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Blockchain: What Is It Good For?
"Thanks the perfect storm of slain. You saw big marketing budgets and elon musk's tweets blockchain has been hyped beyond belief. And it's also been made more complicated than it leads to be. More i could up angolan go. My name's ingram go. I'm senior vice. President and chief technology officer for a special intelligence at hewlett packard enterprise. So first question. What exactly is a blockchain. Let's start with a public blockchain first. Let's use an example of a analogy of a of a ring binder. You've got this notebook with many blank pages bound by a ring ring binder on page one the record number of transactions. You know. maybe. Jim pays john two bitcoins and sarah pays jim ten bitcoins and so on and so on then on the next page You have the same again. Set of transactions being written down on it and the knicks page and then expansion so on so if if you imagine each page is a block and all the pages of bound by the ring bind up being the chain. You actually have a a blockchain there right. So that's what blockchain is except for the fact that in a public blockchain this ledger or this record. Write this chain of pages. Chain of blocks is digital and is distributed to everyone publicly equally publicly with no central custodian. Why you want to use a blockchain. There are two major reasons. Why you want us a blockchain right first and foremost this when you wanna keep record of an entire sequence of transactions especially if you want to go all the way to genesis the beginning and secondly you won that record to be transparent that is you want the decentralize it by distributing copies of the same sequence records to everyone equally with no central custodian
"angolan" Discussed on Die Werbebande
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I Disagree with the Second Agreement and I Hope You Take It Personally by TK Coleman
"I disagree with the Second Agreement and I hope you take it personally by tk Coleman of tk. Coleman DOT COM. I like to think in terms of alternatives not absolutes that is instead of adopting an either or logic for problem solving and goal achievement prefer to think in accordance with both and strategies. For example, let's consider the notion of taking things personally self help author. Don Miguel Ruiz has done a magnificent job at popularizing and articulating what is often referred to as the second agreement. Here's a summary of the idea in Ruis. His own words quote whatever happens around you don't take it personally nothing other people do is because of you what is because of themselves all people live in their own dream in their own mind. They are a completely different world from the one we live in only take something personally we make the assumption that they know what is in our world and we try to impose our world on their world and quote. I think that's a very useful idea and I found myself in some pretty lengthy discussions where I've defended it to people who absolutely to test this concept teaches own. I suppose. But as for me, my life has been a heck of a lot easier since I started practicing the second agreement as a critical thinker however, I like to keep my options open. Rather. Than treating ideas like the second agreement as dogmas to be believed in a regard them as value neutral conceptual tools whose usefulness varies with context. Sometimes I like taking things personally even when I know I'm not being personally attacked I deliberately choose to act as if I am being conspired against I usually use this idea as a psychological trick for motivating myself. As long as I can employ the take it personally technique in a way that's healthy and isn't obsessive. I derive great practical value from it. Anyone who's ever played competitive spores probably understands concept very well choosing to look at your competition as the enemy or the bad guys can be an invigorating experience. One of my favorite ticket personally stories comes from Michael Jordan before a soldout contest between the New York Knicks and their rivals the Chicago Bulls Knicks, coach Jeff Van Gundy accused Michael Jordan of being a con man who deliberately X. friendly towards opposing players in order to soften them up and gain a competitive edge over them. Van. Gundy's harsh words were printed in Chicago newspaper and Jordan. saw them before the game. He took it personally and decided to play with a chip on his shoulder for the entire game Jordan had a personal vendetta to show van Gundy just how capable he was having a great game without being nice to his opponents. He did exactly what he set out to do by scorching the Knicks for a red hot one points and one point in the game after hitting an important basket Sharon looked at Van Gundy and yelled at him. One of Jordan's team as reported that Michael Love to us, criticism and hatred as a way of motivating himself a sports commentator who knew of this habit predicted that Jordan would score fiftypoints simply because he would be fired up. I've Angolans words. US, right. Jordan took it personally and brought the best out of him interestingly enough. Here's what Jordan said after the game quote. Guess I. Didn't make any friends out there tonight Jordan smiles I. Think those words were more geared to motivating his players but I don't think on the court they have befriended me, I don't go on the court expecting to make friends. But when I leave the court, I don't take what happened on the court away from me. We're only playing a game. I don't view it as a war away from the game and quote. In a video clip. Jordan talks about how he used that moment as motivation while not letting it get to him in an unhealthy way. Jordan disagreed with the second agreement and it worked does illustrates one of my favorite metaphors for life life a game. As an all games achieving one's goals requires the use of effective strategies. A good strategist is one who remains flexible. He uses what works without ever feeling the need to assign the status of costal truth to any of the strategies in his playbook. If taking it personally works good strategists takes it personally if taking it personally leads to stress and self destructive preoccupation with what others think then it strategist stops to him personally. This attitude of philosophical flexibility can be extended to issues and belief systems. Ideas are just tools sometimes are useful. Sometimes are not which ideas of you when you use them, and how you react to the results is your job to sort out as you sorting through the ever enlarging buffet of ideas being offered in the marketplace be should remember the admonition of Terence McKenna quote nobody smarter than you and quote. You know more about what's best for you than anyone else. So don't take anybody's ideas dogmatically specially now mind think critically about everything. Then take what works for you and leave the rest.
