. We're all call people. But even i get bored of twenty four seven call to. She's able to switch off quiet rounded. Yeah and he's not twenty four seven call too so that's one of the many things that great about who've yeah that's i mean i. I'm happy that my wife isn't really a car person. She's come to appreciate. My aunt has come to appreciate certain things well to do. She works at twitter. Oh twelve hour she's She's actually she just got promoted. She's the she's actually the director of research that twitter luda. It's pretty g job. I don't really do the twitter. I'm on it. But i seldom post. I learned that this morning when i tried to tag. you in our in promoting this kaz. Yeah you're not much of a tweet. That's okay your instagram. Is your medium for sure and youtube. Told me some time to get to that as well but you know. It's amazing what you can do with the phone in his pocket. Yeah what was your. What was your when you were promoting like your fashion business back in the day. What was your medium of communication was interesting. We were talking about that and the other day twenty years ago it was a lot of this coming down pulling wardrobe for artists to go on tool promo music video. It was the more traditional method. Seem pretty easy. We just organically evolved from the boardwalk invent as to a retail store on melrose and the on melrose became like the one-stop broken role shop so every pound. That was on tour. That was playing a gig. They'd come through now is how everyone from alice. Cooper to madonna so bike. Nate was just more organic. You didn't really think about all go to put a post up. Yeah we were just doing and people were coming pulling and we got on the cover of light rolling stone and really who's wearing it unrolling belly. Oh yeah so. Belly was on the cover rolling stone. We we did a bunch of sequence stuff. Which was paul elvis paul rock and roll but we had everyone from social distortion wearing them to smashing pumpkins to belly on the cover of rolling. It must've been cool as hell. Yeah you know. It was funny when i got my green card twenty years ago to make a book of everything that i'd done because i went through this thing called first preference on to provide some sort of autistic of bill and i i am worthy. Yeah it was essentially that but it was a trip down memory lane of going through the scrapbook because we're actually kept to scrap. We didn't have a phone wasn't auto famous customs officer. I have three hundred and fifty thousand instagram fall. Those guys in the buying. They don't seem to care about how many incident follies. You got old school. I mean it was pretty exciting to be on the cover rolling stone in hip pirelli and then there was a fashion side of all the fashion magazines you know. We were on volkswagen. Just various things so it was different back then but it seemed you just adapt to the environment. I guess he's what i'm trying to say. Our friend nino who used to work for us on our old show and edited for us and and he was also kind of a musician. I don't know if you've ever met him. I think you may have at one point but he just started a fashion line. My audience on instagram. Where the meanest they've ever been to. Anybody knows fashion fashion crime. But he made fifty three learn to so he made pieces from scratch. Doing like supplementation dieting and the fabrics. And like you know all these people in our audience talk mad shit. But i showed it to fucking matt jacobson. Birdwell beach bridges like. Oh this is cool. have that guy. Call me on one dago and so like y'all can go eat a dick so all about who you know i. Actually he got machine gun. Kelly and lil nauseous wearing his things he goes to that melrose like Flea markets swap me. Yeah he's got a booth there. Any moves super cool. I mean yesterday were the rosebowl agent. I shopping for inspiration for the house. And it's amazing. How inspiring the rose bowl is for antiques slash furniture slashes at the good one. The rose bowl second sunday of the month as the granddaddy of all flea markets so everything from tunisia role antiques to people that you just talking about doing fashion. Want it to santa. Monica airport a couple of weeks ago. This little different. It was not it was it. Seemed like there were five booths on repeat throughout this the west side. It's more these interior design. We've gone if you wanna be. I think for you. You're most suited to the melrose. Flee our sunday the rose bowl and a solo come upon cohen just north of hollywood boulevard. That seems like high speed. Yeah these warm right there. you know. there's a lot more flavors put putting. what are you expecting. santa monica come on. No it was wasn't open. It wasn't a west side. It was like it was just all hobby. Says yes. that's a much better..

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"magnus" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"It's it'd be hard for me to think of anything that could outweigh being against the genocide. Because that's the whole point of why supposedly don't like nazis right. Isn't that so it's kind of weird to me like i. I made this point a while back. And no one's ever really countered it but they certainly have tried to use it to like damage me but i was saying the thing about holocaust deniers and again i guess because i'm a jew and my family was killed in the holocaust i feel the freedom to say this but i go if someone doesn't believe that the holocaust did happen happened in the forties. How is that worse than someone who is advocating for the holocaust currently going on in say yemen. How how is that even remotely in the same ballpark people. Try to blend with that really. Oh yeah no it's. It's the dog whistling for defending holocaust. Supporters are defending holocaust deniers. That's that's where it's taken out is is that one time. They had me on record that. I said i really don't care about that. Shit i just don't care and happened or didn't it doesn't really mean anything to me. It's still happened. The vast majority of people still know what happened. Why why am i required to be like. Oh my god no he he said this about. It's like okay. I don't believe that another thing. I'll tell you i just at them like why you're stupid in my life. Yeah well that's probably the best way to do another thing. I really hate about the wo- culture is the idea that i am required to denounce people who i might agree on unlike a bunch of things because they have this politically incorrect view. Or even if it's a really horrible politically incorrect view. It's like why. Can't i just tell you what i think on that view and tell you what i like about that person. Why what. I like with them. You know it's like i don't i don't have some obligation to denounce people. Listen anyway. we're overtime. I've really enjoyed this. We're gonna have to do this again but tell people what's going on next. Where can they find your stuff. Yeah yeah and a real real quick as kind of an announcement because you would be interested in this Eleventh this year. We're working on a post. Partisan antiwar march in dc and the type of people involved with it might surprise you. And we're we're really looking at left right. Motherfucking hammer and sickle and in libertarian flame. Everybody i don't care. We're working on that scott horton's interested in and involved like a bunch of other people like are going to be a new it. So let's let's do this. Put our money. where a mouth is. This is the point of the unity shit can be put up or shut up but be excited. It now sat outside of that. I have a youtube channel twitter. The only things. I'm allowed to be on the band off everything else. That's just magnus pan video. Amanda the podcast. I do every thursday called unity or death. Kind of my whole thing and for events may twenty-eighth being louisville for the year anniversary. Of like the whole brianna. Taylor starting and then we're working on something with thaddeus russell and laney sweet to get an event for daniel shaver. Because nobody's had an event for him yet. And i think that's fucked so that's another that's another let's put up or shut up kind of at. Let's let's do something for this man. So that's what. I got going on all right absolutely well. Brother thank you very much. I really appreciate this. I think it was a great conversation. Thanks everybody for listening. Catch next time piece..

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"magnus" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

