35 Burst results for "Amir"

"amir" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

04:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"amir" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"And everything's reading's Once or twice a day you're mushrooms so it makes it really really fascinating Amir brother appreciation so much today has been so informative literally like two pages of notes. I wish everybody could see what i just wrote down. Lillian gonna have to sit down in life cheddar reprocess all of is just to feel like i got a good good take on. It's really super grateful for you. And and just your passion for for sharing this information with with people so if people want to connect with you they wanna find more out about what you are out there at the farm which you guys are doing over there at at alchemy. Where's the best place for people to connect with you find online or were you hanging out socially if anywhere yet you can reach us. A alchemy. Mushrooms dot com alchemy with an eye. Contact page there. You can be in direct contact with me and then our instagram alchemy mushrooms on instagram. Shoot a em and will get in contact with any of your listeners. Like to learn about growing mushrooms benefits of mushrooms. We do a lot of behind. Seems farm life on our on farm so you everything learn more. Yeah i feel. There's gonna be a lot of people that are really interested in learning more about what you guys are doing over there appreciate guys. We'll get all the information. Plugged down there So maybe we have one question. We end every episode. Way that it's going to be a little bit off topic of what we discussed here But you know the title of this podcast is is human life and you know what led us here. I shared with you a little bit of of the work that we do. It's kind of been my own kind of personal transformation and it's kind of journey. I've been on for the last three or so years. But when i talk about living superman life from me amir it's really a belief system. It's a way that i try to show up in the world every single day and it's the belief that we were put on this earth for purpose every single one of us has a specific calling on your life and i think you know what yours is but that's only one part of living in superman like the second part is understanding that calling and then doing everything within our power from a physical perspective from emotional perspective for us to grow so we can bring that bring that purpose to the world. So that's what i talk about. When i when i when i talk about living a superman life but i think at the guest take every single episodes as we bring it home here amir. How would you define living superman life. I i actually completely agree with your sentiment. I think life is about finding your passion and it's easier said than done. I mean everyone says you know. Look through passionate. Go for a book. A lot of people just don't know what they wanna do and it really takes a lot of trial and error of testing out different things. Which is you in those things in your life that you obsess over are the things that you're passionate about for me. it was. It was always nutrition. When i was younger. And then after going through this was you. Know really catapulted nutrition in learning about how optimally the body functions with proper nutrition and think living a super human life is is is finding that realization however long it takes you can be sixty years old and find your passion and then just doing everything in your power to benefit others with that passion that you know that covers be superhuman.

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"amir" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

05:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"amir" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"We get into a little bit of this story. What was This autoimmune issue that he had to break through and what we're doctors telling him he was given some pretty Dire you know news in in in debt. We can't help you with this. We can maybe help you manage it. he wasn't willing to accept that we then get into some of the different functional mushrooms. That are out there on breaking down. You know his his top picks four or five of you know the most researched the most beneficial in. Explain to you what they are how they can benefit you. What the what. The benefits are we get a little bit into The use of psychedelics Both in larger dosages in how it's being utilized in research institutions such as johns hopkins In some of the research. That's coming out of there. But then also the use of microdosing which i have a mere do an amazing job of explaining what that is It just prefacing this conversation guys. We obviously address it throughout the episode. We're not licensed. Doctors were not here. Prescribing you know medical medical advice. Were having a conversation about something. That amir is an expert in. It's something i'm interested in so nothing we give. Here's medical advice especially on the psychedelic side of things. It's just a conversation that is starting to be had out there in the world of research In probably something that we're going to begin to see rollout to the general public so we talked about that. We talk about his brand new venture. His company alchemy mushrooms. In where you guys can learn more about that the guy just an amazing conversation super fascinating If you guys have ever had questions about mushrooms and we're not talking about the mushrooms that you see in your produce We talk about those. And why those needs to be in your diet as well on the go deeper into some of these lines main rishi gortat saps etcetera etcetera. So really hope you guys enjoy. It was a very fun conversation to be involved in Like i said. I treated as education for myself to get some clarity on things that i wanted. Answers Because joint so without further do guys skins. Today's conversation with a mirror carry on talking about the powerful healing benefits of medicinal mushrooms android. And your brother. Welcome to the human life.

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Two Decades After 9/11, Muslim Americans Still Fighting Bias

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Two Decades After 9/11, Muslim Americans Still Fighting Bias

"Two decades after nine eleven Muslims are still facing bias Johanna honey was walking with her sister in Brooklyn days after the attack an immediate recollection is being called a terrorist as a nine year old but the incident spurred her on to speak out for herself and others she's running for a seat on the New York City Council mistrust of Muslims didn't start on nine eleven but it dramatically intensified with the attacks Amir Ahmed was born after the attacks but realized the connection on the anniversary you go to school that day I started you know understand that's why they're looking at me or you know maybe others are perceiving me differently now because I'm clearly Muslim Ahmed says she feels empowered to wear on his job I want to take that step to represent my faith and not specific time where Muslims are kind of on the on the spot I made said she hopes her future children don't feel the need to prove they belong I'm a Donahue

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There’s a Mismatch Between the Expectation and Reality of Happiness

Hidden Brain

01:55 min | Last month

There’s a Mismatch Between the Expectation and Reality of Happiness

"All know what it's like to want something that will make us happy. Maybe it's a dream vacation or getting a great job on meeting a soulmate. But all too often when we get what we want. Reality turns out to be very different than we expected at. The university of california riverside psychologists sonia loop amir ski explores the mismatch between what we expect will make us happy and what actually makes us happy. We began by talking about a moment when she felt this mismatch in her own life. She was in her thirties about leszek surgery to improve her ice up until then i had really poor vision. I was almost blind. I hated my glasses. And i hated my contact lenses and so i have the surgery. It takes like thirty seconds and then you go from being almost blind to twenty twenty vision. That's really miraculous right. And it was amazing. And i could see my toes in the shower. When i woke up in the morning i could see the alarm clock without searching for my glasses and when of walking the streets you know i could read the street signs. That was amazing to me but it took me about two weeks to get completely used to minute. Twenty twenty vision and then i started taking for granted and it became the new normal for me. I've worn glasses for for many years myself. Sonia and as you're talking about the wonders of of jury. I imagine the moment when i can take off my glasses and be able to see perfectly and of course. That's what i focus on when i think about getting surgery like you did. I'm not thinking of what happens. Two weeks after that exactly and whenever we think about sort of changes in our lives positive and negative. We often think about that moment. It's that moment that i call the news when you when you learned that. Oh my vision is perfect in a or you get that new job. You win the lottery but we don't sort of think about what happens you say and then two weeks to months two after

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Defensive Gem Lifts No. 5 Georgia Past No. 3 Clemson, 10-3

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Defensive Gem Lifts No. 5 Georgia Past No. 3 Clemson, 10-3

"George's defense stymied Clemson at every turn holding the Tigers without a touchdown and limiting their running game to two yards in a ten three win Saturday night in Charlotte the Bulldogs sack Clemson quarterback DJ young delay seven times and the defense produced the game's lone touchdown a seventy four yard pick six by Christopher Smith late in the first half JT Daniels completed twenty two of thirty four hundred thirty five Georgians Amir white rushed for seventy four yards to lead the Georgia offense Phil Kornbluth Charlotte

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"amir" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

