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Iowa caucuses: Buttigieg and Sanders in airtight race for the lead
"So partial results as we as we record this from the Iowa Democratic Caucus just released Tuesday afternoon after Monday. Night's delay have Pete Buddha judge and Bernie Sanders in the lead former South Bend. Indiana mayor people to judge was in the lead with twenty seven seven percent of delegates and delegates. And say I accept that one lady that was not a fan when he was married to a man in third and fourth respectively are Elizabeth. Warren eighteen percent and Uncle Joe Man Sixteen sixteen percent for Joe Biden. The release of the partial count comes after heavy criticism of course of the vote counting process in the state that forced the Democrats to delay releasing using the results after the caucus. These results are based on sixty two percent of the votes from priests precincts in all the ninety nine states. It'll get easier Also I read that. There's lots of other states that are using this kind of technology like Nevada's next and three weeks like don't worry. We got under control because this APP was a disaster voting seems pretty rudimentary like it seems to this day and age. Figure this one out card in the slot My feeling with the more sort of I think in California you can vote like ten days or the election we also have stuff for like people go door to door and get your vote and bring it in for themselves and then. There's all the controversy about whether it's of oppression of colored people or whatever they're complaining about my feeling assists. Let's just go have a day. You fucking vote on that day or you. Don't vote on that day. It's it's on the calendar. It's almost coming. Do you think that should be a national holiday so awesome. It should be a national holiday or should be able to do a half day or there should be basically rule that says look. I've lived all over the place. I'm not particularly motivated. And there's always a place to vote. It's down at the church. It's down corner parts now that the school to whatever it's all kind of on the way and then people go. What about some of these people live in rural Mississippi and they only have a donkey? Okay the maybe they. They'll vote. We'll get by on it. And then and then they go well. Shouldn't they be allowed to vote. Well here's the thing when you live in the fucking sticks. You don't have access to a costco. A lot of schools. Don't have accents or live in the fucking sticks. That's your your thing. Now there's probably advantages that go along with that and you can kill all the Avon ladies you want to stash them under your port and nobody's wiser Weiser Avon ladies myself but if you're off the grid wouldn't cadillacs line to find more fascinating about this whole thing is just how how much how much weight people put on is there. A state that is less representative of what the Modern Democratic Party is Iowa the whole state of Iowa there are less people than in Los Angeles Orange County one. There's like one black guy in Iowa right isn't that how many who's there the representative of the of the cheap modern Hakka who cares. I don't I'm sorry I don't care what people in Iowa think about. Who should be the next president? Why don't we matter more in in California? We're we're like half the United States is here because we're a bunch of liberal Douche. Nobody cares about us. Well we have a black listeners. A female ALF. We need you to move one so that we can repopulate number one number two. So there's all the controversy make it make it a holiday or half day or whatever again if you if you live on a fan vote on the swamp. That's your fucking business. You may not get to vote on this debt because we're just having a day you show up or if it's important to you park available at that day in in Uber and to extend the and show an ID and if you don't have access on ide- let's work on that too because it's two two thousand twenty everyone needs an ID. You can't travel. You can't have a life. You can't book anything you can't. You can't really pay taxes. You're not on the grid if you don't have an ID you're you don't exist assist in this country in any meaningful way and you can't take and you can't give if you don't have an ID so let's get you an ID. Let's pick a day as making a holiday. Alday go and show your. Id cast vote and that'll be it. We'll be waiting for stuff to come in and all that and look if you happen to be in Hong Kong along and you move there for years ago for business maybe you don't vote for four years that's fine and that's a that's a choice. You made it. That's fine. I'm fine with it. It's a couple of people. Spread spread
Tesla’s market cap has eclipsed that of Ford at its peak
"Now tesla is about two billion dollars away from being worth GM and Ford their market market caps combined. Now let's not enterprise value. That's a different story entirely. But in terms of purely market gap tesla is almost worth. GM and Ford Combined Finally Finally Argus Research the latest go out with a new note today raising its price. Target for Tesla this target five hundred and fifty six dollars. Brian and those numbers on market CAP filler staggering. But you know I think you know this and I know this and our audience probably noses but it bears repeating is that the reason that exis- this is even though GM sales or what six or seven times that of Tesla so is their debt load debt ways down the market cap so it's not a pure. Here's a reflection of of Tesla's value that you've got to sort of subtract all the debt at Ford and GM have and that's why people always say look at the enterprise value you because if you look at an enterprise value. Ford is more valuable than General Motors. And I don't know the exact numbers I I WANNA say like one hundred and thirty two hundred thirty four billion and then you've got all the way down at like eighty eight eighty nine billion somewhere like that But that has been appointed alday might send told he's been talking about this nonetheless I think we're getting to the point Brian where five hundred share is not only a possibility but could happen relatively soon and remember remember when Eline Musk's contract was redone and his compensation package people said you know if he ever gets to a market cap of one hundred billion dollars. I can't remember exactly what his compensation is. But it's a big payday that's not too far fetched. They're only what fourteen billion billion away from that. Yeah and you could take just a tiny sliver that money and go to dancing school the Fred Astaire can't cost that much Filipo thank you very