06:55 min | 4 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Do you like what. What's your assessment of of the different groups of the party. And what are your thoughts on the l. p. oh yes. I'm i wouldn't say i'm a member i mean. Obviously i go vote for it. Because i'm not one of those. Anarchists that are like electoralism is stupid. It's five minutes of your fucking bego. Check a box. You're helping like even if it's even it's point. Zero zero zero zero one percent better. It took you five minutes. Just go do it but definitely in general like idea like a lot of stuff. That's happening in the bbc's caucus of libertarians libertarian. Stuff what. I say that i don't just mean activism but i mean like we. We need to fight like we need to messaging. We need to get out. We needed like strongly. Believe what we believe. We need to start attacking. Every every i don't like by any means necessary because that implies a bunch of fucked up shit but by all means available. Be doing things and i do like that. I do find it annoying. That i feel like we've recreated this fed culture war within our own fucking party and it's really frustrating and i definitely fall closer on your side of that if i do find like the woke -tarian types like obnoxious and exact opposite of what i'm talking about if they don't do libertarian shit. I've never heard of them. They don't activism. they don't message they don't attack the they don't do anything but also at the same time there are tons of macy's people where i feel like they just like you said fallen into the culture war stuff. Where more focused on posting something edgy to piss off the woke up the government. And i'm i'm just on a different level of that. I've had the fbi and the da. Show up to my door. Threaten to put me in a cage so like what. What archie flowers or. Somebody said on fucking twitter. I don't care like i'm just on a different level of like all of this than that so i do think a lot of people just need to be like shocked into this guy's lik yes. Some of these people are really annoying but like we need. We have bigger problems. The reason what reasons why the woke stuff is such effective propaganda. Because and don't get me wrong because sometimes it does border on things that are like whoa. This actually really needs to be fought like an and one for me was like the you know the stuff where they talk about. Like three and four year olds taking hormones. And stuff like that where you're like. Whoa that actually. If you're well ruling like fight that i get i this is like the trying to push child abuse and so okay but in general so much of the woke stuff. It's not just that it sucks so many from the left into caring about nonsense but then it sucks so many into the right about fighting against nonsense so if you're just dunking on nonsense all day long what have you really been doing. You know like if even if you're just talking about how stupid calling. The dewey. Decimal system racist is you still spent your whole day on the dewey decimal system. This is kind of like that. One and people get really defensive about all the time. But like i can talk about more than one thing at one time and i'm like can you though because a lot of y'all talked about nothing but culture worship and have not brought up anything else. I mean the infamously. The day we killed solid bonnie. I think it was also trending of like marvel goes woke or something. So it's like we just possibly kicked off world war three by like drone striking at iranian general but people are complaining about because they have black characters. Something it's like fucking the day after the day after we killed soleimani or maybe a couple of days after his when tensions were really building up and Stephan malu invited me on his show to talk about the iran situation and he was still all the platforms at like a million subscribers on youtube. And i was like absolutely. I'd love to then i got nothing but shit from the woke libertarians. Because they're like stefan mullen. Use a right winger ball. And i'm like okay so i'm going to convince a whole bunch of right wingers to be good on the war in iran. This sounds like a great plan to make and so even that then it's like this is what the real poison of the woke shet. Is they make it impossible for anyone to do work to like actually be like in the business of like trying to convince right wingers to not be for this war and like. Hey you're governments lying to you and guess what it's the same people who framed trump for colluding with russia and all this stuff and i don't know i just think it's i certainly have fallen into it before i'm trying my best not to now But it's you know when people are playing the game which is basically like we'll go back through your the last ten years of your work find the most controversial thing you've said give it the least charitable interpretation and call you all sorts of names for it. It's very hard to not want to be like well. Fuck that guy and still will give an occasional. Fuck that guy. But i do think what you were getting at there that it's like that has to. That can't take up too much of your time. You have to prioritize the issues that really matter and be spending way more time on them. And that's that's essentially the poison of the woke. You spend a ton of time on microaggressions and not that much time on war and the problem. it's. I've described it as like intersectional activism because like the obviously not the more weird version of the foundation of intersection analogy makes sense. Because everything's fucking connected. You can't just say one. Problem is in a bubble and you can fix that one problem and everything solve society's complex but i describe intellect intersectional activism as when i was an environmental activist when i was younger. If we were all showing up somewhere to stop a tree getting shutdown or something like that. We'll chop down. We were just glad you were fucking there. But now i feel like if i took my what i did as a kid and went. Now i'd show up to that and somebody walk up like what's your opinion on abortion. What's your opinion israel. What's your opinion on. It's like. I thought we were just here to stop the tree from getting fucking cut down. You know but like that's how it is now to where everybody has to go through these giant checklists approval boxes to fight. Things we think is wrong. It's very convenient for the establishment. I'll make a car. I'll make a controversial statement. I don't i don't care if like like a fucking neo. Nazi shows up to an anti-war words. I'm not gonna talk to him. I probably will stand with them but like hey bro glad. Somebody hates war to you. Might have a bunch of other fucked up opinions. And i'll never like you but i like that. You hate war period. Like i'd well you got the the funny thing right. Is that like the whole essence. And i've made this point before and gotten in trouble for it. But i don't give a shit keep making it essence of why we hate. Nazis is the genocide right. Like that's the whole thing. That is what the real bad thing that he's dead so we got like four genocides going on right now and if you're against those genocides that's pretty good. That's better than someone who's forum like pretty much no matter what other thing you have. It's it'd be hard for me to think of anything that could outweigh being against the genocide. Because that's the whole point of why supposedly don't like nazis right. Isn't that.

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"magnus" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Message just want to scream at a right-winger get into a cop's face or something like that you're look i don't. I don't deny that that's probably happening. I'm sure there are some infiltrators but when you're talking about like billions of dollars there's there's undeniable fast but i but even beyond that when you see these violent riots in cities across the country. I mean really on a massive scale. Are you not if you're out there. In the protest and these people are taking cover from the protests. And then you know what i mean. Ransacking businesses and beating people up and stuff. And i agree with you. Completely much of it was reaction to the lockdowns. But do you worry that. Then when you're out there protesting you are still kind of giving cover to these violent thugs like it's like this is kind of what they need. In order to then be able to you know row and then you have people at the at the national level certainly in black lives matter who do nothing but make excuses for people who are committing violence and and to me that just that rings too much like in the same way that like nine eleven doesn't justify invading iraq. Because they do that. It doesn't matter how traumatized you were or how upset you are about what someone did to you. You can't just go. you know. Kill innocent people and and blow up their their cities and in the same sense like no matter what the cops did someone. You can't just go. Terrorize some business owner. That stuff just makes my blood boil. Yeah no i i. I agree one hundred percent on that. And that's kind of like the other element of our organization and then also some of the black panther groups that even like some john brown gun club people of. That's kind of been the even though i hate to use the word but for lack of better term the the policing within these kind of things because i always bring it up but the first night in detroit. One of my best friends. Leo tim and he was there within an hour of each other. He rendered first aid to a young black man that was shot and killed in a drive by like a dude just went to the protest just lit up like and then immediately like immediately stood between riot cops and protesters and kept the riot cops from teargassing them over nothing and helped. Local protesters grabbed these dues. They were trying to break into an apartment building in the middle of the protests. That all happen within an hour of each other. So it's like you'd have to. You have seen moments where people will step up and be like no. Don't do that but you also do see that. There's with finn all of these movements that get mad at that. They don't they don't like to see that's being prevented. Because they're trying you're right. They're trying to use these protests covered fox stuff up and even see it on the right wing of like where you'll you'll have certain proud boys militia dues where their own guys have to hold them back. Because it's like bro. like are you. Are you here to protect this property. Or whatever or are you. Are you here to try to instigate some some college kid to get into a fistfight with you so you can fuck and shoot him like you know. Why are you really here. You see a lot of that. And it's just it's some total fog of war like a cluster. Fuck stop. But i also like another criticism of it is we got. Y'all gonna put in the context that we're the culture that like a homeless man gets beat up on a train and everybody films it instead of doing something about it and that's definitely part of it too of like. Oh why are all these people stopping this one dude. Who's like banging on the window of shoe store. It's like that's kind of every. Yeah kind of like our culture right now like people getting beaten the street and everyone stops and pulls out the camera and watch them to the helping them. It's like it's fucked. I don't disagree with you but like that's an important detail to think about. Yeah yeah well. Look i do think that you know what it all comes back to to me is just that you know the the people in charge completely fucked over the country and that everything basically spun out since then and it's it's unfortunate in many ways to say but this is what happens Like stability in a society is a very important thing and when the moderate center are the most extreme radicals out there they lose any ability to kind of rein in extremists. That had to be probably like what are your biggest knock it out of the fucking park moment was making that analogy of like yeah like everyone says i'm crazy radical extremists. I literally want like my community to not be taxed to death and leave each other alone and just like hang out vibe. I'm the crazy extremist but the bomb sixteen countries tax. Everyone to death put microchips in people. Bill gates tried to block the sun in sweden and they had to tell them no like i'm the radical. I'm the crazy person like are you kidding me. They're setting up vaccine outposts outside of bars and trying to convince drug people to get the fucking back seen like i'm the radical. I'm the crazy person like no. It's ridiculous in. you're absolutely right. That like things have gone so far. Sideways and people don't the normalcy bias again. Like i'll keep hitting on. That has set in so hard. Where if i went a year ago and it was like. Hey dave like they're gonna lock the entire country in their homes. They're going to like reignite a bunch of wars. They're going to just just last night create a whole new Ranch of the department of homeland security for domestic terrorism and that the capital is going to be stormed and occupied by a shirtless man in a biking hat. You'd be you would look at me. Like i'm high you'd be like shut the fuck up. Come on magnus. That's going to be at least five years before but here we are all right guys. Let's take a moment and thank our sponsor for today's show which is blue to blue is making waves and bringing more confidence in the bedroom to men. They offer chewable.

