35 Burst results for "A. Reverse"

Three Dead in Austin Shooting

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 2 hrs ago

Three Dead in Austin Shooting

"A manhunt is underway in Austin, Texas, after three people were shot to death, a man and two women. It happened around midday Northwest Austin Interim police chief Joshi Koen says they're looking for 41 year old Stephen Broderick. Bill have many, many people in this area from all the agencies and I talked about that have That continued to look in this area or this individual. She can't says they still don't know the motive. As the investigation is underway, reversed night 11 call had gone out warning people in the area to shelter in

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Biden Holds off on Increasing US Refugee Admissions for Now

Science Friday

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Biden Holds off on Increasing US Refugee Admissions for Now

"Established by the Trump administration. NPR's barbers. Front reports and earlier announcement said the White House would keep the refugee admissions capped at 15,000 level set by the previous administration. The notice was widely criticized by Democrats and human rights groups, with many citing Biden's own pledges during the presidential campaign to raise the cap. White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the initial announcement was made because Biden was urged to take action. To reverse former President Donald Trump's policy that band refugees from many key regions and that the initial White House order accomplished that she said Biden would set a final increased refugee cap for the remainder of the fiscal year. By May, 15th. Barbara Sprint. NPR NEWS Washington The State Department's internal watchdog

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Federal officials reverse limits on fetal tissue research

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

Federal officials reverse limits on fetal tissue research

"The blighted ministrations reverse trump error restrictions on the use of human fetal tissue for medical research government scientists will be able to resume their work and research that uses tissue from elective abortions looking for treatments for various diseases including coal bed in the past such researches help produce vaccines for rubella rabies and drugs to treat HIV but the work has been criticized by abortion opponents the trump administration changed the policy in June of twenty nineteen requiring permission from a special ethics panel for any federal grants end consent from anyone donating fetal tissue health and Human Services secretary hobby Erebus era says researchers can go back to past policies members of Congress who sought the reversal are praising the move but the national right to life committee call city sickening decision Jackie Quinn Washington

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US Lifts Vietnam, Switzerland From Currency Manipulator List

Here & Now

00:14 sec | 2 d ago

US Lifts Vietnam, Switzerland From Currency Manipulator List

"The Treasury Department's removing Switzerland Vietnam from a list of countries considered currency manipulators that reverses a move made under the Trump administration, the two countries will remain on an enhanced scrutiny list. Along with

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Rep. Steve Scalise Reports VP Harris 'Missing' Amid Border Crisis

Radiosurgery New York

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Rep. Steve Scalise Reports VP Harris 'Missing' Amid Border Crisis

"President Biden advice President Harris need to see the chaos they've created at the Southern border. Vice President Harris needs to go down to the border and see this for herself because maybe she would then Encourage President Biden to reverse his policies that have failed House Republicans slam vice president Kamila Harris is failure to visit the southern border since being tapped to play a key role in the migrant crisis. Putting your face on a milk carton to demonstrate that she's been missing since being tapped with roll weeks ago. White, former suburban

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Fed Will Begin Reducing Bond Purchases Before Raising Interest Rates

C-SPAN Programming

02:24 min | 3 d ago

Fed Will Begin Reducing Bond Purchases Before Raising Interest Rates

"The chairman of the Federal Reserve Jerome Powell, today, suggesting that the Fed would follow the same playbook and develop back in 2013 and 2014 once it decides to reverse what it calls its asset purchase program, meaning tapering off those asset purchases would come quote well before any interest rate increase was part of a virtual conversation sponsored by the Economic Club of Washington. Here's some background since last summer, the Fed has been buying about $80 billion in Treasury bonds and about $40 billion In mortgage backed securities each month is a way to boost the economy and to keep the financial market conditions on an even keel. So for now, you can expect interest rates to remain low. He offered this assessment on the U. S. Economy post Cobain 19. E. I think the first thing to realize is that the structure of the economy is always changing. So the economy that we had back in college was one where low unemployment leads a high inflation and inflation state. Hi. It's very different now. And so we have to constantly update our thinking about the way the way the economy actually worked now bringing that to the present. We're coming back to a different economy. It's not going to be the same economy is the one we left and weigh. Don't know. Exact. What that will be, But we have some ideas and we're going to be finding out. I think you're beginning now. One of them is that they'll beam or, of course, they'll beam or remote working remotely. That's one thing another is we've talked to companies and been consulting firms who have pooped surveyed companies and many, many companies have spent the last year thinking about how they can use more effective technology, perhaps at the expense of of the number of people that need it. So do that. Do Their work with fewer people. And that's a lot of the service industry companies that have been traditionally big hirers of relatively low skilled low paid people. So that's a concern because we still have many millions of people from those jobs who were working in public facing service sector jobs. They don't have a lot of other skills or wealth. And so we need to be thinking about what they're going to do and how how they gonna find their way back to the lives and the working lives that they had, and it'll be different. Other ways as well way we'll be learning about that. And we always try to try not to settle on one model of the economy and think that we really understand this because it's ever

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Biden Begins to Undo Trump's Ban on Abortion Referrals

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

Biden Begins to Undo Trump's Ban on Abortion Referrals

"The by the administration has moved to start reversing Donald trump's family planning policy the trump administration's twenty nineteen change to the federal family planning program band clinics from referring women for abortions that led Planned Parenthood to drop out of the program and the complicated things for women trying to get birth control women's groups called it a gag rule proposed by the administration change would undo trump changes that also required federally funded clinics to financially and physically separate themselves from facilities providing abortions the supreme court's already agreed to hear a challenge to the trump rules Sager mag ani Washington

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Overcoming Anxiety and Mental Health Disorders

Break The Rules

02:18 min | 4 d ago

Overcoming Anxiety and Mental Health Disorders

"Roseanne so so honored to have you in the house and thanks so much for coming on if you could excited to be here and i love talking about why people have mental health issues and in this surprising reasons. They could be struggling as well as all of the ways that they can have hope and take action in a different way that they've been doing so that they can reduce reverse mental health symptoms rates. So we don't talk about that enough in there so many proven ways and that's really my mission to really bring hope to people So that they can be focused not moody and feel good about themselves. 'cause people are struggling. Yeah well. I just love how you are trailblazer in that field. Because i think myself as a byproduct of like years and years and years of therapies your sorry lived to tell about it but also spearheaded me into this holistic realm as well and just seeing some of the missing links. But let's hear a little bit about how you got into this. Because i know you've been doing it for quite some time. Yeah this is my thirtieth year in mental health lawrence. So and so what happened to me. Is that literally. This is my call right so i was guided to do this work. Whatever your spiritual system is. But i truly was guided from above and so my story is when i was five years old. I have an unbelievable memory. And i can remember things almost like watching and so when i tell the story i run a movie real and so is about five and my mom's friend. Angela asked me when i was going to be when i was older. Of course in italian she asked me. And i said a psychiatrist and it just came out of my now. I had no understanding of what a psychiatrist or exposure to psychiatrist. And then over time i realize psychiatrist essentially or pill pushers and i change at being a therapist and that really just what i wanted to do. I knew that. I was really good at talking to people in guiding them to feel better whatever they were struggling with. and so. that's that's my story of how i got involved.

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LEC’s 2021 Spring Split Recap

The Dive

01:35 min | 5 d ago

LEC’s 2021 Spring Split Recap

"L. also. I didn't get to watch the whole thing. I mean i was kind of watching them my phone a bit. Obviously it went over into our show started But the reverse sweep for mad. Lions was pretty crazy that's definitely a heartbreaker for rogue as wave like seven years to finally get to final c at his emotional interview. They're up to. Oh and they day from what i had seen felt like. They were in a commanding position. A lot of those games so to let them slip away and get reverse left is pretty brutal For rogue but you know both these teams i think are really seeking some international redemption. Both had awful showings at worlds in a rogue went. What was it one. Five or zero six. In groups mad tied for last implants won the tiebreaker and then got knocked out in the first round of of the best of fives didn't even get to the qualifying round for world soon. It was the first major region team to ever actually get knocked out there. So in both these teams. I think are really hungry for redemption have improved. I think a lot from last year as well. And as as someone who is not least like you know person who's casting lez like i can get if you're if you're really hard corelli's that you're just like they don't just send you to. I know they'll do well but from the outside perspective like this is cool. I think it's exciting to see someone. That's not just the okay fanatic and g to our which one wins this time. Because that's what you has been always you know. They had one non fanatic. Gt winner ever and it was alliance in what two thousand fourteen two thousand thirteen or something like that. So i was really excited to see some new blood coming up. I think it's it's really really cool.

