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The Smoking Tire

03:54 min | 11 months ago

electric Bonneville car)

"Okay on this episode of the show a very cool guest. I haven't talked to the student awhile came up kind of last minute, but he's a really interesting guy Michael. Bream is the founder and. CEO, of Ev West. A company that builds and Converts Electric Cars down. In San, Diego area they have done some really cool streetcars. They've done some really cool race cars. They've raised pikes peak and pretty soon, they are going to Bonneville with their newest project. So here to talk about it on the zoom the CEO of e West Michael Bream. On small tar podcast. I've already done it. I've done it in the in the on awkwardness my own home. How are Ya antastic? You'd see. Yeah. What's I mean you know Since we last talked there's been quite a lot of development in the world of Evil Hot Rod. You can buy E v Crate Motors. Now I mean you know what a world right? I mean, it comes in a crate or why don't you tell me if you bought one of these things I mean GM brought that that electric crate And I took some kind of interest in it didn't you? Yeah, we did. We actually have easy west parts in there and cooled I. Think you know the reality is, is they try to make off in sound simple and Bolton but it's it's quite difficult and a lot of these guys are kind of in the space to get attention Yamaha motors recently of did something like that they're putting out a crate motor and we called Yamaha and they're like, no, it's not. It's really. Out there. Actually openly admitted like. Fishing there we just threatened the pond. This is such bullshit because you know often I, hear from people who want me to comment on the fact that. The new cafe standards are impossible to it's like, do you know how easy it is to say that we're going to go full ev by twenty thirty and then roll that Shit back in twenty twenty five when no one even remembers and your long. In Our news. Cycle. Say Anything and the news cycle is so short that by the time you walk it back later once it's clearly impossible just nobody gives a shit. The Craig's is GonNa Have Bluetooth work on blockchain. Put bitcoin right that yeah, it's it's interesting Matt I was just thinking about that the other day like if somebody could do like a best hits real and just go back through like GM announcements and I mean I feel like we've been told like three or four times from every automaker, they're having an electric truck or this out of the other thing and here it is twenty, twenty and Where are they right? Well, A-. Onto, something right isn't it we're really is a reinvite we're gonNA see Arena I mean that's a good point. You cannot buy not buy it and they don't have a fan I love Ribian. Let me tell you I love her the and I think got the best shot of anyone but they don't even have a factory built yet. Do you think they have a better shot of building a truck than than Tesla does? Want to die. Early And then into politics. Ev Crate Motors but it's important. To note the building an electric truck or a heavy duty vehicles, extremely difficult and extremely expensive, and so This isn't a model three or a key Niro or whatever they're trying market. They're trying to bring up a full size truck and compete with you know the Ford F, one, fifty, soul Arado, etc. that is You know no small task of the and again we're talking about essentially start up companies to this date haven't produced anything and I think Riviera's far far far ahead of everyone but you look at companies like Nikola and some of the other companies that are essentially trying to get her capital off of computer enters

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Dying of whiteness during the coronavirus pandemic

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

09:41 min | 1 year ago

Dying of whiteness during the coronavirus pandemic

"I'm Jonathan Kaye part. Welcome to Cape Up. Jonathan Metzler back sooner than I expected because of the Corona virus pandemic in his book dying of Whiteness. How the politics of racial resentment is killing. America's heartland Nestle the director of Vanderbilt University Center for medicine. Health and society put a human face on the opposition to many policies that would save lives and livelihood a warning of the lengths to which the white working class voters could either have underlying racism or be manipulated to vote in support of wealthy donors corporations but against their own life stance. And it's just been on steroids since this pandemic started. Listen to mental. Explain why those anti stay at home protests in state capitals Egged on by the president that historical pattern and why the politics racial resentment is a deflection. That works right now. Jonathan Metzel. Thank you very much for coming back to the PODCAST. It's great to be back. I you were just on the podcast a couple of months ago and I try not to go back to Previous guests sooner than say six months but the situation that we're in right now with the with covert nineteen sort of demanded that you come back. We had on Reverend William Barber talking about the racial disparities that we've now been forced to reckon with with the corona virus. And you sent me a message. Reminding me that everything that you wrote about in Europe antastic book dying of Whiteness is playing out in this corona virus and the covert nineteen pandemic. Talk about that well. The book I wrote Diana Whiteness was was really. I mean I who knew at the time but what I was talking about in. That book was about the ways in which there were kind of undercurrents of white racial resentment that shaped Attitudes among politicians and certain white voters particularly in mid in America. That am caused them to what you would think. Vote against their own biological self interests and so the story. I told him that book was a story. About how for example and working class and lower income white voters rejected the affordable. Care Act. Which would have helped them a lot because they thought that immigrants and minorities were gaming the system and I looked at The rise of guns as symbols of kind of white self protection. And you know that was. That was a a book that I thought was kind of how to beginning a middle and an end it was kind of a warning of the lengths to which when white working class voters could either have underlying racism or be manipulated to vote in support of wealthy donors in corporations but against their own life stance. And it's just been on steroids since this pandemic started. I mean everything from in you know. It seems like the best possible for many red states would be to expand Medicaid if people health and transferred this moment of dire need and you would think people would be rallying to get Medicaid. It would help them. Not just medically would help them. Financially not incur bankruptcies pay less for medications but instead trump has been actively actively not expanding Medicaid and and people have been supporting him and the same thing with guns are the the gun story as is eight hundred percent rise in gun sales in some states in in in conjunction with this idea And and so kind of across the board this idea and and of course brought to bear most recently by these protests are across across many red states where people are literally out there saying and we we want to support trump even if it costs us in our family members and our communities days and months and years of our lives and and the racial currents are just. I mean just absolutely unavoidable. Okay so let's let's start with the with those protests because as I watched the video coming from Lansing Michigan and other places and people is openly. Define what we all knew when they were protesting to be true that the corona virus is spread. If you are not socially distancing if you're not wearing a mask if you're shaking hands if you have any kind of physical contact and these votes were acting in total defiance of everything of everything we know up the is it. Are they being irrational in what they're doing or are they being rational in that support for Donald Trump and resentment of and racial resentment are enough for them to ignore science? Well I think there are a couple of things that are important to keep in mind about this process. I just always make clear when I talk about them. That those protests are not all all white Americans. They're not all trump supporters. That's a kind of vote very vocal very threatening fringe group. That has gotten a lot of validation from from trump and a lot of funding from the Devos family and other places and so in a way. Because we're all stuck at home. It's hard to see that there are a lot of people in red states who are terrified of what those protests represent Democrats and Republicans and so first of all. I think it's unfortunate just given the way we're all many of us at at home right now and it looks like that's every Republican out there and that's not the case that being said I try to avoid saying that anything is irrational You know I think would my research. I came to realize that there are there are deep and ideology said that makes sense to people and I think this idea of government. Overreach this idea that Social PROGRAMS ARE GONNA benefit immigrants and minorities and and at the expense of of white people. do these ideas are very very ingrained and I think that also when you when you combine that with a moment of real despair this I this moment of you know not just a more the risk of mortality but also this fear of you know real real economic trauma that people back on their deepest their deepest fears. We've seen that you know the rise of Nazi Germany on down that people when they're who've been there the most desperate it's not like they become the most centrist They they become the most terrified. And so it. At a moment like this people fall back on extreme ideologies. It's not like everybody's GonNa come to the middle and I think trump has been very artful at manipulating those anxieties and shifting blame race. That I think are very dangerous but it's not I. It's not irrational. If it's based in a particular reading of reality and and also Lib reality for a lot of people you know one of the big stories to come out of out of the corona virus coverage is the the health disparities disparities in impact that overwhelmingly the victims of Corona virus have been Americans and other people of color particularly African Americans. What role do you think that plays in the mindset of people who might be looking in saying you know that's affecting them and so therefore I don't need to be concerned about this? Well I think certainly that's been framing an edge of course true right in other words. Many of the people who died in this early phase are emigrants of members of minority groups. People who have to either have to go to work In in conditions are live in areas. Where there's a lot of density I certainly think that that led to a feeling of kind of white and bits ability especially in the people. I've been interviewing people in this idea that oh no. This won't be because this is kind of black and Brown problem. I certainly think fueled part of the feeling of invincibility surrounding mess But it'll be interesting to see. I mean I think there are two caveats that narrative of I is that I guarantee you. A lot of these deaths in rural white America are being under reported. Just because there's not great data gathering and so I do think there's a lot of despair in in rural areas that we're not hearing about and and I think the other point is because of these protests and particularly when these red states start opening up if if they do which seems insane. We're GONNA see a lot of of working class white very sick and dying and so it'll be interesting to see what happens to that narrative when it really starts to hit home for people

