35 Burst results for "AGA"

How Quickly Do Plants Photosynthesize?

Plantrama

02:24 min | 3 months ago

How Quickly Do Plants Photosynthesize?

"Said. She wanted to talk about this and she specifically was asking if we could discuss. Do plants start to photosynthesis as soon as sunlight hits them. And i'm like yeah sure we can vote why. Why do you want to discuss that particular aspect of photosynthesis ac- l. In this time of year. It always comes to my mind ellen because as you know i over winter plants in my garage and one of the plants that i over winter in the garage or parts of aga- panthers and they stay evergreen. They're you know they're kind of semi dormant but here they are in the garage. They're not anywhere near a window. But every time. I open the garage door on certain sunny days. Sunlight hits these plants. And i think to myself how i wonder if this two minutes or three minutes of sunlight is doing these plants and good. How long does it take for photosynthesis to get up and running. So that's what prompted the question. Well that's a great reason. Senior garage in winter packed full of plants and those aga- panthers and the fact is yes as soon as sunlight. Hits those leaves. Those plants are often running. I mean generally they say it takes about thirty seconds but apparently spinach spinach in five seconds has got enough sunlight to start the process. Plants are so amazing amazing. Yeah yeah i. I was astonished about that as well that the research shows that i was thinking five minutes and no no. We're talking seconds. Oh sunlight food okay. You can shut the door now. It's cold so that is a good thing because that that shows you that if you are overwintering a plant in a dark place and you know you want to open the door and let the sunlight hit it for fifteen minutes or so. It is doing some good. it is and this. It's a mild winter afternoon in march. We'll actually i guess that's technically spring. But if the temperatures allow go ahead and give your plants that little boost of sunlight they will be grateful for

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Marking ten years since the 2011 Japan earthquake

BBC Newshour

01:48 min | 3 months ago

Marking ten years since the 2011 Japan earthquake

"10 years since Japan was hit by a huge earthquake that triggered a tsunami which crashed into the coast less than an hour later. Thousands of towns were engulfed by the immense wave. The disaster also triggered a multiple meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant How Japan correspondent Rupert Wingfield Hayes has been back to meet some of the people. His lives changed that day. As the 10th anniversary approaches, a group of Buddhist monks is walking the coast Road, chanting prayers for the more than 18,000 people swept away that day. Phenomena Could tomato mussel actually taking a few 100 M away? Kill Kazu Sasaki stands on a bear windswept piece of land. Before the tsunami. This was the fishing port of Yuri Aga. When the wave swept in. It took one in 10 of your ER gaze residents, including Sasaki San's whole family, this girl home. Candle, not a timorous Scott. As he tells me his story, he clutches his most precious possession. His 14 year old daughter's school uniforms solution, would you, uh, Son all number because in the beginning I was drinking heavily. I really don't remember much of the first three years after the quake After four years, I started to tell my story. I had a fight with my wife that morning before the quake struck. So now I tell people what would you do if tomorrow never comes? I tell them to live every single day as if you don't have tomorrow. John Wave that destroyed your Nyaga unleashed a chain of events that continues to haunt Japan today,

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Vicarious Visions might be working on Blizzard's Diablo II remake

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Vicarious Visions might be working on Blizzard's Diablo II remake

"Bloomberg reports. Mike irritations has been working with blizzard. Since since twenty. Twenty on the diablo franchise including a plan remake of diablo. Two potentially called diablo two resurrected. According to bloomberg's jason schreier diablo to remake was due to be developed by blizzards team. Won the team. That made the poorly-received warcraft three re forged and before that mobile flop heroes of the storm in real time strategy real time strategy game starcraft two but blizzard gave the diablo to remake to the team behind the aga four instead and now a group bike areas. Visions is also working on it ascertain one. It seems to have been quietly disbanded with some interviewing for jobs within blizzards and others leaving for independent studios.

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"aga" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

The Wedding Street Podcast

07:32 min | 9 months ago

"aga" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

"Yeah. Yeah. Anyways, yeah. So what else what else can give us some more news news? I like donkeys. He's one of the three legs wonky. I know it's done. We need to stop waffling and get onto the more important topics every day and waffle and go that is talking to our guests whom is our guest. Well, I'm actually really excited about this one because we both know her very, well. She is very well-known. Industry she is an awesome person. She comes all the way from Poland and she lives in Wales. Have you guessed yet? The cream of Cardiff the correct card us indeed. I'm not even sure she'd be impressed with that title kind of car doesn't give me a slap over-the-air way. I get Tomasek. Hey, I don't even know if I pronounce her second name correctly. Yeah, check iOS a wrong for saying it wrong, but you know, but I know yeah, no, I'm actually really excited to talk to either and we should probably just get right to it. What you reckon. Bring it on. Dude. Let's get I go wrong cause illness Hey top of the morning to you. Well, how's things I go for? Yes. Thank you. Very good very hello. How are you song? Hello. Good good. How's the whales? Yeah, well says, well, I'm not exactly Sunny. We've got a lovely overcast today, you know getting ready for summer. I kind of think that sounds like home to me is Eric Eric is not too bad. Thankfully. I'm living in Bern. So it's not too bad. Now. It's not sure about the weather's been pretty Dreadful in the last world, but it's okay now. Yeah, I guess all you guys are stuck at home. Just like the rest of the world. Yeah. I was going to ask Donna you with parents are you in fact, you know, I'm in Cheltenham. They they would have kicked me out a long ago. What happened? My dad would have my mom would have enjoyed it. I had my meals cooked for me my iron and log. Life would be so easy. Wouldn't it have been absolutely spoiled. Oh totally, you know when I come over I'm going to have where am I going to stay? I'm going to stay in Wales, or I'm going to stay in jail them were going to be so spoiled being hosted by everybody either all I mean, I'm not going to go all that way to go to Cheltenham. I'm not I was more I think you're going to have to come and meet or somewhere in wage is Danny Boy Tell'em is really nice Captain lovely. Yeah, that's why I left fair enough. It's really lovely beautiful. You can't be waived. I'm a hundred percent passion as Welshman, but I live in England. Yeah, I would love to be Welsh it's something to be proud of guys. Really? Yeah. Well, we'll give them an interview Sheree. I guess. How long is the test with a proper while strong women isn't how many years have you been in Wales now God. And let me think fourteen hang on 13 and 1/2. It's my daughter's birthday's coming and she was five months old when we moved to Wales. So yes, thirteen and a half years. So that's a chunk of life. Isn't that is a massive chunk of blood. Yeah. I've been in Switzerland for exactly the same time and in the 14 years. I've been here. I've learned a new language and not not the same as yourself. Yeah, you just come on in while you're running all crazier. You ready wage going slow? No idea. No, no, nothing. Nothing. It says underneath. Oh, yeah. I Gotta Feeling I had I had English to actually learn the program no idea we talked about I know what Brooke law is dead. Who is basically shot? Whether yes ring green such a complicated word for a for good old murder gloves. What about a month ago? I drove are you familiar with did you did you hear that before done asked me once if I understood the word Lush off its boots because I know I was just I don't Rob was German. Basically I met Brava the workshop and and then we met again at 9. And I could swing by I was all confused the guy lives in Zurich. You know, I just for some reason I I had him down as a German man. So there we go. We know meeting up for dinner before 9. Sand and we sat there talking about food and suddenly I just go off something sounds Lush and it just occurred to me the Lush might be just like a regional dialect and I said, are you familiar with the word blush and and he laughed at me and log? You never stopped since I never thought I did look like a German or sound like a German or definitely look like one big thing for a job. Well, I got a pair of little holes and I are about three years ago for the Octoberfest and I must say I really enjoyed wearing them that's for a different podcast. Probably anyways moving swiftly along. I need some explanation right go on Suresh is is is a lot of people in well whales Salish right 9. Is a wedding photographers conference calls in riddles. Oh, oh, sorry last. Okay. I don't think it was any need to explain. What Lucia's though. I think everybody knows what it looks it's yeah. I think it's pretty pretty widespread now, right just Lucius Lucius. So young you go if you've got a refresh you'll think he's left Jimmy go there's your explanation and if you get lucky and you hook this page, Senior capture him or her then catch them know you're talking in complete riddles. So a coach is a cuddle or a hug cwtch off. Okay. Now I know that and also if you have a dog and he's been a naughty boy or girl you go. Tell him to go coach. There we go. You learned so much already dead. And this has been so educational. What? What are you what are you? Oh you I am home. I think what that meant. Who is I get homesick? And what do you do? I photographed weddings and I've been doing this for 11 years 11 years. I had a I had a tenth anniversary last year. That was my that was my 10 during business. So yeah, thank you. Yeah, eleven years of shooting weddings fantastic was more money than showing off. You're such a nice forty. Unfortunately, I see this month I celebrated on my own I went for a walk a little walk on my.

