24 Burst results for "Alday"
Raising Rivers as a Bluff
"Theme is Bluffing rivers raising rivers as a bluff. Like we've done a bunch of episodes those but those most exciting hands generally so that's why we do so. This had opened with me. Cut off with ace. Ten of spades. this is we are four handed playing five head. No limit cash I open the slogan foale. Three butts and the big blindfolds gonna be flagging a senator spades alday versus three but from blinds from the cutoff. So i call. Yeah this three sizing tell me about the sizing. It's like a little looks a little weird. But i don't really open to your size so this is like pretty close to this is that they should be through bettering to versus the two point. Two five i think like i don't know if you want to scale it like exactly. It would be like close to one hundred dollars but this is just i dunno. It's half the half a big wide less than that. So i think this is is is really. Yeah i would just go like one hundred ish but i mean whatever. They're they're dialing it back like point two five big blinds for this. I feel like they're using like some. Scroll like there's just lazily just kind of like scrolling and like okay ninety seven fifty. That's close maybe. I don't know. I i don't know if that's the case or not because i mean seems like there'd be more precise than that at there's some people like there's some people who three that and i can tell. Just click like they just click. The pop feel like three position that that number is exactly. What like see ladies and gentlemen if you've listened to deep patrick leonard episode of why he thought he could make a run at high stakes poker. That whole story. I suggest you listen to the podcasts. And because that's just a hilarious story. And this is kind of alludes to that that i guess we should never underestimate the laziness of poker players and even the highest of stakes maybe even especially the highest stakes poker players. Why did you say that. Why especially just. Because like i think the i i just think that the highest of stakes poker players can get a little lazy. They can't get lackadaisical they can you know get less hungary. They can just be playing to make money every single month. Then just get kind of distracted not zone and whatever i mean like you said to be fair ninety seven fifty one hundred one. Those are all perfectly fine through bet sizes. So they are they are so we get this gorgeous flop of five of hearts in eight of clubs and a nine of spades and fabulous check-check. Let's start there to check on the flop your check back but do you think about banning the flop stabbing the flop checking back stabbing the stabbing these like low and middling flops With range if you wanted to facing check is probably fine I think with a hand. That's worse than as hype certainly Be way more inclined to stop. But when i block villain from having like eisai. Hans himself I think that i am going to be ahead of white. A large portion of villains Range at that. I if i stop the swap with this sort of hand i'm really just getting mostly worshipful I'm a little skeptical though like. I'm i'm skeptical. That you're gonna always realize what year even a high percentage of the time realize equity on a variety of different run out like you are being king queen but like you know. Are you always going to realize equity and just call down on blank run outs. Well i mean if you wanna see what i could prove it to the fans. If you're on a you prove something. I don't know don't know that you prove you're gonna call down but we prove very talks about the theme of the episode so yeah and then also like especially with this eight ten of spades with like eight and nine with a spade on board. It's like it's way more painful to get check raised off of this. I think when you have like a ton of diamonds for example like there's equity more equity tibi realized on this particular board with stem space. So i if. I bet the swap and get check raised. I'd be way sadder than if i had said of. Diamonds are like king queen. Whatever and got chuck
"alday" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"But if you go back to one that you've that you've come across before randomly assigned it'll recognize. You were there at least as a person or as a user. It'll recognize you but it's not clear to me that it actually recalls the previous conversation so in terms of your implementation could you just maybe outlined a little bit what you've done to around session context maintenance and then user context maintenance yes very very good question you know. What do you know something about. What's so separate Have several contacts. We have context context of inches or context that char at a turn soviet a member Between beginning the end on the turn some romito slight confidence Big details. I skipped at the denby hefty session context than this issue context tax was the most important one for alex Alday test out how they decide. Who is the best for or what is the best performing bought is done by dr. These interrupters stoked to each of the ball sponsor. Only so we can ask the name and we assign the name of the doctor to the system. Variables which is lasting only for the period of the session and then we can address the person while talking to the person. And it's not only that other things which we can remember and sadly for application which are boats beyond what we did with aqueous in price. We are trying to some helping people with depression and These days dead people are coming back and dad. We have user variables. The variables are lasting between sessions so Through actually extracted the inflammation which is important to us. Next time we have a special piece of software which is called skimmer and this piece of software is either a accepting on so switch are closed under the answers. Like how old are we. Don't ask that question but for example. How old are you dundee I w or a day say how old they are and we can save this to the user And once the user conce to our application again we say given your age. i don't. i'm not surprised you don't understand it. Let me explain it to just as an example and we have also so behalf in the skimmer also possibility to extract the knowledge in situations such as we ask for example. Was your favorite movie if the user answers like eyeliner. Xyz movie an ice oid yesterday on the tv vegan The dv unsaved the as something like usually the person list watching movies on the tv not Computer for example. Okay so this is something which we again a can use in the next session and then behalf also community That the community variables are shared between groups of people using the same application..