Netanyahu's future still uncertain after Israeli election
"Let's turn to Israel. This week is rarely voters went to the polls for the third time in a year. Yes a year So first of all of the results that ninety percent in the last time I checked prime minister bb. Netanyahu was winning and projected to win fifty nine seats in. Israel's parliament the Knesset so that's good news for bb because he's five or six seats ahead of any guns from the blue and white party whose his chief rival but it still not be enough to end this electoral purgatory citizens. And here's why so. Israel's system is not like ours. You don't win the election. And then you're in charge. You have to build a coalition that controls sixty one of the one hundred twenty seats in the Israeli Knesset in the last two elections and Netanyahu Angolans have failed in that coalition building task So now they're gonNA try again. Ben Is pretty depressing. That voters didn't care about the fact that Netanyahu is going to stand trial in a few weeks on corruption charges in fact. Bb has gained votes since the September elections so cool. It's also depressing for those of us. Who WANT A two states solution in Israel because both candidates out there talking about annexing the West Bank? Interestingly an alliance of Arab voters did well in selection and They're now the third biggest party in Israel. So That's interesting chaining dynamic but you know in the near future. I think a lot of people worried that Israel is careening towards a constitutional crisis or even a fourth election because bb is about to stand trial and will likely demagogue and say fake news and say it's a witch hunt to get him just like trump because they're the same person. Yeah and I feel like we've had the same conversation now. Three times And this question will be. Can he can form a coalition get to sixty votes He may need the help of avenue or Lieberman Israeli politician. Who's kind of become quite An ENEMY OF BBC. At least in in that case you know we could return to one of the formulas that we talked about in the fall. Some form of unity government or agreement where they rotate as prime minister's all this is pretty bleak because Israel can't break this logjam. Bbc poising their politics with increasingly extremist positions. You know we've evolved in the third election. All the way to the fish in the West Bank Each election it kind of gets worse in terms of BB's platform on the Palestinians It speaks Not just the polarization in Israeli society in that. Bbc has kind of a big media apparatus and demagogues the opposition. But also you know Benny. Gones is just not a good politician. You know for those who don't follow as closely like you know he's a former military guy kind of the centrist who could be a you know a safe space for a bunch of different parties but political talent like he he he didn't wasn't a natural communicator. And I think the only way for the CENTRE-LEFT WE'VE IN THE CENTER. I guess in Israel to really break through is that they're going to need someone with more political chops at some point. They're going to need a leader or you know grassroots movement combined with lear that they can overcome bb's support which is not a majority of the country but is a strong minority in enough to kind of hold the line here in prevents someone else like. Gods from winning so You know we could be headed towards a messy coalition politics in some bizarre unity government Tumbled over whether these indictments against bb go forward. In any event. I think the situation with the Palestinians is very grim And is really politics until bb can finally exit stage right here. And hopefully the center of the centre-left can get stronger leader. We're going to be kind of stuck in this place. Maybe they can borrow one of our. Amer candidates primary speaking of which Last week we talked about Bernie Sanders decision to skip the APEC conference. The Big Pro Israel lobby conference so At that that this weekend the Israeli ambassador to the UN Danny Danon said we don't want Sanders APEC. We don't want him in Israel. Anyone who calls our prime minister a racist either a liar. Ignorant fool or both which is very charming The CEO of a pack hard core also obliquely accused sanders of demonizing Israel. Nate that gave Mike Pence a platform to smear Bernie into Democrats side. Israel's enemies so it was nice of these folks to almost immediately prove that Bernie's fishing was a wise one. And I would suggest everyone listening that if you want a vibrant democratic Israel Checkout Jay Street. Yeah Yeah it to me. The the biggest problem here right is the the massive red carpet that they roll out every time for bb and his biggest goons and for like pants and Mike Pompeo and these guys and then you know they they have some democratic members of Congress. We've always gone to a pack. And they they try to claim. This broad bipartisan view of things. This is not on the level here. You know APEC wants to be able to put the bipartisan stamp of approval on itself while relentlessly over the last several years. Supporting the agenda of the Likud party in Israel and the Republican Party in the United States relentlessly attacking Barack Obama. Frankly putting us in this shitty situation that we're in where we pulled out of the Iran nuclear agreement so actively harming US interests with the end of the Iran nuclear agreement and then complaining that people don't show up at their conference. I mean come on guys like And then you know dunking on everybody because a bunch of other candidates like send videos like the. I hate to break it to you. The people send videos to a lot of things. Right also is a racist. I mean he's he's says racist things on the regular choice last laws that devalues human beings who happen to be Arab. Yeah yeah I mean and and every election we get this rhetoric about the Arabs voting is in an inherently bad when they are citizens of Israel. You know so Like I I'm I'm kind of you. Know over this debate We'll keep watching the election
Assessing the results from New Hampshire's primary
"After last week's debacle in Iowa New Hampshire held their first in the nation primary and it did not take a week to get the result Tuesday Bernie. Sanders took the lead with people who did not far behind. And there's a lot to be learned from the vote totals and the exit polls will dive into that and then we're gonNA look ahead to next week's caucuses and Dan get Harry's forecast for that state and Mike Bloomberg is rising in the polls. He is also facing renewed scrutiny for his controversial stop and Frisk policing policy when he was mayor of New York. This time the anger is over how he talked about the policy in two thousand. Fifteen remarks that have just resurfaced. Let's start though with New Hampshire. The final totals out of New Hampshire for our friends who aren't glued to their televisions or their phones Bernie. Sanders won twenty five point nine percent of the vote p booted rich twenty four point four percent of the vote Amy Globe Ajar Third Place Nineteen Point Eight Elizabeth Warren nine point three and Joe Biden after that. Say I know you this Joe Biden is in the place where when you're reading it online you have to click see further results to you. See we are. That's where we are in this. Okay what is the most important data point that year seeing coming out of this you know I think it honestly the most important data point that I see coming out of it. Is You know you mentioned Biden. And I think that's one obviously for a former front runner. Finishing in fifth place in New Hampshire after finishing in fourth place in and I will not exactly a place you want to be Bernie. Sanders is for all intents and purposes the front runner but to me. The key number here is that he won which is twenty six percent of the vote in New Hampshire primaries. You go back in history. That is the lowest percentage in the modern era on either the Democratic or Republican side for a winner to to take in New Hampshire just twenty six percent. It is the first time on the democratic side in the modern era in which three candidates got rounding here at least twenty percent. The vote this to me is another sign of the absolute mess that is the Democratic primary. Currently what is you jazzed. Well I mean look I. I think that's such an important important context to have because people are saying Bernie one. It is far from that simple. You've gotTA reimbursement win. Win is not always a win it because I while there's delegates it's as we know second of all The real surprise of the night Is Amy Klobuchar Who came in with a very strong third place showing Leaving leaving Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden and the dust. Her campaign had been really struggling to gain traction even though she kept doing well debates. She is in the top tier because really for her last debate and because she's made a strong centrist appealed throughout the election N.. P. Buddha judge as well so what you have is which really struck me was despite all the energy being on the far left if you look at the New Hampshire cohort that turned out according to CNN exit polls does the voters this time around. Were less likely to call themselves very liberal than they were four four years ago whereas moderates actually made up a greater percentage and if you add Buddha Jacoby jar you you really see the strength of the Center I think also Elizabeth Warren coming in fourth. It's very tough and it's just a reminder let alone biden fifth and it's a reminder of how surreal. This'll cycle's been if two months ago three months ago. Four months ago we. We would've said look the election if you had to pick play. COME DOWN TO BIDEN versus Warren and maybe Kamala Harris with a really strong outside lie and instead we're talking about you know Bernie in pole position with Buddha judge you know right on his back Amy Klobuchar out of nowhere and Mike Bloomberg looking in the wings. It's it's a totally different field than people would have thought you know three or four months ago and exhibit X Y and Z of anybody. Who tells you how how a primary and elections are GonNa go has is knowing his line to or what they're talking about the we don't even need to see another example of that? I want I clued in you. Were talking about club. Char and booted judge internal debate. There were few there are a few options. It's either global meant it's either clbum momentum. There's something like a skinned men. Tom Clemenza no. There's there's a few we should test them out and see them. ooh Did Amend Tom. I'm