35 Burst results for "Amit"

Allen West: Europeans Need to Confront Evil

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Allen West: Europeans Need to Confront Evil

"You know when I look at it and being a student of history we tried to do the European powers tried to do the exact same thing with Adolf Hitler They said Sudan at no big deal take it ethnic Germans And they said Czechoslovakia no big deal Take Czechoslovakia The next thing you know you have to blitzkrieg action against Poland We'll look at what is happening here with the eastern Ukrainian region with Crimea and all of this happened during the Obama administration with Putin saw weakness We held Amit bay during the Trump administration because he saw strength Ronald Reagan peace through strength But now with the Biden administration he sees this as a window of opportunity not just him but also Xi Jinping will see this as a window of opportunity So I think we have to get back to having a strong foreign policy a strong national security posture and somehow the Europeans got to step up and understand that they've got to confront evil and I think one of the things that I'm reminded of So Edmund Burke who said all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

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Judge rejects effort by Trump to toss Jan. 6 lawsuits

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Judge rejects effort by Trump to toss Jan. 6 lawsuits

"A federal judge has rejected former president Donald trump's efforts to toss out lawsuits claiming his actions led to the January sixth twenty twenty one insurrection at the U. S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the latest two capitol police officers and democratic congressman Eric Swalwell filed a lawsuit arguing that then president his son Donald Trump junior and attorney Rudy Giuliani made false and incendiary allegations of fraud and theft in in direct response to trump's express calls for violence a pilot mob attacked the U. S. capitol U. S. District Court judge Amit Mehta dismissed the charges against the younger trump and Giuliani saying their speech was protected by the first amendment but he said the former president's remarks were plausibly words of incitement not protected he added only in the most extraordinary circumstances would a president's speech not be protected but this is that case Ben Thomas Washington

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"amit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:43 min | 6 months ago

"amit" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You want to deliver the right ad to the user. And during that point of time, since those markers are so dynamic in nature, going back to the back end in a dynamic manner at the same time and getting the result in something the right head becomes very crucial, especially from the revenue point of view. So that's one of the critical thing it does. Apart from that playback platform also handles like various challenges. The challenge is like game extension, because any live event, all the programs have some schedule. So that's how we also do that here in our case. We have everything is scheduled in advance, but in case of live event, if the game goes over time, you're a schedule kind of disturbs. In this case, you have to basically manually from the content operator point of view, go back and reschedule everything. And then just to extend for a couple of minutes, and also you don't know how long that game will be extended. You can predict okay, it will be 15 minutes or 20 minutes or 30 minutes. But you can not predict exact moment. Okay, this is when this is going to end. And this is when my next program boundary restart. So coming up with that kind of prediction and then extending those kind of events right at the moment is risky and also from the digital streaming point of view because in your back end, it resets lots of things. You can not rely on the caching for this kind of scenarios, because it's going to create thundering hard kind of problems. So this is one of the main features like or playback platform needs to support in general. Other than that, standard expectation from any platform, where it should be scalable to millions of concurrent users and it should be resilient enough and fault rather so that we can support things the way they should be. Will any stream processing system at some point has to manage the debate? Do we want to run with batch mode calculations or be totally event driven or some sort of hybrid? Where do you fall in system design? It's kind of a hybrid, I would say. So what we do, most of our contents are like in live streaming, as I said, dynamic. But we can still calculate a couple of things in advance. When I say advance, not an advanced couple of hours before, but at least a couple of minutes before. And this is where we use, you know, like, I would give an example of latency, right? Whenever any broadcast event is going on. So there will be some latency from broadcast to digital streaming, right? And that is the thing we kind of use in our benefit. There is latency. So before the streaming is going to propagate into different clients before that itself we get all those requests into our system. And that kind of helps us to catch the data. So we use that drawback in all benefit in order to serve the dynamic traffic at a scale. Not only that we also have done some analysis like that, okay, this kind of metadata are going to be available in advance. So we are kind of ready with those. And these kind of like metadata are not going to be available. So how do we basically create those buckets for dynamic data so that even in case of failure, it impacts us very less from the feature point of view without impacting the streaming? We all want to know that we have enough to get where we want to go. For instance, you either have enough energy to run a marathon or you're on the side of the road wheezing. How about your startup? Does it have enough cloud computing power to win and handle the really big customers? You might think stable enterprise ready cloud infrastructure like oracles is out of reach for your new company. But Oracle for startups is made for.

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"amit" Discussed on Before and After Stories

Before and After Stories

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Before and After Stories

"So every preoperative evaluation that we do with our patients, we sit down with him to go through the process with them and also with my nurse to discuss well expect on, you know, the day of surgery and what to expect after surgery, and we have a pretty detailed hand out, cuz we know things you're going to forget things. And, you know, that you're not going to remember things that we often say. So, the handle itself details the instructions of what we expect the patience to do is, you know, such as a for Morgan rinsing, his nose out, three or four times a day with a Salt Water, Rinse. Or if there's an incision how to specifically take care of it and you know with regards to what to expect during that process, you probably you are priced by one of our weaknesses as far as how you're feeling it's over the week. I do try to just at least often described to the patients, you know, you are going to feel a fair amount of soreness. Most likely most patients do feel pain with this surgery. Usually well-controlled with what we recommend is telling online profile. Provide a narcotic that you can use on top of it. But there's a wide spectrum of people may feel from some people not really require any significant pain medication versus some feeling, they will make sure they have enough. So I make it a point to call every patient, the night of surgery out of my operate. So every patient gets a phone call. They just so many you know we can check and make sure they're doing okay and let's say ninety nine percent of them actually are doing very well. It's also to you know when I'm done with surgery I speak to the family because you know patient is still activated from anesthesia and even when I have a conversation with the patient it maybe 45 minutes to an hour after their surgery has been completed. But they are potentially still, don't remember those conversations even though I talked to them and telling me everything went. Well, this is how we're doing things. It's also just to touch base with them, so they actually hear it from me as well, that everything went well. In addition to their family member, who was the name Whom I communicated initially you ever had anybody go to Google and really freaked out. It does happen, you know, and but I try to educate our patients throughout the process from the first consultation like visit with them throughout the preoperative consultation. People are human nature when we understand our goal. I tell my staff to like you talk about the check and so I checked in with the patient and I have surgery that I try to ensure that minor see the checks and the next thing after and then ongoing issues then we continue to check off with them and then we do all this to see everyone at one week. Typically, if I had a pro-tip to add as a patient, I would say off your questions down when you have them because when you get on the phone with the doctor, you're going to forget your questions. Yeah, that's true. They know I'm great. And my nose looks awesome and then five minutes later..

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"amit" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Percent accurate account. Do anything else said. I'm not happy so ocado off again. Second tom of cutting off. I got loved my pay. Mit temps might said right. Ungainly vian temps smell for three to six months just attempts to the point where your happy. And then i'm gonna copied up and then there then it has to be like a good impe. May temps copied the originals shite t just the closure in his speech is alleged links lip line. Small lime pontic. Everything in pierre my shell temps. He went three to six months and he came back and sides. I'm happy i'm happy. My could in leave it all saw like this is crazy. Company to point martin side right now is take a trail scan over your temporaries in your mouth. Send that so lab. I'll read tanya tastes in the preps by the majority of the work and will overlay into stl falls to make the new follows according a breach as per your pyramid times. Do you consent me to do that. He said i'm i'm happy with the temporaries i was great comes in full prep die. This must be the fourth time of taking these. This bridge off. Right devante sizes. Tom this is just. I'm so side of suicide right. Uplift to is now non. Vides who i was left to one of the abutment. Yeah yeah yeah sorry to invite who won the abutment and a sklar canal. Oh i've practiced dentistry for ten years. Yeah but you'll give me. Ptsd coming back situations ak- next as the end. I'm in there in my age. Epl with the mouse gone. The gal goes on proper to do end and drilling into the tooth opening. Dressy call find his canal. Handle find this canal just because my dog is not there this point. I just need to open and dress it together on my confined the canal. I'm so sad from fi. Then i e get suspicious and done so now and one of the abutment teeth which is not ideal for bridge they to is already thin ruin itself having gone of like resistance fracture. Whatever so i might. The final bridge from the peer may tabs are fitted two weeks ago of already had a email say is not right. Oh man this is now the full bridge. I've made of a two and a half years. He's been in temporary. For six months of adjusted the speech the occasion the pontic insulted length the palais to shape the contact points. They embrace you spaces scan the temperate and hates hold me. He was happy a fit of the fauna. One which i believe is a copy of it. He said he's not copy is different ball physically. I've got the labs overload overlay the to seo falls and the framework and make exactly the same shite when he's like when when When the hygiene is removed crap at the back of your teeth for for day feels rough. Yeah and it handles itself right. He's he's just zooming into that moment right. I think the learning point from is clustering sticks at the beginning. I don't listen to your dad's were let go with the thing because if not feeling it doesn't stop the case because i just really isn't worth it. I think as dentists. We've met people over the years patients colleagues and whatever and you learn how to you understand very quickly what the character. The patient is like a thing. Yeah the learning point as just always go with your gut. Because he got snow me ryan and i wish a never ever started that case of. I'm probably cost me. Just in lab phase is probably cost me. Full five thousand pounds worth a lengthy. Yeah and all. I'm trying to get a ride for the patient. Another one and unhappy patient again. There's some dentists out the pretty given up halfway through it said. There's no mumbled can do for you but tried and tried. And i've tried because a really wants to make him happy. You call make everyone happy. And that's the learning point. We we just comic everyone happy. Yeah i'll have to off. Unkindness off again. Whether i just needs to to to move practice along enough i think as you get older and more experienced you start to take this sort of thing a bit more in your stride because you because i haven't been exposed to this sort of pain for such a long time going through. That really really hurt the hell out of me man. I've never gonna dance again. Say this. Because i'm not as good as you either right. Because i'd have to send them to annual and pay all of his specialist fees as well. Yeah a thing are have become mole. Patient does get a little bit show jay. Or doesn't you know. I'm i'm not gonna take crap you know. I'm not going to be bullied again. I think they say the unlucky. My fda look at the why some of the patients talk to her. I'm shocked the. But i think they see be a weakness lack of confidence there and patients will pick up from. There are a lot of time with the fda top about communicating with the patient. And you won't win them over on that patient to go out and sing your praises. Of course i if you can really cover patience difficult on a big believer of thought that they become. Your biggest fan isn't it. Time is just nerves. Actually a whole person is just the situation clinically the dialogue the smell the scattered. The noise is just about the injection but changes people. We take it in stride because you need where we're in there every day but my that's about to go for a spinal operation you know is is is. It's a worry right. It's appropriate rules stressed about it. You know he's using this eighties that goes into his spines and stick the bits together. And all that and you're stressed your stress and we know people are stressed at the dentist. The i'm sure someone is but most people most patients aunt being intentionally short or anything like that. But i bet your mum's your mum and dad ideal for talking about these problems. They see themselves. Yeah mama reputation.