With Bare-Bones Pricing, Grocer Aldi Attracts Devout Fans
"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From one I'm David Brown. And this is business words daily on this Wednesday may twenty ninth. You know, that weekly grocery shopping, Bill, plus all the little side trips for stuff. I forgotten it really adds up. And so I'm all ears when I hear about ways to shrink it just like most American consumers, but with grocery margins already slammed the opportunities for supermarkets to lower prices are rare. Well, that's a mismatch and business opportunity millions of shoppers looking for deals, but most grocers are loath to cut their profits further, enter the German discount, grocery chain Aldy, which has eighteen hundred stores in America Aldy is so stripped down that it'll cost you twenty five cent deposit to rent a grocery card, and don't even think about having an employee bag your groceries. None on, on, on how you better come prepared to work. Turns out shoppers are willing to put in a little effort and a few quarters to save a buck CNN. Reports that all the is so popular that it has its own fan blog and a Facebook group with get this fifty thousand members why. Because for many price matters more than service, especially if you can get low prices without sacrificing quality. It's a particularly challenging time in the grocery business with Amazon, having bought ho foods, two years ago, some of the challenges inspired by all the itself, which is expanding aggressively in the US over the next year it plans to open one hundred thirty new stores, and they expect to have twenty five hundred stores in America by twenty twenty two which would make it the third largest grocer in the nation right behind WalMart and Kroger. And as it grows all these ability to keep prices, all tr- low, think ninety nine cents for a gallon of milk. It's forcing WalMart to cut its prices. That's saying something in July twenty seventeen a basket of forty common groceries cost about fifty six dollars at Aldy about twelve dollars less. S then at WalMart CNN reports that WalMart has since lowered some of those prices to shrink that competitive gap. So what's a competitor to do? It's not easy to satisfy everybody all the time, WalMart sales jumped higher this quarter is customers embraced online shopping an in store pickup, adding more service in contrast to all these do it yourself economy model and WalMart, along with other major grocers, like Kroger and delays, which owns Hannaford and foodline have one thing going for them. That Alday doesn't choice you see in a typical store all the offers only about fourteen hundred products. Most of them private-label, that's a tiny fraction of the one hundred thousand items on the shelves at a WalMart. Supercenter CNN says sure price matters, and while all the does pose a threat to WalMart. It's hardly busting the mammoth chains business just yet in twenty eighteen all these US sales, topped sixteen billion dollars. It higher than whole foods, but nowhere close to WalMart sales of more than five hundred billion dollars at those volumes. Walmart can afford to cut some prices and bag your groceries for you. Don't you think? From this business wars daily. We'd love to know more about you quick favor. And visit wondering dot com slash survey answered coupla questions would you thanks about I'm David Brown. We'll see. Business worse. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.
"alday" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I will start off. I am hoping for and this isn't the priority. But I am hoping for in two thousand nineteen for the college football playoff to ruin itself and go to eight teams so that every game before that including the championship game. We'll have less importance, and we will already pull the veil back of amateurism and the sham that is the AA at times will pull it back and actually have people start treating these children like real professional athletes, hopefully, providing some more compensation to him I'm hoping that will break the mold so CFP going to eight gangs is all all. Oh, my wishlist. And that's only for the chaos that will ensue afterward. What are you got? Oh my gosh. That is a great one. Why not as good? But I think pretty good a four point line. That's what I want in the NBA teams are practicing with it. Let's institute it the three point line change the game it revolutionized basketball, the four point line can do even more for the league. It could be wonders for can you? Imagine the space that four point live with generate. Sure there will be issues. And I I think I think I think try it out at least in summer league or preseason because to me. Already practicing. What was exactly the way the league is training? Now more and more threes pace in space. This could be the next step of the NBA revolution. It's visions of downtown. Julie Brown taking a ten point in the rock and jock basketball game on MTV back in the days. Give all gimme all of the gimmickry that is needed to. I think the four point line would be an awesome thing. All right. I got another one in the coming year. All right. As a bulls fan. I'm looking for the mom and pop shop that is the Chicago Bulls trip into a number one pick again and get Ziya Williamson, and let them tell you John Paxson, gar form at all have this in their heads, and it was all planned out years ago. So yeah, I'm looking for another another another coach is a thorny to be usurped. I'm looking for more, bad contracts. But also looking forward to sign Williamson and Lowery marketing and the same front court alongside Wendell Carter and figuring this thing out as John Paxson gets another twenty years to try to figure things out after Derrick rose, Lou Alday incurred Connor McCann Bangor. But that is a that is more of a local want. I take I take shots at their their infrastructure, by the way, I also noticed that you omitted Jabari Parker on that list. Yeah. Gotta put with that. Was that on purpose? Or was that I think jabbar's days are numbered. As is. So I don't think he's going to be a part of the two thousand. I don't think he's the two thousand eighteen plants Giordano if he's going to be a part of the two thousand nineteen plans, but those are just those are just hopes those are just sports wishes dreams..