"alday" Discussed on Impact Boom
"Spain rally humbled by the help that way for save and at spain completely critical to the table he has such that some great lessons that you just did the general out of running a business now. I've asked you guys a bunch of questions about your background and the startup process. Good any so now. Is your chance to make a comment. A bit bronco on the sector so if i was to ask you what support is needed from. Pocus lynn businesses. Like yourself and the center is a hall to continue generating a sustainable impact in the future. What would you think. Interesting question alday. He cuts up. The pep is that is on also socially terrifies growing and more and more people are familiar with the but the biggest challenge is that we are seeing milk that unmeasured like profit that business it's occupied challenges around fundraising and that was definitely something that we learn about posters and venture capitals. They still look at startups although they are trying to trying to do something good still. The profit margin and cash flow is the only thing they are looking at the main support that the sector perhaps can receive is having investors or organization and companies that really care about the impact more than just the money side of the business and we believe that needs a lot of improvement and obviously when her base thought up campaign take base assad update on around scale ability is much longer at a game and you look at your compared to gain the same way so ajaria of the tech companies they get the funds much easier than or doc based companies all their again dame packs can be same or even much begin so true so true absolutely talking about organizations jurisco more. Those impact by outcomes cones instead of the financial outcomes like a traditional business with bridges. Thank you so much for that inside there. So we're moving towards the end of the interview. Now and i have two questions left and the first question i would like to us is. What are some inspiring projects initiatives. That you above come across recently which in creating positive social change. That's we really loved accompanying code right. Luckily stotka thousand and accounted. I totally i may find really aren't created a clinton phone alternative. What his loss from potato materials everything monthly that in context with the and helped us along the way and safety and also speak and yep he really likes them. Now that we've seen are pao showing. We really appreciate where they are. And how they've come and the jaas wells are really awesome and any recommendations from you on you actually establish now the vestry cappelletti So what they do how they thought it actually was with being the coffee rounds than they are a user the cafes and they turned into the compost but now they have been expanded their business around education of waste management and also they do collection for of plastic which is very interesting that although their infrastructure more waste management but you see but small start making fantastic impacts in this space to tanning basic the waste to a resource and it is definitely very inspiring or change any and releasing more about what they have achieved in quite short amount of time. Thank you very much. Refu- fantastic recommendations and all these enterprises will be linked off the transcripts or once you audience has ought to listen to the podcast or redford. The article will be able to check out these enterprises. I thank you very much for that and now to finish off all books or resources and these are so important. Would you recommend to our business. One thing are not recommending up in saada creative counts in the beginning of january Event and accounting lankford. She was speaker there and then we have listened to almost every podcast that she had. And while i really like about what she is doing and sharing a lot of great initiatives practical experience on thought startup. And he's very beginning that you need to make a decision jail how to build to start your business. Build your business angra. So it's a lot of inspiring stories. And as i said can into you now. That's a really fantastic recommendation and lucky laws. Catherine de have any books resources. You would like to plug in their own. Lockout for office stat up initiatives in companies. Wait him. why a racist camp across. Was this story profound custody hit guardian sorry fangs and claws outdoor thing and clinton rarely while north florida the me too far tests that they had and my paper thin as are really interesting ways looking at and we've found the story is really aren wealth up a some excellent recommendations that and as i said before along with the enterprises all of these resources will be linked to at the end of the article and i just wanna to take a moment to say catherine amion. Thank you so much for sharing your generous times in science without audience. Today i had a fantastic tongue myself speaking to you. And i'm very excited in future to see the progress which is made like eighty and barbecue has entrepreneurs from sorry. Thank you very much. Thanks listening to impacts burn. You'll find links to the initiatives people in russell's as mentioned in the podcast on impact. Spoon dog please leave. Comments below and remember we'll be publishing. 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"alday" Discussed on On the SPOT - Technology Podcast
"You could have no phone system that is actually integrated which it so. That's one aspect but want observed a as a quota is microsoft. Denault have Call implant for over jones. I'm country so far in stas in nigeria. That's is not available for us. So which means we become even leverage to use this or calling plans because it's not available for my regional for my country but the likes of audio conferencing. Yes we could do that where we have. No doubt per minute appear the likes of think. Yes so the other person is one. The toll free is another. So besides we have in the Plan now what microsoft did it get is beside colin. I think there's like a an alternate of shown for you to have director out. Don't think but for organization as specically those that have the infrastructure the from infrastructure discharged On hold but if they don't have dan why would i want to set up one and it's on teams. So that's is it kind of limitation as to why people may not be using new so much a b. enjoying not default system aspect so what they basically there is no issue devices to mobile devices to alday users integrated using june such that The these devices rather than which i think if microsoft can no up we call implants organization would not have different cost purchasing.
