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"arco" Discussed on Locatora Radio
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"arco" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Finish off your pay. You can't handle the truth. Maybe not maybe fuck yourself. Your kid forgot what we thought here saying. Yes well we're going. We don't need roads. He started happy all walking. The lights. camera arco episode two. I actually think it's two seventy five. I don't know who fucking.
"arco" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala
"You know, the the assistant says hey, it's the year 3000 what ever been to the year 3000 Then so she's like, oh my gosh, I'm you know a thousand years in the future whatever and then she she meets this other guy. She's like, well, what about this? What about that one about that? What about this he goes? Oh that doesn't exist anymore. She goes that's impossible. How does it and then she starts crying. I'm like if I knew it was a if you took me from where I am right now put me a thousand years in the future and I'm I'm in the middle of nowhere and I go up to somebody and I go I'm just trying to get back to a to a marriage. How do I get back to America and America has been gone for three hundred years. I'm going to be like what it's been gone for like a thousand years is a long time things happen. Right? Like everything was an impossible place an impossibility to her, but it's been a thousand years. I mean like a lot happens in a thousand years and everything would just mind-blowing. You know, you're at that you accept the fact that you're a thousand years in the future, but you don't thought that nothing has changed in a thousand, right? Yeah that one and then you start bawling every time you find out something inconvenient has happened and I'm like, why are you making this character like this? I don't know that was goes bap. Have the dialogue there's nothing against the actress. I love the actors. But the way this whole thing was set up. It was just a little ridiculous you could have instead of like show I mean you could show emotion without physically like showing it like kind of like just had the emotion within you see her eyes whatever, you know, like but not her bawling because she wouldn't she wouldn't do that. They wouldn't allow that right in Vulcan. Yeah. No and you have to think logically about stuff, you know, logically that this could happen you're you know, you're a thousand years in the future and then actually the the score on these new Star Trek shows. They're like first off it's so ridiculously loud, you could barely hear the dialogue half the time cuz it just Blends in because the score is not like subtle. It's very much dramatic or you know has like a whole bunch of moving parts to it Dynamic I think is what I'm looking for and how long it just it over it distracts from the scene. You don't have to have music on every scene. It's okay to let you know a ship sound happen without any music or you know what I mean like phone number. Cool it on the music. Jeff Russell pump the brakes on the music anyway, but other than that though, I'm really enjoying where the seasons going off like like you like it and then you're like, I I like it. It's know. I like I like the idea. I liked where they're going with it. They they learned a lot from the past to see where they were screwing stuff up and they're trying to bring a little bit more. Hope basically it's like it's kind of a David and Goliath story, right? It's the the Federation which was a huge massive entity that help keep everything in order and promote Goodwill towards men and yada yada yada. It's now destroyed and there's little fragments of it left in the universe. And and how do you how do you put that back together and help bring ordering off and stuff through all this chaos? That's what I like. Yeah. I will say the best part of that episode one was when when she didn't go to the Starfleet Outpost and met with that guy that that there are whole encounter wage. Whole scene I did get emotional by I will say now that that was good. But everything else was very like whatever know I thought it was good. Anyway, any last words before we we're way over time here, but although we had a lot of a lot of action-packed stuff today you guys heard about my scooter ride my peace with scooter ride get the check in with Julie. We had Jose del Arco, which I thought Eric you had some great questions. Thank you. And then you find out that we gave Star Trek discovery of of nine. Do you think the ad Court know I think that pretty much wraps it up. after the show I don't know. He knows his women in that show. You think you'd watch it to get some sort of like action as life, you know visually, but I guess not. Well, that sucks show. We'll see you next week. This is m z now online at him Z now. Like us on Facebook at facebook.com forward slash..