"alday" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Lady, Laura Bush, wiping her eyes with the tissue as her husband took his seat next to her and the other eulogies he and his siblings sharing laughs and talking to one another. The words of the eulogised sparking memories within the family as the nation bids. Farewell to its forty first President George Herbert Walker Bush. Toward the end now of his state funeral. Tell Christ servant with your saints. Where? Neither sign. The last. You only are immortal the creator and maker mankind, and we are mortal formed of the earth and tour, shall we return? I so did your Dane when you created me saying, you are dust and to dust you shall return. All of us go down to the dust jet. Even at the grave. We make our song. Lou Alday, Lou Alday, Lou. And your hands merciful savior? We command your servant, George. Acknowledge we humbly beseech, you sheep of your own fall. A lamb of your own flock a center of your own redeeming. Proceed George into the arms of your mercy into the blessed? Rest of everlasting peace and into the glorious company of the saints in light. A man. Now may the God of peace who brought again from the dead. Our Lord Jesus Christ the great shepherd of the sheep through the blood of the everlasting covenant. Make you perfect to do his will working in you that which is well pleasing in his sight, the blessing of God.
"alday" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Com there and joints back yet with the with a low balancer speaking of load balancing. Thing. If I am on a cloud provider. I can have basically unlimited access to infrastructure. So I can spin up as many services I want. I could just scale to the moon if I'm on on Prem infrastructure there is I mean, well, obviously, even in the cloud. There's limitations there are some fixed number of servers that are sitting in the cloud that I actually have access to, but it feels infinite because it's you know, it's AWS or it's Google cloud or whatever. And it's a lot of resources, but on prim there is some lower bound to how much resource I can consume. What's the process of making sure the developers wants developers have access to the internal cloud? How do you make sure that no developer consumes too much or you don't have a developer and internal developer who d- Daas's, the, you know, the your entire internal cloud. What's the process of regulating? The instance consumption. One view does have role based access security and things can be owned and thanks to his own things can be provisioned at then also worth template architecture. You really can just assign off says to the physical resources and carbon the way like maybe the department level idiots, you assign it different different way. There's that course level of doing it. And then sometimes the person who's actually developing the app is really just on a virtual. Is there containerized layer? Anyway, you could still turn those notes as well. So you kind of have different ways of doing it. But at least as far as the stars, the delegated model in the model within, you know, Monday for the physical resources guy, that's got complete resource pool. Isolation. If you need it in things like delegates here of Alday stocks us in those things. So you can you can manage in either done with over layer or who can use the the other tools that you use to reduce how much you people consuming up next..