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"magnus" Discussed on Part of the Problem

Part of the Problem

07:44 min | 4 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on Part of the Problem

"Episode of part of the problem. I'm very excited to be joined today. By magnus who has been blowing up all over the interwebs he had a A a speech that went viral. I guess is where it all kind of your your recent rise started And then you've been on jimmy. Dorin alex jones a couple times and a whole bunch of other podcasts thaddeus russell read coverdale lot of people who i i'd imagine a lot of my listeners. Also listened to ours very interested to To have this conversation so let me. Just start here. Have you ever or. Are you currently a member of the boob lose. so when did you start bugling. yeah so current member. It's coming up on a year now actually passed a year. I think it was last april when i got involved in all of this. It's a it's a little weird because you kind of have to separate like it's very similar to non mus and the guy box and all that were like there was a distinct moment where it went from being kind of like a meam to a movement so that was that was back in april. And that's when i started getting involved in all of this with like the lockdowns hitting everything kind of going fucking sideways. Think again a year ago. So when i got involved yes so i was that that was what i kind of noticed as well and i wasn't sure exactly when it happened when i first started hearing about the bugaku thing just kind of like shit posting and jokes. It seemed to me In my facebook group there'd be people joking around about it. I'd see it on twitter a lot. But i never really saw it as a real thing organized in the streets i i gotta be honest. I was always a little skeptical about it. I thought that the idea of joking around about a second civil war was maybe not the smartest thing i mean. It's it's it's a pretty serious thing. That's pretty bad for a lot of people. No matter how you feel about the government and i was concerned about that when i started seeing the people in the streets Although i mean to be fair what i've actually heard from from members it's never what they're being portrayed as which is often the case with these groups but does. Is there anything to that that you think may not be the best. You know tactical decision to have that name and then be out in the streets with guns. Aren't you kind of making the corporate presses. Job a little easier for them. Yeah but i mean like like obviously the appearing on the streets with gun has like tactical in like there's there's reasons for it outside of just imaging and messaging. I mean a lot of us have been shot at or tear gas to like it gets. It's real out there. It's not just a joke. But i definitely think like the dark humor of it and kind of the shock value of it it some while can be unproductive in some ways also like nobody would be talking about us if it wasn't for that. It's the same thing of the hawaiian shirt just like. Why do you wear the white shirts so stupid. And it's like what you care. Would you care if we didn't out. Yeah that's a fair just to be crystal clear. I'm not this is an. It's not a moral condemnation or something like i m nobody to be against dark jokes. I love dark jokes as much as anyone else. The darker the better. I'm just saying that when you are getting into the realm of being kind of you know politically active or just activists in nature. It's you got to really be careful about this stuff. And and because the it's not a game and people will if they can find a way to you know portray you guys as a violent organization. They will go to jail for a long time and that that definitely like it screws with normies a lot but definitely you know people like us and people on the ground. They're all like. Why are these guys walking around talking about like a second revolution immense civil conflict or collapse and it's like gestures vaguely everything you know like north carolina's out of gas right now we've had ear of rioting and then obviously also like when you look at kind of everybody's kind of online beam culture for lack of a better term all the anti-fascist people post videos about like hanging cops and burning cars. All the trump supporters were posted videos about shooting anton running over protesters like every everybody was kind of on that energy and the media doesn't wanna talk about it but that's like we came real close last year there was a couple of moments whereas like like you know y- obviously like the whole kenosha thing and a bunch of stuff where it's like this kind of went sideways real fast. Real hard and yeah. It's just you know the normalcy bias of regular people where they do not understand how bad things are. Yeah well this was kind of like my my message to the people On the january sex to storm the capital and the people who are supportive of them. And i was just saying like look man. I'm like. I'm a hardcore libertarian. Here defending government buildings. I don't care about government property. it's gotten property anyway. I'm just saying if you're going to engage in some type of direct conflict with the strongest government in the history of the world. Understand that these are the people who will waco your children and not lose sleep at night and so just be smart about it and they were. No there's these. People are far on. Nancy pelosi desk and take himself fees and stuff now. Okay it might be stupid. When the corporate press insists that this was a coup attempt or something like always referred to it as the clown fiesta or the michael malice said like the white house tour. It's but it's a joke and it's all silly and all that but those people are going to end up in jail for decades and they're going to track every last one of them down because it's not something like say the the black lives matter riots. Where the corporate press saw it and was like. Hey we can maybe spin this in our favor or use this as like some type of you know hedge against donald trump or something like that. This was for them to spin this in their favor. These are domestic. Terrorists need to be crushed so nymex's just just like all the people who are actually out there doing this stuff. Just keep that in mind be smart about all of this because you're this is this is not a game or two game where you're playing for. Keeps yeah i mean like it. It was kind of disheartening. But i still find it funny that i went on jimmy door in the very what we were talking about the unity movement and everything. He's like you know. You remind me a lot of fred hampton. You know what they did to him right and it was like yeah. I'm very aware like this is definitely play for keeps and like i have. I have friends several friends that are facing federal prison over bullshit crimes over protesting lockdowns. They're going to be in jail for years. And i have dead friends like quite a few dead friends of this movement already over the last year that that have given their life up for this and it's it's not a lot of people think you know it's a joke. All those trump supporters thought. It was a joke and even a lot of like the norm more nor me more like college. White people people think it's a joke and they don't realize what's going on because you saw what happened at brooklyn center now. Trump's gone like the they were perfectly fine with allowing minneapolis to go crazy. But the brooklyn center dallas joe biden days sent national guard out there pointing rifles at people in the car. They arrested all the journalists is like you're you're not convenient anymore. The biden administration and the smarts this people in the movement no this and they expect this to come but a lot of the norby's that might change their profile to a black square. Something like what's going on. That's whenever you have these movements That you always have a a mix so when it's something like whatever you know the stuff going on in portland or in seattle or the autonomous zone stuff right like you've got some people there who are really like devout.

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ERCOT CEO Refuses $800K Payout Following Firing

Charlie Parker

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

ERCOT CEO Refuses $800K Payout Following Firing

"W. Away, I fired CEO of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas as he won't seek or accept his severance pay. Under his contract, Bill Magnus would have been owed more than $800,000 or one year of his base salary. Urquhart's board voted Wednesday to give Magnus a 60 day termination notice or cots been heavily criticized recently for failure to prepare and respond properly to the winter storm that knocked out electric power for millions of Texans and caused dozens of deaths and it turns out ERCOT kept market prices for power high for nearly two more days after widespread outages ended on February 17th. Resulting in $16 billion in additional cost to Texas power companies. The independent market Monitor for the Public Utility Commission of Texas was which oversees ERCOT wrote in a letter that ERCOT should have reset the prices the following day and recommends ERCOT retroactively a men

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Texas power grid CEO getting fired in wake of deadly blackouts

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

Texas power grid CEO getting fired in wake of deadly blackouts

"Of people without electricity and heat for days in sub freezing temperatures. Bill Magnus, CEO of the Electrical Reliability Council of Texas, becomes the second senior official to depart in the wake of one of the worst blackouts in U. S history. State's top utility regulator resigned on Monday. They're able to watch the nationals now in Florida, while next month in DC they won't be able to

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Texas power grid CEO fired after deadly February blackouts

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Texas power grid CEO fired after deadly February blackouts

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the Texas power grid CEO was fired after the deadly February blackouts the CEO of the Texas power grid has been fired in the latest fallout after the statewide blackouts that left millions without electricity and heat for days during an extended cold snap last month bill Magnus the CEO of the electric reliability council of Texas was given a two month termination notice buyer cuts board in a meeting Wednesday night bag this made more than eight hundred seventy six thousand dollars in salary and other compensation in twenty nineteen on Monday public utility commission chairwoman deann Walker resigned her post in Washington the house oversight committee is opening an investigation of caught hi Mike Rossio

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Cities slammed by winter storms face new crisis: No water

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Cities slammed by winter storms face new crisis: No water

"Many Americans finally have electricity back but states led by winter storms are dealing with a crisis a broken water pipes and a lack of clean drinking water millions of people are under boil water orders because of freeze damage the latest misery for residents left without heat or electricity for days after ice and snow forced utilities from Minnesota to Texas to implement rolling blackouts Calvin Stephens was one of many waiting in line for bottled water he talked to KTRK in Galveston Texas you know I mean you can't drink the water for the ball in and out at which I wouldn't like it even if you bought it president Biden says more federal aid is getting ready a major disaster declaration bill Magnus president of the electrical reliability council of Texas says that the system there has returned to normal for the first time since the storm there have been people out in zero degree temperatures to do run power plant fixing the problems nonstop I'm Jennifer king

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ERCOT says grid is off highest emergency conditions

Rush Limbaugh

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

ERCOT says grid is off highest emergency conditions

"The Texas Electric Grid operator, says normal operations have been restored nearly a week after more than four million people lost power for this to happen again. And, uh, There There are a lot of of ideas ideas about how how to make that that different different and we want to participate in in the the process process of of considering considering those those ideas. President President CEO Bill Magnus also defends the decision to operate it 50% with rolling outages, saying it aloud full service to be restored sooner. He also supports the governor's call for winterization of certain equipment, but state officials are facing criticism. We're not taking steps ahead of this week's extreme cold and relying on the state's independent power grid. Meantime, millions of Texans remain under a boil water advisory in water and power issues extend to other states in the path of recent storms. Parts of Oregon have had no power for a

