19 Burst results for "Allieu"

"allieu" Discussed on The Clapper Report

The Clapper Report

05:05 min | 10 months ago

"allieu" Discussed on The Clapper Report

"His washrooms ability has roskill as raw skills. They're them won't give them the play to play him like again. Nelson byu walsham. Second line would be sick. I'd be okay with them on the top line even but again. I'm talking about a package right now. is only twenty one bro. He's got a he's got a lego man had the i i appreciate it but oh yeah now washrooms ugly. He's got a square as head bro. It looks like a square. I was looking at where he was born. Because i for some reason. I thought he was born in new york. He's born in maine though. Yeah maine yarmouth maine no So i think he played in boston college or something like that. Yeah i i'm pretty sure that's note. Was it. It was in massachusetts boston college for a year. So my idea. I love hill castle for some reason. You know it kind of looks like you me. We kind of look alike. He likes hotdogs. He's not gonna play with nathan mackinnon. we get him fifty percent retained. I think it's like four million. Three million You include allieu include bailey and not trade you already cover him and more and bots arizona's defense of course looking bleak but arizona wouldn't want bailey they're rebuilding arizona wouldn't take bailey they wouldn't take bailey has two years left or year. They wouldn't take him though they won't pay some prospects but i'm saying like you would take him play ear and it'd probably be more like a bellows thing well well but i'm saying you bellows you'd get picks and then you take bailey just to terminate his contract next season Because the islanders aren't gonna just give you these picks for absolutely nothing and they're getting a player return phil kessel. But he's on the last year of his didn't didn't they give arizona someone for like well. Yeah we already had a trade. We already had a tray. Took lad from us for like absolutely a million again. They're taking contracts just to get rid of him just to get pixel bailey's different. Those bailey's a caliber player. I think that but then they they can flip out the tree. They could flip them at the fucking thing. I don't know what to see again. Arizona doesn't make sense also for the because they don't really have a lot of defensive like debt. I took a look at it But now if you go back to everyone's favourite injured player tarasenko. There's more options for d. From there but rumors have it that davila's of all those talks and i would. I would not be comfortable with that. I don't want that move And also shout you islander fans. I love you guys. But if there's another person who says komarov is going to be moved euro is you're wrong online unless repaying to move him which we're not gonna do. Leo com rav will be playing for the near calendars and other season But yeah that's it for me on the islanders lasting. I do want to mention though. Is that bridgeport. The governor of connecticut is putting together a package for the sound tigers for them to stay for another decade. I hope that doesn't happen. I hope they come to nasa calcium. Because it's going to be completely obsolete they're going to burn that place down. Do not sign that talk. That's it for bridgeport talk. What the fuck. Why can't i look i am. I'm done bro so Do you have anything. I wanted to look at real quick Oh a trade for the islanders by them back. But i can't. I can't find i for some reason. It's not take your time. take your time. I'm ready to go so we are ready..

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"allieu" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"allieu" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Is that any good or is it not good so yes. I guess to answer your question. I've always take that free. Space is very important. I mean i see it in in in these conversations that we have with other artists and photographers. And i mean even thinking about his own podcast sometimes just having no is on you a little bit of freedom to do. What you want is the way interesting. Things are absolutely a must start to have an agenda. You know as soon as you're showing and people are judging your work in starts to starts to get in there from accused you. Are you familiar. I'm sure you're familiar with but do you know the work of saul later and allieu. We i mean thinking about painting as well as the east village in his work and cars for that matter to yeah interesting. Beautiful beautiful things by him. I'm one of my regrets. And i don't have many but then i never introduce myself to him and got to know before he passed away right. Did you bump into on the street i mean. Would you recognize them if you did okay. Yeah 'cause i imagine you guys you guys probably walk same blocks a few times they can pick no or is your cool I actually have a question about one particular variety of few photos. And and if you don't mind ellen again. Jill jump in anytime..

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"allieu" Discussed on Living In God's Rhyme Podcast

Living In God's Rhyme Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"allieu" Discussed on Living In God's Rhyme Podcast

