35 Burst results for "A Pair"

Carr throws for 382 yards, Raiders top Steelers 26-17

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 hrs ago

Carr throws for 382 yards, Raiders top Steelers 26-17

"Derek Carr passed for three hundred eighty two yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Las Vegas raiders beat the Pittsburgh Steelers twenty six to seventeen car second touchdown came on a third and ten with under ten minutes to play as he found Henry Ruggs for a sixty one yard bomb can be so fast speed kills and that's one of the advantages of his speech showing up to where he could get open like that so fast and so quick the the bliss you know they didn't even know really I mean it got there but I had time to throw rugs hauled in five passes for one hundred thirteen yards and the score Jon Gruden's raiders are now two went out for the Steelers Ben Roethlisberger pass for two hundred ninety five yards a touchdown and to pick Dante Johnson hauled in nine passes for one hundred five yards Pittsburgh's now one and one Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Who Was Warlord Vortigern?

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:13 min | 2 d ago

Who Was Warlord Vortigern?

"Island of great britain was originally an island that was inhabited by celtic peoples. It was later occupied by roman became a roman province yet. The people who live on the island didn't end up speaking a celtic or romance language. They ended up speaking a language that belong to the germanic family of languages. The following story. A might have had something to do with how that happened. More on that in a bit the events in question date back to the late fifth century. This is a period of british history. That has some major holes. The roman empire had collapsed and nothing had really risen to take its place. There are many warlords and kings who vied for power. This was the period of time. When according to legend king arthur would have ruled so pretty much everything from this period is kind of questionable one of the rulers at that time was a warlord named voter turn. He was the leader of the britons in the wake of the roman collapse from what accounts we are told. He got to his position via a lot of duplicity and skulduggery supposedly. He had worked his way into a position of influence with the romans took advantage of that to usurp the throne the to rightful heirs. Were a pair of young brothers named or really ascend brosius and author and they were sent overseas for their education ford gern. Having assumed the throne had a hard time holding onto power he was constantly dealing with incursions from the picks and the scots and the north he was also dealing with the potential of an armada joining the two brothers to take back the throne. his solution to deal with. These problems was to hire mercenaries. Hiring mercenaries wasn't necessarily a bad idea it had been done throughout history with various levels of success. Forty gern contract out the work to to saxon brothers by the name of hen. Gist and horsa. They would bring in dramatic mercenaries to fight off the picks and the scots on behalf of the britain king in exchange for their services voltigeur offered this accents. The isle of janet to settle on today the island is actually a peninsula in the county of kent. Fifteen hundred years ago it was an island separated by six hundred meter channel. The saxon brought over at least eighteen warships full of warriors and probably many many more over time and there was something else that hingis brought over with him. His daughter rowena ruina was by all accounts very beautiful and iger in was spin with her

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Correa HR Triggers 7-Run 4th, Astros Roll Past Rangers 12-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

Correa HR Triggers 7-Run 4th, Astros Roll Past Rangers 12-1

"Carlos Correa triggered a seven run fourth with a three run homers the Astros clobbered the Rangers twelve to one Alex Bregman had the first of his pair of two run singles during Houston's big fourth replacement starter Luis Garcia took a shutout into the sixth to help Houston keep its seven game lead over Oakland in the AL west Garcia was reach for one run and five hits over five in the third Chas McCormick hit a two run shot me fitting for the Astros who won the AL second best record at eighty five and sixty I'm Dave Ferrie

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Urías Wins MLB-Leading 18th, Dodgers Beat D-Backs 5-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Urías Wins MLB-Leading 18th, Dodgers Beat D-Backs 5-3

"The Dodgers beat the Diamondbacks five to three to make it six straight wins Julio yes one five innings and gave up two runs he picks up win number eighteen that's the most in the major leagues Max Muncy hitters thirty fourth home run and Gavin looks at a pair of RBI singles Arizona's Christian Walker hit a solo Homer Meryl Kelly took the loss he dropped to a record of seven and ten Kenley Jansen got the save his thirty third mark Myers Los Angeles

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California Wildfires Threaten Giant Sequoias

CNN 5 Things

00:27 sec | 4 d ago

California Wildfires Threaten Giant Sequoias

"In a pair of wildfires. In california's sierra nevada mountains are threatening some of the largest trees on earth. The trees known as giant sequoias grow in sequoia national park within the rugged mountains. Firefighters are aggressively attacking the fires to help suppress them. The trees which can reach heights of three hundred feet have already been hit hard by fires. In recent years the national park service says somewhere between seventy five hundred and just over ten thousand mature giant sequoias were destroyed in the last year alone.

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Schwarber's 3-Run Double Lifts Red Sox Over Mariners 8-4

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 d ago

Schwarber's 3-Run Double Lifts Red Sox Over Mariners 8-4

"The Boston Red Sox broke a two all tie with a five run eighth inning in route to an eight four win over the Seattle Mariners the red Sox loaded the bases with Xander Bogaerts trouble in a pair of walks then pinch hitter Kyle Schwarber cleared them with a three run double to right field Alex Verdugo later added a two run Homer to complete Boston scoring in the frame the red Sox are now in a three way tie with the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays for the two American League wild card playoff spots the mariners meanwhile find themselves three games behind them Jim Bernard Seattle

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North and South Korea Both Test Missiles as Tensions Rise

NPR News Now

00:19 sec | 4 d ago

North and South Korea Both Test Missiles as Tensions Rise

"Korea test-fired a pair of ballistic missiles today into its eastern ocean. That's a violation of un resolutions. This comes after. North korea also fired a cruise missile over the weekend separately. South korea test fired a ballistic. Missile of its own today south korea's missile was fired from a submarine a minnesota

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Rodgers, Story Go Deep, Rockies Beat Braves 5-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Rodgers, Story Go Deep, Rockies Beat Braves 5-4