"alday" Discussed on Cincy Jungle
"Everyone. How's it going? This Anthony presented with the orange and black insider Bengals podcast once again coming at you in. I a m with my usual co-host, John Sharon, and we have a ton to talk about tonight. And we're gonna get to that John. How you doing have you have you digested everything? How are we even caught up with everything based on? What's happened? This week already discount just gone through the headaches of the heavens. I've calmed down. I guess, but I think I've pissed off a lot of people in the process in to this people. I guess I Bala Giannis. But. Listeners here. They know my view on the the events that transpired, and I guess we're going to divulge into that little deeper tonight. I need to apologize well to you and your listener. Because number one I played a cruel trick on everyone yesterday. And I set the set our live YouTube and Google hangouts at the wrong time, and it made it seem like the show was gonna be yesterday afternoon evening. So I apologize to you. John Alday said there were some people already waiting to to join us. I saw on the live YouTube Chad. So those of you were there. I apologize total brain fart on my end at everything else set up, I think correctly, but one of those weeks where you know, like I said ton of news and a lot to catch up on. I think unfortunately, I just minor oversight on detail there. But hopefully, all of you who try to join. Join us yesterday or joining us tonight. And or will be listening to this show later in the week on the number of platforms on art nineteen on YouTube since he will dot com. Google play. I tunes Institure. I also have to apologize. Another thing. I was running a late this week to get us started were about I think ten minutes behind when we normally start in. That is my fault. I apologize. I kind of had a it'll John I had a family day at the most Milad to save their name on on a publication or a on the radio waves, but I was at the happiest place on earth. Today. We did a family day the one the west coast. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. West coast one that the the southeast one. I was there took my son for the first time there and did some things. So it was pretty fun. Of course to those of you who know anything about seven, California, we ran into traffic on the way home and took longer than expected, but hustle. Back or bring you the show regardless because as we said earlier gigantic week for the Cincinnati Bengals, I guess we can start with. The the bad or the?.
"alday" Discussed on WEEI
"And Chris sale and David price all told Alex you I'll pitch I'll pitch today the same day. I think that really shows you guys are willing to do whatever. And obviously inspired by what Nathan have all Alday. Did you get a little emotional about it? Yeah. Absolutely. I think what Nathan did was absolutely incredible incredible and unprecedented. I mean, I've never seen a guy throw three days in a row and throw one hundred pitches on their third day pitch, and that was absolute hard gods. What he did? Even though we lost that game. All right. He went out there and he reached down. Somewhere that. Guys can reach down deep do. This is really, you know, I've been around for for these this might be the most emotional even even with two thousand four because I think the players on this team. I just so lovable and the way they relate with one another. I hope the fans. Yeah. I know we feel that way. Extremely galvanized group. Pleasure and honor to be with these guys. Coach. Well, we'll let you get back at it. They've taken the party out to the hallway where we are. So quick, congratulations. Right. Rick Porcelli joining us here is the players have. Taking the party ought to kind of where we are where we are is in a hallway just outside the clubhouse. And then there's the players dining room, and they've kind of moved in there. And brought the speakers in there. These guys are having a. Incredible timing here. Let's go back to.
"alday" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"What you got now. Eddie. And I'm always I always enjoy Alday the the being right? I do that was common fallacy logic. You know, if you look at it. It's more government or less government should be the line that we're on an anarchist. Should be one side communist should be the other libertarian somewhere in the middle. Right. And what is is? He didn't want to acknowledge the hard left turn that the Democratic Party and its leadership is making it's real and he points out that, hey, not all of us feel like that. And I I believe that. But where are the moderate Democrats? She just don't see him out of your embrace anti which is an irony in itself. Most fastest thing going on right now. They can't listen to anything. Anyone have to stop it out and freedom of speech. Yeah. I mean, and that's what you get from the laughter. Those generalizations and not an acknowledgement that. They'd gone so far left many people feel that they left the mainstream, and they may or may not we'll see suffer the consequences of it at the ballot. There's some sense out there. But I'm actually I listened to your mercy Saturdays and during the show typically working and listening to the radio, man. I appreciate it. Thank you so much for your call. Let me hear from Dennis in bridged up. Dennis. What you got say..