"Though. If you're going to take off on an endeavor have a group of of friends a group of people who believe like you do who will be part of that journey with you. It may be your journey. But they're there to to give you support and help you pick you up when you fall down and when you're have doubts to lift you up and i think that I haven't felt that in in the books until this podcast so that's really helped me to to do that. Road that's so Advice that i haven't even written a poem about lean on others but hopefully they need. They need i. Yeah case going to be happy that we're promoting her and i wanna put a link to her Her book folks in the show notes on rate fell as did. Jim was interviewed by kate delaney on radio. An and it's a great interview can find it. it's out there. I got his look now. I can on it. God still rhymes facebook page and I'm friends with kate on facebook and she liked to a post. I mean the other. That was i. Remember this correctly By head dog. I would name him dog but had a dad a half. If it had a car. I would name him otto. If i had a parrot. I would name him shut up. If i had a car. I would name him or that's wrong. That's wrong thing on the wrong line. I forgot it if i had a mind. Yes if i had a parent him shut up. If i had a mind never mind. Yeah it was good folks Yeah it's one of those things Allieu you turn off the light. After he said that. I don't know what i had a mind. I don't know what i'd do time to turn off. The light is looking to stuff way to faster. After all these years as my mind just goes to rhymes. That's all it. I i love ryan it nava. Dibs we're lucky. Do we really are. Let me get back to Where i was a.

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How voice AI is disrupting industries with Mike Zagorsek

VUX World

07:10 min | 1 year ago

How voice AI is disrupting industries with Mike Zagorsek

"Thank you for the introduction as you said, the product marketing at at Sound Hound Really Marketing in general and been company about four years. Really to help grow awareness. Grow the business and. and. Really find and match companies and organizations who are looking to add voice interface of their products with. US essentially. We. And as you Dustin, as you pointed out we do have a long history we started in two thousand and five. The first ten years of the company's life was really known for this music recognition APP if And that was them strategic for a number of reasons. One is that it's in the round, the volume detection, but it really allowed our co-founders who were Stanford Ph D. students with a vision voice. The really give them the ten years that they needed to develop this independent voice platform hound defy. So in Twenty fifteen, almost ten years to the day. Of the founding they revealed Apply for three all. And thus brought us to conversations like this today. So is that the plan all along or was it something where overtime you saw? Hey, this is a growth opportunity we need to be in there. That was the plan all along. So it. The specifically, the the PA she thesis of our co-founders was I. Don't remember it exactly but you really around voice interface systems. In the form of a platform. So they they knew that to do it the way they wanted to, and ultimately the way it works with somehow today. Would take a long time so the As you can imagine for anyone in in a startup environment. Looking to raise capital saying well, we have this great idea for voice interface system, but it will take ten years. Usually Isn't the turnaround time that most investors are looking for so. The, the music recognition service was born from that and it really. It pave the way for. For, where we are now so it was always the vision and the, but the brand is very much associated with the the APP. The APP has three hundred million downloads worldwide. So keeping the company name, the same as the APP is a great way for people to get that instant recognition and then. And then this is the marketing side of me say was great that you love the music out but it's tell you about what we're doing now, versus if we completely rebranded and changed your name, we really be erasing ten years of awareness in momentum. You Justin. I. Come across. This was a long time ago actually and I can't remember who it was. That was talking about it but it was probably maybe even two years ago it might have been on the voice possum. But it was all about how there is the the company has managed to get. Some tremendous benefit. From first of all, actually trying to recognize audio. And I'm wondering whether you know whether this is part of your not in terms of like maybe what benefits has the company had that's maybe unique to sound given the Google Nuance. Amazon you know IBM they all haven't come from an area of of trying to identify or the types of audio they've just kind of tried to specialize in speech. Is there anything specifically that you're aware of the May have kind of given sound a little bit of an added edge through being able to recognize music. There's definitely a correlation there in fact what In addition to the music recognition, one of the features that a subset of. Users. Love is what we call our sing recognition and so we were the pioneers of that where if you had a tune in your head and you set, you sang it into Pratap about new. Sang it. There would match a database of songs and the way that worked was It was crowd source of people with sing the song and uploaded leverage that information and that way if you sang and even if it was not sung particularly well. He would match up and so the combination music recognition but also being a pioneer in this singing humming you. You're getting a feel for how does how do you deconstruct audio? and. And then match it to to patterns such that you can provide the right amount of response. There's definitely differences I would be wrong for me to say that. Everything. We took in music recognition able to parlay into the voice, but there certainly is a healthy overlap which which took advantage up. And you alluded to it earlier with a waiting. With hound defy what is hounded I, what is it that sound out as offering now in addition to the music recognition? Yeah, great segue. It's is the name of our voice Ai Platform? The it's Applied for a minute product. So users can create a free account on how dot com they log in, and it's a developer environment and You mmediately get access to. Voice. Interface product you can Enter Commands Program responses, we also have what we refer to as domains. So we've hundreds of a few hundred remains. and. They work. If you zoom out they work similar to something like Alexa skill or Google. Action. The differences that you are the ones that you want for your proxy with your voice enabling an APP or. Not Product And you decide. You wanted to be able to handle things like whether stock sports scores. Through how you can enable that and the Nice thing is there's no pressure on the user to then take any action so few and then ask the product you say. What's the you know the score weekend for the football. Game. It'll just answer because it's been enabled. So giving developers control. They get. Our our. Voice recognition are allieu response is access to the domains and and now we've We've we've prioritized working with partners. So if you now view are using the Mercedes and you ex cloud-based experienced. Honda Hondas Automotive, which we can talk about but also We're powering we have a partnership with Deutsche Telekom powering some of their their their products in the IOT space In the US, we have MUSICA music partner Pandora also snapchat so it's It's a it's a great tool to show the power. You can do when you have control, but it's also something we've been able to really invest with partners to elevate what they're doing in a way that's highly visible