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Man accused of looting downtown Seattle store facing federal gun charge

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Man accused of looting downtown Seattle store facing federal gun charge

"Auburn man is charged in federal court in connection with looting in downtown Seattle during the ongoing protests. Come on. Sue Romero has more. The U. S attorney in Seattle, Brian Moran, says 32 year old Alto, Lage had guns and stolen merchandise in his car. After a break in at a store called Sneaker City. On June 1st. The large number of individuals were seen coming out of there. That merchandise was eventually traced to a car in the nearby facility that that car was registered to Mr Tell Aga. A search of the car found two handguns, several pairs of Air Jordans and Adidas tennis shoes and new baseball hats. Since tell Aga is prohibited from possessing guns due to a previous robbery conviction. He was charged federally with being a felon in possession of a firearm,

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Healing Properties of Blue Lace Agate

Podcasts - Love & Light School of Crystal Therapy

04:29 min | 10 months ago

Healing Properties of Blue Lace Agate

"And now, it's time for our main topic of the day the healing properties of Blue Lace Agate. And as you know I left start these healing properties episodes with an affirmation or message from the crystal. Here's the message that came through from Blue Lace Agate I surround myself with people that support my happiness and personal growth. I'M GONNA repeat that one this week because I think it's really important for many of us to hear. I surround myself with people that support my happiness and personal growth. And this doesn't just mean physically although of course, it can mean, physically it means who's in your circle who do you keep near you? Who Do you hold close to you? It's important that we have people in our circles that do support our happiness, our joy, our growth and transition and blue lace agate can help remind us to do this. The stone also promotes peace in calming and it stimulates the Throat Chakra encourages you to speak your truth. It's known for instilling joy and also for promoting forgiveness. Encourages healthy friendships and relationships, which is one of the reasons why it's so great for kind of cultivating this circle like a garden you WanNa fill your time and your space and energy with people that lift you up with people that bring you joy and do we all have those obligatory relationships that maybe we don't love. Sure. Okay. But this crystal can also help you set some important boundaries around those relationships in limit the amount of time to spend with people that bring you down. Blue Lace Agate also supports personal growth and enhances embassy additionally, it shared your emotional body from negative energy. If you do find yourself around one of those people in your circle that isn't necessarily your favorite and it can also help ground you if you're feeling really angry or frustrated. Now, this isn't to me that it just glosses over the anger frustration. These emotions are important for us to feel, but it does ground you when you're feeling this so that you don't let those emotions take control. This crystals great for helping to keep you centered and balanced in your mind body and spirit, and it also encourages truth in communication helping you speak your truth. Additionally Blue Lace Agate promotes acceptance of things that you can't change, and for this reason, it's really helpful with anxiety. So often stress anxiety can take over our minds with all the things that we don't have control over while Blue Lace Agate helps you accept those things so you can move on and spend your energy in a focused way on things that you do have some influence on. Blue Lace Agate also stimulates your will power and assist with emotional healing. It can also really help facilitate communication with animals with your guides and with your angels. Now if you've never seen blue lace agate, it's a beautiful crystal that's banded and swirled with Pale blue and white lacy patterns. It's connected to the fifth chocolate or throat. CHAKA. into the Zodiac sign of Pisces, it's related to the element of air and water and its companion flower is Jacob slatter its companion. Oil is white rose and a great companion stone for Blue Lace. Agate is pink cal site especially Pink Mangano cal site. Blue Lace Aga- is commonly found in Kenya in Namibia. Now Blue Lace Agate, as I said is swirled with these beautiful blue and white bands they're usually translucent if they can sometimes be opaque and this is a massive mineral meaning it doesn't have any visibly formed crystals is easily identified because of those layers of Pale cornflower blue alternating with layers of white or light blue.

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Did This Secret Tournament Put Players in Danger?

theScore Esports Podcasts

05:06 min | 11 months ago

Did This Secret Tournament Put Players in Danger?

"In July thirty, first the American. Gaming Network was supposed to host the AG call of duty, Indianapolis Land Event is being promoted as one of the biggest amateur caught events out there with a prize pool of seventy five hundred dollars to be clear. This tournament was not a part of Challengers League, which is the official semi Pro League of Kati Sports AG is a third party tournament organizers according to their website runs tournaments for call of duty Ballard and Rainbow Six. Siege now, as you can imagine what the world in the midst of a pandemic having a bunch of sweaty dudes, Patton to a convention hall is not the Best Look. So on July thirty first the day the tournament was supposed to start Aga decided to move the tournament on mine quote after discussions with representatives from activision, we are decided to change the Indianapolis to be online only for health and safety concerns players are advised to. Participate in the tournament from their home location along we apologize for any inconvenience in which this may bring upon players spectators in organizations. We look forward to working with activision for future events and quote this sentiment was repeated on August first by Jeffrey Elliott who according to a website is the CFO of the company, and well, that sounds like the obvious and smart thing to the tournament allegedly continued as land event later, that same day. Basically, what you just saw looks like that land event with a bunch of Sweaty dudes packed into a convention hall exactly what agents said they didn't want to happen on top of that. Another video surfaced that looks like a bunch of people packed new AIRBNB trying to continue playing the tournament online. Gauge cash a CO founder of. Who has a name that belongs in Mortal Kombat. Distance themselves from the event and said that the indy open was to be played online period but according to report from dexterity, there were allegedly agent employees at the event despite saying they had nothing to do with it. People were even alleging that Augean only put that original statement to hide from activision blizzard who are the publishers of duty. The fact that this land event was still taking place. Now, this whole situation caught the attention of dominating Jilin know who's the general manager for the Toronto Ultra a pro call of duty. Team competing in the call of duty league. She replied to a tweet with quote I reported everything to activision blizzard absolutely stupid and I can't believe that they thought they'd get away with it and be bold enough to posted about it and a former event organizer Adam epic. Kella even weighed in calling the situation a disaster I also reached out to cash Elliott and multiple sponsors associated with the tournament cash. told me that the narrative online is full of lies in isn't true but didn't explain why that's the case and Elliott just pointed to a statement that made after all of. This controversy popped off quote in order to preserve the competitive integrity of the online tournament, we have decided to postpone the second day of competition to next Sunday August ninth twenty twenty due to an overwhelming amount of players away from home with the inability to play in a safe environment we feel that this is the best way to ensure that everyone is competing safely and fairly the remainder of the tournament and quote also when I went back to gather more information on the indie open agent has deleted the page from their website now, even if players ignored AG and Cassius statements. that the tournament had been moved online and even if he had nothing to do with this secret land tournament, the question I have is, why did they wait until the day of the event to move it online? It's not like the pandemic caught everybody off guard both the League and the challengers. League moved all of their remaining tournaments online months ago. Why couldn't agm do the same and remember representative of activision reached out again, which according to their statement is why they decided to move the tournament online and that's pretty big red flag because to me what that says is that was fully prepared to host a pretty big land event in the middle of a pretty dangerous public health crisis, and the only reason they didn't is because activision wealth stepped in and told them not to because let's be honest when you plan to host a land event in the middle of a giant global health crisis, you were putting people in danger now, I have no idea. A is going to take disciplinary action against the players who did show up to this secret tournament. Also cash if you remember is a CO founder of Augean re tweeted somebody comparing the multiple worldwide human rights protests with these tournaments implying that if one is allowed to happen, these tournaments should also be allowed to happen and yeah I don't know if that's chief if Augean knowingly. Secret Land. Event, after saying it was going online that's fucked up and they put people in danger and if that's the case I, hope activision blizzard takes action against these guys.

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Hashing It Out - Ava Labs Kevin and Stephen