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"amit" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Starting to lose sight around the roots i slip and a slip into the floor of the mouth. I suddenly we get quite big blade on a public- punit on must've only been about two years qualified. How'd you on your surgery job. At this point i had done the erosion at that point for your call your call. That's what you're saying is it. I was always a panic in the fact that are not protected by the hospital. Now because i'm in practice and the is not going to protect me before i slipped a coors the club deep cup. I decided to the patient. You know i'm really sorry. This is what happened. I put my hands up. And i said no one needs to do sutra. Just need to stay chick. So i know about the floor of the mouth in a suit. Cheer cheese He mistakes night bleeding and also patient for review. She wasn't very happy. Obviously even though. I thought i handled it quite well. Wrecked to find it. But she wasn't happy understood that for review and she said to me the amid a no those mistake he slipped a shop instrument. You cut the floor about. It was quite a soul for a couple of weeks is seems to have held now. And it's okay. But just to let you know i don't want to come back and see you again because of lost the trust in you. And that's what she said to me so it was quite. I was other by also say. She's coming from because of injured of injured her. And i shouldn't have done. Just a learning point from that is clinically. All as always have a thing. Poll yeah if you sleep go into your own hands not the patient so it's a lunch for not writing an article on how to use like scientists afterwards big as our should have had a thing support. I'm didn't and that was the reason why i end up sleeping adult with a problem. The patient saw not to come back. And i guess that helped me a little bit because we take things that personally and that's just the way that we all sorry them. Guess that was one thing. And then the second case that comes to mind is a casus that ongoing and this is a politician the been tracing now full. I would say coming out to two and a half years. Hey claiming it was a three unit. Fixed fixed bridge that he had previously. He had recession one of the abutment teeth. And it got oversensitive. He didn't like the aesthetics of it. Because it had a an old metal metal metal crown. So i said look a cut it off. Make your nuance. Kurnia won't be any mets linear. It will look good job done to appointments. And before i she booked him for the treatment. Well a book to me. And then he signed calling back he rang reception. He sent emails and he said i'm a dog thing. You'll give me the information about the treatment. I'm a little bit on basically questioning. While i was advising am i said to him. Look you just need a new breach. There's no way i can put some. Gi ceo come visit or denting bundy agent over the exposed. Momentum is going to be short last a white look. Gray to go. Bridge off mckinney one. Sorry he kept a nine ling and bringing up and you only get bad vibes from a patient. It was one of those. I was so thankful that point hadn't started because he was really really questioning walls going to do on the eighth and i just really had a bad vibe. So what i said to him was look. You're overseas done. Trust me a set that to him so do you. Don't trust me. I'll frank with him. And i said look. I think you should see my dad's get a second opinion. All goes on the practice. Get a second opinion if it's easy if you come and say tastes. Afc fun he'll give you this opinion. Because i don't mean to make three unit bridge if he wants to make to help the patient so he went to my dad's saw him inspect to the tape and said yeah. Look just newbridge bridge. That's the only way to do it. And you know because my dad's got great head. He's lost his hair up always respects the they say me as the young dentist heading him needs a free full thousand pound breach how much he paid and my dad came out with appointment and he said to me. I mean jonah. What you say. He's a lovely guy by the bridge. Above your uncle. Be sign acid. I died the yeovil. Save ceo perceived. How am he told me. He's interrupt patient. I'll just done have a good vibe. But he said he's a riot. It would just need a new bridge. Some books men to the cut of the bridge Hey nice temporaries made. The bridge came back for review in a like yet. The the site collide salih. He didn't like the fighting with his tongue. Offense this speech the contact points with two tight the taste of position to labial the pontic was not the right shied a sensitivity. Was still there so everything that you could pick up. That was wrong with them to treatment fast. What he was telling me know. I gave him on his the pain off. If i could improve on it i would cut it off. And he'll be in next week to redo it. But i said to him. Look this believe is a tradesman. I i don't see majorly why she also can change with this. He's not happy. Not happy. So i said to him go. Why for another couple of weeks if you help me to remake remake. It came back for another review. Couple of weeks later died like it. Everything's wrong with it. Sauce another author remake it often. You want a copy of your original bridge because he had that one. Full twenty five years. I just improved the proportions of the eighth to make more aesthetically pleasing about if you want uneven insult ledge as you just want. Your old bridge back renewed. Do you want me to copy your old one because of the original model. Hey said he actually came. Just copy that so. I made a cut the outrage call the county of british rock. I yeah that was fun. When they i got a copy of the originals the nazi scan the model and they might for me a news konia bridge exactly the same shape as part of the model so this is less say ninety. Five percent accurate. Because there's always gonna be. Some discrepancy is ninety. Five percent accurate toy had not have emails funk owes the shapes wrong adult lot the feeling on the back of my tongue a said to him. This is a copy of your bridge. Ninety five.

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"amit" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Beginning. How did it. How do you like kate. I guess if you look at typical indian families it was going to beat indian doctor pharmacist or dentists right but my parents always had a. I mean. do something that you enjoy do something. You're gonna job security say and those the most important things ovalles was in my family. So i think with those values. In fact the i guess i am biased towards dentistry because i grew up with that also fell naturally into it originally i. She wants to be an architects always. Great graphic designers school and designer technology. And i love that. But when i'm white up the incomes of studying architecture dentistry architecture year course and to really break it in that field. You're going to have a luck but you've got to really really work hot. It you know to get big jobs. Nikolas massive skyscrapers in london. That doesn't happen overnight. it doesn't happen in dentistry. Bought a dead cover. Say an easy To maybe the lifestyle. The opportunity wanted all the Just called it's your life not just financially going down dentistry on really did it in a great profession as a great career to be in. There's always been people trump doom and gloom on it. I love my job. I love walking my hands. Love tolkien to papal communicates patients. And i just think it's very rewarding profession to be sure as as a kid with both your parents. Were they both work in brookfield. Yeah sorry my dad's has over the years. He had about three practices tone now. A brick fields is his by an 'success where we were together and my mom. She's always what really hard samedan cuts my parents. My parents were pala generation. The saw kicked out of africa when he was nine years old committee. Speak english. Sign with my mama's well i began. Uganda uganda and kenya so by adding confident privileged background. I you know. I look the what they've shaved in. Bring up myself and my sister and what they've done with their life and businesses and investments. And you know. I read a not parents. I think he's obviously fantastic. They've done on. I'm just you know. Fortunate that i had a privileged background because i've worked so hard but you know up to them because they his country with nothing and you know they. They looked todd so my mom. When she gave birth to sue me she only really had six weeks of work and then she'll strike it. She used to the nurses still he. Tight me to leave me in the extra room. All my wife did they have. They always been in essex. Your parents from north west london drain and my dad was west. Tabs is the west ham fan in. My dad went to really rough school in. I pay full getting stabbed over time. Racism that's just where he grew up. So yeah i think the hayes a offset it many many times the unlucky on the fortunate to have not support from my family definitely won't be happy now without them. Did you feel know you're saying privileged as a child that you feel privileged to could you know better. I was privileged. I mean alwyn goal. If you look if you could meet me when i was ten years old you wouldn't think he'd industry alza terra even sixteen seventeen eighteen. A didn't think i'll be a dentist. I was bad. I was not a went to a nice goal but it was basically a school for for rich kids. I it was just you get with mother but having said that i felt like you tell means of more around passan. Ah was okay. It was never the brightest in the class. I worked hard on. What's a think. Put me state it. Actually kind of have a far different memory yes. I'm pretty good at picking things quickly. So that's i think that has size me. I live us live with a guy like that too. Yeah that's sites. May i look back. If parents didn't put me good education probably again will be where i am i. It's thanks to them. I have you know have oversee what hards to to get to where i am now but i think that initial push the beginning when i was the saudi on jesus as an idols that really came from the harm upbringing but yet they they bought me. Things i wanted. I guess spoil But having said that my parents have come for nothing so it wasn't just fed with a silver spoon united. They would teach me the value of money. So i'm a big thing in our family as well is spending time with family. You know we've already have We re clubs. And i think that's really nice as well by on can tell him. Anything cited that salsa caught. Nonstopping brought up that way older than your sister. Yeah she's taste younger. The may Special training at the eastman see so when you went to study. What are you studying in. London leads to really. I mean this is may living in essex bubble when my when my parents had. We have to look at least dental school. Those bristol. county. That brentwood school. Education didn't take geography. I believe in fights on a great big. And a half seen huddles to to get in a thousand held a was i got rejections from ever else and leads with any of meanings. View solves heels buzzing about that when the interview. I got on the next day. So hunks they like me and when the offer came through it said i be in any subjects now normally back then it was specified. You have to get. I am biology. I in chemistry and an a. Obey or a subject perfectly maso physics but it's a non specified so i accepted the office right away because it was the only place thought. Give me enough off. And it was an amazing for as well literally take accents because knew i wanted dentistry and email about few weeks author accepting saying sorry. We've made a mistake. Ashley is not a non specified. Is we want you to get an in biology in i-in chemistry an obey in physics. So i emailed them back. I guess i was quite busy. And i said i accepted your offer on the basis of what you it was. 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"amit" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Gives me great pleasure to welcome amit patel onto the cost. I i've known foot. I don't probably since he's qualified. I'm it's a well known on dental saw stage. He's the the founder of dental circle and someone is still a lotta coastgurads education coming from a family of dentists. Your dad's dentists the dentists in your family. Mom's his sister's on his wife's chase. Oh my goodness oh my goodness i mean. We'd let's start with early life. So was it. You're going to be a dentist show from from the beginning. How did it. How do you like kate. I guess if you look at typical indian families it was going to beat indian doctor pharmacist or dentists right but my parents always had a. I mean. do something that you enjoy do something. You're gonna job security say and those the most important things ovalles was in my family. So i think with those values. In fact the i guess i am biased towards dentistry because i grew up with that also fell naturally into it originally i. She wants to be an architects always. Great graphic designers school and designer technology. And i love that. But when i'm white up the incomes of studying architecture dentistry architecture year course and to really break it in that field. You're going to have a luck but you've got to really really work hot. It you know to get big jobs. Nikolas massive skyscrapers in london. That doesn't happen overnight. it doesn't happen in dentistry. Bought a dead cover. Say an easy To maybe the lifestyle. The opportunity wanted all the Just called it's your life not just financially going down dentistry on really did it in a great profession as a great career to be in. There's always been people trump doom and gloom on it. I love my job. I love walking my hands. Love tolkien to papal communicates patients. And i just think it's very rewarding profession to be sure as as a kid with both your parents. Were they both work in brookfield. Yeah sorry my dad's has over the years. He had about three practices tone now. A brick fields is his by an 'success where we were together and my mom. She's always what really hard samedan cuts my parents. My parents were pala generation. The saw kicked out of africa when he was nine years old committee. Speak english. Sign with my mama's well i began. Uganda uganda and kenya so by adding confident privileged background. I you know. I look the what they've shaved in. Bring up myself and my sister and what they've done with their life and businesses and investments. And you know. I read a not parents. I think he's obviously fantastic. They've done on. I'm just you know. Fortunate that i had a privileged background because i've worked so hard but you know up to them because they his country with nothing and you know they. They looked todd so my mom. When she gave birth to sue me she only really had six weeks of work and then she'll strike it. She used to the nurses still he. Tight me to leave me in the extra room. All my wife did they have. They always been in essex. Your parents from north west london drain and my dad was west. Tabs is the west ham fan in. My dad went to really rough school in. I pay full getting stabbed over time. Racism that's just where he grew up. So yeah i think the hayes a offset it many many times the unlucky on the fortunate to have not support from my family definitely won't be happy now without them. Did you feel know you're saying privileged as a child that you feel privileged to could you know better. I was privileged. I mean alwyn goal. If you look if you could meet me when i was ten years old you wouldn't think he'd industry alza terra even sixteen seventeen eighteen. A didn't think i'll be a dentist. I was bad. I was not a went to a nice goal but it was basically a school for for rich kids. I it was just you get with mother but having said that i felt like you tell means of more around passan. Ah was okay. It was never the brightest in the class. I worked hard on. What's a think. Put me state it. Actually kind of have a far different memory yes. I'm pretty good at picking things quickly. So that's i think that has size me. I live us live with a guy like that too. Yeah that's sites. May i look back. If parents didn't put me good education probably again will be where i am i. It's thanks to them. I have you know have oversee what hards to to get to where i am now but i think that initial push the beginning when i was the saudi on jesus as an idols that really came from the harm upbringing but yet they they bought me. Things i wanted. I guess spoil But having said that my parents have come for nothing so it wasn't just fed with a silver spoon united. They would teach me the value of money. So i'm a big thing in our family as well is spending time with family. You know we've already have We re clubs. And i think that's really nice as well by on can tell him. Anything cited that salsa caught. Nonstopping brought up that way.