"A pair of home runs in a solid pitching performance by John gray led the Colorado Rockies to a five to four victory over the Atlanta Braves Trevor story had a solo shot in the second and Brendan Rodgers had a two run home run in the fourth for the Rockies Roger said he enjoys playing the role of spoiler in the National League we're just trying to kind of ruin their own playoff hopes honestly and kind of fun winning these big games these close games like against really good teams the Braves close the gap to one run in the eighth on a pretty Freeman triple an Avenue about two run Homer closer Carlos Estevez shut down Atlanta in the bottom of the ninth Tookie to some was the starter and loser for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Listening To Your Body and Giving it The Rest While Marathon Training

Hurdle

01:45 min | 5 d ago

Listening To Your Body and Giving it The Rest While Marathon Training

"I'm training for my first marathon coming up this fall in chicago. I'm excited about the big day. But every week that goes by i can feel my body. Need the rest what you do when the miles and the time add up you pull back and if so how do you learn how to give your body the rest. It needs to finally make it to the start line. Listening to your body is really really important with that said all marathon training programs are i would say ninety nine point. Nine percent of them are designed with this in mind right they are built to help you accumulate mileage to get you to a place where you feel comfortable putting in the miles that are necessary to show up on race day and do good with that said it's important that you speak to a coach or a physical therapist or a trainer who can help you better understand how to take care of your body in this time especially as a new marathon array again. This is something you've never done before. It is a massive accomplishment so recovery becomes more in tyrol than ever. And this isn't just like finding yourself a pair of normal boots or using a hyper is right. This is recovery in your nutrition. This is recovery in your stress levels. This is the people that you're surrounding yourself with so be really smart and intentional about how you continue on your journey knowing that there is going to be a certain amount of opportunity costs. And there's definitely going to be a certain amount of exhaustion but if you handle it right and you talk to the right people. This is going to all pay

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Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

"The Astros put together a fifteen one laugher against the Rangers as Jose Siri homered twice and added a two run single in his first big league start searing finish four for five with five RBIs while scoring three times for the AL west leaders Astros manager dusty Baker was impressed two home runs and five RBIs four hits on me that that is a right to remember you know for the rest your life Jordaan Alvarez hit a pair of four hundred foot homers and Alex Bregman added a two run Homer for Houston which also received two run doubles from Carlos Correa and Jose out Tuesday question hi there got the win in relief of Jaco Reyes he left with a sore right foot after covering first base in the second inning I'm Dave Ferrie

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Winston, Saints, Overcome Displacement, Pound Packers 38-3

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Winston, Saints, Overcome Displacement, Pound Packers 38-3

"A change of venue didn't bother New Orleans Saints one bit force from the Superdome after hurricane I did too open against the Green Bay Packers in Jacksonville the saints marched all over the pack thirty eight to three Janus Winston threw for only a hundred forty eight yards but fired five touchdown passes we were prepared despite the adversity of having to be in Dallas despite all the things that happen at home R. mas at St St we prepare to play gets Green Bay and played the best football that we can we did that backup tight end joint Johnson caught a pair downstairs capped the day with a fifty five yard bomb rating MVP Aaron Rodgers on the other hand kept out of the end zone and picked off twice suffering his worst loss as a Packer starter mark Daniels Jacksonville

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The Hidden Hand of the Chinese Communist Party Over Washington, DC

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:58 min | Last week

The Hidden Hand of the Chinese Communist Party Over Washington, DC

"The only peer the only peer or near pay a threat that america faces at a strategic level is communist china. I know your your ambit isn't the broad scope of national security but given that you focus on china day in day out. Would you put it in that. Category of mir pir competitor. I think they're they are an enemy. I mean point blank. And i think about the role of pair. Oh yes certainly. But i think what's so interesting and what we've really dug into it. The national polls is how. The chinese communist party has really kind of crafted the narrative about their rise in the united states. So we're talking about For example trips that have been organized by the china united states exchange foundation which is one of these many many many foreign agents that operate in the united states. It's essentially funded by the chinese communist party. It's part of what's called the united front which is a multibillion dollar effort that that's linked to china's military who's really sole goal is to compromise american elites and get them to push policies that china support so. I always joke. It's hunter biden except the people don't get caught and so much of this group's efforts was actually paying for journalists from every mainstream media outlet washington post new york times You name it. Msnbc literally all you can go check out the story. Every single media taking his journalists on trips overseas to china and upon return when you read the documents that these journalists were forced to basically outline what they were doing they had to provide favourable coverage of the chinese communist party and what they were doing in the united states and more broadly what that effort represents and keep in mind. There's over two hundred fifty registered foreign agents on behalf of the chinese communist party in the united states right now. The people who are formally registered the doj to lobby on behalf of china. Yeah and you know part of it. Is that these. People have set out to endeavour to change america's perception of china. And they kinda wanna frame it in the context of oh well doing business with china's great the two most powerful countries. We need to work together. It's just the way the world But i also think it's important. They also set out endeavor. The you to change the perception of how americans view america. And i think we've done similar reporting actually believe it or not on how the same group. The china united states exchange foundation. Whose sole goal is to get american league's american journalists types really echo the claims of beijing and the american media landscape. They're actually longtime partners of the talk group that sued the trump administration For trying to ban critical race theory from the federal government. So there's just you know you're asking how i kind of got into this and that's kind of the broader story when i really started looking into it and realizing the extent kind of the hidden hand that the chinese communist party has over dc but more. Broadly the united states and really frankly the whole western elites fear. You can't unseat it

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Israel Arrests 4 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Israel Arrests 4 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison

"Israel has arrested four Palestinians who with two others had tunneled out of prison on Monday setting off a furious manhunt across Israel and in the west bank Israeli police say they've arrested four of the six Palestinians who had broken out of the maximum security facility including a fame to militant leader whose exploits over the years have made him a well known figure before wanted men who called in a pair of arrests in northern Israel the arrests move Israel closer to closing on embarrassing episode that's exposed deep flaws in this prison system and turn to the fugitive prisoners into Palestinian heroes late on Friday Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip father rocket into Israel in an apparent sign of solidarity during Israeli airstrikes in reprisal I'm Charles the last month

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How Do You Find the Fish?