The Bitcoin Podcast

08:41 min | 1 year ago

Hashing It Out - Ava Labs Kevin and Stephen

"I'm a first differentiates itself with its consensus protocol. Which I know you've talked about a lot before Previous episodes of this but I'll I'll give a very brief overview of essentially. It's a highly scalable both in throughput and also the latency and the number of participants The can participate in consensus. So the first kind of main idea that that started album was the concert. Now since then we've also branched out into this idea of sub nets relate heterogeneous or a heterogeneous network. So that allows us to Kind of scale not just like on like consensus speed sides but also allows people to develop their own personalized Network so for example. We we are able to port the EDM so easily because we can essentially just have a wrapper around an existing EDM implementation and then use avalanche consensus with that and so we can court in two Gecko in relatively easy manner with how we structured sub nets and so that lets people not just You know have very fast infrastructure but also very flexible one so someone could implement their own. Virtual machine has an arbitrary business logic. That's specific to them and so Say so those are those are the two technical side And then I think Kevin can talk a lot more about like the business on how we're kind of it chained to to meet unique in that aspect but I think From the architecture side where we're kind of pushing towards like You know very very flexible infrastructure both on the consensus and the engine side for Kevin. Kevin I WANNA I wanNA trend reiterate something that's I think is incredibly important about The what office doing That is it's a it's a market distinction between consensus and the underlying data or mach- machine. Stay right most open networks right now those things are intrinsically married like like the consensus for lives state and the changes nate whereas Aga An it's different. Nation is consistent his own thing and then you can have other like a bunch of different machines rely on. That's exactly yeah that's basically exactly right. It's program ability not just at the application layer which is what other smart contract platforms delighted to already It's also program ability At layers below that the network stack wind data stacks which is an important property allows some interesting things that are very difficult from for for others One of the most important things that we want to make sure is that we build a smart contract platform that capitalizes on the value of the applications built on top This is something that for example doesn't do I can if I issue a let me let me call a low velocity a high longevity type of assets. Something like You know Real Estate Orlando something like that That on a theorem Looks no different than forgive nommik laser here but the any regular should coin It accumulates the same fees. It does not. It is not guaranteed to be different from any other Coined the does may be has no value whatsoever to it and we're trying to capitalize on this problem in a way that provides a that gives the issue of assets in creators smart contracts on our platform the ability to effectively divide the the the guarantees a little bit more at a higher. Gherardi or Logan. Larry Rather It's it's about you know giving somebody that is issuing these applications that or the asked us that have very high longevity needs and high security needs It gives them the ability to pay much much. Larger fees to be stored for very long period of time and be very secure. Burst something that. Maybe he's just not very high value and needs may be much higher speed and much lower fees so this is something that we allow. That theory doesn't quite allow and and is actually goes down to the to the token design as well so in fury on the the problem is it does not You know if I issue a new token Or if I build a ruler. Successful application of the theory Yeah fees are paid in East which is great but down to the minors and nobody else benefits from the fact that there is usage off of these Of this of this token on the system It's actually It's actually quite a big problem for theory. I mean you have so much value being built on a theory that bitcoin could never could ever dream off right now and none of it is really being capitalized at the value that it should be capitalized by the by the underlying token Our design has been more of the not the designer. We've taken is more of the the one that says. This is a cap supply token like bitcoin. And whenever you do operations that require things like creating new blockchain's and paying for transaction fees and so on they burn off the tokens and the burning Obama tokens alternately creates scarcity novel and so that capitalizes on the underlying On the underlying token of the of system. So that's an in a different designed from How a theory has done this But I mean this more foam I would say peripheral property The first goal that we want achieve is really in the ability to effectively labrum ability at the at the network data layer which is very very important because it allows a lot of flexibility on how you can design your your economics for your smart contract. It's like effectively. You know smart contract level charting almost if you want to think of it that way. Maybe that's not quite super correct. But it's the best knowledge that I can possibly come up with in one sentence and And that's just not the case for any other platform the whoops there okay So Steven you mentioned these subjects that have has right. How do those are? Would you compare those those akin to para chains or something like Sharpton East to a so with the St Louis? Model that you mentioned. How does that compare to something like East? Who which has the goal of being more stateless. Yes so I think the biggest difference the tweet our model and something more similar to their model is that offer us are. Our sub nets are heterogeneous which means that they aren't necessarily running these same The same the Amer the same the same Guess scheme if you're preparing database land So east to at least you know. Correct I'm wrong but Each to is planning on the chief being scale ability on the same kind of network with the same security guarantees in the same network guarantees across all of its shards. So what that means is that essentially. They're trying to paralyse computation and increase their throughput by adding nodes not need to validate the entire the entire state And so that's that's very useful in some cases however what's typically pretty difficult. When there's a lot of cross shark communication which on blockchain it then becomes very important of how you're you're splitting things into shards and so from from our point of view you know you're GonNa have something like you know the die chain or the Guy I G- CHARD. Where ever wants to be on the Diet Chart because everyone of us die and so all of a sudden anyone that isn't on the die charred is going to have to be communicating with the DIA- Chard Which is relatively expensive in most Charlotte Systems However with us Our viewpoint sub nets is that some nets are heterogeneous and so they may contain their own environment so for example B. Edm would live in its own sub met and would have surprise like Is a is Senate that were planning on doing which is a soon of Eutherian state. So so that's That's like the big difference really so we have something that's based off of the functionality. Rather than you know just splitting the entire state. So that's like the main

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The Big Debate

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

The Big Debate

"Hello Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to the passing shot tennis caused by fans. My name's Joke Kelly. I'm Kim McKenzie and today on the big debate we're discussing the greatest players to never have won a singles Grand Slam title. Take your seats. Thank you everybody hype you while Hyppia Safe On. What would it be today? The very star of the French Open Garros Second Grand Slam off the season. Obviously we have no live at is to catch up on what main came have decided to do in. This episode is commemorated. The occasion by looking back at some of the best players to have never won a grand slam singles title. And it's nothing is fair to say it's quite Alexi List that we've we've captured and are few surprising. Names bad did about is the yeah. We've had a lot of suggestions for our listeners and followers say thank you very much for sharing your thoughts and we have had some niche suggestion straight in as well. I'm actually trying to think plays on these lists. Yeah A lot. More names came up that I was actually wanting to and I mean really one of the questions is where do you draw the line? How do you quantify like how many slam final how many titles players had to have one career ranking? They had to achieve to cut be considered good enough To have been capable of winning slam. Is it how close they came and in a final. Is it just what they did in terms of the rest of their career that you could kind of define it? Let's say we'll be looking into this more detail but yeah it's it's quite an impressive list of talent on this list and makes you realize actually how perhaps unjust sport can be when some of our favorite players never quite managed to go all the way exactly and as he said I could this list dominate at Alex. Verify think if that career they will at some point be able to kind of break that that grandson duck. We're going to start actually with a really popular answer. The calls one of one of the first thing that came into my head. It was one of the first that came into of our listeners. Had as well and that player is David Nalbandian. Who the me as one of those payers who do not doubt that he had the technical ability to win a Grand Slam. It was more. I think the injuries him. I think this is fiscal outlook or school. He was quite stocky and made. Now bandying was one of those players. Where yes he? He could be anyone on his day. He was let down by injuries. And the fact the his maneuverability around the court wasn't wasn't the greatest. Yeah I would agree. I think now found him probably gave into the list of being too injury. Prone to to capture title assertively. He was around before the dominance of of the big three m federal was kind of coming to the scene of course but Sam either he was before when the era of Jovic in middle kind of say dominating everything when you look back at what he actually achieved. It's very impressive. Though he was the the only Argentinian in history to reach semifinals Al Slams and even just reached semi-finals and more at all is is a feat in itself and oversee most famous he reached the Wimbledon final thousand. T- leasings Lleyton Hewitt which you okay. This was his best opportunity to witness lamb. However I think in this final you look at the score line and it was so comprehensive. He think if he wasn't capable of kind of doing more on the day at such a kind of big opportunity. I know this question marks around kind of whether he really sees the moment because slates near be like six one six three six two very straightforward line and this was the tournament. Schley going back to this two thousand Buddha. The top seventeen seeds were knocked out before the fourth round. It was only Asian. You and Tim Henman. It will get onto later. That actually came through so you think ooh found in. I don't know I guess maybe even getting to the final was a bit of a stroke of luck giving given that he was Didn't he wasn't having to play top top names to get that far. Sipa houses move reflection of that but yes that very consistent across the Sam's reaching the semi of old of them and the fact that he he was able to be the big three as well. I mean we talked about it in a in a recent Poe cost about the fact that he. He's the only player to beat in the Big Three in one tournament. In in Madrid. I think he'd be Federa Djokovic and the Dow so he was able to kind of know only just do it on one occasion. He was able to come string great consistency across. You know what you would need at a grand slam across. Two weeks is just yeah. You almost fell the loss hurdle as he said. He got to the semi finals of L. Better every Grand Slam and I think it's just a bit of a shame that he got so far but doesn't really have a lot to show for it in terms of in terms of actual titles and that two thousand eighteen. Would you look at the George? Dd that kind of that was potentially could have been his. May I know kind of you know? He's up against the world number one. The Best Player Lleyton Hewitt. But certainly you know how to kind of solve easiest drawer to get to the final to go out. So comprehensively was almost shabelle on his part.

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Stimulating Simulator Stories

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Stimulating Simulator Stories

"Never had the three of us. Sit Down and nerd out about about flight simulation. Yeah I mean. It's one of the things that I think is a gateway drug for a lot of people I mean when you're a kid with a computer and You know you're looking for some gaming or some you know something cool to do. I mean flight Sims I think are are I think are as much a part of getting you know. Young people into Navy model airplanes were and still are. Yeah I I agree and you guys of no my My background priority. I spent eleven years at Microsoft working on the flight simulator series there subsequently got some weird biases and things but I was also been a lifelong user of Sims first. Ibm either came home. We bought the first First version one point. Oh flights them week that When that came out and I was. I was twelve going on thirteen when that happened. And here I am D- decades and decades later and I still enjoy them and it's It it's one of those things that it. It's not only refund from the aviation side but it's also to me always been interesting from the technology side to take these computers that we have on our desks in in our pockets and our briefcases and see what what they can do. Yeah I wouldn't ask you when you went to work at Microsoft was that Was that pretty cool? I mean going to work for a product that you Kinda knew already and had a you know certainly had a name for itself. I sent my wife An email and our into my first day because I've been at Microsoft a two or three years closer to four years actually for if I move to that team and I sent this email to her and it just said I am a pig. My job is slop never get there? That was back in ninety eight So got to work on some patches and supposedly stuff for flights to ninety eight then we rolled right into combat flights him in for the next several years. Sort of back and forth from combat. Flight Sim then back to the civilian one based on releases Worked as a test engineer which was really cool. It came from product support. Which meant you had to sit on the phone and try to help somebody solve a problem and then I switched to testing which just meant. You really didn't care about the solution. You just had to point out the problems and I'm good at that. I'm really judgmental. I'm picky but it can be a real jerk so So that was that was fantastic and worked from. He said the tail end of flights in ninety eight all the way through the last of FSX and a what we call DSP. What you now know is prepared by Lockheed Martin so yeah Great Times Yeah I think When I was a kid my parents had I think it was an IBM forty six In the early nineties and I only game that was on. That computer was gosh. She could help me with this. How was probably F S for? It was still wire frame graphics and it had the airplane Creator in the in the Red Baron combat similar. Oh sure yeah. So the yeah. They're the red baron was That was there from the very very beginning. You know the wire frame stuff. F S Four. That had the airplane creator. Had WHAT WE CALL IT? Sort of flat shading it was sort wire frame. It could support up to like sixteen colors of Aga time too so just starting to transition into something that was Sort of optionally wire frame or you can have some solid colors into it. Yeah that so. I always wonder how much that actually played into. You know I think. All three of us You know we say as far back as we remember we were airplane parts and I mean how your origin stories pretty obvious you know growing up at an airport But I think for my for me that that may definitely be a big part of that. I remember getting My my first flights actually wasn't regular flights him. It was combat flight simulator. And it was like you in Europe. He was European theater. Okay so that was the first one. Just yes he. F S One. Yeah Oh man. That was awesome like I remember. We downloaded that or loaded onto the computer and then a couple of buddies over and like we literally played that until like two in the morning and Just you know you died. It's my turn but What was he was the two guys that were with me? They weren't diehard airplane nuts. They thought this was like totally cool. And nobody had seen anything. Quite like that So it was really kind of interesting way to get someone. Maybe not a history buff. Not a Warburg buff but suddenly you know they were kinda rattling stuff off like oh no man you gotta go with the P fifty one you know and I'm like how you know. How do you know what is it was kind of interesting? Well you know. I think it's you know it confirms what we have said at least in private conversations time and time again that simulators almost any kind like this can. They can teach you know they can. Inspire people didn't get people excited about it. But you know before long. You're you're actually learning