"alday" Discussed on 1A
"In china and seven times elsewhere in the world before it's thrown away seven times before we throw it away so we've been conditioned to think it's normal to get a new dress for friday night date rather than shopping our closet because they want you to come in and spend and by six of the top richest fifty people in the world on fashion companies today and yet ninety eight percent of the people who make fashion are not paid a living wage. So where do you think. All that profit is going the people who make those cheap clothes that you think are really adorable and you wear seven times before you throw it away. If it costs twenty dollars they were paid twenty cents to make it. Maybe we should think a little bit more and invest in our clothing and cherish our clothing clothing rather than throw it away and think about its origins and the impact. It has on humanitarian. Not just what. We look at seeing in the mirror. Alday can you break down. Sort of maybe some generational differences here because the assumptions that people are only using these pieces of clothing a few times and then throwing them out and is that. I don't know that that's absolutely true. Maybe somebody's making really stretching out the wear on that she insured or she and pick pants because it's what they can afford so they've gotta make them last a little longer. It feels like a lot of the linda. This conversation is coming through what teens are doing. Can you give us any more contacts there. Yeah absolutely. I mean like i have an h. Address that i bought ten years ago and it still looks great. So it's possible to shop at these places thoughtfully right. I mean if you really are hard up for a budget then of course like find the thing that you love the most and that you're gonna wear it will probably wear out faster. There's this there's an old saying that. I'm too poor to buy cheap stuff because of break so quickly but you know it's interesting to see. The waves of this moving through because boomer's actually are more likely to shop at a unrecognized fashion brand which is costco so they have a lot of cheap fast fashion there and also sort of Like logo brands that the boomer generation really loves and the boomer generation doesn't necessarily think about sustainability. It's just like oh. I just wanna get the cutest stuff i know. My aunt and my mom both have way more better than they could ever ever wear a year. And then you get the who started to care more about this and are moving into having a little bit more money and then you have. You also is skipped over gen x. Which you know it was more rebellious and but doesn't really think about this as much and then gen z. Which is a little bit. Has a split personality cares deeply about climate change but also cares deeply about looking cute and i think you know they as they move get older and move into jobs and can afford a little bit more either likely to support the likely to support artists and designers that have an ethos but also they're really supporting secondhand fashion which is affordable and does move pretty quickly and you can pick up on trends there and experiment and so that's something that jesse is pushing forward dana when we talk about the environmental impact of fast fashion. What are the biggest. Polluters is at the manufacturer or the single use plastic packaging or the clothes themselves. All of the Can i d all of the above the factories which are in far flung places that we don't see any more follow no environmental or safety standards and and there's no government oversight because that's part of the reason they're so cheap for the for the contractors for the brands to us then there's the shipping all the way around the world. There's a single use plastic. There's the the leftovers going into the recite right straight into the dump less than a hand like single. Digit percentage of clothing is recycled or winds up in in thrift shops or in charity shops. It winds up in landfill. Then there's dies. There's the processing of tree pulp to turn into rayon. There's all of the chemicals on the cotton which is just be. Don't even get started there. The die of denim which has from aldehydes and and all sorts of toxic chemicals in it and it just gets washed off straight into rivers. And it's on our skin so you know once you start digging into what's what goes into making clothes that are not. Quote unquote sustainable. It's a little bit horrifying. It's kind of like the fast food industry and you start finding out. What's really in that. Hamburger me and you go. Oh my gosh. i had no idea if i did. I wouldn't do the talent show for designers who are trying to move in the other direction. What are they thinking about. In terms of the textiles they use. It's a really interesting question and this is one. That's so complex even for designers because whilst we might think natural fibers definitely the best choice. There's also resource impact when we're looking at something like cotton which is one of the most widely used textiles that uses a lot of water in its production and then we need to think about whether we're dying things and that type of things that really as a challenge. But i would i would say is in terms of something. That's going to buy degraded. At the end of its life than definitely natural fabrics linen is a lot of interest from designers at the moment. Because it's a is a really sustainable and hard wearing crop and said we're seeing a lot of interest instead of innovators and looking at some of those more.
Bringing human-like performance to AI custom voices with Zohaib Ahmed
"Kind of give us a bit of an intro to yourself into resemble the i on what doing what you do for sure so My name's hey. I'm the ceo and co pattern resembling. I we've been around for limit now. So we basically focus on building custom voices in links. Betty bushes forward in all sorts of direction so Helping with branding helping discover the right choice for you Controllability of the custom boys etc and the ad. What we've been Building a whole product line around. And i'm thinking. I said when i first come across. I don't know if it's still the same. Because i haven't was going through. The process is monitoring delaware three before it was literally as simple as going to the website recording a snippet of of audio on all of a sudden you've got gotta synthetic voice of the bulk of it is still. The process is is a bit monto to we. Basically it We made it really easy to build your own voice. You still in the way back. You recorded fifty sentences which takes about like maybe five to ten minutes depending on how fast read at the end of you. Have a voice built for you There we have entire pipeline where you're able to upload any sort of data to what's so if you know currently use a voice talent or If there's a voice talent you want to use You're able to kind of that data on your own and kind of uploaded directly as raw files and we handle the rest. We build voice from there So yeah there's there's not a lot of requirements since very flexible in how you go about it and looking at your website. You've got a lot of different applications like you're talking about digital characters something called resemble fill and and of course things