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"allieu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Fifty percent of you did a very good job. Fifty percent of you said Kevin Durant would be our Dural proven top performer way to go out on a limb. You're right. Thirty nine points. Remember, he's Kevin Durant. He'll tell you any given the warriors a lead after being down by thirteen in the second hand send you back to the fourth quarter ten to one to go Houston. Gained three with John Barry here, Sean. Kevin is six three pointers now in his game ties. His flare off career-high the third time. He said six eight three in postseason game thirty nine total fifties. The number will watch for that would match his playoff career, high total points, and they've taken the lead warriors on top ninety four ninety three us tonight of their own time on heart and love to the rim. Allieu Ford foul. Pella was looking to flush and loonie picks up the personal thought Jay was interesting when the two teams at the time out. Kevin Durant went to the warriors bench set out. Nobody would talk to them for sit by them as if he was a pitcher working on a no hitter. Tony. No, no, well, four for four for ten points, less than two minutes to start the quarter and other free. Throw miss Houston nine of sixteen from the line golden stayed in that third quarter. They were nine of nine in the quarter from the free throw line when he used to one of four that's why you make eight. Threes, or you lose the courts, right? You make one throw an ORs make nine and the next one goes with the pillow..

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"allieu" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"That makes sense. I did not know that you would not know that makes sense. Yeah. Jason what actor starts with Kirstin Dunst in the movie elizabethtown? Yeah. I I would even have the foggiest will Ferrell. No, Orlando bloom. That's crazy. If I did not know that I would not know that. Well. Thank you have these Golding nuggets intelligence sometimes scores zero what basketball term is defined as offensive play in which a player throws the ball up near the basket to a teammate who jumps catches the ball. And immediately scores a basket. Well, I mean, it technically is that. Well, yeah. But denoting the way we did it. It's an alley. Yeah. Yes. You're sitting with the play. But I mean by definition, that's alleyoop. Yeah. So I'd have to say Allieu, even though you could argue this. I think it's it's an buzzer. I think she got it wrong. No, I'm so sorry. But the way the question was detail. To one term is defined as this specific thing. I mean, you Ida argue the fact that you got such a hard question, right? Jumps catches the ball and Amelia. Jason what are you most likely buying? If you're shopping at Sephora, your Lord he gets buying. Most likely. Yeah. Current score one to nothing there. Don, Draper was a main character on what TV drama, Jen. Oh, I know. It's not coming. Yeah. That means..

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"allieu" Discussed on Podcasts - Love & Light School of Crystal Therapy

Podcasts - Love & Light School of Crystal Therapy

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on Podcasts - Love & Light School of Crystal Therapy

"The crystal thing about. Them in what they might most need right now. And just let yourself be guided to choose the right one. Now, Cindy mentioned releasing expectations about choosing and working with your crystals. And she brings him some really good points. Here. She says when you're looking for that perfect, crystal it's important to release expectations going into the selection process and know that you're going to find just the right one for you. Of course, it's really important to feel that connection with a piece that you get and not just settle for something. But she warns sometimes we get to specific on what we want, and we miss out on opportunities to work with another piece that would offer just as much if not more positive, energy and healing. So don't get too locked into what you think you should do or should be working with. And instead allow yourself to be really open minded when you go into the process. Of selection, hold your intention in your mind. When you go to choose your, crystal and see what comes through Sunday says, you know, often people go shopping for specific crystal based on what they've read in a book, or when a friend has told them, and they've built up all these expectations that the crystal is going to help them in the same way, it did their friend or exactly what was written in the book. And she quotes a really great book called steps on the stone path by Robert sorrow. We have linked to that in the blog post that accompanies this week's podcast and the quote is continuing to use the stones as mere objects for our use is like using the holy grail for a beer mug. A great reminders. And he says that stones are not just objects to be used. However, we see fit because crystals can offer us energy. And we need to remain open to whatever they bring us rather than holding an expectation. For them to perform like train circus animals, and what one person might experience with particular. Crystal is going to be vastly different for another person. We're all at different stages of our lives and come from different backgrounds, and we're all in different places emotionally and mentally. And this can play a big factor and how we respond to crystals energy now. Similarly, some people are really sensitive to energy and can feel crystals vibrations temperatures sensations simply by touching them. Other people need to spend a lot more quiet time with their crystals through meditation to really connect with infielder energy. And she says crystals are energy and energy is information. We is our brain suppresses information. So when we introduce something new within our energy field, our brain going to try and find something similar to associate that experience with. So we're trying to put this into context and understand what we're feeling our brain is kind of. Figuring it out and all our brain has to go on are the life experiences that we've had up until this point. And that's a big reason why we all perceive an interpret crystal energy differently. So Cindy, kind of summarizes by saying so when you're choosing crystal the very best thing, you can do is choose from your intuition. Choose a crystal because it feels good to you because you're drawn to it. And because you feel a genuine connection to it rather than analyzing from more of a logical perspective what you need, and why you need it, and how will benefit you just choose from your heart, and she says surrender to the experiences the learning and the growth that it can bring you. Now, she also warns us might include some triggers or some uncomfortable moments because in order to grow we often have to move outside of our comfort zone, but crystals can really help stimulate this growth and make us face. Some of the things that are prevent. Eighteen us from growing. So I just wanna thank Cindy from Cornelius dones crystals for sharing this post. And I could not agree more with the sentiments that she's expressed in this article. I hope that you've found a lot of Allieu today show, and that you have a little bit more wisdom and guidance under your about when it comes to selecting your own crystals..