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More Than 700 Civilians Killed By Myanmar Junta Since Coup

WBUR Programming

01:48 min | 6 d ago

More Than 700 Civilians Killed By Myanmar Junta Since Coup

"Civilian leader on San Souci was hit with another criminal charge by the military this time for allegedly breaching covert 19 restrictions under the country's natural disaster management law. Souci, who has been detained since the February 1st coup now faces six criminal charges altogether, as well as lengthy prison sentences. Meanwhile, more than 80 people were killed by security forces on Friday. It's the largest single death toll in weeks, Yet protesters are still trying to reverse the military coup. Some say it has left me and more on the brink of collapse. Reporter Michael Sullivan spoke with a woman who has lived through several crackdowns in Myanmar and a warning this story contains graphic descriptions of violence. University of Washington professor Mary Callahan has had a front row seat watching me and Mar descend into chaos. Her neighborhood in the commercial capital Yangon. Ah, hot spot for protests and the crackdowns that follow seeing from my condo balcony. People fleeing Into the spider web of streets in the neighborhood and soldiers chasing them in then random shootings and the terrorizing Of the people on the streets every night. Her routine the past few months has included a nightly walk around the neighborhood just before sundown and nightly chats with some of the young people. They all know me and they all know I speak for my knees. And it's like they wait for me to show me Grisly pictures and videos of things. They took or they pulled off Somehow, social media even though they no longer have no bio data. Mobile data was cut

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South Korean Battery Makers Reach Settlement in US Trade Dispute

WBUR Programming

01:01 min | Last week

South Korean Battery Makers Reach Settlement in US Trade Dispute

"South Korean battery makers say they've reached an agreement to settle a trade secrets dispute over electric vehicle battery technologies. Johnny Kauffman from member station W. A. B reports. The announcement comes just hours before President Biden's deadline today to decide whether to reverse a U. S. International Trade Commission decision. The South Korean company SK Innovation is building an electric vehicle battery factory in northeast Georgia. But the U. S International Trade Commission ruled against SK Innovation in a trade secrets case, blocking the company from doing new battery business for a decade, although President Biden could overturn that ruling. That Wilson is Georgia's economic development commissioner were absolutely excited about what s K is going to bring to Northeast Georgia, and we are hopeful that the bite administration is going to recognize that an overturned the NTC decision. The Biden administration has said Little about the case publicly for NPR news. I'm Johnny Kauffman in Atlanta.

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Washington DC area schools expect higher enrollment in fall

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | Last week

Washington DC area schools expect higher enrollment in fall

"Prince George's County has kids back in the classroom again on a hybrid schedule, But many students are choosing to stay all virtual and others have left the system altogether. School leaders think classrooms will fill out in the fall, though overall enrollment is down this school year in Prince George's County, we saw the con in a Roman of about 2000 students. But many of those who are younger students where their parents could actually do that all that home teaching experience. But Monica Goldson, the CEO of the County school system says that's likely to reverse back in the next school year. We're expecting that those families will come back, and we'll still see a percent about a 1% increase in student body as well. And that also means the county expects to hang a help wanted sign outside of schools this summer. Definitely every increase of students that we have will cause an increase in the number of staff that we hired John Doman w T O P News.

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Amazon Takes Early Lead as Union Vote Count Gets Underway

BBC World Service

02:03 min | Last week

Amazon Takes Early Lead as Union Vote Count Gets Underway

"Been trying to defeat attempts to unionize one of its warehouses in the U. S house. The contest going Well, it was a ballot on Thursday about 3000 votes were cast at the warehouse, which is in Alabama in the southern United States s O far all about half of the ballots were counted. Late on Thursday night in the United States. It's now the middle of March Friday morning or very early in the middle of the night in Friday, Friday in the United States, there was, um or than 2 to 1 lead, it seems say that's an early tally. The votes will continue. The vote counting will continue on Friday. But for now, it seems that the retail wholesale and department store union Which was trying to unionize. This particular plant doesn't seem to be successful. It's a difficult time for unions. There's been plenty of plenty of complaints about companies like Amazon during the during the pandemic about the way they've treated the way they've treated workers. And you might think that this would be a first I'll ground for unions to try to Unionized members in these new businesses like Amazon, but so far it's not looking good. Who has most to lose or gain here. Well, I think that in some ways, the you it's not good for the unions because there's been a decline in union membership going on. Decades. Now, the latest statistics say about 11% of American workers belong to unions. That compares to in the early eighties when it was about 20% belonged to unions. So this was a chance. Perhaps you mean America, Amazon is America's largest employer. This was a chance, perhaps to try and reverse that tide. Of course, Amazon would probably lose a lot, too, if its unionized workers, it says is being fighting this, Andre. It really, you know, doesn't like the idea of having unions in its warehouses because it's worried about That basically, unions might drive wages up, and certainly statistics

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Former College Track and Field Coach Charged in Cyberstalking and Fraud Investigation

WGN Programming

00:31 sec | Last week

Former College Track and Field Coach Charged in Cyberstalking and Fraud Investigation

"Former Chicago college track coach is accused of tricking students into sending him hundreds of nude photos. The FBI says Steve Waits stole nude photos off the cell phones of female athletes at Northeastern University in Boston. Created fake social media profiles and contacted the students, saying he had found their photos online. He then asked them to send more nude pictures, claiming he would do a reverse image search in order to remove them. With previously coached a Concordia University in the Illinois Institute of Technology. He now faces federal charges of cyber

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Ex-Northeastern Coach Solicited Nude Photos From Students

WBZ Overnight News

00:51 sec | Last week

Ex-Northeastern Coach Solicited Nude Photos From Students

"Northeastern track and field coach, is under arrest in Chicago. WBC's Karen Regal tells us he's accused of tricking students into sending him compromising pictures. Former Northeastern track and field coach Steve Wait was picked up in Chicago, accused of using fake social media accounts to try and get female students to send him nude or partially nude photos themselves. Here's how the feds say the scheme worked with would reach out to students allegedly starting at Northeastern and say he had seen such pictures online and offered to help get those pictures off line. He said he needed similar pictures for a reverse image search at Northeastern and other institutions He allegedly used fake Internet handles like privacy protector. Federal investigators also allege he cyber stalked one Northeastern student athlete. Court paperwork reveals wife allegedly searched online for answers to questions like Can anyone trace my fake instagram account back to

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Ex-Northeastern track coach charged with nude photo scheme

WBZ Afternoon News

00:49 sec | Last week

Ex-Northeastern track coach charged with nude photo scheme

"General. Ah, former Northeastern track and field coach is under arrest in Chicago WBC's Karen Regal tells us he's accused of tricking students into sending him compromising photos. Former Northeastern track and field coach Steve Wait was picked up in Chicago, accused of using fake social media accounts to try and get female students to send him nude or partially nude photos themselves. Here's how the feds say the scheme worked with would reach out to students allegedly starting at Northeastern and say he had seen such pictures online and offered to help get those pictures off line. He said he needed similar pictures for a reverse image search at Northeastern and other institutions He allegedly used fake Internet handles like privacy protector. Federal investigators also alleges. Cyber stalked one Northeastern student athlete. Court paperwork reveals wife allegedly searched online for answers to questions like Can anyone trace my fake instagram

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Boston Harbor Cruises has a new name

WBZ Midday News

00:18 sec | Last week

Boston Harbor Cruises has a new name

"Say he had seen such pictures online and offered to help get those pictures off line. He said he needed similar pictures for a reverse image search at Northeastern and other institutions He allegedly used fake Internet handles like privacy protector. Federal investigators also alleges. Cyber stalked one Northeastern student athlete. Court

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How to take a break from your podcast

Podcasting Q&A

01:55 min | Last week

How to take a break from your podcast

"Let's talk about some tips and tricks that will give you peace of mind during your hiatus and talk about some features within bus brow that you can leverage if you do choose to take a break from podcasting. I i'd recommend having a timeline in mind. Are you taking a break from podcasting. For a week a month or longer than that having a timeline in mind will make planning your podcast break and eventual return much easier. Secondly it's a good idea to communicate these decisions to your listeners. Let them know that you'll be taking a break. And when they can expect you to return this will help give them a mental note of winter. Resume listening to the podcast again. Lastly consider sharing updates of your listeners. During your break let him know how things were going. Let him know about some of the awesome things you've got lined up this a help. Give them some reassurance that when do return they've got some awesome content to look forward to lastly when you do decide to take that much needed break and you aren't recording. New episodes bus proud does offer an archive plan. This plan is a great option. If you want to keep your current episodes but you don't see yourself uploading new episodes anytime soon. Let me show you where to find this plan on your bus route dashboard. Go to your bus brow dashboard. Click the podcast settings tab and then click cancel slash redirect podcast. You'll be presented three options. Archive your podcast. Which allows you to keep all your episodes online for only five dollars a month. This option also keeps your episodes populated on all directories like apple podcasts. Google and spotify the second option is titled redirect and downgrade. You would use this option if you wanted to move your podcast. Who another hosting service. The option available was canceled and deleted all instead of archiving your podcast and subscribers like the other options this one deletes it all sensitive. Delete your podcast unique. Rss feed it cannot be reversed or recovered. You will lose all of your subscribers. In the process you'll have to agree to bus routes terms of cancellation finalize a step. So only pursue this option. If you are absolutely sure that you're done with

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"a. reverse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