kind of into the extra. I'm not sure why. But Anyway we'll get into that Glenn whether I had a great slogan in her grade school campaigns. Why all the way with amy K which I think is still very good slogan? She's ditched. That's all right. Well maybe maybe it was whatever I Alexis you can read that one again. Okay but wait. Let's talk about booted edge and club jar because you see that it appears that on the liberal side they they have coalesced around Bernie Sanders very clearly in as we see New Hampshire but now you have moderate voters. They're looking at both boot. `Age and clearly emphasized Org Chart I messages ought to have those two candidates were offering up in there the night on on Tuesday and Donald trump vulnerable Americans do not have the luxury of pursuing ideological purity over an inclusive victory. Donald Trump's worst nightmare is that the people in the middle. The people who've had enough of the name calling and the mudslinging have someone to vote for in November so similar message. There obviously appealing dissimilar voters and I when I saw that I'm struck does Bernie Sanders have amy Klobuchar. Thank he actually won this race. I think he probably did. I mean given at the margin as you know about a point and a half. A shark came up so strong after the debate performance against Buddha judge and you know the tracking polls which actually did a pretty good job of capturing at least that closure had momentum the show that Buddha judge perhaps was trailing just a little bit so I think the argument can be made there. But you know I wanna take a step back. You know. We're talking about this ideologically. I also think that Clovis Are Rising Hurt Elizabeth Warren D- they Despite the fact that obviously worn is appealing more to a left. Part of the electorate Vol Club showers appealing to the Center Party Electric. They're both really appealing to white women with college degrees in the suburbs. And you sort of see if you listen to Warren's speech in New Hampshire after the results came in she actually called out I'm I'm Amy Klobuchar. At least once I believe actually twice and it seemed to me that there was almost this friendly thing. It was quite cool very cool. Okay different take the message going everyone here today but no I just sort of saw that and said you know this might be the example of. We've sort of been talking all along. How is this primary exactly breaking down and yes? There's there's definitely that ideological Angolan burning. Nearly fifty percent of the very liberal vote. But there's also this college cohort angle and the fact is that Amy Klobuchar did very well among among those with a college screen Bernie Sanders not so much while people to judge actually despite our belief that he do better among those with college we actually Kinda got good amount of support from both. It was so I'd like cynical kate and then attempts at non okay. Listening Dylan attempted nonstop. Okay was that was a very magnanimous speech each from Elizabeth Warren in saying that people ran we ran a good race. Any any of US would be. We need to hold each other up each other down because we need to take on Donald Trump and her Giving a shout aiming click like that's what you do when you When you think a woman can't when something like the she's an example of what you can can you kind of
Prince Harry Retraces Princess Diana’s Steps in Angolan Minefield
"Okay let's talk about prince Harry who is honoring his mom in so many ways these days retracing his mother steps with a walk through an angle a mine field so these were famous footsteps that she took more than twenty years ago and he wore body armor to walk through this cleared mine field Diana did that in Africa in nineteen ninety
Features we want on next iPhone
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w i x dot com in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of wick special offer for talking tech listeners. A new iphone is going to be revealed l. to us on september tenth from apple and as always i love the play the game here of the new features. I'd like to see my friend rich to mirrow who's as a reporter for channel five in los angeles and the author of a book with a long title about the iphone rich. What's the name of that again one hundred one handy tactic for the iphone around jefferson. You'll be happy to know. I'm probably going to change the title to shorten it for the next version. Which i'm writing right now on iowa eighteen i might just be called the iphone guide. I like that you look for that soon on amazon. Let's kick in with new features you want to see of course we start with an all day battery and glass that doesn't break rake rich. What tops your list. Wouldn't that be amazing to get a phone that you don't have to have a case on. I don't think that's going to happen with this one because it sounds like the phones going to be very identical identifical to what we currently have mine number. One feature is a better camera and i think that <hes> the iphone i would say from the iphone ten to ten s. The camera really improved in bright light like i think it really got like pixel followed but when you get angry light that is less than perfect it goes off a cliff and i think that that's my biggest want is a phone that performs in low light and a phone that looks good enroll light and takes pictures and also wide angle. I've gotten so used to testing these phones at the white angolan. I think it lends a lot of creativity to your phone with having that wide angle so the new phone is supposed to have three lenses as opposed to two and that third lands is an extreme wide angle that hopefully won't be as distorted as has the one is on the samsung galaxy and the note that the new the ten editions now one thing. I've seen that i really like is on the one touch. They have a pop-up selfie cam. That's what i would like a really good selfie camera because that's what people are doing. They're doing selfish and food shots on one yeah i mean i think it's at the pop up is really fun on there and i do think that the selfie camera on the one plus is actually better than what the no offers and i think that the the celtics camera on the no is a sore spot and the smell became on the iphone is even a more sore spot so i agree i think that they should do something with a selfie can because the iphone is synonymous with self greece and we need a wider angle selfie cam to fit more friends in there and we also need better better looking celtics again in the low light situations especially which is where lots of people are taking we can selfie at bars that have been set concert and it's been fine but it could be better how flash actually works and makes the picture better and says it makes it worse you know i read my flash off by default at all times. I never use a flash on my camera and it's funny. The only time it ever gets turned on is when i hand my camera to someone at a restaurant take a picture and the first thing to do is turn on the flash and i say no. Don't turn it on. I don't i don't want it. I don't know how to use a flash minds a glare picture that i don't like and so i just turn it off and <hes> i'm just so used to no five made it. That's why i'm gonna pictures at night feel bad. Here's the two other features. I want beyond beyond battery and glass. I'm ready for u._s._b. See <hes> <hes> charging because everything else is. I should be able to charge my iphone into my mac with the same cable. Okay i see i i i mean i like the idea of having u._s._c._c. across everything which i do but i i don't know i don't mind as much as other people with the <hes> the lightning and i feel like lightning stays in better than maybe i felt like that for that reason and then i hate face i d i. I'm ready to say goodbye to it and go back to touch i._d. I don't think they'll do that but i'd certainly like to see it. Eight five eighty is supposedly faster on the new my phone which i'm fine with but again i kind of agree with you. I like the i like the ability of controlling when i unlocked my phone with my finger and not necessarily surly just happened to glance at it and apparently the new phones going to even unlock factor with different angles so now it's like if it's just sitting there could be unlocked. I like the ability to unlock it when when i want to do it if the angles work i'm fine with. It never picks me up half the time. I'm just typing in passcodes all day long so that's why i want to get rid of it. <hes> september tenth new iphone apple cupertino will be back at you telling you all about it rich to miro from k._t._l._a. and the author the book. That's called one hundred one and detectives for the iphone. He's working on him. Now thanks rich. I'm jefferson graham. 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"angolan" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"We think about Albanians Angolans this really is a Chilean we all know what he meant it should and the only reason that means anything to me is is he too old to rock yes wait is finally an answer early out what he was saying I I I think it's great I agree with what he was saying now how he would implement that we might get into a little disagreement but yeah the idea that that are our best and brightest should be neglected in schools in crappy crappy union dominated urban schools it's disgusting plus I try to be consistent on this with when people stumble and say something wrong and somebody pointed out I think they get to go back and say no no I meant this I don't know what I was thinking a white absolutely we do listen to our show we regularly say the wrong word here there you do that if you talk a lot and and and sort of the candidates in a if you clean it up I just let go of the idea that her you're stuck with the words that come out of your mouth all the time for ever his exact in the following case positive John what if the slip up helps my argument excellent at the Iowa state fair earlier in the day Biden also said everybody knows to Donald Trump is even supporters know who he is we got a lot of know who we are we choose unity over division we choose science over fiction witcher's truth over fax well in and then there was another one I heard on NPR of all places where they give you whatever they give you their Iowa on the soapbox fifteen minutes to talk or something he got up there and get a little speeches stopped but he had five minutes and they said no you got more time I have more time all okay warning it's just her I just wonder if that starts to accumulate right that not just being quite with it because he's eighty years old you know yeah well I want about the election four hundred sixty two day right for a fifty two my apologies well president trump is hitting back at buys me was talking to reporters at.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood's Ending Explained