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"allieu" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Low in this game. So you kinda get into much otherwise, you're pressure. Be sure it's no kidding gun. Got enough fresh around us already. So. Yeah. So when you were done with Allieu, you moved over to a different aspect of the business, which I think is helped a lot in your in your current training regimen. You went to nihil Brennan who's one of the great consigners in our sport today. I did. And that basically David Hanley as low because I when I can no I wanted to take the career here and talked to David, and he was going to suggest that maybe tonight, you know, and the how they the tingle system. Works here. You know, gets a lotta horses in from unions and get some brokers and a lot of sales or even a lot of them. Don't go to the food prepared them free, trains and density amount that are. Honors and part of he has their of this job him and his team those he's very similar to of the meaner board very level headed I've never seen. Got mad eater. They just go wrong to be group and. I thought that was on the phone book down the shadow, or you know. They you know, they they work with to make it work things going to go around. So you have to keep a cool head and get it back on track. Yeah. I I've known a lot of people that have worked for now Brennan. And and they just have thoroughly enjoyed their experiences there and learned a lot. He must be a fantastic teacher. Eighteen o of the loss. You kind of tell him that these facing the big head. I I love me to say as you know, typical Irish people be slagging each other a little bit about turbo is hangman offer things praises. He does a great job down there on these phone call, and who these assistant there, he he does a great job a great team down there. Did he give you any pointers as to what to look for? When you buy a horse. You know, my heart down there. So, you know, he'd be playing nice one to you and sunny, learn Milkin a knife hearts. You know, you see what a night partisan into looks like an inspected us scenario, again, the might be to Arthur together. But I like one of a ward in the under with the equally good. It's like you picked a red or the black tower and all its whichever your preference. But they're both equally is good. And you know, they have to be balanced. They have to be look at the you have to be corrected. The can be we go to wind look like Lisa's ending become a pedigree as well. Better. I always encourage people when they go to the racist to go to the paddock. It's always amazing to me that a lot of people go to the track and they never even go look at the horses. They might see him from a distance in the grandstand or whatever. But they don't get up close and personal. And I think more people would enjoy their day. And and learn more about the sport. If they went to the paddock once in a while. They would I think I'm a big fun at because you see how hard time the Neo cash if Torino after Kim look on edge or would like to meaner wants he'll Cajun and getting them. Nice to see him around. The paddock. You know? What way the on.

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SpaceShipTwo rocket plane carries three people for first time