02:59 min | Last month

"amir" Discussed on LIFE: Love,Insight, Fertility, Experience

"Welcome to life bringing you insight experiences into love relationships and fertility with the focused on enjoying life and moving forward today. I'm here with iran mirror. The founder of ghosts dork until i love insight fertility experiences. Today i have the pleasure being here with iran amir who is the founder of go. Stork what is so amazing is that he started this company out of his own search for his building. Family quest man. Thank you so much for being here today. Thank you lord for having me etc here. We cut to need when. Kobe was come for a couple of seconds and it was really because the abbey legislation approval in new york state for circus aid and different types of carriers. Then i got to hear about your organization in. I thought what a fabulous thing to let people know about so thank you so much for coming on today and maybe tell people a little bit about what it is. You what you've done. And what led you to this incredible company. So it's all sorted of four five years ago when i decided to build my family through surrogacy So i'm gay. I was living in new york and our turn. Forty and i really was excited of doing that. I always wanted to have a family. And i started by myself. I was single Six months into the process. I found my husband but We author the whole process together and is still an easy. Because i think i've shared with you. I have so many people that i work with. Who are single. Who are looking to build their family. They give very worried that they will be able to meet somebody because they're on their family building journey at the same time. I actually looked at as an advantage and as another filter 'cause i used to go to online apps dating apps and there was no filter. You want to have a baby so you know when you meet you. Meet someone utah. I told mike my husband right on the first child. Listen i'm in the process of having a baby through surrogacy pick live and it was really excited actually about it. It was like you also wanted to have kids so that was another filter. You know for me to see if someone is really serious about a relationship or not. I actually dated some guys in the past like in a relationship where the end of it there were like. Oh we don't wanna have kids so that's where I said to myself once. I start a process. I'm going to say i'm gonna be up upfront about it. And i'm going to tell the person that i'm stunning and it was amazing Yeah it just a dull of time. I do it credit few people and they get concerned that they'll have to put that predator life cold weather going through their family building. So you decided that you were going to try and find a surrogate..

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Holding Boundaries in Transitions With Outschool CEO Amir Nathoo

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:02 min | Last month

Holding Boundaries in Transitions With Outschool CEO Amir Nathoo

"One of the things. I think for so many of us holding a boundary when our kids are upset especially when we're we know i'm kind of an empathic person i do really care about how you're feeling is really reminding ourselves kind of it goes back to boundaries but whose feelings are who's right like he's sad and that sadness is something i care about but it's not my sadness right. That's he's upset and he is in some ways learning to deal with feelings that come up when someone you love separates right and i'm sure one day when he's older he has some really meaningful relationship and that person moves across the country which would be a different form of separation. You'd say yeah. That would be pretty normal that he felt sad right and we want to teach our kids during these years. Of course you have these feelings. And i know for me when i get back to my room where i'm doing my meeting and i still hear my son crying. It's never easy. It's not the most pleasant part of my day by any means but being able to put my feet on the ground and just saying everyone did their job here okay. he's still crying. That's that's kind of. That's on him that's him. He's doing his job. I did my part. This is a job. Well done right. And i'm asked to in school. Sometimes you've job you do a job well done but still it might not feel great. You're like i kind of think. I made the right decision. But it's just it's still messy right like that happens with our kids alive. I think i made the right decision. It doesn't mean it's clean. And my kid pats me on the back and says oh you're the best ad in the world. Go take that meeting all right. That's not what our kids are usually now. My kids do for me right but again. I think that grounding in jobs kind of can also help us move on with our day and say okay. I'm not a bad parent because my kids crying. 'cause i often think also with those jobs my kid's feelings don't need to change boundaries but also my boundaries don't need to dictate my kid's feelings again. They're just two totally separate things.

Walk With Little Amal, a Theatrical Journey Celebrating the Refugee Experience

TED Talks Daily

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Walk With Little Amal, a Theatrical Journey Celebrating the Refugee Experience

"Among muniz. Irby i was born in east jerusalem and a tough part of town between between the neighborhood and the shafat refugee camp. I'll mix child that means. My mother is jewish and my father's palestinian so the refugee experience runs very deep in the dna of the family. When my jewish grandparents were fleeing europe because of world war two. They came to palestine and drove the other part of my family into exile. When i was fourteen. I stumbled by accident into a theater show and this rough part of town and i fell in love. I fell in love with a reality that was being created in front of me reality. That was full of possibilities. That was wilder was free. A reality that was an opposite contrast of the harsh reality we were living in and i became a theatre. Practitioner becoming a theatre. Practitioner and palestine is like conjuring water in the desert. We don't have the infrastructure. We don't have the big artistic institutions. What we do have is a need and something to say about the world. We live in taking my shows to communities in refugee camps in palestine. I was always struck by the immediacy of the encounter and that became a very powerful experience for me in two thousand fifteen at the height of the refugee crisis when hundreds of thousands of people were walking across europe with all the pain and the anguish that we saw. I started thinking that maybe we need to create a new model of theater. Maybe we need to take our theater out of the theaters and into the streets. The streets where these people were walking. And i started working with good sean theater company Company that creates theater about the refugee experience together. We created the walk. The walk is a rolling arts festival. That will cross eight thousand kilometers sixty five cities towns and villages in its way and we will create one hundred twenty events of welcome.

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Instructional Design and Teaching, Digital Security, Hardware & Software

Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Instructional Design and Teaching, Digital Security, Hardware & Software

"Number one is. Id and teaching strategies. There were a number of articles a large number of articles about instructional design in general and teaching strategies generally over the past two weeks. We're which we always mentioned. We're thrilled to see. We love to see that kind of thing so we saw strategies for designing effective training request forms. That's usually in business. Situations Flipped classrooms discussed multiple articles about flipped classrooms Lesson planning with universal design for learning formative assessment for remote teaching the roles of an instructional coach. All of these things were discussed are recommended. Read in this area is planning for fair group. Work by amir suli and susan m brookhart for asc. Once again i apologize. If i mispronouncing any of our authors names. This was a really good read Describing group work and how to organize a group work setting that everybody finds fair and equitable And i think pretty much all of us who are involved in designing any kind of instruction have had some moment where we've had to organize group work and gets get some kind of pushback from people saying you know. Why are we doing this so this is a really good article. I think in terms of just laying out the the wise and the winds in the house for group work number two our number two Trend is slightly different than normal. Normally we would say that one of our big trends over the past. Few years has been digital security and citizenship. This time around it was all digital security. We had a number a number of articles about just security issues. In general for example microsoft announced security enhancements for dynamics three sixty five viva and teams.

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"amir" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

Bedtime Stories For Kids

06:08 min | 3 months ago

"amir" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

"In almere and felices farm adventures. Who do make sure to listen to part one thirst before you start this episode. Because only then we'll today make so much more sense. And don't forget if you want me to make a story just for you. Then simply ask any grownup to get in touch. Speaking of grownups. Hey grownups did you know that the very best way to support this podcast is to simply request a story mike at bedtime stories for kids dot. Co is how you can get in touch and those listening through apple. Podcast deliver five star review as well. That helps me out. A tremendous amount is so easy to do now. If we are already for today's adventure. Can you raise your left hand as high as you can enter the sky counter with me in five four. Three two one. Who could that be the phone. And hello philli's you found the treasures. Congratulations grandpa. benny vilis says. Listen very carefully. I shall say this only ones make your way to the kitchen. Because i just made the most amazing apple pie. Let's go amir says so. A mirren. felice make their way back into the farmhouse. Its smell so good inside felice says and it's true because the entire farmhouse smells like the most amazing apple pie coming fresh from the oven guys. Take a seat grandpa. Benny says who would like to have a slice of apple. Pie i do. I do amir released both say that the question is how big of a slice do you what what i will do is i will move my knife and you just say stop. How about this big more emir sets how about this big of a slice mournfully says how about these big. He is released an amir. Say as grandpa. Benny gives them the most huge slice of apple by other. Now who want some whip cream on top of that. He s as they both yell. Oh yummy how does the cake taste. It tastes amazing. I'm here felice and grandpa benny. Eds higher apple pie. they also drink some apathy. When grandpa says hey clear. What was in your box i. Yes grandpa. benny there was. There was this as he puts the old key on the table. Do you want to know what this is four. yes grandpa. Are you ready for another adventure. Yes grandpa then. Why don't you go into the shed the one next to the farmhouse and then to your left. You will find a huge box. Try and see the key matches and have a look and what is inside the box and what you can do with it. Felice and amir run out of the farmhouse into the shed and indeed. They find a big box. Quick mir dry. Your key and as puts into key hit vince. Amir says with a smile on his face. They open the box and inside the box they find. I'm not sure what this is fully says. There are sticks and hooks and plastic and a huge canvas and rope. I know what this is. Amir says this used to be grandpa ted. Well release says. Should we go camping tonight. An amazing idea. Grandpa did say that. We should think about what we can do with this. The only question is where should we put the tent. Oh i know amir says why. Don't we put the tent in the garden right over there and phillies spent the rest of the afternoon sending up the tent. It's a huge tent. It fits at least five people after the ten to set up. They go look inside the farmhouse because they need things like mantras pillow blanket to anything else that you can think of that. You might need when you go camping soon. It becomes dark. i'm erin phillies are inside their tent. I love it philly. Says i always love the amazing adventures that we have at grandpa benny's when at that moment grandpa calls their name felise amir. Are you ready to make a bonfire a bonfire. Yes well you have to stay warm as you try trying count over stars tonight but more importantly grandpa. benny says. I still have these two beuge bags of marshmallows. And i just don't know what to do with them. Will you maybe have any idea what you can do with a bonfire and one hundred marshmallows. We can roast them yummy. I'm here police. Say grandpa beni amir and phillies spend the evening eating over one hundred marshmallows roasted on the fire. Police keeps on looking at the stars. Wow there's so many. I can't even count them. I feel tired now. You're says after eating at least fifty marshmallows. Quick get inside the tent then. Grandpa any says because at the craft tomorrow harry. The hen will wake you up. Get some rest. Because tomorrow i have one more surprise for you. Grandpa benny's with that. We're going to end today's episode. If you want to know what. The final surprises of grandpa. Benny and make sure to listen to the next episode. Hope.