"Drank it it over over as quickly as possible. There are ignoring black options so that you don't even have to listen to the person don't even engage with them or talk back to them in no find out that you're talking to a brick wall pretty quickly and then that you just move on with life and you say on s Nice in you know you go take break from the game you come back refreshed and it's not new not new but <hes> I guess they go on to explain more community standards that were changed for xbox users. I covered that in May's maze episodes of for the show sometime I guess similarly Sony hasn't online <unk> guide to blocking players on the playstation four for being inappropriate or abusive steam also offers options as wild by the if you've ever wondered about what to do about online harassment debt may occur outside leaves gaming platforms. There are a couple articles in guides on how to handle online harassment in what to do if and when it happened and if you feel like you need to do anything if most of the time I'm don't feed the troll it just walk away now worth it <hes> and <hes> you'd be a lot better for moving on so you know Wolfenstein youngblood well that game that came out well. Here's what the co-op version looks like and it starts off. You really shouldn't be playing Wolfenstein youngblood by yourself the new first-person shooter out on P. C. Today on consoles tomorrow is designed from top up to power armored toll to be a cooperative experience. It's a different kind of Wolfenstein game full of the same dense meaty Nazi killing action you might recognize from the previous Wolfenstein entries new order new classes is but built for to keep that in mind and you'll probably like a lot and they do have in game footage to demonstrate how that works in a footage atop this post you'll see Kotok video producer Tim Rogers and Joshua Rivera author of the article article plane through young buds opening mission which introduces you to the Games premise you near co-partner Jessica in Sofia blasts koets the twin teenage daughters of previous Wolfenstein Protagonist B._J.. Terribly blackwoods in his wife life Anya after B._J.. Goes Missing in Nazi occupied nineteen eighties Paris just insult decide to steal some power armor Angolan find him while killing Nazis ads they can starting on zip lines called <hes> the Knock Act Valter my guests so <hes> yeah they have <hes> more footage coming but some thoughts they have their about six hours in <hes>. I
Sundance shows off a new trend of AR, VR (The 3:59, Ep. 514)
"Welcome to three fifty nine on Roger Chan Joni salesman. Augmented reality in virtual reality are still finding its way but a new trend emerge out of Sundance film, vessel one. That puts the focus squarely in your body. Joan you spend a lot of time. Try out the experiences their bottom, I won't bows alike. And is this stuff? This is going to bring the art AR to the wider market. It was really cool. Like, this is the thing about getting to have my job is that I get to go to these things like Sundance and try out all these Aaron VR experiences that almost nobody else gets to see and let you go which not very many people, especially Sundance says little it's not little, but it's a festival that's onnell teeny tiny mountain town, you have to really dedicated to go. So part of the problem is that these are really cool experiences. The ones that we're talking about in this festival use your body as technology. So you don't have to fiddle with controllers and figure out how to make things work if you just kind of are moving around to make things work. It's a lot easier. It feels more natural. But the problem is a lot of people may never get to try those things because you have a way to be released into that point. It just I feel like I read a lot about these experiences, and I've never actually get to try get like I get like the crappy marketing tie in experiences. And then that's basically it like. Yeah. The last one I could kinda remember the Power Rangers VR experience, which is not very good. Right. It's very. Short. So so what might be sort of a light at the end of the tunnel for experiences. Like that is that there's this growing popularity of LB location based entertainment and the idea that air VR almost not like going to theme park now that expensive. But it's something that if there's an experience that you hear about is really cool like the one where you get to eat food while you're watching the are one where you get to travel through time with your body, whatever it may be the one that appeals to you the idea that you could go to a place in see it, and you don't have to invest in a headset. And it's not a solitary experience something that you get to have at a location kind of piggybacking off of this popularity of immersive experience is as a kind of entertainment that might be a way that it breaches the mainstream. Right. All right. So on Friday, I'm sure you were all glued to the five plus hours or the oral arguments before a US pills court over the fate of net neutrality. I know our own accurate in was bottom line. I think the hearings sort of put the FCC on on the defense. A little bit in terms of questioning whether or not the agency should move forward with this. Whether or not they have the power to actually repeal the laws and mega action note that notes that ultima this come down to some technicalities public safety, and whether or not the c- considered it in making these rules changes. I mean, what do you think this is obviously an Uber complicated topic? But. Right now. I mean alternately the bottom line is. We just have to sit in wait like, yeah. Well, there's less that we know now than we did before she Maggie Friday called her Super Bowl was the big deal, obviously. But this is like the worst kind SuperBowl. Because after the game end, you don't know the winner is for several months. So like the right decision doesn't actually come out for until probably summer. Right. So in the meantime, we just have a lot more question marks about right about net neutrality a-. It's just funny that ultimately this might come down to the controversy with Bryson's throttling. The fire department during the California wildfires, which isn't really even. It's not another trolley, but it was a public safety thing. And it would be kind of weird that was sort of the crux of how net neutrality comes back to life. It is a really good example of like a fear based way of illustrating this case. But in other cases, atrocities the way that it was implemented. This rollback might be putting some things that we hadn't thought of it nature. Lastly Super Bowl was yesterday. We we can't ignore it. I just want to like did you have a favorite commercial? I didn't because I didn't watch the Super Bowl like a lot of people. I'm sure after watching the first couple of callers that game. I actually I washed most commercials on you to like the avengers commercial, which that was really my main goal vendors, and captain marvel Angolan watch watching the Super Bowl. Yeah. That the well the XBox control was the XBox commercial about the, adaptability. Controller was wondering Mary, heartwarming. And then having the Budweiser slash game of thrones commercial account. Threw me off in a good way. All right for full coverage. I've seen it. And Roger Chan Joni sauce, actually listening.
"angolan" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I go back to this because it's the biggest game this weekend. But also, you know, if Roma screws screw this up. I know it's still early but top for goes further and further away, which they means more forced sales of family jewels. Which is obviously not anybody wants to see and have a good mom. Cheers of moving pieces around supposedly it does affect you. So I'm just wondering how you guys see this on Sunday. Because from what we don't have into and their ups and downs if I'm Roma. This is another big side. This is the big side. I wanna play right? Taste champagne visible. And they match up very well with the I think just Paktika I. I want to hear what you think that. And then I yeah. So I would argue that they they match up. Well, because I think those run a lot I think because begins model is something. We're losses is favourite. Right. And if we get the that means he's every week, the ones just stand up there and to the ball to meet easier for those guys to handle once you take the the defensive some of the defensive pressure the fear of the break off of that say off of Roma. I think that allows the midfield to breathe a little more. I think a lot of issues that they have a field are generally are generally resolved. I think they're more dynamic team Roma in the final third by lot. They can really put a lot of pressure on, you know, whether it's vizino I love guy Dini, but you know, again, he's also not some. Exactly livewire so forget chick. But I'm saying is like the wingers and stuff whether whether it's climate in there, or whatever or your minimum dare, you know, they have flight of the dynamism that I think that can sometimes struggle to contain. I two that ubiquitous mental agility that is into at all times, I know Roger Angolan growling his way through against his his old team. And you know, this is again that set for roll my nothing they'll definitely win. But they screw this up. It's shake. It's you have one of this dynamic action. Who's going to change into the only guy who can score on the team? Sure, always the other guy and he's either mid field. They have other players. Point amount to me, which where do you think you think the goals are gonna come in? Because you know, even Jack scoring the I'm I don't generally look at this and say like, you know, look at the number of goals scored after twelve thirteen games and say, well, you know, he's not a goal score. Because you have a midfielder scored yet. You know, I I don't think that works that with generate. On his part of what happened in policy me. Talked about the midfield and made them before. But without question midfield pack with players who are. In that career is have have demonstrated themselves at depth at breaking the lines and taking chances whether on that means this road machine. Currently sitting goes from the question, but they are they are not short of. It's still huts to not have..
