20 Burst results for "Alaric"

"alaric" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

Ante Up Poker Magazine

05:15 min | 3 weeks ago

"alaric" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

"Do call and he says again something on something of alaric lark boso very deep. That my car's physician have some possibilities and we're heads up. He says the small blind is sitting on a stack of over eight hundreds. We has covered He seems to have been the table. Bully before i showed up. He's in a lot of pots. I'm taking him down times the session. Already woman to the media left of me and i left the woman to the media left of me left and i took her seat so that anyone sitting down on my rate just after that the player now might left leaves and the small blind player took that seat and it might have been for other reasons but have been abandoned. Get position on me or the two big stacks that table now. Accordingly since that move. I've been playing more conservative in happens almost a car and as it happens almost card debt. He seems tricky. Incompetent calls a lot of raises. Not afraid to get it in there and mix it up all right so yeah so we can definitely stack this guy but it's going to be harder to play against him because he he's not gonna go away easily right so get your formal more cautious mall blind as raising with his aces their kings there. You'll be able to push that hampered easy. This guy is going to be harder to push off. So we're gonna need some help from the gods. I think here to when this. I'd like to assure listeners that that is not scott's heart racing in the background. That's his phone vibrating. That he's been doing for the last fifteen years on the show vibrating on his desk rather than just putting in his pocket so we couldn't hear it a feel it. It's okay editing. The show of ten years you know again here. That's the voicemail. Now speak resume. His voice was really important. The flop twenty eight dollars and remember heads. The flop o'clock five hearts trae diamonds..

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"alaric" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"alaric" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"alaric" Discussed on V103

V103

03:05 min | 7 months ago

"alaric" Discussed on V103

"Don't you look in the house. You know, we treat you tripping like that. Guess what a man I was gonna tell you. This. What? Me and your mama kicking it. My mama. Dad? Yeah. Okay, I got one. I got one. All right. Hey, I had a bottle in the refrigerator night Had the word T on it does with the old tea bottle, but That was a urine specimen. I poked me. Take this doctor. Okay, this show. It's so stupid, huh? Hey, I know you, uh, you asked me brain and Guido. I'm a grass ski. I just want you to know. Um I just went to the bathroom. I got it out for you. Listen, you smoked it already. What? I love it, man. I love it by E. A man. Your roommate's sitting up there. Hey, did man look, I know you're gonna trip Came over here, man. He cut the gas off today. So I saw your car. What brings you joy Get miss so much damn cop. Oh, stupid way. Bigness. Bigness. Oh, my God. Hey, man on man on then. Come on. What? Tripping get all crazy Because I know how you are. OK, you do, you know? Yeah. That scratching on Saturday your car. Yeah, well, it's got a dent right there. Now. Where you You know that scratching posts, are you? Yes, I did, Didn't I? Eh? Never, dear. I thought you said it was like I was your cup. Doesn't actually That's not your proof. Okay, now I was widowed. But are you saying that your wife you gotta make up your mind, man? Okay, You're hurt. Alaric? Yes. Yeah, it out. Hey, man, Uh, please came over here to talk to me today. I I don't know what else to say. I just told him to call you. Oh, wait. Gotta go. Crazy.

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"alaric" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

04:49 min | 9 months ago

"alaric" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"That's a big name to live up to your kid to live up to Kobe. Yeah, Yeah, But what if you're just, you know Joseph, You can't be a suck in Kobe. You can't You can't suck it life and be named Kobe. Like also, you know, everyone South Kobe when they shoot a basket, so like they can't be like Kobe got another date. Look at me that way. Go. Song's over when I was listening, but I was actually enjoying the music and I was listening to the song and I'm like, Look up in the 00 seconds left everybody. That's Ah, no, no, it was actually listening to this song like, Yeah, you know what I mean? Is Two things. First of all. Usually we turn the music down and we talk about stuff in here. The second thing is, if you ask me with the lyrics to any of these songs where I couldn't tell you, none of them. I don't know any of them. Well, no, I didn't. I didn't hear the whole thing is in the song ended, And then I looked up and going. Oh, it's It was a hard stuff. It's time for us to speak. Really quiet. Yeah, No, it did. And that peddler and then I looked down at the buttons like Oh, I should push one of these. No, I like the new Oriana song. I like that song. I like the BTS song. I like a lot of so I like a lot of songs and I love playing a lot of good songs. You've got a list of things. If you ask me somebody yesterday was in the DMZ going, Hey, you guys should play finished lyric again. We used to play finished Alaric, which was the metal didi, the probably the most basic bit we've ever come up with ever And yet people are now asking for it again. It's like, what's your favorite flavor of ice cream? And people call for three hours because it's inclusive way, So we sit around for days and come up with ideas. And then we do once you're Favorite flavor of ice cream and the photos upbringing for four days. Your name? Yeah, so whatever, anyway, so But if I were to play that game with songs that I have heard a million times, I wouldn't win. Lose miserably because you're a man. Women Listen to words. And the men Listen to the melody. Yeah, that was one of the first things I learned the beat. Yeah, You know, the first thing I learned in the music director world back when I was When I got to pick the songs and put it in the computer power, I was in a mood and that's what they used to say, is that women listen to the lyrics and man, Listen, said, like the melody and the Beat, And So we were supposed.