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"amir" Discussed on The TryPod

The TryPod

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"amir" Discussed on The TryPod

"Keith made a brief appearance. To confirm. I was very confused. listen to the episode and you won't clear but yeah it's called the head gun podcast. You can listen to it wherever you get your podcasts. We've had guests like lauren lap gifts. Zach vin wolford. Amir's on it almost every week if he's not on it jake. Hurwitz is on. Its jake and amir does not look you in the is. He doesn't look me in the eyes over zoom or in person He's in town today. He he lands tonight right. Yeah jake's getting in town today is i. Don't even want to say but unless plane crashes only want wanna put it in the ether plane crashes. You clearly wanted to shoehorn shoehorned. We weren't even talking about. That'd be a horrible thing but would make him. The majority shareholder would be this weird fucking bizarre feeling. Gotta being sad that what am i. Great friends is no longer here. But i have more cash to show for. It feels conflicted even talking about it but it's utter joy pants are getting tight heading podcast. Yeah so yes. Start with zack's episode and if you like what you hear We release it every friday. it's a lot of fun. It's utter chaos. Basically the miles of that. i guess. And if you don't like episodes without me if everybody listening to this show doesn't listen to the podcast. You're fired basically because now everyone's going to not listen on jeff isn't close like we basically gave him this really golden lead like appearing on this awesome show with the. Don't give me that face with the intent to siphon audience members grow the brand as it were me. i'd really loud punch sound affects the point of you being here take our audience and never return. Yeah yeah poaching away. I came on the podcast was so no one would ever want to listen to our. Our goal is to leave with zach. U2 and no offense fails to sort of run the ship okay or write it as it were miles taking your fence offense because like you're kind of replacing zach and kind of like a dick it'd be make me sort of foul. Yes s. our man. That's good match man so anyway. Yeah so what. I'm trying to say is. Listen to the podcast. If you want jeff to continue to have to be gainfully employed at had yeah or by one of his watches that'll give them a couple of just by the twelve thousand dollar. Actually you know what it's thirteen thousand now. Why we her this famous famous value. Now watch episode tom. Hanks episode nine hundred sixty seven. Grimes was there. I think grant grants on grime. Grandma grandma grandma. Grandma grams was present when this watch was discussed out. So is this a tripod pun. We we didn't really clear that up at the end of no it's not not a pun. Tripod of word is if you want it. We're trying to do a podcast. Perhaps that's pun. that's good. It's very trying podcast. Listen to normally this. Four hosts and miles shares saw three six seats in the room. Let's not leave for another week and a half. we all die for the water of comfortably to warm now. Yeah was like we're all getting sleepy. Yeah now outside where it's like eighty to feel like a breeze. It'll feel nice that door. Oh somebody leave. The refrigerator open says with vigil about the thousand dollars is not too much no not too much or a nice nice watch head on over and by his watch so he knows is is worth twelve dollars tripod. He'll next time stay beautiful. That was incredible. That's our official theme song..

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NASA Returns Hubble Space Telescope to Science Operations

John Bachelor

02:07 min | 3 months ago

NASA Returns Hubble Space Telescope to Science Operations

"Your generosity towards Bob's behind the Black during fundraising July is extremely appreciated. However, we go to one of Bob's four books, his biography of the Universe and Amir Hubble. Because Bob can help us understand the latest. We know of the patch or fix or remedy offered for hubba. Bob, Can you offer us a moment to believe that Hubble can be well again? Uh, no. I can tell you what's happening right now. But until it's done, we have no idea. NASA as now. This is actually engineers Goddard Space Flight Center in a Space Telescope Science institute that operate Hubble. They have now think they have determined exactly what caused the computer problem that shut the telescope down on June 13th more than a month ago, and they think it's a component in what in their science, instrument command and data handling unit that's computer, essentially And it's what they call the power control unit. Basically, think of the power supply unit and your desktop computer, which you can normally just take out and replace. But in this case, they can't do that. They have a backup for it, but it's part of a backup for the whole computer. Essentially, at least this whole command and data handling unit. And so they need to switch more than just the power control unit. Things may need to switch several units at once, and that's a complicated procedure. They've done a complete simulated test of that switch. On the ground successfully. They actually did a similar switch on Hubble back in, Oh, eight, and so whoever they and they have now begun began on Thursday, the 15th of July. They began that switch on the telescope. It's going to take several days to complete it, and then they once they completed they will do some additional tests, hopefully to make sure everything's working. And then put the telescope back an operation Now one will the test this switch work? We don't know until they've got it, too. Even if this does work, be prepared, be recognized that the telescope will no longer have backups to this computer computer data handling unit. So that

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Bullpen Strong Again as Reds Hand Cubs 9th Straight Loss

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Bullpen Strong Again as Reds Hand Cubs 9th Straight Loss

"The card stretcher losing streak to nine games by leaving the bases loaded against Amir Garrett in the read three two victory to get out of that inning big time answer to be to sweep the cubs it was big buyers big buyer team we've been playing some really good baseball you know we've got to keep going to doctor Bernard had two hits and drove in a run helping Cincinnati to its fourth straight win the Reds beleaguered bullpen held the cubs scoreless for the third straight day the relievers were effective after the cubs reached Wade Miley for ten hits over six and two thirds cubs pitcher Kyle Hendricks pitched six innings of one run ball allowing five hits and striking out five Chicago scored a total of five runs in the weekend series and finished one a nine on a ten game road trip I'm Dave Ferrie

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Why Personalized Short-Form Audio Is the Next Big Thing With Audioburst's Amir Hirsh

VOICE Global 2021

02:20 min | 4 months ago

Why Personalized Short-Form Audio Is the Next Big Thing With Audioburst's Amir Hirsh

"Once audio moved to the digital space when podcasting with the online version of radio all of a sudden. We've got a tremendous amount of choice that we can choose content from the we can connect with and i think the audio creators and the users of lost themselves defining difficulties finding one another which goes back to the second point of personalization so now instead of one channel broadcasting for all we have millions of podcasts and audio rooms and read digital radio that is available regardless of the geographical location which it which covers pretty much any topic that you want in a very high quantity highly produced smart way not just a rollout reading the first paragraph of blog on the other hand. We've got now accessibility to millions of users to be listening to be looking for that content right either all through smart earbuds like braque's now helping in growing in promoting the ability to persons to match them to one another cannot operate a non for cannot operate them just streaming. You have to take the the content cut it up into individual items much like i do done to the. Lp's broken up to sink. Pull the mp threes in this songs that will audience does to the full shows breaking up to individual items and then every single user wherever they are through. This smart connection to audience can get that ladies that personalization experience of the bids from multiple different sources. That will answer those twenty minutes that you're in the grocery store and whenever you hit something there is interesting and now you know you. Can you want a dime longer interact. Is that choice. You go into the long form in on the drive back just that podcast all the way to the end of it but if you break it up for the shortfall those bursts of ours and have the ability to grab your attention in those twenty minutes of all your twitter audio version for it. No one's going to do the investigation. It's going to be very difficult to find that comte. That's the percentage station. When it comes to argue. I think in the way that we're operating today.