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

09:31 min | 3 years ago

SpaceShipTwo rocket plane carries three people for first time

"Welcome to the club for. Thanks. I like this club. The mission was the fifth rocket pow test flight by virgin galactic in the skies above California during the current tests campaign as well as stabling in you out that you'd record for spe sheep to the flight also said a new speed record for unity of MAC three point zero four also for the first time unity carried a three person crew. Instead of just the usual pilots virgin, galactic. Chief astronaut instructor Beth Moses, accompany the pilots on the test flight in order to check out. What feature space tourists can expect to experience during their journeys and also to act as mission specialist to monitor research payloads aboard the flight this Pat of Nasr's flopportunity program privileged to be the first Kevin evaluator in space to via says unity as the chief astronaut instructor just performed the first in-flight Kevin evaluation in space of what our customers will experience in flight. So it was a great day. So the heart of the evaluation was. The inspectors microgravity portion. So once the rocket motor cut off, the pilots cleared me to unstrapped from my see the first thing actually did was start my stop watch. So I would know win to get back in my seat. And then I unstrapped and did a slow egress to a window took a look at the beautiful clear. Clear. Clear view out the window, and then just to make sure I could safely start back in. And there was no issue at the hardware. I went ahead, and strut my lap belt back in once that was all done I unstrapped again in valuated a different way to get out of the seat. And then I've Allieu waited a part of the Kevin see how it rotated around me. And then I went up to the view, you can get from apogee out of the top windows, which was silent and beautiful and clear, and I was quite happy to be near the cockpit with our pilots to celebrate apogee. And we all sort of marveled at how magic it was then apogee proceeded with Kevin evaluations. I took a look at the upside down view kind of spider manning along the ceiling to see what you could see doing that. And then took a glance at the back of the cabin. And then headed back to my seat and evaluated how to get back into seat and was strapped in for entry. And interestingly, you could sort of see ice crystals right out the window and then the beautiful curvature of the earth. It was so black in space and so clear and bright, especially with snow on the mountains. You could see the Pacific Ocean. See the southwestern United States felt like I was infinitely high. It was just beautiful. It was the most amazing thing. So so so clear reaching apogee experiencing. A few minutes of weightlessness unity begin to reenter the atmosphere at MC two point seven eventually gliding to a perfect runway lending back at the Mojave airport. The missions achieved several I for commercial manned spaceflight, including the first time. Three people to flown in space aboard a commercial spaceship, the first time non polit, flew aboard a commercial spaceship into space and the first time that Krugman, but has floated freely without restraint in space aboard a commercial spacecraft the successful floods. Good news for the more than six. People who've already paid two hundred and fifty thousand US dollars or at least put down at a posit for one virgin, galactic plan ninety minutes. Several tourist spaceflights to find out more and you're ugly. Speaking with astronomy, Dr freight Watson space tourism and virgin galactic has just done a flight, which has been historic for more than one reason. Obviously, it was a success and very spectacular images on the base news website. If you wanna look it up, but something else extrordinary happened here, and it involved one of the astronauts, indeed shy. Let me read what he said when he came down and landed back in the Mojave desert if you're gonna quite imbedded to the accent, thus while I was going to say. Yes. Move and nicely control throughout the top of the from space, which exceeded all our expectations. I'm sorry. Dave, dave. Really sorry. Really good. Really good. Look as an under a Scotsman can get away with that. Usually.

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"allieu" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on No Agenda

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"allieu" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on No Agenda

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"allieu" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Source, and I felt like we needed that in light of the financial crisis. It was failing in part because it had some exposure was a Bank that was the it was a Bank in California that own the fifth largest subprime mortgage company in the country. And we didn't buy that. The regulators sold that to someone else, and we bought the branches and clean Bank, basically. And then we merged our company into it. And then, and we you know that worked out very well. In fact, we got an award from the Obama administration something called the Bank enterprise award for lending to disadvantaged communities, and you and then you had one more turn of the wheel this alliance partners. That was just something I had invested in when I see which was a a effectively cooperative to help community. Now. What point did you say I'm going to run for office? So I thought about in two thousand six, but I didn't think it was the right time to leave my company, and there was an open Senate seat in Maryland. Why did you think about it? 'cause I always wanted to you know, I shouldn't say always wanna do. But once I started again volved in community service and philanthropic work, I April, and I realized that that's where we were getting what felt like all the rewards in our life, but one doesn't have to run for public. No to do it. But. I just felt like I had developed set of leadership skills that were useful public office. And I thought my understanding of the private economy, and how it works having spent all this time working closely with thousands of small to mid size businesses, all of the country was something that was really needed in government because the policies that I saw coming out of the government. I didn't see his very conducive to creating that type of job growth. So I thought I had something to offer I enjoy leadership position and taking on new challenges and solving problems. And there are so many things I saw about how our government functioned that. I thought I could add a lot of Allieu on you ran for congress in two thousand twelve and you've got elected to a Seton Maryland of formerly formerly hill by Republican been redistricted was a little more hospitable to Democrats in your able to win that seat. And you just finished your third term you've left congress. How does one make the transition from being an executive? And having affect of control to being a member of congress, a junior member of congress and having virtually no control. Well, it it was that transition and it was frustrating time. There's no question about that. But I think pretty early on. I realized that. It's different at the end of the day..

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"allieu" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on Get Up!