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Fiji Queasy!

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Fiji Queasy!

"It's time once again for America's favorite show the Radio Adventures of third blowing. Brought to you by TECH FLOYD DOT com as you recall last time we were. We're in New York City in the eighteen. Forty two Dr Steven taken. The very odd job of Boeing bricks for Barnum in exchange for free entry into the American Museum where he planned to steal the infamous sideshow hoax. The Fiji Mermaid it would done now to cross the street with this last brick and we're home free. Let's all you talking about. What fidgeted noticed that decker? Stephen not is that in his forty five minutes brick rick moving he had attracted a crowd of about one hundred Astra have been watching him. But we're now following into the door the American museum where P t barnum now stood on soapbox. That's right folks. Step right into the American Museum and find the answer to all your questions inside for fifty cents you can find out the answer to your brick moving queries. You can see the Fiji Mermaid and much much more at Barnum's American Museum. The crowd surged past the dump truck and they were all clamoring pay fifty cents to find out what wonders the museum contained. This was your plan. All along wasn't exotic Ma'am right this way. Hey listen in my friend in this business you do what you can do to draw crowd and you're the perfect one to do it. Antastic now look we moved. You'll bricks and drew you out. Can we get into the museum. Deal is a deal you earned my friend enter away come on featured. It's going to take us an hour to find a way through this crowd and get to the Mermaid. You're trying to get up close and personal with the Fiji Mermaid. Let's check in with our hero. He wrote Dr Floyd who when we last left secured an exhibit spot right next to the fever made in the museum. This is humiliating. Dr Grant. Imagine me the world's most brilliant scientists nothing more than a sideshow exhibiting P T barnum's museum. We'll look at it this way Dr Floyd. There's no way that Dr Steve Can swept the Mermaid standing right next to it. I know I know you're comes the crowd Dr Floyd. You're on these. These chips isn't here to witness my humiliation faithful robot companionship's as you remember was currently undertaken the task of walking. Dr Floyd's Mother's Pomeranian puppy Mr Brady Jen's around New York. Dr Grothe Trust regained control. Mr tastebuds return to the main Exhibit Hall of the American Museum which is now packed with patrons eager to see the Fiji Mermaid. The museums newest attraction floyd. The man was a small ted in the world. is gross throw should bidder be. We're Dr Steve was hitting. I'm going to be very upset. And there's no reason to be upset because at that very moment Dr Steven Pitcher. We're at the very back of the line line to view the exhibits. What's right up there? FIDGET I can just see the top of it in this something else up there too that people looking at I can't see what it is though it's too small lab. There's nothing we can do but just by time fidget. Let Soon that Fiji Mermaid will be mine as people in line. It's like almost an hour and a half dot just even fidget to finally reached the front into the room and stand before the Fiji Mermaid fidget. There it is the Fiji Mermaid. Berlin you keep an eye out for bottom and as soon as the last visit leaves I'll grab the Mermaid. I wouldn't do that if I were you. Dr Steven what Dr Floyd. What are you doing here? I'm here to make sure you don't make off with the Fiji Mermaid puts how did you get in. It was easy. None of Your Business. Dr Steve What's important is that I'm here to stop you over the floor here. Is that dryer lint. That was featured his stomach upset at the site of the settle down. I'll take you outside in a moment and you can eat some grass. Well lookie here. My two newest employees of met each other. You both did a fine job today. I made. I mean we made a ton of money. Mr Barnum Sir. This guy was just about to Swipe The Fiji Mermaid what is true. I only took this job to make sure he didn't. Is this true. No it's not I would never Levi. Just think this former employees of my needs to be escorted out your thing imports because there's no need to get hasty here. I'm sure we could work something out. How about a lot of my sock shape? Frontier wielded run FIDGET. Wrong Taylor Museum running back down the street to their very own species as they exit Dr Floyd steps down off the exhibit platform. He was standing on Floyd. We sure are glad you could help. Ensure that the Fiji Mermaid it didn't get stolen Mr Barnum that charge Dr Floyd chips just called us on the handy communicate a ring areas you well. Apparently Mr Beardie chins spotted an alley cat and has dragged chips chips about twelve blocks west of here. Doug where we go get him. Here's your ninety nine dollars back. Mr Burnham officially resigned as a museum exhibit. This was too much of a circus for me. That gives me an idea. Levi sent a letter to James Bailey. I have an offer to make him serve boss Oh and then new kanye machine excellent. It's the new high-speed model right. The boxes oxyde will make a new suite every sixty seconds perfect. That means there'll be a sucker made every minute thought you said P.T. Barnum didn't say that you didn't think the writers would let this episode in without without a horribly bad joke did you. I guess you're right. RANDOM DOT of loyd leave to go find chips and Mr Barrington hop back in time and space free after dodger. Steve where will our intrepid heroes go next. Will they ever be able to put an conductor speeds villainous ways and just win will they be able to drop off Mr Bertie. Jin's back at home by down this week on the radio. Mentors Abductor Lloyd.