like smart assistant says well so order. People using resembled alday four today mainly falls in two categories. Anyone that cares about roy. Spreading so You know if you are building in assistant or like a while excess scale etcetera where they may interfaces voice. You probably want that to be memorable voice something that represents your brand. Kate mentioned you have a website. You have mobile app already have said entity cut a shame. If you just kinda use a stock way. Some of the box for voice experience. Then we have some more exciting exciting things like vr and ar digital characters Games where we really showcase. How controllable these voices are so. It's not just building like texas feature engine where you type in stock and you get to read it but it's also about like how to the voices are what kind of performance you can get out of bit weekend. We range in customers at the end of the day. Everyone's focused on building the best voice possible and on top of that once. They have that branding in place where we really shy in his skill abilities so things that humans aren't able to today which is you know if you're running a call center and you have hundreds of calls per hour Or thousands of calls per hour thousands of agents How do you scale to that to that degree. You generate things faster than mealtime responses etcetera. There's a lot of blood of those things where you know. Unfortunately humans even though he can multitask colleagues have like a hundred conversations at the same time But subedi is very very good at that so yeah those are probably the two big reasons why you wanna use
IKEA greenhouse cabinets
"Keeping tropical plants. Happy in the average home is not the easiest thing so many of us resort to things like humidifiers in an attempt to keep that humidity up but in recent years. Lots of gross have been turning to the jillian swedish superstar kia for a solution to their problem turning book standard glass cabinets into beautiful indoor greenhouses for their precious plants. So how did this trend begin. What benefits can it. And how do you go about doing it. My cabinet ministers for today to canadian plonk growers cami and vinnie both of whom have tons of expertise in making awesome ikea cabinets. He is cammy. Who's cami plants on instagram. To explain how she first came across the concept. The first time i saw it was Instagram page in By robin and she used to have this wonderful idea set up where she had to a male. Spo cabinet in fabric four cabinet and it looks really nice In i had like one of those plastic greenhouses where i kept my more rare plants in iraq. Like the idea of having something that will showcase the plants and and looked nice in a room but also help with To preserve the environment that they need to thrive so that. That's where i found that. I founded in instagram. Maybe a year and a half ago or so and also found my friend vinnie. Who had his set up all sorted and we actually met. Because i started setting up mine Through instagram and he was showing me Tips and to do it. And that's how we connected mills boat and fabric as i key products. The names seemed to come out of nowhere. But if you've ever seen an instagram post with a cabinet with glass doors and walls and a metal frame and a fair number of arrowheads stuffed inside. Then the likelihood is it's probably one of these items because they are sold in their millions all around the world but what did these cabinets offer. The makes them so much better than well set of shelves. Cammie believes it's all down to the control. They give you over the volume of your plants. We all are getting into this expensive rare plants right now and in order to keep them a thriving. We have to keep their environment to a certain standard. Right humidity lied air circulation. And it's harder to keep that into a perfect level when we are dealing with hundreds of square foot of over home and if you keep the the whole room super humid in our house you know we are prone to mold and things like that so the cabinets are perfect solution that looks nice in our homes and is not like one of those plastic agreeing Houses a weekend by online so it looks aesthetically. Pleasing is easy to rig into something that the plants will like and they're not super expensive because he's i key is something that you can get. You know in a lot of places in the world right now and so. It's accessible is not super expensive and it keeps your plants happy so i think that's why and if your house is already filled with modern furniture with clean lines possibly some of it both my career. Then what bet is display your plants in than a minimalist modern cabinet like mills bu or fabric for his binney for most people. It's because it becomes a statement peace within your home if that makes any sense. Even when i made my first videos i mentioned that that you know you have those amazon. Greenhouses your plastic in your technically better than the greenhouses their meddle in. And you have to hack it so that it can become a greenhouse but they don't look good in your house so i think that is that is the primary factor for most people. They want to put their plans. Some display as part of the decoration of their house instead of just putting it behind some sort of plastic sheet. That people won't be able to see it through. That will look good in their leaving roles. Obviously a social media plays a huge factor. You know as people build more and more is being held in start posting photos voice. Start to see how beautiful they are in. Its sitter in that. I believe this popularity in to of buying even though sometimes they don't even need them they just by because look good. So you've bought your cabinet and assembled it what next can just start sticking plots in it or is there anything else he needs to do. Well given these companies are not specifically designed to contain plants. There are a few little tweaks that you'll need to make before your plants can become ensconced so the first thing that in each fear is the light whether your room has enough light to sustain that them growing or if you do need to bring in those extra lights i would say that if you are going to bring the grow lights definitely invest in girl is there are going to withstand time but also they they have a very good spectrum so that the the lead the plants grow in the right way. I also answered this question you might. Qna somebody was asking me whether a plane could grow with just normal away and that's immune aspira of research in the answer is kinda because the way that plants photos in decides they pretty much the entire visible light spectrum but they really thrive in the. I think it's an a blue in the red type of light which creates purplish late. So that's why you see purple. I going on. However what. I also figure it out. Is that if you're an environment like myself you saw in my room. I work this remark. Gay alday this is my office. If i have purple lights all over here he will affect my vision because the human eye is not supposed to be in that type of light so it actually is problematic for me. So that's why. I decided to go with the white lights. I don't know if they are as good as the purple ones but they also over a very good spectrum for the points.
