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Bears Coach Matt Nagy Insists Andy Dalton Will Be The Starting QB
"Bears head coach matt. What did he do man. Nagy insisted that. Andy dalton would be the bear starting quarterback for week one his quote. And i'll read it off for you. Andy dalton has our starter. Justin is our number two. And we're going to stick with this plan. You just got us. Trust the plan. Yeah you got to set. The budget magician strikes again. I got a bunch of cards right in the right the fi. You never know where they're gonna go. Man thanks matt wasn't there was something about going around saying it's fun to throw his very him. Say there's just there's no outcome to where where there's no area where yeah scenario. Fields is the starting quarterback. And look. I i get you told andy dalton some things when you coerced him to join your your team but as the head coach of an nfl fan. Did i hit you in. The i know no good you look like you've laze bleeding if you're the head coach of this team and you're not leaving at least a scenario where justice fields as your week one starter. You're being a bad coach. Yes there should be a scenario where you allow a player to beat out another player so the best one play
Brooklyn Nets' Kyrie Irving Out, James Harden Available for Game 6
"Nets and Bucks are back on the court on Thursday, Game six. Coming up in Milwaukee, Brooklyn, rallied on the back of Kevin Durant to win Game five. Take a 32 series lead there, they can close it out. In Game six, but they will be shorthanded again. James Harden was not at 100%, but he did return played in Game five. He's available for Game six. Kyrie Irving, meanwhile, still out with his sprained ankle, which he suffered in Game four, not even making the trip to Milwaukee. The Nets are preparing for the possibility that Irving may not return this series.
January 6 Should Not Be the Only Date to Remember; Democrats Have Been Long Violent Before
"1971 1983 real live shootings and bombings. The Marxist left. And several of them were pardoned by Jimmy Carter. And one of the people one of the masterminds as Barack Obama's close friend and political mentor. 21. Republicans voted No on this bill. Ladies and gentlemen, here you have the speaker, the number one Democrat in the House and the number three Clyburn calling federal law enforcement start troopers while they're trying to defend government, property and other property. Here you have a Democrat president pardoning Puerto Rican terrorists. Here you have another Democrat, president, Friends, Political allies associates with a domestic terrorist. Isn't it amazing? But you see, January 6th is the day we must remember. January, 6th. I would remind the phony attorney general, the United States. Chase down Clansmen chased down the neo Nazis. Conservatives. Republicans. Constitutionalists had nothing to do with them. We reject them. In fact, we reject all violence. But apparently, sir, you do not Because you excuse what happened in Portland in your testimony to become attorney general? You said that wasn't domestic terrorists because it happened at night. Night.
Why Are There Un-Indicted Co-Conspirators Regarding January 6 Charges?
"Is, if you read the charging documents with the people charged with this January 6th the trespassing charges up at the Capitol and some other charges that are more serious. When you read the indictments, there are a number of people in the indictments who are quote unindicted co conspirators. What does that mean? Why does it matter here? How does it relate to America? Harlan saying white supremacy is he number one threat to the homeland? Unindicted co conspirators. Who are they? Why are they unindicted if their co conspirators? I mean, if I'm a you know me, Mike and producer Jim, we're out. God forbid conspiring to rob a bank. And we all get arrested. We should all get indicted and go to federal prison for bank robbery Correct. So if you read a charging document in that charging documents laying out the case against me And it says, you know, Dan and producer Jim and unindicted Co conspirator three were on the phone. Well, why are Dan and Jim going to jail and unindicted co conspirators? Not Well, the most likely answer folks as people cooperate way the federal law enforcement operation works is when you arrest people you think you can use you can sign them up. You sign them up with their attorney to cooperation agreement. They agree to do a B and C Whatever a B and C maybe. Making recorded phone calls to other targets showing up with a wire on producing financial documents. And then the government agrees to engage in a plea agreement. Typically, I'll plead to a lesser charge or even no charges at all. Sometimes that's the way it works. So why are there so many unindicted co conspirators in these January six charging documents? It's not a conspiracy theory. You can read the darn documents yourself there right there in the revolver piece.
American Greatness Reporter Julie Kelly on the Mistreatment of January 6 Prisoners
"And now an extremely troubling story that I'm seeing other people and by the way, including myself latching onto now because you produce such a volume of evidence. Here that the treatment of these January six prisoners has been absolutely abhorrent Number one for a Constitution Republicans. Secondly, Julie, I'd like to do for you to address how many of those prisoners from Antifa and BLM are being treated the same way in equal conditions if you wouldn't mind. So, Dan, I'll answer your last question first, which is none. Not only is Biden's DOJ not pursuing the ANTIFA BLM rioters from last year they're actively dropping cases against Portland Antifa criminals for far worse crimes than what we saw in January six. This includes Attacking federal officers. As you know, when you talked about yesterday, destroying federal property, Chris Wray was actually confronted about this. During his testimony last week, the FBI director he tap danced around It claimed that they were still looking at all the evidence that a lot of what happened with the 2020 social justice riots if you want to call them that, or they call them that, um, there there were mostly local and state offense is not federal, so he really kept Around that. Meanwhile, you have at least three dozen January six defendants languishing for months in solitary confinement conditions in a D. C. Prison that apparently has been set up justice specifically House them under pretrial detention orders. This is not that they have already had a trial. They've been convicted. They are in jail, awaiting delayed trials for months on end. As the government drags these cases out into really next year's midterm
Amazon's Poor Treatment of Workers Is Catching Up to It
"Days right around the corner but amazon and the news for other reasons and not good roger. Chang and this is your daily charge. You're talking about amazon. And the faces is an ecommerce. Beat reporter atallah. There are number of amazon stories that came out yesterday taking a critical look at what it's like to work there. It's not pleasant Before we get to those stories you had a piece about Specifically looking at the long lines wait times at some of these amazon warehouses Brief summary of what your stories about So right now. A group of amazon warehouse workers are suing over ovid nineteen helps checks as they wait to enter the workplace in coffee in and they say can take place twenty five minutes so they're not paid for they happen before clock in And they're suing thing. They should be paid. An amazon has a history of being sued for unpaid time like that. They also underwent a series of lawsuits over not paying for people to stand in line for security texas. They left the building at the end of their shifts. And took that all the way up to the supreme court So right now. There's just sort of battle over what's paid time. What's not paid time even if it's something that amazon requires that employees
Pelosi Says House Will Move Forward With January 6 Investigations
"Be a congressional investigation into the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capital, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to huddle with Democrat committee chairs to determine what form that will take. She could create a select committee to probe the cause is in response to the riot. The Senate failed to pass the bill that would have created a special 9 11 style commission to study it.