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Is Duke Done? A Season of NCAA Basketball Surprises

ESPN Daily

10:25 min | 1 year ago

Is Duke Done? A Season of NCAA Basketball Surprises

"Myron. I think the last time we spoke. I was at Cameron Indoor Stadium asking You what you thought about Zion Williamson. That was the last time and now Zion's gone and things haven't been as good for college basketball since he left. Myron Medcalf is a senior college basketball reporter for ESPN. Men's college basketball has been having a pretty weird season. Can you explain to us sort of the state of things and why some of the usually omnipresent contenders your dukes your? Unc's Kentucky aren't even in the top five while it's a meeting in a year like this anybody who tells you that they know exactly what's going to happen in March. They're lying because there was no one no expert. That understands kind of what's happened so far. It's just been a wild year but I think you can look at some of the things that transpired Really at the start of the season. I think the James Wiseman suspension by the answer. Aa For twelve games after being ruled ineligible. You have a Memphis team that I think had a chance to be much better if he sticks around. Lamelo ball who if he follows the traditional track and goes to a UCLA USC that changes the spotlight on those programs as well But instead you have a lot of the blue blood teams that don't have the lottery level talent that they had a year ago. Duke is still a top ten level team but they don't have anyone close To a Zaylon you'd have a team like Gonzaga that had to lottery picks last year. They got some good players. Nothing like that so the the powerhouse teams are just really good team which has closed the gap so now a San Diego State with the Malachi Flint and against double team Malachi for three huge three by malachite lend. That's a really good team. Competing for number one see the Dayton with an ob top suddenly was one of the best teams in America. And I think it's because you just don't have the same concentration of talent we're accustomed to seeing with your Kentucky's in Dukes. Then you'RE K. Use Marin what is it like covering a season like this where there are really clear favorites and no one seems to have any idea. What's going on this year? You just don't really know who to chase like. You don't know who to say okay. That's the team to watch. Because they're really good. It just feels like a pretty fragile college basketball scene which is great for the tournament for everything. We didn't have in college basketball this year in terms of no established kind of powerhouse team. I think we're going to see the benefits of it. Come into double A. Tournament. Time when we could have one of the craziest craziest. March madness is we've ever had so. Let's talk about Duke. Quit even when dukes not great? We're still going to talk about Dick. Because it's really interesting. Myron how much struggled on Saturday they lost to Virginia Virginia wins. That look the three point line. Just couldn't connect before that game. They were ranked seventh. But I imagine they could go down even further now right. Yeah I mean this is a team that I think will will fall in the rankings. Duke has run into some teams who put on their Superman capes in the last couple of games. And that's change things you have. Nc State which made sixty one percent of its threes and that loss A week ago wake forest mixed fifty four percent of its threes. These things those teams had done before they phase Duke and Virginia really as just a team on the rise So I think duke got caught in kind of a weird gauntlet there but trae Jones has been sort of their closer whereas a year ago you could go to RJ bear. You could go to Cam Reddish you could go on. And now they're a bit more one dimensional They're much closer to what you see. Maybe in a typical season where they're right there with Louisville and Florida state and Virginia and the other teams at the top of the ACC. But they don't have a guy who's GonNa carry them to the top of the League and just help them separate. That's just not enough talent in college basketball for really any team to do that. But especially in the league like the Agency. So you're in Kansas right now in Kansas. The number one team. You were there to watch them. Play Kansas State and it was a right because these two teams Fighting literally fighting back in January Shit and now the benches inc just unnecessary. That's not good. This is Paul. This is bad this is but on Saturday night myron. They shook hands before the tip off in. Kansas came away with the victory. What did you make of the number team in their performance? Well I I'm just glad nobody fought again because that that would have been bad Glad to have that moment before the game I will say. I've never been to a regular basketball game outside of the NCAA tournament that had as much security as that game. Had I mean they were everywhere about? I'm glad there was an incident. I I think Kansas is sort of the perfect team in a year like this. Do they have a lottery pick? No but they've got this really balanced group of guys who are pretty good offensively. They've been pretty efficient team and they got two guys who win they're together. They're hard to stop. It's Dotson In Gaza Buki who when they're on the floor together. Kansas made about sixty percent of his shots inside the art. Their opponents have made about forty one percent of their shots inside the three point line. That's the story right there when those two guys are together. Kansas is certainly the best team in America. But you also look at them and go. Are they one bad night from Abu? Koa from struggling. He was hurt part of the game on Saturday against the bad Kansas state team boss feeds it in bounced past as a group. Six to shoot you back down spits travels this is the shot ultimately but he rolled his ankle. Oh this is good has approved. He is clutching his right foot so Kansas is good. But like a lot of teams there. One bad moment badge stretch away from being right there with everybody else. Well now. It seems like Kansas is going to run away with the big twelve after Baylor who was ranked number two going into the weekend got upset by. Tcu How bad was this for Baylor? It's always interesting right. Like Baylor won every game but one for like two months straight and now all of a sudden last week I think a lot of people are panicking and that happens to a team. Like Baylor which doesn't have the brand recognition of Duke or Kentucky or a Kansas. So in hard times. I think we may be overemphasized Some of their struggles. I think you obviously don't want to continue losing and losing to a team like Tcu is not good For them but this is a team that again played a tissue team that did things that they haven't done in the past made forty five percent of the threes on Saturday against Baylor. They made thirty three percent of their shots from three point. Line before that so that can be more of an anomaly. I think Baylor overall though is one of the best defensive teams in America made the best defensive team not named Kansas. So that's GONNA keep them in every game that they play well one team. That's right up there with Kansas and Baylor is Gonzaga perennial contenders They did lose to. Byu about a week ago but they're still considered favorites to win the WCTC. How good is this Gonzaga team? I think they're really really good me now like I think they're amazing. I just think this is a year where because everyone has been sort of even you get one loss and all of a sudden. Gonzaga gets the whole. You haven't played anybody. And why are you losing you know in the West Coast Conference and I think that's unfair? Byu was a really good team like Byu's go into selection Sunday with maybe a five or six seed. Maybe even better so. There's nothing wrong with losing a road game in that environment to a good team. They have the number one offense in America a flea Petra. Sav is one of the best young players Indian tire country. We would know what mark few the head coach can do. And they've got two losses all year. I think that is one of the best teams in America and I think will prove it wants double a. Tournament starts so most of the rankings have some combination of Kansas Baylor in Gonzaga in the top. Three we'll see how this weekend changes that but after that myron gets pretty interesting. I'm you've got Dayton San Diego state. Did you see that coming up before the season began out like I wish I could lie and say I did? I wish I could be that dude. It was like yeah. I called San Diego State back in October in Dayton. But I didn't I mean like ob top and a Dayton is suddenly this lottery pig. And I don't think anybody saw that Common Dayton on Friday against Davidson Mia. Think about this number. They may ninety six percent of their shots inside the three point. Line Ninety six percent like I don't care if you're playing a high school junior Varsity Team. That's really difficult to do in Dayton. Did that and not only did they do it. They've been doing it Throughout the season just really inefficient offensive team in San Diego State. A team that lost its first game about a week and a half ago. The they've been role as well in their line of people who will say San Diego State doesn't play the competition that the other top teams have faced in college basketball. That's not true. They beat the. Byu Team that just beacons Aga- they beat Creighton. Which I think is the surprise of college basketball naked win at all by thirty one points and they beat Iowa another solid team another Aa tournament team by ten points so the best teams that were thrown at San Diego State. They won those games now. They did lose the UNLV Week ago but beyond that there have been a really really good team and I think in a year like this again. You're not going to run into a team with two lottery. Picks it feels like they can make Iran as well both San Diego state ending

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What's the Best Kind of Dog Leash?

BrainStuff

03:56 min | 1 year ago

What's the Best Kind of Dog Leash?