07:01 min | 6 months ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"The. Armstrong and getty show. Breaking. News Michael Breaking News Breaking News Brandon. Brandon are breaking. News Baki. As his first. Cup of coffee that's quite a bray. Amy, CONYBEARE, it says advanced to the Senate floors. She's been voted out of the committee despite the Democrats. Boycott it didn't show up according to NPR part of the not showing up was because Dianne. Feinstein Lindsey Graham Oh to. It's so child everybody. Okay. With this new turn quickly and the whole boycotting the inauguration boycotting vote we won't even show up. It's this is the way our Republicans function for hundreds of years. Now you go you have a vote sometimes you win sometimes you lose but now year thou- upset I've done even we don't Work Oh God it's pathetic. A quarter of people have already finished their holiday shopping. It makes you a Weirdo. What more on that later. should even begin to think about I know haven't even crossed my mind. Let you finished your Weirdo. You're a hoarder or year late. Sure. There's any reason to cast aspersions shop to deal with mental issues or something that you got problems. Okay. Cova stuff that none of it's good. So just two days ago I think that was the last time I looked at the rolling fourteen day average is dead's were still down it is and but but cases have been up for a while and as we all know does is a lagging indicator because it takes you a little wild of it. deads are now up nine percent nationwide with the fourteen day rolling average with which is definitely not good. Nobody was necessarily expecting that you know a month or so ago that we're going to have another dead's going up because it'll probably be double digits tomorrow. Kobe highs push hospitals near the brink hospitals across the US are starting to buckle from a resurgence of covid nineteen cases. Several states setting records for the number of people hospitalized. People scrambling to find extra beds and staff from Idaho Ohio in recent days. On again. DADS are up nine percent nationwide on the fourteen day rolling average. Not just one day has not good. No, it's definitely not. and I had one more. University of Michigan has told students to shelter in place because of a spike in Cova cases dying to the whole, you'll be fine stay home all the time thing no doubt your college kid you'll be fine. We actually got this. No good news about Cova I want some good news from Travis remember when a bunch of Florida marlins players caught, cove it big deal. Well, those players are all dead now rest in peace. Oh, wait. They're all fine districts within a couple of weeks and went back to playing baseball. They're all fine every single one of them. As all the college kids will be and the kids and the rest of it, they're fine. Protect the vulnerable decide for yourself. What bargain are you going to strike with the universe? Are you going to hide out completely this and avoid the vet? That's fine. That's your choice you get to make it. Are you going to roll the dice and you know? It could because unless you are very older infirm unless you roll snake eyes five times in a row, you're going to be fine. Now. It's a vicious disease that's killed a bunch of people, but you get to choose how you approach it. Rural counties are getting hit the hardest they've been hit through this whole thing. So it finally reached a rural areas anyway came across this odd way to look at these things. I don't think I've ever heard this before two point five, million years of potential life have been wiped out by covert. Because all the people that died and then life expectancy two, point five, million years of life has wiped up. That's quite a number how intrigue never looked at that. That way that number would be extraordinarily high for lung cancer, for instance, which kills a half, a million people every single year in the united. States I've just never heard about that number before it's an interesting way look at things that would have been a Helluva of weapons to wield in the don't smoke commercial era when that was so hot. So you know, we'll keep our eye on Cova D- factors that may put you at risk for long Cova dive and read this yet. But that's we we know. Holler yeah. We know someone who had that and that's a heck of a deal off off a key risk factors having more than five unique symptoms in the first week of the illness. Not, just a cough but also fatigue sore throat loss of smell and headache. So if you have a whole bunch of them as opposed to just one or two, you got a big old dose. That's when you might be the long hauler Corsino. I was thinking that was that's not that's not a sign. You might be vulnerable the sign you you're about to be man you're about to have it. Yeah. That's people that end up being sick for at least twelve weeks Jeez to longtime now it's terrible and again the the person we know who suffered from this suffered from it is terrible. Yeah. Each then you got the neurological symptoms even when you're you feel better physically mostly still have the cloudiness the inability to concentrate all that stuff is Kobe was born with. Yeah. Cova. Causing this I don't know but sports ratings bad NBA finals lowest ratings ever. NHL Finals lowest ratings ever US Open Golf the other day lowest ratings ever and the world series opener all-time low audience. The other day. I. Needed to know how much is because people are streaming down by twenty five percent from the opening game a year ago I don't know did that many people in one year old inside sudden decide to watch it a different way. I don't know. I couldn't tell you if it's quarter or half or three quarters or every human being right who the ratings dropped I have no idea. But that's where they make their money from the TV ads and. Lowest, audiences ever is going to have an effect on well everything. It's good point building stadiums, player salaries, all kinds of things or if you're a elite shortstop, I'd go ahead and sign a contract now because I don't think salaries are going up. Armstrong and getty. What's up I am machine gun Kelly and look I. Know Halloween is going to suck this year because there's no trick or treating and all that but I've got a treat there's a new podcast that I made with my friends twenty four k golden and Dr Data Dantata. Well Saints not. My friend. But Tommy Lee is and Tommy Lee is saying but they'll just take it from me. Tell Him Satan thanks dude. It feels great to be playing. Satan on this podcast. Listened to Halloween in hell on iheartradio. APP. Apple podcasts or whatever you get your podcasts on..

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"a. reverse" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"And then Sami walks over the Montreal sues kind of leaning up against a wall on some might. You know. The you know. The boys at school dance when you're in seventh grade and no one's asking anyone to dance because they're all shy you know and accept this is a room full of people who are you know out or within the lifestyle a he still feels like. You know and it's not just because he got his face is beaten up or something else like it felt like he does every week. Lay goes there and he stands and leans up against the poll and he just looks down at ground. Because this is space community, but also he's not fully comfortable being himself yet. But tonight is different and also dinner with the Sexuality Dental Tick dinner with all the the WHO knows what he's picked up a with Christina, neom. Is the form of San? Telling US sad story louder depression lot of anger Wa. He's the sad depressed man I mean we know he drinks to the point of fucking light talking to himself on a regular basis you know throw water on the wake him up light. You know and then I being why he sounded like this drinking has been a part of his life for two years. You know as to the violence like maybe depressed you know these kind of before people had all these words and Shit father's nobody was getting fucking therapy math for no color person of that stack late. Night. fucking WBZ boys and Shit. So at any rate. This does turn into this beautiful scene because almost like. He finally lets himself go and be free to a certain extent. Sammy takes his hand dance together. They need stars dance or other people in partying except the music is modern music against I was not like we see horns and old school. Bam. But that's not the music we hear Like the music is very much like a some is lonely world by Moses. Some knee. So it's very negotiate embiid. They literally lift him up in arms, the Queen's like Kerry, him across the party Dassler as glitter rings from the ceiling,.

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"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bio Report

"And so that's You know it's actually been really really helpful. So yeah and and you know but but but again there's you know it's really just the unifying factor is the common experience in in bioinformatic you you mentioned the cancer cachexia program is what's the target in that indication so the You know based based on our Disease cancelling technology We actually identified a couple of related targets that are that are Are Drug is going after but One of them that we've we've disclosed is Is Mac Some that is is one of the One of the targets of our of our jogging we actually presented data on that just Just a few weeks ago in Berlin at the the Ah called SC wd. The Society for CASSIA SARK opinion and muscle wasting. So is this a car seat kinds inhibitor And I don't WanNa get into into too much detail on on On molecules working we. We've we've not disclosed that other than to say that Matt Mack is a is a target. Which of course is a is a kind of so? It's not it's not an unreasonable question for Ya. Yeah well you've got I think about a half dozen other programs in preclinical development right now. This gets expensive offensive once you start moving to the clinic. What's the plan on prioritizing the the programs on the indications pursuing that's a great Great question so you know in terms of in terms of prioritization. You know we're we're certainly very Very data driven You know I think our focus is on my disease areas where our you know. Our platform can identify medicine. That sort of aren't they weren't previously possible with with traditional drug discovery methods. So you know. We're we're really focused on areas specifically where You know where are our platform can can create Medicines where they're really. They're really aren't aren't any or aren't Aren't the the right right ones You're certainly right that the you know as you as you progress Along in the in the Tried to process process the the expenses go up and You know we're we're certainly Excited to take take our you know. Some of the drugs that are portfolio through through to clinical trials and in fact We recently recently hired a new chief medical officer and You know we're excited about that. And he'll be helping to drive drive these programs Through the clinic But the the interesting thing is because of the capital efficiency with which we can bring programs to to the point of Viva proof of concept A- As I mentioned whereabouts Kinda three times more capital efficient than than benchmarks. But there's there's another aspect to it which is that we have much steadier stream of new assets. So you know I And this has to do with eliminating some of the trial and error. or the or the serendipity so you know I ah I think a lot of biotech startups have to focus on a single target or or a single pathway. Because you know just kind of the the eight years of experiments have have sort of pointed them in that in that direction whereas for us with the disease cancelling technology you know as long as we have a good gene expression signature for the aspect of disease. We're looking to cancel. We will get targets hits You know that doesn't mean they're all GonNa work and we certainly certainly assume You know a a healthy failure rate But just just the the steadiness of that output i. I think is very different from from kind of traditional biotech start-ups so it's the combination of those two things the steadiness of the output You know the steady stream of of drug candidates or able to create and the The capital efficiency with which we can do it. I it really creates in some ways kind of the a new business model because the the types of You know up front payments that that farmers typically willing to willing to pay a You know after in Vivo proof of concept while you know they wouldn't they wouldn't be an attractive exit for a kind of a company that has a a single shot on goal or or a small number of programs For us with the capital efficiency. It's it's actually a you know an attractive. Roi Even at that at that point and because we we have a station of other assets that it's not as if we're sort of Giving up a limited number of assets so so we actually are pursuing pursuing a kind of a hybrid business model where You know some of the some of the And we kind of make the decision on a on a program my program basis. So so. We're you know we're certainly equipped to take Take any program that we want all the way through the clinic But on a on a program by program basis you where we find the right partners. We're also open to to licensing drug candidates earlier on SORTA. Shortly after in Vivo proof of concept theft and and we can do that at an attractive Return on investment on a on a per program basis So that's that's kind of I think a fairly Unique business model. That's enabled by by our does. He's canceling technology. Can Co founder and CEO. Immune hearing that. Thanks so much for your time today today. Thanks for having me. Thanks for listening. The buyer report port is a production of the Levin Media Group to automatically download this podcast. Each week subscribe to our RSP or through itunes or other. podcasts manager senator join our mailing list go to Levin Media Group DOT COM. We'd love to hear from you if you want to drop us a line or interested in sponsoring this podcast send email to Danny. At Levin Media Group dotcom special facts to Juggle Levin imposed are themes and the. Jon Levine collective which performs.