"alday" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"One thousand and the ESPN app, and by the way, if it's Thursday. It'll be throwback Thursday. We I'll leave it up to you. Eric in Felix to come up with the topic for a throwback Thursday. Have not come up. Tonight. Okay. Throwback Thursday tomorrow and our nine o'clock hour here on ESPN one thousand the ESPN app. Plenty was on the show. What else is on the show? Tomorrow felix? We will have LeRoy Butler. Geez. Ryan McGee Butler is going to be on the program. Former Packer LeRoy, you said. Also, leroy. Yes, he got the apostrophe. Once he got ring. What happened? That's exactly what happened there. Okay. So trash-talking ROY Butler will be on the program and good ole boy Ryan McGee who's supposed to be in the Goodyear blimp. Whatever the sponsorship used to be the here's here's the thing. It's interesting thing about marketing, I say the Goodyear blimp. It could have been sponsored by anybody. But that's what I remember the blimp is always like. Right. Me is Goodyear blimp. In my mind, basically, what is the what is the thing that you put on your finger when you cut your finger. It's a banded. But it's not really, right. What do you use? When you wanna blow your nose a Kleenex? Exactly. But not really not a tissue. Right. See that's the thing. See I never thought of that before. I like we're just called the brand name. I don't even know what that blimp was sponsored by but my my point was going to be that Ryan McGee and. And the guy looked Smith Marty Smith, I was gonna say the guy looks like black. The guy that looks like black. Yes. So it's it's right. A country. Chris black Ryan McGee. There was supposed to be in the Goodyear blimp in Monday night's game. Maybe because of the rain they couldn't go up in the blimp. So he'll tell that story. I'm sure tomorrow and giving starts about storylines the week number two college football right here on ESPN one thousand the ESPN app with me on under the hood. So. Even though as September fifth. There's always stories in the NBA as a matter of fact, I will be doing an MBA showed until they buddy be on MBA radio tomorrow with Tim Legler from twelve to three central right here on ESPN all right here on Sirius XM radio tomorrow. Felix will be listening because he will screen shot his car, you'll say, hey. He'll say I'm listening, and then I go importing, and he gets receipts on it too. Takes the picture. So he knows yes. I'll be on tomorrow. Similar so one of the things I will talk to him about them. And I'll tell you because I love you guys is the story about Lou Alday Lou all day. I'll wait until he's retired and tell some of these stories, I know off the record by Lou all day. But I will say that that Lou all dang has found a way not to work but get paid a ton. So from our friend Shamsher Rania free agent lauding will meet with the Minnesota Timberwolves within the next week as sides discuss a potential deal. Does he still play basketball after sitting on his ass for last couple of seasons with the Lakers? Does he want to go up and down the court and practice with Ted's yelling at him again? Ruined him. Once I will give him credit because whoa, JR. In Ramona had this on ESPN dot com. And as right Hans calls her Momo Ramona Shelburne. Lou all ding agreed to a significant give back of seven point five million dollar deal in his contract in by with the Lakers. Clearing three million dollars of salary cap space for the twenty one thousand nine hundred agency the Lakers can now offer free agent star a maximum contract in July to partner with LeBron James the Lakers are targeting the top players, of course, at twenty nineteen before it gets the bulls just point this out so lauding gives back some point five million. That's ridiculous. What did Magic Johnson tell you in that meeting? I mean, I mean you to give back seven point five million dollars. I think I'd only do that. If magic promise never to tweet again. The only time the stretch provision projects. Ding to impact the Lakers salary cap at four point nine nine million a year from nineteen to twenty two twenty two twenty one. But the point is dang signed a four year seventy two million dollar contract free agency deal. And I know you guys can't remember my shelves from four years ago. But I will tell you at the time. I said why the Lakers signing two and be MAs Goff, and Lou all dang too big deals if you're trying to re- reset kind of like with the bulls doing now. Like, why are you signing big-money if you're not really going for anyway? So the Lakers bench dang for all. But one game this past season. But he made a ton. But he gave back some point five billion dollars of his contract in the buyout. Okay. And as as I mentioned as I was getting to the Lakers have this two year plan. The first plan was to get LeBron James don't worry about these one year contract. All these other guys. That's not best is important because it's not really about. The Lakers will make an interesting with the Lakers are not going to be in the finals next year. They're not going to be probably not even in the semifinals. I see them one and out if anything else fifty plus wins. But that's about it. So but they're looking at clearly quite Leonard. Kevin durant? Klay Thompson Jimmy Butler. That's what they're looking forward to for free NC in two thousand nineteen by Lou Alday things that helped him out because he gave back seven point five million dollars. The poll at ESPN one thousand if you Lou Alday giveaways, you give back seven point five million dollars. Even though you've only play one game with the Lakers last year. Gonna hook them up with a one year seven point five million dollars. You'll see actually you know, what Eric before you hit send on that two options. One put on the poll at ESPN one thousand what's more. What is more outrageous? Or whatever. However, you want to phrase that luol dang may play with the timber wolves or giving way seven point five million dollars the Lakers. What's this? What's the most surprising story? I guess between the two right? The most surprising story him wanting to get through go through that hell again with Tim tebow or giving away seven point five million dollars would actually I would say that. He'll giving back seven point five million dollars in. We really didn't play is not surprising him wanting to deal with this again. I mean, I know he's one of the players that thanks for his career and what he became. But like he has no legs laugh because timid ran him ragged, and he's going to go back up there again and be in the middle of this young guy timid oh guy locker room the timber bowls. Guess jonathan. You know, what I also love our bulls. Buzz open has every single player that's on the timber wolves right now. The old the dust off the old album. Similar was come to town baby all their highlights if you pull that out. I'd like to hear that just a dusted off get ready for the season..