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Stand-up, sketch and satire: The rise of Indigenous comedy

Unreserved

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Stand-up, sketch and satire: The rise of Indigenous comedy

"Charlie Hill was a legend on the stand up comedy circuit. Almost every indigenous comedian will cite hail as their inspiration their motivation and hand aspiration and even though he passed on in two thousand and thirteen the laughter he created. Lives on hill was a member of the oneida nation of Wisconsin Wisconsin. His first network appearance was on the Richard. Pryor show in nineteen seventy four. He was the first indigenous comedian to appear on the tonight show with Johnny Carson and he also appeared on the tonight show with Jay Leno and made multiple appearances on late night with David Letterman. Here's the legendary Charlie Hill. I did this back in L. A. and they didn't quite get it you know they're not used to seeing is in Hollywood. Everybody wants to tables in a circle and they weren't quite sure you know in a in a heckler and I know that she'd never judge a man by the color it was neck or anything like that wouldn't want to hear their prayer Marica. And why don't you go back. We came room so I can't in his living room last week. I was in Washington. DC WE SEEK. Did he show where members of the American Indian Republican Party. Three in the next gentlemen ever met in my life and then coming out here to Canada airport searched and I resent that via need. You were as an alien. You'RE GONNA hijack a plane anyway. Take me to hope. So I'm sitting on the airlines. You know in the middle seat here redneck sitting on each side of me and I'm thinking you I stole my leg ripped up my culture but you're not giving these damn armin don't they. What do you nations? We have tonight on the commentary. Everybody Yawn your your nation. Okay one-two-three antastic. Just thought I heard somebody. I don't even Wanna be that's cool. That's okay we're all welcome here in the circle of humor tonight. Welcome everybody who came but we always CDs. He's one of the power they always WANNA be. So I wrote a commercial called generic they WANNA you tired of being left out in the cold with no native heritage on aware of your Indian roots. Or maybe maybe you have new Indian roots. You'll uncomfortable powwows. Well soon. You be out there singing and dancing with the rest of US thanks to. Yes one spoonful of generic in your native groups are starting to grow back instantly. You'll never appeals spiritually inadequate again taken as direct the generic increases wisdom and stores and makes you one with the universe where we're script in so try today when someone asks you your travel really just say generically you made up what you know. What in your heart art? Gosh inside of action include suicide poverty disease religious persecution and general of land the recorded. That would've picked comedy. Festivals welcomed a Turtle Island showcase in two thousand and five. That was Charlie Hill.

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10 Reasons to Stay On Board the Ship in Cruise Ports

Tips for Travellers Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

10 Reasons to Stay On Board the Ship in Cruise Ports

"What all the ten good reasons for staying aboard a cruise ship when it's import? I'm Gary Obamacare. This is another of my tips for travelers. I'm on a cruise but I'm staying on board Wimmer Import Report today and that got me thinking why didn't share with you. Ten reasons that I think are great ones for staying on board and not exploring the port starting with this one it's important to remember that cruises are also vacation time. It's time to relax. And if you're on a very port intensive cruise you could end up coming back from your trip being retired. If you're out exploring you coming back to eating. During the show's drinking dancing. Stay up late so actually taking a day out one day when the ship is important. Just just relax. You can sleep in late. Get up late. The ship's can be much quieter. The elevators are going to be quieter the ships going to be quieter. And it's just a time to slow down and and relax and make one of your holiday vacation days a total relaxation day. Because after all you coming on a cruise to have a great time but also to relax and unwind wind. I think that's a really really good reason for staying on board a second. Good reason is just frankly the is not of interest either because you visited before. Aw or you're just actually not interested in it doesn't repealing. The weather's terrible to windiest rainy. It's too hot perhaps. You've been to see all of the key sites and the secondary. Oh totally sites that you can see just are not very interesting. Stay on board and enjoy the ship. Another really good reason for staying on board is if the port is just. Would it be crazy busy so often. I would take a look on sites like crews timetable and take a look at how many ships are going to be important. You could go to some ports with is going to be up to fifteen fifteen to twenty thousand passengers all different ships getting off and just making the place completely crazy so actually. It's much stay on board the ship in those ports where it's just just GonNa be mad busy crazy so planet advance. If you look at your shed join us going to five or six ports take a look at aside like crews timetables see see how the different ports are and preps pick one point which is going to be crazy busy where you're going to just enjoy time on board the ship and not have to fight all the crowds on land. The fourth reason for me staying on board depends a lot around the type of ship that I'm cruising on so if it's a big resort ship which has huge amounts of facilities facilities ice skating. rinks climbing rings. Go karting forty simulations escape rooms all sorts of huge amounts of activities. He's I will often plan to spend one or two days on board the ship because the ship is part of the vacation. If you're out exports all day. You're going to struggle to experience all of those things that you basically paid for within your fair so particularly if it's a resort ship always like to plan time on board rather than going to the port because after all I'm on a ship is a resort in his own right if are much smaller ship with much less facilities and it may be much more than about the ports themselves and the destinations. If you're on a ship which has lots of facilities acivities staying on board. And he's one of the days is a really good idea. Another really good reason for staying on board is you'll find in Portes. They're usually usually a huge amount of office so particularly SPA. We'll have all sorts of discounts off two for ones also offers which make going to the spa much much cheaper about often find them might be happy hour special cocktails of the day or other activities which are at a reduced price so actually. It's a great way to do some things you want to do without paying full the price I'd love but it's really really expensive and going on Portes is what I would normally do. Because you'll find you get great prizes when you're on a cruise you'll know the finding space and time that can be quite a struggle so if you go on Porta you'll find that normally is our quiet. You can get a machine. You can get a tumble dry and do your laundry much much easier. A great reason for staying on board is simply that it's quiet. The facilities are not going to be busy and that's particularly important around around the pool area. So what are the big challenges on ships is often finding a great lounger near the pool. A great spot or being able to use the hot tubs. You'll find on Portes that you're gonNA find great lounges. You're going to swim. You're going to be able to use the hot tubs and many of the other facilities around the ship restaurants are going to be much quieter. And there's going to be no lines minds often t if you wanted to go to. That is going to be much quieter if you wanna go and try things like flow riders or waterslide. Ride's GonNa find. You can do multiple times without queuing up so the ship is just much quieter. All those things that you want to do and try to just be completely either empty or free being able to choose that fantastic antastic lounger in a great location and be able to actually use the pool and the hot tubs is a really big plus for staying onboard and other good reason for staying on board is still going to be huge huge amounts to do so even if they're not big facilities on board the ship you'll still find. The daily program has lots of activities with its fitness class Trivia. Craft classes assist talks. There will always be a full promo events. Ships will always make the design things for people to do who are staying on board. So there's still going to have lots of things to do so even if you are on a smaller ship there will be a full Deli program of activities. So if you're yearning to win that Trivia competition the advantage of doing it on a day is maybe less competition and and you have a great chance of winning that Trivia Quiz but definitely there are still going to be loads of things to do. We think that if you soundboard even if it's on a smaller ship there's going to be nothing nothing to do. There's going to be a full daily program of events. One of the key reasons that I stay on board on Portes is to get around the ship and take photographs offs and video of the ship when it's not crowded and full of people so if you want to take great pictures of you your friends and Family Portes is a great day to do that. Because everybody's everywhere is not going to be cluttered up and you're going to be able to take notch shots of the ship. You're standing by staircases without people. Hassling you to get by so I will soundboard at at least one to Porto now on a cruise so I can take my photographs. I can do videos of the ship without having loads of people in them so definitely. It's a great way of exploring seen the ship and getting those photographs that you want to take and really important of course because having photographs taken by the crews land can be quite expensive. This great opportunity for you to get out there. You're take photographs and you have time to experiment. Take lots of photographs and perhaps save some money on those cruise photographs. Staying on board will also help help with your budget if you go out on excursions they can cost quad out of money so crews on excursion. You'RE GONNA be paying fifty one hundred two hundred dollars or more per person per per excursion so that can rack up a lot of self exploring you still might have entry fees into museums or you have food to buy drinks to buy enterpise. He's whatever that is so actually it's way of helping to manage a budget so if you actually have a day on board the ship you're not going to be spending money because obviously things are all included within your fair or your food and drink and entertainment so it's a really good way of actually helping manage the budgets. Perhaps if there are a couple of excursions that you really want to go on in some ports you can perhaps splash on those knowing that you got a day on board where you're going to balance out your budgets so definitely it's one way of helping manage your crews