Boxes, bureaucracy and Beirut Barbie: waiting for the comforts of home
"Four former Indonesia correspondent Etem hobby headed to the Middle East to take up his new posting their he's spent several years living in Jakarta himself for months ago here. He's family said goodbye to their belongings packing them off in a shipping container to await the day. They could all be reunited in their new Hon. Well, they've had a long white his his report from Beirut. I'm standing waist deep in an apartment full of cardboard boxes and packing piper. In the only clearing in the room. Six very serious libanaise this symbol of plastic. Children's playhouse armed with a cordless drill and a picture of the finished version of downloaded from the internet. This is a great day better than Christmas shipment of personal belongings. Arrived a close my daughter's high chair my son's Playmobil firetruck. Most importantly of all my record player. Now. No, the declawed life is not for me of lifted since June. There's people who check away everything leave with two t-shirts, plastic special and an element fry pen loses. It's like camping great for three days. But you don't want to do it for five months and minimalism certainly isn't for my four year old son his school friends, come over and say where he toys we'd head to buy roots waterfront and spotted container ship out to sea, and he'd say to me one fli daddy is that our shipment. Nice on. It's not we'd packed up. Our lives in Indonesia in June. Everything we own sealed into cardboard boxes and jammed into a shipping container and sent to the docks in Jakarta a couple of days later, we headed to the airport ready for reassignment to the Middle East stuff. Meanwhile, stayed rod where it was. I'm sorry, sir. Said the Indonesian shipping agent, but you'll customs clearance cannot be approved until we were. Leave you'll Livni's working visa and residency permit. It wasn't living on not letting it in. It was Indonesia not letting it leave. But that's not the way the Middle East works. I tried to explain you arrive on a tourist visa and transferred to a working visa and then apply for residency and that process takes months. We'll noted sir said the shipping agent slightly patronizing Email response that I've come to Lowe's Angolan is Indonesia, I sort the country where you can pay for police. Escort through heavy traffic is something we could do to expedite the process. I asked silence. Especial fee, perhaps more solids put it on the line. A sure they don't looking for a bribe asked, no, sir. He said sounding shocked. It is the requirement of Indonesian customs. So the past few months in Beirut have been rice to get the crucial documents on need to allow us stuff to leave Jakarta a couple of days each week. Sometimes more have been spent chasing schools of crucial stamps on pieces of paper, lodging leaders and passport photos and CV's and California graphs making hefty deposits into government institutions whose only purpose seems to be to take money from me blood tests x rays and entire days wondering the holes of some way, cold the office of general security, looking in vain for any official willing to process my forms. A knocked on one door and pushed it over to find a room full of armed middle aged men in camouflage uniforms, only king ice cream. Means a back slowly out and pretended. I'd see nothing. I'd return home from some of these trips. Broken men. Still clutching the unstamped form that had needed to be approved and lodged somewhere else. So that I could begin another phase of the process that would eventually lead to the departure of our belongings from Indonesia sometimes of wondered if the kids would ever see that toys again, the local Gisele expensive, and it'd be strange like a two foot high roller skating Beirut, Bobby with a piecing jingle. About two months into the process and long after by route Bobby should have been disappeared is the finish line vanished. Over the horizon shipping agent emailed with some old bad news. The interim export permit from Indonesia was about to expire stuff might not be allowed to leave at all. I think I cried a little then without warning. Finally, some good news. Someone had gone to visit Indonesian customs. It turned out. They were prepared to approve the export permit without any of the supposedly essential documents from Lebanon in return for a small fee. I was too. I've enjoyed to say I told you so, but why couldn't we have done these four months ago? The books is a he Abed's have sheets. My daughter has caught the plastic house has been assembled in the Playmobil fire crew is on Judy. Life with stuff is good. This is Adam havi in Beirut for correspondence report.
Sanofi has been stockpiling drugs for no-deal Brexit
"To get everything back to school from a to z Actress Betty white who is marking her eightieth. Year in show business says she sees no point in slowing down at age. Ninety six, she's the focus of a, new PBS special looking at her life and career it features, many, of, her co stars including some from the Mary Tyler Moore show including Georgia angle Gavin MacLeod. And Moore who. Died in two. Thousand seventeen Angolan McLeod appeared, at a meeting, with TV critics on Tuesday White did not although. The specials, producer says she's doing great Betty white first lady of television. Debuts August twenty first actor Patrick Dempsey says someone's impersonating him online and asking. For money they appear to be, asking for donations for his profit center for cancer victims, but he says it's a scam a spokeswoman for the Dempsey centers in lewiston and Portland Maine tells the sun journal that the scam which has been going on for a while involves fake accounts with people pretending they're looking for money for the Dempsey centers or they're pretending to be Dempsey, himself Dempsey who was born in Maine and his best known for. His role as doctor Derek shepherd and Grey's anatomy set up the nonprofit Centers in his home state. To help those. Affected by cancer. Pharmaceutical company Sanofi has begun, to stockpile more, drugs in Britain unusual as part of contingency plans. For delivery, delays after Brexit AP correspondent Charles de LA desma reports the. Pharmaceutical group says uncertainty in the Brexit negotiations has led to planning for a. No deal scenario with a senior, manager making it clear that patient safety is the company's, main priority concern is growing in Britain about no deal Brexit abruptly ending forty years of cohesion and triggering tariffs I'm border checks the delay shipments of everything from food and fuel to clothing 'cause the largest here is Britain would drop out of Europe wide agreements the govern areas such as, aviation and prescription drugs Charles de LA desma London Hi I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground. Game look at the top, political issues up around the country ahead of this. Year's midterm elections it's available on apple podcasts and podcast one, while you're, there be sure to subscribe rate and review it,.
Sanofi has been stockpiling drugs for no-deal Brexit
"AP top twenty five college, football podcast Trump and the Russia investigation I'm Tim Maguire with an AP newsman at the White House says. President Trump's criticisms of the special counsels Russia probe is, not obstruction press secretary Sarah Sanders says Trump's broadsides are the president fighting back it's ridiculous that all of the corruption and dishonesty that's gone on, with, the launching, of, the witch, hunt the president wants to has. Watched, this process play out but he also wants to see it come to an end Senate intelligence committee looking at four and efforts to. Undermine democracy through social media committee chairman North Carolina. Republican Richard Burr social media's the modern public form It is being, used to divide us this was, never about elections it is about the integrity of our, society the rope Sonian newspaper in Lumberton North. Carolina is dropping its. Eight page Sunday color comics section and. It blames the rising cost on President Trump's tariffs said have, driven up the price of Canadian newsprint I've Tim McGuire AP radio. News driving too slow in Idaho will get you a ticket police are starting to enforce a new law that targets slow drivers using. The passing. Lanes. On highways the Idaho press reports that two drivers. Have been cited for driving too slowly in the passing lane since July first that's when the law took. Effect Idaho state police gave warnings to three other drivers, police say cars and trucks going slowly in passing lanes can cause accidents the ticket is a ninety dollars fine pharmaceutical company Sanofi has begun to, stockpile, more drugs, in, Britain unusual, as part of contingency plans for Or delivery delays after Brexit AP correspondent Charles de LA desma reports the. Pharmaceutical group says uncertainty in. The Brexit negotiations led to planning for a. No deal scenario with a senior. Manager making it clear that patient safety is the company's main, priority concern is growing in Britain about a. No deal Brexit, abruptly ending forty years of cohesion and triggering. Tariffs I'm boulder checks that could delay shipments of everything from food and fuel to clothing. And cars the largest here is Britain would drop out of Europe wide agreements that govern areas such. As aviation and prescription drugs Charles de LA desma London actress Betty white whose marking her eightieth year in show business, says she sees no point in, slowing down at age ninety six she's the focus of, a new PBS special looking at her life. And career it features. Many of her co-stars including some from. The Mary Tyler Moore show including Georgia Engel Gavin MacLeod and, Moore who died in two thousand seventeen Angolan McLeod appeared at a meeting with TV critics on Tuesday White did not although. The specials producer says she's doing great Betty white first lady of television debuts. August twenty, first Eddie censure we're starting a movement we're looking for people who don't predict the, future, they, create they don't dream they dare to do Essential is supercharged ionized alkaline water that powers, your thirst for life.