Daily Poker Tips

01:35 min | Last week

How Do You Find the Fish?

"Now. Today's tip is i. It's taken from day to a twenty eight minute video and here it is. How do you find the fish. Biggest way the easiest way to find the fish. Is you look for signs of their weakness while you're playing the first. You're looking for small stacks players who come in. They start with forty big blinds. They dwindle it down to twenty. They earn back a few big blinds to get thirty five. Those short stacked players are often fish. You're also looking for weird bet sizes so a quote unquote standard. Three bet size is nine big blinds right but if somebody's making it just five or six big blinds. They likely don't know what they're doing. Probably a fish on the table. You also want to look for lots of limping and calling and especially blind defense. And if you ever see somebody defend their blinds with jack six suited at showdown who fish for sure. Now another thing. You're looking for those calling stations. Right post flop. They just can't seem to fold any pair or any draw like they're paying way too much to hit their gut shot And then at showdown of course you know that they had this because maybe they hit and you got to showdown but as soon as somebody As soon as you see showdown in. They had the crappiest of crap hands through the streets and they were still calling automatic. Fish right there and one other thing. You're looking for ineffectual. Plays so they make a small to big blind bluff. Bet and you don't really know that it's a bluff but it feels super

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Bryant Cheered in Wrigley Return, Giants Win 5th in Row

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Bryant Cheered in Wrigley Return, Giants Win 5th in Row

"The giants are in their fifth straight win by downing the cubs six to one in Chicago Evan Longoria and Brandon belt homered on a day when Kris Bryant received a pair of standing ovations in his return to Wrigley Field for started my career here I don't know if I could have ever dreamed up by having that type of reception the fans welcomed me back like that definitely something that is one of the highlights of my career so far Bryant went over three with a walk a run scored in two strikeouts than Korea broke a one one tie with a two run Homer in the seventh belt added a two run blast later in the inning cubs rookie Frank Swindell homered for the twelfth time in his last eleven games the giants improved to a major league best ninety one in fifty I'm Dave Ferrie

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Pujols Homers in Return to St. Louis, Dodgers Down Cards 7-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Pujols Homers in Return to St. Louis, Dodgers Down Cards 7-2

"The Dodgers hit four home runs in a seven to two win over the cardinals at Busch Stadium Justin Turner hits a pair of long balls while Albert Pujols and Will Smith and solo shots to lead Los Angeles to their seventh win in their last ten games as they remain in a tight race with the giants for the top spot in the NL west the Dodgers also getting RBIs from Stevens is a junior and Cody Ballenger no it are not drives in both runs for the Redbirds who have lost four straight Los Angeles uses nine pitchers with Alex to see a recording the win J. A. happ takes the loss Mike Reeves St Louis

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"a pair" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:34 min | Last week

"a pair" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"As you may recall last week, we covered two of the three different scenarios of how you can combine your echo devices to create some more immersive audio when it comes to your echo speakers. And I want to cover that third option today. The way you would set this up, again, you go into your Lexi app. You click on devices. You click on the plus sign in the upper right corner, then you click uncombined speakers. And the third option that we're talking about today is, of course, a stereo pair slash subwoofer as the Amazon team calls it in the options. This allows you to pair two speakers for stereo and or add a subwoofer for deeper base. So what you do is you click on that option, you then can select up to two speakers and a subwoofer. All those speakers have to be online on the same network and in the same room for that to work. Once you click on that, then you click next in the upper right corner. You then choose. And this is pretty cool. You then choose which of those speakers you want to be the left channel and which of those speakers you want to be. The right channel. And then when you do that, you click next and then you give it a name. So this group of speakers will have a name. That way, when you asked for music, you can use the name of that group to specify that it be played on that group of speakers. You can choose one of the names that are suggested, or you can create a customized name, then you click save, and then you are essentially good to go and that. How you do it? That's a stereo pair with or without a.

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How to Use a Stereo Pair of Speakers With Amazoon Echo

Voice in Canada

01:34 min | Last week

How to Use a Stereo Pair of Speakers With Amazoon Echo

"As you may recall last week, we covered two of the three different scenarios of how you can combine your echo devices to create some more immersive audio when it comes to your echo speakers. And I want to cover that third option today. The way you would set this up, again, you go into your Lexi app. You click on devices. You click on the plus sign in the upper right corner, then you click uncombined speakers. And the third option that we're talking about today is, of course, a stereo pair slash subwoofer as the Amazon team calls it in the options. This allows you to pair two speakers for stereo and or add a subwoofer for deeper base. So what you do is you click on that option, you then can select up to two speakers and a subwoofer. All those speakers have to be online on the same network and in the same room for that to work. Once you click on that, then you click next in the upper right corner. You then choose. And this is pretty cool. You then choose which of those speakers you want to be the left channel and which of those speakers you want to be. The right channel. And then when you do that, you click next and then you give it a name. So this group of speakers will have a name. That way, when you asked for music, you can use the name of that group to specify that it be played on that group of speakers. You can choose one of the names that are suggested, or you can create a customized name, then you click save, and then you are essentially good to go and that. How you do it? That's a stereo pair with or without a.