Searching for Akerns
"Before you get to indoctrinated i want you to take a second note the way that you pronounce. The words spelled a. c. o. r. n. Say it out loud and remember it. It means something. I've always been interested in aikman's i've looked for them relentlessly since i was a boy. It wasn't until i was an adult. I realized there was national attention about the way the word was pronounced. I've been in the arena so to speak on this debate for some time. Imagine it's kind of like being born into a war. You didn't know you were fighting. Maybe you or even the one instigating but you didn't know why acres porn it. I've always felt this. We're going to discuss the puzzle. Piece they play in acquiring wild meat specifically for white tailed deer. But i think will find other reasons why they're
Frazier Snaps Tie, Yankees Come Back to Beat Blue Jays 6-5
"New York scored four unanswered runs to edge trouble six five at Salem feel tied at five of the eight runner Tyler Wade stole second allowing pinch hitter click freezer to score Wade and the game winning run with a double off blue jays reliever Jordan role model New York soccer tripled home runs including rookie Chris Gittens his first of his career all hundred review in the fourth I don't care if it was a home run for a base hit a little wherever that was amazing feeling I just thank god that I was able to get a home run tonight John of the laser picked up the win he six and to which to me is a loss to to fall to one and what role does Chapman picked up his thirteenth six hundred on the debate
Democrats weigh next steps on Jan. 6 probe
"Giving the bipartisan negotiations a week, maybe 10 days before assessing the next step.
California Reopens, Says Goodbye to Most Covid Rules
"It's a big day for millions of california their reopening after fifteen months restrictions. She's it's the happiest place on earth. Disney land allow out of state visitors. Hey but there's a mask mandate it's also ending for those who are fully vaccinated. So i don't know how that works. The actually said which. I was surprised by this. They are not requiring any type of vaccine passport zealand. There's basically kind of like the the trust some they're trusting people say yeah am fully vaccinated so i can go on and who's not gonna say that for right right. Of course they are. Of course i got back suneeta
Did Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Get Secretly Married?
"Over the weekend. That gwen stefani and blake shelton. Got married and this all stems from two different things wine an instagram post that when made on friday where she actually row as her caption she's getting married and it's a photo of her holding a gift and a glass of wine or champagne or something but then saturday she was spotted wearing. What definitely looks to me like a sparkly diamond wedding band along with her. Massive engagement rings so and blake and gwen just got back from oklahoma where he has that rants and also where earlier this year. He said he built a chapel on the grounds of the ranch that they plan to use for their wedding ceremony. Which he said was gonna take place sometime this year. Something can all of those details tied together. Means they're married
US Lawmakers Drop Antitrust Hammer on Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook
"A group of us house. Representatives introduced five bills targeting. The likes of amazon apple Google what are these bills. Actually do or spell out right well collectively they really do represent some of the most substantial if passed would be the most substantial change to the basic principles of a straw of antitrust law in the us In generations you know most of the main legislation that we have dictating things like monopolies what defines a monopoly force to prevent monopolies from forming their over century old and so collectively. They represent a bipartisan. You know as you said. Nobody seems to agree on anything in washington at this stage of our history but republican democrat The out agree that from their perspective. Big tech is too big
3 US Mass Shootings Occurred in Under 6 Hours
"Underway around the us after three mass shootings in just six hours. They happened in the cities of austin texas chicago illinois and savannah. Georgia i. Nine people were shot in savannah including a toddler and a teenager on friday night. One man was killed so far. Police don't have any suspects or many details about exactly what happens then early saturday morning. The one in austin happened police say two gunmen opened fire. On a crowded downtown street one person was killed and thirteen others hurt. One shooter who is younger than eighteen years old was arrested. The other is still on the run next less than an hour later in chicago to men opened fire on a group of people on the city's south side. One woman was killed. Nine other people were hurt. Police are still looking for suspects in that shooting to satellite. These three shootings are part of a disturbing trend in the us. The gun violence archive says so far this year there have been two hundred sixty seven mass shootings that group too finds a mass shooting as an incident in which four or more people are shot. And it's not alone and tracking the trend. Usa today spoke to a criminologist who blames a lot of divisiveness in the world. Today on top of more guns and warm weather he calls it a quote potentially deadly
Golden Knights Top Avalanche 6-3, Reach Stanley Cup Semis
"Vegas took the lead in the second period and never let go in a six to three victory over the avalanche after dropping the first two games of the series the golden knights roared back to win the next four on this night and assist and the go ahead goal came from Alex for trans lo awaiting Vegas is a red hot opponent Montreal the Canadiens winners of seven straight for Colorado it's dashed Stanley Cup aspirations come with a parting gift the president's trophy I'm Bruce Morton
S14E14 Letter Copy Magic - burst 06 -ttbb1
"Welcome to season fourteen episode. Fourteen of the to poke cost recording on tuesday. That's very hot and this week we're going to share our favorite lennox. Applications will have some come online love and the hassem road like elements apparently. And we'll have your listener feedback My name's allen and with me this week is mark. Hello mark alan. How're you see. That's nice martin sweaty Yes and unfortunately the ice block. I have shoved down. My under crackers is fast melting. This something else. What have you been up to martin other than ice. I have recently got a y. Max'ed fourteen inch ips portable touchscreen monitor. The amazon description of the item is exactly the description. This is a It looks like a tablet basically. It looks it. Looks like an eye pad believe. That's what they called. So it's a fourteen inch screen and it's got usb c and hdmi inputs and you can obviously connected by those things. They have speakers bill in and It's terrific and i use it for plugging in random devices that i just need a screen full. I've got a little tablets. Stand that he sits in. And if i just plug a screening that's terrific. I guess grain. It's ten eighty pay. It looks great. I mean it's a really great picture. Looks like a high quality laptop panel But if you plug in one. The usb ports to the pc is the touchscreen we know calibration and it's really great. And if you plug into you know A device just dave usb c you screen power and touch a one cable so i i realized this thing it's rather funky and it's got a superpower the i didn't think of when i bought it by now us all the time. 'cause it's like a free standing monitor. It just sits in a tablet. Stand like a tablet. Would if you've got on the kitchen surface cooking. I've been playing retro shoot-em-ups and i can just pick the monitor up. I'm putting in portrait orientation and now play vertical scrolling shooter maps in the correct orientation is absolutely fantastic for retro games that