"alday" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
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"alday" Discussed on Filipina on the Rise
"What advice do you have for those. Who wanna start showing up more intentionally in this season or even like questions that one can ask themselves. Who am i. What are my strengths. What are my values. Answer those first couple of questions. And then i think it's also the top three causes that you really wanna fight for. What are you willing to fight for. Welcome to the filipina on the rise. Podcast ice spotlight filipino. Women doing fake things and making an impact. I'm christopher bella. And i aim to promote excellence emperor community through our stories while educating the world about us and celebrate what it means to be a filipina. Today we're talking to my zabala. Alday might is a writer artists and nonprofit professional. She's the founder of she's mighty mighty instagram which aims to create a safe space uncomfortable conversations around taboo topics such as mental health social injustice and relationships. Her pages garnered a large falling as it's funded is so educational as vulnerable storytelling putting a critical lens on current events. If you have a chance before this talk to both through instagram which is. She's underscore money. I would definitely check it out. You'll see how her content cuts into taboo topics and will open your eyes to look at social racial and political issues into play. Might it is a wife mother and lifelong learner. Who i wanna put it up and ni- powerhouse. He gets us all a little more hope. So this month was filipino. American history month. And i hope we found personal ways to observe or celebrate or you just educate ourselves. The theme. This year was the history of filipino american activism highlighting the myriad ways philly byun americans have participated in social justice movements fitting in really well with the momentum of current events in activism this year philippine on the rises mission is about spotlighting filipino. Women making an impact in encouraging our community to reflect on who we are and how we show up given theme and us going into elections with much political discourse happening around us. i thought who's a filipino. Begin highlight that shows us different ways of being an activist questions. Can we ask herself as filipina women to show up more intentionally a listener who is connected with recently wrote that this can be about encouraging filipinos to use her voice and take us dan and what we believe in and being a safe space to pull us into these conversations. There is no better person to bring on as a guest then my she really knows how to weave in respect and even compassion in uncomfortable conversations in this episode. We discuss how creating space to be wrong. Actually empowering how a turn disagreement to opportunities of learning and finding humanity one another we share how to disarm a disagreement and a script on finding common ground. Finally we discuss ways. We as filipino. Women can embrace our unique identities and show up intentionally in this current socio political climate election season and how to hone in on our personal activism. Why this is important for our community. Is i think a strong trade of filipinos is our ability to hold space and half dialogue with people feel comfortable and connect to us and i think this is something we can leverage when it comes to difficult conversations and also push and challenge ourselves in. This discussion is really important to me. Because she gives us tools to enter discussions and walkway. More united. I don't know about you but i have a lot of friends and loved ones where we have disagreeing views few years ago in college and fresh out of it. I thought there was power in being assertive and ready to debate or time. These discussions went from me trying to prove my point to feeling frustrated at the division and eventually never wanting to enter them. And i fell into this season of silence. I realize a way out of this. Silence is to learn how to engage in these charts discussions and find common ground and how humility can peel back. Layers each other's humanity and said of trying to be the super informed. Ready to debate activists. I know my posher now for a lot of us is how to promote peace and unity and personal activism. Like might issues here. I can't wait for this talk here. We go all might have thank you so much for coming on the building on the rise. Podcast so honored and excited to have you here. Thank you so much for having me excited to chat with you in talk to you. Talk about what it means to be a philippine on the rise. While i'll let you know when someone connected me to you on the team and we wanted to take encouragement this month for filipinos to use their voice to take a stand in what they believe in and to pull them into conversations and you could not have been more of a perfect guest to on the show. Anyone who had scroll through a page. We can see that you are not afraid to bring up uncomfortable conversations as it educates our community to go beyond just these topics were used to having and even when like i pull up your post on my on my gosh. I've never thought about that. The way anything from like you know how we view accents or relationships or you know. Mental health is a huge thing. And how we're looking at current events and how that's affecting us to color ism and just like little things that we don't get to get this real and vulnerable so thank you for creating the space. I can't wait to dive more into that. And what led you to this but miter the question. I always knew it is in your own words. My says bala all day and what is your current mission. Good question so. I get the sunday newspaper and every time i get it. I go straight to the msci worries. That sounds a little morbid. Except i'm always interested in how people want to be remembered and happened. They talk about themselves. And i i want to be remembered as just imperfectly. Perfect and someone who was five foot with moxy and someone who cared about other people's stories and the someone who was always seeking compassion in terms of my admission with she's mighty mighty. I'm exploring lied range of topics especially around mental health. Social justice relationships. But what's most important to me is really creating that safe space to have these uncomfortable conversations around taboo topics and trading place for people to be okay with being uncomfortable and having the log I love that you started off. Saying i want to be remembered for and i think that's something we need. It stops at times and ask ourselves like. How do i want to be remembered. And the fact that you have package that all up and want to be someone who is remembered for having compassion. I think that's beautiful. We're going to see later how that's actually tied in to how you approach your work and how you want to bring compassion into these difficult conversations right. You have such an accomplished background work in higher education. Non profit Film production entertainment so much and i think there's this underlying theme of community engagement personal activism. Tell us about your upbringing. You know how you got to this point in your career. But how being filipino has shaped your experiences more specifically. I love that. You mentioned that growing up. You were this outspoken. You're raised in certain ways as being filipino and also them education but you were an outspoken child and you kind of learn how to view your outspokenness and versus what the world was telling you how to be.
