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How Virgil Abloh Is Lifting Up Fashions Next Generation Of Creatives
"It's good to see you in Snow choke chicago. Likewise tim could see as well. So i have been immersed in imaginary tv the last day. And it's interesting. We were just talking a little while ago that The difference set this year is made to everybody living under the shroud of a pandemic and imaginary. Tv would not have happened with that this last year. Would it now not not in the slightest. And i think what marks the time is obviously like a pandemic has run through our previously existing life right and in response to that i as a participant in the fashion industry wanted to use the time to sort of be thoughtful but also sort of give an optimistic sort of trajectory to these like very uncertain times. And so you know. Fashion shows are a mainstay important. Part of our artistry in the industry itself and so i took a step back and thought like what's the right construct to show off white developments. I hadn't shown in a year basically so all the collections that i had been working on all the the sort of like introspective. Nece about what off-white means. Why's it important. Why does it have to exist. I could pour into a construct not pour into a seven minute fashion show. You've very deliberately. I mean the notion of of creating a new tv network in a way and then giving people a menu so they can choose what they want to watch is. It's one of those ideas that seems so simple leads. You wonder why nobody else it but on the other hand it's one of those ideas it so simple. Nobody ever thinks about it but it feels to me very much like it. It's very responsive to the moment that in with imaginary tv as you launch off white collection which is the subtext so also white is present. You celebrate solitude in in various various films that you that you present. It's all about people doing things on their own doing creative and a beautiful things. Which i found because i'm in a state of mind right now. My little bit depressed by by the situation. Now it has kind of got to me. I find that very inspiring and reassuring and i wondered if that was deliberate that you have you have all these people doing beautiful sultry thing. Yeah now definitely that stems from reading the room right like it stems from being at one with the solitude myself you know i was like i was racking up the global travel miles every meeting. I would just agree to and then figuring out how to be there. You know work. A holic is definitely a in my sort of category of of like operation. But you know like inputting ideas into culture into the world you have to read the room and understand the ecosystem that we're all living in right now and you know solitude is something that you can run away from. It's something that you can gloss over you know we're in social media era right so you can post things or you can move at the speed of instagram. Which is very fast. But instead i thought like this is the time to sort of turn the page right you know and also known for that like that. Vibrant millennial spirit. That's running consuming and moving fast and i decided to turn the page for off white to say slow content meaningful content might not sound bite editing. Just to sort of be in the site geist is okay because i say it's okay instead of adopting to the pace that the world is existing. It's like someone has to turn the page and so imaginary. Tv is slow. It doesn't fit on instagram. In a way. It's a as you know i could. I like have a run on sentence problem but basically all the ideas and the inquisition and the thoughtfulness that goes into off white is is better suited for a platform where those that are interested can sort of just research and spend time with content and feeling like i have to get in and get out. Because that's the that's the metric. That engagement says is the
Fresh "seven minutes" from Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller
"All your residential and commercial construction needs. Visit Professional construction Inc dot com. Certain wrap up the Friday morning rush hour, Debbie last year. How are things looking on the freeways? Well, it's actually not too bad or freeway systems looking pretty good east and westbound 94 17 minutes to get from Highway 16 into downtown North bound 41 is getting a little bit heavier, heading up from the Jupiter Change up past Watertown Plank Road. Just be careful as you're heading past that point. We've also got South down 43 brown hair red to the market and about a 12 minute rides that's nice and quiet. 43 94 north found latent avenue into downtown will be seven minutes with traffic and weather together on the tents. Nebulas wtmj l a w dot com Time Saver Traffic WTMJ five day forecast today mostly sunny skies with highs in the low forties. As moving through tonight. We keep it mostly clear, with temperatures dropping into the mid twenties to start off your Saturday, but sunshine continues for Saturday a high near 40 degrees Sunday. Clouds in Greece in the afternoon high near 50 Monday, looking at partly cloudy skies high of 53 on Tuesday chance for showers Late in the day. A high of 55 I'm meteorologist Mercy Wallace in with the storm team forecast on WTMJ. 28 medicine. 30 in Green.
NASA releases extraordinary video of Mars landing
"Video from onboard cameras that captured last week's landing of the Mars Rover perseverance. The video was stunning, crystal clear, high def movies that captured the so called seven minutes of terror as the probe descends through the thin atmosphere to land on Mars. Nearly two dozen cameras were on the rover, but so were two microphones. They recorded the sound of a gentle breeze flowing over J zero Crater. The mikes are off the shelf store bought items that are not expected to survive the harsh atmosphere very long, but engineers hope they will exceed expectations. So far, everything else has. I'm
Fresh update on "seven minutes" discussed on Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller
"You want to go, Lynch. Meg wanna go? Nobody sells from this much. Traffic and weather together on the 10 3 still have that situation and Racine County going on debut last again. Yeah. Looks like at that intersection is gonna be blocked off a highway 20 and us 45 New York Bill, So just be careful around that you'll need to make your way around it. Otherwise the rest the system is looking okay. Eastern, Westbound 94 17 minutes to get from Highway 16 all the way to downtown on 41 south bound. That's going to be about 15 minutes. From highway Q to the zoo. That's gonna be 43 South. Bound them brown your road to the Marquette 12 Minutes of clear Right, then 43 94 North found Layton Avenue near downtown will be seven minutes, but traffic and weather together on the town's I'm nebulas ago. Wtmj paella wi dot com Time Saver Traffic WTMJ five day forecast today. Ah, High of 42 with plenty of sunshine. Tonight we fall into the mid twenties, looking at mostly clear skies tomorrow, looking at a high of 40 and plenty of sunshine continuing On Sunday. The clouds increase in the afternoon high of 50 Partly cloudy skies on Monday a high 53 on Tuesday High 56 with rain showers arriving late I'm meteorologist Mursal, Alison. With storm team forecast on WTMJ Medicine 24 Green Bay 25 Walking shot 21. It's 27 degrees in Milwaukee and wtmj. Sometimes serious 20 million doses could be available by the end of March..
NASA's Mars Perseverance Rover Provides First Audio Recording on Mars
"News for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. NASA is releasing video from onboard cameras that captured last week's landing of the Mars Rover named Perseverance. The video was stunning crystal clear, high def Movies that captured the so called seven minutes of terror as the probe descends through the thin atmosphere to land on Mars. Nearly two dozen cameras were on the rover, but so were two microphones. They recorded the sound of a gentle breeze flowing over J zero Crater. The mikes are off the shelf store bought items that are not expected to survive the harsh atmosphere very long, but engineers hope they will exceed expectations. So far, everything else has. I'm
Fresh "seven minutes" from Houston's Morning News
"Lone Star flying and Okay, man. Get that. Get that the Governor Abbott Ball, start wearing them. Wear it with pride. Y'all 5 51 time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught up on the drive Once again, Here's Julie the Harding. Not too bad out there on the roadways looks like removing outer above the posted speeds. If you're trying to travel on I 10 the East Freeway this morning and you're going from 6 10 into downtown. That's about a five minute trip to 88 right now, from about my card into downtown. That's about a 15 minute drive to 25 rolling right along from the Beltway to 6 10. That's gonna be seven minutes. I'm ju Lady Hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 Hour Traffic Center Crowbar ktrh John More services. 24 hour Weather Center. Conservative clouds 50% chance of a shower today looks like about 71. Mostly sunny near 74 tomorrow, pretty much the same forecast for Sunday on Lee a few less clubs. Completely sunny there 70 right now. 57 at your officials. Severe weather station news radio 7 40 ktrh. Let's get you caught up on our top trending stories on this Friday morning here, Shera. Good morning, Everyone is 5 52 now on NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh Partners in building Texan bank sponsors of this headlines. If your commute to work feels like it did before, Cove it well,.
Mars landing team 'awestruck' by photo of descending rover
"Out of this world images back from Mars, courtesy of the Perseverance Rover. The team at NASA sharing the crafts. First pictures of the Red Planet ABC is Geo Benitez has more dramatic new images from Mars like we've never seen before. The rover perseverance, sending back high definition color photos from the Red Planet. The most advanced robot ever sent into space hanging from its jet pack. You can see the dust kicked up by the rovers engines. We're probably about 2 M or so above the surface of Mars. Perseverance has 23 cameras on board the rover surviving those seven minutes of terror as it entered the Mars atmosphere Thursday, successfully landing in an ancient dried up late. That's unconfirmed this safely on the surface of more Thank you can soon for the first time, perseverance should allow us to hear sounds from the surface of Mars. Then yet another ambitious project. Perseverance will eventually unleash the first ever helicopter to fly on Mars ingenuity. This here is that helicopter. This is gonna be the first ever helicopter to fly on another planet. It is just £4 the images, capturing an extraordinary effort to search for signs of ancient life. For
Fresh update on "seven minutes" discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read
"Hello and welcome to episode number 447 of smart podcast trashy books. I'm Sarah Windle with me. Today is Amanda and Sarah J Maas. Yes, Sarah J. Maas is back nearly one year to the date from her last interview with us to talk about her new book a quart of silver Flames. We are going to talk about sexy times the magic romance house rage mental health and rereading books through the pandemic. There are so many little tiny Love Letters to romance inside a quart of silver Flames. So, of course we talked about the most lovely parts of being a romance reader too long. I want to send some special thanks to Elizabeth Manda Jennifer Rachel and Becca for their questions and to our patreon community your support helps make transcription of extra long episodes like this one possible. So thank you many of the Patriot community members told me that last year's episode was Sarah J. Maas was one that they have relived. Too because it was inspiring and comforting and firm and its support of Mental Health Care therapy and medication. This one is no different and we hope that it becomes one of your new favorites home. I do have a major trigger and content warning and about minute 4730 and do not worry. I've moved the mid role so that I will stop the podcast and I will tell you about what's going to happen. We talked about assault attempted assault and the resulting rage now the section is rather long. It's about forty seven minutes to 1 minute for but I will warn you before it happens and you can skip ahead about 15 minutes. I want to thank Sarah J Maas for hanging out with us and for being part of a conversation that is intimate and vulnerable and so very very welcome. This podcast episode is.