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ERCOT Says Power Able To Be Restored For Majority Of Affected Dallas Residents

Chris Salcedo

01:19 min | 7 months ago

ERCOT Says Power Able To Be Restored For Majority Of Affected Dallas Residents

"To be restored amid the severe winter storm. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas has some good news for residents. W B A. P S Clayton level is live in NORTH Dallas. Please give us the latest update. Long awaited news Nickel. Orcutt says this morning that the majority of customers are now able to be restored. Electric companies are still restoring outages in the field, some whether related outages, but those forced outages. They are being lifted across Texas right now, Energy companies have been directed by the Electric Reliability Council of Texas to stop with the forced outages. Now those outages were happening because the Texas power British simply wasn't equipped to handle. Supply and demand issue that we were having with these unprecedented cold temperatures, whether or not they should have been that will be addressed down the line. But the good news right now is power is being restored. There will be no more forced outages, at least for the time being, and ERCOT hopes to keep it that way. There is a media call at 10 o'clock this morning with Bill Magnus, the CEO, we will be on that call. And have the latest for you. But for now, the good news is those forced outages are being lifted in north Dallas. Nicole Clayton Nevil, WB AP News and Governor Greg Abbott has issued an order through

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ERCOT says 2 to 3 million Texans are without power, warmer weather to ease outages

Chris Krok

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

ERCOT says 2 to 3 million Texans are without power, warmer weather to ease outages

"Council Council of Texas of Texas says says between between two and two three and million three million Texans Texans are are without without power power as as controlled controlled outages outages continued continued during during frigid frigid conditions. conditions. ERCOT ERCOT CEO CEO Bill Bill Magnus Magnus says says the available the available supplies supplies supplies supplies significantly significantly significantly significantly dropped dropped dropped dropped on on Sunday Sunday on on Sunday Sunday do do do do to to frozen frozen to to frozen frozen conditions, conditions, conditions, conditions, forcing forcing forcing forcing prolonged prolonged prolonged prolonged outages outages outages outages to to relieve relieve to to relieve relieve a a strain strain a a strain strain on on the the power power on on the the power power grid. grid. grid. grid. If If If If we we let let we we let let that that that that Supply Supply Supply Supply demand demand demand demand balance balance balance balance they they too too they they too too long long long long out out of of balance. balance. out out of of balance. balance. It It could could It It have have had had could could have have catastrophic catastrophic had had catastrophic catastrophic impacts impacts impacts impacts on on the the on on grid grid the the itself itself grid grid itself itself that that that that could could take take could could take take a very, a very, very very long time long to time repair. to repair. Magnus Magnus says says slightly slightly warmer warmer weather weather later later this week this week will allow will allow Maura Maura outages outages to be to lifted. be lifted.

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Is chess an Esport?

The Business of Esports

04:32 min | 9 months ago

Is chess an Esport?

"On this. Podcast we've said chess is definitely any sport it's so cool to see you know Gm ichuro streaming for tsm and playing chess and chess was invented. Today would definitely be any sport. you know. we've we've sort of back that narrative collectively. And then i saw this article and i'm like wait a second. Something's not right like this doesn't feel right to me as much as i believed streaming of chest feels like a little bit of any sport is magnus carlsen is he. The top e sports earner is this really as good for the sports industry as a whole to sort of make this kind of call Or are we sort of now trying to include too much in the definition and we only hurt ourselves like. Where are you guys on that on that on. That thought lindsey. I'll let you start okay. I talked about this on twitter a little bit earlier. I think it's great. So one of the things about these lists especially. I was looking at the top ten team earnings to i mean the amount of potential earnings that are out there are just around fifteen to twenty percent of what they were last year. Because of the pandemic so part of it is that chest was super easily translatable in a pandemic near still able to hold tournaments. It's still very familiar. People still wanted to watch it whereas some other tournaments games. Whatever with the line element. It's not as exciting. So we'll see his carries over into next year that would be an interesting trend but the other part is that. I still don't think it's necessarily a bad thing for this is a little bit. I mean this is where it gets a little bit to differentiate between these sports gaming and top earning streamers as top running eastwards competitive on and the the delineation between all of those is really murky unclear. Obviously he's not the most popular Twit streamer and i wouldn't expect him to have the most money made off of that or most money made off of endorsements or whatever. So when i look at it from that lens. I don't think it's a bad thing that he's leading in this. Very narrow niche category called e sports. Where we're only looking at tournament winnings that have been decimated during a pandemic so but like even non pandemic like even. If you go back he probably still would have made the top ten and half a million dollars. You're weirdo doda to the winning team. Each guy makes you know couple of million bucks. He still would be up there. And i think the bigger question is you know everyone seems gung ho to call chesini sport right but then you see a list. At least i saw list like this. And i go wait. A second at maybe. Have we gone too fast. Here right like manx. Carlson to me has never been an east sports competitor right and so it started trending downwards though if people kind of us chess has an introductory way of getting into it because it is familiar international and then got for like league of legends. Like watching chess. Yeah i i. I very much think that that kind of strategy play that people get into is easily transferable to other games and that it could be a way of just doing that choices. I mean just. Chess has the advantage of longevity. It's been around for thousands of ears. So i don't think it's a bad thing right now. Maybe in ten years. I would think that this would be a bad trend. Maybe even five years but for right now this year it's point even stronger. I feel like we're using chess at this more rate like being used in the dirty version of the word right like we're using it for sorta like clout right because it's cool to have chess as an e sport and chest is massively popular internationally right and then as soon as as soon as you have. Magnus carlsen at the top of the list. Everyone goes oh. No no not any sport like i feel like we're using it a little bit and chris brings up a good point here. Jeff maybe you want to comment on like when do we call poker any sport. Yeah that's a good point. You got a slippery slope at some point. Can you call you know anything. That's being played electric. You know it's just this other point at some point. Can you just call anything you play like you know like if we're flipping a coin and betting on the outcome is that an e sport if it's filmed than like you're in one place at other place i don't know

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On this day: Karl M. Baer legally recognized as male

This Day in History Class

04:09 min | 9 months ago

On this day: Karl M. Baer legally recognized as male

"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy wilson and it's january eighth. Carl m bear was legally recognized as mail on the stay in one thousand nine hundred. Seven bear was born to a german jewish family in eighteen eighty five and after his delivery the midwife said to his mother something along the lines of congratulations on the birth of your lovely daughter but the midwife had a different conversation with carl's father saying that this newborn babies body was ambiguous and that it wasn't clear whether she should call the baby male or female today we might have described him as intersex so the family went to see a doctor and added that when they registered carl's birth they would register him as a girl and give him girls name. But as carl grew up he had a very clear sense of his own self. He later described himself as a boy who was being raised as girl and his own writing he said quote one may raise a healthy boy in a womanish manner as one wishes and a female creature as manish never will. This caused their senses to remain forever reversed and his growing up was not easy at all. He was expected to play with girls but he didn't feel like a girl and the girls also seemed to suspect. Somehow he wasn't one of them not only did he not like most of the pastimes that were considered to be appropriate for girls but the girls in his community excluded him from playing with them his behavior and his interests and as he grew into a teenager his appearance and voice were more in line with what was expected of boys than what was expected of girls in one thousand nine hundred four at the age of nineteen he moved to hamburg. He studied sociology. He started working as a social worker and was also part of feminist organisations including campaigning against the trafficking of women he was also active in the jewish service organization beneath breath that same year. He started introducing himself to people as a man. He changed stress and no longer tried to hide his more masculine physical features and then in the midst of all this. He was injured in a tram accident when he was taken to the hospital. Doctors immediately noticed that his i d did not match the name or the gender that he gave to them. When he was admitted they ultimately contacted magnus hirschfeld of the institute for sexual science which was a research institute medical facility and an advocacy organization for what we would describe. Today as lgbt rights hirschfeld described bear as a case of quote erroneous sexual attribution. He and other doctors at the institute felt that bear would benefit from having surgery. It's what we would today describe as gender affirmation surgery after receiving hormone treatments bear had a series of surgery is starting in one thousand nine hundred six and this made him one of the first people to have surgery for this reason on january eighth of one thousand nine hundred seven. He was legally recognized as mail and was issued a new birth certificate that same year. He published a semi-fictional autobiography called memoirs of a man's maiden years and he published that under the pseudonym nfo body but it was widely known that he was the author of this work on october tenth of that year he got married although his wife died of pneumonia about a year and a half later and he got remarried later on bear continued to work as a social activist in berlin until nineteen thirty seven including becoming the director of the berlin lodges of buzney breath but then in nineteen thirty seven. He was captured by nazis and tortured after settling his affairs as quickly as he could. He fled germany and moved. To what would later become israel. He lived a quiet life there as an insurance agent and he died in nineteen fifty-six