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Product Mindset With Jessica Hall

Developer Tea

12:33 min | 1 year ago

Product Mindset With Jessica Hall

"I think people are way too attached. Languages languages come and go every three to four years. people are re architect ing making changes. I A lot of people are are committing their organizations to a path without knowing how hard it's going to be changed as opposed to saying this is where we're solving wing for today with tomorrow at mind we think we know that things might shifted change over time because everybody has had to re architect and in in many cases multiple times that was the voice of Jessica. Hall the A CO author of the book the Product Mindset today is the second part of my interview with Jessica. You didn't listen to the first part encourage you to go back and listen to that before you dive into today's is episode. My name is Jonathan Cottrell and you're listening to develop not in my goal on the show is to help driven developers like you find clarity. Perspective can purpose pissing your careers. Let's get straight into part two of my interview with Jessica Hall. I'd love for you to kind of explain further about how how I might know more practically dive into a product mindset. What are some ways some things that I do today that maybe I'm not going to do in in two or three years and instead. I'm going to be doing something else. What are those things that you see a Mo- more developers participating in the future. Yes in the product lines. Mindset has three principles that kind of underlie all things it starts with a fundamentally before principles building for outcomes outcomes that we're not just here to build code. We're here to build businesses to help. Businesses serve customers and to grow the end to continue to innovate that it's not just about the Kobe right but what does that code create. What is that code enable. What value does it deliver and the first principle is minimize typed value. Which is the idea that you know when you are working working in your I d e when you're writing things in Jira. When you're planning meetings when you're doing sticky notes drawing diagrams that's activity the value exists in the hands of your customers value exists when they can work with the prototype or use a productive feature in production or staging That's value exists in their hands where they can do something. So how do you as fast as possible. Put something to their hands. How how do you reject the notion that it has to be complete as to be fully implemented have every bell and whistle it has to have feature parity plus everything else. What is the smallest all set of things that you can do that solve the problem for somebody? PUT IT in their hands. How do you kind of slice across and say I'm going to deliver the ability for you to to look at this for you to manipulate it in for you to get some sort of result on just this thin stripe things and that from there. I can see people gosh should be really. I you know I really want to be able to do this thing great. Let me build that thing. You know. It doesn't account for this thing awesome. I'll get on that next but that first principles really the idea idea that we have to deliver that small sliver that small piece of the feature not everything and I think it goes back to school where you have this ocean of completeness and I don't want an incomplete. That's like that's bad. I can't simplify these things down. I can't cut it down. Just take a piece but taking a piece allows you to reduce waste to increase learning to start generating interest. Perhaps general revenue much sooner so the question you to ask yourself. Else is our minimizing time value when you go to plan your releases. Are you thinking about in every release in every sprint whatever you know analogy use news. How fast are we delivering value to. Our customers are waiting too long before we giving them things. Do we have things that are clogging up the pipeline that if we could streamline them we did you get things out faster which means we can learn faster. How do why isn't it in junior developer. Maybe think about implementing something that might get it done a little bit quicker a little bit simpler as opposed to something that maybe Nouri ability to scale but honey. We Ain't scaling yet. We don't even have ten customers so or win. The team goes to do release planning to say okay. Let's break this down and make sure we have something that we can release that we can deliver value to our our customers in that. We can learn and we're open in. We value without learning the NEX principle is solved for neat so the idea is that AH product needs to solve a need. When is that need. Why does this thing is exists. What do we do for people you know. Kenya explain you're at a bar with someone you just met like why your product matters and you know. What is the need? A needs is our best to find a by state like I can't do any better than him so I'm GonNa have to use his you know. It's you know it's a problem you know. Oh The doing laundry is a pain in the butt and you probably don't enjoy doing laundry your number two. I know that that I know the extent that it takes time and effort if I don't do you know if I don't get it done. That aren't where until you you can. You can put a price on that pain. that you're trying to fix your trying to fix it. You're trying to improve it somehow. You're hacking something together your laundry scheduler. You're you're using. You're trying different services and things in nothing's quite working and you're in the last. You're willing to invest in a solution. That's a neat neat. That's something I I can. I know I haven't if someone has a problem. They don't identify. They don't feel they don't connect act with they haven't figured that out yet good luck trying to cells kind of have to admit that they know it's a problem. They know it hurts. They're trying stuff suffer not finding the right thing. They're willing to make an investment in the new thing that's where you WanNa play and so that's kind of where it helping understand the customer and having spent some time. No one's asking you to do detailed research. Maybe read some of the research that your team is put together. Maybe look at some of the data. Maybe listen to an interview. There's something really powerful about connecting with other humans. the last one is accelerate age the so that comes in a couple different ways you know back in the day. You still only be able to release once a month now. We have good better tooling. better processes better ways to be able to deploy more often being willing to invest in that. I'm reading. This book called accelerate about the science of devops. It is is not an easy by any stretch like I can only go do a couple of pages at a time because it's so dense but it's also antastic in making the case through were very rigorous data heavy process of why to make that investment but it's not just the technology piece of that end getting your organization to invest in technology not the decision making you know a lot of people complain that priorities change at my answers will yeah they should because has everything around the spill change companies change markets change regulations change so why shouldn't priorities change its priorities changing such assigned. FLAKA organization who doesn't know what they're doing at their if they are changing without reason they're changing. They have been measured. They're changing aging because you know somebody right has shiny object syndrome that bad and he usually people call me because because somebody's got shiny objects in Rome. That's not not uncommon big but if they're changing because there is something has changed in the world and we need to respond to it. That's thank goodness right. Yeah thank goodness that retained because if we don't somebody else will get their first and we may not be here so changing priorities isn't necessarily a bad thing. I need people to kind of think that when priorities changing question where that's coming from rather than say oh my gosh product. Doesn't you know what's going on. Our leadership. Team doesn't know what's going on. Don't blindly execute yourself to the bottom of the ocean. Yeah this is a this is a problem right because if you if you look at what what do you mean when you say change. There's multiple things going on. You're you are in your environment and you may be doing something in that environment but if the environment changes around you then there's it's essentially indistinguishable able whether you changed or the environment changed right in other words. You can keep on doing the same thing but that doesn't mean that doing doing the same thing is going to result in the same outcome. This is very It's obviously true right because you can say okay well. Masika a silly example. This is unrealistic. Let's say that I'm awake. Now I might as well just continue staying awake and I'm not GonNa Sleep when when when the when night falls because I'm awake and I don't WanNa change that's crazy right because we're talking about a different scale of of changing and to to maintain homeostasis for your body. You need to sleep right so in a way. If you don't want to change you you should sleep right so if let's say that the other scale that we're measuring on is growth company is growing. You know say they're. They're growing their revenue. year of year at one hundred percent. I don't know some unrealistic number and they they don't WanNa change well. What is it that they don't want to change. Do they want to continue growing their revenue or do they not want to change something else and allow their revenue to sink right. That's so so so I think we we want to maintain our behaviors but we forget that our behaviors are not the entire story that the environment is changing around us and so you're not the same person that you were before. You're not the same company that you were before and certainly the things that you did before or not. GonNa have the same effect as they a- as they had previously yeah ain't that painted a but it makes it hard right. How do you know what to do. I will gosh it's really hard to say now. I I'm reminded of Pixar Stringer hits day very deliberately brought brought in that Bradburn who got like fired by budget studios and said. We believe you will challenge us. You will shake it up. You will not allow us to go into complacency with toy story seventeen or something and so he he was the you know the person's shake it up any took. Everybody wanted to shake things up in the whole company. Put the one team and they may day incredible and so. It's hard to to do that in You know it's it's rough. If you want to continue to see those numbers go up. You WanNa continue doing something. That makes you feel safe insecure that you know you can do that noble when it all feels like it. Smooth food is coming. I mean I hate to be the doomsday device but something is on the horizon. We've never I don't think again. I'm going to get this wrong but I think the number is that fifty seven or seventy five percent of fortune one hundred will turn over the next two years that didn't happen twenty years ago but it happened today the end you've got choices to make somebody who's GonNa income for you or you. Comfort yourself tied to keep pushing it forward and and that's that's scary and that's hard and your company evolves. Maybe some of the same people they write for it anymore.