NASA's Perseverance rover survives "seven minutes of terror" to land on Mars
"Earlier today, the NASA rover perseverance became the ninth U. S spacecraft to successfully land on Mars speaking And pass a You can hear the sheer joy in their voices rightfully deserved. This has been a seven month trip for this rover to make its way out to Mars. Perseverance is to send today. Has been described by NASA as seven minutes of terror. Listen, this is a much flight controllers can only sit back and watch helplessly. They have no control over what's going to happen. The pre program spacecraft was designed to hit the thin Martian atmosphere at 12,100 miles an hour and then a parachute deployed and slowed it down before it touched down on the surface of so cool. Lots of great work involved by NASA. Here There is a local connection, too. By the way is M I T grad Al Chen was the one in charge of entry descent and landing for the perseverance Rover. 7 37 Vice President
"Touchdown confirmed!": NASA rover lands on Mars
"Breaking now the rover perseverance landing safely this afternoon on the Martian surface it took off from Cape Canaveral. At the end of July and traveled nearly 300 million miles until its landing this afternoon. Now the fifth NASA rover tow land on Mars the cheers inside Mission Control here at JPL touchdown has been confirmed on the surface of Mars. This is a very big moment here at JPL. So many years of work, perseverance safely on the surface. Seven months of travel descending through 2300 degrees of heat, he was called the seven Minutes of terror. It has done it now on the ground. By tonight, we could begin seeing new images from Mars. It also has microphones on board. It's recording the sounds of Mars will be able to hear those soon. Lot of relief and cheers here at JPL right now. BBC's Alex Stone reporting the New rover has landed in a basin where scientists think it was once home to a river Delta, and it might show evidence that life once existed on
NASA's Perseverance rover survives "seven minutes of terror" to land on Mars
"Landed successfully on the Red Planet ABC is Alex Stone is with NASA researchers in Pasadena, California who are celebrating The chairs inside Mission Control here at JPL touchdown has been confirmed on the surface of Mars. This is a very big moment here at JPL. So many years of work persevere in safely on the surface. Seven months of travel descending through 2300 degrees of heat. Was called the seven minutes of terror. It has done it now on the ground. By tonight, we could begin seeing new images from Mars. It also has microphones on board. It's recording the sounds of Mars will be able to hear those soon. Ah lot of relief and cheers here at JPL right now.
Perseverance rover set to land on Mars
"I'm Lisa Mullins at this very moment, and NASA spacecraft is about to go where No spacecraft has gone before the perseverance Rover is set to touch down in ancient crater on Mars. Scientists hope to find evidence of life beyond our planet Alexandria, which sea is correspondent for Nature magazine? She's watching along with us. And if you'd like to follow the mission's livestream, go to mars dot nasa dot gov. You can hear Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California in the background right now, acceleration. Alexandra, tell us what we're hearing right now in the background, and what's going on on Mars way are right in the middle of what's called the seven Minutes of terror, And what has just happened is the spacecraft that's been flying from Earth to Mars. Has entered the atmosphere slow down dramatically, and it is just deployed its parachute, which was a huge thing to get it to slow down and get it to land on the surface of Mars. Let's listen in to look at the surface car velocity. It's 145 M per second and an altitude of about And Klum, 9.5, kilometers above the surface. So you can hear it's coming in. It's it's on the way yes. It's on the way and you can see on the images on the Web site. Those who are in the banks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory are applauding. Is it still in the midst of this seven or now? Probably five minutes of terror, or does it look like we're free and clear? We've got about two minutes left to effort actually to go down. So what should be happening right now is that this spacecraft is being carried down beneath the parachute. It's slowing down. It's approaching the surface. Pretty soon it will detach. They'll be some thing called the Sky Crane will fire some rockets to slow it down and we should be on the ground, hopefully in
It's landing day on Mars! NASA's Perseverance rover will touch down on the Red Planet today
"Newest Mars rover named Perseverance is set to land on the Red Planet this afternoon. Starting an historic mission correspondent Chris Martinez looks at some of the ways perseverance will explore. It's a mission full of firsts. Part of what we're doing is kind of paving the way for human exploration. Gregory Volare is an engineer who spent years planning the riskiest moment of the Mars mission. The landing of seven minute white knuckle event all the way from the software into the hardware working. There's so many things happening in the seven minutes. That's why it's so nerve wrecking. And so we're all gonna be glued to their seats. Just hoping for the best on Mars, the car size robotic spacecraft will search for signs of long dead microscopic organisms that may have thrived on the planet billions of years ago. To do that Perseverance will drill into the ground, collecting Martian rock and dust samples. NASA hopes to one day return to earth if persevere and succeeds, It'll be the third visit to Mars this month. It's
NASA’s Perseverance Rover Scheduled to land on Mars Today
"Expected to land on the Red Planet in just a few hours, but first it has to land in what NASA calls the seven minutes of terror. ABC is Japanese. Has gonna battle of fiery 2300 degrees of heat on entry, and it has to do it all on its own, because there's a major delay of 12 minutes. The rover launched last July and has traveled 125 million miles. You're listening to ABC news.
NASA prepares to land Perseverance rover on Mars
"Today will determine the fate of NASA's perseverance. Mars Rover mission The Red Planet will have a new robot resident. If all goes well, and this morning a produce scientist is talking about what she calls the scariest moment of the mission. New Santana Mordo is here with more on what to expect in those seven minutes. Well, it's called the seven minutes of terror, describing the rovers entry descent and landing to Mars. Basically, it takes seven minutes for NASA's perseverance to go from the top of Mars atmosphere to the planet's ground. For the entire descent to general crater. The rover will have no help or commands from NASA's team on Earth. Perseverance will be plummeting to Mars at about 12,000 MPH and must slow down to zero in that seven minutes. The rover will use parachutes and retro rockets to help it will also use to rain, relevant navigation. Basically, that's mapping of the ground, determining where it's safest to land in real time. Purdue University associate professor of planetary science. Briony Horgan, dubbed the seven Minutes the scariest moment of the mission organ played a key role in the mission, and she and the NASA team of worked for this moment, saying it's crucial, but they say it's just the start Surviving
NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance landing
"NASA is getting ready to land a new rover on on Mars. Mars. This This week. week. It's It's called called perseverance. perseverance. The The landing landing will will be be streamlined streamlined live live Thursday. Thursday. And And in this in this NASA NASA video, video, several several of the of scientists the scientists working working on the on project the project explained explained why why they they call call the the landing landing seven seven minutes minutes of of terror terror way way come come screaming screaming in in to to the Martian the Martian atmosphere atmosphere at at 12 12 to to 13,000 13,000 MPH, MPH, and and the the Heat Heat shield shield is is what what dissipates dissipates all all that that initial initial energy energy through through friction. friction. Vehicle Vehicle will continue will continue actually actually flying flying itself itself through through the the atmosphere. atmosphere. It's sort It's sort of like of like transforming transforming vehicle vehicle that that one one from from spacecraft spacecraft now now come come on, on, aircraft aircraft actively actively guiding guiding itself itself when when we're going we're going slow slow enough, enough, we we deploy deploy a a parachute, parachute, biggest biggest supersonic supersonic parachute parachute we have we have ever ever sent. sent. Another Another planet. planet. It's It's critical critical for for slowing slowing down down the vehicle. the vehicle. First First appearances, appearances, entry entry descent descent and and landing landing borrows borrows heavily heavily from from that that of of curiosity, curiosity, But But fundamentally fundamentally perseverance perseverance is is a a different different rover. rover. She's She's bigger, bigger, she she has has different different instruments. instruments. We've We've out out of a of lot a lot of smarts of smarts on the on inside the inside to to make make it it more more capable capable so so that that it can it can deal deal with with the land the land site site that that we've we've given. given. The The science science team team identified identified just just real real creator creator as as basically basically an ancient an ancient lake lake bed bed and and one one of the of most the most promising promising places places to to look look for for evidence evidence of of ancient ancient microbial microbial life life and and to to collect collect samples samples for for future future returned returned to Earth. to Earth. The The problem problem is, is, it's it's a much a much more more hazardous hazardous place place to to land. land. You You look look adjust, adjust, bro. bro. All All you you see see is is dangerous. dangerous. How How do do we we go go to a to site a site that that we never we never thought thought was was safe safe enough enough to go to go to to before? before? Wow. Wow. I mean, I mean, I know I know a lot a lot of of it it is, is, you you know know it's it's going going in in on on its its own own accord, accord, and and the computer the computer is helping is helping to to land land it. it. That's That's gotta gotta be be nerve nerve racking racking to watch to watch that that it's it's that that seven seven minute minute period period where where it's it's kind kind of out of out of contact, of contact, and and they they really really don't don't know know if if it's it's gonna gonna make make it it or or not. not. If If everything's everything's working working correctly, correctly, I I find find it it fascinating fascinating that that they're they're landing landing specifically specifically at this at this place place called called Jez Jez zero zero Crater, Crater, which which is is a really a really difficult, difficult, dangerous dangerous place place the the land, land, but but that's that's where where they they think think the the best best science science will will happen. happen. They They think think that that there's there's more more possibility possibility of finding of finding the the existence existence of of Past Past life life on on Mars Mars at at that that spot, spot, and and so so can can you imagine you imagine the the conversations between the scientists? Why do you want? You know the guys that are in charge of landing? Why do you wanna land? There's all these cliffs and rocks and bad, so I don't know, But that's that's where the good stuff is. No, that bad stuff is. Well, I just I love that You could watch it live if you want to on Thursday and check it out in some of the first pictures, no doubt will be impressive. If you're interesting you go to mars dot nasa dot gov slash mars 2020 If you if you Google Mars 2020, you'll find it. Okay, Let's go to your Top national stories
NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance landing
"On Mars. This week. It's called perseverance. The landing will be streamlined live Thursday. And in this NASA video, several of the scientists working on the project explained why they call the landing seven minutes of terror way come screaming in to the Martian atmosphere at 12 to 13,000 MPH, and the Heat shield is what dissipates all that initial energy through friction. Vehicle will continue actually flying itself through the atmosphere. It's sort of like transforming vehicle that one from spacecraft now come on, aircraft actively guiding itself when we're going slow enough, we deploy a parachute, biggest supersonic parachute we have ever sent. Another planet. It's critical for slowing down the vehicle. First appearances, entry descent and landing borrows heavily from that of curiosity, But fundamentally perseverance is a different rover. She's bigger, she has different instruments. We've out of a lot of smarts on the inside to make it more capable so that it can deal with the land site that we've given. The science team identified just real creator as basically an ancient lake bed and one of the most promising places to look for evidence of ancient microbial life and to collect samples for future returned to Earth. The problem is, it's a much more hazardous place to land. You look adjust, bro. All you see is dangerous. How do we go to a site that we never thought was safe enough to go to before? Wow. I mean, I know a lot of it is, you know it's going in on its own accord, and the computer is helping to land it. That's gotta be nerve racking to watch that it's that seven minute period where it's kind of out of contact, and they really don't know if it's gonna make it or not. If everything's working correctly, I find it fascinating that they're landing specifically at this place called Jez zero Crater, which is a really difficult, dangerous place the land, but that's where they think the best science will happen. They think that there's more possibility of finding the existence of Past life on Mars at that spot, and so can you imagine the