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"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

"And many votes to work rather than those wants to make a motor right can be done very very nicely. Put at a. What are the odds legacy. What does it that are. You gonna take that away from here right. Being an excellent conversations of died. I i couldn't believe that bama's boss so i want final thoughts that you want to share that. I think i just leave it to the last thing we were talking about right. It's all about the being curious. It's all about the potential right. It is all about exploring the possibilities. One thing is that you cannot ignore the this point in reinventing the so realizing understanding where we are what we can looking at the future. So you'll have to look at both past and future. I think somebody said but somebody said that. If you don't understand your boss your way you come from it so you come from and where you have come from the one to realize what you're you know you. Who's that should tell you. Then you want to go and then just open up your license see wild Thank you so much for your time manage. Been a great conversation. And i love your positive spirit and how what your roots are telling you go towards. I love it. Thank you thank you. Are those really nice talking to resisted flow. So thanks for the opportunity to talk nice. I think going back to the boston. Making connections to really nice to do that. Thanks for being such an excellent job..

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"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

"Exactly an so everything is an opportunity it is about universe plotting if i can say so. Do make and promoting. You had you. Had this happened maybe thirty years back or twenty years by was impossible. Maybe no think of it. Maybe the technology was not good. Enough nicole connectivity. We have got what and that was. I've got it for the last twenty years three years five years back. I was really happy with. I bet happy with that. You man i mean Video calls that no things that are not claiming no issues documents being such a large document. That being downloaded updated in fact. We have to a bbc's being updated by if i succeed together in the same but collaboration at the maximum true inaugurations of computer online. So they're walking officers whose to five google docs so why do we need a laptop if if i can compete to walk online. All collaboration slack teams and everything etc took communion together seventy going on. And what i need is just a very high or pampered. Okay you want shared one story the statement on watch ivan back to my village. You're one the meet them. And that and surprises. I was telling see mine. Kaleri there and talking to him of he's old and he talked cookie. What are you doing here. I got an working here.

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"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

"Topic. And at the next remove this and i do this and then i know that actually getting matured in the university. But i hope that. I just how foster go through the peak of ignorance or self appreciation and gordon. Space video and accepting knowledge curious awarded thing out there just absorbing it right and keeping it dismissing notice the game and he drew in fact. I mean the conscious competence and unconscious. Competence is a mcafee. you saying. Okay are you conscious of it and it's okay to know that you you're not competent is you. You have a pop who wanted. i think. That's very important journey to go really does digital technology and hobie for we are looking is changing rapidly would no longer true talking about. Joyce's say one of the few choices that you made that you think made you as opposed to hawaii. I think the couple of choices actually need to this point today. One key choice. I made was i was with. Influences have also been complicit as you started mccray that spend a lot of us golden years there but at some point of time and it is going pretty much where it was a standard gauge apart. And you're creating new different attracts sexually suddenly I just got an opportunity. I just thought that okay. It's not interesting enough. Is this what it is is something else out there right and being braun and brought up in my professional career within forces. You don't know what worn out there but he has reverted robert with all this loyal to the company. The today i don't know if the youngest inked that we let it sit on the path that true somewhere was there in that in our view born into parents walked to the company for forty years and retired from there. So you would expect to do the same thing you never taught of switching companies then but then i decided he tough choice but we took..

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"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

"So you realize that maybe some nothing is impossible because in some world in some yom it is possible and yes that have been brought up and just everything away indian way of life. I always had this. He mentioned which i think. Saudis image comes to me suddenly. Left me divisional i. I'm not sure if you understand you heard of that. So anita this as though is agreeable with beyond all these universes so the auto was has been imagined as multiple universes so dc. Aw marvelous parallel universe concentrate so there are millions and millions of this on and on and they're not but droplets atoms that they don't actually sleeping latisha and he is leading up and there's universities are getting their stride and being created with every right if that is true somehow than anything and everything at the same time can be true or not true. Yes so so. You always have this opportunity to dream and some latin. You can make up stories and so your mind becomes a little bit more open to different possibilities. And that was a very influential aspect that you're just open to possibilities. That's it yet opened to stories. You're supposed to turn on the books in had locked less furniture than books. Fatherhood of books in some of my siblings all my siblings seem inherited the same bad habit which our respective spouses necessarily. Don't like the books you don't see them as much just love to hold back. The thing is that ideals of possibilities and it's a macro are creating our own what you marked talked about mental model in a Talking what professional. It's a military late. If you create the mental modern of possibilities you can try it. I think that also brings up very positive. View the own book night. And you say okay. That is a spin of positivity that you bring in an ad in itself opens up Those not necessarily critical those those mentors save the option..

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"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

"You need every kind of person in your team right unity efficiencies need your people manager of people leaders right can actually bring people together to make it flow. You need your executional officials. Guys who needed to media analysts people can shown that data look at it makes sense of alfred. Yeah makes sense out of all those kind guys but it could have been that okay could have got the wrong guy on this video. Which was then things would have gone. Platinum go flat actually had things in my life which i cannot ceo that have gone bad because of just the same. These people really good and divide intent. I have a sincere believe that every person if you even people in this very few of them so everyone ends wants wants to do the best in his capacity in that particular scenario that he or she is putting is sincerely believe in. It is just about recognizing that what his skin saw and aligning them. The right space on the right opportunity is not a boston Just as much. And i've seen is this system so i've seen many mismatches and i've seen many successes so i think the only changes people making it a science rather than arc of bring that matching. No we have all the psychological profiles and things and actually the ordinations acknowledging that there is a human element is the strongest right so you talk about gene compared to what it was to be that okay. You have this skill exit. You is matched your name to be successful There's no such thing of cross functional. You may be good at automation but not necessarily no manual. Always putting that sort of understanding has come in the last six years using Bubble of pasta. You know that if a team is not able to journal features in the next three months maybe some some change after you. Also get immediate prospect of feedback They were at one change that.

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"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

"Maybe the young youngsters is easy. Oh because they don't have that training yet. Some people in the middle like us little limited exactly so we have to figure it out. We have to learn so. I think that's dot importing not training or the enabling cousin and i senior he does. It is the job off leaders. i called it management. Growing community tudo concentrate not managers manage management. It is a job of the management. Do appear that moment that the middle management is empowered. They knew that okay and give up. Give up control and they can create an so. Their job is to bid dot action and britain involvement that the people closest to the ground to the real world that is happening also the ones who can take those decisions or calls to find out the fosters and the best way doors the value in fact some of the things that he was talking about insuring our enabling and that takes a long hiring back right rather than fishing for somebody beating them to fish and making those innovation happening on the game. Because more and more wise's on heard more and more. You get a sense that okay. Some advocates Maybe area that needs a better. Been me talk about in brazil. Oh is that data. Are you using enabling physician. Any bling europeenne still understand how they are. We are you using menachem techniques that on that Pro data perspective. It's on dr stone to couple of kinks in my mind. There's just a union here. One is aboard access access to the right information at the right time right so one is afford access to the right information. Second is about the capability to drug incites. All of the data data as is is what. It's just gone pitch right so garbage in garbage. Only once you have more mental madhusudan models that can be applied to raw data to draw insights. Then it is powerful now the toad leg in the tripod. which is the most important one is action if that is new. Engine datebook Insights and draw actionable items out of and take it forward and then the feedback loop should go back to action that uses the do then again. It is not often now in our tools that are so it needs access so it can be done to reduce models education. Some level of support mentoring coaching Come together. But i think they're all there for this league but i'll end up to the when we say data driven organizations. I feel it is all about. It's all about awareness and access to the data the right time. It's abode the capability to draw insights understanding joins looking. I i need to get and is about the. They intend to take those actions. Identify actions walk on it. Bite-size try again either defect adapt really quickly gag customer feedback and then again. Look at the rita's what has changed right from any studies. I meant that you can share with all revealing your clients inflammation today. I don't have walked pulled lance. Fortunately it's one organization that..

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"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

"So i'm more like come up to get requirements and the completely hide underneath a to do what i do and then the client has no idea what is happening again. Raise it up against this. My son and this is court looks on. That might be sixty percents from that era of that whole concept to maybe the mall still remains but in a sprint law maxine rate. So maybe still is there but at the time period between new rising up from the water i do is like from six months. It has gone down maybe six. So that's a change. The other thing is that leadership looks at it right and that's complete resisted agree changing faisal. It'd be hundred to bring the opposite tweet. Not issued myself are those. It was like a command and control to give orders you. Could the planet has to be done. And then that's it does no questioning the leader. But then today the readership is actually listening to you. All about who writing direction writing the so early never knew what ordinarily righty what is it. Softer man for i off there. But i don't know how it be wiz using it. I never know the customer. And if i'm walking for the big back walking when a small more deal in the classroom i dunno how the someone in visible blood who knows that and who's the garden was all being all these elements right but today that is a fuss that the leaders and short as the fuss team. That you know is okay. How would everything coming together. That's devante region of that. There's a lot of knowledge for me to as a youngest guy on the team does a lot of knowledge for me to take in and digest consume and figure out insights and then respond to react to it but then it does take me a lot tools to the real the real value to the customer. Which is so. I happened opportunity. I don't see. I always do it. But i always have that opportunity to take that step unresponsive that might be different knowledge he in fact when you talking about mobile in the whole as thinking tonight not given that it is very often earlier that in severe leadership layer used to protect the team. The sense that when you get engaged or the client engaged enraged as the case may be you add the atlas id. You'll feel as if okay you're in the bubble so you get a limited information and you're just done on the thing and you keep doing it right now. One of the things that i often is that the Because you are directly visible to your steak or does it means that there is that much more responsibility that you carry and and it takes awhile for somebody to get adapted to it feeling just appreciate of it but also say okay. Maybe that is a different way of working. Back is the hardest part but definitely especially when you're used to this culture and in fact i mobile earlier. Conversation rate. A hosters coach immortal. But you talk to the partisans remember that all time that select stopped geographies. Right in award where we are. Typically we have a higher part to in india so we expect a little bit of the command and control all the changing definitely thinking really really for us for how you changing that mindset. Dita's changing the mindset fast enough and that takes a toll on you so you are not naturally inclined to question authority so that means it has to be a trade that has drained into your that has to be talked to you and told you that hates okay childhood. Yeah okay. don't question of radio you don't question. Your elders stood silent and listen to them and that leaves a mark. Now you continue okay. One has changed and knowing questionable. Some in authority right and necessary doesn't go..