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"magnus" Discussed on HumAIn Podcast

HumAIn Podcast

06:28 min | 10 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on HumAIn Podcast

"A feeling about them get. It's not it's not going that fast but it really is if you pay attention if you if you look at the different technologies being expanded. It's a lot. I don't have a better answer. The sunda i mean. I think that is so perfect. Because at the onset of our show today we were talking about. Get hub. Branching in how software branches in two different versions. I mean looking at how stock fish and the core engineers a play. Magnus have developed new technology to see the direction of ai. What we're seeing with all these hardware and software products today. You mentioned philippe playstation five. Which is coming out. We know the samsung galaxy s twenty. Ultra the iphone. Twelve even the unreal. Engine five. I mean all this technology is accelerating at such a fascinating clip and i think part of those trends is collaborative science publications. No longer are we at the level where it takes twelve months two years to get published and c. research over the loan. We've seen what it's like thousands. I saw the number somewhere. Eighty thousand papers around kovin. Who knows if they're all valid but the point is there's so much research accelerating and that's leading to us a world. I think that's gonna be humans augmented by machines. Whether it's you know playing chess whether it's wearing a device to detect type two diabetes so that you don't get kovin by no. At least in new york we saw some statistics some early indicators that about twenty five percent of the people who have died from covid are type two diabetic. It's so shocking that this is a big problem in the world and we can do something about it. Then thank these. Problems are shouldn't be a problem. One company is solving by themselves. Of course they could be developing a product other but it's We need to become more connected on these things especially on on that. And i think we've with covid nineteen we we've actually seen the on. People are starting to stand up. Collaboration across a huge distance assists. Not it's the same like if you if you have an office in new york and also it doesn't matter if you have fifty people and also fifty and in new york. You're you're a hundred people. That's the size of your company. So yeah i think Collaboration of course is important throughout the evolution of human beings or like history. It's always an They're more and more people collaborating. So start with tribes and than small cities. I'm doing this quite fast And then you have countries and continents. And i think at some point that would just global like pure global collaborations especially on science knows borders on full transparency with that specially wiki with the common goals of the thing all diseases which i think will happen at some point. The of course viruses are it. Will it will happen. it's doable. It's not the possible tasks to execute on a as. I said when we do that it will be more about which i also think is important. Allow people die of aids on. It's proven that it's dying of aids. Not something that needs to happen. Grading south on your whole body is not something that needs to die eventually as or to get get deprecated basically so i i think also will eventually come not sure when but there's a lot of people working on that so might be faster than we think absolutely. It's the simulation that we're living in that many of us think is this world of covid but we're moving into post cove world very fast. That economies are reopening norway. It is business as usual in the new normal. The united states has been moving into its new normal gradually as well philippa. What call to action. Would you like to share with our listeners today. About the topics we've discussed and What you think is important for everyone to hear okay. There's so much i could say Stay healthy that's warm on the. I'm still remember to stay a bit more at home. Keep distances on all of that. I think that's important. Of course we were getting used to a stage where it's not dangerous before but the but still the you have other people's life on riskier if you're not careful that's number one but i also have General advice on. That's of course to try out a play magnusson and also magnus trading around all our apps the have fun with them. They're free suggest Play on found on c. Test is something for you if you've never played before you could. Trial minus trainer actually teaches your tests from the very beginning. You don't have to know how to move pieces to play so stay the play tests chess on whether it's on play magnus chest dot com or maybe participate in a tournament. Right with just twenty four. You could be in the next magnus invitational. It's incredible to see how we're bridging the gap of the digital and in real life world philippa long jay Ceo at solve oslo and cto play. Magnus thank you for joining us on. Humira thanks david. Thank you for listening to this episode of the humane podcast. What do you think did the show. Measure up to your thoughts on artificial intelligence data sites future work and develop education listeners. I wanna hear from you. So i can offer you the most relevant trendsetting and educational content on the market. You can reach me directly by e-mail david humane podcasts. Dot com remember to share up so with a friend subscribe and leave a review on your preferred podcasting apps and tune into more episodes of humane..

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"magnus" Discussed on HumAIn Podcast

HumAIn Podcast

08:39 min | 10 months ago

"magnus" Discussed on HumAIn Podcast

"Welcome back to the humane podcast listeners. Today on the show we have the cto of play. Magnus in the ceo of solve. Oslo philippi. long. I'm super excited to engage in conversation today because many of you know as a data scientist chess is one of the big sports in the world that we love to learn about not only with coding but playing staying mentally active and back in two thousand sixteen. I attended the five world chess tournament in new york city and got to see firsthand behind the glass. Magnus carlsen play against another world grand master and little. Did we know at the time but philippi was there and we didn't meet yet but here we are today learning about everything not only in the world of chess but also an a. and m. l. in what you're doing with startups. Oh phillipa. thanks for joining us on the show. Thanks cited looking forward to this. I mean we've been emailing for a long time but the now we're finally here on on Leaf i'm to just kick off an talk about all these things that you mentioned. You had a lot there on introduction about the i two roles basically i as a co and solve all slow where we do product development consulting. We have a focus on that machine learning and those a bit on metex but at the same time also. Cto that magnus on. It's kind of funny. Offices are strategically located the same floor the same building. So i have this Double agent life running back and forth between the offices but now with the corona situation the only positive thing about this whole the spectacle list. I can actually work from home on the then. It's kind of easy to switch context. But of course that's doesn't mean it's you know it's we're seeing with coronavirus or cova nineteen that life's become digital first and it's we must have these digital twins like you mentioned you had your impersonal office for the ventures that you're growing but everything's gone digital and it's amazing to see like in the history you've been involved with play. Magnus i mean it's gone from you know. Magnus carlsen world champion to this app. Where anyone like myself can learn and practice and learn from the great to an out that's even built in data science ai. as well. i'd love to hear about your journey with the team and the app how that's evolved over the years. Yeah this started back in two twenty thirteen actually so it was set quite cutting edge. It was quite an ambition back them so it was magnus carlsen himself on his father kind of they wanted to enter the digital space. And then do something with this browns illing. Basically but their vision was to use tests fun tool to make the world smarter place on the other the first ideas or not the the best wants it was having with the minus causes face on it. Unfortunately they were Objections against that done on. Now you can see. We've made the johnson on the recent being up. That's a good way to spread your brand to create awareness and also to spread joy. I mean it's actually. I hope people find these apps fun. I would rather see my kids playing tests on their phone. Them on other mega shouldn't mention specifics. Other games a general. On the yeah. I do believe the chess can make the world a smarter place. I mean it's a it's all proven yet. Actually up tests has an effect on your intelligence that you becoming more intelligence by plane tests but the dirt at least correlation between intelligent people on tests. So if you pick a random player there's a higher probability that the chess player is more intelligent than random person in general so there's definitely a correlation but we don't know if one leads the other directly always smart people want to play tests. Might be bats as well. Anyway it's a practice for brain activity. That's for sure on word is This i was right there. You have the if you're if you all right this too high you get the warning on. Its never trigger apart from when i spent some time of the test club. I was playing this list done. It's actually figure so it's sports on it's A lot of brain activity going on. Find it Two to work looks back to the story. I'm this on branching off here so back to story aso. We found out that We're going to do on. That would be a good start at the moment. That was a was a company with one person. I wasn't higher there. They went to a consulting company. I was working in consulting company with the innovation stuff. When i heard about the project i just left. All the products were working on on on just focused on on play minus and we created the in two months. Actually was a heck of a Marathon code monkey period were. We didn't know where we're going. It was just that we just did something that was a nice experience Of course the code now is is not the readable but the but we're working on refactoring thing. Yes so that was the first already there. We have a place like magnus. This is interesting in the company and play minus two developer. Steph were hired early on after the ceo. It was mia fulltime. And then we also hired the Won't stop part time. He he has actually developed the first iteration of stock ish so he developed this Which like an early version of stock fish it will say code and then it branched off to stock fish so we have this Sophisticated the early version of sufficiently. We can use Sluggish because it's not open source matassa open source license which we Put into the foot. We used this earlier thracian on we modified it to be able to emulate minus display. I'm really And not letting you talk david so i'm not sure if you just take a break so you can. You can say something on the. This is super fun to learn. I mean everything that. I'm hearing so far. It you're sharing philippi. Is that to make the world a smarter place it starts with seeing where are the challenges with humans and we like mentally challenging tasks and by we i mean dave scientists and people who like code and math and you know in my early days of learning i was playing with poker and you know blackjack card games and realizing the memory palaces is so essential for understanding patterns and that behavior that is repeating over time and it sounds like the work that you've done with your core engine years and the the branching of stock fish we talk about and code all the time with get and version control all products ranch in different directions based on the big inspiration in. Sounds like that big inspiration was building an app that plays like magnus and it's helped a lot of players you know upskill themselves to get to a new level but then also to be inspired that you know. Should we be spending all our time playing words with friends and angry birds but you know maybe. There is something more especially during times like kobe right. What can we be spending our time to learn new skills and pick up that craft. It's incredible to see that you know what you've built has evolved from two thousand thirteen to now this whole series of apps in this whole like empire if you will that has expanded with the magnus brand. I think you touched on something there that i want to elaborate the bits on them yes. We were very thorough with making.