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Amir Hirsh on the Growth and Significance of the Audio Industry

VOICE Global 2021

02:51 min | 4 months ago

Amir Hirsh on the Growth and Significance of the Audio Industry

"I've heard danya lack talk a couple of times about his assessment of the audio industry and he looked at that compared to what he said with the visual industry. He said it looks like based on the economics of the two of the two industries that we value our is at least businesses value is ten times more than we value our ears. But is that because we've just focused on that and we haven't actually taken advantage of this real estate that we have in our ears that people want people use more and more and that were that that could lead to a sort of an explosion and audio consumption and then audio content. Use will wanna save i. We were wrong. Okay we valued think are is more than we've done on our ears. Our research shows that when we interact in even between two human beings or crowd defensively a brand and their target audiences that audio works way better than video than visuals and we should invest in place more and more of our budgets and work. Dvd in technology into the auditory world. I'm happy to see that in. Twenty twenty twenty twenty one definitely. We see that happening actually already in pretty much every aspect of where that comparison had shown preferences to video a think at some point we got very happy to switch from text to video because it was faster it stimulated us better than or an grabbed our attention where better than textual interfaces did but we completely overlooked the way. We're usually communicating in talking all your and we completely forgot about all the experiences that do not want to screen. That would like to be happening without the screen in front of us. And now these days we can see through the bipolarity of podcast social you even of digital radio that people especially after the pandemic here one to turn into multitasking to hearing their content getting their news updates. They're learning new ideas. Just updated on gossip. Take core business doing it via audio. Because that doesn't stop their lives. So i think we're seeing this shift in take investment and revenues even advertising budgets. Moving more and more to trading the majority of our time during the day that we're not in front of a screen that you can compliment than assistant relate to us without stopping lasted doing it. Luckily for us. That's exactly what we do.

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ТЕСТ13Delivering Justice - DTNS 4049 - burst 03

Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 4 months ago

ТЕСТ13Delivering Justice - DTNS 4049 - burst 03

"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 4 months ago

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 4 months ago

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"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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Delivering Justice - DTNS 4049 - burst 01

Daily Tech News Show

03:00 min | 4 months ago

Delivering Justice - DTNS 4049 - burst 01

"May deepen the heart of germany's black forest. Monkey forty seven is a batch. Distilled handcrafted gin with a cult. Following among the world's finest bartenders the forty seven refers to the impressive array of botanical. Used to make this. Well rounded jim ingredients. Likely and berry hand peeled citrus. Fruit and brand believes are paired with more traditional juniper lavender botanical to craft an unbelievably complex gene. That bartenders are obsessed with it. No you can have monkey. Forty-seven delivered right to your door and get five dollars off your first order undress me dot com using the promo code dt ns. That's dri dot com to get this cult. Favourite gin delivered to your door. Must be twenty one in older promo code. Valid for new customers only void where prohibited monkey forty seven certainly german and certainly fund are coming up on dt and s blocks screwing over recording artists. Can the us government help ease the supply chain strain and is microsoft entering a post console existence is. Here's the daily tech news for thursday june tenth. Twenty twenty one from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane from lovely cleveland ohio. I'm rich draw felino rem austin texas. I'm justin robert young and i'm the show's producer. Roger chain for the show. On dan we were talking about the perks. You get when you get a new haircut depending on where you live and all sorts of other things if you want that wider conversation in our expanded show good day internet also known as gdi do so by becoming a member at on dot com slash t and s. Let's start with a few things you should know. Starling spacex is sadly internet network is reportedly in talks with several airlines to provide their inflight. Wi fi service at panel at the connected aviation. Intelligence summit on wednesday spacex his vp of starlink commercial sales. Jonathan hoffler stated. We've already done some demonstrations today and looking to get that product finalized to be put on aircraft in the very near future motherboard. Sources shared forum posts made by hackers claiming to have stolen source code for electronic arts fee. Twenty feet twenty. Twenty-one code for e as matchmaking server also source code and tools for the frostbite engine and various frameworks and sdk's totally in seven hundred eighty gigabytes of data ea since confirmed to motherboard. It suffered data breach the hackers clams are correct but that no player data was accessed. And he doesn't think there's any risk to player privacy. Sony has revealed its air peak s one drone specs geared toward professional viagra. Fers for amir nine thousand dollars. The air peak s one works with sony's a seven s mark three fx. Three and eight k capable alpha. One mirrorless cameras that attach with a

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Ubuntu Podcast

03:00 min | 5 months ago

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"But was quite good about. Eighty can play steam as well so i've also played hotshot racing on it for example. But yes i am. I am working on a boot to commodore basic grow up menus and things like that nice but one of the fun things was actually modifying heat sinks and fans. I was wondering about profile case. I if you consider the commodore sixty four breath protocols in martin's by morton standards is so. I've been removing fans and putting different aftermarket fans on on mismatch components to make to make it run cool and quiet an i got there and i'm very happy with this thing so next step is to try and upgrade it with even more ridiculous components using it with an external. Gpu as well as the the chassis. So small econ accommodate a full power supplies which using a Psu so only one hundred watts. So can i use like what's on the motherboard. So no gp us maybe some low-powered devices but gp's but having an ap is on the same chip is actually a good use case that yeah not so sixty five pound. Note that it's all listeners. May i have a small child recently. Acquired in my household and we bought a new device recently. So i thought it would be a nice opportunity to do as amir review of that device but also talk about some of the decisions that we make when we buying things for kids and how they might differ from when we buy things ourselves given the when i was a kid was four years ago. Yes they're going. Different necessarily when revolting charles selves as kids when we making women making technology purchasing decisions. Here we say right. So what did you buy. I something called a yoto player. Which is an audio player for. Kids designed to be used by kids. So what is little cube which connects to your wi fi and has a couple of speakers. A nice of soft diffused led matrix display on the front. It's like sixteen by sixteen or something is not very high resolution displays. Yes oh it's like it doesn't. It doesn't display video displays like an icon or something like that To show what's playing and the way the the way that you get stuff onto it is you have a little. Nfc cards which you put in a slot and then that tells you what to play an leader if it's a radio station or it can stream it or if it's an audio book it can download it to the device and play off line and then the way

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Israel, Gaza Violence Overshadows Biden's Domestic Plans

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Israel, Gaza Violence Overshadows Biden's Domestic Plans

"President Biden's bead to highlight his domestic plans are being overshadowed by growing violence in the Middle East and afford a luxury vehicle center in Michigan the president look to make the case that his infrastructure plans will help steer the nation's future the future of the auto industry the lecture by a scheduling quirk he was in Dearborn a city nearly half Arab American and a few miles away Amir's they here with a group called new generation for Palestine says the president's award criminal he's participating in and funding the murder of our families the White House is under intense pressure to intervene in the Israeli Palestinian violence but insists quiet diplomacy is the best path while privately encouraging the Israelis to wind down their Gaza bombardment Sager mag ani Washington

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The Story of Audioburst

The Voicebot Podcast

02:31 min | 5 months ago

The Story of Audioburst

"Today. We're gonna talk about the rise of audio and ai in the combination of the tune. What that's gonna mean for not only our industry. But for i think more broadly for for tech in society because there's significant cultural elements here so my guest today or go klein and amir hershey were the co founders of audio burst. And what i thought i would do is maybe you could give a quick overview of what audio burst is how things got started and what you do in the market so i wanted to say hi to the team the join listen to us some of the faces familiar to me and others. That don't know me. I'm a mirrors founder. Other birds the like a the means to me I think the story of body verse should be maybe five years ago when we founded the company being huge. All your fans me personally. More on the radio sides in the us weren't as popular as they are today. Gossiping was faster than me to adopt to pretty much any of the medium available out there. We felt that everything we wanted to know and eager is available in exists in the audio world. But he was extremely hard to find. It was extremely to enjoy and from that challenge for the offers which is a big company. Were in a i. Face the engine that we've developed valuable product. Describe it into but later But we used. Our capabilities are know how allen jr to build an engine to make all your acceptable to understand what is being spoken with the spoken word audio which cheap acknowledgee up to that point warlords. The blind spot nause understanding of this thing would exist within the company and using our capabilities. Fine fine Become too we were looking for on one hand and help the concentrate us find the listeners and the us they wanted so in essence we built an ai engine with the mission the past to connect users and listeners to the company that they're looking for that will inform them entice them meant obtain them In the easiest fastest rich endless way possible.