"seven minutes" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"That has been used by front offices or has influenced people who went on to work in baseball. I thought a little bit. About doug pappas and the work that he did on the economics of baseball and gathering salary figures that just were not really publicly accessible and some of the like marginal marginal dollars metrics that came out of his work and this. I don't know when you could exactly pinpoint but this too. But just the concept of index stats of just opie s plus era plus arrate eerie minus and wrc. Plus i mean that is such a big part of the way i consume the game. Now the the i stat. That i will look at or site and i don't know exactly when that dates to but just the idea of you know having the one hundred baseline and then above that or below that his better worst depending on the staten at being something that accounts for park effects and and all of that and is just kind of a a one number thing like that to me. You know along with war and warp and wind chairs and and those metrics are on here. Just you know these are offense. Only or or pitching only near they cover one aspect of performance but just as a hindi frame of reference. I think that has changed. Certainly how i talk about or understand the sport. I think a an easy to explain reference right like having having the ability to say that one hundred is average and every point above that as a percentage above average. I think that there's a sort of comprehensibility to that that is really useful. When you're trying to help someone else understand why you think about the game in a particular way in a way. That is like a nice introduction to advance stats. That helps you build up to other sort of all encompassing numbers like wins above replacement. So i i think that's a good ad then like that. Yeah the only other ones. I thought of You know in some cases like there's some influential stats that are similar to steps that are represented on here so like ucr. For instance is not on here but d. r. s.'s on here right sherri nichols and her work on defensive average like you know there are some similar sewn based defensive systems so if you have fifty spots maybe you don't put every single one on there and there are cases where one person gets the credit for something that was sort of a group effort so catcher framing is on here of course as it should be in the blurb says mike fast was the first to measure the effect of catchers pitch framing. That's not technically true. As i think mike would acknowledge there were earlier. Researchers like dan turk and cough. And max marquee. Who were doing that. Work that mike built on and refined and popularized in the private sphere. My friend alex ruben. A co with the yankees who discovered framing in two thousand nine. A couple of years before makes work was published. But i did wonder if maybe jay jaffe would get nod for jaws and You know burt bly. Levin's induction is on here. I think that's a good pick that i'm not sure even thought of but just as someone who was propelled into the hall by the campaigning of reiterer and other analysts sewer taking safer metric approach to advocating for that player which was then followed by tim raines and edgar martinez and larry walker and mike mussina hopefully scott rolen and and others who were kind of caused celebrities of the say per metric community so that was good but i think jay and jaws. Obviously war is on here and causes made of war but that has changed how we talk about and think about the hall of fame. Couple others. I thought about as manager steve burrow citing his use of bic kramer's edge computer system in the early eighty s. I think tony larussa did too. That was a pretty primitive system. But just the idea that the manager was spitting out stats from a computer and using that to set lineups and play matchups and then saying so publicly that sort of set the stage for much more deeply ingrained use of numbers to make in game decisions and of course some of the systems like linear weights or the research that tom tango and others did on tactics and the third time through the order penalty etc is already represented on this list. But still the idea that a manager was actually trying to look at and use this information was pretty revolutionary. There is also a company called a vm. Systems that i wrote about at grantland several years ago. They were mentioned in money. Paul because they were sort of this secretive behind the scenes company that was tracking every play for years baseball and came up with these outcome independent metrics and values stats many many years before they were available publicly and really before. Mlb was ready for them but their system powered a lot of what the moneyball as implemented. And i think christina. Cairo coining the term. Three true outcomes is pretty important again for us. Mccracken's research which led to ban v. That is on here but christina coining that term predated that research i believe and led to us thinking of those things as a concept which again in the long run may have done some damage but definitely a paradigm shift there. Victor wang's prospect valuation model at the hardball times published in two thousand and eight. I think that established a framework that has been re purposed by a lot of subsequent researchers to figure out what a prospect is worth what a draft pick is worth and. I think that has seeped into front offices. Now too and has changed this sorts of transactions that we see and then also felix hernandez winning the cy young award with thirteen and twelve win. Loss record in twenty ten. When a lotta pitchers had more impressive win loss records. That was sort of a sign of the times in indicated a shift in how players were being evaluated by media members. At least the only other thing that occurred to me is maybe baseball between the numbers. Just for me personally. That was hugely influential in. Yeah they're a lot of you know the hidden game. Baseball is on here. And the diamond appraised and the baseball abstracts and all sorts of great books and baseball between the numbers. At least for me like that was the thing. That got me hooked. The book is on here as well but yet for me i think was the thing that really got me into it. I guess it came around at the right time right. Found it at the right time and the writing is so good in that book. I was just about to say the pros and that doesn't get the recognition. I think it really raves. Yeah and like the book that you know. The analysis is is brilliant. But it's written or safer magicians really by sabre patricians. It's it's not The most lyrical were relatable language. It's just straight up studies and research results in. It's clear and i think presented in a coherent understandable way. But i think baseball between the numbers is a good introduction. If you're someone who's not sold on this stuff yet and you don't want to take the the hardcore course you don't wanna plunge right into the deep end you won't kind of the one. Oh one version and when you look back at the people who contributed to that book it's like like half of them are working for front office now. Seems like i mean james. Click in there and keith wilner and others so that was the caliber of the analysis. That you getting. You had nate silver writing about win curves and of these influential concept so that shaped my thinking and their great books on here so i see why there may be a limit but that was the one that came to mind as if i could find a spot for someone else or something else that might get on there. Hopefully they'll do a fifty most influential books and that we can give give all of them there. Do i mean if we're going to do film into e baseball cards as we ought then. I think that having a having a dedicated reading list would be good. Just because you know i like to give other people were yeah. Well i'll link to this list and If you read it and see any notable emissions feel free to email us and suggest what you would do but i think it's a collector cise and i think they did a pretty good job with it so we will take a quick break and.
"seven minutes" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"The royals are sure weird band. I mean i think it's fine. I don't quite understand why the mets had to be involved with this whole thing book. Good for them. I mostly think the royals are real weird baseball team. I feel like there's just this collection of guys who are like the nice and benintendi is better than this but well benintendi is maybe in this. I don't know how good andrew benintendi is not be starkey like. I don't know about i'm about him anymore. I feel as if they have added a number of guys who are nice you know. They're nice role players. I'm trying to remember. Exactly what part of the potted plant. They would be in courses and allergy. But you know the guys who supplement a very strong core that is ready to content because you need depth than there's there's value in having productive veterans who can be good bench bats and six starters for one somebody in the rotation gets hurt and i feel like some of those guys have found their way to kansas city. And i don't know that there is there yet to take full advantage of those guys. So i just find them very confusing but i do like that they are. You know like if you're a royal fan and you're gonna well. You're probably not gonna go to the ballpark much this year. But if you're gonna watch your team like having competent and productive. Big leaguers is better than not so. I guess that's fine but i mostly just find it very strange but i also don't know that i believe that franci cordero's ever gonna hit enough and make enough contact a productive big leaguer. So if that's the trade you know then. That seems fine. It's very odd to me. He's been tantalizing. multiple teams. Now for a wireless and he definitely hits the ball hard when he hits it. Sure does fast. But it doesn't hit it all that often her. He hasn't to this point so i don't know it's it's not a bad player to take a flyer on given the skills but he hasn't been able to put it together yet. So yeah the royals. It's an intriguing. Mix of like veterans short-term deals and some promising prospects and like you can start to see the core that could get them good again probably not this of their playoff odds posts. Trade are about ten percent. But it's kind of coming together and kudos to them for trying to be interesting or or respectable. I don't know exactly how they see themselves. They believe that their legitimate twenty twenty one contender or whether they're just trying to surround their prospects with some mentor types of not like entra. Benintendi is Super grizzled veteran. He's he's only. What twenty six or something and very young in the face. Yes yeah but it's like benintendi in addition to where the the other royal and added. I guess Greg holland back again. Wade davis carlos santana rate hike. Minor taylor yeah a bunch of them team. Yeah i mean they're hard to get a handle on and so as benintendi as you said i mean. He looked like he was going to be if not a superstar like a legitimate All-star type player perhaps for years to come and has just regressed since his breakout in two thousand eighteen took a step back in two thousand nineteen and then missed most of twenty twenty with an injury and play well when he was on the field. So i don't know the bloom is off the rose a little bit after the rookie of the year runner up season and the follow up campaign and that incredible catch in the two thousand eighteen s. But they're still something there. It's just I think as dan sabarsky documented. He seems to have gone to more of an aggressive approach. He does have the context skills to support that but it just hasn't really paid off for him. Yeah i mean. I hope for his sake that he is able to sort of rally From where he was but it is very disconcerting last year and the sort of shift toward a more aggressive approach at the plate did proceed the injury so i don't think that him simply being healthy is gonna be sufficient totally restore things but it also means that he could presumably make another judgment that would put him sort of back in line to being a more productive guy. But you know. I'm sure that for red sox fans. It has to be a bit of a bummer. Because he was what the last of that outfield to kind of make his way out of town. So it does feel like that is pretty firmly. Closed yeah r.i.p killer bees. I guess we'll see where jackie bradley and signing but yeah that seems like it would be just sort of a foundation for years to come and now couple years after world championship. It's disassembled so it's not like a mookie betts style. I mean it's obviously. He's not that caliber of player and is is not a huge salary. Dumping benintendi is not making a ton and they included some money and sent some money. Kansas city's way to get better players back. So maybe that reflects some lack of confidence in a benintendi bounce back on boston's part but it's surprising to see that group dismantled so soon and the toll offseason like we had to do a winners and losers posts at the ringer to on the mvp offseason and we all did simplysafe's and one of the losers i picked was people who had homegrown stars jerseys. Because they're going to have to edit them or alter them or tear them up or something because there have been a lot of players this offseason who had spent their entire careers with one team up until this point who have been on the move. You know some via free agency. Like george springer jack peterson but many more as a result of traits some real superstars are not oh and went door and go in snell and then also players like elvis andrus and colton long benintendi in different circumstances involved there and this is not new in the free agency era..