"alday" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Experience. You know I mean I. You know. I, mean. I. Listen the one thing. That I mean it'd be nice if they did. But one thing they don't give you when you get your vet degrees at Crystal Ball, you know. I just said I I'm not much of of I'm not much of a like a weed you board, the ball Kinda Guy Yeah I mean I basically experienced in in in and try to keep that knowledge for the from the experience of what I can and can't live with, and you know after seeing a lot of worse for a long time and having a fix them in the war zone which is racing you know you know what you can and can't live with you know and I learned you know, hey, certain confirmation your have problems in certain areas. Other confirmations is not that big a deal you know. I mean I remember telling a guy that's the bottom really really nicely grid horse that she was big in immature. If you wait Arshi is going to be fine better find yourself a trainer. It's GonNa be really really like you know patient whether and bring along slowly she'll be filed she and turned out to be a great one winter. Winter. Because they gave her to the right guy in the right program as she'd been in brands, she might not. Agree Shut Crime Slam Union. She wouldn't have been there and sold for millions as well. You know. So it really a lot of it's got to do with just you know making the right decision for the connections and you know when somebody's you know looking for certain type and get enough input without people or the outfits or people I worked with as I tell him hey, man just won't be. Okay. With time, but you know you gotta give it that and you know pick your choose your connections wiser on this one for others precocious that I I know the pedigree's have been around I know that it's GonNa I. Abso- time Merrin the sire share how and say, Hey, you're gonna be okay this one because if both the mother and the Amazon ran early so I think you're gonNA be okay your. Absolute. mentioned, you mentioned the the Airway I referenced that too and and explain. Explain how you evaluate I mean there's there's the fist under the under the under the neck. But exploded that listen I. Take all that and throw it away whatever you think. The scope basically predicted I predicted a worse show. Horses is never going to raise when I was looking at yearlings. After they got broker, they just were early two year olds and neither one of race and there was a lawsuit over the test by the court case which doesn't make me thrill. Okay. So but Two other guys it evaluated. Both these sources race, and they tried to hang their hat on that neither and they were both. Right. So does that make me Genius Donald Fix personally but I just based on my experience I. Work on the Racetrack and I tell you what I can and can't live with they don't work on the racetrack and I don't think they could do that fairly you know just like I'm I don't do broodmares and things like that. So they could probably cool me up on that. So that's how it works. And there has been there has been this discussion about. Limiting the amount of scoping. of of horses young. Great idea. Great idea. The video scope. Yes. Is the smartest thing that's ever come down the pike because a violent or really good horse and twenty guys but I go once go everybody gets to look at it. Don't like it all by and the story. I'm. Not GonNa Ruin My. Interesting The. The complaint has been Steve and I had this I had this discussion with with Tommy Ventura and. You know be s tried to trying to get people to utilize. The video. Scoping. And the complaint has been that everybody's Van. Wants the wants to see it for themselves it. How is that? A? Is that a? SP- speeches. Valid statement melds mark. Okay I don't think so. That's my. Dark because because basically they're going to see the same thing. No matter whose scope goes down the throat. You got. Your everybody seems to think they've got the crystal ball did see that's the crystal ball take I don't have one of those. I told you that earlier so. Now, as always the invaluable half hour with Dr Steven Alday, Horse Health today brought to you by Lou verson and Steve a quick update, and of course, when we spoke last in late June you know things were pretty much on hold Any any rope and going on other than some some backyard open. Should ask you know my favorite surgery I went to Fort Worth last week I hooked up with a twenty six, twenty, seven, hundred, twenty, six, year old man that basically I'd known since he was in high school, Twenty, six, twenty, six, twenty, seven, twenty, five, whatever was and he and I wrote together in nine point five indicate capper open we were. Thirteen tack call Fast Time we put a clean run in we ended up fifth at four, hundred, Ninety, seven teams and we got a big fat check and we we got to rekindle. That's right I'm glad I. It's tremendous. Glad. I asked I love it I love it. What about what about Lopresti.
"alday" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Made the point that the the conscious effort of the mid Atlantic Rules essentially the withdrawal times have really eliminated or at least seemingly eliminated. They've seen a big drop in in clenbuterol abuses. So we'll we'll let the let Martin Dr Alday Hash it out the the point one of the points that mark made was is that the and and frankly this came up. This came up. If you recall in California the not that I don't really want to call it. The skirting of the rules but as mark pointed out using certain legal medications in cycles and then adhering to the withdrawal time as prescribed running and then having a period of time where the horses cycles through again with the legal meds but a-.
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
"alday" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Biomarkers. These things are changed in. The blood afterwards received shockwave. What about horse? That has an injury and then received shockwave. Life you know what about the clinical patients that are coming to new Bolton Centers Hospital And then received shockwave. What about the horses that are out in training and normal mull in a normal training environment? We need to know what these markers are doing. In all of those different cases in order to be able to make them useful for us. So we're we're very excited about these markers there's a lot more work to be done and And we're still looking for for more funding to to be able to support poor continuing this work before we talk about the markers and the the practicality and the application of it when it comes to whether it's out of competition horses That are that are coming into races or you know how how to apply. Potentially the benefit of this. I love for you to to revisit a for for our listeners. Anyway away because we've talked about shockwave with Dr Alday many times and the public at this point the you know the horse players and and casual fans there I think at a point where they hear shock wave and it's been it's being put up there as a villainous treatment and that's not fair there's a ton of benefit to this and I would love for you to talk about the concept and how in your experience what what and where the benefit can be derived live When when used appropriately and in you know a correct application toward a horse? That's either rehabbing. Were you know has a specific injury. A lot of times we think about Chins and and you know in strains suspensory type Ligament adamant issues. Talk a little bit about what this is before we can dial delve into the the misapplication of it absolutely. And you're absolutely correct. Shockwave.