"Relationships and discovers the transformative power of music. Theory and rocker comes from double. Elvis productions is created and hosted by Mitchelson Elson and executive produced by Jay. Brennan of disgraced land listened to dear young rocker on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. took him to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren. Bogle bomb here when you adopt a puppy or an older dog. There's a lot to look forward to a fun. Days of playing with her and taking walks feeding her teaching her tricks taking walks cuddling on the couch with her and yes taking more walks. Dogs require walks. The obvious reason is that they have to go out to do their business meaning urinate and defecate. The frequency depends on the breed. But if you live in an apartment or a house without a fenced yard where they can roam freely to take care of the call of nature as the adult in the room you are responsible for taking them out to a designated area where they can go and you can clean up after them but there's more to it than that dogs need lots of exercise. They need to burn off energy and socialized dogs. Hello Dog Park. Walks are an important part of your dogs. Daily routine and that means you're pups leash is a crucial canine accessory. But there are a dizzying number of options. So we he talked to an expert about her favourite leash and why she recommends it Susie. Aga- is a nationally recognized dog trainer an expert in dog behavior modification and the founder of Atlanta dog trainer. She has decades of dog training experience and has clear preferences about leashes for starters. She never recommends a retractable leash. She explained they're very popular leashes but everyone hates them. It's irritating for the dogs on the leash. They've got constant tension on them and it's irritating for humans in the community most pet owners. Don't ruin their dogs. They just let them wrap up. Whoever's walking by retractable leashes are dangerous? Dogs and humans. How many times have you been strolling along in the park minding your business? When suddenly there's a Doberman Pinscher staring at you a good twenty to thirty feet or six to nine meters away from its owner also retractable? Leads can hurt you the dog Walker. Should you attempt to grab it in case of an emergency it could give you a rope. Burn and be leashes are infamous for snapping due to strain or mechanical mechanical failure and whipping back with high force toward the walkers body and face Aga- also doesn't recommend the slip lead which is basically a slipknot allowing knowing you to slip your dog's head through the loop and poll to tighten Think of those leashes you get at the vet but they can be very dangerous. She said I don't like them. Because it puts that's a lot of pressure on the dogs. Trachea can cause a lot of damage. Aga's leash recommendation is a basic six foot or approximately two meter braided leather leash with brass fittings the clips onto the dog's collar or harness. Whichever the dog wears when walking Aga- says six feet is plenty long for every breed of dog to get away to use the bathroom the only time she doesn't recommend the brass fittings is for small dogs because the brass can be too heavy for those smaller dogs try stainless steel or aluminum fittings fittings instead ag- explained a leather leashes last a really long time? I've got one leash. That's fifteen years old. Most leashes available in the market are made of reinforced. Nylon or cloth webbing some even have carbon-fiber with an into them others are made of nylon rope. Aga- says those are fine but to be prepared hard to keep buying them she said nylon leashes even the ones that are sturdy. webbing are fine but they don't last. As long as leather dogs can chew through them and then the owners

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The Global Economy: US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade and the WTO downgrades the trade volume

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:08 min | 1 year ago

The Global Economy: US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade and the WTO downgrades the trade volume

"We begin today with the aforementioned slice of the American economy manufacturer ing the Caveat here is that you can't can't tell the whole story of this economy from just one number of course but a report we got today about. US manufacturing is causing a little bit of Aga it comes to was from the Institute for Supply Management. It provides an index or whether the manufacturing is expanding or contracting from month to month. That's Sharyn o'halloran. She's professor of Political Economy at Columbia. The manufacturing index came out. This morning is pretty straight ahead. If it's above fifty fifty manufacturing is expanding below that it's shrinking what we've seen in this latest report is that the index spell below fifty forty seven point eight to be precise signifies. A worsening of manufacturing tring conditions in the in the United States that is manufacturing industries are facing a downturn. Today's number was in fact. The lowest is the index has been in more than ten years manufacturing is not the largest component of the economy is a significant component when there's a contraction in manufacturing other types of sectors will probably follow because it could be layoffs it could be different types of negative activities that are going to happen as a result of it so what is going on here. You know really indicates to me that what's driving. This is our lack of new export orders. That's Timothy Furey. SM He chairs the committee that puts out the survey in question this is more of I think it's more more of a trade throttling it's it's caused a lot of bottlenecks across the global environment not good for the manufacturing economy yeah not good for the manufacturing fracturing. Konami all spink trade bottlenecks and throttling of the global environment let us turn now to the WTO the World Trade Organization. Shall we twice a year the economists honest the WTO get together and go through their models in their crystal balls and tell the rest of us how much trade they're expecting in the next couple of years and you know where this is going right. Their latest I forecast out today shows a sharp drop in the growth of trade from where they were expecting just six months ago in April. Thinking was we'd see trade volumes grow two point six percent this year now just one point two percent its backdrop so we asked marketplace's. Tracey Samuelson to figure out what has changed in the past six months this forecast is downgrade from what the WTO was expecting in April and that was a downgrade from what it was expecting last September Coleman knee and economist in the research in statistics division at the WTO says we're already seeing slower trade growth show up in the data. What's happened is the trade growth in the first half of the year of Twenty nineteen was much listen we expected so we were forced to revise our forecast down pretty substantially. He says there is a number of reasons why there's slowing economic growth in major economies uh-huh and regions in Asia and Europe a bit in the US and that reduces demand for it for all kinds of goods including imports. It's lying. Economic growth doesn't totally explain the slowing growth in trade volumes. There's something else what could it be since April. The trade dispute has only escalated. Fan Vino is the US chief economist SNP Global. We've had the United States add more tariffs on now three hundred billion of Chinese products and still more tears to take effect in December. Eastward facade is a trade policy professor at Cornell has been a fundamentally evaluation about what the prospects for dissolving the retention. It's become clear that the US China trade tensions are here to stay so precise says businesses are reevaluating their supply chains and putting investment plans on hold which can ultimately mean less trade. I'm tracey Samuelson for

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg treated for pancreatic tumor

Tony and Dwight

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg treated for pancreatic tumor

"Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is recovering after completing radiation therapy for a cancerous tumor on her pancreas which is all clear at the moment it doesn't mean she's cured so defender leaving means they treated the tumor with the hope that they could cure it the problem with pancreatic tumors most of the time is that their sales elsewhere we just can't visualize that's doctor David agas with CBS news this is the fourth time the justice has been treated for

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The town with no beer

Correspondents Report

06:10 min | 2 years ago

The town with no beer

"The job of a correspondent is sometimes loan, sim often morbid occasionally dreer and is Indonesia, correspondent David Lipson discovered, what on Simon recently, there's nothing worse after a long hot day than an entire city with no bien. He prepared this report from the disturbingly, dry city of cheer. Bon with apologies to slim dusty away from the fluffy seabreeze of Bali much of Indonesia, is, as they say, as hot as nine sons, it's also humid, and often grimy as a correspondent you spend a good deal of time in the thick of it whiting through that swampy area liking, tripods cameras, and backpacks through the smog or dust. It's great fun. But it's also hard going thankfully, there is a queue Bintan be it's watery easy. Drinking pills now. Not sure you drink it outside of Indonesia, but here it works the. The problem is it's getting hotter and hotter to get your hands on a I noticed it in Jakarta a year ago, the hero convenience store near home. It's fridges conveniently stocked with ample, and the ale was without warning. Emptied out on. We were told it was out of respect for the holy month of Ramadan, but the b never came back. Nothing so lonesome. Dreer then stand in about all the pub with no biz. More recently, we realized the same thing had happened at the brand new domestic terminal in Jakarta, just sugary drinks in the fridge. Is there on a particularly long layover a few weeks, back, cameramen Phil? And I slipped the entire length of the massive terminal before eventually finding a restaurant slash bar on the menu. There was no beer but we asked the waiter, who sent for the manager who told us in hushed tones. Yes. There is some available. We ordered two cans, and when they arrived, they were in disguise wrapped in toilet paper to hide their true identity. We drank them out of coffee, mugs. And when the Bill arrived, the be wasn't on it, they had to be paid for in cash with no paperwork. This is all another symptom of Indonesia's slide toward Islamic conservatism, in the same way that far right groups in astrology threaten boycotts of halal products. In Indonesia, the militant alter conservatives threaten companies who engage in deviant, practices, lack ceiling, be it has a chilling effect on sales and not in the good way. I started writing this report after a particularly hot and stinky assignment, far from home involving large piles of rotting fish guts in the Japanese port city of cheer. Bon a beer we hoped might go someway to washing down that dry fishy taste in the back of our, noses and throats, but alas during Ramadan, we weren't allowed to partake in the hotel bar undeterred. We figured surely in a port city of some two and a half million people, they'd be sailors Kane for a beer after five months at sea. So along with my trustee, thirsty, cameramen Phil. We had a quiet chat to the Bill boy and hailed a cab. Okay. So we're not taxi. We have just tried to go to what were short would be the. One spot way, we could have a beer and, and somebody's eight it's closed for this month. So trustee Texan driver is trying to find another place. He's tapping away as phone right now. SMS is yeah. Your friend group. It's a group surely with the power of what's up consolidating the combined knowledge of cheer bones entire taxi fleet. We couldn't file. Because sentece of All Saints fan restaurant, Kilda would try, so what's what? Case balcony, Bah. On the main Stroup going up a pool stick case. View caffeine county. Not doing fasting month. Okay. Okay. Another disappointment. Did that. With no. We was starting to lose hope. Smackers KFC. John, mole hula trappings of western society Pizza Hut. But be. Be Dana breakthrough on the group message. Skopje. Thanks. So. Yes. We're on. So we made a beeline on the road. And sure enough right in the corner of the back of an empty Cup AGA. It looks like a pug. Totally empty. We paid out cabbie hefty tip until two seats. Okay. So he's poured a long neck into a missile jug. We have two coffee cups city in front of us. And a bowl of ice. So we'll put the old is seen how coffee cups. The old. Nope. Jug. That's it tears us. We go. Home is worth. That. Oh. Nothing gets between a correspondent story David Lipson. They are trying to get a drink in cheer. Bonn in Java.