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Interview With Audioburst Co-Founders Amir Hirsh and Gal Klein

The Voicebot Podcast

02:11 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Audioburst Co-Founders Amir Hirsh and Gal Klein

"Today. We're gonna talk about the rise of audio and ai in the combination of the tune. What that's gonna mean for not only our industry. But for i think more broadly for for tech in society because there's significant cultural elements here so my guest today or go klein and amir hershey were the co founders of audio burst. And what i thought i would do is maybe you could give a quick overview of what audio burst is how things got started and what you do in the market so i wanted to say hi to the team the join listen to us some of the faces familiar to me and others. That don't know me. I'm a mirrors founder. Other birds the like a the means to me I think the story of body verse should be maybe five years ago when we founded the company being huge. All your fans me personally. More on the radio sides in the us weren't as popular as they are today. Gossiping was faster than me to adopt to pretty much any of the medium available out there. We felt that everything we wanted to know and eager is available in exists in the audio world. But he was extremely hard to find. It was extremely to enjoy and from that challenge for the offers which is a big company. Were in a i. Face the engine that we've developed valuable product. Describe it into but later But we used. Our capabilities are know how allen jr to build an engine to make all your acceptable to understand what is being spoken with the spoken word audio which cheap acknowledgee up to that point warlords. The blind spot nause understanding of this thing would exist within the company and using our capabilities. Fine fine Become too we were looking for on one hand and help the concentrate us find the listeners and the us they wanted

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"amir" Discussed on Podcast Insider

Podcast Insider

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"amir" Discussed on Podcast Insider

"So amir a little bit about audio bursts. What are you guys do. And how did it all start <hes>. So it all started about five years ago when we started our crazy mission hall indexing. The world's audio audio your burst in a sentence is the world's first for now on lee. Hug your search and delivery platform we coming from a background all of analyzing audio and understanding talk content and the way it meets technology for civil of our years. The cofounder coming from different origins. We undestood the special quality and value. Set all your content and specifically talk or your content has in it but felt that it was a treasure that no one has tapped into and when we sat down and brainstormed about how come it didn't connect and it didn't pick up the same way that internet has discovered text and video. We realize there were several technological components missing around it and we set up on a mission to build the technology and the bridge the gap of making all your content accessible to users. There were several missions in front of us that we developed. And we've done and we've built an ai machine that listens to talk on your content and analyze it and makes it accessible by doing essentially three main steps. The first is that it tries to understand into break it up into the different moments. The different stories within our long audio content such as podcasts and radio shows and digital archives that we cover multiple topics and we wanted to mark the points where each story like that begins and ends in an automatic scalable fashion way. The second step that we've done is that we've described each such short clip that we call burst as much as possible with as much made it as we can so we'll be able to pull it. Afterwards in find it when users will be looking for it and doing it using full transcriptions and keywords and entities extractions and source and time and we're measuring speed of talk and whether there's one speaker and more and there's about twenty to thirty different dimensions that we describe each. Such clipper such bursts and the third is we wanted to make it extremely accessible so we wrapped all of our repository and that huge index of the reach media world with his many rappers in layers for third party products to tap into api as decay both on mobile android iphone wave imitable player wordpress plug ins et cetera in an essence with while building. Or after we've built those three components will we actually have done is allowed users wherever they are whenever they are access. The world of rich media mainly podcasts and little bit of radio and swell through our interfaces users can now search can now listen to topical. Playlist can now access topics that they didn't know the podcast service have answered and ken sparked their imagination again by listening to audio into enticing on your audio while they run while they exercise while they drive while they do the dishes pretty much while they live and not forced to stop their lives and stare at the screen in

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"amir" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Dot Com. . Thank you so much for for coming on the show. . Georgina. . Thank you for having me on. . Now this is a fascinating book because it's also about your life and the human connections and you speak about the impact, , the Sir, , your gp Dr George had on your family growing up how important was he a role model for you in your career? ? Dodger George was was like a really big part of our family life ready because my mom, , my mom holds doctors in really high regard. . From a working customary, , my mom worked away at from a cleaner to a social worker. . My Dad was a bus driver and so doctors were really revered. . Dr George will issue with the lady she was fear degeorge and. . She she was just like the pinnacle of everything my. . Doctor should be she. . She knew is really well, , she knew individually, , she asked about those when we went to see her, she's , got other family members that nick without really kind of old fashioned family. . That we all kind of dream of having which is really hard to kind of get. . But. . But you know it was really important and I I really I remember really clearly when when Dr George Retired and she had a bit of a tea party in the waiting room. . which which again, , we never do that now. . Kind of infection control Pepsi's but but she had she had a tea party <unk> patients mom will have wedding sorry to it was such a big deal and. . I remember getting dressed up putting going to erase accuse US really sad but really excited to be invited to this. . You know it was that kind of movement that I thought. . Wow you know don't just can have a real impact on people's lives particularly cheap please we don't often hear about that side from from General Practitioner we a lot of the drama we imagine happens in hospital and a lot of impact league we imagine happens in hospital, , but so much can happen in general position in the community. . Absolutely. . It's an completely integral part of our day. . To Day life is not by my mother was a doctor and she was talking about how things had changed. . She was a doctor for fifty years and she said one thing she really noticed now is that that people never touched you she says her main job as GP was to lay her hands on people and for people to feel that contact and cheap felt when she was a patient in her later years that just never really happened. . No. . No I trained GP's as well at she. . I G P now full for over ten years have been adopted for. . Sixty years I think now and you know you have to gauge the situation. . It's not. . We don't touch people complete know if if there's an elderly lady, , an elderly person, , you're a child. . Gentle handle may have this is always you knew appropriate as needed. . We go to be very careful of course, , and I were give advice to my GP trainees but you're absolutely right things have have changed and there's a lot of pressure on GP's now not just through the volume of demand also the volks ticking exercise and when when it's just the doctor and the patient when it's just me and my patient in the room that coal pot of general hasn't changed in all the years that it's been around but it's everything else around not not puts pressure on that situation and can take away from those nuances are so important. . Now you'll book the doctor will see now follows your fifteen years working as a GP from rookie to becoming a partner in one of the busiest surgeries it tell me about the surgery and and you're working. . Patton, , there, , I mean, , presumably the numbers are pretty overwhelming. . Yes. . So so it is the Biz in in inner city Bradford and we have a very kind of multicultural patient base, , which is, , which is brilliant. . It's why I wanted to work. . <hes> we have twenty, , five, , thousand patients registered our our our practice is incredibly jaws can. . Before then there's always a big cured stations has a big rush on the phones when when the phone lines open and with admits, , Yoyo Clinic lists will be full than extras will be added on because patients need to be seen, , and so from the moment you get it and it doesn't matter how you getting nearly bad and I get in very early about seven quarter seven the minute you get working flat-out right through to the end of the day. . But you I say all of this in my book, the , kind of things that that really helps you keep you going mongst pressure is is your colleagues. . Michael. . Just amazing. . I. . Asked I went with some of the best GP's and I. . Them every day the best nurses again, , I learn from them as well <hes>, , and it makes a big difference in friends outside of work and I think that's really helped me because he is so much about GP's bailing out healthcare professionals bidding out and I think that would be a real risk if I didn't have the support of my colleagues in the friendships of my of my colleagues and so that makes a big difference for me, ,