"Dirt with a nice ovation from the crowd. He certainly deserves that of course, expected to be less game there. The game is tied at twenty four later in the first drill in the free. There is and the Mavs take the free point second quarter. Dennis Smith junior Allieu lobbed and Anthony Smith slams at home Smith Smith right there. That was nice third quarter. We go the Mavericks bike thirteen Smith junior. Finding on. On that beat the buzzer. By the way, the Mavericks up by sixteen by fifteen here. And this the nice new to the bucket in a triple double thirteen points in rebounds, fifteen assists, and the Mavericks of twenty three. So let's go ahead and go to the fourth quarter. Then why don't we Matt's bike twenty six and finding Dirk four three. That's pretty there too for three from three season-high fourteen points. And here's what he had to say about his warm reception at MSG. Wrong. Always remember for us in my in my life and tiled. You know, the the reception the. You know, the the respect for what I did or whatever the last two decades. So it's been it's been emotional times. And but yeah, something I'll never forget. Yeah. All the teams that have won in Jeet since the Knicks last greening are trying to get out of it. Nets Hornets sons hall, two bucks Pacers. Sixers thunder rockets heat Mavericks college, Oklahoma, Florida, Seton Hall Columbia's Saint John's Duke Villanova's Saint John's again, Illinois, Georgetown, the NHL jets coach Golden Knights Rangers. Flyers blue jackets penguins..

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"allieu" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"Services targeting, weddings and events. They are always up against this impression that your flowers must be cheaper because they're just from a farm and you're bringing those and I don't know if you've run into that. But like your environment that you're selling them in is is deserving of those flowers, the you know, that isn't elevating. We should say what all flowers are just from our farm because happens farms. Halfway across the globe. Yeah. Their big corporate farms. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. And it comes down to you know, shipping and growing practices and everything we just like, I guess, I guess we both share this. Deborah about a commitment to local flowers, and you know, using seasonal materials that that can be grown close by. And they're not of lesser Allieu. As a result congressional really beautiful stuff. Lucky? I think that we're we're in a we're in a spot in New York where the community really values its farms, and they really appreciate their farms. They love their farms, and they want to keep their farms around. And so we've had a lot of support just for that reason. And then also just to go back to you know, like showcase in the flowers. I will say with with weddings and brides, it has made all the difference in the world having this beautiful spot as far as the perception of whatever flowers are are services because if you have a consultation at the farm, you're you're pulling up next to our muddy pickup. Like, maybe like pulling your car in between the tractors and you'd better be wearing boots. And you're coming into our barn for the consultation and for some rises perfect. It's exactly what they want. Right. But for others. They get nervous and having this like beautiful retail space that they can walk into instantly. I think make some trust us more like us some legitimacy. Yeah. The link to a lawn or some Atelli a or something like that. Right really presents like what the? Right is what we're doing in a great way. But I think the core kind of value of the business and one that we're trying to really hold on to as we navigate this new kind of terrain of retail flower. Shop just commitments to are growing Pak, practices and source. Our product. Yeah. And also kind of you're in this place that values community, and this is yet another way to engage community and to create connections with your neighbors. And I think that's really why it's so inspiring to see that happening in what could be considered a small town. It's really interesting just a lot of people speak about, you know, our. Need to connect to farms, and you know, reconnect to our food systems reconnect to where you know, flowers or source and stuff like that. The the interesting thing that we found when we opened up this space was that it helped to reconnect us to the community that we serve just as farmers. You can sorta get lost in the and be a little bit isolated in what you're doing. And it just really nice to have this public space for us to connect with her our customer, CSA members people coming in for classes and just sorta share. You know, this whole thing that we're done. Where where people picketing their CSA pickups prior just at your farm or another place. Yeah. It was that at the farm in this junk, he'll flora cooler that we got your free when we started. And the town the farm is in there's there's not much there. There's not much draw. So just being in the next town of the road where people are already has really helped her center are CSA grew. Geez. How much like a lot? A lot this year..

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"allieu" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on Back To Back