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One year into legal U.S. sports betting: What have we learned?

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:26 min | 2 years ago

One year into legal U.S. sports betting: What have we learned?

"Here released today, which is the one year anniversary of three Moore's decision to legalize sports gambling released sort of a list of guidelines for casino company's sports gambling companies as how they should be going about advertising in against the three main points. Are they should not do anything that would target children? You know, the legal age for gambling Twenty-one? So there'd be no. I mean, I don't know going back a twenty years over many years when you'll beer companies would have. Mackenzie and Joe Camel advertising cigarettes, and that sort of thing none of that. They don't want anything even remotely close to that. The second aspect is. They don't want any advertising in college newspapers, you know, in college. You have a lot of people who are not of gambling age. And they don't want anything involved with that. And then the third is to sort of. I it was sort of a, but it's sort of like don't go advertising sports gambling is like a guaranteed way to make money. I mean, it's really coming to basically thing here you can come back with us and take your chances. But it's still a gamble story. The the advertising is is tailored to make it look like it's a pretty advantageous to the gambler, you use a story out of the United Kingdom as an example. They already kind of addressed this situation there, right? During the World Cup. They found the guardian study found that one in six advertisements during the World Cup were about sports gambling in you know, the practices been legal there for much longer than it has been there. And I think there's a sort of thinking that maybe it's gone too far that a lot of those games during the World Cup or going on during the day. And a lot of kids are watching. And they just didn't think that was such a great idea to have that center of the in front of so many young I bowl do other industries have an ethics code when it comes to advertising. Yeah. The took their cues of from especially from the liquor industry. They talked to people at the place called the beer institute. And they talked to the distilled spirits council about how they go regulating their advertising, and a lot of the things that the AGA wants to do or lifted pretty much straight from them. You know, don't advertise to minors. Don't don't advertise. You know, don't make. It seem like you're breaking the law by drinking and Donut. Encourage excessive alcohol consumption that sort of thing. So it is really along the same lines as

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Browns trade DE Ogbah to Chiefs for S Murray

Around the NFL

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Browns trade DE Ogbah to Chiefs for S Murray

"We got some breaking news. We've got a trade live on the Browns have traded. Emmanuel AGA do the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for safety. Eric Murray manual by nice nice pick up by the chiefs, a guy that took your line there. A guy that that PF effort instance, always loves Aqaba because he's very much a hurry not quarterbacks hits or sack guy. But he's going against the Ron and get some pressure. Like he's starting NFL player, and they need some of those on there. They were trying to move the Browns also cut Derek kindred the safety today because he started to cost too much for what he was because of some sort of contract stipulation. But I thought they were gonna go out and get Eric berry potentially. So they still might do. They might Dorsey burn the phone lines with his old with his old front office group here Eric Murray's played a lot too. So that's the guy I think that they need would not trade odd. But I wouldn't think unless it's for someone that they believe is going to get on the field for them. Because I like what was Murray's played a lot of snaps for a horrible second. I'm not saying he's great. I'm saying they probably see them as having a role that I didn't understand the the need to get rid of odd buds. Good to have with defensive

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The Power of Weekly Management Lunch Meetings

Journey to $100 Million

03:43 min | 2 years ago

The Power of Weekly Management Lunch Meetings

"Hey, everybody. It's Eric one of the things that we have learned over the course of the last year is that is super important for different levels of the organization to communicate on a regular basis. One of the things that we instilled very quickly after learning. This was the daily huddle every single day the entire team meets at nine seventeen for a daily meeting where we talk about what you did yesterday. And what's going on today? Another aspect of communications is that the executive team needs to communicate on a regular basis in particular weekly. So the executive team here is myself, and Kevin we are the partners of the company, and we drive a lot of the strategy and businesses that happened here, and we are two separate people with two different backgrounds. And we, you know, unless we try really hard. We could have different opinions and it. It could lead to problems. And so it's very important that the two of us have a weekly touch point, which we call the management launch or partner lunch. Once a week. We get together for lunch and his on Wednesdays, and we keep it really low key. We don't make a big deal out of it. But we do out to lunch, and we go to our favorite diner, which is right down the street. It's denny's. We love going to Denny's for a couple of different reasons. One I guess that. It's right down the street. It's super closest like two minutes away, which means that we're not spending a lot of time figuring out where we're going if we want to go different place every week driving twenty thirty minutes to get there things like that. That's all out the window. We go to the same place every single time. Since we show up once a week, we've gotten to know the staff really, well, AGA is our server she knows exactly what we like to order when we sit down should brings us water, and she brings us coffee because that's what we order every time. So we have a ritual. So we go to Denny's. We talked to iza we get our coffee, and our water we order, whatever we want and we're back in the office, hopefully within an hour sometimes a little bit longer. But it's at this point, not just the partner lunch is the ritual of getting together and spending an hour to an hour and a half just talking to one another. And these are oppa -tunities for us to do all sorts of things like strategize talk about what's been happening in the business talk about our visions, and sometimes frankly, clear the air with each other. Like, I said before we are two different people with different backgrounds and two different tendencies. And sometimes we have friction and we. We need to clear the decks, right? We need to say, what's on our mind. We need to tell the other personal we're thinking and just get it out and work through it. So that we don't harbor any animosity with one another. We we have to clear the deck, and we need to start fresh and his management lunch. Does that every single week if you're working with a partner in particular or management team, or if there are people at your level that you need to interact with on a regular basis? I certainly recommend this. This is a really really good tool if not very expensive from a business expense standpoint, you can write off the lunches as well. But even if you couldn't it's totally worth it. We spend thirty bucks and we spend an hour strategizing with each other. And making sure that we are literally on the same page and a lot of times we will come out with written notes about what we're going to do based on that lunch. Thirty dollars well-spent every single time. I'll do it every time.

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"aga" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"aga" Discussed on WTVN

"Aga continue. Man, a legend a way of life. Suburban women want the wall. Which is buoying Trump after fleeing him in two thousand eighteen suburban women. This is according to Zoghbi analytics poll suburban women after fleeing Republicans in the midterm elections last November are coming back in droves to President Trump. The reason is that many suburban women want the border wall. And what is being called here? A remarkable news IBM Paul found that suburban women more than likely voters support the wall and Trump's emergency declaration that would allow him to spend more to build it. Then congress has okayed the president's numbers steadily gained among independence and voters. Without college degrees to groups that helped him win in two thousand sixteen another interesting area, where President Trump gain ground was Hispanics. African Americans both groups job approval rating of Trump increased the most in recent months. That is flat out amazing. And then, ladies and gentlemen. Incredible. New study Gallup two thousand eighteen tracking poll all fifty states asked respondents to self identify as either liberal conservative or moderate the aggregated results which were released after the program on Friday show that more respondents identified as liberal than as conservative in only six states. In only six state more people identify as liberal than conservative the states where the number of self identified liberal residents exceeded the number of conservatives were. There's one missing here. You're going to be shocked. A why New Hampshire? New york. Massachusetts, Vermont and Washington. Those six states are the only six states where more people identify as liberal than conservative. In California, which I'm sure many of you thought would be the leading state with more liberals. The liberal conservative gap in California conservatives and liberals both make up twenty nine percent of the population. You might be say how the hell can that be when there's no Republican party in California Republican party? It is a win diddly squat. What do you mean? Twenty nine percent conservative. That's that's quite an interesting thing to study. Liberals, outnumbered conservatives in only six states. And that's down from the last time. They did the survey was nine it's down the liberalism is trending down. You would never know it from watching drive by media. You would never know it from going to the movies. You would never know it reading Twitter, Facebook, everything in pop culture. You would never know it. I have been a tempting to tell everybody that liberalism is not the majority thinking in this country. It's not the majority voting Rozier just wrong about that through overtaken is role wipe out now, they're not. But if you think they are they may as well be that's the whole point. Suburban women coming back to Trump in droves and Gallup only six states and some of them are very small New Hampshire, Vermont only six states where liberals outnumber conservatives say feeling that that you and your family are safe in your home one hundred percent of the time. That's not too much to ask. I mean, it's. In many ways, it's an expectation. Now, the people at work, it's simply safe home security want it to become a reality for you. Not just an expectation or a hope simply safe takes great pride when they hear from people now benefiting from their security system. Once it's set up and working simply safe makes a very highly competent home security system that uses no wires. And that simple fact is why it's called simply safe when you take the wires out of this mess. You don't have a mess. You have something you can do you can install it. You can examine it you can repair it because it's just replacing sensors the sensors communicate with the base station at home via wifi. It's much easier to track when what I'm as bad. It's just it just simplifies everything, and it also means bad guys can't cut a bunch of wires enforce your system down. Once the system is installed you can activate twenty four seven monitoring. That means calling the cops or the fire department when there is a break in or some other kind of vent. That's only fourteen ninety nine a.