Islanders Beat Bruins 6-2 in Game 6, Reach Stanley Cup Semi-Finals
"The islanders are heading to the semi finals for the second straight year following a six two win over the Bruins the islanders took control with a three goal second period entered the semifinal rematch against the lightning the game was tied one one in the second until Brock Nelson scored two straight goals in a seven nineteen span place is rocking tonight the fans are feed us energy team played great Kyle Palmieri made it for one with a stuff shot against two Carrasco who stopped twenty three of twenty seven shots Brad Marchand second power play goal of the night through the Bruins within four to early in the third but the islanders I stood on empty netters by cal Clutterbuck and Ryan Pulock I'm Dave Ferrie
"6%" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
"Five on this blockbusters one requests per connection so Open a connection do a thing. Throw it away this reticence. Optimized for that there are some clients depending on your language. The we'll do connection pooling for you. Like i spent a lot of time in java script and so i i don't use connection pooling java script because java scripts gonna have a single thread. Anyhow they note is and read has has a single thread so there's actually no benefit in having multiple connections because that connection connections never going to be doing more than one thing at the time anyhow and so Generally when i'm using note i create that connection and i just hang onto it for the entire life of the process like clayton. I think my first experience with lettuce was a couple years ago. Starting out with a blog post editorial following along with getting up running with docker container and it was very much here the need in development by the way. Don't use these commands going. Oh that's that's very helpful. Thank you the bad thing is as you develop a muscle memory for those commands. And then it's just really easy like just spitting machine gun. Fire them out on your keyboard. And then you're like oh crap sa- think it'd be fun to have like a community driven game or something where out of maybe you're searching for something but if you pick up the wrong item it does a flush and you lose. The entire community loses all progress. And that's why we don't let clinton in charge. So what else we. We've talked about the multiple purposes for reticent in the multiple uses are there other use cases that we haven't discussed yeah message queuing servicing communication kind of things. There's a couple of ways that that can work. That are interesting. Like if you just want to build a basic cue. I think there's some. There's some ruby libraries around this where you can just use and factors that there's a command that will pop thing from one side of a list and then push it to the other side of another list so you can.
What Is the Future of Supersonic Travel?
"So let's first talk about area on They ceased business after spending eighteen years in development on the program. So guy what happened. Well thanks molly. It's a good question. I mean the the bottom line is they ran out of money and After such a long time it seems like a tragedy But you know as far as the industries concerned. Everybody thought aryan and the as to support select business. Jet would probably be the front runner as far as reentering. The the world of commercial civil supersonics. So yeah. It was a big shocker. And i really think that if it really hadn't been for this boom announcement that you that you just mentioned that people would still be questioning. Whether the whole supersonic thing had been derailed us by this but yeah basically bottom line is They were extraordinary. Extend with new round of funding and the existing shareholders which. Were going to be part of this Were reluctant to continue to invest. And that was part of the Sort of the discussions. The negotiations that were involved in extending this new round of financing so without the buy in of the existing investors. There was just nowhere for them to go so sadly it was. It was wrapped up brother in a hurry
"6%" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
"Maui give it on the same day went. Wpf for for windows. So i think it really starts to set like there're definitely has been a a of sorts. That microsoft was maybe a less invested in these mobile platforms. And when you like fully integrate it everything gets delivered in the same way on the same day..
"6%" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
"I've i've tried Super difficult so What this means is that all the mobile workloads will be just one hundred percent integrated and experiences will be the And you'll just be able to mix and match components as you would like will be easy to expose a web server and a mobile app should you should you want to. Does that. mean the iran again. I know you're not. I've heard mixed different different things so maybe i don't have the right information is. Is it going to be able to work with lenox desktop or is that something. That's coming or great question So microsoft is not supporting a lennox desktop kind of Version of maui in this particular timeframe i absolutely could see it. I see two things happening for sure. One is community. Support him for lennox based on like one of the toolkits like t t k for example or Another one is is that Microsoft just decides to go and build it in like donald seven. Are donna date so okay. Okay yeah i guess the other aspect which is Maybe less obvious Steria right in front of the face is it also means we'll ship at the same time so like we didn't have shared ship schedules. So it means that you know if there's some new whiz bang api that's in the product like espn dot net and maui. Get it on the same day in our. If there's a new tools capability than spn natta..
"6%" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
"Not only do. I have to think about how how we best build a product around that but also what it one of the questions that customers are going to end up asking me So that like one of the things everyone has these weird personality traits. One of them with me is i absolutely hate being footed like to a great extent So that's why. I put a lot of emphasis on thinking about what i might be asked so that i can seem credible. 'cause being less than credible is is something i try to avoid are container images are getting a ton of use like we get over ten million pulls a month of those Across the globe. It's amazing that there are still those in the industry. They don't realize that dot net. Nc sharp are are cross platform. They don't realize that there are. There are things such as docker containers. Docker image is running these things they don't realize that we can run on all of the platforms. Has it been a struggle to get that communication out. There has been a struggle to get the the run times on the different environments. It was definitely a struggle at first on the messaging. You know i. i think there's two different parts of the messaging problem. One is just the pure people don't know part of it but then the other one is more the credibility being taken seriously part. You know when we started it was definitely the idea while the us. If you're going to run a web server on lenox geno should be note or something like that when we very first started. Go isn't quite as popular as it is now but when we started it was definitely node. I don't feel that same that same feeling anymore. In in part because of these upstart technologies. I don't use that term negatively just meeting new Like rusting go have kind of like broken. The perception that java and node are the the lennox favor technologies and maybe even to some degree..