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"alaric" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

03:46 min | 11 months ago

"alaric" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"Hello everyone and welcome back. We're now wrapping up this episode so far about Vampires where wills mile. So. So far we have been talking about my fan theory about the originals the. Before the break and you're are comparing it to true blood as well as vampire dairies, and now the Mon you been waiting for a teaser trailer of. Done. So legacies basically is the spin off of the originals and originals spin off a vampire diaries. In the legacies this is literally all about hope. Sin, and of course, the two sisters of the of the Jim Nightclub in. which is Joe and Liz, and they're action the doors of Alaric Saltzman. Alaric Saltzman is also very big character in the vampire diaries world he is I the history teacher of Elena of Jeremy Bondi. Again Bonnie is also another powerful which and as also Caroline Caroline and Bonnie are the best friends of Lena Gilbert. And Caroline leader becomes a vampire but of course, Bonnie sees which in a moment she's also. was looking for. She was basically the those the wall that everyone kind of passes through. her being immortal because at a certain point in time, Bonnie does come back from the dead. I think of right term I can't think of it now but. Basically. She was the bridge between supernatural beings and the other side. So. Basically again, the originals as I said. In this particular show, the spinoff. Now the Salvatore Brothers David of course ends up with own Lena and Stephan. You have to watch the final happens to him but their house was actually. Taken over by a large, not really taken over kind of given to Alaric and Carolina, where they started building a school a school. For the kids for people like their kids other supernatural beings that basically have no place in the world either because their parents just didn't want them anymore or maybe just a way for them to kind of learn who the accepted also at the same time learn how to live civil in the real world. And it again, it started off because of the two twin sisters to witches, which by the way were used for a lot of the different spells in vampire. Diaries factor from the Jim. Knight nightclub in and they're twins and also from the originals. At a certain point in time I believe they were used to take out this very witchy spell off of Klaus said that we he can die. And then again like I said, they're mentioned, of course, many times because they're on the show for the legacies. So the characters are hope Josie Liz alaric in Milton Rafael, Caitlyn, Sebastian, and many more. Also Jeremy. Jerry Gilbert. He actually makes a parents a couple of times on the legacy show and Matt also makes parents Bush was also one of Lena's ex boyfriends in highschool before she even got mixed up. Then Pires and where wolves and supernatural beings before they even knew what was going on really in mystic falls..

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"alaric" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:21 min | 11 months ago