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"amir" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Dude go. So now, and what is stage time stage times each time stage time stage. No shortcuts. Know, what's funny too is the way that you were taught going back to your how are you are as you were talking about how east coast comics they're a little, very good on the written but the riffing no, and then diving into the rollers. Ripping I don't want to say that because I hate like, fuck. No kidding I'm kidding. I don't like the be like shit, but it's like that's what. I've noticed that it's because I would think that the stages are smaller there. So they don't have moved to move around and be more theatrical and L. as a bunch of actors. That maybe do stand as well, and I don't know there's I have my theory on it but I don't want to shoot on your comics. Your comics are fucking great while we're backtracking I also want to apologize to Adam Ray I. Love you very much. He's one of my favorite comedians. I was just saying fuck out Ray is let's talk about Amir K. Right now because this is his episode did I'm going to tell him you said fuck them so. All right now. He No. No I love that he was so Nice Oh God. Well, that's ruined. So whatever it's done. Anyway, I also wanted to talk about so I know that we talked about the riffing and then in your comedy you also are just amazing at doing characters as well and I think that is portrayed as why you've been gotten some great acting gigs. Why Ben Affleck loved you audition for Argo? I wanted to ask a little bit about that because. The. You're also polyglot you speak. Farsi. Spanish. I is GonNa have to get a dictionary that word With a polyglot oh. So I only know this word because people have called me a polyglot and I was like that sounds like this. Expired Plato but it's it's when you speak more than two languages I think when you speak multiple languages It. Was Me just trying to impress you I'm so sorry. Out of me I was like. POLYGLOT. FIGURED OUT I wasn't gonNA pretend I'm over that part of my life. Used to pretend all the time that I knew people wartime I do this movie. I haven't seen the movie, but I go yeah and I just now I can't I just got to say like, Hey, dude, I don't know. I'm so glad you did because we made a funny bit about it and I I'm trying to do the same thing in my life where I used to be the same exact way I'm getting better. I'm still not perfect but I will stop in and be like I don't know that word I don't know what that means. I think comes with getting older. You realize it doesn't fucking matter if you don't know something that's fine. You know it's like. Oh, my God, they're going to think I'm dumb. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. But but I want. Exactly what is exactly is..

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"amir" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"You doing all the right things. This wrote he programmed several investments offshoot of Gold Mining Inc, a very exciting progressions within your business now when people want to learn more about everything that you're doing a mea, where are they going to find j.? Need, US. Over website you're easy. Triple W. dot wool mining. and. Is listed on. chance. Will easy to remember that students symbol, old or G. O. L. D.. and. Confused with taste will. States. Will during the US. all all this mission is on our website. Got Cool Mining. Will they got everybody who's on the show today there is just a snippet of some of the great work. Some of the great projects out that a coming forth from gold mining and with Amir, and he's tame. Now Amir with all that being said you are a wonderful individual. It's been such a fantastic opportunity to spend some time with you on the my future business show today..

"amir" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Audience there entrepreneurs, small and medium size business owners that looking for ways to grow their businesses, and as somebody at the top of the trade in Gold Mining and as an entrepreneur, Soviet love to learn a little bit more about your background and things. You like to do when you have some downtime if there is such a thing. I. I'm extremely passionate about it been Onset of building business, starting a business or as long. I remember something that he runs in the Abbey. My Walla was. Aren't so I. Think this incredible. Joy At what word that comes out of! The. Concept and attracting light line all. Its name always often every business businesses. It's for sport. I, you know sports, analogy, greedy Is. As, just like anything you sports. It's all about it's. Spreading that that's eight and clouds and tribulations and just having. All of that soup to me I. I've been fortunate. Position now or or last in years being a debate Canada. and. Wrong way, Austria is also good mind game will be. Had ending. Who are in the way the? Important senator or mineral exploration mining serve. As that is necessarily, why don't you start technology startup and being? Out or yet when you're, you're in the heart of the action, Ye. Meteorite. People employer's right accountants expert he's. So you, know for me I. Deny the University of British Columbia. That's that university again being who worked? With Mile. Association. We, Mental game. Right? On. Get on the. Industry side. Bill different business today pre companies that I I'M A. The Walkway as The CEO Marriage or best lists under your stash. Founder and share gray or or Than honored sharing the wool mine eight dollars Lonzo shape under your symbol. They commodities vengeance that they'd have a similar color commoner to yellow metals, uranium and WE'RE GONNA caulk golden that stop. Start, but I need for me as an entrepreneur I've always believed also because of the sector that I mean ricky commodities I needed commodities or Very how bullied be contrary, mighty business, very sick over business and most believe that the best time. I wire a building mighty oldest business.

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"amir" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on The Product Experience

"And together we make The Best of who never see each other. That's exactly what I was thinking. Today's episode is all that working together without actually being in the same room. Which can be pretty tricky. But we have one of the best qualified people to speak on this subject. Amana Sally offended is the CEO and founder of the company behind the hugely successful APPs to do list and twist. Amir was talking to us from his Chilean home whilst navigating his small kids minor interruptions and some pretty tricky Internet service so even the top pro struggled little. Let's hear from Amir lovely rhyming randy great alliteration billy. I know right with so in June. The product experience is part of the mind the product network every week. We talked to the best product people from around the globe about how we improve practice aside from conferences in London someone say Singapore Hamburg a much. Too that's also free product tanks in one and one hundred and eighty five cities. And there's probably were you find out about them on the product dot com where you can also catch up on. Past episodes video from the conferences read great articles and learn about the training that we do a mere. Thank you so for joining us today for anyone who doesn't know you or doesn't do a background of to induce the company. Q just give us a quick background. Sure well first of all happy to be here and we start like this company almost.

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"amir" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"You for your time Amir and Melanie entertainment reporters coming up Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson give us an update on their nineteen status in Australia that's coming up on Friday seven this when you Jeez entertainer forest one three five Peter Weber and Madison.