French president pays call on Pope Francis at Vatican
"Wants the opcw to be able to attribute blame which would circumnavigate the russian veto at the united nations the uk delegation has been working hard to secure support fritz draft motion which only needs to win a majority of votes to pass russia syria and a few other countries will inevitably oppose it but their numbers aren't likely to be enough to stop the process if the extended powers are granted they could come into effect before the opcw releases its much anticipated reports into the chemical weapons attack in april in the syrian city of duma headed border security in the united states kevin michelina in has ordered his agents to suspend for handing over to prosecutors of migrant adults who crossed the border with mexico until last week's eight been carrying up the controversial policy of removing migrant children from parents at the border david willis has this report such was the subsequent outcry the president signed an executive order keeping detained families together whilst the parents await trial that left officials with the problem of a house those families and the white house spokeswoman several saunders conceded there was currently a shortage of resources to military bases in texas have been earmarked as temporary camps for migrants that the head of us border security kevin michelina told reporters the socalled zero tolerance immigration policy was now on hold david willis political parties and candidates taking part in next month's election in zimbabwe will sign a peace pledge today days after an explosion at a campaign rally killed two people nearly fifty others were injured in the blast in the country's second city bulawayo president emmerson mnangagwa escaped unharmed but his two vice presidents were among those hurt signatories of the pledge in harare promised to us legal methods to resolve disputes with news from the bbc the first case of polio in papua new guinea for twenty two years has been confirmed the world health organization said it was detected in a six year old boy in april it was also found in samples taken from two healthy children in the same community the w h host had only sixty one percent of children in the area are affected moreau bay province on the northern coast of papua new guinea currently received the recommended doses of polio vaccine a spanish doctor accused of stealing a baby from her mother nearly half a century ago is due in court in madrid today the retired kind of colleges had wanted to vail is the first person to stand trial in connection with a theft of thousands of babies during the regime of general franco they were taken from their parents because of republican sympathies or because they're unmarried mothers offended the regime's catholic beliefs the french president emmanuel macron is used to meet pope francis at the vatican later he's expected to accept the appointment as an honorary canon of rome's cathedral the post is offered to every french head of state but several of mr macron's predecessors have declined it james reynolds reports president emmanuel macron leads a country which famously separates church and state mr michael who is baptized catholic has said that he respects the role of religion in society on this trip the president will accept the ceremonial appointments as honorary canon of saint john lateran beyond the bestowing and the acceptance of clerical titles president mclaughlin and pope francis may talk about the more difficult subject of migration a popular japanese blogger has been stabbed to death apparently by man he and get on the internet the blogger kenichiro okamoto was found dead in a toilet in the southwestern ciccio fukuoka after chairing seminar on social media issues police had a man had turned himself in and confessed to the killing bbc news thanks for that welcome to newsday with lawrence and connie on the way in the next half hour we're going to be hearing from yemen where the army sacked a senior general also here from the mexican convict turn chef is advice on how to achieve your dreams and the question of whether the trump administration is actually backing away from its controversial zero tolerance attitude to illegal migration also the business and the sport here on newsday first we start with that story in me and my where the army says it sucked the general who led the military campaign against hundreds of thousands of row hinges because it says he showed weakness at we have been speaking show correspondent in angolan nick beak and i wanted to know who is this general this is major general maung so and he was head of western command in rakhine state and so that meant he was a.
"angolan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And i'm not going to be publicly speaking anywhere for five days as i meditate maybe do some beek from yoga as i maybe not after we'll find out after this interviews whether or not you wanna do be chrome yoga what are go ahead and sell this next by the way how is the saddle how's your cell phone signal inside of a tequila bottle yeah i'm telling you that the i am i am staring into the abyss right now to bars i am spending the next five days looking at our future and seeing if it's worth continuing what went from the greatest story in sports is now made me think i need to take a long rest from this job i can only blame derek england for that i'm sorry to i wanna publicly apologize the derek england because what i'm doing is unfair it's not nine hundred policies where you can't have sorry continue to pile on okay but i still feel bad about it and i'm not joking when i say that that interview makes me want to quit this really so the draft and derek angolan that's right go ahead mike sell our next interview be from yoga was his wildly popular trend that took the yoga world by storm however the empire was built on lies and allegedly sexual assault whoa i quit me to donlevatar people have told me before when i was younger that i looked like george clooney series when i was younger stugatz you have a booger in your right nostril so does cloning these live at our show with two guys on espn radio so jody african is a reporter and i am told people are texting in that this thirty for thirty podcasts on this story this five episode series beat grim is on the espn app and wherever podcasts are available i'm told that this story by a lot of different people has been one of the best that espn has done so you know some people writing and i feel like this show is the equivalent of you guys just standing around craps table crapping out every second role yes and then imagine a media or hitting the crap staple after that but this guy is going to rescue us this guy and this story is going to rescue us so thank you jodi for making time for us before we get to this.
85-year-old Holocaust survivor's murder heightens fears of anti-Semitism in France
"Fraudulent transfer of five hundred million dollars from the central bank to a british bank account mr bush santoshi's a son of the former angolan president miami jones has more details according to the deputy attorney general judy filipino santos is currently banned from leaving the country the former governor of the central bank vault or philippi da silva has also been charged in connection with the same fraud mistletoe santos's four from gray started in november twenty seventeen when a bbc investigation reveal the tens of millions of dollars in fees had been paid to the asset manager of the sovereign wealth fund a close friend of mr doe santos miami jones reporting prosecutors in france nato five year old holocaust survivor stabbed to death in her paris apartment was the victim of anti semitic attack midday noel had complained to police that a neighbor had threatened to burn her out her home had been set on fire two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder that's the latest from bbc news are you a fleetwood mac fan than tuned into the access our next monday on w rt at seven pm where.