"alaric" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Understand that the Romans. Kill, kill Jesus and not the Jews not the Jews. Be Right back with Douglas, point and our Alec the barbarian. Back, we're talking about Alaric, the Goth, and now I have another question because I've seen a few movies where pontius pilot shows A. Couple of times see movies with him. He says something in a said this way Bring me the King of the Jews that I might meet him. Departures pilot talk that way it was very. stilted. Yeah. Everything that we know from Jesus's death. An execution comes to US secondhand in through the bias of people who believed in him notwithstanding my twenty one years of Catholic education. I tend to kind of take a little bit more of a historical appreciation for some of these things now and I mean it's very unlikely that he even. Probably could have picked. You know Jesus out of a lineup as it were simply because when you when you hear news of Rabble Rouser, you hear news of someone kind of stirring up commotion in the Temple or in in your territory, you simply just round everyone up and hers by them. So these elaborate set pieces, these elaborate scenes of dramatic playacting as it were I, just think you have to be really suspicious about any of it all you gotta take license you gotTa make the movie interesting. Yeah I know that now but that brings me to okay. That's the beginning of Christianity. So that was a big deal and and Christianity was outlawed. In the holy Roman empire wasn't holy. The Roman Empire, and then then it became mandatory at a certain point right and switched back to not. So again, things are in flux during this period and of course Jesus was I think he was born zero ad. If. You ask the Medieval monks they they made sure to to reorient the calendar to restart everything zero. If you ask the scholars, they would probably say the time telling off and we probably would say four BC. It's almost kind of ridiculous Jesus was born before Jesus was born but that's kind of the way the calendar has gotten out of sync. From over the course of a thousand. Four. When zero happened but okay, correct he was born BC. So before Christ. He was born, right okay. So that can that that's enough for an entire podcast, but let's not do that. Okay. So the point is that things change and? One point being Christian was like outlawed, and by the way you're talking about Pontius pilot Chris fine people. Reading your book I was just impressed at how frigging? Brutal. and. Violent..

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"alaric" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"alaric" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"Understand that the Romans. Kill, kill Jesus and not the Jews not the Jews. Be Right back with Douglas, point and our Alec the barbarian. Back, we're talking about Alaric, the Goth, and now I have another question because I've seen a few movies where pontius pilot shows A. Couple of times see movies with him. He says something in a said this way Bring me the King of the Jews that I might meet him. Departures pilot talk that way it was very. stilted. Yeah. Everything that we know from Jesus's death. An execution comes to US secondhand in through the bias of people who believed in him notwithstanding my twenty one years of Catholic education. I tend to kind of take a little bit more of a historical appreciation for some of these things now and I mean it's very unlikely that he even. Probably could have picked. You know Jesus out of a lineup as it were simply because when you when you hear news of Rabble Rouser, you hear news of someone kind of stirring up commotion in the Temple or in in your territory, you simply just round everyone up and hers by them. So these elaborate set pieces, these elaborate scenes of dramatic playacting as it were I, just think you have to be really suspicious about any of it all you gotta take license you gotTa make the movie interesting. Yeah I know that now but that brings me to okay. That's the beginning of Christianity. So that was a big deal and and Christianity was outlawed. In the holy Roman empire wasn't holy. The Roman Empire, and then then it became mandatory at a certain point right and switched back to not. So again, things are in flux during this period and of course Jesus was I think he was born zero ad. If. You ask the Medieval monks they they made sure to to reorient the calendar to restart everything zero. If you ask the scholars, they would probably say the time telling off and we probably would say four BC. It's almost kind of ridiculous Jesus was born before Jesus was born but that's kind of the way the calendar has gotten out of sync. From over the course of a thousand. Four. When zero happened but okay, correct he was born BC. So before Christ. He was born, right okay. So that can that that's enough for an entire podcast, but let's not do that. Okay. So the point is that things change and? One point being Christian was like outlawed, and by the way you're talking about Pontius pilot Chris fine people. Reading your book I was just impressed at how frigging? Brutal. and. Violent..

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"alaric" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

The Al Franken Podcast

02:40 min | 11 months ago

"alaric" Discussed on The Al Franken Podcast

"My pleasure to be on and thank you for your service and thank you for saying what you did in the New Yorker piece I appreciate that. Of. Course I like to get L.. Okay. We'll get back to work to stay safe and don't lose any more legs day. Could lose our great they're easy to reclaim. Okay thank Sammy. Okay think. We'll be right back with Douglas, Boyne, and Alaric, the Goth. I read the book sounds like you did some research for this a little bit for four years. Reason I'm interviewing you now. Is that there are some parallels? albiric is the Guy who led the sack of Rome that's. Sort of the sack. That's right. Yup. The most important sack or the the turning point that was the first sack, right? It was it was the first time in maybe eight hundred years. So not in anyone's immediate memory that the the empire had had seen someone attack its capital city. So really kind of catastrophic moment. And then after that, Rome was kind of never the same least that part of the empire the that's right. You're or constantinople had a kind of a life after that for a long time there that empire stood for quite a while right? It did the empire in the East is is often kind of held up and cheerlead it as. kind of shining example of how you can continue after a major attack on one half of your of your empire. But I think that's you know it's it's really tricky to try to get any good news out of that. The the empire completely fell apart after Alex attack empire wasn't anywhere nearly as cohesive or united as it was. So the idea that you can look to Constantinople and say, Hey, you know we kept going for as long as we did I have real problems with because you know the in order to get there they basically had to say, well, we're not going to incorporate foreigners we're not going to. Find a way to to build an inclusive empire. So we'll just do our thing and continued to call it ancient Rome and they lasted but I mean it was nowhere near the phenomenon that the Roman empire was before that. Now, you talked about Eight hundred years before our there was maybe another sacking, right? You know what I'm thinking..