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"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

"Spent get eaten than release it so it was interesting because today you say that you the feature very code. This is more so it does make on checklist. Okay these other features if you talk on duggal off and if he check your ticket for for it was a little bit of more beautiful that time videos to Announcements okay this is that obeys clogged hooks us a hoax provided you could just latch on your spot just to give that additional bit of hostility been new. Been there from the start. I realize that it was it was a moment that will become so widespread but yes we were part of it. It's right now by earlier. Hetero was on prem. Now everything off prem and becoming more as service site that has seen many measures nations are moving or no go base and a you functionally. It is amazing to for you to talk about. I don i joined infosys. Write off my college so they did. The original one was having dr having some of those a walk enough students for hand management alcon and all of that is different biz on organization Systems it you saying that. It's very customized based on bed so the these functions demeaned the so you have stuffing breaks up. The group is a key on sunday needs. You have learning systems for the coordinators system. Bent the that substructures required. How does businesses out does different business units. Interact with each other. You have Define the relationships. Between departments how interact accelerate how to structure what comes under the hierarchy organization. Arcade said in you. How are the people want it upwards for the so so there is augmented Then you have to build the people that are you ready to talk about okay. What are the grading systems or the conditions. How does the silently opinion. What's right so i think by nature saw most of the hr systems are similar audra. They have the same functions but one speed definitely is not the same as other people that are different confidence tweeter elements to it the calculations different bonus way daughter does a different way. Now the yard dpis what it is. They trying to create a genetic researched. Multiple businesses across different industries found out that the overall roughly eighty percent of common elements that are available across the industry bureau on you give that and then you can contribute to consider. How can you make country. How can an account number that you can set up can be configured able when they try to know that you need your bank account goods. Your phone number deals email addresses the way your employees setup xxx across his is it. A supplies base darkies depletion. Set that up so more or less. These are certain ways was always be called. The the you stuff manage trainings. For example john operations. How do you manage the data. That's a big part of hr systems right..

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"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Software People Stories

"Welcome to this off their stories. I'm schiff. I'm chitra and ninety. We bring you interesting untold stories of people associated with the creation or consumption of software based solutions. You'll hear stories of wadsworth. And sometimes what didn't you will also hear very personal experiences and insights. That would trigger your thoughts and by an even greater the the last year or more has been a tough one for all of us and the second wave of covid nineteen has been much worse to help those affected by the pandemic in india. The podcasting community has come together under the hashtag board for change banner to raise funds through an exclusive ngo partner give india please join the power consulting and the software people stories and hashtag bought for change is we look to make a positive impact in the lives of those affected by covid nineteen. Please visit the link at the description. Someone really needs the help. Remm come to this episode of the software people stories guidry conversation.

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Dallas To Enact Mask Mandate Before State Mandate Expires

Rick Roberts

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas To Enact Mask Mandate Before State Mandate Expires

"Of Dallas, expected to issue a mask mandate before the statewide mass requirement is officially lifted next Wednesday was Mayor Eric Johnson says it's too soon to lift mass mandates and doesn't know why. Governor Amit thinks doing so was a good idea. The mayor plans to mandate masks and all city owned buildings and says he's working with city attorneys to figure out the legality of it all, essentially an order of mine. Takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency. The governor Abbott said earlier this week that he supports mass wearing during the Corona virus pandemic, but doesn't believe Texans need to be told by the state to do it anymore. Twit Nevil, WB AP New

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Can teaching your children sign language can help language learning?

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Can teaching your children sign language can help language learning?

"I'm surprised that attachment experts and people that are really You know enthusiastic. I won't say into but you know attachment. I'm they wouldn't have brought this up and said wait a minute. Debate one of the best ways that we can increase attachment in up for kids and their parents would be to teach them to sign. Then the other thing is as far as learning other languages in the future me say your child wants to learn spanish in fourth grade or french or latin. Like i did. It's gotta be so much easier for them because they know how to work different parts of their brain time. They'll both of my kids. I haven't even mentioned this to you. That's what i'm saying. We're on the same wavelength. Both of my kids are well. I i'm trying to get them trilingual and so sign is they know the least amount of words but they are a hundred percent bilingual english and spanish. You could talk to them all day in spanish and not say one and their three or two and three you can letters goalie bonian lebedeva or just as i was getting london from the park. I was talking to her in spanish in saint northstar stormy indo. Why are you not sleeping right now. Let's go given the call sign and schilling george inner mixes. She will one hundred percent. She'll say grass on Oh my gosh. She said the other day she said Coma safety say like she was asking me. How do you say Gosh she say she said komo's ad say word in spanish amit was wild and then she asked the sentence in spanish so she was just wondering we weren't even speaking in spanish. Yup is she is she was on yet. But i promise you sign. Language is the reason that she has blown through her milestones. At one year she was she could do such a nerd journaling every month of other things or whatever so they can read back on it. I actually made them a g mail account and i like email them emails so that one day they can read stuff that i like sent to them on. That's my mom again. Jama color jama grant jan and grandma jam telling me to do that so we did that but say gosh. Where was i going with that and we were talking about. You want trilingual hocken about the ease that you Create for your kids in learning third and fourth language. If at early age they've learned to yes and i. It's it's it's very true. Yeah i am telling you. Oh we asked that was her. It was at her pediatrician appointment for her one year. They're like you know. Kimchi say three to five words. And i might jan which language and they were like what she knows. English sign in spanish. And i'm like teller. London like lima one year old. My one year old was. I'm like come on. You know it's hard because you know kids if they're not always going to do what you want especially that kind of clam up at the doctor's office but she was like we're not leaving here until she says a word all these languages than being on like london you know. Show us milk show as eater. Whatever she could say a couple words in spanish Probably like five six in spanish probably ten in english as a one year old. Now that's different. I was wild pick. I mean my pediatrician. Just couldn't believe her eyes but my son wasn't like that so it's not like they had the same upbringing in the same house. That totally proves every kid is different. Like my son could not do that. Yeah i actually am not. That's not unusual that you know girls. Language progresses more quickly than it has nothing to do with intelligence. It's just it's you know who they

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"amit" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"amit" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Quickly. What's involved in that. So i did discuss with according of my which is also amazon. Certain gordon leviathan. We decided that there is no really any information on the internet. Gotta logistics to amazon. Even specific sound goes to show. We saw new. The me was two thousand sixteen so tried to blame inflammation freely right through the clients to set gone through g. sticks lily from the basics to a more advanced starting from the type of service the difference between air shipping to shipping out the proper Goods how to determine the duty percentage based on the ages code and so and so on law now like a lot of things do that it just takes. It's good for people to check that out. Because it's it's hard to across in a podcast sometimes the level of tell me to try it. It's quite a precise art. So i think. The biggest advantage disregarded discuss emphasizes it position format setup and from france for the point and trying to match it together so it would have been a benefit students. Great and obviously you've got a lot of expertise in that you mentioned before that it's helpful Top of frightful. To on your side. Or maybe in this case using using b. m. fulfillment warehouse so people contact you best whether the best way to get easy which to what's out messenger. E may yeah we i can show my image can show my emitted be though in my company website in people can contact us easily asked them. What's today's those listening on the cost hits. Www dot our s hyphen e. com dot com r. s. for suga hyphen e. c. o. M. for mother dot com or info at resin tol hyphen logistics dot com. I mean you could check it out on the facebook. Group is well. If you're in their amazing conference like fb will come to the the block ten k. Collective will have the information that so. Thank you so much Sorry to ask you so many questions in one go but once get the maximum value added Having you here is obviously such critical. Pick an as again just to emphasize that the best way to end up with profits once you got to bestselling or well-selling products of course with that provider but any serious business. I know that has been in business for while has at least a one or a handful of products. The make the majority of their profits just navigating out at soccer. Those is the best thing you can enter doing. Logistics is a huge pot about not to mention that pm to fbi as well to make sure you keep those those units flying out the door to the customers and making this prophet so very many. Thanks for helping us without piece of the puzzle today or meet. Thank you very much for your phone. Everyone thank you if you make between eight and thirty thousand euros or dollars a month on amazon so about six to twenty two thousand pounds. This is worth a minute of your time. I've noticed a consistent problem for e commerce sellers around this level of sales. They've got one two or even several products making decent sales. They've got market research on the had their sourcing in place in short that done the basics of launching products and of that business but too many are driving blind usually. They don't know their numbers whether they're financial marketing often. They are lurching from uncontrolled spikes sales to going out of stock and early. They lack a clear roadmap for the next phase of growth. That business is in short unstable. Probably not very profitable and certainly unsellable step forward with a ten kate. the ten. kate's up is a process to hunt sellers businesses at this critical point in their growth it will make businesses more stable and more profitable. You will work together with me. One to one to help organize your finances and marketing data. We will get to you the best use of your accounted to keep on top of your numbers and of your freight forwarder to stay in stock and keep making money once that stable we will work together on a product roadmap to get to seven figures. Ea in profitable sales over the next one to three years. In short we will help you. Turn your business in set makes you money now and which you can if you want selling future for a healthy six or even seven figure som- to find out more about how that works just go to. Www dot amazing f. b. a. dot com for slash tuneup. That's amazing f. B. a. dot com. It's t. u. n. e. Up psyched for listening. Thanks for listening to the tuncay collected. Podcast with the family of amazing fda podcasts. Today's episode is sponsored by the new e commerce. Podcast the ecommerce leader. The podcast is hosted by yours. Truly and jason miles multi-million dollar shop if i- owner and unum is highest rated economists instructor if you're the owner of a thriving online business and he wants to become the best ecommerce leader you can be. It's got your name on it for free guides. Many courses on many topics go to. Www dot the ecommerce leader dot com.