"The media side have. I mean, I'm sure it does. But does it strongly have those issues as well? As far as a lot of it being white, dude, focus because I see more from the artists side where I definitely noticed the issue. But I've never really thought about if it's the same thing on the media side. I would say I mean, probably as much as any other industry, there is a level of it. But I think that from what I've noticed at least there's less of it in in the sense that I think a good media outlet respects different perspectives and different ways that people tell stories and the number one way to do that is to find people who are different, you know, like, you you get a different story when you are, you know, younger than that writer or you grew up in a different place in that writer, or if you look different than that writer. I think you just naturally will get a different story because you're looking at things differently and people talk to you about different things. So I think less in that way. But I mean. As every industry there. Yeah. Of course. And I think that's that's a good note. Just for anyone who thinks about getting into this industry. Right. Is that your perspective? And what you bring to the table is more valuable than almost anything else and your specific experiences. No one has that. But you so. Yeah. How much of what you do for your work is something that's pitched to you versus something that you personally, just say, I wanna write a story about this. And what do you look for when it is pitched you like what catches your your is? Yeah. I mean, I think definitely at this point care. It's a lot less of like what's pitched me versus like. Okay. I found that really interesting, and we're gonna go for it. And that's not to say that PR is important because there's a lot of Allieu in having somebody on your on your side working really hard on the PR side. But yeah, I think I just realized a long time ago that people. Are looking for stuff like this. You know, like they wanna hear the kind of off guard perspective of like an artist or story, or whatever it is. They don't need the same click bait copy paste post that has been fed out to a lot of people already. And it takes a lot more work to do stuff. Like that as I'm sure, you know. But I think the value is always so much higher. You know, like, you always get along people like when somebody comes out of something that you created wrote recorded, whatever. And they're like, wow. I really like never thought about it that way or like that's new to me that that's like, oh, I've done it. That's it. I'm good. I don't need anything else. But that or if they're like angry about if they don't agree with it. But they're like thinking about it differently. You're like cool. I don't agree with you. But like at least you're thinking about it differently. That's awesome too. So it's a human connection again. Right. Yeah. I think that's so valuable I'll wrap this up the only other thing I wanted to ask is this whole time while you were talking I've been thinking about the questions I ask a lot of artists on this show. And one thing we end up covering lot is sort of musical influences, and that sort of thing, but I'm curious if on urine were there writers who influenced you along the way or other outlets. You know, any big ones that really affected the way you thought about what? You did or change the way you thought about what you did. Yeah. We're even your life. Yeah. Definitely. I mean, there's a lot of really impressive music writers. But I think as you finish that question is that other people in your life, and it kind of always comes down to I mentioned before that like, my mom traveled a lot when she was when I was young and she took me with her, and my mom, actually is a professor of criminal Justice just kind of wild and her research specialization is in human trafficking, which is kind of crazy when you start thinking about it. And I grew up with that like a early exposure..

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"allieu" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Forecast or every year that talks about the negative value attributed to lower end catchers, and I don't want a guy getting negative Allieu on my teams on willing to kind of take a shot on a guy a little bit earlier in a two catcher format then I necessarily would just because I don't. That guy giving me negative value. Great. I mean, it talks also talked about this for a while for me. He's always been one of the best guys around catchers when I've been in drafts with him. He he's not afraid to spend money a catcher and go out get in the catch elite to go and spend money on the to look I was looking at my whole leagues where he retargeting and found that it's in my A-league, I have Sarino set one dollar then by the place. Why are the other catch on the Nova turn their of it in my national it my all was Austin Barnes and Tucker Barnhart, and I have them for one and two dollars. Now in this in that, particularly you only to keep seven days, and even those prices I still have other guys that I wanna keep as so I'm gonna throw those guys back in. There's some upside in that. But I thinking that's not there's other guys was with limited keepers as not worth it. But if I didn't have keepers, I would probably keep both those guys and just move forward. Because I think Barnhart is doesn't kill you. There's a little bit of upside air in Austin Barnes depends, which I have him shows up at that price of willing to take that that, but that's one of those examples where league format they keep her situation dictates what I'm going to completely. Let's let's jump into tears and talk about the first year, which is only two players as Gary Sanchez in JT, real Muto. And if you look in the show notes over on your whatever podcast player using you can see put the ADP's. I was absolutely shocked that Gary Sanchez is still going ahead of JT muzo after last year. What are your thoughts on these guys? Do you want either of them? And who would you take over the other? I would take real policies trade. With you look at that. Miami Marlins lineup. Why in the hell would you pitch to this guy? That's by. But as soon as he traded that concerned goes away right now, the ADP is essentially time that the eight point six fifty nine point four. That's the time. So associated straight. It's Joe better lineup real user number one Cheshire in in my in my book that said am I willing to spend a pick in the first five rounds of twelve team makes league on a catcher. No, I'm not a Sanchez. I have concerns about him. He had that that his front shoulder surgery on November eighth? So that disrupts what he's been able to do in the season to get him..