"arco" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala
"It's going to be like about valid the valley, you know, like what know the valve I'm back in it. So, what did you think I just finished episode to this morning now? We're getting somewhere episode 2. Yeah. I stopped after episode one because episode one was so boring. They had to sit at this whole story. So for those who don't know we're talking about The Vow is an HBO Max bout docu-series about Nexium, which is kind of like if you went to go by Scientology on wish next term is what would come in the mail and I buy a nerdy like El Ron Hubbard was at least kind of like a big guy, you know had this, uh, I don't know energy about and there's like a little pipsqueak nerdy dude that just wants to to bang out. It's really so he has this whole He creates this whole thing the Scientology type thing as as kind of a mask for what's really going on, which is he has a second choice called going on and the background Yeah, well the Forefront was a like a self-help like be the best that you can be, you know. Yeah, and then behind behind it all was a what-do-you-call-it. I'm taking the best of the best women wise and then bringing them back into a secret group within the group and it was branding them which I I just got to the part where they showed the brake and which looks disgusting. By the way. My brand is going to be way better from my sex my gun. I already have a design already hired the best graphic designers. It's going to be fantastic sound like Donald Trump. Yeah. I know brand has ever been better. Are you going to hire Allison Mack design it? Yes. That's the whole reason why I'm even interested in the story is because of Allison Mack I have had a crush name is Matt from you know small really from it was Honey We Shrunk Ourselves. She was the daughter in that. Oh she was yeah. Oh the third one the one that just went straight to VHS. I think. Yeah, but she The daughter and that and then she was on Smallville and I've always thought she's super hot and for all these years have been trying to get her on the show. And you know, all that little did I know she was tied up with Nexium this whole time we were trying to get her on the show and I always had this fantasy we say tied up. Yeah. She she was getting branded. You can't just be free to move when you're getting branded. I thought she was I don't know if she got brand. I think she was the one doing The Branding. Yeah. She was she was like the the recruiter. Yeah, cuz he she was like, so what he did was he would be brainwashed toilet. Well, okay. I mean, it's already been like I know news I know he's talking about and I I did watch the first episode of this and it was rough right when it was like you just woke up and give me get me to the sex slave part pretty much we know all this other so you don't have to tell us how to organize it wouldn't file the LLC and they you know, they they did this they didn't that they filed their tap. I don't care about all that job. It right to the sex life part. So yeah episode to you started getting into that and so Allison Mack was like the recruiter. She was bringing in girls for this this cult. And yeah, I always had this fantasy. I would have her on the show one day, you know on the phone or whatever and I would do such a great job that she would fall in love with me little did. I know that that could have very well been true had I just had this crazy cult. Hey, yeah, you go to pick it out girls that will get branded for me. Yeah. Absolutely. I actually I'm doing that in my current job right now. Perfect off your high already. You already have someone for that position to yeah. She goes by the name of Satan. Oh, yeah. That's right. That's a that's a recruiter right there. That is a recruiter wage. See your Jolene Maxwell. Why don't like to associate with Jeffrey Epstein so no, but she's my Allison Mack. I've always thought about creating a cult that just so long. And just as a joke to see who had signed up for it. Like, you know Alf is the we get our teachings from Alf the alien from Melmac, you know, or something like that and then at the same time I could use that should cover. Yeah, I give you that as a cover for my my sex cold like all cults. It's like if you did then I get too deep into it. Yeah, they're all sects Cults home. I just presented as something else most of the time I'm scared that I do this whole cult thing and then I I start believing the teachings of alpha male Mac and then I just I buy into it because it's so true and that was going to say next thing. You know, I'm Dave crash. I would probably say I would say you more like knowing all at all of it and then getting bored and wanting to leave but now you can't because you have so many followers are you you're trying to escape at this point. Yeah, I'm from and then they make a documentary about me escaping Melmac compound Melmac trying to get a stop eating cats. Yeah. That's that's how we got our nourishment from cats dead. That's how we survive because cats are survivors. See I'm already starting to think about it and believe it already Clark had a health scare this week. We don't know anything about he's been teasing it all week. I've been in the same thing with Clarke this week. And so now I'm starting to get worried about what I should be expecting to see on my my results. So I went to expect I expect you up to and so like last Sunday after I got done recording I had felt a little sick and you looked really bad to well. That's just that's just the net and the nature of things lately month. So I had like this by just the thing where it was heartburn and I took a heartburn pill that my sister had his prescription not the heart burn out but I still had pressure in my chest. Yeah, and every time I sat down it was hard for me to breathe and I was like what the hell is going on here? So me one get on WebMD this week. We were all in the same room together while he is having all these issues so if he had coded wage, Now exposed so well, we'll get that later. Oh, there's more. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I haven't even gotten to the scary part. So I started having my name's these chest pains and I I go to I go to work on Monday and I have to pass a health screening, but when I get to work, I'm all nauseous and I have chest pains and hard for me to breathe. I couldn't pass my health screening. So what it means I sort of go to work you have to this is a daily thing for you guys. Yes every day. I have to I have to fill out questions that have I been near someone that's acceptable Bose. Am I experiencing these systems or have I been tested for covid-19 and take your time mature? They can still but they don't need to because of the screening process the screening process though is on the honor System though, so you don't worry and you got the form you're like did you do this? And you just say no, I'm pretty much is they're not taking your typical we can still take the temperature. Okay, if but if you're still just trying to work and you feel good knowing you may have covid-19..