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 Everything You Need to Know About Qualcomm's aptX

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

02:23 min | Last week

Everything You Need to Know About Qualcomm's aptX

"Audio product is able to trance code codex that range from different like varying levels of quality. You have sbc which is sort of like a standard sbc a ac so those are the more or less the standard codex that the bluetooth radio inside of the ear buds and in the smartphone. Or whatever you're connecting it to. We'll be transmitting and receiving all right. So if it's pretty much everything supports that. That's just the way however you get a little bit more into the weeds when she gets something like a pair of sony headphones and they prefer l. d. c. l. deck l. Dak is their version of a higher quality kodak and it is generally cross compatible where you have l. dak and then you put it on pretty much any smartphone and they'll be able to support held back. Yeah then you get into qualcomm codex. It all started with apt x t x apt x supposed to be their version more or less of like what l. deck provided. It was supposed to be something that they would be able to provide and sends they build the bluetooth radios. They can ensure that has a level of quality without you kind of rolling the dice on whether or not the l. Ldc that you using on a smartphone or on a pair of headphones is actually that good. Yeah now that was years ago. Abducts started quite a while ago and since then the s that scavenger hunt. We did two years ago at cs where we look for products that are welcome powered. One of the cheats were if the buds has aptex. That's welcome. Yeah yeah yeah. So anything with abducts then com built the bluetooth radio for it and they made sure that their codex were installed. So they've they've been making things better over time so you have aptex low latency which was what they created for video gaming. So if you're using a smartphone with a qualcomm chipset in it was able to provide high quality yet. Low latency audio to a compatible pair of headphones which then meant it was good for gaming aspects of then came after affects hd rather came out after that an even higher quality of it. But he did not prioritize low latency prioritized higher quality for better enjoyment Optics adaptive was supposed to be able to move among them based upon what media or what you were doing on the smartphone and finally add snapdragon sounded. Then we have aptex loss lewis. This is the kodak that is for the audio files.

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"a pair" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

04:18 min | Last month

"a pair" Discussed on Something Who

"Should it be that. Does it make us think less of the dogs and or rose that they somehow over hoax seeing this man grits shreds and more excited by the fact that they've made from take that off. The payoff itself is only. There isn't even pay for this story to setup torchwood. So that's that's why. I ask should be because it's taken quite a lot of room and it's not necessarily relevant to this particular adventure so he's here's my second link between the two stories then because i think in both stories we get this sense of the doctor and his companion on holiday as a pair of tourists walking through quite quite horrific story in both cases. But you know there. There's holiday while everyone else is getting slaughtered in various different ways and at the end of it they. They don't seem to be particularly chastened by what happened to everybody else. In both cases the doctrine and the doctrine rose kind of disappear off the sunset so feeling quite happy that they've paps happy to survive but also you know that was entertaining mental sojourn and where we often sort of thing so yeah i mean it's a slightly uneven tone compared what i mean. There's less descending less death in this one than the than there is in the previous one but yes it is it is a little bit jarring Yeah it's basement fit. We meant to seek less of less than for. And i just made it not it actually puzzle some remarkable feat of making believe it so the audience identification carried on has have this seeing. Is the head of these people like him. I think at the time among certain sections of the audience breeze the historical record necessarily agree. But rose was quite improper at this point because gig leaflets. He roses enjoying hanging around with dishing nude doctor. And being smug and we'll have you interrupt lobby about the wrong way. And i i don't know i. I think some people thought that this story was starting out about the doctrine being too overconfident and not taking things seriously now and it isn't ready is jesse's paid off by the torchwood moment. Although oddly enough for the people were mentioning such a thing presages what happens with tenants in serious foreign beyond january desk. It a bit it. It sort of cuts across knit. Because the the you know. The next story saw the sarah jane one where rose guest to see what happens to the companion in the long term and the girl in the fireplace where flirty tenant develops a different attraction. So i guess this is the high point perhaps for her it is an interesting arc- across through stories. And it's only half is half deliver an accidental. Because i think the. I think that the juxtaposition has school reunion and complex. Which have quite a difference. I really on that same idea was completely accidental. Because they didn't know what was gonna right. It will works. I don't came out in the wash. Did actually find a be honest. Slight negative rose quite annoying this particularly every to get green big tour to say we amuse is a nice. It's a nice joke on paper. And i don't think it's badly written. But i've got to be honest. Billie piper completely kills it the strange way she plays so smug then think it's supposed to be she is she just comes across his incredibly rude as you go this laughable expression. That doesn't quite work. Although again again cost us little in so many levels us you also posted. Find it endearing up until the last moment when it split on his head and queen victoria and selling brother. doc. I a minefield discussing these..

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"a pair" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"Alien rank these aliens and they fall victim to the these kinds of diseases and this disease gives these symptoms of that disease. That's symptom and this alien comes into your consulting room. And he has spots and a cough and diagnosed this alien and you can look at the different choices. People make in a sense of diagnosis by proxy is an explanation for the symptoms that the person brings alien brings in and so by looking at the choices they make in attributing. Let's say a pair of diseases or a single disease to the alien. You learn a lot about the kind of preferences we have the ways in which we select explanations one one from another and let me just to be super duper clear using the word explanation here almost in the sense of a theory or a model right. It's not like someone says well explained black holes to me and we think we know what black holes are. But there's this pedagogical Attempts to explain them in a comprehensible way. You're using the word explanation to really mean knowledge of what is going on behind the scenes that that could help us and then we conserve choose between competing explanations. That can't all be right right. So this is this is great right so you know. Our our model is a basin model. Not meaning we ask questions about the things we have to hand. Say the facts in the world and we ask the ways in which they match the models. We have the world's and so it's a very specific type of models generative model which says it gives you degrees of belief in the things that could happen So in that sense we've really boiled down to a paradigm that doesn't really match any kind of science we do right like Condensed matter physics is not a generative model in the sense that it specifies the probability of different things happening so i would have done generative model right so A generative model tells you not just the things that might happen or the things that could happen but also gives you degrees of likelihood okay for.