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"antastic" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Comedy Eisley Hallo. Brandon Jacobs in the in the newsroom there. That's correct scoring on Jacob. Are you doing? I'm good. You're looking great as usual. Thank you antastic. Rebecca, thank you jump professional today. Got a collared shirt, and I'm the. And I'm the one wearing a tee shirt today. So yeah. Is it wet t-shirt? They on. Remember, the black T shirt? So let's one from the Newseum that my husband got me last week. Trust me. I'm a reporter. They had they had some that said fake news, right? Those guys taken out. I think Sola data O'Brien started that really to take that out. All right. I don't wanna just we just got on turnaround. Just want to say Soledad O'Brien follows me on Twitter. Will you're well known celebrity don't know about that. That's true. I'm not sure if he just fantastic that she follows. Yeah. I'm a big solid. Ed O'Brien fan. Yes. You have been for a long time. Yeah. Since the get go. Really? Yeah. I remember. There was a time. She was appearing at Union Station here in Chicago for something new. I stole a train you. You really wanted to get just to get down there. Yeah. Yeah. Did you end up going to Union Station to see her do a reporter Lino? I've never met her. Yeah. I think it's best. I think it's best were kept from each kept away from each other. Right. I just feel there's going to be too much magnetism there be explosive right from the echo, you can tell. I mean, obviously the follow. I mean, that's really kind of says it. All right. Why else would she you? I don't know. I honestly don't know. But I followed her right back, man. I didn't I didn't know that was a she was the first. Yeah. Brennan told me Soledad O'Brien follow your the quitted, man. Mess with me. Stub track. Solid data O'Brien right stamp dragging, my heart around land Stevie nicks,.

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"antastic" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

Living Legacy Leadership

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

"Saturated. Pure state will give that feeling of joy, and one of the things that I like to do is to pay paint your front door because it's the first thing you see at night, and we come home. The last thing you see in the morning, and it's kind of like a little gift to the neighborhood. I'm beacon to do it by wearing a little pop up bright color. I know people were brightly colored socks if they work in an environment where they don't feel comfortable wearing color in a in a big way, you know, small pops of color like wearing brightly colored soccer way to bring that sense of energy into your environment. Antastic and love to that. You you refer to joy is the high energy form of happiness with exuberant emotion. It's energy made visible in color. It is. Yes, I mean, they're obviously, they're meant, you know, we break happiness down. There are many different sort of flavors of it and contentment is in another sort of feeling which is nowhere near as high energy choice. If we're looking at create moments of joy, we want that energetic feeling exactly. And I think it was cool to you mentioned the western cultural bias to what we refer to as so-called sophistication with our beauty color. Pat, over the, you know, the bright colors of joyful environment. Yes. Exactly. And I think that this. We have this by against joy. But we don't even realize we have it. But you know, when when when you look at children children are effortlessly joyful juillet is just so close to the surface of their lives. They play they have sort of a sense of magic that blends with everyday life. And then as we get older, we feel pressured to put that aside we stop wearing color. We stop feeling like we can be silly. And we start to hold ourselves back because to be joyful to be Zuber, and colorful and expressive is often something that opens us up to being judged as not serious or superficial. Or even self-indulgent. I know many women who will not by themselves flowers, or who are worried about painting their homes in bright colors, the bright colors that they enjoy because they're worried that it won't look serious or sophisticated enough. And so one of my hopes is really when when we understand that joy is connected to our deeper wellbeing. Then I think it creates a new permission to say, you know, what it really doesn't matter. What the magazines think is good taste. What matters is what makes us feel good. It's amazing..