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Stephen .M. Smith and the Iron Bowl

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Stephen .M. Smith and the Iron Bowl

"Stephen smith welcome back from touchdown. Alabama stephen amit always good to see you and great to have you on the program. So it's the week of the iron bowl you've been high on the tide. Since the first time we talked during the summer. let's start with mag jones because you told us. He was different than that was before the public. In the heisman voters fell in love with him. Absolutely i mean. The young man has been battle tested poise and career. I remember him in the us. Freshmen in two thousand seventeen with the scout team out there throwing bombs and of course coach saban told him stop throwing the ball deep all the time. King looks at cope sabres coach. Tell your defense a check me there so you got a guy with that type about and that type of confidence even check his own coach. Nick sabin that you got yourself a quarterback that can really do some special things. So i knew from mack. Jones the freshman that he was poised to this moment but also seeing the growth that he's made targeted stephen m. smith who stephen m. seems like every every aspect of alabama has gotten better the one that has surprised when people is the is the defense. Because after the ole miss game i i wasn't sure that p golden should be buying green bananas. But what's happened on that side of the ball. The main thing is coke. Sabin and pete goading have done a great job. Simplifying things on times player stink too much. You think about my job and is my teammate. Doing his job. It's the guy in front of me. The guy behind me the guy next to me doing their job. And when you're thinking about so many things of your job is and training your is to be district where confusion comes in so nick. Saban has always been one to say. Do your job and the rest will take care of itself. So she and goading been a great june above of simplifying. The game plan players have done their job. You're seeing more pressure on defense guys stopping the run better. More turnovers created a the big thing here. Paul is essentially omits game. You've looked eleven. Shutout quarters football alabama including a complete game shutout of mississippi state and the team is getting off the theater on third down so a better job of simplifying the game plan and players. You know being concerned about doing their job correctly. It's interesting. we haven't really heard much in the aftermath of jason water when he went down some of the pundits. I remember somebody. Espn said alabama was done. They had no chance of winning the national championship. How has that been dealt with on the team. Because it doesn't seem like and i realized alabama has played a top five team Yet they will seem like they've done quite well without him. I remember a conversation. I had with john. Michie paul about you know. How do you feel. Avoid behind by waddell. He's a one type player. Barry explosive guy would. He got hurt against the volunteers. You heard coach. Sabe say you know. I hurt for college football. Not the fact that saving hearts for alabama. I'm sure he pretty much does but he hurts for college. Football due to people enjoy seeing james waddell on the field. He's fast he's a bottle he's gone. He's energetic he's explosive. He's highly entertaining. Obama has found ways to work. Around this. you've seen slade. Boden return be on kickoffs. Of course he got a twisted ankle against kentucky alabama monitoring jam all week and practice. He should be able to go this week. But we'll see what happens We have seen devante. Smith retiring ponts against kentucky patrick satanic. A second has also field in that role a little bit so save has put he and different guys and that special teams role to try to you know. Fill that void but it's worked out for the most part. It is difficult trying to find that guy that can do know what j. waddell does

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Whats Next for the Biden-Harris Team?

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Whats Next for the Biden-Harris Team?

"Today we are joined by another round. Were all. I have so much respect and admiration for a team of graves. The president and ceo of the national women's law center a team. How are you today. I'm feeling good and so glad to be me today. I'm so glad you were able to make it. I have so much. I wanna talk to you about glad that we get to talk about good things in my opinion because he has a new president. We have a new vice-president our first woman of color to serve in that role are woman to serve in that role so we gotta start off with the personal before we dive into the amazing work that you do to make sure minin women of color are centered in all of these policies. That how're you feeling. Where were you when you saw. The breaking news had to celebrate. So i was a big old bag of tears on saturday. I you know some of it. I will just say was The relief. I don't think my body knew that the last four years it had been clinched in holding so much as some of it was like a release can. Can we talk it out for a minute. So many people. I have been talking to any one moment in cracked me up. She said i felt like. I took off my weighted blanket. My bra and my extensions. So that's how. I felt for sure. But i also was just in awe of that we will have a madam vice president. We've never said that before amit. She's a black woman that she's a south asian women in what it says about our leadership and what it says to a coming generation of black and brown girls who will be okay being ambitious. Because they've seen it. I just i'm still choked up thinking about wet now feels possible and i'll just tell you one quick story. My i have two sons and they are twelve and eight and my eight year. Old grew has grown up casually talking about. When i become president you know. He just sorta We'll drop it incidences as like well. Maybe one day when i'm president and he's able to do that because he saw it in president barack obama who he would call he calls president bronco and and so president bronco was out there in just being there provided a whole new opportunity for people and so i am really excited that we will have that for free black Young people to know that leadership can look like a vice president elect comma harris. It's amazing i i don't have kids have nieces and nephews and i think about my niece in particular that she only knows. Hillary clinton are miss hillary as she hall alter who ran for president and now he knows kamala so for her. This is just so normal that it's gonna be weird for them if they see a presidential ticket without a woman they're gonna be lightweight with. I think we're done with the idea of all white male tickets. I actually think people will people will think what what is that. And how did we get their that. It is a new day in many ways. Because of that and i think this country will be grappling with that going forward absolutely and we know that we have our new president lagged or vice president elect and i was telling so many people when they were saying. Oh he's up in the polls. This is going to be a blow out as i know this this racist high. I talked about it on the last episode by there are still people who were fine with the direction the country was going in in. Its because those are people that no matter who is in office in what they're doing they're going to be fine or they're okay. If the bad things are happening to people not Horsely bad is just a reality. I i will tell you. I believe in celebrating deeply. And so i was in a celebrate tori spirit beacon with me. I brought it into our team this morning. And i said guys we got to do that. I know what is brewing next. And what comes next the diagnosis of like what. What led to the electoral outcomes that we have so step to celebrate and i the parties around the world. I felt like i did that. Pretty effectively step two is having a data fueled standing of how we got there and that you know the two of the matter is when all of the votes are finally counted. You know it's likely somewhere. North of five million. More people voted for the biden harris ticket than not but it is also the case that we have to grapple with the more than million people who supported donald trump. And why

What's Next for the Biden-Harris Team?

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:04 min | 1 year ago

What's Next for the Biden-Harris Team?

"Today we are joined by another round. Were all. I have so much respect and admiration for a team of graves. The president and ceo of the national women's law center a team. How are you today. I'm feeling good and so glad to be me today. I'm so glad you were able to make it. I have so much. I wanna talk to you about glad that we get to talk about good things in my opinion because he has a new president. We have a new vice-president our first woman of color to serve in that role are woman to serve in that role so we gotta start off with the personal before we dive into the amazing work that you do to make sure minin women of color are centered in all of these policies. That how're you feeling. Where were you when you saw. The breaking news had to celebrate. So i was a big old bag of tears on saturday. I you know some of it. I will just say was The relief. I don't think my body knew that the last four years it had been clinched in holding so much as some of it was like a release can. Can we talk it out for a minute. So many people. I have been talking to any one moment in cracked me up. She said i felt like. I took off my weighted blanket. My bra and my extensions. So that's how. I felt for sure. But i also was just in awe of that we will have a madam vice president. We've never said that before amit. She's a black woman that she's a south asian women in what it says about our leadership and what it says to a coming generation of black and brown girls who will be okay being ambitious. Because they've seen it. I just i'm still choked up thinking about wet now feels possible and i'll just tell you one quick story. My i have two sons and they are twelve and eight and my eight year. Old grew has grown up casually talking about. When i become president you know. He just sorta We'll drop it incidences as like well. Maybe one day when i'm president and he's able to do that because he saw it in president barack obama who he would call he calls president bronco and and so president bronco was out there in just being there provided a whole new opportunity for people and so i am really excited that we will have that for free black Young people to know that leadership can look like a vice president elect comma harris. It's amazing i i don't have kids have nieces and nephews and i think about my niece in particular that she only knows. Hillary clinton are miss hillary as she hall alter who ran for president and now he knows kamala so for her. This is just so normal that it's gonna be weird for them if they see a presidential ticket without a woman they're gonna be lightweight with. I think we're done with the idea of all white male tickets. I actually think people will people will think what what is that. And how did we get their that. It is a new day in many ways. Because of that and i think this country will be grappling with that going forward

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Saudi King Is Said to Have Successful Gallbladder Surgery

PRI's The World

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Saudi King Is Said to Have Successful Gallbladder Surgery

"Moving onto Saudi Arabia. King Salman is spending some time in the hospital there this week Saudi state media report he had surgery to remove his gallbladder, and it was successful nothing life threatening, but whenever an eighty four year old national leader is hospitalized for whatever reason it raises questions for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Those questions about what a possible succession might look like the World Sharon Jafari reports the modern day kingdom of Saudi. Arabia was founded in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, two, and since. Since, then it's been ruled by the same royal family succession has mostly gone from father to son or brother to brother eighty four year old King Solomon took over from his brother into fifteen. Joseph Russell was the US ambassador to Saudi Arabia back then. Oh, yes, I got to know him very while this describes Kim Samoan as educated Matt. It says the king loves to read to his grandchildren so whenever he went back to New York while says he would buy books as gifts for some on. In the old culture of Saudi culture books never had pictures. That's because the ultra conservatives in the kingdom considered images to be un-islamic, so made sure I brought books a lot pictures. One time was false, as he brought by another bound copy of one thousand and One Nights, a collection of middle. Eastern folktales, and the king loved it. At the opportunity to work with online, I grew very fond of him, but while Kingston Mon- might be the most powerful official in Saudi Arabia. It's his son. Crown Prince Mohammad Bin, Salman who runs the kingdom on a day to day basis. NBS known is next in line to the throne. Nowadays, the process of succession is overseen by a special group of authorities yes-men. Faruk is with Carnegie in. For International, peace in Washington, the previous king had established what they call the allegiance council, which is basically a counseled from the surviving sons of the funder for NPS to become kings. She says this council would initiate a process for members of the royal family to pledge allegiance to the new king, but right now there's a problem. The Allegiance Council doesn't have had the last one died, and I think the position has been vacant for over two years now and one member at least of the allegiance council is under arrest Prince Amit faulk says NBA has been controversial figure since they want his made it his mission to consolidate power and supply line any potential competitor. Nabil Nura an expert on Gulf affairs says MP's has arrested an intimidate viable members of the royal family also rounded up hundreds of businessmen and activists. He was to show that he is the guy for the position, and he wants to make sure that there are no challenges in his way to the throne occupied. Was it all after. that. The king went to the hospital state TV showed him holding a cabinet meeting from there. That's to show that the king is alive and well, and still in charge, but nobody says it's an open secret that MBA's is actively pushing to become king while his father is still around. Why well a number of things one of them is related to the US actually Hamad bin. Salman wants to make sure that he ascends the throne while president. Trump is personally that states trump has been supportive of the crown. Prince says it's not clear if joe. Biden would do the same besides the American election does also the G. Twenty summit in November. It could be a critical moment for MBA's to show that he is in charge. And some people from the Royal Family might not be happy with Hamad bin Salman, being king, so hammered. This might ascend the throne while his father is still alive to make sure that everything goes smoothly. So where does all this leave the US? Saudi relations Yes menfolk says NBA is a controversial figure in Washington DC. She says it's not internal policies that have raised eyebrows NBA has has been the war in Yemen and according to the CIA or did. Did the kidding of Washington Post columnist Jamal and unfortunately like many things inside Washington there is polarization and the debate is very much politicized, but let me tell you that the concern, the uncertainty about the rule of Mohammad Bin, Salman is certainly bipartisan. People differ on what to do about it, folks. Some things have not changed Saudi Arabia remains a key player in the global oil market and president. Trump has boasted about selling weapons to the king. Now with the possibility of political transition in both countries on the horizon, there are big questions about the future of the relationship between the two longtime allies.