"angolan" Discussed on Tights and Fights
"No that make that bumblebee move modal bookie big a could big doubleb movie and not be a russell back hit eighty star say ahmadou the undetake avocado some of do the eliminated shangri than amadou the undertaker the animal go to smack down at you like all pleased old this app out of yellow laugh at it that as though you're matt your hats andhra and ends shirts aren't matching likes the inner right now and i'm wearing green tale let's go back to the start of raw cane girl angolan ronda rousey versus triple aged stephanie mcmahon is official who couldn't see that will govern yeah i feel about this everybody involved all i want in the world is four rowzee to surprise me that's all i want i legit dislike i want her to surprise me i want her to come at the gate working hard i almost was she wasn't on tv as much like i wish that i know and i know she's only doing stuff like a little bit yeah like i would rather instead of her being on tv they're just doing promo packages of her training with kendrick that's what i want and i want her to come and and been been doing some promo classes and do and all that stuff and i want her to come to wrestle mania and i want her to shock me with how good she is she gets pops now she's a baby face but our mike skills aren't were they need to be an she'll get one i'm sure she'll get them the more you trot her out and and have or give subpar promos the more likely it is the crowd will turn on her show that we're losing ended up as a matter of the problem.
"angolan" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"In forty games in the last two nba seasons on her you've got your team up more than not to play on a nightly basis you say lavarra's all you selenov base you're looking at it from the wrong direction you got suckered into thinking that he saying anybody could coast is team and when you say anybody you mean any single person he's not saying that he said of a certain calibre anybody could cost his team case in point steph we all noticed steve kerr has had his back issues and we cep's out what is back issues a certain guys made the name luke walton come to mind grit 27 gives who's a no no no who's a losing coach in all respects outside of the golden state experience just because he's with the lakers s obviously gonna hurt him i'll moving coach angolan state went what thirty nine of four okay so louis coach wins thirty nine gave only lose four at the end speaker comes back once trump with chips you lose him ship comes back mike brial who can't keep a job with the lakers is up there and doesn't lose a game at all what the same rosser and is funny the millie bonilla think it actually sticks if you look at it from that vantage point of two guys have taking your job we all use this is tom brady who amac hassle and we say all isabella check ores in brady matt castle have success the same argument has now been spliced into this and you asked me if blue walton only four games and mike rather than lose any games and all the two losing coaches mother records with a say about my between my brown also nba coach of the year omonia over island but he moldavia coach of the year i love them i loved i thought they got rid of one hundred twenty two gave for the lakers five games in the season is ongoing he shut infired here but i in that goes back to a point you made the other day.
"angolan" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy
"Dominance became known as the poor man of europe veil holding onto the economies became very deeply embedded with a sense of national prestige said they strangely enough notwithstanding the fact that they were the poorest european country held on to the european to their african colonies with incredible ferocity and such was also the case with the angolan war which spilled over into south african independence and became then part of the wider antiapartheid struggle do you think that who colonized you uh played a part in how decolonisation went asking that because i kind of developed a theory over the course of travelling that who colonized someone was really important that by and large and this is this is not a hard fast rule there are exceptions but the british countries that were colonized by the british tended to do better after decolonisation countries like malaysia in singapore in africa south africa ghana at words you look at the french colonies what happened when the french left in vietnam and cambodia a massive wars we looked what happened in algeria the french didn't really decolonized gracefully uh the british tended to do it a little bit more so uh the spanish former spanish colonies in the americas any in asia like the philippines always struck me as being a lot like mexico today that you you have kind of very similar governments or or you know problems that they've had in former spanish colonies do you think that's true in africa yeah i can definitely remember once a week ago a scene off term must be can independence traveling in mozambican a gentleman said to me you know idea how lucky you ought to have been common eyes by the british in of the portuguese and.
"angolan" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"If i do this weekend like i knew it a versus the white people a no different i hope so but he was joking he was like yeah operated this way as i had to go to the aid at a nearby hourquet are need he made a couple other jokes like you know you need give stopped near pens fails like i don't know it's as though thin can it was hilarious because in the same terminal going down another do another do was my how 'bout don't panthers right also identity just very eat laughing he just hate to see ox the idea that there are sometimes live in place and you hate detainee by the african do had the risky is at all and he was i i don't wanna draw was from the left is like his i i lived to dc i have f i have this why have risking but i am seattle seahawks as ioc icu man and you know they lie what would you know what do you say you why did you just live the air he was like wherever i go i just be a fair but i was like i know he gives you with that all you raise canfranc willingess you know audit she anal he does in angolan in airport applicants must however been el put that early in the morning it'll just amazing to see all the she'd is open now i guess 24hour their life lucky we just going to be open all transit was like fast lemay yesterday was 7 light childlike witness fed in the morning uh what i what was interested we you know do our passes they they turn out our first class though the black lady does worked in a would a bag errors seles yago on a solid all do first class.
"angolan" Discussed on Drink Champs
"Really sand lake lic charlie and learn arts and so at from bring goals sao angolan oil plus things so one and allow wanted to see with law deep mm has seen a bit supreme since they even came out on one of my says before someone jamil said but i wanted to go in near world see the mob the fans let you know we so that same toward vegas when i looked up the date a seen it was come into newark new jersey local seat nso had actually had a few tumor the towards it his figures like a few weeks ultimately i was actually the act at the big show at the scene would the vegas show the auto rap privacy jive and hit us don't do it i think war it was a cover raikkonen goes face i think i think we'll small deep and i think it was a couple of the but i was looking up the mall deep childrenuk has go to the next month deep sony next show on that tour that i could go to list newark new jersey saw accorded a toy passed out let you know me in a kind of emphasize more wa want wanna catch the shoals in case you know sailing and this was like a crazy dating pass right before the show coming back to jersey so what was that sworn reached out to you was sworn in then sworn in and you know and have have had it was it was a part of it to know you know.
"angolan" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"The man on the other end introduced himself serious voice as john angolan at this stage the reception as hadn't heard about the alcatraz escape said the name was unfamiliar to her the cooler asked to speak to a lawyer who worked in the office when questioned about his identity the coa said gruffly great the newspapers than hung up when the fbo aware informed that the co deadbug the laura says finding catch the colour ranked back that discovered there was a lawyer working in the office who two years earlier defended inmates who wound up in alcatraz but the loya had never worked full or met eight or of the angolan brothers or frank moores if it really was john angle and cooling it was possible he may have gotten the lawyers they tells of a fellow inmate prior to escaping alcatraz however the colon never ranked back and he's identity was never confirmed said the fbi put the cool down as a hoax i've have the following die each there were no confirmed signings if any of the escapees investigators belated impossible that the fugitives could have travelled across the mainland without being spotted by somebody i would have had to have found new clubs money transportation maybe even weaponry who was considered highly unlikely that they could have obtained any of the things that they would have needed without anyone noticing the became more and more likely in the minds of investigators that the escape pace never made it to the mainland.
"angolan" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"After months of digging it was marcin john angolan who burst through the backs of their celts first they had expanded the six by ten inches gap into a source of ten bought footing inch haul yet there was no sense going into the utility cardo and climbing up to the ventilation shopped just yet the shadowy figures would most certainly be seen or heard by not shift god's facades another major problem had arisen they needed to fix before they go to work on the ventilation chopped after watch out at nine thirty pm god's walked in the car does and the a body count this happened dole through the not on the hour every hour it was a major problem for the escape page they couldn't snake at the back of their so to get to work on the ventilation chuffed as their absence would be noticed during the count they needed to create the illusion that that was still in bed a swipe when i want the would require something smarter than just stuffing pillai's under they blankets to look lock there was a body under there after thinking hot for a solution frank morris approached the inmates who are artists in inquired about what colours of paint you would have to mix to create a fleshcolored time then using paper michelle iran to why frame a mixture of concrete and plus the dust sticky toothpaste in sight mixed into the consistency of clay and the fleshcolored paint marcin the group managed to create dummy heads that were amazingly dato unlawful lock good enough to trigger passing god looking into a dock so during notley counts clarence sanguine work in the prison baba show and he was able to smuggle bunches of cop hit that i stuck on the dummy heads iit agape the dummy heads us and lashes.