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 KSFO-AM
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"alday" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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"alday" Discussed on Self Made Man
"Hearing it just like, you know, that's all he does, you know, Brenda like, you should really work on your son and make make sure is more diverse is actively, and I just I just kind of grew up like, you know, hearing that. But I just was completely passionate about it. And my mom got everybody on my way. They just said, you know, she would say he's passionate let them do. Let them do this like like don't worry about it. He's gonna be fine. And she only told me about the second or third grade teacher, by the way, after we become financially successful, you know. So I grew up that way, I was really lucky growing up in Austin because there were user group meetings and the rest that you could go to that were like program or clubs Austin was one of the few city. As it had that it was one of the first cities Tabah Cray's supercomputer, thanks to UT, Austin's huge endowment and interest in the sciences. And I started my first business when I was twenty four and I had dabbled in various entrepreneurial type ventures when I was younger that they weren't commercial. Like, I created one of the first bulletin board systems in Austin when I was ten years old became that became really popular awesome. As one of the most Bopper BBS, I created warning the first internet games when I was eighteen by the time, I was twenty supposedly that was most popular game online. It actually became part of the code foundation for what war craft never made any money on it. What was the game who's called renegade outpost? I think I think it's still running today. I don't run it. But but it was a it was a massive multiplayer game. That was all text based very. -fluenced by my childhood, growing up planes, or can and ultima and the rest, you may not know but here in Austin, Lord, British lives richer Garrett. Good friend, good friend of mine. Now by see is house on on the hill. Every time I go to Austin. There you go. I was out south for fourth of July first birthday party. And and and so so yeah. So anyways, I got I got really lucky in that. I had that background and became valuable. You know, it wasn't obvious growing up that that would I ever really about to to anything. I thought it. I thought it was going to change the world, but it wasn't clear commercially how it is going to really do anything. You know, you may remember benches in hurts breath. So someone twenty four I started my first business that was a consulting firm named her technology consulting, one of the things I wanted to prove to myself with that is I could make the same billing rates that Deloitte was billing mad at so they're billing mounted around two hundred fifty dollars an hour. And you know, they have the brand name and everything else. And and really surprising to me. I was able to clear around two hundred fifty dollars an hour on my first project, and then I got my billing rates at the three hundred fifty. Now are pretty quickly. I started employ people and pay them around twenty five dollars an hour and build them out at seventy five dollars an hour, which was really good deal because when I was working for Deloitte, I got paid around the ten what I was being built out at a very cash rich business, and I realized that that would be my fallback scenario that as an entrepreneur, I now never needed to go work for anybody again that my fallback scenario would at least be to have a business like that. But I realized that I was young enough that I should really be swinging for the fences, and you're not gonna change the world consulting Alday did build some pretty cool systems like me and my team we built some great early web applications for lots of clients, but they weren't they weren't real a big game changers. And so I was looking for or, you know, something would be a big swing at the fence and in parallel with my consulting business after doing that about a year. Kept doing the consulting business. I started a business called NBA zone, which was virtual community for MBA students as well as graduates of MBA programs wells, perspective MBA's, and they had a lot of the capabilities..
"alday" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Last year, the British library put up this awesome blog posts by medieval studies scholar named Clark dry-season highlighting medieval books in their collection that contained curses. So for example, and early fourteenth century copy of a thirteenth century middle Dutch encyclopedia and Bestiary called the flower of nature by Jacob van Mierlo, and it has its own little checkout ledger within the book at a library book right with the card in. So what you have to picture here is there's a cross under which anyone borrowing the book had to sign their name and then had to swear a deer oath that if they did not return the book they would die and there's, there's one name at least there. It's amid. Wife named abstracts hif- Miller who signed the oath. So we, we hope abstracts brought the book back. There's also a fourteenth century commentary on the harmony of the gospels inscribed with a printer's note saying anyone who steals this book will receive quote death from evil things may the thief of this book die. So instead of a sticker that says, this book belongs to blank, the curse. It's essentially the same thing. It's that sticker, but it's like this book belongs to blank, and if you're not blank, you will die right end of it. But you know, we're, we're getting into an area here. We, we're talking about books that were tremendously valuable and, oh yes, and and also probably had a bit of the a bit of magic to them. You know, this reminds me of the episode that I did with crystal Wamba about books that were attributed magical properties in large part based just because of the the power of writing, like the ideas they were contained within it, made it special. Oh yeah. The author of this blog post actually points out that while some of the curses. Seem like overkill. I'm gonna mention a couple more in a minute that a really overkill for what's deserving of a simple book thief in context. It makes more sense because of what you're talking about. Like we would today consider stealing a book to be a pretty minor petty crime like shoplifting or something. But this was before the printing press when books were extremely labor intensive to produce into copy. And often if you lost a copy of the book, you weren't just out a lot of monetary value. It might have been something that you can't get another copy of and now add to that exactly what you're saying. Maybe this book has important information about how to interpret the bible that you consider important to saving your eternal soul. This is a book of extremely important magical significance in a way. So for a medieval Christian monks stealing or damaging someone else's religious literature was this extremely costly, and perhaps even dangerous thing to do to them. Yeah, you you're stealing from the pool of collected knowledge? Yeah. Now, a couple of other. Great book curses. One was this book that belong to the church of Saint Alday. In Gloucester states quote, this book is of Saint l. date. He that takes this book Shelby hold by the neck by by by who is doing the hauling well, presumably by Christ himself. Also later in the book, a curse is attributed directly to the mouth of Jesus Christ. In the the curse is this book belongs to the church of Saint Alday. This book is one and Christ's curses another. He takes the one takes the other Ahmen. A couple more. There's a twelfth century manuscript known as the Arnstein bible. It's owned by the abbey of Saint Mary and Saint Nicholas in what's now Germany..