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"antastic" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on WJR 760

"Talking with Lee Thomas from FOX two Detroit about all the movies that are open up now and heading into next week where a lot of big ones open as well. So Ralph breaks the internet that opens today that's a sequel to. Opens wednesday. Okay. All go Wednesday rope. I would've known everything broke in. And then I couldn't. Another sequel widows. This is an interesting that opens today interesting film tells about that one now that's a viola Davis. Remember, she won the Oscar for fences. It was in the help of antastic actress actress now this film is really well done. I give it a mild thumbs up, but I have a couple of problems with it. It's based on this this British television series where these wives of a crew of thieves. The guys pull off a crime, and they all, you know, get gone. Okay. And so they decide the guy that they stole the money from goes to the wife and says, they took my money. Give me the money you have a month. And so by the Davis goes, okay? Let me get this crew of wives together that have never stolen anything never handled any guns. We're gonna pull out this big caper, and that plausibility levels just like really all of a sudden they're gun wielding fast in women who can handle it. But I tell you what. Well, the Davis sells it. She's a great actress. And she just knows how written by Gillian Flynn who wrote gone girl as an author. I didn't know all of a sudden she's a screenwriter maybe as well. The director Michelle Rodriguez is loft. Yeah. Yeah. All right. So that opens today and then other ones opening next week well creed to which is the follow water to creed. Creed. No. Check.

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"antastic" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Antastic and it'll be cheaper than a mac mini or at least no more expensive and probably have massive capacity compared to a mac mini that's one of the things about these nassar's typically they have multiple hard drives and so you can get real you know terabytes of storage which means you've got a lot of room for expansion you want i don't wanna i don't wanna look gift many in the mouth but yeah but you can rent flex on a mac mini by the way as well so if you get a free one that maybe that's a good solution but you'll notice i mean you can't you can't put as much storage in there you'll have to have an by the time you put it all together sometimes it's better to do a ness it's a very popular thing a lot of people are doing this these days plex is at p l e x dot tv if you want to read more about it it's probably now i would guess far and away the most popular media server out there but you know maybe not just because there's so many max out there that maybe i tunes just by virtue of having a lot of a huge installed base of max maybe i maybe maybe even windows media server because of all the windows machines but when people are actually using it to do streaming media to do serve content up i think they choose when they're actively aware of it they choose plex i would say for the most part it's pretty good.

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"antastic" Discussed on a16z

a16z

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on a16z

"Kids so we think about this thought experiment he rather be highschool dropout today or nineteen fifty right ignoring just the greater wealth the world but is in terms of competitiveness is much better nineteen fifty to be high school dropout because in those days there were so many high school dropouts that there just wasn't that much of a stigma against it and the reason is precisely that the higher the education level gets the greater the stigma against people that have not kept up with the rising expectations so when we're thinking about the effects on four disadvantage families we shouldn't just be focused on the one thousand four families of antastic student we should also be thinking about the typical kid from a family of now in many ways as you were opportunities and they would have had in the past because so many players expect so much education there is this treadmill or rat race effect where for anyone individual that will give them more opportunities than that's true but if you go and give a whole generation we're opportunities the result is just that employers shack up the educational expectations to be willing to even to give you an interview much less to hire you were training you because most of the job skills people actually have or gained on the job that's really the crucial step is finally getting you missing employer that you deserve to be trained to do something real actually quote back something you said because i thought it was super interesting and you made this argument that bottom line people as it is just not paid what they're worth that there are a lot of workers especially less educated workers who are paid less than so signal is important there's diamonds in the rough people who are underpaid because they lacked the right credentials to convince employers of their quality and that immediately made me think of a lot of entrepreneurs and people who feel that workplaces don't value them and so they find ways of creating value by just going off and doing their own things way to sort that group out so to me that's an opportunity for people who are underprivileged don't have the.

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"antastic" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Point that where you think for one second he needs to be mentioned in the same sentence as jackie robinson you better pump them damn breaks i'm not going to tolerate it he said antastic adult mentioned them in the same sentence stephen a smith okay so other stories in the news we're getting it back into the airline that oh gosh this could have been so awful could have been just so so terrible we've got more audio for you we've got passenger audio we'll replay the captain of the plane she was so cool calm and collected this is great also just in terms of trump russia collusion baller there was a bill in the senate they were trying to protect baller so it's like we're well put forward a bill so trump can't fire him but apparently that bill was shut down a mitch mcconnell who runs the senate shut that sucker down this is it i yesterday was tax day i don't know if you had trouble filing yesterday but apparently the computers well what a day for a glitch irs what do you what do you do in that situation it's like you're trying you're trying your i wanna pay online i wanna pay online i heard some say well you know somebody from the irs some spokesperson was saying well you know it's not like i mean this was the deadline would have taken care of this days weeks months ago if you wanted to just i want to be fun i wanted to wait around yeah but if i had had to pay i would have waited till yesterday man absolute not getting my money and you gotta get they're not gonna win earned as much interest off that as i can they're not getting into today early and then some of us you know we've filed for extensions i'm an extension guy because there's just they want to much information i tell you just keep that in mind partnerships are always a little bit troubling because if you've got a slacker and the partnership okay then then the the whole ball of wax goes down the tube that that's my situation there's one one partnership every year that i have to wait on the information from so we're doing the little old extension and i'm bummed out about that because now the government's keeping my money because i'm gonna get a refund and the government sitting in my dough.

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"antastic" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Winning at relationships available on amazon antastic talks will thank you so much for being a star in the dave wind bump showed the animal rain the emigrant we hannity's her jewellery of alert hey follow me dave brown dot com on twitter at the wind and on facebook president trump tweeted why did the obama administration start an investigation into the trump campaign with zero proof of wrongdoing long before the election in november wanted to discredit so crooked h for hillary would win unprecedented bigger than watergate plus obama did nothing about russian meddling your thoughts well president trump yet again proven right i remember when the mainstream media ridiculed president trump for suggesting that the obama administration was actually spying on him and spying on his steve everyone said oh how outrageous that was now we know that was true and not only was there spying happening it was happening based on a false and rotten premise in this dossier that was funded by the dnc the clinton campaign and then ultimately fueled by information from russians who back in the day one zero in the area where it well stand i mean the we've got kind of arab fishing my computer while odds during the show i mean this incredible you ever think a guy would come out to fix your computer eu santa call td repairman a you that old i am i love that old and i just days monday in our old village yeah or you're going to catch up with manila had club clearly that god a happy birthday the sand bureau don't forget if you'd like to win a membership five year membership to the nra to call the show and gold's up one your membership with an option to do all of five your osher of a little bit more but we're taking the injuries from people that call in and out would like to uh give us some political talk while they're call again so when you call and make sure you have signed on to talk about better it's a fight it is a membership upsurge the nra in an shuttles lifelong number shut up no i'm not going to shop no i'm not going to shut out of your time now salva gal shut up and got to let's say an talk or other rebel from seventy as the avenue you know from funny all right i slid listen listen i you know what i have an alter ego but only every other day.