"6%" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
"That's best on the lts train if you've got an application that you know you have a deaf team working on pretty much. Dan and day out all the time. Then i'm not sure what else is buying you because you know we try and make it so that switching from you know donna. Five six or nine six. Two hundred. Seven is straightforward. So if you're an active development you should just stay right alongside us And then you also have much more of an opportunity to give feedback and influence the direction whereas you know if if you're on done at six Seven and then we're working on done at a. You're a little bit detached from a kind of core issues of the day. It's not to say that your feedback isn't useful. It's totally useful. But i mean but yeah but you know clearly if someone is like giving us feedback and they're completely Oriented on what the last release was. And you know they've they've on the completely on the narrative they've read the last chapter It's just so much easier to have a conversation with them. 'cause we're just talking exactly the same language so i know we're again. We're going to be focused on that sex. But should i be targeting. One of the if i if i have a new application that i'm working on trying to be targeting. Starting with dot net three or go donna. Five and just expect to move to six or should i be looking at a preview of sex right now if you so. We're gonna ship in november. Which i think you guys know. If you were going to ship after november in january or february i would just start with six have super high confidence in it and i also have confidence in dates like are effectively part of our leadership team and we want to make those november dates very badly Like there's a lot of emphasis on those like we want a simple as that Ticket extremely seriously And i was going to make one other point. Oh yes switches back to having high confidence about done at six so we started doing this Certainly would done a five. And maybe with donna go through. I can't remember but we have. You know microsoft dot sorry dot net dot microsoft dot com website and it it runs on the product so big big prize and so we both definitely for done a five and done at six. We moved the website to preview..
"6%" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
"Allu- and welcome into six-figure developer. Podcast the podcast where we talk about new and exciting technologies professional development clean code career advancement and more. I'm john calloway on clayton on. And i'm john nash. With us today. As richard lander riches a principal program manager on the dot net courtroom. He works on making dot net core work great in memory limited docker containers on arm hardware like the raspberry pi and enabling. Gpo programming and iot scenarios. Welcome rich thanks. Great to be on the show before we sort of jump into things. Would you give our listeners. Like a little introduction to yourself Perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry sure Yes so i'm canadian. Boarded bread From ontario and Went to school in. Well i guess my you know my. My dad wasn't exactly a computer and suzy but he thought we should be too so he He would bring home hardware thruster to play with in years on. That's what was kinda my start. Which i an incredibly thankful for you know twenty four hundred hundred baud modem than all the rest of it and then i went to school waterloo and then microsoft natives people knew somehow and which i did know a lot about And in two thousand. And i got hired at school and move to Seattle are ready for microsoft. And i've been there percents so that's kind of my origin story lounge. Yeah so what what What do you do these days from. Except yeah so. I work on the team at worked on like i said i joined microsoft in two thousand. I've been on the team since two thousand three. So i've worked on every release since including framework to. Oh
"6%" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"And she's the oldest. What's happened seven okay. What's happened all this boy went down the slide knocked into me. And he hit me and blah blah blah. Okay did did he say sorry. And she's bolan. She said nine sorry and ought to say read like you little paces she but he probably doesn't own any better. No no no should tell me that the parents of this kid sort and were able to intervene until their own son off. Let me tell you one thing. It never happens that way. I i've gone. Tell me which one of these gioja tells me points to. And i'll just say read like a red rag to a bull so have stormed in there and this kid luck. Donald top plaque whitman with a helicopter with the clip aspects. So darn things. Little thing right. And he's lock off just by smoking a kind on bad grad of walked in there and just looked at him in pointed at mossy. Get in here. And he looked and he shit himself literally. But you could say that he's like what's happened anyway then looked back at me realizing i'm not your down there. And he looked down and he just started laughing at me. And then i saw even rid stuff you on coming to get you. So colome an his and a fauna get up there and he's just writes down the slot so i went down the slot as well a good at the bottom and he'd run back to taibu. This was in a restaurant with a play area He'd run back to the table with his family. Bodmer montagne so in setback. Damn as soon as that damn he ran back into the pliant and i'll just followed him striding. The snake chasing mass. When's your court appearance by the left. A winning there and are caught him. And i said i you think it's funny little kids and he just to his credit. This kid doesn't always happen this but he started freaking out and said look. It was an accident. And i'm really sorry. Sorry come over until because she's really sad. Come inside that side that you sorry and again to his credit he did that so that was good but then at that point mark the parents came over because they saw that are basically dragged the key by the year to come and say sorry. Oh everything's okay over here. I said it is now but you kid. My niece and she was really sad. So he's come over to cy. Sorry yeah that's the end of. It's not the end of it though. Is that well. Because here's the thing. And i respect you for doing that. If you intervene.
"6%" Discussed on Run That Prank
"All right coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today. Get a load of this subject. I'm m. f. n. tired we'll get into that. A little bit of you said yesterday right now your juniors in for the nephew with today's prank phone. Call what you got for for junior all right the prank today ladies and gentlemen is six to ten six a cat. Hello hello please. What is You work at sandwich shop. Was this okay would you. You work last wednesday like from six to i. Guess six to close. Yeah i work every wednesday. Yeah who who is this. My name is ralph And i basically You know looked around and try and get your phone. I got a bit of a complaint. Wait way way way. Wait you calling me with a complaint on my cellphone. Who gave you my number I've done the research to get your number man. And what i'm calling you about is while i was in there getting a sandwich and eating. I'm realizing that you came out of the bathroom without washing your hands. First of all you need to be calling the corporate headquarters if you've got a complaint or you got at eight hundred on the back of your receipt not be calling my cell phone your cell phone. I'm a look. Listen listen the problem. Is that you coming up. Not washing your hands. I will never come out and not wash my hands first of all. I'm working for three years. Okay coming at me. When no came out and i watch my hand washing your man for three years and you you come out. You know unsanitised. you're treating people off. Don't first of all. Don't be calling them by. I wash my hand like. I say i've been there three years. I've been employee of the month six times. There'll be somebody whenever this book. You must must be the nasty employee of the month. 'cause you come you not washing your hands. I saw you scratch your head put not zone on my hands. Only leave but don't be calling. You need to be calling headquarters if you've got a complaint. I'll tell you what i'm gonna call here course. I'm coming out a month to see if you're going to be up with some gloves on or you're gonna come out there of the bathroom again with the same thing gonna be from six to close seek the club you come up there tomorrow. I'll make sandwich. I won't do what i'm gonna make a sandwich out. Show who you talking to you now. Me call on my phone with his. Hey let me tell you something. All i'm saying this right here if i come up in their two more and find out you ain't got gloves all you get what you gonna. I'm gonna be there from six to ten. I know call nobody. I call them my brothers. My cousin uncle the numbers myself. Excuse me you you take on a man. I'm your mom myself. that's what i say. Get nasty behind in the bathroom and wash your hands. He put wait a minute. You he says you know. Become a food like that. Bring your own up to ten. You know what. I work six fifteen. And i'll go look y'all talking to. I don't even know who you are. But i know not the mall. I'm a no tomorrow bring up throwing up. There speaks to walk. Y'all i'm coming up there tomorrow. Tomorrow might in fact. I'm so you had to be sanitized. I'll be with some gloves on. do you hear me. You don't talking about what they still get. They will kind of anyways. Be talking about fighting you you are. What would you tell me coming up to see you. The mall is you is. You won't be ready. When i get up there you anyway. Dakar become you go fight with some hand wash. Bring your perks what it is sixteen. I'm gonna be expected. It'll be at five forty five. Supper flocking animal. Look you're talking to the get. Go talk to separate them while sixteen. See you're gonna see what's up putting say to you for come up tomorrow. You got to say okay. I'm your listening to make what what what this isn't. If you tommy. From the steve harvey morning. Hey this isn't if you tabby from the steve harvey morning show. You got pray by your coworkers. You see man. Y'all got think the t in the mall. I guess she go to watch your bag every every hour on the hour. I got some for her. I ain't gonna harder. But i'm definitely going to do in the mall. Believe that was you know. I was share. You know man. You don't even know what she had store for you. You're gonna pull me up and they probably wouldn't have been enough either. Got one more thing as you baby girl what. What is the bad is radio station in the land. Writing out steve. Harvey morning check. She had no bag down in her. But you see here. What tommy didn't know said i.