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Presidential Candidates Hone In On Battleground States

WBZ Morning News

01:53 min | 11 months ago

Presidential Candidates Hone In On Battleground States

"So just two days to go until Election day and the two presidential candidates rushing around the country focusing on battleground states that could tip the balance in their favour. Joe Biden, campaigning with former President Barack Obama over the weekend, CBS's Adam Brewster in Detroit Democratic nominee Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama United on the campaign trail for the first time in 2020 on Saturday. The former president and vice president made three stops in the battleground state of Michigan. Mr. Obama won Michigan in 2008 and 2012 by significant margins, but President Trump carried the state four years ago. Polls have shown by him with a lead in Michigan. Biden will spend today campaigning in Pennsylvania. And he will be there again tomorrow. Joined by vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris. She will make appearances today in Georgia and North Carolina. Former President Obama will campaign for Biden tomorrow in Atlanta and in South Florida. President Trump held multiple rallies in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania yesterday, focusing on big gatherings. In smaller cities. CBS News Campaign reporter Zachary who'd act President, Trump said he signed an executive order that would protect Pennsylvania's Fracked industry while he was was in in route route to to the the States, States, Butler Butler County County for for a a rally. rally. The The president president has has frequently frequently said said former former vice vice President President Joe Joe Biden Biden would would destroy destroy the the natural natural gas gas industry industry that that bolstered bolstered Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's economy. Magnus said Fracking is not going to be on the chopping block for President Trump points at times, Biden spoke differently about it in the primary president's trip with four stops across the state, the last minute attempt to build support in his strongest areas as he trails of Pennsylvania polls in this last stretch, stretch, the the president president will will be be holding holding 14 14 rallies rallies between between Friday Friday and and today. today. He'll He'll hold hold rallies rallies today today in in five five different different states. states. Michigan, Michigan, Iowa, Iowa, North North Carolina, Georgia. And Florida. It is

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How GM Built A Car For The Moon

Past Gas

04:00 min | 1 year ago

How GM Built A Car For The Moon

"Before mankind got so much as a sputnik into space, we were already dreaming of what cars would look like on the moon and other planets and the one thousand nine, hundred, fifty s Collier's magazine profiled german-born American rocket scientists, Verner von Braun full name and Verner Magnus. Maximilian Freiherr von Braun. and his Astro Utopian Masterplans for America to explore and colonize the galaxy. The articles were here in one thousand, nine, hundred, fifty style hype with scenes featuring the swaggering title man will conquer space soon. So soon, one of the articles imagined moon exploration that made use of free surface vehicles quote tank like cars equipped with Caterpillar Treads for mobility over the Moon's rough surface power is provided by an enclosed turbine driven by a combustion of hydrogen peroxide and fuel. Oil The vehicle was twenty five miles an hour on flat ground. Since gravity on the moon was only one eighth of that on Earth von Braun poetically pictured the space cars would be followed by a quote spray of dust, which settles almost immediately like a bow wave on a motorboat. That's pretty that's cool image that's visual to imagine the tractors. Each weighing ten tons would drag three trailers, a piece of gear and personnel in preparation for a six-week expiration involving fifty crew members. Crazy I love this sort of like blue sky kind of speculation. Yeah that's why Popular Science was one of my favorite magazines as a kid 'cause they always had like crazy tack on the cover and like all this speculation as to what it would be able to do and I don't think much of that has come to fruition. Maybe maybe less impressive but equally important ways. I. There is a shift in what we focused on and now much of the focus of technologies just collecting our data. So we can. That's a fair point. He sold things. It's like we're not focused on like space cars or. Travel are like we don't have like a passenger jet that breaks the speed of sound anymore but. They know what adds to give me and they know how how often I leave my house? Yeah. I keep getting served ads for crocs. I've been looking at them. I would I. I love him. I love mine. I had served that I really agree with because I was a hold out for a long time and I was like crops are dumb and then once I finally gave in to crocs, it was one of the best days. So yeah, there's a the the six week exploration involving crew members. That's a lot of dudes. Like like. I've mentioned going to space before and like like it's always three people you know. Let's what it feels like. It'll be sick to be up in space with fifty people. That'd be more. More, fun. I think there's a lot of that like there's like a a segment of sci-fi where it's like there's only four people in the space craft in one of them is a killer. Yeah. But like I feel that scenario would be a lot harder to posit when there's fifty people. That isn't that the premise of Jason X. where he goes to space I it sounds like something that would do. Yeah. They'd. Like they're like. I think it's the guy with. Hockey masks. Eight foot tall. Can't be too sure. Don't want to jump to any conclusion. Anyway an article in the series entitled Can we get to Mars imagine a similar scenario with tank like space tractors that would drive the living quarters on the surface of Mars this time traveling from a pole of the planet, all the way to the equator. Pretty Fun in

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Alexander of Hales

5 Minutes in Church History

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Alexander of Hales

"On this episode of five minutes in Church history, we are talking about Alexander of Hales a medieval theologian. The first question is, where is hails will hails is in the West Midlands of England. The word itself means a Nook or a remote valley in this was a place that was a remote valley at the time of Alexander. The population of this sleepy little Berg was south of five hundred people. So now that we know where hails is who is Alexander. Well, he was born in eleven eighty five actually we're not quite exactly sure when he was born dates range from eleven eighty to eleven eighty six but we seem to settle on the date eleven eighty five. There is very little else known about his childhood we assume that his family was wealthy because he was sent off to the University of Paris to study in that was not something that everyone did. So we assume that his family had some means an off he went to Paris. His time at Paris. He held a number of church positions and titles but largely, he was a teacher at the University of Paris. He did become Franciscan monk in twelve thirty six and he would die in Paris in twelve, forty five. So. What did he do? Well, he was significant and bringing aristotle into the discussion of theology. Now, when we talk about this, we talk about all of the as that are involved and that is the first letter of the names of all of these people seems to begin with an a or there's no himself. Of course. Then there's arrows he was the Muslim scholar who translated aristotle from the Greek into Latin for all these medieval lists to be able to read study. There's Alberta's Magnus Albert the great another Great Faculty member at the University of Paris and he was the teacher of the final a a coyness. Thomas. Aquinas. Well, into that bunch of as we must throw Alexander he actually preceded Albertus magnus and he was the first to. The lectures and the theological lectures in particular around to aristotle and to use aristotle and his method, and even some of Aristotle's Tom's. As an aide and as a help to teach algae was Alexander of Hales that we see as the founder of the father of scholasticism and one of his published works was his own Suma Taylor. Of course, we talk about Thomas Acquaintances Suma but Alexander had one to his sumo was not finished at the time of his death and many others added to it in fact about seven years after he died. His book was still being added to one person said of Alexander's Suma that it was as heavy as a horse. Now, I'm sure there are some hyperbole there, but it was a massive tome. So we have his big book in his use of Aristotle but the other thing that makes him interesting is that he participated in these public university wide debates and he participated in famous one that spanned over three days. Now. Presumably, let's hope that they would take breaks from time to time. But this was a debate that spanned three days and anyone students. Faculty citizens of Paris could ask any question of the master and the master would have to feel it. And Alexander of Hales withstood three long days of this debate. That's how you earned the Latin title Doctor, Irre- FRAG analysis which we translate as the air refutable teacher. So he was unable to be refuted during those three days of debates. He also earned the title Doctor Doc two-room, which translated means the teacher of teachers. So this is Alexander of Hales that small village and mid western England and he made it all the way to the University of Paris as the Medieval, theologian? Alexander of Hales.