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U.S. Air Force Launches Contest to Replace the B-52 Bomber’s Engine

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Air Force Launches Contest to Replace the B-52 Bomber’s Engine

"Here to talk about bombers. There is news just breaking as of May nineteenth the US Air Force kicked off a three way competition to reengineer. Its entire seventy six aircraft. Be Fifty two fleet and the the competitions going to be underway. They just released a request for proposals. Steve can you talk about what the Air Force is looking for? And what that means for the companies involved. Yes so on Tuesday evening or Tuesday late afternoon the Air Force released the our fee to start Step two of the engine source election the replacement for the Beef at T.F. Thirty Three's which You know design. That goes back about sixty years. And you've got three companies in the competition. Rolls Royce with the VR seventy five. Which for this competition. They're calling the effluent thirty We also have the engine. That's on the global six thousand that The Air Force is flying as as the e eleven As a communications relay. Pratt Whitney is competing with the w eight hundred which is another business jet engine and you've got Ge that has said that they are looking at offering either or both of the CF. Thirty four engine actually started out with the. A ten In still in service with the ten. But it's gone onto power of regional jets and Also it's passport engine. Which is the propulsion system on the bombard? Da Global Seven thousand business jet. So those are the those are the three competitions with air forces looking for is a new propulsion system. That as what what they say is basically the T.F. Thirty-three has kind of come to the end of its life beyond twenty thirty. They don't really see. You're very viable way of sustaining it. And keeping it in service. But of course they've decided that the B fifty two will continue operating beyond twenty fifty so they need something under the wings of those aircraft. Keep them flying and they're looking for something that it can extend the range by twenty five percent that can add a bunch of loiter time to the B fifty two's mission set and They won't cost too much and that they can integrate as quickly as possible. So that's that's where we are with the competition Steve Guy. Can you tell us a little bit of it? Gives us a little more sense of the engines? That will be competing. Hard High State Yeah I it's fascinating to me that this is competition is underway. It's it's really difficult to believe that in the early two thousands that they looked at this in the nineteen seventies even looked. This goes back a long way. Pratt and Whitney originally proposed a you know of the upgrades the T.F. Thirty three which courses based on the original J. Three engine that Pratt went. They developed some back in the in the late. Fifties and early sixties. Rolls Royce of course came really close more recently With an offbeat till Evan Option in the mid. Nineteen nineties with with Boeing as a team So it's been an ongoing thing but that was was four engines to replace AIDS so this is different. Because you've got eight engines. Replace eight engine. So how could that possibly work? So the the reason it can work is that over the last fifty years which is really the length of the of this program The original engine. If it's hard to imagine this but the actual fan amit served Pratt and Whitney engine that the the one that's on the inevitable at thirty three is about fifty inches the inlet itself and yet the bypass ratio. Which is you know the key parameter ready for the performance of this Is Only one point. Four three two one but all of the engines that nabbing pushed through for this replacement here. We are fifty years later. They're all between four point. Two to five point five to one bypass ratio but basically in the same diamonds and that reflects the fact that all those cores of shrunk at in you've got much more efficient fan flow and that so here you are bringing in these twenty-first-century engines however just to clarify that One of those engines at state mentioned. Jeez pushing forward with the CF thirty four DASH sandwiches one option. That engine actually will be this year celebrating. I believe it's twenty eight anniversary so it's it's not a near engine itself. Likud's relative to what it's replacing it still a youngster. Really Oli others estate mentioned on new business jet engines up just a little bit of sort of back of the envelope. Calculation and based on the published data that we've got. It's quite interesting. You look at the actual weight that bear way to each of these engines and do a quick so a calculation it at the moment they the tip thirty three. The ship said of bear engines weighs about thirty five thousand pounds. That's just mean a mechanical gear on on the on the pylon not including the case sings or even sometimes accessories. If you look at the calculated waits for the others the passport which is the other g engine would actually weigh slightly more about thirty six thousand the prod engine the Peterloo eight hundred which state mentioned which is the The J. Six hundred five hundred engine is sly is actually the lowest just under twenty five thousand. Pansy got an interesting calculation going on that but basically they're all within about three inches of each other in terms of inlet diameter all within a few hundred pounds thrust so it's very complicated competition and a very interesting calculus that the Athol is GonNa have to go through.

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"amit" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"amit" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Appreciate being right once a year blue angels by the way great show great also still got it and the man who just finished a Greek and Latin final as long as as well as two other finals yesterday back in the saddle in turn Amit how are you doing really good you feel a little bit of a weight lifted off your shoulders because of that Greek and Latin final being done yeah happy I got a got now did you really wow what's good for you and then for the rest of the shower right now it's dead language you don't speak it you write a Greek lot eighty eight lines at all speaker creek is also dead by ice well Latin for question got you took the class username to Latin though if you know a lot like this you know like potentially for other languages as well so look at Amit becoming a very diverse human there and that's what we need here honestly did you cheat Jackie that thing you do now I did not cheat the jobs market smart well said sure sounded way he delivered that **** guy who cheated but when we go on the record is not cheating right the only time it's ever had inflections voice ever normally she is very we're staying right here that one I did not sure I thought you said in New York and Massachusetts if they knew that they were gonna have no fair do you think they will continue to go yeah at least for the NFL may be right because this number has been tossed out that the NFL's debt limit has been raised for each team another hundred fifty million so from three hundred fifty million dollars in debt it has jumped up to five hundred million dollars in debt per team which they can use I assume as their as they please that was something I was voted upon in a conference call yesterday with Roger Goodell I guess and I have a lot of questions Mike okay if they're going in the five million dollars in debt because of thinking there's a chance of a billion dollar losses of billion dollars with the losses if they were to go without fans it's a hundred million dollars really enough for them and and I think we did about the other day it is I don't think that would be enough for them an extra hundred fifty million but who are they getting this debt from what does the NFL have a bank like is Roger Goodell running a bank that they're like you know what everybody can get another hundred fifty million dollars per team it's R. five million part which I believe is sixteen billion so what bank are they getting there's depth from sixteen billion dollars if it's our own banks in there a lot do business does that banks have to keep that completely open with Roger Goodell so they know who's using what amount of money for that and also how long has this been happening is it just me using this data model for a lot of like art I don't under I don't think I knew about this and we try to read as many articles as possible about it no we know damn thing but there's only a couple teams that don't have fans in the stands if it's a New York Massachusetts teams in that nature Philadelphia I think the rest of the NFL because of how they operate as a team as opposed to Dallas Cowboys with our own operation I was certain that that that is potentially to make up for those teams that won't be able to fit right I would assume that that is potential I I think that while you know Dave Portnoy's winning the man cave thing Roger Goodell is probably sitting in zoom's trying to figure out every case scenario like how do we figure out everything and here's what it's looking like yours is because the NFL we all understand is not to be slowed down by this yeah I think I think if we can bet on something at this moment on Wednesday may thirty it's at the NFL is for the river okay that is what they're gonna do is use the Oregon Trail they got the the saddle in the back they got their entire family walking alongside it when they get an opportunity to either wait it out until the flood dies down or to Ford the river they are fording the river every single time and I think that's a good news for americana but it also obviously has its risks so they have to weigh risk management which is like a pros and cons here we got a lot of teams it'll be able to operate however they want we got some teams that might have to have no audience let's go ahead and up the debt limit which we could potentially transfer over to those teams you don't make any of the money well we all do it and if the California the only teams have to move into another state where to go there but they just hijacked a college they just say Hey this is ours our team now like what do they do I don't know how it operates I I I don't know how it's gonna go but I think that is something that the entire NFL figured out in for the NC double a they're gonna have to see how unified they actually are I think the pac twelve already feels as if there may be like the ugly step brother of the whole thing and I feel like there's gonna come a chance where the rest of the world can show whether or not they're the ugly step brother and they're gonna have to make a decision on whether or not they move on without the California teams because it feels like the California state and I hate this for we have a lot of listeners and followers in California we appreciate how you we hate to go through this but it feels like they are going to be in a much different world than us going forward here in the next couple weeks and then for months to come it's like how if you're the SEC big ten big twelve how do you look at that and be like okay so our world is back but there isn't do we sit back because them and none of them have really been relevant for a long time what do we do here and it's it's gonna be intricate don't write books about this they're gonna like there's only twenty years from now we're going to a lot of stories about how this is all handled and it's going to be interesting to see how history unfolds I cited to see like the NFL teams playing a like Boise in the vada and places like that that'll be fun to see yes Las Vegas raiders that that pitch black stadium that they built a middle of the desert is about done looks beautiful the LA stadium I don't think I've seen anything looks near done right I don't think I've seen any video traffic like they showed a video I think we saw from a couple months before that and then the raiders one we show they had a completely finished so where will the Los Angeles teams go to now that's the next question maybe go send town and like batter San Antone and I do all the put players and their families move there and get temporary housing so like they actually do kind of have a home site during the season or they travel back to California their homes after every single got away they would have to pick up and move on to some and then maybe that's the debt limit that's being raised so they can pay for housing for places for players I don't know I have no idea how this going to work if I were them do the rams and Chargers both got the same city absolutely not right now right now right now from the Chargers I'm trying to get out of the room city is stacked like I I'm send them to Wyoming I'm gonna write down here to San Antonio welcome back to the San Antonio Chargers upon them and maybe by the way just maybe just like the Oklahoma City they had there was a little bit of a run this could be a trial run to see if a great city like San Antonio could potentially get a team leader now they'll be expansion and they'll be a whole nother conversation I would have to happen to be on the draft and who knows if you ever want to do that but there's a lot of cities that have been begging for an NFL team for a long time maybe go there how bout now get yes Antonio's the one that I was thinking the rams can't go back to Saint Louis we haven't down Chargers raiders steal salaries hired by the way the battle hawks fan base or ready for NFL team to be back in there they still got that terrible down yeah that that that it was a despicable though it's terrible it's probably the worst playing surface I've ever seen but lactic for those battle if they have to get through yeah the thing I mean there's a lot of problems it's why the rams wanted to leave or whatever allegedly because they wouldn't give me stadium but now we're talking about what we three months away from season three months away from season and teams don't even have a home yet what did the XFL help some of these teams because the St Louis metal hawk show that they could definitely handle program if they have to right now with each other about Portland this Portland they probably will they be locked out states there so I'm saying here we go says that too close because just in California like I mean I see the guys in the whole kind of west coast there because that's kind of coastal yeah Washington right was a starter so yeah that nursing home rest in peace but if he or I don't know Hey that's what we're here for to talk about things we don't know enough about seventeen minutes after the hour we gotta get to a break we got Ted Ginn joining us in twelve minutes and then in the second hour NBA insider from the athletic from strong hand are Arizona reporter an insider Allan Quaye Shipley old loaded.