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Messy Office Traits

Curiosity Daily

04:38 min | 2 years ago

Messy Office Traits

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But But a a lot lot of of scientists scientists say say we we humans humans show show all all the the same same signs signs of of being being domesticated domesticated as as those those animals animals do do so so today today in in things things you you might might have have talked talked about about late late at at night night near near college. college. Dorm Dorm room room we we ask ask who who exactly exactly domesticated domesticated us. us. Trust Trust me, me, when when I I say, say, you you probably probably won't won't guess, guess, let let me me guess guess is. is. It It the the same same things things that that built built the the pyramids pyramids and and Stonehenge. Stonehenge. It's It's not not aliens. aliens. I I didn't. didn't. Specifically. Specifically. Well, Well, humans humans built built those those things. things. So So humans humans didn't didn't domesticate domesticate humans humans or or did. did. They. They. I'll I'll let let you you tell tell me. me. All All right. right. Well, Well, scientists scientists aren't aren't exactly exactly sure sure why why some some animals animals are are able able to to be be domesticated domesticated and and some some art art wolves wolves turned turned into into dogs. dogs. But But most most FOX's FOX's were were never never tamed tamed and and horses horses are are one one of of the the most most successful successful domesticated domesticated animals animals in in history. history. But But zebras zebras are are almost almost impossible impossible to to tame. tame. We We also also know know that that lots lots of of mammals mammals take take on on certain certain traits traits as as they they grow grow more, more, domesticated. domesticated. Not Not just just behavioral behavioral things things but but physical physical stuff stuff to to like like smaller smaller teeth teeth shorter shorter face face and and floppy floppy ears. ears. Charles Charles Darwin Darwin called called this this domestication domestication syndrome, syndrome, and and humans humans exhibit exhibit those those qualities qualities too. too. I I mean, mean, just just look look at at how how small small our our teeth teeth are are compared compared to to chimpanzees, chimpanzees, for for example. example. So So a a few few men's men's exhibit exhibit physical physical and and social social traits traits of of many many domesticated domesticated species, species, then then who who domesticated domesticated us us the the obvious obvious answer answer is is that that we we domesticated domesticated ourselves. ourselves. So So we we could could live live in in peace peace in in large large communities communities that that there's there's another another theory. theory. Get Get ready ready for for this this one. one. Maybe Maybe we we were were domesticated domesticated by by weet. weet. Yes, Yes, we we eat. eat. The The plant plant weed weed is is a a grass grass that that originated originated in in the. the. Middle Middle East, East, and and it it takes takes a a lot lot of of work work to to grow grow before. before. We We started started growing growing wheat. wheat. We We were were doing doing just just fine fine as as hunter hunter gatherers, gatherers, but but then then we'd we'd came came along along and and gave gave us us a a delicious delicious nutritious nutritious and and easy easy to to store store food food source. source. So So human human started started clearing clearing rocks rocks from from field. field. So So it it could could spread spread and and spending spending days days in in the the hot hot sun, sun, pulling pulling up up weeds weeds that that might might compete compete with with it it for for nutrients nutrients and and coming coming up up with with techniques techniques like like irrigation irrigation and and fertilizer fertilizer to to make make sure sure it it could could thrive. thrive. It's It's a a pretty pretty convincing convincing case. case. And And it's it's got got to to seeing seeing the the gluten gluten free free movement movement in in a a whole whole new new light. light. Don't Don't forget forget that that this this week week Ashley, Ashley, and and I I are are going going to to be be on on the the ground ground at at C C E E S, S, the the Consumer Consumer Electronics Electronics Show Show in in Las Las Vegas, Vegas, and and you you can can watch watch us us podcast podcast from from CAS CAS live live on on Facebook. Facebook. That's That's right. right. 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"aga" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

GSMC Bible Study Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast

"Same sort of significant contrast between these synonyms is it is better to trace the connection back to jesus teachings in the gospel of john particularly from john chapter thirteen which is often called the farewell discourse to where he's talking to his disciples before he he leaves them jesus comforts his disciples before his coming departure she says his crucifixion resurrection a return to the father in addition to promising the holy spirit who will be another advocate for them jesus also gives his disciples and later believers a new commandment and that's john thirteen thirty four through thirty five a new commandment i am giving to you that you should love one another just as i loved you so that also you should love one another in this everyone when low that you are my despite disciples if you should have love for one another and she says that her translation that may sound slightly different from the translation that you're used to she says her translation highlights the repetition that occurs in these few verses hopefully bringing out some other connections with i john what we just read all the verbs for love our forms of aga pan or a gop and the phrases resonate with first john's cer monica admonitions a new commandment love one another in this everyone will know the use of different forms of words so there's all these things that she's pointing to that's the connect john's jesus farewell discourse in john to this letter of first john i john then she says uses the gop pay an aga a gop a pan excuse me words because these are the words attributed to jesus in their tradition by repeating these words in the sermon the preacher of i john takes on the voice of jesus speaking by means of the same breath to show continuity with his teaching in contrast to the teachings and that's in quote of those who have again quote gone out from the community.

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"aga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Doc washburn more difficult environment you could have been here for the aga now the jimmy ward one was the best timmy ward was the hey you were drafted once in the nfl what's it like to make that phone call and have a kid realize his dream what do you mean by that what did you like about your pick yeah you know they were we'd options he does the end of the world what do had to leave get out get out oh that's funny it out you're a spy by twenty second timeouts over spoiled yeah you're right one question that john lynch died was you know are you guys interested in trading back in the back half of the first week you're always always on the lookout though i mean they they obviously were in here and they would have had to rush out or something but aren't you always interested in potentially doing something although as you you both pointed out they don't have a lot of ammo to do it but jeez what if you do i mean they they sound like they're in love with mcglinchey like he this box this box this box i mean they were gonna take him it's like you hit this right ahead head early in this process everybody says that but i do believe as you just pointed out with these two guys they're about a straight as you can tell the truth they liked john lynch also and i think as more stuff comes out he'll he'll admitted the teams ahead of them did different thing.

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"aga" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"aga" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"A responsible decision to do to get out of at this point that was lie was like my that was my covering voici comforting can a pick you up in stock and a change overnight but maybe the advice were about to give can help you in the long run i have some thoughts you want to you i mean you want to go first or uh i mean i'd add one hottest artist gift to it i think anything as you start to pinpoint where you're passions lie find ways to invest some time and energy and resources that may be money into uh developing that skilled develop are gaining experience there are just starting to channel your passion in the something outside a work hours that i mean so it's going to require some sacrifice i think you've got you it may not be it most likely will not be responsible for you just quit your 95 and then try to start something up you know we were very practical we can get into that but i think that's that's where my is going to land and we can go into summer experience if you want to roll aga amihai was going to basically the same thing that you you find a way you don't quit when you you don't jump ship when you don't have another ship to jump into mmhmm i think you've got to build a framework that there is a practical maybe build a roboat an rusco the analogy in a responsible roboat or a lifeboat of some kind so that they're so that you in his fish in obviously it depends on what circumstance of life yerin if you're married with children if you're the breadwinner of the home or whatever you hit which was the case with us and you have.

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"aga" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"It's just like man where's isn't gonna go joe it's all of the above i mean we uh obviously i created a new sport with snow bike best trick and you know what you the demo with jacco last year and this year it's an actual full competition and it was great it you know it's it's infancy it's like it's like brand new the kits were all you know howsom were custom built custommade their yoga the winner of was on a you know a fullsized timber sled can't so any but it was any buddies game out there which as a consumer as a watcher aga enthusiasts those are the greatest things when you don't know what's going to happen in that competition and that's exactly what happened to uh the we have some great competition with very little training and and and set up time for these guys just with the whole brand new aspect of the sport picture this a year from now with some wissam better track uh better chips at a better uh training bloomer doctors and being able to have these guys on the top of their game instead of just trying to come into to you know to pull something off they'll be training and building and and really creating a grand new sport from scratch kinda like we did many years ago with speed and style and then obviously before that free style you know when the when all this stuff got built it's just one step at a time and then xgames takes its that another level and and built that following a builds that determination due to do the best that they can with their equipment as well as with the selves the the athletes yeah and uh i just i i just looking at the names of the people coming in and the it's to me it's just it's very very exciting time to be involved in the snow bike industry and um you know i i think we call though asking winner i said you know 2017 2018 winners the year that the sport really explodes and it i see it's starting to explode but i don't think we've kite quite reached the.

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"aga" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"On the group chat in each had to be like they late thing when i see i'm going to teach you abrash is each up at school by but i assume the funding location in a place you can never sent me a variety of this is our guest this morning already an out of one he had think like all he called the neighborhood a he solve he want to squash to be is no need to be analogy sam because all without don't beef over female i'm not saying there is no need to beef man you guys are young y'all got so many years ahead of you and and i don't want to get your boy's name right now but what do reach out to him and say a man we are fighting over nothing don't sam fighting over nothin' man and empower your sales you need to empower him and you have himself and don't empowered the garage unaware she's at in this if she's like an energy thinking rather driven but for don't don't fight your friend over that you know what i'm saying an and on us and you know don't be offensivedefensive may be you know what i'm saying i can understand don't be offensive don't don't worry about in may and do talk to him not through a group jet which is talk to him say a man we need to settle up alleges top about this you know what i'm saying her alrighty my brothers all right all righty you have yourself a good day pen in and your name is late then yes there a eur twelve years old ah yes already what you were you born in uh house boards he doesn't i aga again ember all die when he going on lowering lattimore we've always keeping up instead of i am an all right if nato i get a mojo he was locked in and unloading of the tdb dig out already had drugs at all i know what he wanted me one of the day gala while thoughts galganov hung arenas my right now the only remedy to three eligible for hip hopping boy another one friedel brooks very few of you bids egg each not you wanna zime he's making making it i wanna via vapors asia babe it has meant zaki gave from may to go is it on the ground and again i just.