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"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bio Report

"And so that's You know it's actually been really really helpful. So yeah and and you know but but but again there's you know it's really just the unifying factor is the common experience in in bioinformatic you you mentioned the cancer cachexia program is what's the target in that indication so the You know based based on our Disease cancelling technology We actually identified a couple of related targets that are that are Are Drug is going after but One of them that we've we've disclosed is Is Mac Some that is is one of the One of the targets of our of our jogging we actually presented data on that just Just a few weeks ago in Berlin at the the Ah called SC wd. The Society for CASSIA SARK opinion and muscle wasting. So is this a car seat kinds inhibitor And I don't WanNa get into into too much detail on on On molecules working we. We've we've not disclosed that other than to say that Matt Mack is a is a target. Which of course is a is a kind of so? It's not it's not an unreasonable question for Ya. Yeah well you've got I think about a half dozen other programs in preclinical development right now. This gets expensive offensive once you start moving to the clinic. What's the plan on prioritizing the the programs on the indications pursuing that's a great Great question so you know in terms of in terms of prioritization. You know we're we're certainly very Very data driven You know I think our focus is on my disease areas where our you know. Our platform can identify medicine. That sort of aren't they weren't previously possible with with traditional drug discovery methods. So you know. We're we're really focused on areas specifically where You know where are our platform can can create Medicines where they're really. They're really aren't aren't any or aren't Aren't the the right right ones You're certainly right that the you know as you as you progress Along in the in the Tried to process process the the expenses go up and You know we're we're certainly Excited to take take our you know. Some of the drugs that are portfolio through through to clinical trials and in fact We recently recently hired a new chief medical officer and You know we're excited about that. And he'll be helping to drive drive these programs Through the clinic But the the interesting thing is because of the capital efficiency with which we can bring programs to to the point of Viva proof of concept A- As I mentioned whereabouts Kinda three times more capital efficient than than benchmarks. But there's there's another aspect to it which is that we have much steadier stream of new assets. So you know I And this has to do with eliminating some of the trial and error. or the or the serendipity so you know I ah I think a lot of biotech startups have to focus on a single target or or a single pathway. Because you know just kind of the the eight years of experiments have have sort of pointed them in that in that direction whereas for us with the disease cancelling technology you know as long as we have a good gene expression signature for the aspect of disease. We're looking to cancel. We will get targets hits You know that doesn't mean they're all GonNa work and we certainly certainly assume You know a a healthy failure rate But just just the the steadiness of that output i. I think is very different from from kind of traditional biotech start-ups so it's the combination of those two things the steadiness of the output You know the steady stream of of drug candidates or able to create and the The capital efficiency with which we can do it. I it really creates in some ways kind of the a new business model because the the types of You know up front payments that that farmers typically willing to willing to pay a You know after in Vivo proof of concept while you know they wouldn't they wouldn't be an attractive exit for a kind of a company that has a a single shot on goal or or a small number of programs For us with the capital efficiency. It's it's actually a you know an attractive. Roi Even at that at that point and because we we have a station of other assets that it's not as if we're sort of Giving up a limited number of assets so so we actually are pursuing pursuing a kind of a hybrid business model where You know some of the some of the And we kind of make the decision on a on a program my program basis. So so. We're you know we're certainly equipped to take Take any program that we want all the way through the clinic But on a on a program by program basis you where we find the right partners. We're also open to to licensing drug candidates earlier on SORTA. Shortly after in Vivo proof of concept theft and and we can do that at an attractive Return on investment on a on a per program basis So that's that's kind of I think a fairly Unique business model. That's enabled by by our does. He's canceling technology. Can Co founder and CEO. Immune hearing that. Thanks so much for your time today today. Thanks for having me. Thanks for listening. The buyer report port is a production of the Levin Media Group to automatically download this podcast. Each week subscribe to our RSP or through itunes or other. podcasts manager senator join our mailing list go to Levin Media Group DOT COM. We'd love to hear from you if you want to drop us a line or interested in sponsoring this podcast send email to Danny. At Levin Media Group dotcom special facts to Juggle Levin imposed are themes and the. Jon Levine collective which performs.

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"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bio Report

"A gene expression signature associated with a particular Taylor aspect of disease That we're looking to cancel So one of our one of our drug programs for cancer CACHEXIA which is the wasting of muscle tissue that occurs late stage cancer patients Many people are familiar with the kind of emaciated appearance That can occur but a few people know that it's it's actually the the final cause of about a third of all cancer deaths Because sadly the the heart or the the long muscles become become too weak to function So this this is kind of the the final cause of a huge number of cancer deaths and yet there are no. Oh No approved therapies. For it You know and I think I think part of the reason for that. It's just not amenable to traditional drug discovery discovery methods so so kind of traditional traditional drug discovery You're screening targets or drugs In Vitro Tro in in cancer cell lines in a petri dish if you will and Really looking to see how well you can kill the cancer cells measured often with a with an I see fifty And it's you know that's often the focus and the and the you know that that's good for discovering certain certain candidates but for You know for aspects of disease like Kexia where it's a it's the result of a complex set of interactions between the tumor and the immune system And the the patients muscle tissue You know screening and and Cancer Cell Lines in vitro is just not you know not really GonNa Anna discovering effective medicine for that. So you know I think that's where platforms like our disease. Cancelling technology can can really shine because What what we're able to do is to take Gene expression data from muscle tissue of cancer patients with and without As well as relevant model systems and and really compare them You know using careful careful bioinformatics including you know very very rigorous quality control and normalization And what that gets us. As a as a really precise signature specifically for or you know which genes are changed as a as a patient develops could Kexia. So that's that's kind of the the key input to our to our platform platform. That's the the disease signal If you will you go back to the metaphor. That's the that's the unwanted noise that you're that you're looking to cancel out And then with that with that input what are what our platform is is able to do is really to two steps. And again it's computational. So there's there's a biology step and a chemistry stuff and in the in the biology. You know what we're doing is Essentially Algorithm mcclay ranking Targets by the extent to which they are able to cancel out that that disease signal Um Um and we do that in a unique and proprietary way and then the the second step once once we have the target our platform is able to Essentially do a virtual high throughput screen so a chemistry step where you know using the amino acid sequence of the target. We're able able to Screen a you know. Large libraries attend tens of millions of compounds and identify the predicted binding affinity So identify predicted predicted hits And then to be clear of course we have to experimentally validate that downstream But you know so. We're with the platform. We're able to computational. Identify SORTA both both targets and hits You know ones that are not not not sort of solely for that target itself but our targets that we know are relevant because they induce a whole set of signals that are likely to cancel out the aspect of disease that were that. Were looking for So that that's really the the disease cancelling technology it's really a a biology platform based expression Closely coupled with the chemistry platform that gets to to the hits the you know the initial a chemical structures that we then of course have to experimentally validate and and you know at LE- lead optimize in a or more traditional way. That's why do so many drugs foul and discovering development and how does your approach minimize the time time and money invested in advancing molecules. That won't Pan out. Yeah it's a great. It's a great question and it's you know it's it's a it's it's a real It's a real challenge. I think the productivity and in pharmaceutical. RND is is certainly has has a lot of opportunities internees for improvement And there's you know there's there's a number of reasons that that drugs fail You know so that we can talk through some some of them. I mean I I I think the first is that traditional drug discovery methods Often require starting with model systems So you're you're doing the initial work in either cell lines in vitro or or animal models and you know those are those are important systems and and they're you know they're they're useful for discovering a lot of drugs but as you know as I noted in the capacity example they you know there's a lot of aspects of disease that they either can't model don't not accurately And and so one of the Nice things about our platform is that with the disease cancelling technology we can actually start with human patient data So the you know the very origin of our our drug programs when we're doing that initial biology Stop is based on human patient data. And so you know I think that's That's an important factor for the ultimate success Savar programs because while of course you know we have to do the same. You know do experiments in in model systems as well. I think there's a difference between starting starting with a model system versus versus starting with human data So I mean that you know. That's that's one of the ways that That were able to increase the rate of success. Asking and then you know I I think The approach these cancelling technology in terms of looking across multiple. You know looking at the impact Both of disease and then the drug candidate across tens of thousands of genes oftentimes times a drug candidates will fail. Due to sort of unintended consequences off target effects are or poly pharmacology And and in our Akeso leveraging that from the start where we're taking that into account from from the beginning and and sort of engineering it in So I think we're able to To do a Lotta that so that that's of the success rate in terms of the time and and capital efficiency it's it's it's a little more straightforward so You know most frequently The the two steps target identification. It's frequently done using You know a trial and error our experiments that that often rely on on serendipity right you have to kind of stumble upon something or Kinda get the you know have a lucky break And then some really high throughput screening. You're you're running a lot of experiments Essentially testing Many many molecules in the library experimentally I so both of those steps You know both have a certain w component and just require a You know months and months and and Significant dollars to run the experiments and we're able to do most of that computational early so you know just just switched from from having to do that. Experimentally to computational early Is You know a pretty significant speed up and You know saves a lot of a a lot of capital And we we kind of anticipated this but it it. It wasn't really until we had our our drug programs up and running and we Kinda Kinda six Six programs pipeline that we actually went back and looked at our our historical actual numbers. So you know not not projecting but just just just based on our data from our programs to date In compare that to benchmarks in in we're about Twice as fast in about three times as as capitol efficient as sort of a traditional benchmark is that referring to the discovery phase just getting to clinic or is that for the entire development that's from inception to proof of concept in animal models. So it's really on the front end of the of the process. And is that I I know you've been a service service business for about ten years or so is that what the data's based honors this actually with in regards to your on drug discovery right. Yeah so this is in regards to our own our own internal pipeline and and I I should just clarify you know our our services business continues to this day and it's it's it's thriving you know it's it's a little bit different though so we we actually don't use the disease cancelling technology or other proprietary platforms arms in our in our services are services businesses really You know just kind of an advanced bioinformatics sort of best. Best Practices computational biology for analysis of of existing data sets that different different Pharma companies have So it's you know it's it's it's pretty. He's separate in that sense. I I think the the thing. That unifies unifies at all. It's just this this foundation of being You know kind of second-to-none at it At bioinformatics and in the kind of rigorous reproducible analysis of of bioinformatic data. And is that business able to fund in your own discovery and development so it it certainly has an and in fact You know I think one of the one of the things that surprises people that that were You know our our company eleven years old and we just raised a series a series. Yeah Yeah so But actually it's it's it's great because you know I mean that You know we were able to to fund all the early work you know seed all the early work off-balance-sheet from the from the.