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"a pair" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

03:59 min | 3 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

"Say if we hear like our child using negative self talk like i know that my daughter you know for simple examples like you know i. I can't do that. You know. And i always say yet. I'm trying to like. I want to be that. I wanna be that positive voice in her head later right. So what are some things we can do as parents to help. Our our kids diffused from their thoughts and deal with that negativity in their own. You know that's just natural. I yeah for sure. I think we want to swoop in and and just say the opposite. Oh you can do this. Oh you're great at that and and yet we're learning you know with with kids. Mental health challenges are really increasing even pre pandemic. Something's not going right. You know when we try to swoop in that way and i think the important part is to really cultivate and understanding that thoughts. Don't define you and that thoughts are okay. But they're not necessarily true. You know any thought is not necessarily you. Any thought is not necessarily true. Either of course and so you know when your child is showing those thoughts of being unable to do something or not. Good at something you know. Part of it is having them use those same tools of recognizing it as a thought. So even you know you're having that thought and you know that thought might be coming from exile. Are you looking through a lens. That makes sense right now. You know some kids respond well to sort of the metaphor of glasses like am. I looking for clear glasses right now or did. I put on a pair of glasses. That is not a the prescription that i need to see clearly and these glasses are scratched or their distorted. Or they're super super dark so i can't see anything at all right. What kind of lenses am i putting on it and looking through or if i have the same thoughts over and over again. That are very distressing. Kids respond really well to that idea of of a character to you know. I've got my my stagefright bully. That austin starts to yell at me when i'm about to speak up in class. But that states frightfully really doesn't know me very well and doesn't have any important information to give me so i know that it's gonna be yelling but i'm gonna just keep on going and the show must go on and that kind of thing but i think we do. We do often swoop in with our kids in a way that that has you know. Sort of the backfire effect of invalidating their experience. Oh don't cry or you have nothing to be afraid of or you know it's going to be okay. Oh you're okay and it's so tempting to do that because we think it's comforting but in reality. The biggest comfort is actually helping. Teach them that. Yeah this this is hard you are feeling big feelings and let's work on giving you tools to move through them or or let me sit with you here in this feeling you know i mean one of the reasons therapies so powerful is because you're having someone bear witness you're having someone there with you and your pain not because that person's taking away that pain in that moment immediately but they're they're experiencing it with you and they're they're and they're not running away and so a lotta times. I think our job is adherent. Is instead of you know. Making their feelings go away. It's helping them understand that we get it and at the feelings are big and now let's move forward and figure out how to act on them. You know. I think a lot of times. We want to take our kids feelings away. 'cause it's like with my kid gets mad. They're gonna scream or they're gonna throw stuff and they're going to behave in a way. We don't want them to but that pause is really important. It's not the anger that's the problem. We don't need our kids to not be angry. We need our kids. Do not go on autopilot. When they're angry and start screaming or start hitting their sister. That's what we need so we need to teach that pause and that's very different than teaching them not to be angry..

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"a pair" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Well. Oh and the man who had that was a very bad man. He was the cool farmer. When the pharma saw the donkey was in the bottom of the well he said. Serve you right gunky. I never liked you now. You can go to better idea. He thought i'm not just gonna leave you down that well because that world is very dangerous other people might fall into it. I'm gonna fill in that well with you in a bottom. So he got addis fame as started shoveling dirt into that well and dunk. He couldn't understand what was going on. Why was this mad not helping. Why was he throwing us in. And then the donkey realized the cool farmer was going to bury the donkey alive. Oh even louder he screamed. He was about to be buried in the posthumous and allow the donkey screened. The happier cruel father became and tale. The donkey went quiet. Pharma saws ha ha ha. I buried a tom. He already served that donkey right. Ha ha ha but he hadn't killed the donkey yet the dump he hadn't been buried alive yet. The donkey became wise. He was a clever tonky. What he did where the next shovel full of does fed on his back all donkey. This was his back stamping the earth. And the don't he got an ancient hire another several full of earth shaking off stampede in and another entire the time being quiet so the and never realized what was going on. The farm was shoveling us into the well every time. It hit the donkeys back. Shake it off stampeded another entire. Who is so busy shepherding in the earth. He never saw a pair of donkey is about the top of the well. A few more shovels sake it off stamp in an entire soon. A donkey was high enough. He could jump pat the well but actually according to the story as i read it before that donkey ran off the.

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"a pair" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

03:08 min | 5 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Modern Anabaptist: The Conversations that Shape Us

"Greetings everyone and welcome to the modern and about this podcast. I was going to open. Oh it's going pretty good. I've had a relaxing week with no school. Meaning i've obviously forgotten quite a bit about some of my obligations that i needed to do because it involved me setting in looking at tv for multiple days straight and just recuperating health recuperating your mental health deteriorating your other health my physical health yeah oh for sure Yeah how about you. What have you been up to for the past We bet well not much. I mean. I think we're all hoping for better better weather. A pair went accident. Meeting comes on strong on that one better weather in manitoba so we can hang out outside more. I think the kids are ready to to be outside more. So we're just waiting and now we're going back into a lockdown here in manitoba so yeah it's gonna be a long for weeks. Oh for sure because we're going back down to know gatherings whatsoever and then also Only ten people in church..

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"a pair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:33 min | 5 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We sat in the chair just the way. He's is look dull and lifeless. we were already dead. I couldn't think of anything. Brilliant to say or do soy rummaged around my suitcase and pulled out a bottle and i found a pair of glasses and the bathroom import a couple of drinks. When i came out he had moved on a chair. He looked crumple. Like one out. Suit of clothes made no effort to look at me when i checked the glasses. Try to go on drinking..

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"a pair" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

04:27 min | 5 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"Let's talk about ray. Really his true calling as he needs to be the next aina garden he needs to have his own fabulous lifestyle and he's like yeah What we call your show lightning no outrageously ray. That's the one. I liked that. I'm writing it down outrageously ray because you're outrageous and your fun and your festive and you make fucking spread but you're also really domesticated in the sense that like if i needed a whip stitch on a pair of pants and needed a crude tape ladder as like ray. What do i do. You would pull it together. Yeah also like. I've been known to fix a fucking toilet..