"alday" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Oh, right. Back to the GMC sports podcast. We spent that I talk about later on Bill still has showed up from him a much showing up till absolutely have to. I don't lose all kinds of money. But we'll see what ends up happening with him. That second segment we talked MLB talked about the Mariners getting into a fight with the Mariners got into a fight with themselves before their game with the loyals ended up losing that game with the Orioles. Also five three. So I mean, teams completely done. You can ride a off because some good. Bye. Mariners fans who thought you had a shot of making the playoffs early on the season. That was never the case. Well, move on. It is what it is. Now we move onto the NBA and. Here's been rumors going on that the timber wolves could be bringing on Lou all dank. Tom typical man might be a great assistant, but as far as being a head coach, it just hasn't worked out. And. I mean, you look at the way he rents things that guy plays his starters about forty plus minutes game. Who else in the league does that. Not one. I mean, I don't understand is it because he can't develop bench talent because if he can't, he's not a great coach. And I think that's what it is Tom too, but it was not a great coach, Tom, it might be the Hugh Jackson of the NBA great assistant, but you give them the keys to the building? Yeah, it's not gonna work out. So, well, Hugh Jackson, obviously lost a whole lot more than tem. Tom typical has when you put things in a relative perspective. But I mean, Tim is not a good high coach. That's all it is right here. The fact that I'm even seeing that they're interested in bringing on Lou Alday what world is Lou Alday team. Honestly, the guy has spent the last few years on the edge with the Lakers. I mean, Dan gave the Lakers money for him just to get going. Lena. Lou all dang stats. Courtesy of basketball reference are mean he joined the Lakers bragging two thousand sixteen started forty nine games. They're average seven point, two game last didn't even play. They're gonna time with Miami. He averaged fourteen points, fourteen twelve into fifteen all day washed up. I mean congrats on him for getting that big contract with the Lakers that dude gonna be getting paid for the next few years by that team. But if I'm looking at it, I mean, what on earth does while do all day bring to the temples? In what way does he help them get closer to the wars?.
"alday" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"But i think that it's really important to understand the full picture and to kind of know how to fix our body so that being said win we're producing milk we don't produce as much estrogen okay when we don't produce estrogen two main things happen to our public floor number one we don't produce as much moisture's say you dry up dry up dry up and number two the muscles actually atrophy they start to thin guess what guys menopause vagina falls out no that's a totally different issue and if you're wondering why i have a rubber chicken next to me i wish we should take a picture so everyone will leave it out of counter everyone was like hey why does she have it'll be in our instagram video not prolapse when you're no the gene falls out no well so we'll get to that but what was i saying you telling me about breastfeeding oh wait so so that is actually what happens permanently when we're going through menopause are estrogen declines our muscles thin out they have less tone and they're dryer okay so as a nursing mom it's temporary but it's a window into okay so what happens sex different and my less comfortable so this is an opportunity to really kind of pay it forward and no okay so what are some things i can do how could i make it better and more comfortable so that years down the road it is still comfortable because i i don't know what you guys but i want an active sex life when i'm in my sixties and seventies oh yeah me too and when i'm breastfeeding fating so some some tricks and tips that are really helpful especially for the dryness is lube lou i'm all about the i mean all natural lube i love i love lou alday every.
"alday" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"That we are getting lebron james who are we draft with twenty five this year and our first rounder next year we might give up both of those which you can do once you've already drafted the guy a yugioh give that pickup and they say hey you know we're gonna have lebron it's not really worth it to quibble about this pick that's going to be in the twenties next year so if we give both of those up maybe that can get us off of lou alday maybe a team like the hawks be interested in doing that or the or the bulls do you think that if that were the case in you know we're going down the lebron already here but i think if that were the case day that would be enough to get them off of lual dan completely the problem fundamentally is that if the lakers trade their twenty nineteen first on pick the expectation by the acquiring team has to be that pick is not good you know it has to be you know it might not be thirty but i would say you would expect twenty six to thirty because they're doing that for a reason and those picks are nice certainly but i think that's probably too much i was xinke month to inch to give up or or sorry don't enough to give so you as the acquiring team you would not do that adept went to take on correct at ding as we know has thirty six million thirty six point eight million remaining over the next two years let's it's a whole lot of money out of it well and gets into something that i want to talk with you about of just kind of one of the mistakes of this laker season and it could just be that this was inevitable either way i don't know because luke walton as a better sense of this than i do obviously that because of how the season went wall dang does not really have much alive money on his conduct that we talked about dead money and so there were there was a way of thinking about dang that like okay there's a lot of bad money around the league right now and so if the lakers get to the point where all they're going to do a stretch him then it doesn't really make that much of a.