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"alaric" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"alaric" Discussed on Car Talk

"Clarification alaric. Here it is a group of explorers and other wackos trapped in Alaska of winter season and stuck in the ice and snow. They had only one means of getting anybody out of the before the spring thaw they had in their possession one of these old World War Two airplanes. You know the ones would skis. Yeah could carry two people a pilot passenger in the event of an emergency anyway. The plane had a placard on the instrument panel that said in bold red letters. Do not attempt to start engine with oil temperature below minus forty degrees Fahrenheit that I mentioned it was cold during Alaska. It's cold it was three pairs of Bronco Gerski long underwear cold. Well you know it. A medical emergency arose a severe him. Ruutel Flare Up. I think a member of the party had to be flown to anchorage for an emergency sits back but when the pilot check the oil temperature gauge he discovered it was broken. It gave him no information about the oil temperature so he decided to check the outside temperature but as luck would have it this being an international team of explorers and whatnot and Wackos. All of the thermometers were in Centigrade. An nobody not a single soul could remember the formula for converting Centigrade two Fahrenheit. She's well finally crossing. The mechanic comes forward. He'd been carefully looking over the engine for the last couple of days. Perhaps to make zone own escape anyway he emerges from get this. The inky shadows of the dimly lit quotes in the others. Ask Do you all the formulas for converting Centigrade two Fahrenheit. He says I don't know or need no stinking formulas but I know you can start the engine. It will be all right and they say okay. Dokey and sure enough. They.

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Ban of "thin blue line" flag at police station sparks uproar

Toby and Chilli

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Ban of "thin blue line" flag at police station sparks uproar

"Officials in Maryland are feuding over demands that a blue lives matter flag be removed from a Montgomery County police station so last week like every county police they posted a picture to social media showing officers posing with the thin blue line American flag which was a gift from a German town residents the executive mark Alaric ordered the flag be removed saying it's very divisive Maryland governor Larry Hogan then fired back saying he's offended and disgusted that Alaric has prohibited please from