The Doomsday Clocks Historic Wake-Up Call With Rachel Bronson
"Forty five. The united states detonated two atomic bombs over hiroshima and nagasaki. It is harnessing of the basic power. The universe shortly after a group of manhattan project scientists at the university of chicago who helped build the atomic bomb but protested using against people started the bulletin of the atomic scientists. Huge choice is peace or total destruction. the atomic is yeah. They wanted to urge fellow scientists to help shape national and international policy to mitigate the risk of the nuclear technology that they themselves had helped create and they wanted to help the public understand the dangers of nuclear weapons. To the future of humanity world would not be the same. i remember anthony blind from hindu scripture. The by gerrad gita. Now i am become death. Despoil worlds are another in designing the cover of its magazine. The bulletin created something striking o'clock running out of time. It started as artistic piece created by chicago based marta lanes door. She was very to manhattan project. Scientists issues gender stood the scientists concerns about this new technology and the need for public engagement and they had asked her to create some sort of design that would engage the public on. How serious the threat of this new technology. And she said it seven minutes to midnight every year since then. The bulletin set the hands of its metaphorical clock in relation to how close to doomsday. We might be last year. The group moved it to a mere one hundred seconds to midnight. And at the time we got a lot of chiding like it's twenty twenty how come it so close. Do you really believe it's this close and then sure enough. We saw the massive wildfires right outta the gate in in australia. That got repeated in california this year but obviously covid and the inability of the global community to deal effectively with covid is was to us a clear indication of our inability to deal with existential threats. Known some ways you can make an argument that it should have been even closer to midnight this year because you had your existing threats then you had that real life pandemic which is continuing to affect us. How can we didn't go further to midnight. Yeah so in some ways You know we don't want to double count right and so a lot of the warning signs. Were what moved to one hundred seconds to midnight but it is a very dangerous in environment. And we'd we do want to acknowledge that hundred seconds to midnight is dangerous. We do see some bright spots and some opportunities so those bright spots helped us from moving forward but we weren't prepared to move it back. It may be tempting to look at the clock this year and take some hope from the fact that it didn't move closer to but remember it's still the closest to midnight that we have ever been and this year the bolton highlighted new threat one that they said is a threat multiplier to all the other problems that we face with the world health organization called a massive info democ he really grappling with what our trusted new sources. And how do you find them. And how do we share the so. We're all overwhelmed with data and information. But it's very optimistic. When it comes to share it information or what you and i know and so that becomes very disorienting and it becomes Quite dangerous right. It sets up the ability for authoritarian leaders to create their own information and different sites secrete. Their own information will get into the surprising. Ways that this info democ touches every threat factor to the doomsday clock but will start with the issue that was really the canary in the coal. Mine of this info dynamic climate change. The scientists have been warning us for decades and yet they're the ones who have experienced a lot of these issues in terms of misinformation and disinformation. I that denying climate science the marginalization of them the using of science which is kind of about uncertainty and evolution to dismiss what scientists have to say. All of. this was the global warming. And that it's a lot of it's a hoax hoax. Moneymaking industry okay. Climate change is not science. it's religion it pulls the rug out from under scientists and expert exactly the time when such expertise is actually needed and within the context of the us there could be real differences among republicans. Democrats or what you think about market versus regulation. Those are really really important questions that we should be debating fiercely right now that we can when it's being defined as climate change yes or no we can't even have the kind of real political conversations that we should be having
Restoring Common Sense in Business
"I guess today's martin lindstrom. He's the founder and chairman of lindstrom company. The world's leading brand and culture transformation group operating across five continents in more than thirty countries is also the author of a new book. We're gonna talk about today. Called the ministry of common sense how to eliminate bureaucratic red tape bad excuses and corporate bs. So martin welcome to the show. Thank you. John is a place to hear your voice again so since the subtitle has a bunch of stuff that people think of as negative. What led you to writing this book. I tell you what. Let's meteoroid it many years ago. Charlie bell where the former former former c. e. o. of mcdonald's reach out to me and he said hey martin i would love if you could reinvent the happy meal and i said sure bring it on a just have one one condition. Can we make it healthy police and challenge. He was a really good man so he said absolutely so my vision was to make six year old each broccoli and we began with storytelling so we had the forest the forest broccoli and the cucumber with the of Tomatoes with blood and kids lofted and parents loved it and even the franchisee loved it. We will not these pilots. So i went to the headquarters of of mcdonald's chicago and they said interesting. I never heard that word before in that context so i went back to europe as it is interesting. Nothing happened for two years. Nothing was silent for julius. Finally the new happy meal arrived and it was that drum rolls. It was a happy meal as we know it today with issue sugar bone and the french fries now included an apple. And that was where. I learned that if you wanna do transformations of organizations if you want to understand your consumer company have what i call an immune system so as a consequence of that. We had to the employed two psychologists to work with me in order to understand the dynamics in the corporate world because a good idea is no longer enough. A great consumer inside is not enough. You need more and you need to understand that immune system that defense mechanism for chains and that actually led me to writing this book. Because i realized very quickly that eighty percent of your work is to operate at lack of common sense and bring it back and then to transform copies towards the good. I'm sure anyone who's worked in particularly at corporate environment has experienced. I think they've come a little bit immune to it because it's just the way it works but has certainly experienced. Can you give a couple of examples of of what what is just really common rampant corporate. Bs longtime do you have. I mean i mean. I'll just let from from the end. Kobe nine jamming on a plane. The other day. Right as i sit in my seat ready for takeoff the frankly sounding was on the speaker saying. Welcome ladies and gentlemen aboard this flight. I regret to inform you that all cabin service has been completed suspended on the entire flight. Also need to inform you that the laboratories in front of the plane has been blocked. There are only now reserved for capping personnel. And by the way if you wanna use laboratories you can use the one laboratory in the back now that was because of covid nineteen. I don't need to tell you. But then i just need to ask you. That was thirty. Seven is a rose in this in this plane. So i literally had to pass by every single one hundred and seventy nine passengers and end up in a long line where i could breathe in a freshly brewed smell of toilet mixed with covid nineteen and then i was sitting in the seat. The second idea that came up with these contact tracing forms now in the old days you had to fill out all sorts of stupid forms with no one looks at an array and so this was the latest and greatest in that innovation pipeline. And here the first question was listened to this john. it's crazy. the first question was have you been in close proximity with any people you don't know within the last to allow us. The only thing you had to do was basically just to turn your head ninety degrees and that would be a stranger sitting there so you could take yes to that box. This hakin bulks was even worse. You see people don't have pen symbol because also with us multiple devices so bright. Young talent was barring the pen from the stewardess in the very front row and that pen was not walking through the entire plane and the second chris was. Have you taught anything in one have taught over the last twelve hours. I had to tick yes to that one as well. This is the minister of common sense in reverse gear. I call it call it common sense. I call it nonsense really because he's the rally not we've completely lost sense of what makes sense and for me. Common sense is seeing things as they are. Okay and doing things as the to be done set in another way. This is super important. It is to treat customers and employees as they themselves would expect to be treated. And i do think as companies grow. They lose that sense of reality the more busy dealing with himself than actually thinking about what the customers are. The consumers want so. I have to tell you one. I work with a lot of small business owners but i early in my career took project or pretty much from anybody and so i this project with a very large corporation and it was a very small project two thousand dollars semi invoice off and i gotta check ninety days later. Of course that was for two hundred fifteen thousand dollars and change that translates to france. But that was about one hundred times what i build them and i saw. I called them up. You know i thought about cashing the check. But i called them and said you know there's been a big mistake here you know. How do we rectify this well. After getting transferred to three different people. I actually then was sent for different forms that i had to fill out in order to return money to them. But i tell that story all the time because it was it was a watershed moment when i said you know what. I'm just going to start working with small business owners we. We won't have to deal with this anymore but you're so right and and johnny. It happens everywhere. But i think he's my view about this. Frankly speaking we living in a period now was unprecedented. And i don't think there's anything anymore. Cold going back to work uncalled going forward to work and by that i mean we onto situation right now where we actually can afford to reset what we once did. Rather than desperately replicating an old format and squeeze it into new way of living. I mean think about it. We all sitting in front of suman teams eight hours a day weighted. Those holly breaks go. I don't know no on any of the calls have been sitting on. Believe me just like you. I'll be sitting on a lot of those kohl's single person ever said. Hey guys at. We just had a five minute break here at just need to go to the toilet just a hole infamy. None of what people do is put the post pitcher on the sneak out to the toilet comeback after seven minutes and pretend like they're were not no away and then they asked. The question was awesome minutes. It goes so we can go back in a circle and even worse. We then continue exactly one hour. No matter how mundane a relevant conversation is because we actually did so that problem. Thirty five minutes into the conversation but the realities. We don't wanna look like we skulking or cheating in any way shape or form so we just decide to hang on clinch on and then they alternate break up here is. I have to jump on another team guys. Sorry and that sort of the ultimate. Kat is common sense going here because my property as we adopting a world of trivialities from the past onto a new format of living. And i think right. Now it's time for us to sit alone in the stat in the sand. Basically say hey. That's redefined my daily lives. Let's break it down. See where. I'm doing things which are ridiculous. Look at things which just make sense and then build up from scratch. This is the moment to do it right. And that's why published this book now because quite frankly i haven't done it myself. I'm sitting doing it right now. Realizing how much time wasting