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Foods to Help Kids Focus

Dishing Up Nutrition

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Foods to Help Kids Focus

"Good morning, everyone, and welcome to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness. Currently, kids are back at school already didn't the summer fly by WHO Know Carolina did it summer started in March? Yes Whether. It is full time or part time in person or because of the corona virus this year, maybe your kids have taken over your dining room table threesome champion a little bit more every room. Right whatever way your kids are attending school. This year brings some very much extra challenges for both students and for the parents. So we believe it is even more important to feed your kids foods that will help them focus and learn. Yes. That is so true whether your student is in college or kindergarten food counts when you want them to have good brain power. Well Good morning everyone I am Caroline Hudson and as a Dietitian I am constantly reading and learning about how I can improve my own nutritional counseling skills. So I can help my clam clients both young and, of course, old I. Want them to feel better do better and I understand how food helps build memory and focus in children adults, and of course, even in our seniors joining me today in studio is registered and licensed. Dietitian Theresa Wagner, who is living through this unique back the school journey with her three children ages eleven nine and six and April. Actually it was. Oh Yeah. It was April right TREASA. You wrote that great blog about the challenges as a parent who is trying her best to feed her kids, healthy meals and snacks throughout. Every day right. Beside loved your line in your blog about. Quote Mom Guilt Magnus don't have that out there. I mean moms out there I think everybody's saying. We sure do whether it's about food or anything I. Think we're guilty. or at least we feel that way. Yes but I have been debt registered Dietitian. Let's see here for the past twelve years and I know this because I remember passing the RDA exam when I was very pregnant with my son my first child. So over the years I think I have had. A lot of experience just trying to feed my kids healthy foods. Yeah well, however when The order came to stay at home. What happened I was constantly hearing I'm hungry. What can I have for a snack? It's amazing at how much and how often my kids wanted to eat to be honest at first I was able to manage the situation on how often my kids wanted to eat but I have to admit that after a while I just threw up my hands in food exhaustion exhaustion and just started to say, yes to whatever they wanted to eat. Now remember I'm a Dietitian and food is very important to me. So I wasn't feeling very good about what they were choosing to eat. Yes. In the short term, I found it was easier to just let my kids eat whatever they wanted but I knew that it was not what I wanted for my kids over the long term. and. Just like any parent listening I, want to feed my kids food supports their body and their brain and as reality of this Cova situation set in I realized that we're all in the same position and we could be for many more months. So I came up with three simple insights to motivate myself and hopefully others to make good food choices a bigger priority and again. I'll share some of these insights with you in hopes that they can help you. The one of the first insights I had was. I want to see my kids healthy foods because they build strong bodies, well-functioning brains, and disease resistant immune systems. All very important reasons absolutely Ashley Right now especially right now that immune support immune systems, you have to have a really strong immune system right now, right because if we come in contact with that virus, we want to be able to fight it off or if we get it, we wanna be able to not have horrible symptoms are. Horrible reaction exactly The second insight, poor food choices like processed foods equal. Poor Focus and poor concentration. Frankly, now that I've been forced into a new role as a Teacher's assistant. A role that I'm not super excited about. I don't want learning for my kids to be more difficult for them, which in turn would make my job more difficult. But most importantly, I want learning to be fun exciting meaningful challenging. Yes. But not difficult. So that was my second insight. And third maybe the most important in the short term and kind of looking through my parenting I as poor food choices leads to poor behavior

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General Motors unveiled the Cadillac Lyriq crossover

CNBC's Fast Money

03:44 min | 1 year ago

General Motors unveiled the Cadillac Lyriq crossover

"Trying to capitalize on the red hide electric vehicle market with an all new ev crossover. Let's get to fill Abo-. He's got all the details hey phil. Hey Melissa. This has been in the works for some time and General Motors has made it clear. Cadillac will be the brand that will lead all of its major technology push into electric vehicles over the next several years. So with that in mind last night, they gave us a first look and here it is the new Cadillac Lyric, which is a mid size crossover utility vehicle. This is pretty close to what it's GonNa look like when it ultimately comes out in a few years when you look at the lyric keep in mind that they're saying that. The range will be at least three, hundred miles and the inside has just phenomenal appearance in terms of what it will do with the heads up, display the panel in the front in front of what they call the cockpit behind the instrument, the instrument panel behind the steering wheel it looks fantastic but keep in mind. This is a vehicle that we will not see until twenty, twenty two. That's because they have to build out charging infrastructure around the country. They're not even saying, Hey, we don't know exactly how much of a charge you're going to get with. A quick charge let's over twenty or thirty minutes but the goal here is to become much more competitive and ultimately beat Tesla. Yes. General Motors believes that it can be Tesla if they're gonNA do that they better win in California that is the number one ev market in this country take a look at sales last year we're just showing brand sales here between Tesla and Cadillac, and when you compare the two no comparison at all that is Tesla's biggest market and they're doing quite well there you go. Seventy, two, thousand last year were sales of tests in. California Cadillac little over eleven thousand, they've got their work cut out for them and certainly have their work cut out in terms of catching up to them when it comes to market cap tesla's market cap more than seven times bigger than General Motors in one other piece of Ev Related News. We've been talking about spanks Melissa. You've got fisker, which is what about three weeks ago there was a SPEC that was announced that fisker will ultimately go public through. Well, today they announced that this car, the ocean ev will be built by Magnus tear at Magnus tears. Facility over in Europe we should be clear here. They did not announce that our sources tell us that we reached out to the company. They say they have no comment at this time, but the bottom line is this Melissa everybody wants to get into this space, but we're not going to see a big flutter flurry of these vehicles for at least a couple of years. Thanks, Philibeaux. Bond when I'm not quite sure what the strategy is for releasing the specs of a cool looking car that won't be on the market at all until two, thousand, twenty, two I don't know if people are going to hold off and say, I'm GonNa wait for that Cadillac lyric and not by my tests because the lyrics going to come out and twenty, twenty two. I. Don't know what do you think? Yeah. Patience is a virtue but not not when you have somewhere to be so listen conceptually I do think it makes sense for for Cadillac they've been trying to shift their demographic for years. Now I think they've had a storied past of being a large boxy car I mean you think of an older generation and they've they've gradually typically captain gradually shifted that demographic but that's just it's a concept we're talking about latter half twenty, twenty, two, I mean, what does the consumer demand look like what is the infrastructure look like and then what other technological developments have been made by Tesla and other competitors by the time they're actually able to bring this thing to market. I also thought it was interesting that they had already pegged price in the seventy thousand dollar range. We don't know if that's really going to be an ethical applicable price point two years out. So again, think it's a great headline tension grab her nights in.

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Woman found alive after falling out of a boat in Seattle area lake

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Woman found alive after falling out of a boat in Seattle area lake

"Even though she fell out of a boat last night on Lake Washington near Magnus and Park almost Kelly Koopmans tells us a fire department search team found her around midnight. She had been treading water for more than an hour. We were able to take the cell phone. From the boat that was circling in the water, the private boat that was looking for her take that location related to our fireboat. And so that helped us pinpoint the specific area and get there quicker. Our news team was there as she walked from the rescue boat to the landing area. Seattle fire says she refused to transport to the hospital. She is said to be OK. There is a proposal to close the

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Yannick Noah Interview

The Tennis Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Yannick Noah Interview