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The impact of COVID-19 on Rikers Island

WSJ What's News

04:36 min | 2 years ago

The impact of COVID-19 on Rikers Island

"Rikers island. New York City Jail Complex Housing. Four thousand inmates across eight facilities is now among the most infected workplaces in the country. Correction officers. Say they're working longer hours and are worried about catching the virus and spreading it to their families. Wall Street Journal reporter Deanna. Paul has been looking into the situation and joins me now. It's Hannah. There are inherent challenges to dealing with. An outbreak added jail or prison. Inmates are in close quarters and correction. Officers aren't always able to adhere to social distancing while doing their jobs. How're facilities across the country handling this since we've seen Kobe? One thousand nine hundred increase across the country there've been prisons in jails both the state local and federal level that have released prisoners at Rutgers New York City. They've opened up separate housing units in order to quarantine inmates who are either presumptive positives or are symptomatic or have been confirmed to have the virus. So let's talk more about rikers island jail in New York City which is now seeing one of the worst corona virus outbreaks in the country. What happened there? What did you hear from workers so rikers island is the biggest complex jail complex in New York City? Amit has eight different facilities on it. We've seen over eight hundred corrections employees that have tested positive. And there's been about three hundred and fifty inmates the issue with rikers. That is different. From state level or federal facility is is the turn of people that go in out jails are typically housing people that have either been sentenced to more minor crimes so of under a year or people that are pending trial depending sentence so people are going in and out so go to court. People are getting arrested and being released I think. Fifty percent of the people that are admitted to rikers are released within the first fourteen days. That there there you also have workers that are going in and out. You have people coming to visit the inmates and so all of that is bringing the virus in an out especially in a time where we were still learning a lot about it and weren't realizing that people who are asymptomatic could be spreading the virus and so the first inmates tested positive at rikers March. Eighteenth the first officer tested positive on March fourteenth and you didn't see the jails suspension until both of those had already happened. They also had a shortage of protective gear. So guards were being given the right types of masks or gloves or anything like that even if they were overseeing inmates who had tested positive Deanna. What are you hearing? From the city in response to these claims about preparedness at rikers island. The Correction Officers Union actually sued the city in early April. I think on April second overlays asking for testing to be made available to correction staffers asking for protective equipment to be made available to staffers. The Union actually bought tens of thousands of an ninety five masks and started giving them out to its officers because the city hadn't done it since then. The city has started testing officers. Who are symptomatic. They've also started making more readily available the protective where necessary. But that didn't happen until we were already. In April we're also seeing facilities across the country. That are released inmates that they're deeming not a danger to society in an attempt to get a handle on this. How does what's happening at rikers compared to what we're seeing across the US at rikers you've seen eight. Staffers have died. The eighth one was two days ago. And you've seen to inmates who have died and I guess I'll say that's at rikers at the same time. You also have gels in prisons all over the country that are still seeing pretty severe outbreaks in Ohio. There's a correctional facility in Marion. That just reported close to two thousand. Inmates tested positive earlier this week. And one hundred and fifty staffers. The Bureau of Prisons on the federal level has also seen a number of inmates. Die Out of oakdale among other prisons OAKDALE SUSANNA. Any other containment tactics. You can point to. They've made so readily available as they stopped charging inmates for for soap and things like that. I think in a prison setting were jail setting where inmates are kept so close together. It makes it really hard to do things like flat in the carver. Socially distance all these terms that we've recently come to be very familiar with those setups aren't really made for those kind of purposes

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Non-Animal Origin cell culture supplements and manufacturing aids for biologics manufacturing

Cell Culture Dish Podcast

08:31 min | 2 years ago

Non-Animal Origin cell culture supplements and manufacturing aids for biologics manufacturing

"I wanted to start today by asking if you could give us. A definition of non animal origin. Is there an industry wide understanding the term? I would love to give you a definition for animal origin or industry-wide definition off for animal origin. Free or known anyone origin unfortunately there is no industry wide definition and there is no useful or clear definition provided by the regulators typically provide you a definition for animal origin but not for non any minority with that in mind what are the distinctions between primary secondary and tertiary levels for Armando origin so the the temps primarily they're attached level non anymore origin or animal origin. Tree these terms are used to what people try to distinguish how far away they believe. The actual origin is for instance primary non. Anyone origin will mean is something which is not directly derived from animal. Secondary on animal origin would be used when you want to say okay. Here's something for instance. Last Produce Feminization and feminization media did not contain any animal arch material for instance recumbent insulin produced by bacteria. And if I may use the recombinant insulin as an example for tets sherry animal or if that could be used when you want to say okay he is pro insulin which needs became instantly and by an enzyme and this enzyme that I'm using. He's a anymore origin and be Also is not coming out of temptation. Which had an arched material in these times are not Foley defined? So if you read about these terms you want to make sure that you really understand what the author or the user actually wants to tell you. Thank you for that. That's helpful as a basis for discussion. I was hoping you could also clarify advice for for listeners. Why is animal origins? Should be concerned in the cell culture. Realm let me start with. Why animal origin a concern animal? Origin IS CONCERNED. Tubular. Typically from sound are adventitious agents coming with that any material. Dr However other concerns for instance dicap- Religious concerns allow kosher concerns around the origin. That could be lifestyle concerns shifting but we can waive LS cheese our topic. However these could also allergies. Are ause topic for France's planter. I've proteins but they major issue are adventitious agents which could be so Nautica so they could cross the species barrier from the animal to the human to the patient and cause disease that patient These competitions agents might viruses for instance SARS rabies virus that? I'm known to cross the species barrier or a protein based agents like the the priority causing tse pse other concerns are related to the supply situation. So getting anymore origin raw material. Importing that into your country could be associated with restrictions likewise she ever media produced which contains enormity died might also be import-restricted into the country. Where your customer sitting with the got to the Cell Culture? There is an another concern. And that is these the cells the MAMMALIAN cell Kashem might be susceptible to such viruses. And if you are robbing a off you wished you're on a buyer actor unachieved conditions. You need to tightly control your by rector and a virus might have a whatsoever effect to yourself. Kasha and from that point on your cell culture would not be regarded as GNP compliant. We talked a little bit about the fact that there isn't a regular trade definition of non animal origin. But I'm hoping that you could share with us. What the regulatory view on animal origin components is the regulatory few on Non Amit components is of course that this is the preferred situation It's regulatory person you would like to avoid any more mature whenever possible or you would expect that any moment you to comply with all the patent interrelations with the gods to non anymore materials and there's a regulatory person. I feel that as much as I appreciate it. I always see cautious because I don't want to any wishful thinking and due. Diligence is always required. Aren't those non animal materials? Don't get blindfolded around the documentation. You truly want to understand why this material is known in Mauritian so keep your eyes open. Keep Your Mind. Open work with the suppliers as closely as possible to truly understand when they talking about non animal origin. Is that exactly what you want to half what you think? Non Animal origin is to avoid any begrudge. Any confusion and at the end may terms disappointment. I also feel like it was worthwhile when you're auditing Uranus to question the the animal for non GMO origin situation and to make sure that you're suppliers are in fact producing S. You wish them to that makes a Lotta sense and I wanted to switch gears a little bit here and ask you work if you could talk about which products in your portfolio or non animal origin and also how much insight you have into. The manufacturing process of the supplements might be started out as being composed of animal origin. caused in the old days. A lot of people just Sourced components from produce them from Sarah. In the meantime. I have as a new wave. The recumbent supplements which Humira he formerly Serem source erm contributed. Mansell so for instance. We asked the using feasible when Sarah more in the hemisphere we have At are commonly such as transferring or at Newman or growth factors to just a few incident on all three and also on the on the side of the manufacturing agents in the days feeding relies for instance on core sonnen tricks. In the meantime we have a complete fool of which we friend Aries greats manufacturing AIDS is something that is typically subsidized on the supplements but it's really Orissa. Supplement manufacturing process ends on the collection of this recumbent. Enzymes is labeled as said prime recumbent supplements and everything in my portfolio. It's Dunston said prime. 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The Science of Mindfulness with Thorsten Barnhofer, Amit Bernstein and Dave Vago

Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science

06:59 min | 2 years ago

The Science of Mindfulness with Thorsten Barnhofer, Amit Bernstein and Dave Vago

"Our guest. Today are David Vago. They've welcome to the PODCAST. Good to see you again Ted. Thanks so much for inviting us. It's really a pleasure it to be here with you. So much and Thurston Barnes Thurston. Welcome to the PODCAST. I said thank you for the invitation says present here and Amy Bernstein. I mean welcome nice to meet you I thanks very much. So let's begin by just talking a little bit about about how the three of you connected for this special issue of current opinions in psychology. What happened? How did you guys connect about about this? Particular topic. Wants to take that one who wants to take that one or you have to start amidst I should. I should start when you were the originator. I'LL START I think we'll talk a bit about The how the idea for this project came about and also how it really grew and changed and evolved after David Thornton. I started to work on together after we reached out to the field to to think through it developed a just initially. I had just sort of looked for two colleagues that I knew in respected did and liked I thought would ring. Perspectives that More commentary and that represented sort of different different not only this disciplinary perspectives but also sort of different communities of global. Mindfulness research in practice optus community. And so that's it was really just sort of sort of to a sort of thing. And they were nice enough to agree the little bit of convincing but the arm twisting on this guy I remember you saying something like Oh it will take much of your time is is out about something like that and how it went. When did I was telling talking earlier about when we actually met? I don't know in the two of you met. I remember meeting Thorson in Birmingham remember. Thurston your two thousand third scene. That was an impressive member of the year in. Did your your number either Hauer when you and I met. I can't remember I do I think it was the SP SP meeting and the sex Anak Society of one of those Social Sidka meetings that everyone goes to which was that one call the. It's or a clinical on that day fresco organized a table and And there was a meet and we were in a panel together new Judd and Oh yeah Oh yeah. ABC He'd be ready to yes. Ruth Bear Myself Judd. And you it yes in Chicago veteran Chicago you look it up or may have been actually Nashville Nashville. I go to Nashville thinker. So this is what happens. You get a video target or the oldest oldest chat for long and that's part of the intent of the guest is giving voice to him so great and Thurston Hubbub. That would probably I don't know how many years ago that was me but that was a while ago and that's when I I we I think we what we connected on on was The dialogue you had a nice way of teasing out answers to some of the difficult questions at thought. And that was you. I'm that that struck me as being You know a powerful tool in this discussion that we're having really about how contemplacion's good thing for us us in terms of mental health physical health right so that was the first time I thought that we we could potentially work again together. And then you reached out again I think or we reached out to get together. We saw each other at the mind and life Concluded studied and Thurston. How about you you and David touted you to meet you? RECALL THEY SA- longtime buck. Actually we must have met said minded knife some research institutes on so I remember exactly the it is through this community docks. We met since Michigan's Michigan's and kind of state and dialogue. I think thoughts does the networks thoughts cantonized allotted for war. We've we've reported on in the current opinion machine so let's talk a little bit about that and wondering how the just the idea. Hi Dear for this special issue came up well. The editors of the strengths as its current opinions ecology the Journal. Oh and that it's unusual in that it has is kind of like Meta chief editors. They tried identify special issue. Editors Editors who really across a very very wide scope of ideas and methods and questions and they they thought about an issue on. Mindfulness would be timely and interesting and they reached out and I said no a few times because because just wasn't convinced that another special issue in another group of papers really merits asking people to take the time it takes to right. He's kind of academic papers. But I sort of wanting this kind of fantasy and sort of condition. Were we able to do something of scale and scope that would really be unique and would really potentially have impact. I'm on the field Something that would really involve field. Then that could be a really cool project. And I knew that I could but not do that would not be able to put that together Not Intellectually but also not in terms of connections to this community so that was the sort of initiated the first conversations with David Thorsten which was well. If if we if we did this how might we go about doing it. So that it really actually mattered really had meaningful impact in the field. Do

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The Trevor Project's CEO Amit Paley talks LGBTQ challenges today