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"a pair" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

05:54 min | 6 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Saint patrick's day. I thought it was a thing. Can i make a confession. I just grabbed the shirt at random. Didn't even think of it happens to be green so really. I'm the only person who on purpose were green on saint patrick's day culture. Not a costume. Jack what an unfunny group of people. You're glum lot bunch. Guam blanks mill gibson. So when i was a kid. I used to buy packs baseball cards. You'd buy a pack. My kids do with pokemon cards. Actually you buy a pack. There's a bunch in there. You don't know what they are. You open them up. And you're hoping you'll get a good one every once why you get a really good one. Usually you get a bunch of medium ones. But you're hoping for a really good one so now they do it with these. Nf it's digital videos and you bought a pack of those. Yes i There there were literally hundreds of thousands of people trying to get one of. I think it was about thirty. Thousand packs I i got the quote unquote the privilege to buy. One of those packs a cost me about two hundred dollars two hundred dollars from pack videos. How many and how many video six or seven. Something like that. And you're hoping one of the goodwin one. Yeah yeah and from the reading. The marketplace already was very hard for me to take just come up You know snake eyes and get zero out of this. It was very likely that it was at least going to be able to get the two hundred dollars value back. I ended up hitting a little bit big. I got the rare card that the serial number of the moment that i had matched the jersey number of the player that it was about wish for some reason makes it more valuable. Why not. I'm not gonna argue. What hello and because these things are serialized right. There's only a certain number of printed The number one cereals tend to be worth the most because those were printed i. The jersey numbers tend to be the the second most valuable and one of my digital moments. My non fungible tokens sold this morning for about six thousand dollars. How so you're going to get hit with whatever three four thousand dollars you're gonna get from though the biden account and i don't know what you're gonna get We have another coworker. Got seven thousand dollars in their account in the last couple of and you hit six thousand dollars on this. You gotta hit on a hot chick that's outside of your your league i'm sliding into scarlett johansson's dm's as we speak your role here. What are you know about. Non fungible tokens where. That's insane six grand on a two hundred dollar bed is now bed. Pretty good i i. There's chances i could've held out for more. But i don magical bean stuff. I'll take the year. I'll take the six grand out today off but two hundred as opposed to maybe some mythical futuristic land where it's worth maybe double or something no idea right right you're either going to be just so grateful to yourself for selling right now are kicking yourself for the rest of your life. So here's a question for you. I have several questions number one. Did you ever watch any of these videos. Or oh the there. There is essentially the length of a gift. The moments themselves are not longer than like ten seconds if one of them for six thousand dollars do they look any different than when i just watch a highlight on my phone. They kind of do a neat at it or they'll show the conclusion of the play like from a couple of different angles But other than that no and this player was he like a superstar or young promising guy but not not a future hall of famer locker e like if he makes an all star game he's over performance. You know i. It's probably not a name. I would even know brandon clark. You guys probably okay any chance. That people getting money into their accounts played into how much money people were willing to spend on your though the government money. Yeah possibly leading the guys hard for me to eliminate that as possible. of course money's fungible. I don't know if you know that tokens are not fungible. Yes which is the whole point of them. I have another question so at the point. The whoever's selling these things has hundreds of thousands of people vying for the right to buy a limited number. Didn't they just jack up the price because the company does not set the price of the second hand market. This is entirely peer to peer. It is a it's it's essentially like its own kind of walled garden ebay. Only it's not auction based you have to just list it for the price you're out sell it for. Do you know about supply and demand. Yeah with that concept yes. I think that's exactly my question though. So these had already been issued at the point that you bought them you want them on the second hand market and i opened mine and a pack that was sold from the from the retailer will part of it is on the second hand. I sell the the contents of that pact to other users of top. Sure right right which brings me back to my question. Why doesn't the retailer sell them for what they're worth. Because it the whole thing i guess my guess is their math tells them at scales better to do it this way. So this one thing. That never happened. Baseball cards is where. There's you know when the new baseball packs showed up at the five and dime downtown opie taylor in this scenario My childhood was actually kind of like that but there weren't ten thousand kids waiting outside the door for fifty packs of baseball cards to start with the demand. Way outstripping the supply right off the bat if you'll expression and it took me a second understand positive shawn's answer but now i get it so the grocery store in your scenario has a couple of choices number one. They can continue to sell them at a low rate drawing enormous crowds or they could maximize profits in the short term and probably kill the market. It would over in a day when yeah so the so the the people are buying them to get rich not to join to own them. That is certainly part.

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"a pair" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