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"aga" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Macos two it is a christmas vacation that has come back to haunt of prime minister justin trudeau today ethics commissioner mary dawson released a scathing report finding the p m in violation of the conflict of interest act it stems from trips the justin trudeau and his family took last year to the aga khan's private island in the caribbean the agriculture on is a registered lobbyist to the prime minister's office ms dawson found that the aga khan quote could reasonably be seen to have been given to influence mr trudeau in his capacity as prime minister and quote the prime minister responded had a news conference this afternoon i take full responsibility for that we need to make sure that the office of the prime minister is without reproach and uh in the future at including on a family friends and personal family trips we will be proactively working with the office of the committee cher to ensure that there is no conflict of interest no appearance of conflict of and not have occurred to you with all due respect how could it not have occurred to you that that might not have been okay but the fact is we work the tournament is trying to reorder reorder the thoughts we um worked with uh the the lobby conflict of interest commissioner uh on a regular basis on a broad range of issues when the issues come up on this issue of a family vacation with a personal friend um it wasn't tech considered that there would be an issue there that was the prime minister responding to a question from cbc's rosemary barton in ottawa this afternoon defcon occur watched that press conference and he has read mary dawson's report today mr conquers the founder of the independent watchdog group democracy watch reached him in ottawa mr konica what do you think of the prime minister's response uh well he fumbling because he knows that the violation of the rule including his own code there is a prime ministers ethics code that applies to him in administers and cabinet staff and it says you can't be in in even the appearance of a conflict of interest there's no loophole her friend especially when you're.

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"aga" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Uh uh than we when we weep for you with or mother's day asked by rejecting call from fun at the ether that door and the a dark elf malic at fourover turned out to be identified to be the reality stone so that it introduced into the marvels cinematic universe and we'll be seeing that presumably in the vendors three and four so these are other space sprays parents not time parents serai other realities that as there isn't time stone we haven't seen that one young girl for next one night sorry we had seen it we saw it in doctor strange doctor strange in the eye of aga motel had the time stone while he was able to trap door memo in the time loop oh spoiler alert and and all right this next question comes from nooks shook knew that the letter bribes alright could it be plausible that the edge of the universe is merely the end of a dimension and possibly the start of anotherdotjust a thought well so it turns out variations on the multi verse idea have it that there are pockets of the universe that are expanding in such a way that other expanding zones don't know about each other okay so the independently expanding zones with in sort of this space that spread out among this metaverse if you will this multi verse in so the edge of your universe is technically the edge of your reality but i i learned this james i don't know if you knew this i learned is like a week ago from a cosmetology colleague of mine that you can have one edge of an expanding universe bump into the edge of another expanding universe that would show up as a circle because he's are expanding bubbles which with two bottles intersect you get a circle and that would show up in sort of the cosmic microwave background flatland this fear coming down as fear had been coming through.

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"aga" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The kids they will behind but i was one of the younger cousins out of the guy ever edgewood the get outta this day i said it a card table at christmas added it does that he actually play cards and as they full of flat against the lights kinda snapin and now they call the flap i don't know if they they they call them card tables for whatever reason i don't know if he's got to do with the size and remain of cardboard untaet could be they were they were properly inexpensive we constructed but the but that's where the kids sat was on that the table and uh and it was always a very special time aground farinelli zeman she would roll out this massive italian dinner followed by the massive uh turkey and match potatoes and stuffing in in all the good stuff and and she did a great stuffing because she would do not panic he kind of we've some of her italian cooking into it so it would be stuffed with the italian sausage and and not italian breadcrumbs so it's like eating the meat ball law inside a turkey whose with that they could slip out on the yeah it was it was user of massively bayne task to cook i have never ever had and and i with all due respect to my friends at vendor and and all the places on the hill i've never ever had ravioli like the homemade ravioli that you make i don't know how she did it but she would stuff it with like a mixture of some sort of meat and spinach and cheese uh and she made her own on which you call at the crossed the dodo the fill of the the outer casing aga's call it of the resume that from scratch and she would rolette out flat and then she had a little thing with the serrated edge on at that would cut the individual raviolis uh and they were just absolutely spectacular in and now with a homemade grubby uh which is also known spaghetti sauce for those of you who are scoring and home uh the italian christmas or italian thanksgiving dinner uh was it was basically to complete dinners.

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"aga" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"aga" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Um the aga garden commercial arguing garden commercial year and that all of guard commercial nice to be nice to meet you it is it's horrible right it's horribly awkward you need to explain your resume you need to explain your imd midor stranger at the airport thank you for plugging mdb but yes the internet internet movie database is your friend but what's funny is that i i get very selfconscious about doing that because i i i don't know what people watch and then this has happened before where i've run down things and then the person has said no we went to high school together and that was someone that i went to high school and that look like a hollywood and that's exactly what you looking like they're through no fault of your on your just having a drink at the bar i'm just a guy at the bar and now i'm a hollywood rob my father wants a crack at you're you're ready for the tough questions sir bring it on i'm ready let's go puppy what do you got for rupp what what is it most romantic thing you have ever they'll for your wife holly oh boy that is a tough question the most romantic thing i've ever done well we were married about two years ago and we were married by henry winkler you may know him as the farms and he he he was on a tv show with me called children's hospital and is a dear friend of ours and so henry actually married us he became a certified rabbi or priest i'm not sure i didn't ask any questions i am assuming this was all legal but it was a beautiful ceremony that a henry wink or performed in i thought that was very romantic.

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"aga" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"aga" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"aga" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"aga" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Aga is supposed to do something going to break though house ruehe i do a coming out on okay i don't know why use let me know when you're ready whatever it is you tell me and really kate bundle ibraga minutes gave her kelvin map nunes with myself and calvin i met the uh and those at that stadium thing where they're unveiling all un i went to that thing we on the show like what the state of the role he where he looks like of stadiums sixty percent of what the models in the pictures and all that displaces can be amazing insane rain snow have you been jerry's world 'cause i have nuts and driven by but i didn't go in now i've never had a say is that plus it's the stat on steroid yeah what is this i have the you know the big video board that they make a deal out of its this it's this thing it's it's an oculus and it goes it's a it's an oval and you can it's got screens on both sides in it's the the whole thing is amazing and the pitch if you are a rich person i highly recommend going down there and at least having them sell this thing to what the sorta like like i've only years suites in that he has cells in afghan more anywhere you are in the stadium will such down the show you where you can see in the show you what your sweets gonna look like neurons it's pretty cool uh but i met two of the spanos guy's not not the not dean by anonymous his kid yes on all of amber they gave me an run it they gave me an invoice why do you just want you to pay back just a little bit we'll hit on no we a moment it through our business a union steal from them you stole from jerry i knew he attended head come at you steal from the charters.

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"aga" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:34 min | 4 years ago

"aga" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Three maya fan more music more variety mm it's amazing you the winds of change change in man aga again meghan we'd on of the biggest gathering the government than me is the big just eight it's not his day so did you yes but but but but but but the guy good what in the beginning smurfs yes meghan trainor the government underneath the and then good the do just look here's so did you his day he is but but but first that's good the the stain this yeah yes that is his is the mm sixty minutes nonstop an 104 three by fm the upi trump in oh man god you i'll never be yes his two.

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"aga" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"aga" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Gough is kind of vinet in that mold as well is it like that's aga tore 94 they could make reasonably hard to the point where you didn't outplay it right he got used to it but since then through playstation now we're up to what ps four they've never figured out a way to make those games realistically hard in a way that you can keep playing them without getting but there there is a reason why that is like you can't you can't go and easily play like high quality basketball i say i understand the relay rider stand the reason all they can do in the gulf games is make the courses longer or the wind stronger it was a it was also just like if you've twenty dollars and immunity nearby you can go very bad cough live vat live you don't even in the video right you don't need that that's your time for for great rightly fair enough fair now it's wishful film it via fair enough all right so anything so dreamcast for me talk about leverage at loves bart's for true tennis was a perfect gained out backing up i would put that game probably my top five it was and i didn't even older dreamcast but i played it on friends and there's the secret nobody actually own drink pal i did you send a bad one i think it might air so we treat the dream past anti buying lilla or we have to purchases that left somebody at at toys r us saying us not been sitting there for the half months are saying we didn't even have to put it in the in the pile of of.

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"aga" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"aga" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"The number one hit music station in any one three five two super download listen winning now 35 queues of in boise tonkov nice laden fun it's an pass you by the winds of change change mind aga again as soon meghan lied on of the state budget government and in the eyes you the this aid it's the crash his day so bad did you oh yes but but but but both that's but no no the man the man being gone smith this.

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