Hal Holbrook, Emmy and Tony-Winning Actor, Dies in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, At 95
"Emmy and Tony winning actor Hal Holbrook has died at the age of 95. The New York Times reports. The actor died in January on the 23rd at his home in Beverly Hills. ABC is Bill Deal looks back at his career, Holbrook was best No. One for his many performances, his Mark Twain on stage and on television cam by railroad. It is all no stranger gets tired over seven minutes as to stop and rest for three quarters of an hour in 2008 at age 82 Holbrook became the oldest male performer ever nominated for an Academy Award for his supporting role in into the wild. Don't you think you're getting a job and making something of this life? We got one plan. Under Alaska will be all the way out there. Yes, While Holbrook loved acting and told ABC is Robin Roberts, somebody asked me Why do you keep working and I said, well, Well am I gonna do play golf Working is more active is more fun than golf. In the fall of 2010 hellhole. Brooke was cast into guest starring TV roles, one on FX, His Sons of Anarchy and NBC's conspiracy thriller series. The event. While he played many parts during his long career, it was Mark Twain. That was, as he put it, something precious my side arm through life. He called it Holbrook was married to actress designing women star Dixie Carter, who passed away in 2010. Will deal. ABC News
With Davis out, Lakers fall to Pistons 107-92
"The Lakers have their first losing streak of the season after falling to the pistons one of seven ninety two Blake Griffin had twenty three points for Detroit which took advantage of the absence of Anthony Davis Griffin's three pointer was six fifty four remaining started a sixteen run that put the pistons ahead by seventeen lebron James had twenty two points and ten assists but only two of those points came after halftime the Lakers went nearly seven minutes without scoring in the fourth quarter allowing Detroit to pull away Davis missed the game with a right quad contusion after playing in Wednesday's one point loss to the seventy Sixers I'm Dave very
NBA: John Wall scores 24 as Houston Rockets beat Russell Westbrook, Washington Wizards
"John wall scores twenty four to lead the rockets over the wizards one zero seven to eighty eight lee big takeaway from well. It was a pretty close game until john. Wall really took over the last seven minutes. There hit a couple of shots made some plays and and got his victory now. Coming into this was a couple of story lines of course beal and and john wall would teammates here in washington for a lot of years now. Their relationship didn't really end in a hostile way. It was more just like the team moved on. So john wall was more trying to prove a point to his team. In the franchise and the wizards rather than ex teammate there. I in bradley bill. And then you also of course you had wall and russell westbrook who were traded for each other just prior to the season and now that one was a little bit more spicy. But i think that's probably more westbrook than in the us both on a minute restriction but yeah i mean it was. It was a close game but The the rockets pulled away in the end. And really i mean i. it's post game. You saw bradley. Beal who had another good performance for the washington wizards just looking completely distressed on the sidelines. And really the question. Out of this game is we've been kind of asking and alluding to the last couple of weeks. Anyways is does bradley. Beal stay with wizards for the rest of this season. Because they going nowhere right now. He's putting up right numbers. There's no question. He would be in demand and i think he needs to move on from the wizards as well. So you know. That's that's probably the biggest talking point. I think coming out of this guy because you know it's it's not neither seems really a a threat to was. The rockets guess could make the playoffs but Certainly not a contender. So it's really just do. The wizards hit the reset button. He move on from bradley. Beal may even move from westbrook if they can get a first round. Pick out of him because I just can't see this thing going anywhere for the remainder of this season. Yeah every loss. That piles up there for the wizards trae. It does feel like the echo chamber gets a little louder with the trade deal. Save bill get him out of there. Hey beal ask the front office to move you. There are three in ten now. they're one in eighteen games. Westbrook has played. He has not looked great. He was He was just visibly upset last night. And then you started talking. Some trash with wall was given it back to them and walson after the game russ has been kicking my ass for years. My third win against russell westbrook that he's been in the league this john wall talk it so i don't know if it's any more than that just a frustrated westbrook but yeah what do you think about the idea of will be just like go to front office. They do not want to be here. Because i don't want to be on a team. That's not going to be a playoff tournament in just signed that huge deal though right like he's still got two seasons after this one the westbrook in wall donnybrook. What happened there Westbrook goes by wall walls down and it seems to me like he was basically saying yeah. I tripped because you could see westbrook saying back to him. It doesn't matter what matters like as he upset is wallops at that. Westbrook is trash talking him for tripping over his own. That's what it might have been. They hit him with the double tax. And everybody just moved on. But if you're bradley beal despite the fact he's got this huge deal still on the books to be frustrated man because he had twenty five through the first three quarters and then in the fourth quarter it feels like he's not even getting the ball like feels like he's barely getting a touch. I know he had eight points. He took a bunch of shots but there are times when he just doesn't even get a look from westbrook he'll just be standing at the top of the court. It feels like kevin durant waiting to get the ball all over again. But i don't know you kind made your bed now sleep in it.
"seven minutes" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Oh, I was I, was telling crystal jade this weekend. Gustov like. It was back in the day I just did not care for that show how far. Grabbed me at all and people would be like Oh my God did you see Derwin and wasn't a? Girl Melanie. I'd be like, no, I don't. Watch too the. I have the exact same experience that you didn't feel called to the back in the day and it was this shit to everybody. What are you watching it on friend? Who? To I'M GONNA try. To. Seasons one through three are on Netflix. Now, they just released them this week. But if you want to pass a season, you know watch past season three than all one through laughing nine is on Hulu I literally am exactly where you were and I caught up like maybe two or three months ago. Well, I haven't even finished the last season I really finished and I want to say why but yeah, you me all nine seasons. Yeah I rented. Worth watching because people were telling me that I shouldn't watch past season three you're listening to these people. True but you know I mean I'm fans. There's this weird thing that happens because I think the game got cancelled once or twice but like. Right. Yeah. But you can. I. Like the quality chains like it goes from like looking like a sitcom to look a soap opera and then around the area you because the latter later seasons you really don't need to go into all I say is. Not even that it's bad but really what she has Melania and Durham, we really need to go no further because so so there's a point where they're not on anymore the only people that have been on episode of the game like this is all I'll give you is Tash, Amac or anyway Wendy Raquel Robinson and her son on the show. Maliki Maliki. COOTER hooch. Kuch Kuch also, they're the only two that the only originals everybody else leaves people come and go. Got fucked up because the mile resent moving lets the money right. So you know Fatiha Walk. Let me tell you some China not to America's they've been working consistently since it since childhood. Okay Are respected in this game and like I said they, they make good decisions. So that means somebody met some money up 'cause Tia Maori win the move. I started watching it and you know. I. Still was kind of like not really pool. But as I, let me just keep you know some shows you gotTa Watch. A six episode, and then after I think maybe towards the end of the season top of the second season, it kind of started pulling meows acre quitted at least watch. So the third so I'm kinda getting. But yeah, I think it's just not for me to be honest whenever it was I didn't connect with before as justice. Wherever told you stop season three them I really be if you make Farkas. J told me that. Makes Perfect Sense. The, accurate then. I'm GonNa Jalen that one like. I'M GONNA second. And then brandon comes in at some point because I saw her in the cover on. Hulu. I was like what income incident? But seeing new music. Do you know what brandy? How weird we just mentioned jade and look she just texts me So creepy. You know what brandies name was on the show yet. is she chardonnay? I totally get. The name and the little description I who is Be Acting TASHA low bit. So she I'm Chardonnay. This okay. For her to be but I can't name my daughter Brew Lay I seen a tweet who? Say Mean Burn up or some. Thirty or some shit I always I I can see you got cobbled hobble Yo Air River would. What Cathy did.
"seven minutes" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Leer you know the Internet is fucking hilarious. Say That I have a segue a perfect way from here. Right speaking of the Internet and little baby I ran across a youtube video from Jada who is his girlfriend, right? Oh. Yeah. His baby's mom. Okay. So like I liked her personality. You said I've seen her name in headlines Stuff, I really didn't know why type. But I watched her youtube video and I watched like two more. You know she has. Her own thing going all like her. Life. So, like she has a great watch her interact with her friends and shit like I was complied where's her show? She needs a show. So she's got our national quimby zoo. What do y'all motherfuckers I'm telling you that they need to get with Jay I was very Jada. She's I was. I was so like where have are being why nobody tells me like I don't know nothing about her so like this, this is all new for me like. I. Love It. So shut out. J.. Anything about her but you're making me. WanNa. Go to like watch the too low Wasser to loan video. To loan video of charioteers. Search Jada to Lome like Yup Jada What's our last name is she I don't want to miss last name but she's Like sheaves or something yeah. I think. They should just come out J. D. A. She was I was very impressed I like our youtube channel so I'm I'm watching yeah she'd been big on Youtube which is cool because she kinda had everything going on outside of him I love that that's why it's like so dull to watch like I dunno I just really enjoyed her or really enjoyed our personality. In life making small changes to everyday life can lead to positive lifestyle changes. The right towel turns a bathroom into a SPA. The right loungewear turns function into luxury and the right bedding turns a bed into retreat. You Know Brooklyn and as the incidents favorite sheets, but they're also home to betting loungewear towels and more over fifty thousand, five star reviews in county y'all know how I feel about good mattresses and good bedding in. Hygiene, and we were blessed with a package from Brooklyn man it changed the game has. been on those sheets. something. The Do Bay, the she pillow cases I mean they sent this over a nice little quality collection that we are very excited to receive Brooklyn and was founded in early two, thousand, fourteen by husband and wife duo rich at Vicki fool up they wanted to find beautiful home essentials as it costs an arm and a leg. Brooklyn was the first direct to consumer betting company..