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New Media, Old Story

The Secret History of the Future

08:59 min | 2 years ago

New Media, Old Story

"Seth did do you have a home page on the internet back in the nineteen nineties and the days before facebook and twitter sometime in the mid to late nineties. I used one of those free services that let you you make a page and kinda messed around with it for a while but didn't get too far. One of those things i tripos g._m._c. diesel exactly yes so in the one thousand nine hundred and you may actually have i've had some embarrassing page now lost to the you know the archives of the internet <hes> with like flashing text and <hes> you know the number of people in aliens who've seen this page like a page h. Counter horrible animated icons the whole shebang. I had some free web space that came with my internet account so i made some pages as well and i remember every time. A new version of netscape came out because that was like the best web browser new h._t._m._l. Codes and it could do things if you learn how to use those codes happy times james. It all looks so cheesy now but at the time it was really exhilarating success. Let me describe a situation to you. An exciting new medium has emerged changed around the turn of a new century is open to anyone. If you have the right equipment though you do have to learn a strange code so initially it's the more techie types you get involved you could encounter uh-huh wide range of voices and a great sense of media being democratized and there's a strong feeling of community in a sense that something new and important is being forged something that's it's about change the world and their arguments about regulation and clashes with authority as the rest of the world gradually wakes up to what's happening and as the number of uses grows these companies move in and everyone begins to ask how can you make money from this and sunny their ads everywhere and a handful of big companies in two in particular of ended up in dominant the positions so it sounds like you're talking about the early consumer internet and the freedom and exhilaration of the people who are on the internet and those days and then it all gets swallowed up by google and facebook well no. I wasn't talking about the internet in the early twentieth century. I was talking about a different medium in the early twentieth century radio which which ended up being dominated by c._b._s. and n._b._c. So what i want to know is how come these two very different technologies at two very different times in history evolved along such similar lines and what can that tell us about the media of tomorrow from only economist. I'm tom stanage and from sleet. I'm seth stevenson. Welcome to the secret history of the future. The story of radio starts with a young man whose boyhood hobby led to fame and fortune guglielmo marconi kony born into a wealthy family. Italy marconi was educated by private tutors and in his teenage years he was taught by professor at nearby bologna university and he taught marconi about invisible electromagnetic waves what we now call radio waves which have been discovered a few years earlier by german scientist called heinrich hits which is why the frequency of radio waves and other kinds of ways is today measured in hertz kilohertz megahertz and so on so hurts shown that these invisible radio waves existed date and he measured their properties but when someone austin bought they could be used for he said nothing and he said they were of no use whatsoever other people though including marconi saw the potential for for using them for long distance communication and in the summer of eighteen ninety four marconi embarked on a series of experiments at his parents house in which he gradually improved hurts his original experimental apparatus one night in december that year marconi invited his mother into his attic workshop to show her the results pressing a switch caused lost a bell to ring in an adjoining room about thirty feet away without the use of any connecting wires instead marconi had used a radio signal to trigger the bell over the following months marconi gradually extended the range of his equipment by refining its design and using bigger and bigger antennas. He'd soon moved the receiver outdoors into the garden. Where it was manned by his older brother alphonso he would wave a flag to indicate that he received a signal by the end of the day marconi could send radio signals more than a mile and affonso had to fire alaric gun to acknowledge successful reception. It's worth pointing out that marconi's radio could not transmit sound at this point all it could do send an owner of signal signal but that was enough in conjunction with morse code that was used on wad telegraph systems to send messages. The italian authorities were unimpressed convention so marconi went to london where he demonstrated to the british government while in britain he sent morse code messages several miles over both land and water marconi kony sent messages across the english channel eighty ninety nine and in one thousand nine hundred one. He sends signals across the atlantic. This was an impressive achievement but the most immediate practical practical use for the technology was for ship to shore and ship to ship communication rather than long distance international telegraphy which was already possible because of undersea cables dell's the marconi wireless telegraph company was soon the main provider of wireless equipment and services to both commercial and military shipping making mall company having a wealthy and famous man but the new technology also attracted the interest of hobbyists and experimenters wanted to try it for themselves particularly in the united united states where there were no restrictions on the use of wireless equipment. They weren't interested in the commercial or military uses of radio. They just wanted to have fun <music> so he began to get these little fraternities of ham operators who built their own sats and communicated with each other and and it was a very bottom up democratic system that was really quite at odds with marconi had in mind. This is susan douglas. She's a professor of communication studies at the university university of michigan. It was also way to find community. Just like you know happens on the internet today to find a community of like minded young men and boys and it it's mostly young men and boys who had the same technological interest but they also talked about sports scores and their math homework and all kinds of stuff and this was again very much at odds with how marconi in the navy wanted to use wireless and by nineteen ten it was the hams who dominated the airwaves in the united states the majority of radio stations at the time or capable of both sending and receiving though the sending range was usually much smaller than the receiving range it was a vast conversation in morse code over the airwaves open to anyone who wanted to join in tinkering with radios was promoted did a wholesome and futuristic activity for boys in particular by hugo guns back the founder of a company that started selling radio kits in one thousand nine hundred five. They've eight dollars fifty and that's equivalent to about two hundred fifty dollars today which is about what it costs to buy a video game console in an essay published in his firm sales sales catalogue guns back tried to reassure parents who might be worried about their child's interest in this strange new hobie. He argued that it was a great investment because experimenting with radio equipment would keep young boys at home away from bad influences and out of trouble that are still gerns back argued. It was a hobby hobby that would position a boy well for the future electricity and wireless or the coming undreamed of world moving forces. Don't kill the electric spark in your boy. It costs little to keep it going and some day it will pay you and your boy handsome dividends and it was nearly all boys most of the media coverage most of what you read is in fact about boys and young men. That's the group for whom technological tinkering was accepted and promoted girls. Were not supposed to be technologically. The logically <hes> experimenting or literate girls were supposed to play the piano and be lady like ineffective. These radio sets turned each city into a giant chat room home. What do you need it to join in was radio if your friend had one and showed it to you you want to in october nineteen eight electrician and mechanic magazine reported halted that wireless telegraph mania had broken out among the young men of baltimore by nineteen ten. There were hundreds of radio enthusiasts in new york and nearly a thousand in chicago by nineteen twelve back. Put the number of wireless experimenters amateurs across the united states at four hundred thousand so is it fair to say that radio yeah. This period is really a social medium absolutely it was also came to be a relatively insubordinate medium as well because the hams some of them were pretty mischievous so there was a lot of mischief and technological insurgency around this period area. This is like nineteen ten to nineteen twelve based on the kind of anti authoritarian anti establishment ethos among some of the hams