"alday" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"To think when was the last time the number one, I guess it would be shocked. Shocked the number one, no guy. Yeah, he was no joy was an elite. Oh, talking about Jordan was in the league at the time? Yeah. But was Jordan always? Yes. Jordan was never Jordan was. Okay. All right. Well, we got shocked. Non Laker drafty became to our team. Weather's free agents or Trey was shack where you had this type of energy in the building for the first time. And that's what it feels like eating made his debut the corpse of Lou Alday shit. LeBron I, it's, it's, it's not just the Paul moves better. It's not just that Paul and I, it was fascinating things, but it's the expectations that he brings in game two game about what might happen tonight. And then the expectation on top of it of what he might bring the season women especially come into the Lakers has been down for the last five or so years. You bring in a guy like this. So immediately you get kicked up Vegas kick you up. Everybody else's gonna kick you up. The excitement is there to the anti patient. Like you said earlier, Travis no matter where you traveled to. You can go to Sacramento back to back. People are going to tune in Sacramento, backpacks in Phoenix back the backs and then land in Dallas. Everybody's going to Dallas to be meet you here. They're going to be sold out pack Rena because at one guy in the Brian, James was gonna lift. Everybody else up. It terms that they play. I think you we talked about in choked about who's gonna be Robin number two, but you're Mckee, man. It's not. I'm just telling you. Number is not the number two Robin superstar. All that stuff. No is just his play gets elevated to a whole 'nother level because of this particular person, he's Golden State with these superstars. But yes, sometimes it's just the way you talk to people guy fall. We know the bras is next to him in the locker and makes him fill a certain way it now. To do the simple fact that he's damn me's. The Brown one him there that alone has bounced has to give a little bounce, but we can't also underestimate how important is having a nother garlic Rondo in the floors. Well, someone who knows how to get you the ball where you can be most successful and when it comes to to Vail McGee once he gets on the pain because of his bounce and his length, he's going to get a good shot. If he's focused in on the game, I season games as if he's focused. If he's like this for the duration we cling Capello partout and we saw that worked Houston. He's gonna be lebrons presidency will make him be what you just described. He he's not going to be shocked in the fool jail. He's going to be the the warriors chevelle. He's going to be the clink Capelle of version of javale McGee. They can run to the rim that can defend the can do all the things that cappella does, but he's going to be doing them here and it's because of LeBron which keep coming in. And I've been around players. In the NFL that people looked at that was another teams and I like man is to leave hell. What are you going?.
"alday" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"I would never vote to change for it and they all are east of the Mississippi. There's your ads. Yeah, I guess that's. That's pretty sure they might want to change it, but the the teams are never gonna vote for not convinced. I actually think if he's even silver clearly wants shade. Right, can seem like he's entertained it. Yeah, he would like to do it. I'm sure he would like to do it from a business standpoint, but the east teams will not vote for the notion though of the travel to me is silly because especially in the frustration that's nonsense. Yeah, at least he's for it. So they have to make up with an excuse that just as beyond right east is the travel in the first two weeks long, the first round of the plan, but it has nothing to do with trap has everything to do with the east. Teams won't vote for it. So they're not going to put in the same way that the Lakers magically people, their draft picks. I'm sure the lesion figure out how to get them in the playoffs. If they need it would affect regular season travel though. Right? You would have to, they'd had to away with plan to do about four. So it would affect her. It affect travel on that love you. But it also again, it's it comes down to the fact that there's a lot of teams that you have no incentive to vote for. Let's grab one. More. You're Asian Inglewood. Good as real quick. What's as as Donald you cut? Right man. Last Davidson is like that purple is from Starbucks. The energy is just too much man. When he was out there. It was just like, you know, he get the ball. He just wanted. He just wanna shoot all you want to penetrate. It's no ball movement. The defense out there looks horrible. Nobody know what to do on defense. They're going under the screen. They're switching their backing up. It's like, what are you guys doing this case in like the defense to keep. And I think what we when we lost unions, Randall, that's going to hurt us a lot. Thinks about it. If you saw Joe's Randall than you're taking us up out of the bidding for a marquee marquee exile. And that's what it boils down to. It does. Hypocrite doesn't because you guy playing as well as Randall. Is it a team friendly contract would have been very easy to move? Actually think we'd give them a chip this year to trade, especially after Lou Alday off the off the roster at a salary level that would have made him very appealing. But I didn't know they would be out of the Paul George rusher there's, there's a lot of moving parts are the Lakers better with Jewish Randall or with Rondo and Lance. Well, over a one year, I mean getting right and also Brian's, assuming that again, Julius Randle continues to play well with LeBron or continued to stay healthy. I. This rookie year foot injury. Basic. That's basically the trade they made a contract. No. Julius would be a multi year deal, but he signed up. He essentially signed a one plus one team because he had no choice. Yeah. Any suitors? I am of the opinion that they screw that up, but it wasn't a short tournament saying the end nearly definitely Jewish random that was the choice. They may find Rondo in the Rondo thing. That makes a lot of sense because they didn't have a backup point guard last year. It was Brandon Ingram. Rondo can make them significantly better even if he's not right Boston Rondo because he fills a need a big neat that they did not have last. Yeah, for sure. Trotting out Tyler Ennis all the time, one hundred percent they, they haven't been. Dave mcmenamin shot it insider Tim Bontemps NBA national columnists with Washington Post. I didn't got to run gentlemen. Thank you so much for hanging out anytime. I appreciate it. So coming up next we got what's trending Katie and Kyrie in the news. We'll tell you why..
"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?.
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.