Stuart Stevens was an uncompromising Republican until Donald Trump
"Stuart. Stevens, thank you so much for coming on the PODCAST. Great. Longtime fan first time caller. Will thank you. You know you sent me a DM on twitter asking. For me to to read your latest book and where could you where could you send it and I thought if Stuart Stevens is sending me a message about a book he's written I probably need to read it. The name of the book is it was all a lie and I am so glad I, read it because in some ways it was. It was Cathartic for me to read because you know it's so secret. I'm a Democrat will little left of center and always these suspicions about the Republican Party. But you as a creature, the Republican Party someone who helps set up the Republican Party to hear you. Just. Sort of. What's the right? What's the right word to describe? What you do in this book before we dive right in. Look I. started. On the quested ended with this book asking myself how is trump could happen? and. You know kind of the old saying that your high high-scoring English if you can't ride that, you don't really understand it. So for me, it really began is a very personal quest You know two, thousand, sixteen, a lot of people were wrong about Donald trump it's hard to find anybody was more wrong than me. I didn't think he'd win the primary win the general and I realized in retrospect a lot because I didn't want to believe it. And then I went through this period after his elected, a lot of my friends did like Donald Trump is it really the Republican Party? But I don't really see how you sustain that. if part of the realities of what trump is brought to us as a death of truth. I think being truthful is all the more important. And it on one of the things that really drew me to the Republican. Party. Was the concept of personal responsibility. which now we've become the ultimate victims. Party. So for me I just kind nutty idea that if I believed in, I turn responsibility, it should be the first one of responsibility. I. Didn't want to write. You know the trope of books in DC of if only they'd listen to me. I couldn't write that because they did listen to me. I couldn't sort of like going them. So that's that's what led me to write the book I think it's a combination of a Mayor Copeland of your. That is the word I was looking for, and I couldn't find it was it was may Copa on on page thirty, six at the end of a gets the first chapter. Is a paragraph that I think encapsulates what you were just saying but also the premise of the book you write, how do you abandon deeply held beliefs about character personal responsibility, foreign policy, and the national debt in a matter of months you don't the obvious answer is those beliefs weren't deeply held in the end the Republican Party rallied behind Donald. Trump. Because if that was the deal needed to regain power, what was the problem because it had always been about power the rest, the principles, the values, it was all a lie. that. Is when I read that I underlined it practically ripping up the paper and underlying underlining it because that's what I've been seeing and has taken my breath away about the Republican, Party in the age of trump. All of these things I grew up hearing and learning from Republicans have been completely junked. You're right. We were wrong. I. It's I don't think we've really seen a collapse of a political party A. The way the Republican Party's collapsed in modern American history and probably not American history. To me, the Republican Party doesn't exist political party now exists cartel. WHY DOES IT Exist? It exists to be Democrats. That's not a political theory. It's just a marketing principle. It's like asking OPEC with the higher good of OPEC. Sell oil what an Arco. Darker curtail say what are you guys really trying to do tried to sell dope man and you know what's the Republican Party is trying to beat Democrats. and. To know. Tower to no purpose I think other than power
Former IBM CEO weighs in on TikTok deal
"Dance to find a way to restructure Tic Tacs. U. S operations or face US shutdown is looming with Secretary Venusian, saying it has to be resolved by this weekend, and reports are that Oracle is the partner trying to get that deal done. Welcome. Now, someone who is no stranger to doing big tech deals with Chinese Sam Palmisano was for many years. IBM is President Seo, including when the company's sold. It's PC business. So long go back in 2005. We welcome now back to Bloomberg. Great to have you here, Sam. So I say you've actually been through this process. Give us what you learned from that process that Oracle maybe facing right now. Well, thank you, Devon. Thank you for having me. I mean the process itself. Let me just frame it on the sense that we had a period time What they were better relations relations between the two countries. I mean, China, the United States and China was also in a different phase of their growth strategy, and they were still inclined to create global businesses that could be held in China that could expand Beyond their domestic market, so the circumstances were quite different than they are today. Having said that it's an extremely complicated process is run by Treasury. That's a fair process. They make a recommendation to the president states for approval. But normally at least in our case in the process, it becomes political. In that case, then, basically because we were signed an asset that we believe was just going to be commoditized. It was not a lot of technical differentiation and a PC as you see today, but fundamentally of the various parties on the hill got engaged, and it made it complicated, which meant we had to go through a second review, which prolonged everything, which puts the deal in jeopardy issue. They say time kills deals, but fundamentally, we hung in there and we got approval from both governments would perceive it. It's clear and nothing else is clear. It's clear that whatever Tic Tac has is not commoditized, use your word. Whether it's the algorithms being used, or the date of the personal data, which seemed to be the real center piece of the concern of national security, and therefore this deal is more complicated. How you really protect those data. Is that the big sticking point as far as you can tell I think it isyou know, I really do think it's It's a combination of the algorithms and the personal data on the the amount of the personal data and that's called the uses of the personal data now, their solutions that could be having