"We've had a week off and. Has Gone to get his haircuts. Catherine's been hanging out with Magnus. The dog I've been stressing about my football team west from job in as they try to throw promotion away. That may or may not mean something to you, and we will be back with tennis podcasts over the coming weeks and months altogether chat in as we normally do, but today we have a very very special interview with the French Open champion of nineteen eighty-three, the world's number three as his highest ranking, but that really doesn't tell the story of Yannick who is unquestionably the coolest man I have ever met Davis Cup winning captain. Three Times Fed Cup winning captain as well and had a hugely successful music career. Once his tennis stays had come to an end I had the chance to meet him just over twenty years ago when he joined the champions tour. Tour retired players who just traveled to will played matches against one another him and John McEnroe and beyond bog, and all these greats of the game, and just got to know him a little bit at that time. He was always suggest to me. I haven't seen him for about ten years, but I managed to get in contact with him through a couple of other people when we were researching and trying to set up interviews full at tennis, relived series, particularly the French Open, so that we could tell that story, and you'll have heard an excerpt perhaps of this interview when we covered his run to that nineteen, eighty three French Open title, but the entire interview. It's just joy, and it will improve your mood, and if you do enjoy the into you tell your friends family, let your social media, and what's that group's now about it because it will just leave them happier than when they started listening to. It has Yannick Noah. I'd like to go right back to the beginning of your of your career, and even before your career and the reason for your career and. I believe a meeting with Arthur Ashe. Yep Absolutely. Our used to leave the group in Cameroon, Africa and We were I was playing detail club tennis was. Not, very, big in Cameroon in the whole country, back nine court, so to play tennis was very privilege radio privilege so. so we used to go to the club at night, but at that time my parents couldn't afford a racket in one day. When I heard that? Some Americans were coming to the club saw. Americans you know so. So Marty Riessen Charlie Pasarell, Tom, ochre, and Arthur Ashe where doing tour in Africa. And they happen to play one day my club. During the clinic they decide. They played with the kids. And I played with Sir and Liked what he saw. I was slim press. You know he was my heroes. At the end of the clinic gave me a racket is racket. Head competition that worth like. Probably Probably what my parents would making every month. and it was you know it was like a dream for me to meeting. Dr Racket Sonya poster. Saying To Yannick I hope I'll see one that. So that was very funny. But the next thing that happened is after this story went to the French Open and he talked to shut. It was the president of the Federation. I told him that he was a little kid was playing. Or was in French. Speaking. Country and And I I. The scholarship came to friends because of author I played in niece for few years. And? The first time I played in Wimbledon That was nine years after we met was in Wimbledon because as for wild card. That was accepted and we play doubles on center court. So that was a beautiful story, so yes, the so mean Africa. And he was a big part of my story. Because and after that you know. For some reason, he was always like you know. Not Too far helping me when I was younger growing up, and then you know played with him at Wimbledon, the first tournament. Back in the days. It was called Super Seris. I was playing Richmond Virginia where he was born. And that was the first tournament I one. Super Series and As I was you know going through the tournament semifinal quarterfinals? Semifinals Playing Roscoe Tanner and these gentlemen comes into locker room sold demand. It comes. It goes Yanic if you win. Arthur is coming tomorrow SEO really worrisome. Is Dad. So that was that was something I beat Roscoe and An author flew to Richmond I played Yvonne in the finals. Won The won. It and Arthur gave me the cup in his hometown, so that was really special.

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The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

ESPN Daily

05:32 min | 1 year ago

The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

"I. How did you get on the chess? Beat in the first place? So I get really interested in these really need sports that. People are super invested in Ashwari. Kumar is an international features writer for Espn Lake if you're going to which. Of People Are Watching these chess tournaments that you wouldn't even know where that's happening in. Iceland. Or Finland, and so I had this curiosity so I was thinking so Bobby Fisher was such a huge part of chests in the US what Ron Labor is tennis. What Jack Nicklaus's to golf? That's what Bobby Fischer is to chess. Bobby Fisher of the United States will finally meet Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union in Belgrade Yugoslavia, but the chess championship of the world plus a purse of one, hundred, thirty, eight, thousand five hundred dollars, the richest prize for a head-to-head confrontation in any sport, but boxing. So who is the next Bobby Fisher? So I went to Saint Louis last year to sort of figure out what is going on in the chess world, so saint Louis has sort of become this chess capital of the country. Let's start with the basics here. What is a chess grandmaster? And what does it take to become one? Usually what happens? Is this International Chess Federation F. And they have this point systems so chessplayers. Lead different tournaments in accumulate these spines that. Gets them to a certain level of expertise, and they are then title the grandmaster, which is in fact, the highest I do that. A chess player can be awarded by International Chess Federation usually these. Players between the age of ten and fourteen, and so they go through these rigorous tournaments one after the other parents take them all over the world. And the get the title by around thirteen fourteen, and then they start to perfect the art of being perfect, just player. So you mentioned Bobby Fisher. Who is probably the most famous chess player all time? Actually is definitely the most famous chess player of all time. Who are the stars of the field today? The poster by of chess is at the moment Magnus Carlsen. Calzon is the best in the world. The youngest number one ever and no one can explain to you how he does what he does. It seems to come from another world, which is why he's become known as the Mozart of chess. He's from Norway. He sort of had this. Has this bad boy live to him? He's like interesting. He'll drop these nuggets about other players. You make jokes about his opponents. He talks trash social chicken. How do you not? He's GonNa do the same. Yeah the lack of comas is astounding. And quite disappointing. He talks acts. Yeah for sure sorta like that kind of Worcester wise. He's called the golden boy of chess. And then this. Is. Bobby Ana crew art, there's this Chinese grandmaster Ding Laren and then USA's Wesley so and Kara Nakimora. Really Good Armenia has live on Romanian so these are some of like the famous players at the moment that go up against each other all the time. So I the grandmaster that you decided to focus on with your story, the one who lives in Saint Louis is actually Italian. His name is Fabiano Caruana. Who is in? How did he get here? Fabiano Caruana is the number two seed in the world. He's an Italian American chess grandmaster. He became a grandmaster at fourteen years of age, fourteen years, eleven, months, and twenty eight to be exact, and he at that time was the youngest grandmaster in the history of Italy in the United States. E was sort of beg to be the next big thing in in US chess and he came back now. He has an apartment in Saint Louis. He lives there and he sort of boot. BOOT his life from scratch, and he was never like the big personality like Norris Magnus columnist. He's the guy that will is very chill loves video games and let us work to the talk to his justice stories about that call in the next Bobby Fisher like the next big thing. He's the one person that can actually dig down. Magnus, Carlsen in the world championship and become the next world champion. So what does? Chess match in a grand masters tournament. Actually look like. How does it play out? Okay so two grandmasters shake each other's hands. sit down across from each other is chessboard. This o'clock next to them that the are constantly looking at. This goes on for at least six hours right every day, and so during these six hours, the brain has to have most oxygen supply. Which means your heart is functioning three times faster than on any given. And because of that sustained higher blood pressure, and sustained higher level of activity by the heart and the rain, the body goes through intense physical. Energy lost during. A chess game that lasts six to seven to sometimes eat hours said.

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After a full month of protests, demonstrators bring march to Seattle mayor’s neighborhood

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

After a full month of protests, demonstrators bring march to Seattle mayor’s neighborhood

"Month of demonstrations and protest hundreds of people marched Sunday into the neighborhood where Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan lives there, demanding major cuts to the budget for Seattle police and calling on Durkin to resign. Comas. Carleen Johnson has the details. There were a couple of groups marching Sunday, one started at Magnus in Park near the apartment where Charlie the Lyles of lived when she was shot by police. Three years ago. The other group was marching near you job they met up Ended up on the street that organizer's believed to be where Seattle mayor Jenny Jerkin lived. Her address is not listed because she's a former U. S attorney wasn't clear how organizer's determined where she lived. Her spokesman said. She was not even home last night. Calls for her resignation began earlier this month when protesters took over City Hall.

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"magnus" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"magnus" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Magnus if you miss prince, this is probably the best way to go outside of tapping into the prince archives to get a prince fix. She had a friendship with prince and was was greatly inspired by him for this record. But it's accompanied by these gorgeous videos that really hammer home just what a bold and odd Atias collection of kind of joyous jams and queer anthems this album is it was interesting to me to watch these videos, and here that record and also watch the videos and here the record of the debut album by Thira wack now when we had Rodney Carmichael on the show back in March for our south by south west episode. He was singing the praises of are wack who went on to have a huge year as Rodney kind of predicted. And she made this album called wack world. It is fifteen minutes long fifteen songs, sixty seconds each. Laws. Found mile away. Kill canot say you too. I told PS, and it is accompanied by a fifteen and a half or so minute video that you can watch on YouTube for free with all fifteen of those songs accompanied by these beautiful and weird and audacious and arty videos. Both of those albums are so good. And so interesting and just shot through with idea after idea after it's wonderful to see them accompanied by these videos that hammer so much of that home. We're seeing more and more in the realm of visual albums that are using the platform of YouTube in particular or video or whatever your video platform of choices to enhance what you're getting in an album, and you saw this obviously like with beyond say's lemonade where it is a great album, but it is also a great collection of videos, and so you're seeing more and more artists taking full advantage of the media at their disposal. You know? And so to have it happened with Jonah whose. Kind of a juggernaut at this point. She's nominated for album of the year this album was all over all the critics top ten lists and whatnot. But also seeing it with this young artist here a wack who's coming up still showing everybody who she is. And how much she has to show the world. It's just very exciting. It's just an exciting development in music. I keep coming back to kind of the this is the thing. I'm excited about about the future of pop culture. This is the thing I'm excited about about the future of music is just seeing artists. Find ways to make it bigger and bolder and more multidimensional and multi-platform very nice. Thank you very much. Stephen.

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"magnus" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"magnus" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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