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"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bio Report

"A gene expression signature associated with a particular Taylor aspect of disease That we're looking to cancel So one of our one of our drug programs for cancer CACHEXIA which is the wasting of muscle tissue that occurs late stage cancer patients Many people are familiar with the kind of emaciated appearance That can occur but a few people know that it's it's actually the the final cause of about a third of all cancer deaths Because sadly the the heart or the the long muscles become become too weak to function So this this is kind of the the final cause of a huge number of cancer deaths and yet there are no. Oh No approved therapies. For it You know and I think I think part of the reason for that. It's just not amenable to traditional drug discovery discovery methods so so kind of traditional traditional drug discovery You're screening targets or drugs In Vitro Tro in in cancer cell lines in a petri dish if you will and Really looking to see how well you can kill the cancer cells measured often with a with an I see fifty And it's you know that's often the focus and the and the you know that that's good for discovering certain certain candidates but for You know for aspects of disease like Kexia where it's a it's the result of a complex set of interactions between the tumor and the immune system And the the patients muscle tissue You know screening and and Cancer Cell Lines in vitro is just not you know not really GonNa Anna discovering effective medicine for that. So you know I think that's where platforms like our disease. Cancelling technology can can really shine because What what we're able to do is to take Gene expression data from muscle tissue of cancer patients with and without As well as relevant model systems and and really compare them You know using careful careful bioinformatics including you know very very rigorous quality control and normalization And what that gets us. As a as a really precise signature specifically for or you know which genes are changed as a as a patient develops could Kexia. So that's that's kind of the the key input to our to our platform platform. That's the the disease signal If you will you go back to the metaphor. That's the that's the unwanted noise that you're that you're looking to cancel out And then with that with that input what are what our platform is is able to do is really to two steps. And again it's computational. So there's there's a biology step and a chemistry stuff and in the in the biology. You know what we're doing is Essentially Algorithm mcclay ranking Targets by the extent to which they are able to cancel out that that disease signal Um Um and we do that in a unique and proprietary way and then the the second step once once we have the target our platform is able to Essentially do a virtual high throughput screen so a chemistry step where you know using the amino acid sequence of the target. We're able able to Screen a you know. Large libraries attend tens of millions of compounds and identify the predicted binding affinity So identify predicted predicted hits And then to be clear of course we have to experimentally validate that downstream But you know so. We're with the platform. We're able to computational. Identify SORTA both both targets and hits You know ones that are not not not sort of solely for that target itself but our targets that we know are relevant because they induce a whole set of signals that are likely to cancel out the aspect of disease that were that. Were looking for So that that's really the the disease cancelling technology it's really a a biology platform based expression Closely coupled with the chemistry platform that gets to to the hits the you know the initial a chemical structures that we then of course have to experimentally validate and and you know at LE- lead optimize in a or more traditional way. That's why do so many drugs foul and discovering development and how does your approach minimize the time time and money invested in advancing molecules. That won't Pan out. Yeah it's a great. It's a great question and it's you know it's it's a it's it's a real It's a real challenge. I think the productivity and in pharmaceutical. RND is is certainly has has a lot of opportunities internees for improvement And there's you know there's there's a number of reasons that that drugs fail You know so that we can talk through some some of them. I mean I I I think the first is that traditional drug discovery methods Often require starting with model systems So you're you're doing the initial work in either cell lines in vitro or or animal models and you know those are those are important systems and and they're you know they're they're useful for discovering a lot of drugs but as you know as I noted in the capacity example they you know there's a lot of aspects of disease that they either can't model don't not accurately And and so one of the Nice things about our platform is that with the disease cancelling technology we can actually start with human patient data So the you know the very origin of our our drug programs when we're doing that initial biology Stop is based on human patient data. And so you know I think that's That's an important factor for the ultimate success Savar programs because while of course you know we have to do the same. You know do experiments in in model systems as well. I think there's a difference between starting starting with a model system versus versus starting with human data So I mean that you know. That's that's one of the ways that That were able to increase the rate of success. Asking and then you know I I think The approach these cancelling technology in terms of looking across multiple. You know looking at the impact Both of disease and then the drug candidate across tens of thousands of genes oftentimes times a drug candidates will fail. Due to sort of unintended consequences off target effects are or poly pharmacology And and in our Akeso leveraging that from the start where we're taking that into account from from the beginning and and sort of engineering it in So I think we're able to To do a Lotta that so that that's of the success rate in terms of the time and and capital efficiency it's it's it's a little more straightforward so You know most frequently The the two steps target identification. It's frequently done using You know a trial and error our experiments that that often rely on on serendipity right you have to kind of stumble upon something or Kinda get the you know have a lucky break And then some really high throughput screening. You're you're running a lot of experiments Essentially testing Many many molecules in the library experimentally I so both of those steps You know both have a certain w component and just require a You know months and months and and Significant dollars to run the experiments and we're able to do most of that computational early so you know just just switched from from having to do that. Experimentally to computational early Is You know a pretty significant speed up and You know saves a lot of a a lot of capital And we we kind of anticipated this but it it. It wasn't really until we had our our drug programs up and running and we Kinda Kinda six Six programs pipeline that we actually went back and looked at our our historical actual numbers. So you know not not projecting but just just just based on our data from our programs to date In compare that to benchmarks in in we're about Twice as fast in about three times as as capitol efficient as sort of a traditional benchmark is that referring to the discovery phase just getting to clinic or is that for the entire development that's from inception to proof of concept in animal models. So it's really on the front end of the of the process. And is that I I know you've been a service service business for about ten years or so is that what the data's based honors this actually with in regards to your on drug discovery right. Yeah so this is in regards to our own our own internal pipeline and and I I should just clarify you know our our services business continues to this day and it's it's it's thriving you know it's it's a little bit different though so we we actually don't use the disease cancelling technology or other proprietary platforms arms in our in our services are services businesses really You know just kind of an advanced bioinformatics sort of best. Best Practices computational biology for analysis of of existing data sets that different different Pharma companies have So it's you know it's it's it's pretty. He's separate in that sense. I I think the the thing. That unifies unifies at all. It's just this this foundation of being You know kind of second-to-none at it At bioinformatics and in the kind of rigorous reproducible analysis of of bioinformatic data. And is that business able to fund in your own discovery and development so it it certainly has an and in fact You know I think one of the one of the things that surprises people that that were You know our our company eleven years old and we just raised a series a series. Yeah Yeah so But actually it's it's it's great because you know I mean that You know we were able to to fund all the early work you know seed all the early work off-balance-sheet from the from the.