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"Were on right now and the other devices even can move to those devices and achieve that. If i started out my plan was going to do this. And there's a roadblock like we're gonna try to fast as roadblock because i want this consistent experience across the board have there been any roadblocks or other things to take into consideration when writing applications for arm in in dot net dot net core and we are recording this on november ninth so the the eve to the dot net five release. Are there things that we can look forward to in that. Release that you're aware of yes. So don at five is the actual. I fully supported donna build. That runs on windows arm. Sixty four so they did. The last year managed to compile dot net cord three dot. One two run on it but yes definitely not supported but for we have full support. The dot net team all contributors. They're putting heavy work and they have been over the past year to really ramp up on the windows done when his arm. Sixty four support for this. The only thing that we're not going to see for that yet. Is i believe why. No we're not gonna see wpf because there have been some. When brought wpf over imported from donna framework and donna core they discount went arrigo test.
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"To light you to Rick Foster basically on your application. And you mentioned that there are some some large companies out there using next year or some smaller companies. Of course, some of the case studies that I saw on the website included who and marvel dot com can you speak to? Be Like, are you involved with helping those teams get up to speed or what does that have been like? Yes, are in touch with many of the larger companies that use next essay tend to reach out in one support in some way. So it's definitely something that we help I'd with. Santana food for example, they they ran basically like what you're talking about before like there's multiple teams building all these different services. And Davis physically, their whole web property is running on next. So discuss from the the homepage to to basically their whole web player. Like waiting to see where you what series all that to like alder FAQ pages or customer support like all that is running next. Gets Marvel like it's their main website that rental necks. And those many other like really large like Alexa top one, hundred or Alexa. Top One K ranking sites I think the biggest is one in China which is called. Q Dot Com which is large don't premiums. In the world is like fort in Lexus plundered, which also running on next which is, yeah. We're we're seeing massive adoption from like creating large companies, but also like the long tale of Smarter websites like my personal homepage I love h is also running on next. This is really interesting to see that. Basically, the framework skill to like the needs of the re large companies, but also need self like smaller websites and like personal homepages that. Do you think that that has to do with the the ease of use the the low barrier of entry, the the lack of pain in getting up and quickly. Yeah. So I definitely think that it's related to that. You can basically like scale up the Patriots concept to like hundreds of pages..
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"Speakers, featured user groups and meet ups and featured conferences. Also, utilizing cognitive search. So at the top of the page, there's a search bar that you can type in someone's name. For instance, you can not worry too much about spelling it correctly because of got the cognitive search tuned to allow for fuzzy searches and I've got a name that people often misspell my last name by a letter or so and it now, I still show up in search results. Of course, I plugged in application insights to make sure that I'm understanding how the application is performing getting all of my logging metrics on the edge applications ice dashboard. Recently, we had a guest one talking about get hub actions. So have been utilizing a variety of different get hub actions to build and test applications as well as deploy them to Azure all of the sources available on get hub and is open source and I'm looking for contributors. So if anybody out there has any experience with any of these technologies or has no experience in is looking to get involved then certainly welcome any and all contributions. So, let's let's go through mammy not one by one but but a few of those, you mentioned that you're using static website through azure storage. Does that mean that the actual web application itself or not the web application with actual site that if somebody were to go to it is service, it's just it's just html in Java script. So. Right now, I've got the react APP and the web. API application running on an APP service plan utilizing as the OS for those. And I i. do believe that I could probably also run the react APP as a static site out of the storage account. However, what I am doing is using the static website for storage to serve up the images of the speakers, conferences and user groups. Okay and so that allows me to just kind of throw all the images into a bucket and allow that to be served up from the static website, and that seems to be working really well, I am actually pleasantly surprised at how well it's working in I'm. Thinking about moving the the react APP site to that as well. I even noticed that with all of the bits kind of plum together amusing museum I was actually to back down the the service levels of the APP service and things like that that I'm using to just above the free account. So amazing the bare bones minimum that you can get away with without relying on just the free stuff. Right now, I'm utilizing the Azure websites dot net euro thinking that I'm approaching where.