"seven minutes" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Speaking of music just kind of staying on their brandy versus Monica on says. Amid the to me of. Is Yes we call. You Black. So whose team are you on Dustin I think Monica's team clearly clearly. Is What it is like this and like that. I'm team Brandy just because I just love brandy man. I understand you WANNA give. Third Fourth and Fifth and seven and seventy. I'd genuinely love her voice like said about her album I didn't care what she was singing about our just happy to hear her. Meant that. You so us you stay true to your word I was happy. Tinto's. Away from her, you know what? I'm saying she is the vocal terms and conditions. She is we skip it, but we have to see it. You have to recognize it. You know what I'm saying. So but but no one's going to take away from her talent Brandy Brandy is a world undeniable incredible one of a kind talent and she was a pop star Darling Teen Star on television show barbies, play you name it. You cannot take that away from her. I think that you know it's hard. It's been so much life this happened you know in between that time and now and And it's hard. You know it's a kind of. Bad and you know and re and and and resurrection. There is there you know it's just buried. So but but with Monica. What I'm saying person who industry dialing well liked by or accept masterpiece but that's a new that that just happens. You know what Dan we ain't there. Yet we get. Out It damn. YUCK versus pre show over here. What is it? But yeah, I'm looking forward to it. I can't wait for the arguments, the drinks, the food I'm going to have a little situation. I think some socially distant. People over to the house. It's a whole moment I've been waiting ever see how many times have. We said if you really WANNA get is shaking okay here why why would you not have brandy and Monica is the ultimate battle and Denver I. Believe it was Denver tweeted that shutout to just Denver on twitter my boy from La. But I think Denver tweeted like Brandy is going to be the first one to throw a little bit subtle shade. During the battle whatever it's going to be Brandy Monica being, nice you. Brandy going to be sitting up there just a Kaftan and you know. Then Break Times jingling you hear. Sorry. Why and Monica is GonNa look. Designer Shit. You know saying fashion plate she is she's been looking so good lately I mean she looks so good. Have you seen him pictures posting? I did see them I don't. Come single and a angel of hers. So I just you know I'm just here for for Monica to take what's rightfully her she got the most hits by number. Let's be clear most billboard number ones between her and Brady. Monica got three. Now you know that Bill Boyd Hits does. Not Mean. Is. More talented. I never said that because I recognized both their talent but billboard his don't mean nothing until you enter a literal competition fema songs in your catalog song by Song. So that's why it's okay to put that to the floor. For consumption because this is where that data is relevant to you. Man I love. I Love Brandy I. Love Brandy have I ever? So much it makes me cry but you know. I. Am looking forward to Monica. Sorry you know I love Brian Love. Monica to I'm not even GONNA act like she was a huge of. How old are we were album job? Do you know cursing in fucking? Okay so we could wear relate to express. Man The white shoes everybody keeps reposting on twitter. Monica Tinto's down. I'm going to ask GONNA say go. Talk. Would ooh okay. So I missed it. accused. Keep. It all the way real because when we first started I was going to be know higher my oh, well, play referee I love them just as the. Dow Make my finger hovering over the end. Zoom Welfare you might have to end me down. No. All ongoing say. I am going to say is. It don't matter what record brandy touches she can do it on her arm everyone's which time and I'm only saying that because slow clout only saying that because. Monica has worked and this isn't even a bad thing but Monica work with so many people, right like so many people we love she does the record with missy. You know what I'm saying like like they're just she did the Wrexham key Chicago there. So many people that she works with brandy usually fly solo and she can she has a solid discography of like solo records and I'm not taking anything away I just love the fact that brand me as an artist can always delivered by. I wonder why I wonder why? Me and. That's the difference between the two artists. Thank you very much. I can appreciate. That's what you need to know. I can appreciate way to fight with you in the comments Dustin can't wait. I very much appreciate. The fact that Brandy has really set up here signed her ass off on pretty much any and every song he's been on whether it's high or low, and you know Monica does her thing. Monica has so many cuts like I. Love Monica don't get it twisty. So what are you saying I'm saying what are what are you saying? It's going. To be rocket I'm GONNA be rocker. I'm GONNA be rocker. Okay. That's. That's fine. We over here everybody know what it is. I love. I love them both but clearly, I'm saying I'm I'm Monica House. So you know they'll have fun. I would be so gone over. Monica. Thank you very much. I'll, be kicking. Wrong and and like Kerry, said, we'll be playing that somebody's GonNa tweet West song go up against angel in disguise and carry said Angel in mind the one that they played on the radio so. This is one of them things. You know what? I'm saying, Kerri Kasem on its team Monica do t Monica or day, baby? This. Kerry Kerry Kerry Corner Baby, it's carry twitter's you can find. And that's where you see your team go team. Team Glauca Monica Guy Better kids are I'm told. Like. Oh My. Kids personalities. Come on come Oh isn't that better go Look I love kids innocent and nothing to kid but I, believe Bradey eighteen, so we really can get own. Right I'm really just I. It's totally jokes. I just wanted to know it was really hard for me to choose brandy because I do love me some Monica like get it twisted like I. Love me some set it off. You know I love me all. There's anyone that doesn't. Yeah. When I think of like singing like I just think of brandy like I think of an win friend made that declaration. Brandy Song that's not important here. No. I WanNa know what's Your Bandy Song is put that on everything. Yes. I and is a beautiful song. This is in my my favorite but I always think about India singing. Levin count me out. Like this, and then I hate that you even sit there friend because I'm not trying to even call India. But like every time I think of a brand new song think of India doing and it's just her from practicing. Influences on all like I said the majority. An amazing nobody sounds like hurting me I love Indian. Right but she on style I mean you know I. Just I love her sound. Do you not think it's original brandy? She inspired a whole lot of people that you know chase them runs and do you know I'd rather listen to Charles and I'm just gonNa tell the truth. Real. Quick. Speaking. If Charlie Wilson came out with a girl group of singing ask Girls Charlie's angels. Was Somebody tell that. that. would be cute char or arrest around to go up against the oil. G.. Three Oh beaches, Nee Charlie angels you might say. By the Chinese restaurant group you know we're his home girls at from high school. He still keep in touch with that can. Hold up now that you're saying three older. Have you seen that live baby challenge on twitter please tambi obscene. No the. Breakdown No. So someone took a picture of baby. Oh, and ask Mama. Picture black and white, and the Puerto like nineteen. Seventies. And then the challenge was you add text your Mama that picture and be like Momma you remember from school. The Mamas Avenue. What Oh, boy say he was like my mom would just be LIOTTA's. Diane I do not. And I think it was the Mama? Was I kid Shawnee? NISHA RE? So it became like, oh jealous, and then literally two days later little baby was like tell Ya Mama's to stop putting. A.
"seven minutes" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Offers responsibility to keep the same often miserable and suffocating restrictions instead of living and let live or opening their worlds that shared angle, and also wanted to share some Saudi visuals for you all. So if you all wanted to check out. Saudi. So there's a first single called. Susannah. There's also another song called Sir Sarai Jakko. And that's it. So thank you so much caroline before she goes before she goes. Thank you caroline for being here for listening for all of that dot. Thank you and I mean but I just want to say be your own people because Caroline's she made a point. We wished she said Yeah we do we get it. Yes but we have to know nothing about none of them people she told us about nor the pictures we had no none of them people's business. Point. Compare contrast on your own time. Okay. You know none about people then about what they did and been photographed in pictorials she was saying the fact that they be answered. Shane. Here for your say. And like Said Carolina See. Fine in no soundcloud streets. Please take on soundcloud Elena Bro said. So a very problematic song that I just adore and it makes me so sad. kicks by foster the children the I remember that Song Your. First of all that song is so bomb when you listen to it hurts it's similar to what I was saying about being exurbia loving the Larue Song but it's actually about mass shooting. which I don't think most people realize if you listen look it doesn't. Listen to the lyrics it's a song that's why pumped up kicks so that kids that are running through the hallways. Avoiding the mass shooter is I know listen to now that you know that's something that I found out. Which I hadn't even realized. So I guess this is one of those things where you just don't pay attention at hard, which is Kinda strange that we're really liked that will you don't pay attention to the music I know it's not good. But for me, it just keeps me a tad in ignorance of certain things and bond older people doing the same thing sometimes when they be singing the song and they all know it's dirty stuff today talking about so is like I don't know what do you draw the line? What's right what's wrong? I. Don't fucking. Okay. Is, this shows you the power of melody to that you can get carried away with a song without listen to the lyrics. So Dustin Rosalyn about you would you find the twitter street couple couple tweets first of all, I wanNA give a shout out to at S. G. R. A. T. E. underscore underscore who tweeted once he tweeted a photo of some undercover nyc cops in the subway right you'll see what they look. Okay. In the photo one thing about undercover cops going to dress like Johnson..