"angolan" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"West morris and the angolan brothers scratched at the cracks in their cells and realized that the supposedly solid concrete around them actually flight the why rather easily when cheap that with a shock two at the base of the back wall of h so was a small vent measuring six but ten inches de skating inmates plane was to remove the group covered the event what in the vent halt until that good fit their bodies through it and then cruel into the utility cargo behind the ability cardo was a suit corridor that was rarely used filled with popping in scaffolding it was an easy climb up the three levels in the utility cardo to the top of the cell block until the ventilation shopped i hoped would be their exit from this house to dig out there so wools they made it to construct decent digging tools the group noticed that the gods canada nav safa h meal to ensure none had been stolen but neglected to cap a less threatening utensils so that what easily abbott a poke at the metal spoons that used for their meals that bent the ball of the spooned back and forth until it snapped off than shop into the bargain end of the handle and used it to deacon chip at the concrete around the vent in the backs of this house digging at could not during the music hail this was when inmates with instruments were committed to play before watch out during music hella the so house was filled with these splitting echoing sand of thousands of instruments plant different songs all want it easily mask the sound of the escaping inmates chipping in cobbing out the wolves in their cells.
"angolan" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science
"Well it it that uh i think they've calculate that's the optimum angolan terms of uh given the particular distance i i don't i don't agree with that even i don't i i know i think that's a definite disagreement a aren't i object you sounded really sure about that and i've only talking disappear physics calculation so the burden of proof is on me i will go home and try to figure that one out see what you can going to make a few windows in the background i think forty five is probably right but you have to you uh put the friction or the other end of the calculation right right and so that sort of that okay all right so in a vacuum fortyfive and here on earth with atmosphere thirty two degrees as we say also we'll see i still i'm still skeptical find out defense so i have to learn more all right time for another break this is playing with science sanders will be very short the who's grill were very grilled world series grail world varies greatly world series braille world series grill we finally got our davies grill hey i want to talk to you about startalk all access for a moment when we started our premium subscription service we thought bands would be more interested in getting to watch video versions of our podcast orb enjoy add free versions of our show but it turns out our fans favorite part of our access is the new an exclusive original content that we post every week we're talking about classic videos like me and neil degrasse tyson's chill him in his office touching his meteorite oh you hurriedly or the time meal and adam savage hung out in the green room before our show at comecon and talked about star wars blade runner a space odyssey and other really geeky science stuff startalk are access is your universal hub for all the great startalk content you creative all in one place including full video at most current episodes commercial free audio and video podcast livestreamed events inside only looks behind the scenes the ability to watch on amazon fire apple tv and.
"angolan" Discussed on Stuff Gadget Podcast
"Have you guys were passed down so you have great dane stuff lights eight points out that i love my inlaws better than not listening is fine that is very true i think one thing is actually we probably a oversee a minority because we we know this sort of technology when stand how works but a lot of people are quite scared by alone people are quite scared of electric car let alone a minute and that land get in a autonomous car i think fat the electric thing is something that will get solved through lack of choice in the sense that we see seen governments of banning a new combustion engine vehicle yet what are we got 2004 so 2004 t i mean now that are willing in lots of rules obnossov loopholes and stuff the mean that it's not going to be like an hour panel nav hybrids are loud and hybrid and they can actually be weighty quite kind of the amount of hybrids tech involve night doesn't need to be like 5050 on the angolan army from met light you got manufactures like volvo and alba's we live saying where were you making hybrid now and so i think fat a combination of external market forces and the market itself with just going to guy hybrid or tricks say that by an well i think within next 10 years you will struggle to buy a new car a new car that is purely petrol i think i think that's a reasonable claimed by in enough spot thing you've driven hybrids object libraries all these easy especially if you're not doing at plug in israeli like that and that will.
"angolan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I saw it i saw him on instagram today doing like cliffhangers where he's like hanging awful will board with one arm and then he's lifting of forty pound dumbbell 's with the guard it was actually really impressive tear he's been tweeting about american enjoy air so maybe i'll be talking about him even guy i can see yeah uh but yeah i you know he he he really feels like another kind of joe angolan type guy where initially he's going to do well because people will gravitate toward him he's very social he's very charismatic he's going to be doing really well for the tribe in challenges but this second he has to like actually bistrategic and he can't just glide through with his good looks and his charm i think that's where he's going to start to falter i just don't see the strategic trops in him to be able to make it to the end of the game all the way through the the long merge stage so it's it's really hard to see him him winning this thing arrived i have picked coal and we are jones of four people left a just to catch to a recap quickly we have rourke left on the board we have allen left we have at jp left and we have mike left and melissa you get the next to pigs so too out of those four people your a pickin who you going pig with the first of your two next picks may first pick is going to be rorick surprise she saw on the board because i like her ally i loved her preseason interview is an.
"angolan" Discussed on Lip Service
"It may be hurt angolan intimidated by he might be like y'all k camps going to be there get what i'm saying owen amiram smash khan where he out i'll bring with me right harboring i agree it will give us an ecstasy and get him out the way i travel of the logging wolf elements like if he added i plan i felt like that makes sense but don't just be like cancer your plans to stay in her house and i will not be what you are doing that they wish you vows crazy that lane by grave why would you even when a fuck but i'm gonna tell you the worst is and this is happening loria stephanie to it this way when you do go out and then you end up agmon a whole fall yeah and it's not even worth that's why i'm on the line all as i was the ainu and i was seen at last episode that you know i'm in a police right now that i'm not arguing about bullshit amount arguing about patty shit does not going to keep me from being with this person you know what i mean so i'm not doing that i'm not going out with somebody on my going on my friends to argue a man it just doesn't make sense okay can't what about a you ever was witted chicken and you go out you always an argument you end up argument on the phone a whole night six year it had lauren lutely none of reformers from issue for the club by you did hack some insects boomers those lewis on your you want it done it real quick you and the situation on our own.
"angolan" Discussed on Slate Money
"And certainly if you are a place comparison competitor to google it's easy to see how you might feel that way s right you know once upon a time before google shopping really took off you would have done better on your seo you would you might have been more likely to make onto the front page and then all the fat traffic died away now how people can even find you but i guess i'll ask did that traffic also died because consumer habits have changed in terms of how we shop we don't use comparison chopping willing we do and this is the end of this is one of the points the do makes is that it is actually quite small as comparising as a comparison shopping service if you compare it to the biggest comparison shopping service of all his amazon retina and amazon is has its own issues about like promoting its own whereas as opposed to other people using his platform which julia angolan and others have written about at length but amazon is a pretty good comparison shopping service and we'll google is saying is that we are competing with amazon we're not competing with other services which are going to be down in the search results yet but the antitrust questionnaire isn't whether or not google is a sh comparison shopping monopolised it's whether they essentially heaven appleyard search and and are using that to unfairly undercut their competitors and so this is the real crux of the matter is.