"alday" Discussed on World Cafe
"Yeah so i kind of get disorganized easily and i kind of over the years developed some systems to help me like stay on track and just kind of keep myself accountable with my work and work ethic a lot of it kind of stems back from some of the costs go tar life so i kinda got into the habit of using the pomodoro system pomodoro sessions for a time management in for me my little sessions of on and off my sessions or forty five minutes of focused work and fifty minutes for break and he do that three times and then after the third time you took a long break in the u started over but for me that day particular i remember that i was i was really distraught alday sometimes some days i just wake up and like i don't i don't feel well and i don't feel like you know not even like physically emotionally mentally i just don't feel like i just don't have it today or like you really anxious nearly like second guessing yourself and and and your skills are whatever the pas imposter syndrome sets in or whatever and i just was trying to day to break it and just break that funk in one of those things that gets me kind of mixed up is the prevalence of choice is how many choices of things that you can do you know should i work guitar skills should i learn this new soto should i try to produce this thing to take to the studio next week should i try to blah blah blah blah and you just there's so many things floating in brain so many voices just happening talking talking that it becomes paralyzing and like you i couldn't i can't do anything some sometimes you know and but i've learned through just so much time dealing with it that one way you can get past it is just limiting your choices and that little forty five minute block for me is like okay you have a certain amount of time and you have to make decisions and you are not allowed to come back to this thing you know so that allows you to kind of take the space it creates space rita just kind clear your mind and focus on something and that's why i try to share it with the audience because i know.
"alday" Discussed on Upgrade
"It it's great turns out it didn't work sorry everybody back to the drawing board it's not something he was ever going to say he said it was great we were able to do it you guys will get to do this next year but in the meantime enjoy these apps that we took from iowa input on the mac like a couple of specifics about what this stuff will do you know he said like taking your ipod app so making them walk with some key conventions of the mac so resizing to have them be able to have the window controls pointing devices like these are the things that they will that what this is a neighboring so that that's kind of how it's gonna that doesn't exist on ios that needs to exist or doesn't exist like it exists on the mac so his my thing multi project is that y'all just one way i don't know right because that's my feeling is like well once you've got apps that are capable of doing window wing could you have on largescreen ios devices could you have been doing were attracted scher right so i think that this was really small because if they wouldn't have done this today we would have spent a significant amount of time on this show talking about the fact that was no discussion of this and more to the point hours over the next year talking about whether apple is doing this so we go from alday did spend ten minutes doing something really going to affect anything the most is going to affect his people might redesign them caps that is going to be a a okay like everyone's going to be fine with that right because what happens now is we spend the next year talking positively about what twenty nineteen is going to bring imagining all of the possibilities of iowa cents on the mac what are they gonna look like i always develop has get to look at their applications now be like let me think how would i want.
"alday" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Ray machine and we talked to we talked to byron earlier i asked him i said to him i said pop would never trade kuwata the lakers right right and he said well probably not but you never know what the with the package coming back if it's a tractive enough then maybe he would so here's the proposition the lakers get koi k this is twenty eighteen this summer so yeah there's gotta get this done because it includes the draft pick the lakers have coming up in this drought eight they would send the number twenty five pick in the draft which is what the lakers have the cleveland they made the deal for zeta thomas they would send brandon ingram who's on the rise of listening they would send josh heart be also on the rise nears work hard lou alday because the money's got to be in line i like the brooke lopez's kevin durant brandon ingram and josh arce hand twenty fifth pick whatever into mummified lou all day assuming that's what they did with him i don't know for sure around eighteen million plus our year django see me if you want me here treat you like one of those reporters do exactly i don't have a pop impersonation but i tell you what he's going to say i'm done listening i'm a fool the hell you need to stars you yeah you need an ingram and then okay dip into the pool again yeah coups do you won't ball want to those twenty five and i i still have to put dang in there because you need the money well yeah you gotta put dang i'm not lying i think what would get it done and this is close to what you might have to do a reality it's kouzmin or lonzo but not allows 'cause area like what they got yeah so yeah kouzmin brandon twenty fifth pick and then i tell you pops looking at you like you got my attention and it you say okay i get it that's enough and he's like you're close and then you say josh heart just for utilities something like that something of that you gave them two plus.