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"alaric" Discussed on Techdirt

Techdirt

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"alaric" Discussed on Techdirt

"This this feels like an approach towards establishing like my authority or exactly but your personal thirty right which is different than trying to establish something that is an absolute rod you know absolute in china reading in reading on us tweet lend musk's tweet i don't necessarily think that he would be against an a personalized approach sure towards truth innis or or thirty or credibility i well i mean we still have to wait and see what what pravda actually is i mean i don't think he but right this is like a tweet and alaric and he jumped name because probably there was taken right so became propped up but yeah the uh as opposed to da but yeah but again you go back to the reason why he decided to do this in the first place right there's nothing in nussle that would lead you know that doesn't get the result that musk want right musk musk wants to shame journalists who he feels are covering the story improperly right and nuzzle type setup doesn't do that the why wouldn't it why wouldn't another like the setup because because there's nothing what what musk is after i miss i'm missing this because i feel like nozzle does approach some sort of credibility rating if you know several of my trusted peers comment that the story that must must goes countering was also kind of questionable in its in its credibility then i think magic is making these option that that you are that that i that the reporter is not making a fake story and second that your circle is is not going to be biased rate or is going to essentially be truth e themselves right so i think that this i think will work well if you have a good rational fairminded set of social connections but if you happen to be sort of in a group that's you know info war supporters for example right like that adjust have a certain skew in the way they view things then then it's just going to propagate the your skew say that's i mean that that's a different argument which is that the internet you know as an echo chamber of your own views right so.

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"alaric" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"alaric" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

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"alaric" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"alaric" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

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"alaric" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alaric" Discussed on WTMA

"And you have no control really of the data because it's being uploaded and then comes to you slowly as i understand the space network is going to take a long time to download all of your information is it's it's part of the way that we did an inexpensive mission was we had a very low power transmitter and a very small dish antenna on the spacecraft so the bit rates are very low but we have complete control over win the images come back to earth in which ones we program that in and you get that first image and i want to mention alaric antonio who was my program director here before she went to nasa and david wonderfully brings lori and at this moment for that i image what does she see david i didn't know you used to work with laurie that's neat had been we've known that there was this bright area you could see that in hobble but it was fuzzy blob all we knew as one hemisphere had a bright spot we didn't know anything about the shape or what it was and then in this first image you could really start to see the outline and it was laurie who said i doesn't that look like a heart on pluto and then instantly everybody started saying well yeah it does look like it does slightly has a heart and that became heart of the whole public perception of this beautiful planet with a heart and laurie was the first person who said that instead it's a heart the size of the state of.

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The U.S.-China Rivalry Is Just Getting Started

02:19 min | 3 years ago

The U.S.-China Rivalry Is Just Getting Started

"Carol massar and jason kelly on bloomberg radio obviously this is part of a very complex relationship between the united states and china that involves economic issues national security issues and the like of it it's an issue of high concern for china that's been raised with the us with the us government and with our administration at various levels that's deputy white house secretary raj shah speaking this week about president trump's announcement that he's working with chinese president xi to help the quote get back into business vast the chinese company has been crippled by us decision to cut off it's access to key american suppliers that's because it's been accused of making false statements in a sanctions case trump's lifeline disea t illustrates the uncertainty of us authorities about how to deal with china's rising power in technology peter writes this week about the relationship between china and america dubbed china america he joins us now you write about america let's explain exactly what this term means are primarily is a combo of china and america and is a term coined back in two thousand six by the british historian neil ferguson and a german economist mauritshuis alaric to express the idea of the synergy symbiosis between the two giant connie's we had china being high savings and poor us being rich and low savings and finding that they work together kind of china would send it's cheap goods to america creating jobs for millions of chinese lifting them out of poverty meanwhile american got the cheap goods and was able to sell hightech products into chhaya invest and and also get a lot of spend a lot of the us treasury bonds right and in two thousand six this was a very optimistic vision they were cleaning this as something that was very good for the global economy it was it was sorta like necessary and there are problems even back then they were problems because what it did is it actually ended up helping among other things caused the housing crisis because it was the cheap debt that enabled people to buy houses they couldn't afford which led to the housing crash which had global spillover effects but but at the time it was.