07:21 min | 6 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Fireworks. Huge explosion on -tario california by a large amount of commercial grade fireworks that exploded. Two people died as a woman at her house going inside to check on our family and pets and then the third explosion. There you heard was fire. Works going on after the blast. She's out scare the crap body. Yeah you would know what the heck was going on may him how many people died these two It's awful interesting law idea. They got here in california making a crime to send unsolicited lewd pictures and videos. Oh got a stamp of approval from the senate judiciary committee. It's an attempt to punt getty would like to recall these email. It's an attempt to call out and punish cyber flashing which they described as a mortar modern form of sexual harassment that seems to only be increasing frequency and boldness with this covers zoom bombing so many shows up with their junk on your zoom meeting. Yeah they probably show with somebody elses junk. It's usually porn or something like that right and and listen. I was sending out some whimsical saint patrick's day pictures of my unit dressed as a leprechaun. I meant no armed. Anybody at little green exactly died green. I apologize died. Green according to pew fifty three percent of young american woman and thirty seven percent of young american men have been sent unsolicited sexually explicit material while online. Half of women have received an unsolicited sexual picture. Amazing that's a bold move man. I get it if you're like your boyfriend girlfriend and you're doing this sort of thing. I completely understand that. But the just gonna see how she reacts to this. Wow yeah that's That's wild in what setting positive. Sean is suppose this happens. Mostly could be after bad dates right. You already got the person's phone number. It's it's that's the only scenario. I could see where someone would have the information to do that too. But are you doing this to make the mad or to to to to make them want. You depends on the person while i can we. Yeah yeah there could just be a. Oh yeah what do you think this. And then there could be a. I don't know maybe this is how some people. I have no idea jacket dangerous online. That online Were been sent unsolicited exceptionally explicit material while online. Oh yeah so that could include so you don't have to have the phone number right so if we match on tinder i can. I can share pictures in our direct message on tinder. And if things turn south and all of a sudden i just start flooding at dm with junk picks or whatever. I wanna weird impulse. There's a lot of weirdos. There are way more weirdos than you think no matter. What sort of person you're thinking about. There are way more than than you think and it used to be. They couldn't impact you but thanks to the internet. They can one more reason to unplug the internet. If you're a weird on you're listening right now. If she turned you down. She's not going to say yes now that you've sent her an unsolicited picture of your naughty bits. I've missed. I missed read you jim. I would like to go out with you. I don't think they're hoping for that. So it's a punishment it's a flag. I'm just flashing. You're gonna look at my junk luma junk. It's hard to explain flashers if you're not one i don't apparently i'm not the last thing i want is to see that. And then it comment upon it boy a rating now now. Let's leave it unrated okay. It's like a new girl. A the charming funny one. He came out of the shower or something like that. And you know just the way l. Was there the new girl. And she turned around and saw him naked and she started laughing and it really became a problem between him and he thought she laughed at him because of his genitalia. She said she just laughs when she's nervous like some people do and but like yeah i don't want i'm i'm the opposite. Whatever the opposite of a flasher is three pairs of underwear on right now. In case way explains you're kidding Man a totally different topic. I wanted to get this on. A couple of things have been hanging onto supermarket. Chain owner kroger nouakchott wandering greg. The kroger says it'll close three stores in l. a. In response to rules requiring a five dollar an hour pay bump for grocery workers during the pandemic the latest round of closures announced since the hero pay mandates emerged earlier this year to ralph's into food for lesser slated for closure. You're not getting your hero pay if it's closed don't work there anymore. How's your utopia coming along. There's a steak 'n shake on the east coast. That's going all automated. They're spending a couple of hundred thousand dollars on a pieces of equipment that will make your burgers and shakes and fries and everything like that. No human beings involved and you know that's being driven by these scares of raising minimum. Wage is trying to figure out. How could we possibly stay in business. Yeah i was at the mcdonalds the other day first time in ages. Judy and i stopped by to grab a little breakfast. And i noticed that the drive through window they have an automated drink system. The cups are pulled along by conveyor high gets spit in them than the drink gets put in them with no human touch them. I'd rather have the machine spitting the ice in it then. So angry. workers spitting whatever in it spitting into the ice. Yes yeah exactly. Exactly has an argument today about the minimum wage. One guy says it ought to be twenty four dollars an hour boy print anything. How'd you make that work. You wouldn't what's it like at the border. Boy william this. According to the cdc one in three american adults don't get enough sleep but a good night's rest is so important it can boost your immune system and increase your energy and sleepnumber knows quality. 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"a pair" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

04:09 min | 6 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"It's interesting and you're when people hear about that. The crowd that you're trying to win over is going to dig in more absolutely. Don't you think. Yeah yeah new. Side is on your side but the crowd. That is skeptical about all the trans stuff in the modern human right and everything like that. They hear that a book won't be allowed the challenges it forget it. You've lost them. Yeah yeah inappropriately so that that's the actions of somebody who can't defend their position if you ask me sure you know. I've said it many times and will continue to you. You have that situation. You think that's the way to deal with it and you're an adult. I don't make decisions. You do go ahead and you have my blessing and i hope you have a happy life but there are a hell of a lot of people including some people i love and maybe even the guy talking the microphone right now who aren't always comfortable in their own skin and everybody wants to know. Where do i go. What words do i need to hear. What change do i have to make that. I can be a happier person and some people decide. I need to be the other sex. And then i will be happy and comfortable in my own skin and then they get there and it's not like that one kid in britain who were sightings the only case of this. There are many of the many many many of them who get the sex change. Then realize oh. I'm the same unhappy person. I'm just a girl or identify as a woman. Make a change less dramatic to see if that answers. The question. When i was nineteen i tried a perm and parachute pants and i realized i'm the same person now. Just an object of ridicule pants squeezes. My genitals mentioned the other day at my house that i had a perm. My kids didn't what what i won't wipe. My wife was done rolling on the floor laughing and could catch your breath. She explained to the kids would've perm was and now it just seems to come up every single day. Wow dad wants had a perm tight little curly. Perm gas like yeah. I'm picturing the dad from the brady bunch. What was his name. Yeah the trying to explain that it was popular at one time. Among like practically everybody like all the males in the brady bunch the early episodes they have straight hair and then at some point they all have tight curly hair. Y'all got prominence right. Yeah yeah. I just wanted like robert plant hair. I wanted to big rock. God curly hair. My young roger daltry. The who. My youngest son can do that. He's really blessed that way. I've got mick jagger. You'd think i'd appreciate that it stringy. It's brown it. Just kinda hangs down a god to but we all wanna be something different than we are. Jack i've got live under a bridge hair but you know what i was born with a giant explosion sound. Michael claims. it's entertaining. And i think it sounds like it probably is or whole bunch of fireworks..

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"a pair" Discussed on Eyes on Conservation Podcast

Eyes on Conservation Podcast

05:36 min | 6 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Eyes on Conservation Podcast

"See brand pedal of video featuring somebody talking about inclusivity and it's just this one off thing and like i i do see these attempts to sort of like reframe and shift. The blame away from larger bodies is the reason why xyz But i still think that there's not enough being done. You know the fact that you've you've felt that you had to create this company. I mean it's amazing but it just you you were saying i wanted to create a pair of pants for myself and i wasn't finding what i wanted out there so i had to make it myself. I fully had to create entire clothing brand. And do all of this work just so that i could get a pair of fitting pants with all the features that i wanted. That is insane rate. that's insane. It's totally ridiculous. And i should not have to be able to do. I should not have to do this. And when people are like. Aren't you worried that like some major brand is going to start doing the same thing and then you're going to go out of business and i'm like bring it like the day that me and all my friends can walk into a major outdoor retail establishment and buy clothes that we don't have to sit there going. Oh will this fit me but instead go okay. Ten different options and it get to choose between color and style and use case. That's the day we win right. That is the day we all win. And so i welcome in fact. I am even helping other brands figuring out how to do plus. Because i'm just like let's do it. I want i want competitors. I want the college. I want this landscape. I'm not competing against a single company and competing against an entire industry and so when all the companies work together we change the industry. And now it's better so and that's systemic right. That's not just one brand deciding to do the right thing right. It's gonna be a lot more work than that and as you were describing this..