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"One of the great things about growing up in writing code when I did from. Ninety nine to two thousand ten. When I was mostly learning about design and practicing was because mostly building monoliths, even relatively small ones, but you know single practice services or applications. There was a lot of fertile ground. It was a lot of opportunity to practice factoring towards the kinds of things that we realized or now good things, and you know whether you think of it as functional core, imperative chef, or just using the dependency inversion principle in cranking it up to thirteen how I WANNA frame it. It's all the same the idea that you isolate state change to the boundaries of the system, and then there's a warm dry place in the middle where nothing bad can happen, then everything is just functions that turn objects in memory into other objects in memory. And how does that I mean you can? Bats where the substitution model of computing actually work can go back and read your structure of an interpretation computer. It all makes sense. In, their one of the things that I started teaching eventually became what I called eventually learn to call integrated tests or scam, or the idea is we build the? Single process monolith systems as loosely coupled modules talking to each other through well defined interfaces where instead of writing instead of writing unit tests, and then having to test to see if the system hangs together. I think each part of the system as a true module. With defy contract that I verify with tests. Called contract tests now had I known to call them. Consumer driven contract tests, and to put the words in Martin. Factors mouth I would have done that, but you know we can't all be. We can't be the the the popular figures that Martin Fowler is. What's kind of interesting about that or what the reason why I think that works well is I it helps people avoid these huge suites of tests that become exponentially more costly to maintain. But you're effectively building micro services in a single process. The just we call them objects, and we hide them. Hide interfaces because we're doing Java or C. Sharp, and what that does is that moves the it doesn't take the design stuff less important. It just means that you sort of have less practice designing when you own the design of pieces, it's hard factor, and so then the needle turns back in the direction of mostly. Clear contracts and learning how to. Your side without having to integrate it with their side, because integrating it with their pride is where all the pain and suffering happens, so you integrate with their tried to reverse engineer the contract, and then you were part with their contract, and either works with dozens. It doesn't solve all your problems, but it saves an awful lot of time which you can then use to just monitor the system running in production, and when something weird happens. Let's go looking for contract tests. That's either missing wrong and fix it. So I think one of the what's what's changed really is that we are going more back in the direction of an emphasis of untapped. And so we can have the unit argument more. We can have the micro testing argument for. The design. It hasn't gone away. Because understanding those designed principals helps us understand how to break the world into micro services, and whether we should use their mike their. OR THEIR API if we have a choice. What's changed is that people don't have quite the same opportunities to practice that. And that is a real shame. Everybody should build some monoliths so that they can understand how the dependency inversion principle help, so they can understand how they can independently discover the wisdom of the functional core, imperative shell or pushing state to the boundaries of the system. So that comes time to integrate micro services, they're actually microsystems. You actually know how to design Mike Services, and not just a distributed spaghetti wildlife, but actual micro services where the divisions makes sense, and it's easy to compose things. I don't think it can design distributed micro services well if you've never done it in a single process, and that's really what I. that's why I teach td. Td is a fantastic mechanism for really deeply understanding. How to build essentially micro services in a single process, and that's why we let loose, or you let yourself. I should be parental when you let yourself loose on distributed micro services. That actually be micro services. Won't that be wonderful? And then you really will be able to when something is wrong. Just built replacement for it plus replacement in in the rest of the system doesn't care because you understand what the got substitution principle teaches, you understand what the dependency inversion principle teaches you. I I worry that we're going to raise a generation of program. Who just don't practice that stuff and I wonder how they're going to learn. They'll learn differently than I did, but because of the way I learned it I. Don't know how they're going to learn. Ask anyone WHO's touched a hot stove. Top Pain is the best teacher one of our which viewers has asked a question surly asked. Do you find doing PD in anger slows down the initial development process only to make gains later on by not having to re familiarize yourself with old goad in order to bug. The dirty secret of evolutionary design, not just TV, but the dirty secret of evolutionary design. Is that it slowly beginning and it speeds up it except quite a lot. It's very hard the measure the time you don't waste. And that's really the hardest part of any proven but of evolutionary design particular. When you feel confident that you know how to evolve the design, then you can really design right to the bone you can build. That fat mantra do the simplest thing that could possibly work you start. Really live that and what that allows you to do more than anything else is to stop wasting time. Over designing early. And amortized cost of those design decisions over the entire project, and they had to get the best of both worlds. You get fat sort of. That explosion out of the blocks at the beginning of a project or at the beginning of a code base. We're for. Yeah, you know these design decisions are awesome, but they're good enough for now I know how to refractory later. This can be a file, and then I can replace it with a database and then I can move into the cloud. When you reach a point of real confidence in real trust in your ability to guide the evolution of a design, then don't need to build heap of infrastructure to get the first four features working and then. You can really deliver on the promise of. Minimum viable product lean startup, any of however you WANNA frame it. You can expect with little things. Hack them together. If this actually from where? We're not designed ourselves into a corner. Where Not GonNa Bury ourselves under big ball of mud were not going to get trapped by the things that we used to get trapped for before because. I just a week of re factoring to build to pay down the miss. You know the things that we did as a result of the exuberance of youth. I know how to do it. I trust myself to do it because I trust myself to do it I don't have to worry about when I do it. I will do it when it needs doing. And that's when you really know that you've gone from. tetris programming as a way to stop yourself making silly mistakes to really being able to guide the evolution of a design, it's not plus the ability to re factor. It's not just avoiding design yourself into a corner, but it's trust judgment. To say in this situation, I can cut some corners..
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"It's it's been amazing. you know quite honestly there are experienced being able to. Easily tested easily pushed out to the right devices. The right groups automatically have all that. Has that stuff happened so? Huge thumbs upset might've been I. I actually. I build so for Tom's Guide and Laptop magazine. They have a battery Tester that they run an particular. Tom's guide. They use it for Android for IPHONE IPAD Tha, you know, and so I built the battery test. For that and it's done in San Marin forums. And we deploy it. Via APP center because there's no APP timeout like there isn't test flight where. You have to R- update every ninety days because we wanNA private distribution, but we don't want to pay for an enterprise certificate or all the. Things that apple wants. So they were doing it and test flight before we. We moved over to ABC Center and there's no ninety day timeout. There's no. Install the certificate. Download the thing and move on with your day. It's a wonderful. Got Any anybody looking to get started with Amran. Are there any absolutely essential goatee resources that you recommend so one of the best sites for for Microsoft. Training is always borrow site They've got a Thomas Affonso. Amran both classic and forms and envy the m just as a whole We put together for our kids a page on the ASCII. Warriors website which is ASCII. Warriors Dot. Org..