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"alaric" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"alaric" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Right now it's thirty two minutes after the hour we almost out of time but we get these questions and we got phone calls the judge in the joe studio y'all we got one of robin's wants to lucius make sure you catch her show tomorrow sundays on solutions on the is three o'clock y'all she's solving problems where make sure check it out out to these phone lines angry care you're locked into the political form with the show how you doing boy judge did up here and let's make a quick we only a little bit of time i got two more years i gotta get to what you got okay listen i just got my kids back from being 'cause i to the male but i feel like i was discriminated against because my girlfriend was white and that was black and they looked at me like i'm a man they have a time job since two thousand eighteen how is she going to prevent corporal she's stop something like that hey you're going in the system all right now we're gonna okay the question that he just asked actually refers to family court my cord is divorce court family court is a court that handles cases between nonmarried parties what he is saying is that apparently there are some issues some things that were said that may or may not be true but that's one of the things that the judges have to wait through we have to get evidence we have to listen to the parties sometimes we have to have a guardian at leiden for the children so there is a lawyer that's there just for the best interest of the children so with all of those parties involved we dig around for the truth ochre care make sure you check out the video we won't post on there you can argue with the family court judge i run who who we gotta mix all right we have the circuit court judge race plays twenty seven amber ladner and a larry pick a running in this race alaric may joins us live in studio once again we did invite all of the judges to participate and alaric is the judge for this the candidate for this race his live in studio.

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"alaric" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"alaric" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

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"alaric" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"alaric" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"Lead i remember that interview remember well remember when you asked me heartbreak allen's what's your upgrade so i have been trying for the past year to be what they call morning person and if you've heard the term that what's up uh well that's when a person just naturally loves the morning alaric embraces a lark whereas i am an owl so i was getting up early every morning to duke sort of my own personal writing to me said some weirdly dirty i don't know currently encourage journal encouraged by current wing mike my heart pages in my call them it wasn't working basically would have what i would write every morning was i'm so tired i'm so tired of god why am i away i hate this hate this life is terrible i'm so tired so i have abandoned this practice and now i've started writing at night i've been not journal and because i did too little crap and all i would write was i'm brought of red i'm so tired of started because this nightime and i'm tired um i'm working on a on a novel and i'm actually like making progress in an attempt to get up before the dawn that's great yes stay up all night and starting to make progress on the novel of really is actually new nicon and also in keeping my daily goals very small to my goal is to rate 100 words today very small him but i usually rate way more than that a her so i actually getting stuff done so if i may add just another psychological perspective we know from signs that the best goals are ones that a moderately difficult we want to be able to achieve them.

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"alaric" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"alaric" Discussed on Channel 33

"In mix them up sins absorbed obscene ah one was the idea to be comedy professionals or is something you are doing his alaric now we are both pretty serious about it the independently in than we met more like oh of adults and we can do this together truly was like grad school for me i mean that's i was like i'll be understood classes and do this i when i i moved was like oh maybe i'll be a a comedic actor because i had done sketch an improving kalenjin than i was like no i am i miss it so how do you guys figure out you're going to be commie partners i'm always interested figure out like what what arranged marriage late yet the us lober a vote on his together have you to are you to our together that no we uh yeah we vote we met in level one and then we were on an impressive team together at the maggotty aitor yes at the magnet theater um and i guess we started making videos yeah i mean essentially what happened is we were both taking classes in doing improv and pa got put unlike teams a lot more frequently than i did and so i was like hey you know i don't think that's a filling for head down let's go and make some videos because at the time that yet people are starting to make vis really was like the beginning of the bubble um and i had made some videos in college that were not actually even that comedic to be honest but um i i felt that it was an it was the right time the right place to be to be making videos and so i know also we are spending so much time together that point that we'd start to just like have ideas for staff we'd start making things and then all of a sudden you know even if it was just like a thousand views it made so much more sense to make one video for thousand views than try to fill a 100seat theater ten times so it just kinda made more sense on a numbers.

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