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"a pair" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

Wardrobe Crisis

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Wardrobe Crisis

"Locker placate. I think and i think it must have been accustomed because i am absolutely fascinated by great design and when i bought it are looked up the label and found out of the history of the garment. So like i say it was a custom made. I think piece from australian designer called smyrna for thing and when i looked at their range they didn't have anything similar so somebody would actually commission the pace which makes it a lot more special rights. We had a conversation before we press record and he said to me the wants to stand out. You don't look like everybody else asteroid exactly right or had a section in my life. Where i didn't really represent myself and have access to opt shops has actually give me the opportunity to express myself more while i a return that so when you were young you were very creative is the addressing and then did you leave a little bit and then come back to it. Yeah i think to be honest with you. I've got to be completely honest here. I did get sucked into that hole. Aspirational dressing thing. Where i was dressing out of time. I was i was feeling yes. I'm not good enough. You know on a sock logic. Hula deep also unconscious level. And i did feed into and was ending up with clothes that were at me and then our refound myself i went to an exhibition cooled a slow fashion fast fashion where it spoke about. How what it takes to produce a pair of jeans and even a t-shirt and i think it woke me up to a lot of things and are referred in love with the idea of thrift ding and found myself again pretty much but that's really interesting. Yeah yeah totally just changed your view on fashion. I think how did have that moment. Where i did get sucked in to the thought of i need to have to be and then that that was a pivotal moment when i went to the exhibition to go. Wow are really wanna be a call. This and are from going back into shops are found. This is have unique voice again. So yeah it was a revelation when we were preparing for this interview. You talked about and these words. How removed from inspiration to aspiration. Could you explain what you mean by that. Yes so there was such a big gap between soft haves and have not so. You could only be inspired. You can be part of that dream..

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"a pair" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Doing that. That's basically that's basically video that they released of this. This rollerblade swati okay. Here's it here is a carried a pair at my favorite paragraph from reuters. Right up on this reuters. The unbiased international news aggregation service. This safety concerns were raised. When initial footage of karachi's unit trained karachi's unit training showed officers carry and heavier weapons but ali who oversees the project. So the you know what only carry. Handguns reducing the risk of bullets. Ricocheting can we eliminate the risk not reduce it. Maybe maybe we shouldn't can run firearms and roller plates. Like as great as it sounded on paper maybe we can give them like little batons tasers or something but live ammunition on rollerblades. I-it can you imagine sure to a gun while rollerblading like rollerblading awkward enough but if you had to shoot at target with a handgun rollerblades. But then i was thinking about what are the tactical advantages right. Rollerblades we'll obviously you can move faster pretty nimble and at first i was like from a tactical perspective. I don't think it's a bad idea then. I watched him in the video and a lot. Further training is online in these parks and urban areas that are surrounded by desert and sand and beaches. And it's like well. If i'm a criminal. I literally just walk into the sand. Be like can come chasing your rollerblades. Good luck in the sand in those other grasp by snatch a purse to the grass. What's their move. What are they are they gonna sit down and scrap.

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"a pair" Discussed on Fatherhood Friday’s

Fatherhood Friday’s

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on Fatherhood Friday’s

"Yeah. Ns oh it's so interesting because sometimes losing a pair and you know specifically father you you can either draw closer to some people. Draw away from god because of the death toll. Yeah and it was. I realized that i really angry. When i've see say my i say something to my mom i see her face. Kind of make flinch a little bit like We're talking about something. I just remember being so upset. Sixteen and some asthma. My we do this. Why.

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"a pair" Discussed on DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast

DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"a pair" Discussed on DrayZera UNCENSORED Podcast

"Man that is not as mad. All man agassi the myself like that reminds me yet. You've been before once i dislike is a big man. Mysterious used to get knowledge in large in years long committed. Probably feels like he is with with pandemic genius. Yes won't do you think so well. It's about nausea. Your opinion goes you know you know norfolk better than me. I have this like a mad. Have this trampoline place. I have you. Have you heard of this joe gravity. That's one you've been there times. You enjoy it so is kind of cover under type of experience of snakes. You had to pick a particular time. And then they give you a pair of socks. Luckily you have to buy so recall wearing someone else. Oakley soaks raise brand new. So you put your socks on the nearby heard you kind of like kind of great things and we're ready. Stop to think. This is quite well in this series. Asli take this seriously. This video.

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"a pair" Discussed on One Outer

One Outer

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"a pair" Discussed on One Outer

"At this board. This is one of the more difficult full you could make if you didn't know anything about the field it's also extremely difficult. Because this is micro stakes isn't low to mid stakes which would be my normal wheelhouse in micro stakes. You'll just see a guy. Go insane there with seven five on occasion but with the understanding that this is just my personal opinion. I don't blame you having trouble with his hand. It's very hard to stomach folding there and if there was any time to go this is a guy who could turn into a bluff. It would be in these microbes tournaments but my personal belief. Just add after having played this game for a long time is that the average guy doesn't wanna make a big mistake deepen tournament after he's gone through that many people so it's really hard to find blocks to the guys who were always worried about that. One shot that could take them out of the fight just kept going on better and better and better and the guys that were hyper aggressive. And were supposedly talented and took big risks. That weren't always worn and kept taking themselves out of the game. So i think without further knowledge i think you have such a. I think you have more. If you're listening to this podcast. If you're the type of person who studies poker you have a considerable edge on this field. I would say you can help on that flop right. I don't blame you for thinking okay. He's converting a lot of payers and bluffs and whatnot perhaps then call would be more advisable on the flop to allow them to punch himself out on the turner. I'm beside him. You know what. I've observed from the field. People really are resistant to raising raising with a pair and the board. They're very freaked out about. Raising bluff are withdraw is a high board when they don't have over cards so i think it's i think we we probably could have folded on this board..

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