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"Individually but people with influence. How hot at spotlight can be used to make a difference change and realizing well it's better to be part of it and to make a difference or not because I think if we're all feel like were constricted into saying nothing just existing within our own spaces then that's how the system just is reinforced? Yeah absolutely or indeed if you're kind of cowed into into silence because you feel a certain number of the crowd or of of the global let's online community is going to is going to mock you're derived you undermine you that's really not it's not it's not great but to me the most important voices so let's say I've been invited to rally or something like that. Most important is well. It's the person who is organizing if if they want you there and they feel it's it's a good thing for them to have you there you believe in the cost that they they're working towards and you WanNa do something for us you follow their lead on it and you do what you conditions at sharing power. What gives you hope what gives me hope? Am I kinda hold optimism and pessimism in the same armful title. That'll take much of the world's it's it's dark. I'll play some time but no I have to say. I am incredibly hopeful. Ah People in people's potential for kindness potential for empathy their potential for solidarity as well to and what is achieved when that's engaged and what has been achieved in history when that's engaged all too often advocates as a result of its pushed over the line as a result of some atrocity or something some condition. That is just untenable. What happens when people as you say? Use Their influence. Be as even if it's their influences voter or their influences consumer. You're informed by your experience. You're informed by by the empathy that you have knowing what other people's experiences are going to be like you're informed by knowing what difference can be made oftentimes. It's not a huge not a huge thing. It's not like a complete do over but it's just as you say it's an often. It's a conversation it's a conversation on. It's meeting somebody eye to eye and sharing with them you're experiencing and listening to. There's just believing people when they when they having time to final questions for you. I'm continuously beguiled impressed by your use of language. Okay what's your favorite word. What's my favorite word? Came into recently from Shames Heaney's poem Hyper Burian and it's like like an old Roman word or learn Latin word hyper born. Ian which means am beyond the north wind but he uses it uses it to describe the cold balloonist of. Somebody's I in a poem hyper Burien cold so cold that is beyond in the Roman world. What they thought was the north wind? That's how they structure geography. This is the area where the north wind is. An and hyper beyond that and a lot of swear words I have take I'm a very obscene mind like M. I've you have your favorite one couple. I like facetious awesome seizures. I like the way your mouth has to move to say it. Excuse me It stretches across your face it's quite serpent like to to properly slithering if I was like ameliorate because it's a French What do you want your Kosei to pay? I think huge influences and the people that the music I fell in love with grown up a lot of that music artists were gone before my time. And even especially Ashley as well but poetry and literature finding a lot of things that I fall in love with there's a timelessness to it but the the writers are gone before my time the people you want to hear more from and you one you want advice from you want. And they're gone but their work is still so amazing in the case of music. I'm still set on fire. I'm still completely lit up by the work that was written and was informed by experience. As long before I existed. It'd be blue songs written in the twenties and thirties. I would hope that I write something or your. You would hope that you just you leave behind a few nuggets. A few little specks of gold in the dirt that somebody may be long after you're gone can pick up and find some enjoyment in and find some picture of your own moment in that I've you songs as a as a keyhole. They aren't documents. I do views songs as historical documents. They can be firsthand accounts and the work of people like may staples is a perfect example of that songs that that engage speak in kind of a plain spoken language about this is the world. We're living in something. I find wonderful bets on their their document. If you can leave something behind that maybe sometime after I'm gone at or even while I'm still oh here even better that somebody gets even a fraction of the joy that I've gotten out of certain songs and a fraction of the joy that I've gotten out of certain music. If that's something that I can offer to anybody great you know you're just passing on your excitement and joy for what it is that you do. You know you're just compassionate forward. That would be enough. I suppose I have absolutely loved talking to you and I cannot thank you enough for it. Are you haven't had questions difficult. An introspective is not a long time. In fact possibly ever so both thank you and how dare you. You're welcome on both wonderful. Thank you thank you so much I think Andrew was our first Irish guest on the show. There's definitely more to come and I really learned so much from that conversation for me. The premise of as me with sinead is about realizing that our concerns. Our Dreams ambitions are fears a more uniform than we could ever imagine sitting across from Andrew Ready physically. We probably couldn't look different but what I learned from that conversation is that we've both had to learn what it's like to live and be comfortable in our own bodies the genetic mutation which we didn't choose but yet our personalities and careers have been shaped by looking at me Andrew. You would think think that we have nothing in common but really almost everything as we're approaching the end of nineteen eighty reflecting on the people who've shaped to me most this year and this week's person you should know is the extraordinary artists. Amy Gerald I got to meet her at the Cooper Hewitt's annual design awards ads. She is so talented and in her presence. There's just an aura. Voter that is magnetic. She's known for many things. Thanks but most recently. She painted the extraordinary portrait of Michelle Obama that exists in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC. Where do you find amy? She's is on Instagram at a Charlotte go televised at high as me with sinead lemonade media original and is executive produced by Jessica. Cordova Kramer assistant produced by Claire. Jones an edited by Ivan. Kirov music is by Rome. Rankin our sales and distribution partners. There is Westwood One. If you've liked what you've heard don't be shy. Tell your friends or listening. Subscribe on Apple Stitcher spotify or wherever you like to listen and rate in review as well to continue the conversation find me on instagram and twitter at the Shannon Burke and find lemonade media on instagram twitter. FACEBOOK lemonade the media..
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That's better help talk com slash mob queens. This episode is brought to you by envy. You do all the right things to protect your health. You don't smoke you wear sunscreen unscreened ate healthy meals and EC doctor for checkups regularly. I actually do all of the above us. Still you WANNA get in front of any potential issues. Is that could be lurking in your genetic background. How did it feel with your reason genetic testing. I actually had my genes tested and I found out that I have the gene for male pattern baldness. I would've never await. I did know that already. Well take the next step to understand what's in your genes within vitale a genetic genetic tests that experts trust. I'm not gonNa tell you what's in my gene based on the results. You may be able to potentially lower your risk learn more by visiting in Vita Dot Com. That's I envy. It Dot Com Jessica. I gotTa tell you something Anna not not telling her daughter. She was adopted this. It really bothers me. I just got to be honest. Yeah being adopted myself. I think a person has a right to know their own story and I think we all deserve to know the truth of who we are and maybe I'm being particularly sensitive about this right now because right on the heels of talking to mia the same week in fact I discover I have a biological cousin via twenty-three in me. This is is the first opportunity I've ever had in my life to speak with a biological relative but something keeps holding me back from really trying to find out that part of who I am the there's there's a certain fantasy and now it's like okay now that fantasy everything that you thought what is probably vastly different the protective ignorance insert a hundred percent yeah yeah because then you just get to live in the day. Ed get my cousins email address where at the stitcher studios in Los Angeles with our producer Claire and try to figure out what my next move should be inside side note. I have an older sister Jennifer who is also adopted who I mentioned here and that journey like this and there's a little bit of new information on the journey Ernie it is but in a way it's like it. It's yeah it's just it's just like walking door. This is like this is it like you go through this and that's like the thing and like my parents when they were alive because my parents were very much like talk about this will help you. You know my sister and I would feel bad because like well. We don't want you to feel like you like we want other parents than the parents that we have and they're like they're just like you know where your parents no matter what okay well that got real emotional real fast it. Ted It's funny to me because I honestly used to think that if I was ever going to actually actually seek out my birth family that it should be part of a documentary or something because there aren't a lot of stories like this out there about family and about identity and what it means to know your own history and I just thought maybe it would be helpful to someone else so as mia would say the fact that this is happening right now really really is Kismet. Yeah yeah definitely so you know we're creative people. You're a creative person. Of course he made up stories in our head but I think the truth the whole truth in all its glory always there to teach us something so sometimes it's just better to know the real story and and so after a lot of talking and crying and more emails. I just go for it. I call this newfound biological cousin of mine going back yeah. I know those New York winters are just no goodson God. Oh my God specially update. I mean after some small talk we get into it. We any questions you want. So of course I want to know. Where do I come from. Who aren't they were farmers. Okay uh-huh yeah is really it was a farming community and my grandfather your grandfather my grandfather. They had a co op in in the forties. Okay these people came from. Sicily together far cleared this slump together other and they farmed it and they marketed their crops together. Wow positively it it was it was they were they were people and you know. There was always good. Food and wine and lots of laughs and education was really valued. You know.