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This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"Well. Maybe let's I like optimistically Yeah I I don't know whether you're going to get to the API level probably not but angrier they Field points the direction that people start like thinking about bringing today level hopefully based on the progress making in in twenty twenty So yeah we'll also observing these And Looking Forward Award Tomorrow Democratization of the tools that we have envisioned. Because that's really when as vision researchers we will lead the product of a work to be used by the people that are not vision researchers. Yeah so that's from the commercial perspective From the technical perspective. I I think actually the trends that I anticipate would be more or less and extrapolations of trends that the the disgust. I do believe that vision. Plus robotics robotics will continue to go forward strong on the way you'll changes that Diego We will actually start working on more specific Sorry more general problems like right now. Let's say in this example of like habitat challenge and gives them to discuss things that are primarily about navigation even with the the navigation was about one case of navigation. Go to this particular Korten but Looking at the more general setting find objects for me or Saul all tasks that legacy quench will gain like find object a and then go to the next like an example it's as The rescue robot you send the robot to a building on fire disrobe has not been in this particular building or but you task it did find the victim and go to the closest fire. It says a really useful application. Just that but you're not there yet and so in terms of vision robotics expect the the proportion of of researchers interested in this topic to to expand and the technical part The problems to become More challenging more realistic and hopefully work under mullick more general setting nods Not Limit Settings you have been focusing on so far I multi task learning. Came up in our discussions and I think that's an area that I hope to see. Progress US Generally you know there's very little things about vision that a single task like your job with an image doesn't end the moment to detect objects in ad or moment to detect the depth of at the moment detect the vanishing points for any practical use. Or most I practically uses usually need multiple things such task at the same time. So the problem is like essentially multitask to be useful useful. So being able to bring multi task learning to a more reasonable state Where began solve multiple multiple problems efficiently and reliably and consistently is is important problem? The ditsy some on progress in two thousand nineteen but we are far from reaching that level to the point that he can supply multitask vision pipeline that one image and in the output it produces at breadth of different abstractions extracted in a way that that is dawn independently. Sorry that is don efficiently. Of course you can have. Like underhill get have like n different independent pipelines for different task. That's inefficient because there's a lot of redundancy redundancy between them so you don't want to do that Being able to do that efficiently do not sacrifice the accuracy over there all these and outlets it should have a reasonable quality and something that I'm personally excited about these days and hopefully Soon bill release stuff on consistency so out of multi-task system should be consistent on your objects on your redick and not be consistent with each other. So how they learn undo the learning in a way that the the outcome is is has some guarantees for being consistent and wanting that all setting the Overlooked for for too long especially again in the context. multidose learning is uncertainty for each of these outputs Sure you're providing some predictions. But it you can't do much with prediction especially as a practitioner if it's not associated with some confidence metric This is the dog in an image. But we'd what confidence confidence it's it's if you're ninety nine percent confident embarrasses you're fifty percent confident in your decision probably changes if there's a tiger within two meters of you with ninety nine percent confidence I'm gonNA run one percent continents probably. I'M NOT GONNA run. I'm GonNa do something else. So there's there's a real real value in in extracting uncertainty From the visual signal surprisingly. That's not actually a big part of the computer vision research right now. I think that's part of the part of the reason that's happening is that Division plus x movement is recent so the moments you want to provide vision outcome toward some downstream goal Assist or some and so on so forth you realize that they need allude alluded more than what you're providing them and one of the things that they need definitely need is uncertainty estimation. Bring this up in. The context of multitask is the idea idea that the consistency desire and the uncertainty desire can be formulated as has Additional tasks or objectives as part of your training right the reason I brought up in the context of multi. Testing is that multi task. Learning itself provides widen unity or a new way of quantifying uncertainty but uncertainity is still useful and it can be done in a single task sitting to and the machine learning community. There's actually work on it more than vision community that systems that Supply Confidences score besides is the prediction that they're making even that single task. There's like research being done at data and so on but it has been again proven harder than anticipated because near all networks Refund to be making confident mistakes. So because of various different things that's most of them are actually teary theory their papers in Just past ICM Mel. That was probably more like a track. That why this is happening. That's basically a question rather than something that you already know the answer to but we have made this observation that near on networks make confident mistakes so that's a problem so basically means that even if you you have a measure of uncertainty chances are dad might not be reliable because if you extract uncertainty out of a single single task system. There's no redundancy over their orders. No ensemble saying that uncertainty estimation might not be very may accurate too so multitasking. There's a way to solve all that. Because essentially under the hood they're multiple processing pipelines for different abstractions and consistency across them is actually she good proxy for how accurate each of them are and There has been research on it and Hopefully I think soon own. Maybe within a few weeks We will also released new material on that but from what I see. The Meta point is that we definitely need to the output the uncertainty estimates out of visual processing pipelines that they do and and more specifically on multi task learning on Salon. What a sees? He's that there. There is a good opportunity to solve that problem. At least within the Multi task learning framework. And we'll see how twenty twenty turns up awesome awesome any additional predictions for us. I think that's it. That's enough to embarrass myself in a year from now so you heard it here first. uh-huh autonomous driving in two thousand twenty. That's what you said right. Well I did it for director. I hope Nope Nice at the very least Amir in an autonomous vehicle cab in Arizona. Yes that's at least there and I'm looking forward to try awesome. Well Amir thanks so much for taking the time to share with us your again your take on twenty nineteen nineteen predictions or anticipations for the year head. Thanks All.

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"amir" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"Well. Maybe let's I like optimistically Yeah I I don't know whether you're going to get to the API level probably not but angrier they Field points the direction that people start like thinking about bringing today level hopefully based on the progress making in in twenty twenty So yeah we'll also observing these And Looking Forward Award Tomorrow Democratization of the tools that we have envisioned. Because that's really when as vision researchers we will lead the product of a work to be used by the people that are not vision researchers. Yeah so that's from the commercial perspective From the technical perspective. I I think actually the trends that I anticipate would be more or less and extrapolations of trends that the the disgust. I do believe that vision. Plus robotics robotics will continue to go forward strong on the way you'll changes that Diego We will actually start working on more specific Sorry more general problems like right now. Let's say in this example of like habitat challenge and gives them to discuss things that are primarily about navigation even with the the navigation was about one case of navigation. Go to this particular Korten but Looking at the more general setting find objects for me or Saul all tasks that legacy quench will gain like find object a and then go to the next like an example it's as The rescue robot you send the robot to a building on fire disrobe has not been in this particular building or but you task it did find the victim and go to the closest fire. It says a really useful application. Just that but you're not there yet and so in terms of vision robotics expect the the proportion of of researchers interested in this topic to to expand and the technical part The problems to become More challenging more realistic and hopefully work under mullick more general setting nods Not Limit Settings you have been focusing on so far I multi task learning. Came up in our discussions and I think that's an area that I hope to see. Progress US Generally you know there's very little things about vision that a single task like your job with an image doesn't end the moment to detect objects in ad or moment to detect the depth of at the moment detect the vanishing points for any practical use. Or most I practically uses usually need multiple things such task at the same time. So the problem is like essentially multitask to be useful useful. So being able to bring multi task learning to a more reasonable state Where began solve multiple multiple problems efficiently and reliably and consistently is is important problem? The ditsy some on progress in two thousand nineteen but we are far from reaching that level to the point that he can supply multitask vision pipeline that one image and in the output it produces at breadth of different abstractions extracted in a way that that is dawn independently. Sorry that is don efficiently. Of course you can have. Like underhill get have like n different independent pipelines for different task. That's inefficient because there's a lot of redundancy redundancy between them so you don't want to do that Being able to do that efficiently do not sacrifice the accuracy over there all these and outlets it should have a reasonable quality and something that I'm personally excited about these days and hopefully Soon bill release stuff on consistency so out of multi-task system should be consistent on your objects on your redick and not be consistent with each other. So how they learn undo the learning in a way that the the outcome is is has some guarantees for being consistent and wanting that all setting the Overlooked for for too long especially again in the context. multidose learning is uncertainty for each of these outputs Sure you're providing some predictions. But it you can't do much with prediction especially as a practitioner if it's not associated with some confidence metric This is the dog in an image. But we'd what confidence confidence it's it's if you're ninety nine percent confident embarrasses you're fifty percent confident in your decision probably changes if there's a tiger within two meters of you with ninety nine percent confidence I'm gonNA run one percent continents probably. I'M NOT GONNA run. I'm GonNa do something else. So there's there's a real real value in in extracting uncertainty From the visual signal surprisingly. That's not actually a big part of the computer vision research right now. I think that's part of the part of the reason that's happening is that Division plus x movement is recent so the moments you want to provide vision outcome toward some downstream goal Assist or some and so on so forth you realize that they need allude alluded more than what you're providing them and one of the things that they need definitely need is uncertainty estimation. Bring this up in. The context of multitask is the idea idea that the consistency desire and the uncertainty desire can be formulated as has Additional tasks or objectives as part of your training right the reason I brought up in the context of multi. Testing is that multi task. Learning itself provides widen unity or a new way of quantifying uncertainty but uncertainity is still useful and it can be done in a single task sitting to and the machine learning community. There's actually work on it more than vision community that systems that Supply Confidences score besides is the prediction that they're making even that single task. There's like research being done at data and so on but it has been again proven harder than anticipated because near all networks Refund to be making confident mistakes. So because of various different things that's most of them are actually teary theory their papers in Just past ICM Mel. That was probably more like a track. That why this is happening. That's basically a question rather than something that you already know the answer to but we have made this observation that near on networks make confident mistakes so that's a problem so basically means that even if you you have a measure of uncertainty chances are dad might not be reliable because if you extract uncertainty out of a single single task system. There's no redundancy over their orders. No ensemble saying that uncertainty estimation might not be very may accurate too so multitasking. There's a way to solve all that. Because essentially under the hood they're multiple processing pipelines for different abstractions and consistency across them is actually she good proxy for how accurate each of them are and There has been research on it and Hopefully I think soon own. Maybe within a few weeks We will also released new material on that but from what I see. The Meta point is that we definitely need to the output the uncertainty estimates out of visual processing pipelines that they do and and more specifically on multi task learning on Salon. What a sees? He's that there. There is a good opportunity to solve that problem. At least within the Multi task learning framework. And we'll see how twenty twenty turns up awesome awesome any additional predictions for us. I think that's it. That's enough to embarrass myself in a year from now so you heard it here first. uh-huh autonomous driving in two thousand twenty. That's what you said right. Well I did it for director. I hope Nope Nice at the very least Amir in an autonomous vehicle cab in Arizona. Yes that's at least there and I'm looking forward to try awesome. Well Amir thanks so much for taking the time to share with us your again your take on twenty nineteen nineteen predictions or anticipations for the year head. Thanks All.