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"antastic" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"The told a really good up owners like the zip recruiters going to catch it when it comes to with your resume has yeah bought from january 20th 2017 the bartolotta laced rant isn't means a lot of white out is like shares are going through the roof your government employee for nine years but he added there was this one year like literally saying you were doing anything during that period is better than saying you were at the trump white house right all i was on a killing spree but my meds are adjusted now the baath on the oman i was enough i was in rehab i was in a mental institution oh you are for trump your higher okay fine antastic also no the chinese the violence for sarah sanders had a very difficult press conference his oh it's part of the sarah she struggled to assure americans the white house was operating normally gutter assault left for several days how many times can we use that gif of netflix leslie nielsen in front of the fireworks factory there's nothing more to say here everybody move along uh reporters pelted sanders whose questions about hick's abrupt resignation kushner's legal jeopardy jeopardy his ability to do his job with a security clearance trump's an experienced a gun legislation increasing pressure created by bob muller's russia investigation the president's decision to amounts tariffs on goods from foreign countries and his tax on jeff sessions oh sang oak that one i sean must have been spinning like a top the back in the form we would give her some hey cubes after that okay here she is yesterday talking about gee i read northern ariza as you're coming a distraction give it all the controversies if he did at the center of in recent days legarrette still valued member of the administration and he's going to continue to focus now on the work that he's been doing and we're going to continue pushing forward on that front as well now the work as he i would have follow up question travis if i were allowed into the pool i'd be like um the work has been doing securing loans for his own trump horrible business decisions and strung company it's over the fall of course oh all right oh when more here.

"antastic" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"I hope that if it does when people i mean you know it will be it's something of a setback but i hope people don't like overinterpreted al liked that the world is harder because it's a very very good film but uh but i think it would be really nice to see if antastic woman it would be it would be meaningful in a way that another award might not be we'll speaking of breakout stars in these categories in documentary feature i feel like the most visible some by fire has been faces places missing because of that agnes varda and herve from jr and the cardboard agnes varda that went to the academy luncheon other up against abacus melania jail ecris last men in aleppo in strong island i feel like faces places has the buzz advantage to win do you guys give it that much credit yeah i think so i mean i think that that it's you know we've talked about this a lot on this podcast but because the past has sort of supported this theory that things about filmmaking tend to go over very well with economy and faces places is very much about filmmaking it's very well it's about art in general but like gin rank as far as you know been rector for decades and there's a whole plot in the dark documentary about her um and gianluca guard and so i just feel like that's it's it's kind of some great admired that rats i think she sheets at us she is and she's wonderful i don't think she'll be able to come to the show but like you know she's a legend in france and beyond and so i just feel like this is that movies here it's also like it's such a feelgood movie like am i hate that phrase by an if you follow me on twitter you've seen me like banging on endlessly about the nuclear ryan netflixing whitten mostly because it's just about like people going into communities where may be historically it wouldn't be welcomed and being welcomed an and connecting and that's what am faces places of bowed is like these two artists are going and talking to lake factory workers and like whoever else that just really having this connection the working people of france really embracing this artistic expression of their lives and their work than i just i think it's really.

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"antastic" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Discounts david san diego he got to see the antastic seeing already ciller him and now eight increases my body of look and feel him to to fill limbs two films that i am deepy a star rating has sorting through the roof right now right there you go all right three two three four six eight hour 1135 but it really is it's a great villain and how apropos for the moment right for the whole let me to me you times up movement it is fantastic oh as we mentioned earlier well porter was up for promotion o globo actually work in being considered gordon deputy chief of staff position kelli john kelly definitely wanted to expand his role despite knowing for the last year and being according to the washington post what was it crevice our big fat liar compared to one of the many many fatty people in the white house that wanted to share with the washington post uh yes fbi director chris wray as we said a contradicted days of shifting explanations from the administration about when they knew about the allegations rapporter um yes he said the fbi submitted a partial report on the a march in and a completed background vested gatien in july between once and john kelly he would call was shocked had only just found out all the jock thoughts and prayers ciro huckleberry saddlebag as we've been talking about the fbi chief did not contradict us all there are actually true right the process was ongoing the what was the the adjudication was still being adjudicated at the time of the olympic the so they couldn't fire yet let's keep in the white supremacists still involved in the story you know we got them i am fancy g lawyers here they put the june judaisation through and they would still adjudicating say outlook reporting does not seem uh you know camp located really nan covered it up uh okay here she is again while long day for sarah hucklebury is clarified one will lease it yesterday he didn't get any hateful from the fbi chris reyes said he owns given that would come through the white house personnel security office which has not completed their investigation and not passed that information to the white house the white house i think you need to be very clear about there's multiple groups here oh isn't to storage room.

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"antastic" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Free so episodes when when she was fan freak antastic now let me give you let me give you a spoiler alert if you don't want to know who went home turned the radio down for just a second milk went home and couldn't have gone home a minute to sooner y it's all flowing top every free gin minute she cries and now they really gave her a reason to cry but because she left it was awful thank goodness she's gone here's a little bit of love been della cram you know when the when the bachelorettes approach the bachelor when they meet for the first time they step out of the limo kia that's what they're doing here here's just a little bit of it have you ever taken out a cab and are huts of then clinched his old was that if it did he won't i don't know if you're looking for a woman like me like a woman if clinging claiming down that's the baby leaving very old run out good woman down their blood would i it wasn't my favorite but it was good and i was happy with whom went home and once again than della crown was one of the top to allow other than ben della krenn how is trixie and chanchal ideally mother god they're good data make a lot of waves kennedy davenport and milk kind of got into it at the beginning phnom which i kind of sided with a little bit on milk kennedy was getting very defensive right off the bat but any way you guys to catch up on vh one on demand switching over channel so.

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"antastic" Discussed on So That Happened

So That Happened

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on So That Happened

"Welcome back in season's greetings this is arthur delaney android in studio by my colleague paul blumenthal hello happy honecker merry christmas eh through the magic of technology we are also joined by the disembodied voice of zack carter our colleague in new york season's greetings now we wanted to talk about the season and the reason for the season and also some famous literature that is really for resident right now and by that i am referring to the 1988 film scrooge d starring bill murray antastic movie uh which was a lotta people don't know this but it was actually based audit much older work by a man named charles dickens uh calls a christmas keira who knew i didn't know out but react that carter in the course of his uh academic research onto john maynard keynes i think it sounds like you've stumbled on something funny about charles dickens please explain so i have like a lot of people i grew up just loving a christmas carol uh when i was a kid i didn't really think about all the christian social gospel or or you know where where this sort of story came from an history of christianity um but but i just i just thought it was a cool story you know it's been adapted zillion times there's a mudpits virgin and a looney toons version and a little ever recap of the story tell us what has give us a quick enough time needed christmas carol well spoiler alert everyone i it it has a happy ending but it opens very tragically uh with the this man named ebeneezer scrooge who was a miserable financier fabulously wealthy but very cruel shuns his own family mistreats his employees and then after being visited by three spirits the ghost of christmas past present and future scrooge comes to see the error of his ways warms to his family and his employees makes bob crashed a partner in his firm and everyone lives happily ever ever after it's a great story and it's a very pure distillation i think of uh of the social gospel which was you know this this idea that one of the.