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"The way MIA talks about veto even at one point she she called him. GRANDPA veto makes us question does she. Even know feet does not her biological grandfather. 'cause we know her. Grandfather is Gerard Anna's first husband. Yeah the guy veto had wacked so we start by asking what is mother Marie. Anna's daughter knew you about veto. My mother was eighteen years old getting her her marriage license when she found out she was adopted by veto. She'll always always felt that. Vito was her father. So if I'm understanding you correctly Anna never told Marie veto was not her dad. nope not until mommy a her marriage license. My mom was kept in the dark about her biological father. Alright obviously Gerard has been left out of the picture or more specifically typically Anna and veto have erased him from the picture right but as it turns out Marie did have some idea who her father was us you know because my mom told me that she vaguely remembers a very very handsome man that used to play with her by Ding Ling her over the side of the bed and making her laugh like he would lay on his belly and he would dangle her over the side side of the bed and he she asked her mother one day. You know who is this man that I i. I see you know that I can see my mind's mind's eye and of course you know once the truth came out about my mother being adopted and so forth and so on my grandmother you know confessed fester her that that was your father that was you know Gerardo Bernado God. That's is just so crazy that Marie has this image of her dad lurking in her memory just Gerard hanging out there like a ghost refusing to be forgotten in by his one and only child's. I wonder if Anna not telling Maria about him was her way of protecting Marie from an uncomfortable truth about the charge murder because remember Anna was trying to divorce Gerard Murray's father when Vito had him killed did you you ever hear anything about net your Nanna filing for divorce from Gerard before he died to tell you the truth no I I don't know if in your research guys if you've come across anything that could have pointed towards my my my real grandpap we lay out all the evidence we found about veto murdering Gerard. His body was found on a rooftop on other evidence we around the time and it was seeking a divorce from. Gerardo ordered the murder of Gerard right and my mother shortly before she died so probably probably Mommy died in ninety so say around eight so she called me one day crying and somebody gave her book and in the book she read exactly what you guys just said to me she says I really hope that that's not true. You Know Yeah Yeah Yeah. That makes sense. That's a kind of very pure reaction. Yeah that would be a very pure understandable response. Wow I know upset my mother to the day mom my mommy past that you know how her father her biological father was was found and what we're the the chew things that you know led to his death and what was behind that and she always questioned like doc. was that something that you know veto did or you know you know what. I'm saying but I know that upset her a lot. Do you think our feelings towards Anna might have changed after finding out veto may have murdered her father. I think that you know you know the poor poor. My Nanna and my mother had they were friends at less alone mother and daughter. I think that you know my mom forgave her mother for her humanity. Mandy and and you know but I think that my mom died believing that veto. Didn't they have anything to do with the death. I think in order for her to have peace in the end if you will. What are YOU BELIEVE MIA. Are you okay well well. I have to believe what you guys told me earlier in the conversation. Should I have to believe that ironically. GRANDPA for nautical might have had a shade of GRANDPA veto in him or like you guys emanating to me that he was involved with something that was with prohibition at that time and you know that maybe he you did something that you know but you gotta wonder. I mean it's I could never say in fatty that he did it meeting veto but it's what a hell of a story.
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"Was over by the flat iron building and we would play in that park but in retrospect I never understood why non Nanna would never take take us upstairs now. I realized that I think Jackie was living their MEA. Later learned that an-and Jackie we're lovers and that was just a part of her life that when we were little she didn't want us to know and I never knew Jackie or that aspect of my Nana's life until I was twenty one in fact only met Jackie for the first time the day an agenda VI's died. I know we're both thinking the same thing. We're going to be chasing down this lead. Who is Jackie absolutely and I just want to say that I'm so so so glad to hear that. Anna didn't take that secret to the grave with her. Yeah there were so much more that Amihai brings to life about Anna. She tells us and it was five foot seven something we've always wondered about. Mia also shared something that has been driving me crazy with the three which is Anna's voice heard varying reports about what it was like. MIA says it was deep end quote throaty yeah. She says not quite Brenda difficult territory for playtex tampons. I think it's important to know the facts about Tampons to use them intelligently into ineligible doing yeah so Brenda vaccaro territory but maybe Brenda adjacent like what we're catchphrases I I do. I feel like we're in Sarah something well if he must know. Yes R brace yourself in her interfere. Words your cock knocker and embarrassed to say it but that is the truth. Oh yes yeah I love it. Yeah she talk. I love that so much and may have had some choice words for people who got on her bedside but she also had a really kind of Nice side did she shared with friends and family including by the way her neighbor. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt Yeah I mean you may recall that genevieve has lived upstairs from the Roosevelt's apartment in Washington Square Park for many years yes yes. I remember that they would send food back and forth to each other that my grandmother that if she made me balls awesome whatever or Easter bread or whatever it may be for the season they would share now based on our research and our own interpretation exactly exactly we had this notion that when Vito fled the US for Italy Anna was happy to have veto out of her hair so she could live her life and be the strong single eighty entrepreneur on her own terms yeah but then mia shattered our image as she began to talk about the intense chemistry between Anna and Vito. I know role that veto and and you know how to love that you know I know you guys know about one thing we're trying to. We're struggling to make sense of is the dynamic. Do you think Anna was I was in love with Vito. Oh I think so I yes from what my mother told me and you know and as we know there's a very thin line between love and hate.