"seven minutes" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"seven minutes" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"So don't fool yourself into trying to reach out to them because again like like this speaks to how much politics is changing. Not that Long Bill Clinton makes his political name with the this whole third way idea that like Republicans have long had one way. Democrats have long had another way. I'm going to find a path inbetween. Joe Biden in some ways is a man out of time in in this race. Hey like he got out. And he's talking about how he cut deals with Mitch McConnell in the Senate on the budget he calls my pants like is not a bad guy. That's not what the Democratic Party wants right now. The base of the Democratic Party HATES DONALD TRUMP AND I. I'm not just saying I'm throwing out out. That work as they do they they low donald trump. They want him gone. They do not believe he should have won in the first place They will You chapter and verse on the Popular Vote Though as always remind people. Donald Trump won under the rule fat near the current rules. Right the vote thing to me is like a okay. I know it gets a lot of tweets but shut the like. I'm just so sick of vote. Downright my view on it is like the Saint Shirt but that that was pass severence against on the saint. But it wasn't call so I like what you want me to do about it like the rules are the rules. You can change the rules. But you can't complain gene when the rules even poorly enforced like he won. The Electoral College was the way in. Is the way that we decide presence so you want to change it and make it to be a popular. That's totally fine with me. Like I'm no I don't I don't feel strongly either way but you can't beat the guy up for winning the way in which tell l.. President this is how you went. What's up with Biden? Because I looked at all the polls this morning and he's leading everything except he's not going to do well in Iowa. It looks looks but as you pointed out is still so early in this process and it was funny because I was talking with a good friend of mine from college and we were talking about Iowa and you know what I've never really quite understood is like how Iowa momentum can change things or New Hampshire. Whatever and he goes yeah but we all know guys from Iowa we love those guys like? What's what's better than somebody from Iowa? start off on the on the right path. But you know surveyed Western knock right there you go good and not just fake midwestern stock I off for God's Sakes And that's real any of these people. I've spent a lot of time there you know. I haven't I still on the checklist of of states rated city underrated cities. It's actually good food and a good like culture art scene. I know people will roll their eyes but they'd actually that's good. I know I'm glad I I wouldn't. I don't want anyone to ever roll their eyes about cultural art scene in Des Moines. I'd rather be. Let's just say that I'd rather spend the night des Moines Iowa Hartford Connecticut Sorry Hartford. I think we're allowed to say that because we we both we both. Yeah I lived there a little while I live downtown when I I yeah I would served capital the United States. WHO's amazing? I couldn't get a gatorade on a Sunday morning on the highway so unbelievable anyway byte so let me just set this up though just so people aren't following like you go through the polls. He's leading every poll which surprises people because a lot of the debates. He just just isn't good at it. I mean he just whatever you WanNa say about his politics but I really feel presentation has as much ado about this with anything. You know trump for whatever you wanna say about him he is. There's no wavering. There's so much conviction every single sentence that I think it plays the people clearly plays to people's not I think we know this but with Biden it's bad. The presentation presentation is bad. And then you look at the polls and he's double digits on everybody else except of course as you mentioned and is anybody can look up the number for him or not going to be a good start yet just quickly on trump. Because I think it's so important and you mentioned like Dow a earlier on you were saying talks like you've never heard a politician talk for I add voters told me during the two thousand sixteen election. Trump would say something like There are more people in this arena tonight. Then in all of the United States combined. You'd be like Ah I don't that doesn't compare like how could that be possible. And you would like Huckabee like you do trust him you know do you. Do you think that he's telling you the truth. Even though like it's demonstrably proven he's not and they would say yeah I mean why would he say stuff. He says the way he says if he's lying like just to your point about presentation trump's bluntness his willingness to say and do stuff that you know like Marco Rubio low-energy Jab Low Marco like people they they may not like it. They may see it as bullying but they believe that that it somehow connotes authenticity and he has benefited hugely from that. Despite I would say you know a long record of documented distortions distortions mistress demise. Okay bye yeah. He's the problem for him is. He's not great at a couple of things that really matter. There is absolutely a formative aspect to presidential politics. Especially I've sat in a million focus groups where people are talking about why they're voting for this person why they're voting for that person very rarely. There's like one person usually like a fifteen or sixteen person focus group where they'll say Joe Biden's position on still on the blank or Elizabeth warrants position on healthcare. That's why voting for her against her. There are some of those people but the people who really decide these elections. The people don't pay all that much attention. These are not hardcore partisan. She'll always say something like I don't know just My uncle said he saw him at a rally and he seems like a good guy. I mean there's so much steel perception that goes into voting for president. It's not you go to the website of Donald Trump. You check off the places you agree with him on issues. Should go the website of Elizabeth. Warren you check out the place you agree with her. You add the check marks up and you vote for the candidate who has more checks. PEOP- There are people who do that. They're just not most of them. So the problem mm for Biden is debates. Are the one time where I think whether it's you watch it live or you see a few highlights from it and fundraising those are the two big metrics tricks at this point with a field. This big that people wouldn't do polling as the other one. He's okay in that regard to your point but the debates he just doesn't and it doesn't it has not click and I don't think it will click. I think what you see is kind of what you get there. You know thing where he I mean some of these kids go on for twenty minutes. You're supposed to speak like a minute happening. Have they just keep going and going. Don't like cut off in the middle of sentences they well okay anyway. You know like wh dude what there's no like. No one's going to penalize you for taking other twenty thirty seconds so he's not great that fundraising. There's a guy in Arizona running for Senate named Mark Kelly. He's an astronaut. He's married to Gabby giffords. The Congressman Lewis shot at a rally In the two thousand almost died. He's he's he's got ten million dollars on hand for a Senate race. We've got ten million dollars spent on the race. That's a million. A million and a half more than Joe Biden former vice president. United States has for possessory so he's bad at two things that really matter one nuts and bolts thing Fundraising one performance thing to beating national polling at this point matters less than Iowa and New Hampshire and Nevada South Carolina polling. It just does. It's not a national race. Like yeah I know every state votes but they don't vote at the same time I will votes i. We know from History History Iowa Impacts New Hampshire which impacts Vada which impact South Carolina and the those for impact everything that comes after it including by the way California this year in early March. So sure you'd rather guests have polling national pulling that has your head but don't at this point in the race Iowa New Hampshire those. That's where you should look for. WHO's ahead because that will tell you? Momentum and weaned no momentum matters stuff from pass from the best. What's the what's it's the best story? You have for us because he always feel like okay you cover these people. I imagine you're not talking. Well I don't know I don't WanNA assume anything here. Is it been a big lie. told all directly from a politician off. The record is at one of their people campaign manager. What's the story? What's your go to happy hour story about Your Life and politics less twenty years? Yeah I mean the honestly I think politicians and their people live less than most people assume. I mean trump. Does it right out in the open. I think we've always thought of lying is like a thing that they do like hey. FYI You might WanNa look into this When in fact most most of them try to adhere not to that and trump just does it right out like right out in your face So I actually don't think that I think most of my experiences on the campaign trail and now I'm old and have kids so I'm not out there like you know everyday. Grinding it out in Iowa New Hampshire. We've got lots of good people who do that. Who are not me The one that I remember the most I think and it drives home the fact that you can never forget. This is probably true for sports. I I know so much more about that world but like the thing that I always try to remind people about politics is it's super personal. We have a tendency to assume that these people could you see on a stage or you see them in an ad that they're not regular normal people they don't have feelings you know they're just they're like politicians like a different breed. It's like an Avatar. You know what I mean like. They're not human. They're like different species. I met a debate in two thousand and four. Got Him so old. If you think those two thousand four might have been two thousand eight John Edwards who you know all the stuff that goes with John Lewis former North Carolina senator he. They've just debated I walk out onto the stage. I'm talking like staffer and his wife The late Elizabeth Edwards. She passed away a few years ago. She comes up to me and she's like I've never met her before she comes up to me and she's like why did you write that about John and I'm like I don't know what I mean. I wanted to say like. Hey I write a lot of things. 'cause I do right all right a lot to do. It's the Kenner Olympic it's the candidate's wife so I'm like you know what in particular I had mentioned mentioned in a parenthetical that he was fading or something I mean it wasn't it wasn't like John Edwards. This is before all the stuff about John Edwards gave up. This is just when he was it was. Oh wait this is when he's running. It's Obama him and Clinton there's a free be candidates that there had been any bocce and she didn't like something I wrote and she was like Berry Berry upset because she thought that it did not accurately portray her husband as a person and I think that I it the reason I say that is tell that story is I think that we always forget. These people are human when they are making.
"seven minutes" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Seven minutes before the top of the hour and Hugh returning kind of interrupting his a little vacation with Hillsdale dialogues with doctor Larry aren't that will be coming up in our number three so we got about twenty seven minutes of outstanding conversation love to be had with this with one of this morning Dallas Bob France by the way if you just turn on the radio sitting on once again and for Hugh Hewitt here on the Salem radio network in my hometown of Cleveland Ohio the really factor dot com studios of AM fourteen twenty the answer share this with you speaking on matters of race we've heard the president called a racist called a bigot call this call that call the other thing in every measurable way I don't know that it has ever been worse than what we got from MSNBC and Chris Matthews last night Chris Matthews declaring that the president of the United States wants to exterminate let me use this word slowly exterminate black people this this was set on live television about the president of the United States sit down because this will make you fall over if you don't faster than fast too fast is a word it's vermin is it said Larry in term to go back and read garbled stuff is all about the Jews in that case it was a good use of the word vermin infested is is obsessed with this thing about cities well in this is this is not the playbook right I mean you do you hear me humanize people you say they're infested gives you a reason to I don't know to exterminate or something like that and I you heard it clearly this was this was Chris Matthews and his guests saying that president trump when he talks about the rodent infestation in west Baltimore which by the way is so bad that organ which is a pest removal they respond to infestations has declared them to be one of the top ten worst cities in America in terms of rat infestations it is so bad in in Baltimore with the rat infestation that there was a documentary made called rat film by PBS featuring all of the infestation in Baltimore of rats and these people on on MSNBC are literally declaring that president trump said best station refers to the people who live there and not the squalor in the conditions that they find themselves in due to the rat infestation and the lack of action by their representatives like Elijah Cummings it is by all accounts Baltimore is infested with rats and they say that the use of that word indicates vermin and thus that they should be exterminated while they're right the rats should be exterminated not to human beings there are trying to equate trump statement with hip Larry in language gurgles you heard Chris Matthews say and of course look what they did to the Jews it is simply it's beyond the pale if I yeah I mean I I'm looking for new ways to say that this is a new low for the American laughed and I don't know that I can find any way to say it that really matches it it is beyond the pale it is reprehensible it is disgusting and it is indefensible but this is who they are and what they do each I give you the audio before it it you know with a for Ryan and see if if if there is truly a division in this country that is being intentionally widened I ask you who is really intentionally whiting widening at the president the United States who criticized Elijah Cummings on behalf of the constituents in west Baltimore or the the American left which continues to twist his words and turn them into something that he did not say the president feels bad you can tell for the people who are living in that prime infested poverty infested you rat infested area of Baltimore he feels bad for them is blaming Elijah Cummings Ford and they're trying to get into the president attacking them which is actually not the case now to that end I want to give it to more of the same but this isn't in particular Donald Trump I wanna go back to the democratic debate night number two on Wednesday when Tulsi Gabbard took camallo Heris apart over her career as Attorney General in the state of California as a prosecutor again this is of the the politics of racial identity this is what they engage in you should Tulsi Gabbard and other critics of come out here saying that she didn't do enough for minority the minority community in California in fact did them great harm by prosecuting them and putting people in jail for crimes that were jail where the I want you to listen not a cut seven did you did you expect that and from L. C. Gabbard had had you had interaction about that in the past and how do you think it went well I mean listen that I.
"seven minutes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of the exercise seven minute meditation. I. All I ask you to do is look at your eyelids. From the inside a very interesting thing happens, especially when you start to be aware of the finger a tingling. I finger of your right hand. I will not tell you much more than that. It costs you nothing to sit quite I seven minutes and do not try to help yourself to get better. Just wait. I see. Wait. See? Doing nothing chess. Look at the thoughts come. So angry thoughts come up. If they do come up chest. Oh. They will go away. And humidity comes. Because you've got so many angry hostels by reacting to what comes up I did not react to. Potato you would've reacted to potato and give it life. So if a person is cruel. And you. Get upset. You lose your life to.