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"antastic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You're fascinated by mysterious the antastic be unearthly and anticipate children are story of older guy jiang glen play that was swell now let's go to town st louis and where they're bringing in ad man at k the fanatic my heart well it seems like a sacrilege singing a song like that out here beautiful known blue sky what's wrong with our hot song to keep us more if you think that st louis blues is going to theory at this now you ought to hear frank in that either way i think it oh stop it k you're not in plenty at all why can't you enjoy the pressure without that having a sort of thing oh that's an oldfashioned gale a blind how 'bout you at now don't you like my songs either you haven't done anything for the last five minute well i hadn't been listening for you to tell the i love to watch the snow shorter flow along under the play when you say that gale smile gassed you ever seen morris knowing your life the man at the hotel said had been snowing on and off up here two weeks i think coming out here that i countries the best thing we three of done that we started rooming together hugging them if not carefully health in yeah that's what i'm afraid of their healthier i get the worst i feel great today the funniest thing i always say that chaotic ooh allen lew yeah we're here is this is hardly codriver that's right ms go no further down this road gone out of the grip my goodness the brits deeper how can we walk through the my second the motion whereas you young ladies don't have to worry nuns along with you keep going down the valley over there no aimed piled up that way all the way to margin in that marvellous come ongo dotted along a pair of your so come on it listen to the snow talking at a dry now i pete route particle together and meuraksa maker sound kind of ferrying and uh oh i don't know no kinda talked to him i mean if it was angry dr chris pack don't tell me where a path and i don't want any country squire taken any project at my constitutional amendment with rockstar no thank you i don't talk ninth and k we're not yet the thing why this path through the valley here over the mission tankan houses.

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"antastic" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Don't know but today so i mean when it when they brought in cooks brandin cooks and they said he looks antastic how much more crap they need out there you know an arrow adam and goes down but now they have cooks who can who's pretty much caretaker over that roar men he he's in that they already had a dynamic offense and you bring in a guy who is a dynamic playmaker for the said'sure is that nocturnal were what that's the that's the exact same situation we have here with the sean jackson no mike evans to me one it was the premier was super would permit guy like topnotch uh to put the sean jack and opposite him wear you don't cover i don't know because you've got a doublecovered to shark jaksic over the talk of this quiz hill road right by early around the nfl but then so you get a double mike evans osa negative double both were other howard aware where these two tied ads kmered great oj i i don't know how you cover at at adam humpreys in slavia mean you can't cover both accountable cover both it doesn't work and he got a quarterback who is so smart for be twenty three years old that he will find the open receiver i i think james went to could have an incredible users you're the one thing i think jamus does almost at this point as well as anybody else in the league is lengthened plays with his leg would that really with running now he's really good now stepping up into that pocket belly and making that play soon as he gets out that party looking for mike evans immediately because i don't know what they do in the offseason but they always mobile the other one is going to be so you're seeing that a lot and with it all with the addition of additional jackson who when he healthy is.

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"antastic" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"A distributor pick the sat and lowering a hundred star so i not so i wanna know clearly entrepreneurship wasn't something that was like on the radar and it just kind of appeared what were you guys doing what were you guys doing before spread beloved camera on i worked when children and different capacities i am a natural lives fatter i add as the play therapist and i wasn't social worker for and allow antastic and somehow peanut butter came into the equation almond butter yeah we know it's it's healthy it's healthy food that we make so it is spending a lot as well so what is on the horizon for you guys you've got spread the love right now you said you just came out with another product line you guys are getting jam space already so already diversifying yes pretty quickly with the future look like to spend a lie within five years we'd like to be the honest company spreadable foods and pantry foods i basically it you know very high quality product that we can stand behind and i know that jessica alba when he started at the oddest capital she wanted to provide a quality household items are her fatal and i wanted to give a sailor had two young kids that i wanna thank you i want to feed that unlike unless natural and high highquality products so how do you balanced being a mom and being an entrepreneur because those are both too daunting tasks they can be at least they also very very exciting in rewarding yeah how do you figure out how.

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"antastic" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

"What the people i'm interviewing were doing but i don't spend a lot of time preparing i note sounds crazy um but i i want to be surprised by people i do know a lot about them i'm not like stupid but lotta people prepare our views i was just talking to some the other day who had just like a long list and i thought we never going to an interview done if you're just not going into it like a conversation and i remember that movie ma was hit the dinner my dinner with andre it was really struck by that when they just had a conversation on your member that most member antastic movie where i think it was wall sean i kept and blanket on who was but it was a fantastic movie about just a conversation and then where i really this was before i started to interviews where i remember thinking about a lot was the guy who wrote spencer guarded swimming to cambodia um he killed himself it was a sad tragic story this guy but he did a a at a show at the kennedys army huge theater fan enormous the fan and and i wrote a column for the washington post on theater and long time ago and he did a show where he all he did was pulled people out of the audience because he said everybody was interesting it was hit no preparation and he just pick someone and i don't think it was fixed remnant that he just literally pick someone out of the audience interviewed them and just interview them well and it was so riveting because like one like this sky had a brain tumor it is everybody's interesting everyone has a story and i'll never forget spaulding great that's who did and it was he was an actor it was play right and it was in astonishing display to me that everybody's narrative.

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"antastic" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"antastic" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"And this episode episode one sleep and dream of home one of the antastic title and i'll tell you that actually goes further with me then oh fuck i'm invisible because it's not gimmicky and yet i'm already somehow nervous i don't is sleeping dream of homes for neil gamini the results really will die ashley sanders can do this and i'm excited for whatever the sits you never know right i mean these things can turn into his wonderful series or not but she can right and she can write in this format so very well done ashley very well done one last rather note for both ashes script ever white cain scripts which had title hit is on them they left off the word written or written by so traditionally onscreen pleasant health as you will spell out written by his hat they rather just by rather than just your name so do say written by put it on a separate line that sort of the standard format here and it's just it's nice to there's no reason to they could not do that on your title page uh greed till i would also want to celebrate the wonder of steve this is just a very much reading these allowed for us if you have three pages you would like us to take a look at go to john on the sicom three page all written out there and there's a forum you can fill out attach your pdf and it will go into godwin's inbox and he will take a look at it so he picks the ones he things that can be most interesting so not necessarily the best never the worst and we take a look at them every couple of weeks of thinking all through these riders for being so brave to share these with us deed.

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