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"a. reverse" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"It was a no microphones. Limp microphones limp like an old man's penis. You're really on like Pena slash sex train noam not and scares me. I don't WanNa get into that later. If freaks me well why her no I was just thinking of you in that aspect freaks me okay. Well we'll get to reverse missionary a little later in the show. Aw dreading it's making me laugh the most recently and I just need to talk about it. 'cause like the logistically it doesn't make a whole lot of sense but news that's coming up so it's coming up soon little tease. We gotta start the show with your brother got married. It looks like this is the second Cyrus this wedding that I haven't been invited to so this one was very small and have you ever met brazen yes we played with them. Oh he users that. Wow you such a reclusive. I'm surprised you came. I wanted to talk about it last week. Brazen's just like kind of a more private person and the rest of us. I feel but he has been posting posting about it on his instagram. But I haven't seen any of my other family members mentioned it so I didn't want to be the ones like put it on blast and then like a helicopter show up or something so I just kept my mouth shut last week but yes berezin tied the knot. I can't believe my baby brother is married before Trason I. It's just weird. Yeah how's that make you feel your biological clock alarm going off right now. I'm glad I waited until I was older. Brazen out of all of us. He's like the more traditional human. You know what I mean like. He loves being at home and staying home with Stella and their three dogs and he like grows his own herbs in the garden and has his own chickens and has farm eggs. Like he's so crazy he's just normal so I guess it makes sense that he got married at twenty five like a lot of the rest of the world I suppose but it it was really great. It was a very very small wedding. I would say like maybe sixty people. And it's funny. Because I big weddings terrify me. Me always thought like even sixty sounds like a lot but I have to say it was the perfect size wedding in my opinion. Yeah Creek as it was. It was enough people that it spelt like an event but there were but it wasn't too many people were like I think I think brazen and sell it probably got to talk to every single person there and feel like they got to spend time with everybody without overwhelming themselves and not enjoying the wedding. You know yeah it was really beautiful and they got so freaking lucky on whether my mom and I this whole time have been like why would they pick November. It's going to rain the whole today. It's GonNa be a cold and freezing the sound horrible. And then they really looked out it was sunny. It was a little chilly but it was an absolutely beautiful day and a AH could not have done better. Do you like your sister in law I do. I haven't spent as much time with her as I would like to. But she's awesome. She's really into if you like fashion and interior design and stuff which is a lot of the things I'm into so we actually have a lot in common and whenever we chat we like totally can talk about all those things and it's not weird rockwood like she's so sweet and it's so funny I just brazen. I guess that you know private and doesn't really like talk about things so to see him. Stand up there and just like his vows. Were the sweetest thing I've ever heard in my whole life. Like to hear just how much he loves her and for him to stand up in front of people and talk and say that like was just the coolest thing you know. Yeah so speaking of Brazen's wedding wells' might be TMI. But I had to wear an actual real bra to the wedding. I don't do that often often special occasions for me when I wear real bra and I put on my third love Bra that I love so much. It always comes in clutch for me when I need a little extra support when I need to look Nice. We don't wear bras every day. I am a sports Bra Gal if I if I can get away with it it's just I don't know if I'm on the farm. Doing farm work riding horses. That's kind of my go-to because real bras can be really uncomfortable but truly in a position where enforced where real bra. Truly the two to third love bras that I own. My absolutely favorite bras are so comfortable. I have one. That's white and one that's black so I can put one underneath anything and and I just wore really simple turtleneck sweater dress to the wedding but I needed my boobs donald flat in it so I put on one of my push up bras from third. Love it really is a great company company. They have a fit quiz on their website and they have half sizes which is so great. Because that's another thing about bras. It's really hard to find one that fits correctly and end up. I'm one of those people where I just kind of in between A. B. and C. so it works out really well that their love has a B and a half cup wells. What do you think about that? That's Awesome I. Also it's awesome at third. Love donates all their gently used return bras to women in needs supporting charities..

"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"Is it really not matter that much in the long run or is it really you know. Does he need that to. Kinda thrive and play his best football all he needs it. He wasn't gonNA give restaurant any credit for the win. You know he explicitly stated that afterwards but Baker is uniquely sleep better when he is in the fray when is going back and forth I mean there's a million examples of this now rather square. I mean there. were two this week alone. It was X. Ryan Dan or Antonio Brown but he is he is better when he is in the fray and I think he gets a lot of his edge from that. You know he used to keep a like. We always say you know you're in my book that he actually had like a a a list. You're on the win actually kept a real list of people that he felt had slighted house incredible and and he doesn't have it anymore but at one point he did because that's he would use that to to get that edge you mean he needed to play with. Baker was never you know the prototypical quarterback you know he had to win. A different kind of way you know he in part is part part of what makes him special player is. you know the edge that he brings to the field that may be different than other quarterbacks and there's one if you watch that go back and watch that. Nick Saban touchdown run the ADA yarder like look in the background and look who is running down the field like a madman in in the report. It's Baker Mayfield and I just think that he for whatever reason makes him pick. He is better when he is in the middle of all this stuff and he's better when he's talking trash on the field. you know is he. He's better when he is in the fray and and I think careered out this week because it was by far the best game is played the yet Baker Mayfield on that play his MAC speed topped out at eighteen point eight miles per hour to to put that in context that was faster than nine of the eleven ravens players who are theoretically chasing after nick job on the yard touchdown run. That's that's pretty impressive at this time of the year on on that on that friendly them yeah. I mean it. Was You know I'm sure it was it was thrilling for everyone. It was kind of having to deal with you know all this hype and all this frustration and all the back and forth struggles. I mean all the sort of you know criticism a half that moment of okay. We're GONNA win this game. Here's a huge moment for one of our best players like must've been very cathartic even for week four of the season absolutely absolutely and I think you know one thing to Odell deserves a lot of credit because you know I his reputation is what it is for whatever reason but like at not one woman during the struggle that they had to start the season did he ever show up Freddie or baker even in the slightest way whether it was some body language movement and you know he never got frustrated despite the fact he wasn't getting any touches on Sunday and you know there was one that I thought was really revealing. They run around like go down around like a little bit of a curl pattern and you know the entire secondary got sucked up into it and that allow ricky he seals Jones to get wide open. I think eight point eight yards of separation the longest of any completion of Baker's had his entire career and you just look back down. He was pumping it it does and and I think if he can continue to play football that way. It's GonNa make a huge difference for Baker where Baker doesn't feel like he has to force the Ball Hotel Hotel and then just on the field. It's just going to open up so much for the rest of the team so I mean I think even though you know it's not if you're a fantasy football owner goodell like myself not a great day for him but for the Browns I think it was a low rate day because it really showed what he how he can impact the game without even touching the ball yeah absolutely on the flip side of the ball talk briefly about the defense are you surprised at the secondary has been able to sort of keep its head above water for the last two weeks given that it's been you know mostly backups at cornerback and safety. I have been surprised although I think that what if they were going to have an injury somewhere corner is the one spies they felt like they could overcome because they've got a couple of pros invested in TJ carry three and terrance Mitchell guys that have started before the guys that are reliable and they have they have really answered the Bell because you you go against the rams into into that receiving core and then the speed that Baltimore has and then held up really well both times so I think it's been really impressive and underrated part of what's what why there too because you know Hollywood Brown and Mark Andrews and those guys are have been difficult to deal with this year and actually kind of thought the speed was gonNA be the problem for Cleveland and it really wasn't because those guys played so well and you know some point they're going to get into award ingredient. Williams back and you you feel really good about a cornerback force in of of those who guys longest Mitchell and carry the way that they've played absolutely I mean they're they're really playing at a you know L. Higher than you would have expected even given that you know the browns. Do you have a good pass rush but I think they they've sort of held. Their own in a way that has to be promising has to make you feel better about you know your your secondary going forward even if he loses dense award for a couple of weeks down the line. I during the second half of the season has been really good this year. I mean you take Tennessee game which was such a weird game because the eighteenth penalties. I mean it. You almost have to throw it out because when you're just giving the team first downs or you're constantly and I in twenty five. It's really hard to get a good read of what kind of team you have but since then they have been really good and they gave the offense really struggled in that Rans Rams tmz game they gave the Brownsville chance to win and they were great against Baltimore as well so you know I felt like they had a chance to have a top ten defense at least according to FBI and and they have kind of been right there and and they've done it with some injury that you mentioned as well yeah. I mean that that's you know. That's absolutely surprise. The fact that the eventually have top ten ceiling is not high not surprisingly made but do it without dense award do without greedy Williams for two weeks and like you said really it's just the one Tennessee game where in the second half Kinda got away from them. especially you know there's a Baker Mayfield turning the ball over it putting combat situation some defensive scores. Short field obviously contributed to it as well but yeah I mean I think a a team that we saw their ceiling on Sunday. We saw they can be a a dominant team on both sides of the football and so as we sort of think about the browns going forward given what you've seen from them from four weeks have your expectations -tations for their season change after four weeks versus what you were expecting and he entered the year. I took them to go tenants six and win the AFC north worth and I think that's what I would take them to do. If I had to retake it today I haven't gone back through the scheduled to pick wins and losses but it just kind of felt I like the knee if they could get to say three and four which I don't think is is too difficult for the now they have to win one game after New England then with the way the schedule sets up for them. I mean there's just a lot of wins there for them and then you watch them in the way that they've sort of figured out some things offensively you with think going forward and then defensively as well as they played I don't think they're in this year with Kansas. City or England as a are you know bonafide super bowl contender but I think they're in that next year at themes that could win a playoff game that could certainly get to the playoffs then you look at where Cleveland then in football purgatory for the last three decades I think they have a terrific chance to break the NFL's longest divisional the drought which goes back to nineteen eighty nine and I think they have a chance to break a really good chance to break the the NFL's longest playoff drought which goes back to two thousand two so so when you put it in that context. I think that they are in really good shape right. Yeah I agree I mean I think you know. It looks pretty ugly. After the the first week of the year it looked like it was going to be a problem after the Raven started to know but ravens lose two straight loss to the browns on the road. The steelers looked like a mass right now the bengals angles or just been destroyed by injuries obviously like you said one of those teams has to win tonight but you'd figure they're prohibitive favorites now. They're they're in great shape and and absolutely ask the schedule sort of weekends. During the second half this could be a team wear off a six to seven and one second half and then head into the postseason with ten wins. Look like one of them were devastating teams in the League so yeah I think the browns are are well positioned to kind of be the teammate expected to be the favorites to win the AFC he north but we're going to keep monitoring it and Jake of course you're going to keep covering it for us it SPN but if people wanNA check out more of what you do can they do that they can find me on ESPN DOT com along with you built on the NFL page and then I'm all over twitter over pleasure. I'll be back on later on in the year but thanks so much for hopping on the show. Today thanks anytime they'll take okay all right. Thanks so much to my guest. F- SPN Lindsey Theory who covers the Rams J. Trader who covers the browns. We have more audio coming later on this week in another podcast previewing the action for week five or eighty four four weeks into the season after Wednesday night's night already a quarter of the way into the year for most of the NFL's tells teams very very strange star to the hope. You're enjoying the stuff. We're doing here on E._S._P._N. And more on the way..