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"amir" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"Always. We'd love to hear your thoughts on this series including anything we might have missed. Send me your feedback or favourite papers via twitter. Where I'm at Sam Charrington or via a comment on the show notes page you can find at Tomo Dot dot com happy new year? Let's get into the show all right. Everyone we are here for a are rewind our second annual walk walk through the top trends and developments in machine learning and AI. And this time. I am with emirs. Amir Emir is an assistant professor Besser of computer science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology or EPL. In fact Amir this current moment For another three days days is a post doc at affiliated with Stanford and UC. Berkeley where he was when we first spoke with him back in July of the twentieth eighteen Amir. Welcome back to the TUOMO. Ai podcast thanks. Great to be here. Yeah I'm really excited to dig into this conversation about what What's new your take on? Two Thousand Nineteen from Computer Vision Perspective and so to kind of get started with that. WanNa we just take broad brushstrokes. What's your take on twenty nineteen? Thanks for having me. It was another exciting year in my opinion for fields old's but the guy and Including commit or vision no conflict conferences. They're expanding so there's more talent coming in more energy a thanks. APR Two thousand. Eighteen was six thousand. Roughly the number of ten days in two thousand on nineteen was about ten thousand so we will see another six months ago. So we'll see how it's going to be in twenty twenty but that expansion size. How does that gross rate compared to Europe which is the one that gets a lot of headlines? Writing Writing Europe's was I came back nurse. Like roughly a two weeks ago. I believe it was thirteen thousand But again they are like six months apart so oh You know we will see how CPR it'll be but I think roughly the same size maybe near somewhat bigger because it's generally includes many different areas not just vision entity and so on many There myself included But yeah but they are. Huge conferences is big enough. That you want your friends anymore. are the apor submissions as TV PR growing as quickly as nurse. Yes yeah I don't no not this year The area church should know this number but but all in all what what I'm sure about and it is that there was a really sharp expansion and to some extent that presents a problem for US academics. Because we have to find reviewers for dislocated like papers and so on But that's fine. That's a good problem to have The overall outcome is positive albeit at some variances and You know did. The girl was in a way disproportional because now for the past like four or five years it was a huge huge Interest and we have a lot more like young talent in the field for the same reason. They're young can news. We don't have as many season reviewers to do value the papers so to some extended review quality has a little bit of various incentive in comfort two years ago but again like I said that's a good problem to the house because the field is generating more results so a little bit of variances in my opinion acceptable so the field is growing dramatically as has our other areas in La. I what else is happening. Ambition right in terms more. Technically I think You know we see a few trends had had there not to exclude two thousand nineteen but I think some of them are maturing into the nineteen one Meta trend that I see for sure is that we see a lot of in areas like vision plus something else like vision process graphics a nominal example of that or are all these like image scientists spy-planes either Gan base and and whatnot but the pipelines that essentially generate image. That's in a way it's a graphics problem because graphic is about like generating something good looking that you put under your screen like rendering things and vision was inverse of the problem. You already have an image and you won't understand ended but These areas got blended together. And I think The first time envisioned that I saw a reasonably working example was the paper. Picks two picks a few years ago and after it became really popular and cycle gone and so on those papers actually he.

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This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"amir" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"We'd love to hear your thoughts on this series including anything we might have missed. Send me your feedback or favourite papers via twitter. Where I'm at Sam Charrington or via a comment on the show notes page you can find at Tomo Dot dot com happy new year? Let's get into the show all right. Everyone we are here for a are rewind our second annual walk walk through the top trends and developments in machine learning and AI. And this time. I am with emirs. Amir Emir is an assistant professor Besser of computer science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology or EPL. In fact Amir this current moment For another three days days is a post doc at affiliated with Stanford and UC. Berkeley where he was when we first spoke with him back in July of the twentieth eighteen Amir. Welcome back to the TUOMO. Ai podcast thanks. Great to be here. Yeah I'm really excited to dig into this conversation about what What's new your take on? Two Thousand Nineteen from Computer Vision Perspective and so to kind of get started with that. WanNa we just take broad brushstrokes. What's your take on twenty nineteen? Thanks for having me. It was another exciting year in my opinion for fields old's but the guy and Including commit or vision no conflict conferences. They're expanding so there's more talent coming in more energy a thanks. APR Two thousand. Eighteen was six thousand. Roughly the number of ten days in two thousand on nineteen was about ten thousand so we will see another six months ago. So we'll see how it's going to be in twenty twenty but that expansion size. How does that gross rate compared to Europe which is the one that gets a lot of headlines? Writing Writing Europe's was I came back nurse. Like roughly a two weeks ago. I believe it was thirteen thousand But again they are like six months apart so oh You know we will see how CPR it'll be but I think roughly the same size maybe near somewhat bigger because it's generally includes many different areas not just vision entity and so on many There myself included But yeah but they are. Huge conferences is big enough. That you want your friends anymore. are the apor submissions as TV PR growing as quickly as nurse. Yes yeah I don't no not this year The area church should know this number but but all in all what what I'm sure about and it is that there was a really sharp expansion and to some extent that presents a problem for US academics. Because we have to find reviewers for dislocated like papers and so on But that's fine. That's a good problem to have The overall outcome is positive albeit at some variances and You know did. The girl was in a way disproportional because now for the past like four or five years it was a huge huge Interest and we have a lot more like young talent in the field for the same reason. They're young can news. We don't have as many season reviewers to do value the papers so to some extended review quality has a little bit of various incentive in comfort two years ago but again like I said that's a good problem to the house because the field is generating more results so a little bit of variances in my opinion acceptable so the field is growing dramatically as has our other areas in La. I what else is happening. Ambition right in terms more. Technically I think You know we see a few trends had had there not to exclude two thousand nineteen but I think some of them are maturing into the nineteen one Meta trend that I see for sure is that we see a lot of in areas like vision plus something else like vision process graphics a nominal example of that or are all these like image scientists spy-planes either Gan base and and whatnot but the pipelines that essentially generate image. That's in a way it's a graphics problem because graphic is about like generating something good looking that you put under your screen like rendering things and vision was inverse of the problem. You already have an image and you won't understand ended but These areas got blended together. And I think The first time envisioned that I saw a reasonably working example was the paper. Picks two picks a few years ago and after it became really popular and cycle gone and so on those papers actually he.

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"amir" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"amir" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Minutes. Amir johnson. Coach. All. He wouldn't even check his phone. But the thing is wondering plan forty minutes, then on top of that everybody else in the world has their fallen at work. So I don't feel like he's not communicate with somebody, especially this daughter sick. What do you gonna act him play that much? So what is? If it if you did not. And now you think about that for forty eight minutes for four grade. Case. And then we wouldn't have issued like my daughter's very sacred. Superstar plays doing nature. Sick. What superstars that have to play forty minutes. A game doing kids at six. As halftime checking. But don't check you phone on the base. That's a good thing too. Because my daughter was sick. And I don't know what's going on. I ain't gonna be able to play. Well, anyway. What was that? What was your reason for scoring three points the game for the whole of God damn rested? Season documents sick, all my wrist hurt. Five eight five one zero five which Johnson he got thrown out of a game and fine for being on his cell phone during the seventy six nets game. How do you feel about it? Call us now is the breakfast club. The morning. Yeah..

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