Here & Now

02:55 min | 3 years ago

The Trevor Project's CEO Amit Paley talks LGBTQ challenges today

"Let's first start with the positive here. The all of the things that have happened since stonewall for the better for LGBT LGBTQ people. What do you think are some of the biggest hurdles that LGBTQ people have overcome since stonewall? There've been a number of advances for LGBTQ people both on the, the legal and rights front as well as the cultural front more Americans now say that they know someone who is LGBTQ than ever before. We see representations of LGBTQ people in the media and, and in political rally. They're also have been a number of advances on the on the legal front, that gay and lesbian, bisexual people have the right to marry someone of the same gender. There have been changes in laws around discrimination, that have helped people on the state level in particular, and so that there have been growing writes, even as we know there's still a lot of challenges in a lot of work so left to do well in, let's talk about some of the challenges, and especially the ones that your organization, the Trevor project focuses on, which is with LGBTQ youth, and specifically suicide will tell us about the problem. First of all. Well, LGBTQ young people are, are more than four times more likely to attempt suicide than their peers. We just did a national survey on LGBTQ youth mental health, which found that thirty nine percent of LGBTQ youth, have seriously considered attempting suicide in the past twelve months, and that that amount is even higher for transgender non binary youth. And why do you think that is there, there are a number of different reasons why that's the case? But some of the reasons are the, the rejection and the discrimination, and hateful rhetoric that a lot of LGBTQ young people face every day both in their community. Sometimes that's from their family or in their schools or their faith communities. There's also, especially in the past few years been increasing heedful rhetoric happening from the highest levels of the of the US government and political figures that ends up having an effect because words, really, do not are, especially with young people will, let's listen to one person one young person named rain. Grayson. Who spoke recently about how the Trevor project helped when suicide was being considered I chose to reach out to the Trevor project through chat, instead of the phone because I couldn't stand the sound of my own voice, and I thought hearing it might drive me straight off the yellow ledge. When someone responded, I didn't let on that I was about to kill myself, but I told them that I felt alone I logged off fairly quickly, but not before I was told I wasn't alone, which might sound like a cliche, until you really do feel like there's no one that rain Grayson is transgender.

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Kerry Kubeck, Robert Mueller And Justice Department discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Kerry Kubeck, Robert Mueller And Justice Department discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

"The Justice department expects to special counsel Robert Mueller's report on the Russia investigation public Thursday morning. Spokeswoman Kerry Kubeck says redacted report will be sent to congress Amit available to the public Muller. Officially concluded. His investigation late last month at submitted nearly four hundred pages of that report to attorney general William

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Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse discussion

Talk Nerdy to Me

04:56 min | 3 years ago

Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse discussion

"Spiderman into the spider verse? Yes. Coming out December fourteenth and time for Christmas. Just in time. Irs I am looking forward to this Troy because not only because it spider-man's Spiderman better mines vitamins. The animation. Looks amazing Amit a whole lot of stuff animated in that fashion before I don't know what they did different. But it's really touching. It's almost like they took comic book like a comic book and 'em enemy. Yeah. I think you're I mean, if if the trailers are any indication on how the movies gonna look. Wow. I mean, I even if you're Spiderman movie, I'll watch it choice, and I do have spent tattoo in is not a tramp stamp, Tom. I shoulder upside down still needed to be colored any tattoo artists out there. I need to colored. But anyway. Yeah. It's miles. Is it going to? Smiles miles Centric. Yeah. I guess it's going to be. Man. I can't say his name. Voicing miles. Morales. Sham Sam Sam lake more. Sorry picture. Please forgive me for butchering your named. Jay junks is going to be voicing Peter bar, despite Amanda, I'm guessing I think so yeah, there's an older Peter Pirker. Like like adult this. Peter Parker using the trailer. Right. Yeah. Even spider Spiderwoman spider doing this. Or I think spider woman's in it also. But the trae trailer is spider spider Gwynne, spider, Gwynne slash go spider. Major name fishes, so cool. I did a fan of spider win. I'm sorry. That's one of the spider. I really I I I'll be honest. I don't I don't know. I know very little, but yeah. Yeah. She's in it. All the older. Peter Parker spider Spiderman war, and everybody's favorite. Peter poker, pork, spider ham. Even brought in spite it's going to be Asom. I can't Troy this. This is this is gonna it's gonna be fun it, honestly, if there's no store just seeing all these characters in this animated movie is going to be so fun to watch. I think. Yeah. Like, I was saying. Whenever marvel puts all the same characters together. Like all the Spiderman you get a lot of comedy and action is turns out to be really good movie. DC does it you get the nightmare. Batman in. This the world ends. That's the two different ways. Those guys third the characters together. I did not know this until right now my phone who's voicing Spiderman, I did not know that crazy nNcholas Spiderman war, that's. The bees. We've got a live fiber is voicing kicking in and all alternate. Ultimate prowlers going to be voiced by all league from the what's what's his character's name in Luke eight. Can't remember it was cutting out cotton amount. Yeah. He's going to be voicing the prouder in spite of it'll be in the prowlers actually mouse's fecal yet. If you guys don't know there's Easter really didn't know about homecoming. Homecoming Donald Glover, the ad eight him, it's it was Kagame Aaron. Prowler? Yes. But yet the premise is on miles. Morales is reality playing reality universe. They something happens with a supercollider. They causes a rift between all the universes and all these other Spiderman come into malls Morales universe. And they have to do something to fix this before destroys all the realities. Don't know what it is. But it looks good. It's spite America, I'm going to watch it anyway, has Gobber Nsur watching as goblin all four being that is that one like that. Because I know in the previews the goblin giant Ormond. He's bulky and yet, I don't know if that's just there in dishes or what? But there's been about thousand renditions of goblin. Everybody's been the goblin at some point. It's going to be awesome. I think there's only two trailers out for this right now or one I seen. The only one

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Can Netflix Avoid Another Earnings Miss?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:40 min | 3 years ago

Can Netflix Avoid Another Earnings Miss?

"We deliver tickets t shirts and everything. You need to what you really get the so much more FedEx delivery, passion, what we deliver by delivering. This is tech news briefing im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York on Tuesday when net flicks reports. Third quarter earnings, these streaming company will get to prove to investors that its earnings miss last quarter was just a passing blip and not a sign of a more serious slowdown. We'll check in with the experts, but I, the tech headlines. We have more details to report on Facebook's largest ever security breach. We now learn from Facebook that thirty million users had their access token stolen as opposed to the original estimate of fifty million. The not so good news is that of the thirty million involved. Fourteen million had their names and contact details, including phone numbers and Email addresses accessed along with such data as their gender and relationship status as well as the last ten places they checked into and fifteen. Most recent searches stay up to date with the latest details on the story. The journals. Kirsten grind covers it at wsj.com. Currently in China, there is a dot com deja-vu happening for the first time. Chinese start ups are getting more money than their US counterparts that seventy one billion versus seventy billion so far this year that pace with investment volume eighteen times what it was five years ago hasn't been seen since the two thousand tech stock bubble. But as with all good things, there may be already signs of a shakeout. The journals Fredge devora has more on the latest tech economics at wsj.com or on the w stay up. And now look at these SoftBank affect on tech IPO's since its launch. Last year, soft bank's tech focused vision fund has pretty much shaken up the venture capital industry pouring hundreds of millions of dollars if not billions into startups. And the journal's Eliot Brown says that Silicon Valley investors are now saying that SoftBank is the new IPO while others have dubbed a SoftBank investment. The Masa peo- named after SoftBank, founder and CEO Masayoshi sun coming up net flicks reports, results, Tuesday, Kennedy, void another earnings, miss and Kennedy. Ford one. In July net, flicks reported five point five million new subscribers for its second quarter, a drop that caused shares to tumble reaching a low of three hundred seventeen dollars in August will Tuesday's third quarter report mean a different story. Let's get right into it. Back with us is rob Enderle of the Enderle group. He joins us from Oregon to talk the state of streaming giants. Money, welcome back. Rob, thriving me so word on the street is that analysts are giving net flicks the benefit of the doubt this go around because of last month's miss. There's a sense of cautiously optimism, but what exactly is projected patient is that Netflix is gonna do very well. This quarter issue courses that last quarter they missed on subscriber numbers. And since then the stock has been a little bit uneven and folks have been just a little concerned about what's going on. That's companies facing a lot of competition. Disney, Amazon are the two biggies that. That that they're looking at Disney's probably the most concerning because they're gonna pull most of their titles from net flicks and have them on their own service. The the in terms of surveys, as we got to the end of the end of the day, looks like most folks were buying those. Those buying in those holding almost balanced. The sellers were were about where the minority, which suggests that everybody's pretty excited about these financial expecting the net flicks tub to meet or beat on this cycle and not have another miss with regard to subscribers this time around. Increasing competition out there and how much of an impact is that becoming just sustainability in the face of all of this rising competition wilder still the company to beat. I mean at Disney really hasn't fully entered the market yet. They're they're a building threat and Amazon and Amazon prime. You get it kind of free when you get there shipping deal so that. So they kind of come in from the side but haven't appeared to hurt that flicks of that much the credit for the loss a last quarter. Most of the fact that that fix where you didn't have that much in terms of new titles going on last last quarter to draw people in. And so the. So that's where the the lack of growth has been credited, but we'll see the, they've got some news new shows coming out this quarter. They're making some adjustments with word of the programming. Some of the ones that are under under under performing a like iron fist have been cancelled. So overall, the. Properties looking pretty good that the as I say, the difficulty I think is the where the most concern is regarded Disney Disney's the powerhouse and the combination of facing Disney as a competitor plus losing Disney titles if likely very painful when it happens, has a history of blips and tumbles followed by, you know, return to business as usual. You know, those bounces have seen the bar getting higher and higher though perhaps that's where we're at. So what do you think is next on Netflix to do list in terms of making sure they stay ahead of the game to continue to bring out new new and compelling content. They they almost owned the last picture award show so that so the MA seem to be a an awful lot of the of the awards going forward, motion your company. They're sending out against the traditional cable companies in terms of awards and and recognition for their their custom shows. And that's what they've gotta do. They have to continue to bring people into the platform, have unique content that ties people to it. So they both retain their existing customer base and then they grow it over time as people cut the cord and move away from the from the traditional networks. So that's what they gotta do. Their basically competition with the networks networks are falling off. Netflix is one of several streaming companies picking up and right Amit continued to be the company to beat segment. But Disney Disney remains a major threat because boy, nobody. Nobody runs against Disney for long. We will leave it on that note rob Enderle. Thank you so much. Pleasure. Check back next podcast to see how it all shakes down. That's it for this edition of tech news, briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.

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Will Vinton, Oscar-Winning Claymation Animator, Dies at 70

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Will Vinton, Oscar-Winning Claymation Animator, Dies at 70

"Animator will Vinton has died from Oregon public broadcasting, April bear has this remembrance. Vincent won an Academy Award in nineteen seventy five for his short film closed Mondays in two thousand seventeen. He noted in a documentary. It was the first time stop motion project was. Ever nominated for an Oscar. Remember that this is a time when round the world ninety. Eight percent of animation was Tuti sell at a nation. You know, the classic looney tunes kind of Amit. So just to even create an experiment with this was way out there. Subsequent EMMY wins and a hit claymation commercial promoting California raisins for paled Vincent, the top tier of the global animated community paving the way for dozens of original features and shorts. Vince family

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Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe's capital escalates; 21 dead

Global News Podcast

02:34 min | 4 years ago

Cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe's capital escalates; 21 dead

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