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"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

"They need to come up with with a labor agreement fairly soon. They don't want to repeat that nineteen ninety-four inning happy trails brittany griner. The six foot eight center for phoenix was thrown out over the weekend and surely will be suspended by the w._n._b._a. Yea for throwing a punch after punch in the general direction of christine anyway of dallas. They've tussled under the basket and griner said no more this. That's a bad look britney griner. Who's a star in that league reported league that that my first reaction i'd have to hear arguments from both sides. Is you know what you're gone for a long time. Maybe the balance of the season if i don't like what i hear i gotta hear arguments but i i would entertain throwing her out. One update antonio brown has responded on instagram to the arbitrator's ruling against him brown road quote while i disagree with the arbitrator's decision. I'm working on getting back to full health looking forward to rejoining my teammates on the field. I'm excited about season. Appreciate all the concerns about my feet. Will you can take a bow on on this one. You're right about this. He didn't say i'm excited about practice. Pro did not practice big. Jets kicker chandler cotton zarroli retired after missing two extra points in the first preseason game. Do you think the bears will be interested. You know maybe he can kick from forty. Three and social fields on ohio state transportation rotate martell got beat up by freshmen jaren williams of the starting quarterback job at miami that surprise you a little bit because the when he left ohio state he was running his yup and i thought i thought he delight in and start serena tired from the roger stuff final with an upper back injuries. Do you still see her as a favorite for u._s. Open i still do tony. I know she doesn't want since coming back from having a child but she's there for the big action the and it's the u._s._o. The gold medal-winning bowler in the panam games was caught doping your thoughts europe bowler you taking steroids. Why would you take steroids being a bowler. How tough is it the bowl last one zach heartbreaking back on the mound for the astros tonight against the white sox. What do you expect got good expect him. We're out of time. We'll try to better the next time. I'm tony totally kornheiser surprise if houston doesn't win on any given night i'm mike will say time tomorrow. Knuckleheads you can get the p._t._i. Podcast on the e._s._p._n. App or apple podcast only two months shoutout.

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"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

"Realtors. There's in beverly hills that you're going to be buying a house there soon so you can get to all of these games. You and i are going to disagree on this. I think you'd have a massively significant game for lebron james. I i don't think it means much for kawhi. Leonard paul george the first game together for them. They're going to have eighty one more right but what happens in the bron- last year when he thought he owned elway and they didn't make the playoffs playoffs. I think for the first time in fourteen years for him and now he's got anthony davis. I think he's got to win. This game doesn't have to win other games. I think this is the statement game for the bron. James and i will be surprised if he does not winning for the los angeles lakers lebron james high up in the a playoff beat via top four seed in the western conference after april fifteen. That's not some game in this game is big for him. What do you make lake of simone. Biles pulling off two moves that no one else has even tried in competition all right tony. We go over these moves because they've never been done <unk>. I'm you're never been tried. The first one is a triple double where she performs executes three twists and to flips. I mean let's see russel westbrook. Do that triple double okay because again. No one's ever done this and then tony. We're gonna go to balance beam. Where she does is a double double dismount right double double from the beam again never been done. Let's see dwight howard. <hes> the king of the double double doubles at one point do that so this is this is major stuff. Yeah you could slow this down to one revolution per hour and i would not know what she has done. I can't pick it up visually but i will tell you this to the best of my knowledge. He's not going on a trampoline any extra spring. She just runs and she jumps. She stays in the ear longer than most home runs this year. We ought to do launch angle on this woman. She's got to be the greatest in the history of the world and other than that. I don't really know what else to sec back female. Let's take one last night but still to come a tough moment for serena williams and take martell left. Ohio states started miami not yet. I mean really did you. Could you tell what she was doing in the air. She was just up there doing stuff she was you you. You thought she might need a net. She was so high off the ground and she did happy time. People happy fifty second birthday mike gundy hard to believe it is twelve years since mike gundy announced. I'm a man i'm forty. Gundy's oklahoma state football football team has been to a bowl game every year for the last thirteen years and this fourteen year tenure at the same school is topped only by kirk ferris at iowa and gary patterson addison t._c._u. Among d one coaches now if you only get rid of that doping mullet mullins a little dated in tony my own paths gerald is just one one year less than gundy. He's a man and he's closer to forty two gutty at this point. I'm not so happy anniversary to major league baseball on this day twenty five five years ago major league players went on strike no finish to the season no playoffs no world series team that got hurt. The most was the montreal expos who seventy four born forty record was the best in baseball. The individual player got hurt. The most was tony gwynn whose batting three ninety four and had a real shot at four hundred tony. That's what i remember about that year more than anything expos. You're not wrong. You're right with tony gwynn man and tony..

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"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

"Switching to gyco is a no brainer easy easy can get whiplash male time when you send in the issues and we pretend they're good ones. Let me see what's. I always good. They feel good about themselves after beating the mets and gained three yesterday yeah yes i know they lost the series. Two one was in new york. Nobody no team team this years hottest streak probably the mets they went fourteen fifteen before the nets pulled him off that one game and and really dimensional when that game but it's okay tony the nets are still i believe a game and a half ahead of the mets and the wildcard is going to go down to the last couple of days of september regular-season anyway. I thought the nats by winning that gave you win one game like that against the red hot team. That's chasing you. You've done a pretty good job so i'm just going to say they shouldn't feel good about it because they played so badly. Their bullpen was so god awful awful the first two games but they should feel relieved about that. I actually thought that sean doolittle going out there yesterday. In the ninth inning was pitching to remain on the nets roster because in game one of that series he gave up four runs in the last inning entered with a three run lead like he did yesterday but he pitched a clean they out hit the mets in each one of those this games their starters however were steak too early leads in all three games and gave it back when it was their bullpen. That was terrible so they should you really don't you feel good about. I don't know where you are in the wild card race even relevant to the met. I'd feel better if match sure were on the squad. Still who do you like from here. The indians are the twins. I hope tony this is difficult. The indians and i i find the twins a nice story. Even though i'm not obsessed with home runs like everybody else starting with the twins but the twins pitching is not. I don't think it's good enough to stay with cleveland. I like the indians pitching. I mean starters amd dan bullpen. I like terry francona. He knows what he's doing. And have i gotta have a jockey for race from anybody in the american league. I'm going with terry terry francona so i got cleveland so you mentioned how hot the mets have been of late. I'm going to go back to june fourth which is a pretty large sample size because it's so so much almost sixty games since june fourth the indians of the best team in the league their forty two and seventeen. They've got the second best e._r._a. Of eddie team team in baseball and their bullpen is terrific and has been terrific in june july and august now like you. I'd love to see the twins make the playoffs but they're not going to be in cleveland and cleveland just got s._e._o. Plea cleveland is going to beat them. It looks like the trail this the lakers and clippers will play opening night. Is that a significant game no. It's an entertaining tasty. I'm i'm going to see it whether it's on the telly or get courtside. I'm gonna watch that game with great interest is significant. No it's not significant to the standings. I mean i guess if they played on the final night and they were tied playing for the top seed in the west. Something like that would be significant. This is not significant. Let me alert the realtors..

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"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

"I don't think you wanna have either of those things in play. It's mike it's not mid-school. Rich paul is being asked to to give you an open heart surgical procedure region nice not so it ain't it seems to me aimed directly at him and for reasons of meanness you know people. Maybe maybe they don't like them. They don't want him to succeed and he's succeeding very well. I am completely with the new ruling are you. I don't think i would have been. I'm gonna say something that mo- shows wouldn't say you. You persuaded me your reasoning last week. You were very precise. I told you look i told you the time i was sort of seventy thirty now sort of seventy percent with with chris with rich paul in that camp and that reasoning and i know some of them he was reserved and say wait a minute. I'm thinking about my own life and who i would choose to do certain things i mean the qualifications those the people might represent of any color or ethnicity now again. You persuaded me that the slippery slope is very slippery and so you and rich paul convinced me wait a minute this is not you're not supposed to try and use that sentence to qualify people for for this particular obligation. I you win me over. This is a victory the n._c. Double a. bailed because they knew they were wrong. The criticism aimed at kim hit them dead be square between the eyes and they said oh my god. We've screwed this up. They'll be will never say that publicly. Thank you for saying that. I helped persuade you. You did first thank you said that in a while we have talked about the included pan am games but in the last few days to american gold medalists offensive and a hammer thrower made political michael statements from the metal stand the fencer race embolden knelt during the national anthem and later spoke out against gun violence immigration policies and president trump hammer thrower gwen berry raise the fist in the air on the medal stand and also later criticize trump. We'll buy these athletes broke specific u._s._c. u._s._o._c. rules by by demonstrating like this. Should they be punished. You know by rule. I guess they should care about the rule..

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"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

PTI

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on PTI

"Part of the interruption but i'm mike on assignment in chicago tony kornheiser. What a coincidence that you seem to own homes in all these places so you go to one assignment. How does that work. I mean otherwise you'd have to stay in a hotel. People actually do that anymore saying hotels yeah i think a lot a lot of people actually do that as opposed to buying a house everywhere you go okay. I don't have a house in ninety nine percent of the places. I go not ninety nine percent. You've got a house when i get the delaware. Can i stay the gated community house. It's not a game. There is a gate. It's not a gated community but there's no studio there t._i. Boys and girls in today's episode the n._c._a._a. Drops the rich paul will medalist protests that the pan am games and bryson. Hi cindy shambo takes his own sweet time but we begin today with the continuing saga of antonio brown who is not currently practicing with the raiders because because of frozen feet and outdated helmet issues jon gruden said over the weekend quote we're going to support him and whatever his decision is will stand by it but we're or confident he's going to be a huge factor for the raiders for years to come. Unquote will argue that confidence. No no i mean first first of all you got so many factors your first of all is pro football and no no nobody really stays necessarily for years doing anything if they are even approaching thirty years old so no jon gruden who the hell knows what it is that he values at a given moment because he says he needs a pass rush but he gets rid of khalil mack just before saying that so no i don't it doesn't really have to do with frozen feet or helmet is just has to do with the whimsical nature professional football and the raiders at they don't even stay for years. They're going to vegas. You even know what they're gonna do. I don't believe any of this stuff and lately. I don't believe anything jon. Gruden says about personnel who wants who doesn't want just a slight correction quarterback backstay with teams thirties and now into the forties on the issue of antonio brown he had appealed the notion of the helmet he said. Let me use my old helmet. A ruling came down today. You cannot use your old how arbitrator this is an.