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"allieu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sunny skies expected today. Highs near thirty four degrees. It'll feel a little colder with the wind tonight partly cloudy lows around thirty and then tomorrow, Tuesday, we do have a slight chance of snow in the morning and then rain for most of the day with a high near forty four degrees. Welcome back to news hour coming up next. Yemen's worsening humanitarian situation we'll have a report from the port city of her data. But first Celtic connections is one of Scotland's major at music festivals held each January in Glasgow. Now twenty five years old. It's spreading swings beyond the music of the Celtic cultures of Scotland and Ireland this year bans from Mali were among the attractions are arts correspondent, Vincent Dowd reports now on the African connection. Some I'm more mature the basis of sunglasses. Sunway blues have only existed for five years aband- quickly became leading exponents of what son called desert blues. Lead singer Allieu Torah says the same way name evokes a time when that country Molly was how United. All of that tribes doggone Forlani song where all of those people used to be together as a country has the same kingdom like UK. We want to bring all of that people together again. It's an interesting time for African talent in Europe and America, the world music classification is a generation old now. So does Omar still accept the label where African we prefer that is well than erupt bad of lose battle for Batten. Ward music by passionately hate that caliph of world music. The your music to like a little tally box, which is not right. So well people head that groove of drum and bass and the whole energy people forgot that all all the blues and stuff Reagan. They all come from Africa. Also forgot. Donald.

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"allieu" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"For blues and funk, so high just feel about the w word people talk about world music, some people don't like that phrase. How you with the phrase world music, more unfed, Marzuk rock music. Of your last week. Music says best Khukri Yati came originally from Africa in that sense. African music already is the music of the world. How do you describe your music music do mourn the best music in the world? Leftovers. Kudos splits her life between singing, jazz and soul and working as a psychiatrist in a sense. I found my tribe found people that understood what was going for musically. It's been great move into Glasgow in many ways for that reason. I'm still very Nigerian. Accents very Glaswegian right now. I can switch. But so I've always it never leaves. You. I can never really separate myself from being in Asia and African 'em. It always comes in. The concept of world music. He's getting harder to define the never certainly Kudo and some wave lose a treading, very different paths. But Allieu Tura is sure African music will grow as a power has around the world, his groovy African music is Africa's goofy. Basically, even if you walk down the street. You just mitt Keith, dancing and jumping around. These google..

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"allieu" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"allieu" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"So they could feel good. So they can rise up not lording it over people and only with the most judicious use. Because look I'm not afraid to make a decision at the end of the day. I have to lead but only stepping into that and doing that when I. I feel that this the safety of the company is on the line. And if people can do that in their relationship want other people to rise up not be afraid to follow not be afraid to lead either. But not be afraid to follow then beautiful things happen because it's going to rotate throughout that relationship, depending on sons situations like you said there's going to be moments way, you need someone to lead or or you need to follow. But like the one thing they said, she also which I hear a lot. And for some reason, it just really hit me just now is like, you know, when you never to move some people inevitably grow Paul, and it's interesting how we all do see things as like it just happens like in it never just happens. Right. If you always communicating about your wants, your desires, your your pain, be pain points in your life. The things stressing unless you're always communicating that eventually you will grow apart, but it never happens overnight. So if you're aware that that type of thing can happen. How often do you check in with your partner? Right. Like it needs to be. Weekly for sure. And if for whatever reason it can't be weekly because you know, you've got kids or business whatever then make a point to every two weeks every three weeks because I refuse remember thinking this when someone like, oh, you're not the person I want to thank the Lord. I'm all it just made me realize while we really do all grow in little ways every day. And it's like a kid growing up. Right. If you don't see kit for two years, let go my God, you've changed so much visually. But if you seen a dull in how you haven't seen those people for two years, and you see them again, there's no visual element to see that change. So you don't necessarily think of them having changed. And I think that's what happens in relationships you to see each other every day Denison. We communicate. You don't have those discussions, and before you know, it two years apart, and they've actually emotionally changed. But you haven't seen it coming. So now, they seem like a completely different person. God this is an almost endless question of things that we could touch on. But you've got to value change. You've got to want to see your partner grow. They've got a value chain you they've got to want to see you grow. You've got to communicate the ways in which your growing. Well, you've got to communicate the ways in which you're not. So both of us have had to pull the other person aside. So you're hardening too much, and like because you've said that to me I'm like, hyper vigilant for that in my own personality and seeing like little changes in myself where it's like, whoa. I am like I'm getting too tough to stoic but not in like the cool stoic philosophy way. In like, not showing emotion. Always being you know. It's not that you're being to even keeled. But like, you're you're leaning too much on your ability to to gut check and muscle your way through something. And they're the at least for us that has come at the cost of playfulness, which is something that we've Allieu and so being willing to say that your partner and also just being willing to communicate things that you enjoy that you like, even if you're not secure about them, you think that maybe you shouldn't be into it like video games for a long time. I was like worried that like I wasn't working hard enough. If I was playing video games. And I think of us like a kid, right? But I was like fuck it. I like him I like playing and then us doing that together is ended up being something really special. But you have to like own who you are own what you want communicated be open to feedback and seeing that none of us change in grow in the the always the best ways possible light your changing your growing in. One hundred different dimensions. And some of the changes are bad..

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