Sainsbury CEO Seeks Walmart's Asda Deal to Confront Amazon and Aldi
"Start your day let's get a check of the headlines with daybreak editor richard macauley who is live for us from hong kong richard let's kick it off with dealmaking shall we this is deutsche telekom sir us unit t mobile has finally secured eight deal for sprint what's the next step here well absolutely yeah and finally as i got i got fly it sort of points out is probably a word you'll be hearing quite a lot this week this has been years in the making next up this could be quite a bit of regulatory scrutiny given the the deal will take the number of major competitors in the us to three from four currently also give the combined company about seventy million customers now the next largest competitor in the us has seventy eight the top about one hundred and eleven million customers so yeah ready just waiting now to see the sort of reaction from the regulators whether or not this is going to be an easy sell for them yeah indeed last time out they couldn't get it done meanwhile haven do you k over the weekend fantastic bloomberg reporting on the saints b's talks to buy walmart's as the chain what's the latest i mean these are two different ends of the buying spectrum sainsbury's and asda in britain yeah really bold move from the ceo of sainsbury's who confirmed the bloomberg story that we had earlier that he plans to fight back against the twin threat of amazon and discount german supermarkets excuse me so he confirmed that he is joining with walmart's as in the uk and that's the way he sort of intends to fight that twin threat in the uk market now currently saints breeze announced they're the number two and three supermarkets in the uk respectively so that would be some sort of major purchasing power some economies of scale to be had but as one analyst pointed out joining up won't make amazon go away and it's unlikely that the new venture will really be able to provide sort of massive savings certainly if you're looking at little alday is going to be very tough to sort of beat their pricing power.
"alday" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"The wave here rob pelinka talk i mean magic talk they believe in this young core but they're not patient i mean they wanna be good as quickly as possible and if you believe quite leonard is going to be healthy again i leonard is a top five player and you hope that anybody on this laker roster could be as good as co why greg what do you think of that opinion i think that you make it happen no matter what if you can get co leonard he's a top five player in the world he's the best two way player in the entire game you it's it's i would make that any deal to get kawai leonard to the lakers i would make it happen a swimming that he's healthy of course and that's the big thing you really have you sumi is no you don't assume you do not you cannot take a sumptuous you never have guys going to be the cornerstone of your franchise and you're giving up young you know young very good prospects you do it andy like would you do something like i don't know who's mma ingram the number one pick and whatever makes the money work like lou alday which they if they would take all right let me lou all just to make the money work i gotta be careful how i talk about this because as a laker employees as i've told you guys before i'm not allowed to talk about players under contract to other teams but i can say this when rob pelinka was on last week and some of this stuff gets covered in in lee jenkins article that came out in sports illustrated this week on the state of the lakers and like everything lee rights it's really good.
"alday" Discussed on WRVA
"You look to yesterday no you're right i mean most governors details you're you're not going to arrive with fifty one twenty nine but we fought strongly enough but the issue that we actually make sure we have a formal vote the democrats obviously blocked the here's the problem began climbing the points if you look at fairfax county and arlington blogger paul is certainly creeping that way i know in fairfax you know they you know they you know for example say that you'll you get people to my team and generally you would hope they would hold up there's some forty eight hours the chance to show up and that's not doing that anymore and i think if you look at the polling doing that way and so may have someone go all the way i think about so why not that problem now i think makes perfect sense it's just a matter of time she works in washington state i think people are billy republican position that and we'll continue to delegate kirk cox the speaker of the virginia house of delegates republican from colonial heights always appreciate you joining us here on the program john thank seven forty four on this thursday time for traffic and weather together and we began in the alday traffic center slow going right now for to eighty eight northbound from lowthian huguenot trail powhite northbound from lowthian up through chippenham collisions on the.
"alday" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"He's putting up yeah i guess we've planned for the peasants i would have been thrilled but if it was like doing it against the pistons and they're just like he wouldn't have made it out alive really cool lakers gotta bring this guy in like training capitalise no this is exactly why you don't give lauding like seventy million you want some veteran presence will i would lou alday has a lot he's worked very hard to get it would do i want brandon ming like talking to him or to the guys like man now look man i was making two dollars an hour like last week and that'll be my veteran presence for the veteran minimum eight body win scare the hell out of players instead of giving him sage advice yeah like you own crazy nobody would greyhaired still be young no heavens no you lived at tough life it's basically like bringing a like a crack addict to middle school yes scare them straight where's he from richmond ooh i i know know so yeah he's got that push atif virginia jumper for sure oh yeah his bills though does it that sounds like math pays the bills paid bill i guess speaking of veteran presence no surprise anyone on this show but the cleveland cavaliers didn't fact sign kendrick perkins to their playoff roster a glorious signing scared you the castle when the east i've been saying that i've never swayed away from that.
"alday" Discussed on WRVA
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