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"a. reverse" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

Elevation Church Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast

"Reverse you're wearing Jesus says look at the birds look at the flowers, you are more valuable than them. And yet your father cares for the lesser. Will. He not much more take care of. You means this if God is doing this level of detail. Don't you think that he has already determined your expected end if he can do that. Surely he can do this. If he did that he can do this. So there are some things in my life that God did. And if he did that he can do this. This is the second circle. And this is where we've got a live. But in order to do it. We'll have to reverse it because. When we start with shortage. We end shortage time energy money any of it. Jesus says here's the game changer. One of the most famous verses in scripture, by the way. But now that you've got it in context. I hope it comes alive for you in a new way he said if God cares for the lesser. He will take care of the greater if you take care of the little he'll take care of the lot. You're the lot. Valuable to him. But you. Verse thirty three seek first kingdom. And his righteousness. Not your own. Not not your own ideas and appearances what shall we eat? What shall we drink? What shall we eat? What shall we drink in that we're still posting today? Two thousand years later about the same stuff that Jesus said not to worry about in Palestine what we ate what we wore is circular. You know, like, we're still worried about the same things. How am I gonna make it? How am I gonna pay this? And that no other, you know, my income taxes now went up in a bracket and God bless me. But now got more taxes or waiting on. God bless me. What shall we survival? What shall we wear that status and go around in these circles over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. But if I start with the kingdom. God will give me the things. Seek first his kingdom. Give him the scripture verse I want you to see this more than see it. I want you to believe it if you seek first his kingdom and his righteousness. All these things will be given to you as well. See you protect what you prize. And your piece ought to be important to you. But the only way to live in God's peace is to have God's priorities now in my life. Every time that I've had a lack of peace. It was because something was wrong with my priorities. And the reason that I can prove that now is because it wasn't the presence of problems that created the absence of peace. Sometimes in the midst of my greatest problems, I had the greatest piece that makes no sense. I understand. But it's true. Nonetheless, in some of the seasons of my greatest problems, I experienced my deepest piece. I think that's because sometimes problems help us to clarify priorities. My priorities if I don't seek first the kingdom, and I'm seeking the things I will run after all the same things that the pagans run after and it will be like, I don't even have a God. In my real life. Thanks, mom. Somebody give me your phone. Give me from somebody with a phone. What is it? Now. Ten ten super another way for apple to get my money by changing the way, I charge the stupid device. You're a note taker. Oh, thank God for this guy. We send me these servants over. Terrible. I don't even look at them horrible. Oh gonna ask you something. If you left your phone at church, would you come back and get it. How about if you left your phone? An hour away. Would you drive an hour to get it? Two hours three hours. This phone is imported. I'm starting to wonder what you got on this phone. Business transaction. Trust me a lot. Phone. You come back and get it. But I notice people will leave their piece just anywhere..

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"a. reverse" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Well, according to the official story, this was just an oversight. The general accounting office's report says that mysteriously destroyed. Documents are not uncommon. There were documents missing from previous and future years as well either way, all signs point to the official story of Roswell being project mogul and thus the truth about Roswell was no longer a secret. Well shift never seemed to believe the alien conspiracy theories. He knew that the weather balloons. Story didn't add up. He and the people of Roswell now had their answer that just took a few decades for the government to tell the truth. That concludes the official story of Roswell New Mexico and the history of reverse engineering in the US. Next week, we'll discuss three conspiracy theories about the US reverse engineering alien technology. We'll go over what we've supposedly done with a reverse engineered alien tack, how we got it and what we're hiding conspiracy theory. Number one, we've mostly referred to reverse engineering in terms of the military. However, what if we were engineered alien tech for something other than war, something like free worldwide, renewable energy. Some theorists believed that we already have reverse engineered this and this free energy could possibly solve global warming. But of course, it's been covered up by the fossil fuel industry. Conspiracy theory number two. In more recent decades, black triangular shaped aircraft have been spotted all over the US. The thing. Is there is no official record of them belonging to any organization. Could these be aircraft that the US reverse engineered from similar alien ships? How would we have gotten those alien ships? Did they crash onto US soil like the Roswell balloon or were we given them by aliens themselves, but with a price lab brings us to conspiracy theory number three aliens are actually giving us advanced technology in exchange for human test subjects. According to the theory, president, Dwight Eisenhower made a deal with an alien race known as grays. They were allowed to abduct and perform tests on a certain number of US citizens. As long as they gave us advanced technology in return while it may have given Eisenhower the first ever wifi network according to some people, this treaty, his still ruining lives today. But that's only if the theory is true will. We'll be back next week to examine the conspiracy theories.

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"a. reverse" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Ability to reverse engineer for technology, which is important. Considering that three years later, something crashed in Roswell New Mexico. Some believe that it was an alien UFO and this infamous event was the beginning of the US reverse engineering alien technology. If US engineers were able to do it three years earlier with the buzzbomb, why wouldn't they do it with an alien ship? Of course, officially it wasn't an alien flying saucer that crashed at Roswell. But ironically, it begins with an admission of real life flying saucers and what looks like. An immediate cover up. We'll be back in a few minutes with a deeper look at reverse engineering and the Roswell incident. A Carter. Why don't you tell us more about you new show? It's called hostage, and we are really proud of it. Are writers and researchers have worked incredibly hard here. They've captured the unique viewpoints of everybody. The hostages, captors and negotiators. I listened to the first episode and it was riveting. You can expect every episode of hostage to be just as gripping. We always want you to feel like you're right there in the middle of the action, the kidnapping of Patty, Hearst set off a chain of events that I never would have expected. I learned things about the case. I didn't know like that there were multiple witnesses to her kidnapping, and that's another thing I love about this show. It explores the psychological tactics used in the hostage negotiations as well as with the human brain does win being held captive. It's supposed.

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"a. reverse" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"a. reverse" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Three black Manta these black triangular US aircrafts have. Spotted all over the country. However, there is no official record of them belonging to any organization. Could the US be hiding their existence because of its extraterrestrial origins and the most sinister aspect of this conspiracy theory, the US is getting superior technology directly from the aliens themselves in exchange for human test subjects. In this episode, part one, we will focus on confirmed instances of US reverse engineering when the US government studied and adapted technologies from other countries on earth will also look at the officials story of the UFO that crash down in Roswell New Mexico. Next week we'll dive into the conspiracy theories we mentioned earlier and try to figure out where the technological leaps of the last century actually came from. Let's start with a definition of reverse engineering straight from the US army department of defense's reverse engineering handbook, guidelines and procedures. It is quote the process of duplicating an item, functionally and dimensional early by physically examining and measuring existing parts to develop technical data, physical and material characteristics required for competitive procurement and quote. So taking things apart figuring out how they work and then recreating them ourselves. I doubt that US army handbook mentions anything about alien technology doesn't, but it goes to show that reverse engineering is not a secret or unusual practice. It's common in most countries militaries, but it didn't become a main focus of America's military until a new type of warfare left us completely unprepared. Before the first World War dueling sides had no choice, but to go head to head on land or water. However, World War One changed the game by bringing it to the skies. For the first time in history, air warfare was a major factor in battle one that each side had to learn to defend themselves against the first of these fighter planes were used by the French military in nineteen, fourteen esteemed military pilot. Roland Garros helped develop and test a machine gun that fired through a plane's propeller. Surprisingly, only about one in ten bullets would hit the propeller blades, and the rest would go right for their target. Garros later employed this machine gun in battle downing, five enemy German planes surprise. Aerial attacks, became a leading contributor to the wars overall death toll. It was obvious that those who controlled the skies now controlled the battle. This became a revolutionary weapon. One that other countries wanted their hands on. Of course, the French weren't exactly willing to share their military technology, but soon after introducing it to the battlefield garrisons plane was shot down by German bullet. He attempted to set the plane on fire and escape, but he and his plane were quickly captured. German technicians were quick to reverse engineer garrisons machine gun in doing so they created a more synchronized gun that fired through the propeller arc and improved accuracy, which is an important part of the reverse engineering process. Not only do you copy what's been done, but you also improve on it. The German iteration of garrisons gun became a force to be reckoned with it shot down over one thousand allied planes. However, the German soon found this improved technology in their enemies hands as well. Like we said before, reverse. Engineering is a common practice of military's worldwide, especially in wartime countries will copy what's used against them so they aren't outmatched. But there was one major country that wasn't involved in this new air warfare and technological one upping the United States of America. The US was laid to enter World War One. And when the country finally did on April sixth nineteen seventeen. The US didn't even own a single fighter plane. It was obvious how the US wants. The greatest industrial nation was truly unprepared for this new era of war. Three months later president, Wilson signed three bills to fund the new American air force to stay ahead. The airforce astonished, an aviation engineering center in Dayton, Ohio. This became the technical data section where the air force study domestic and foreign aircraft..

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