"seven minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Or seven minutes. I'm gonna put a call in villa? Riley rally factor is on tonight. Twelve to top of the next hour. We've Stephen more and more aligned becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. Bill cunningham. The great American live with you every Sunday night. KOA NewsRadio time is nine thirty. Denver. Police are on scene of a shooting in the eighteen hundred block of south Wyandotte this hour one party was transported. For injury investigation is active and ongoing. We'll let you know more. When we find out President Trump says separating children that the border was much worse under the Obama administration on Twitter today. Trump said the Democrats policy of child separation on the border during the Obama administration was far worse than the way we handle it. Now, remember, the two thousand fourteen picture of children in cages the Obama years. Trump warned if you don't separate far more people will come the Broncos have officially been eliminated from the playoffs. They lost get last night seventeen to sixteen case. Keenum says the offensive game plan was good. Had a great scheme for for run attack. And you know, I thought we had a great great passing game tonight. Other guys held up really well and guys were making plays down the field. We got on a roll off a Bill was calling calling a great game. I just this short man Broncos are six and eight next update at ten I'm Roger on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. If you're headed towards the airport. Tonight's finding the major problems in the dry seventy mostly wide open as well as to twenty five and painted boulevard. Security wait time at about only five minutes. There is some construction on westbound, I seventy at SU seventy that's causing a very minor delay slowdowns now actually down through large perks instruction affecting southbound. I twenty five hundred Greenland road and work expected throughout the night on I twenty five to monument and Castlerock various lane closures in both directions until five tomorrow morning..
"seven minutes" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Eighty two point five close to me that is new music I from Ellie Goulding and sway league. Gonna play a seven minutes. Yes. I can tell you. Oh, my. Does woman done. Everybody. Hey, this is Khalid. And you're listening to MOViN ninety two point five. Seattle's number one ABC.
"seven minutes" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Shop for in home health care for their parents, and the baby boomer's if all you do is watch you think they all have hep C. That's. I I don't think. So I felt I don't think Seinfeld is worried about job security yet. But that's sort of the direct yet. Yeah. Come back to center from the microphone sorry. You would you do instead of Ulim into the Mike. That's that's really cool at you. And I I mean, I you and I talked about, but I had went to an open night night. And and what's the people who were pretty awful until I could do that. I'm funny. And and it was and they said. It was a seven minute set. So it was a long time ago. It was twenty five years ago. Seven minutes that you'd get seven minutes I've blacked to the guy that manager and gun into fifteen speaking figures. Exactly, right. And I went away, and I wrote it and did the whole thing. And and there was some funny selfish. I'm so now that I don't know whether material is now. But I I deliver fifty minutes in seven minutes so fast. I never gave anybody any time to laugh Dina death. But unlike you, I didn't go back, and now is one of the things that you know, as not many things in my life. I regret, but that's one of the things I regret is that come with me. We'll go I'll take, but I got my seven minutes any more. But it's not same thing. It's you know. That is that pushing yourself to do something extra. And there are those pots of is that we don't really fully tap into. And I you know, and I love comedy. I mean, you know, I mean people say why love comedy, but I always feel like yeah. Everybody loves comedy. But not everybody gets comedy. I think it's a different thing. Right. A certain it's hard. I'm I'm I'm trying in my life. I'm trying to go out and find the funny a little bit more, and I can find funny situations. But actually crafting a punchline out of them it still beyond my re. I mean, not beyond my reach. But it's still really hard. And so I keep a notebook with me all the time. And I write down funny situations or something my kids say, but it's the people who are really succeeding in comedy. When I told one guy I did twenty-seven open mic or twenty six in six months. He did twenty six in the last two weeks. So he literally goes to a seven o'clock and nine o'clock in midnight open mic night. And then the next day he hits two more. So he does like fourteen to week. And I'm like, yeah. I gotta get home to my wife and kid. I can't do that the the thing. Right. That's that's. A lifestyle. Yes. I talked to wants to be a guy. I was talking to last week. That's his goal. He wants to beat. That's how he wants to make his living. Right. And that's great next thing is the is this a refinement of something I'm doing in my career or two will add to that. Or is this something I'm doing as a is vastly different. You know, as we as we come to the end of the show. I want to ask you, you know, in the context of of getting over this paradox of potential. In the.
"seven minutes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And the low should be about seventy we're looking at sun and clouds on sunday high eighty two we warm to eighty seven by monday have a great afternoon keep it real handy for about another hour so particularly east of the city this is meteorologist bill seventy seven wabc where new york comes to talk in cosby who dedicated to fight crime chase down the street bus back dudas sweet please welcome rita cosby there's a lot of heat on the president issues people dc to your neighbor red berets are helping the cities beer courteously wa president of the guardian angels curtis lihua that was an explosive energy carter's in cosby because curtis jaws seven abc this blow it's seven minutes has a high atop madison square garden in these great facility that will protect us from any inclement weather unlike all of you as bill evans says she gestured today it's dicey out there so prepare to honker down thanks to njdiet dot com but boy here is his story different a lot of nakas a lot of joy to my heart because you group approaches were on this reserve in south africa late at night and this is generally when the lions are active it's just like cats you know feline zero up in the wee hours of the morning like owls and lion so likewise and they're on the prow so these poachers they have boots they've got clubs she got highpowered rifles with silences got wire cutters and an axe and what they were trying to do was get onto the reserve and then it would have been used to remove slain rhino horns which fetch a lot of money especially in asia where the asians especially the red chinese think that it has power said it'll make you potent in terms of your sexuality it'll edel supersize your libido and they will spend incredible amounts of money in order to get that and then all of a sudden they make their way into the reserve and these coaches ran headlong into a pack aligns and the lions came at them in all directions and just chavez them they killed them and the next day when the warden of the reserve came around to inspect on all the animals because he give a count on the animals because often times approaches will come in the middle of the night and then just steal away with the animals they found three pairs of boots on the ground three pairs of gloves a high powered rifle with a silence so cutters an axe and remnants of human bodies strewn all over the reserve and the lions had to be euthanized at that time actually not euthanized tranquilized because obviously it would have been dangerous for the warden and his fellow mates to inspect the area but they soon woke up and then we're on the prowl again and i just want to give them a standing ovation for getting those poachers because it's beautiful and no doubt following us michael savage he will probably give a double standing ovation one one of the few times we actually agree rita costs i am telling you right now hunt is a big game are psychopaths don't believe the big light it had doing to protect the species they're psychopaths and these guys i think are by the way suburbia game reserve in south africa i win what are the probably most special trips in my life i took my mother and it was sort of a trip of a lifetime we went to a game reserve in south africa and they appreciate the animals ours was a photo safari and i told you if my mother like you know salt like a fly she would've taken it out on the glass and would not have even stomped on an aunt or a fly that was the household that i grew up in and so i love animals and the the.
"seven minutes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Seven minutes really cosby my boy rudy we're gonna get into it for a lot of the program today everything he had to say in defense of the president his client now in personal matters but i love the one he said you come after he bunk we go to war but jared yeah no he's expendable he's a guy he's expendable well and you know what also of course the big bombshell everybody coming from rudy giuliani is talking about this payments saying yes that donald trump did make the payment that he reimbursed michael cohen and then in the last few hours giuliani saying well he may not have known about it for the last few weeks so so many developing everybody we have a huge scoop today we're going to have michael albano the first time he's been here on wabc and you and i have a lot of questions for him he's going to be joining us in an hour that is stormy daniels attorney he's going to be here live so you definitely want to tune in for that he's going to be joining us at one zero five and boy do you and i have a lot of questions for him because he was of course watching rudy very closely and also i just tweeted out by the way and you'll see also on the curtis and cosby twitter and facebook and also wabc we're gonna also if you have any particular questions that curtis an i that you would like us to maybe ask michael avenue stormy daniels attorneys send it to us we follow twitter we follow facebook of course so send it into curtis and cosby or wabc or courtesy where rita cosby we will try to get to some of your questions if you cook because he's gonna join us line if he's calling in at one zero five today stormy daniels attorney right after the big bombshell from rudy giuliani so apparently rudy had sat with oppression and donald trump and they discussed what his presentations would be last night on sean hannity show fox news.
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"Let key lessons from two thousand nonfiction books fifteen i mean that's a cheat seven minutes either read fiction and nonfiction condenses them interesting i seven minutes now is that crime on is that a light to get to the cost of really quick dents in hard material does that understand the essence of nature is that undermining publishing the jillian i think trying to avoid the i did our of the writer and the ultimate flare around everything cause sometimes we get caught in the flare and not the point when it's not fixed i had to go for the point so let's just find the points of an take those kind of absorb it when it comes to fiction i'm a bit more concerned of the story so i'd rather them not slide away the story but i pick up the as i go found it quiet for me coming into running innovation those books money absolute determination not one one of those of those says what is in the cover tell you but the full checks term in the same thing yeah getting set code genius but string and blog post into an entire book so those ones very very well i agree with alex assassin extent that there's something about fiction that if it's a whole will work i think it it's it's like going on waters things that hope to spark notes about so sleep on those two but then it's what are you reading for if you are reading because you want to talk to your friends at this bit of information into a conversation neutrals of this book then i get why you would do that but if you want to actually find out about something if you watch what just wants to sit down and read a book i think it's pointless i don't think that's the point of bring your friends.
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"The people you pick stuff up for yourself i guarantee it every time yes i know there is not a time that i don't there was not like if i go shopping at christmas times the worst i spent so much money but most of it as i myself most shocking i know i do it every single time i birthdays this week of i know you set it three times in the last forty seven minutes oh well happy birthday me it's not today though stop it is usually a stop this is usually the time that i go on by myself my game other carbon oris car really do largely i've seen you do it what i mean it might be moped time i have one but it's currently playing for stuff than what are you talking about you pay for now but you you know you're one of those guys like what the coffee in the milk here in this you figured out the bit it just charges nobody let's recharge anything if you can write a check yeah you know something that was the great part about being my age and you know in the '80s '90s in early 2000s when they let you right of does the best what a great scam that was can is still do the holds goals gamla guys do all the time roland i dunno year see your lights are ready to get shut off and he said hey i'm sending a cheque now no you know how why was everything they could take right out of europe bank account immediately they don't want that's why when you go to a store and you write a check what they do is it going to run the numbers and make sure the money's there and take it right out so they have the stupid check into anything i did that with furniture and tell you the story that i've of moving into a new place years ago bought one for no reason that somebody else renting apartments by a house i went to the furniture company bought a lot of stuff bedrooms set everthing bureaus in the complete bedrooms but i didn't have a nickel.