been shutting people down those sorts of things, and I really do think that There's a pragmatic solution on the table that perhaps both governments could approve. That would at least take one issue off the temple in the U. S China relations and Let me explain what I mean by that, the current what I read anyway. Like you. We only know it's been reported, is that bike dance would maintain majority share of Tic Tac, but they would create a global entity that would be held the United States. Mark will be a technology partner and provide that infrastructure e clown except which makes sense for article on maybe by doing this sort of thing. If you can solve the issues around personal data and the uses of personal data, protect people's privacy that could be resolved. But you still the government approval on both sides and the Chinese also have the equivalent of devious In their in their processes. Well, yeah, it's clear that the Chinese have really a dog in this fight without a doubt. But is it possible from your experience to really for the US government to really be assured that those personal data cannot go back to the Chinese government is I think that was the thing that we're concerned about, right? Well, absolutely, And basically, you know the complicated thing here. We don't have any details. Let's start with the structure itself. The majority owner being bike dances. It's obviously a Chinese company. What's the government's model? Who's on the board of that house? Did any operate? They have passive investor, right you on and on and on, is in a financial deal. There's an operation if it's an operational deal, because we're complicated now as faras protecting the day that exists if it's all housed in the United States. It's somewhat easier, but nonetheless, I mean information's gonna be flying across the world, So you're always gonna run the risk of any us any nation or really any happier being able to get into that kind of an infrastructure. Now, having said that? I mean, I think a partner like Arco or an IBM enterprise tech companies have a lot of experience of protecting data. They do this for themselves and for large enterprises. Probably a better partner than let's say, your traditional consumer tech company might be able to provide. Well, that's exactly my question, because I don't think of oracles being a consumer facing tech business. Unlike a Microsoft or unlike a Google or a Facebook, why does this make sense strategically for Oracle? Oh, I think it actually thie take about clouds in the emerging architecture for computing in the future are co is way behind as it is, I'd be having made the other traditional enterprise players and leaders as we all know where Amazon and catching up his Microsoft, so to them. It gives them I think an entry point with a very large social media company into the infrastructure. I think we'll give them credibility and cloud and a moving into the future. So from that perspective to teach me that makes a heck of a lot of sense. They're going to be a minority investor. It's almost like an outsourcing deal and in the sense that you operate people's assets for them. But you acquired his assets and the acquisition is access will be equity get only is buy bread, so I don't have any insight to that. So you know they'll make an investment. They'll get the outsourcing of the infrastructure that would be House United States. And that will create jobs. I don't know if it's 25,000 or not. I mean, you're the reason why 25,000 to me. Sounds like a large numbers. Because Facebook is bigas. They are only has 75,000 employees. And finally, Sam. What if, In fact, it does not get approved if in the end President Trump says, I don't like this. What does that mean? Maybe for Oracle, but more importantly, for bike dance. Well, I think at the end of the day, I mean, well, they shut them down. I don't know, You know, I mean, I think quite honestly there ways to solve these problems are national security concerns concerns. I can understand that it's really the bigger issue is protecting protecting people's personal information. In fact, the matter is that David that you go all that information's already been hacked. I mean, I know everybody forgets about the OPM Hack and the IRS hack well that there's a ton of personal information's already been hacked his eyes over the world. I assume in China's well there's tons of personal information are ready on the Internet everyday based upon people's user. Behavior and what they do on the Internet. So I mean, I do think it's necessary and it companies need to protect people's privacy in the data, But I'm not sure that this deal represents what's necessary to solve that problem. Fascinating. Thank you so much salmon. Nobody. I'd rather talk to about this than you. That's former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano. More
Weglot - Make your Website Multilingual in Minutes
"Today I'm going. Be covering a really awesome toll. We Lot W. E. E. G. L. O. T.. And we lot allows you to make your website or websites multi-lingual in minutes, so I had to try it out whenever I whenever I got on their side of had to try it out on the podcast website, and they were not lying. It actually took me about four minutes to allow visitors to toggle between English and Spanish. So what I love about legal is that integrates with whatever. Whatever tech you're using and USE UNSTUCK DOT com for my podcast website, so there wasn't a direct integration, and you know it's still only took me a few minutes integrate i. just had the copy. They gave me like a snippet of the code there and had a copy and paste html header tag so like I said took me four minutes maximum before actually saw it and use And we bought solves many issues that startups in companies face so from a marketing perspective it allows you to easily reach other demographics and an example. Perfect example of this actually saw this morning is a tweet from India. Hackers about how someone doubled their growth by translating their product into different languages. This person they. They had said that struggling to grow. They're trying to enroll channels They were like okay. Let's translate and they literally doubled their growth by translating their product in different languages. So that just goes to show like. If you have a product or you want more traffic on your website, the trend translating it may be the way to go. And then from a developer perspective, they don't have to translate the entire website so. And it's also like not tying you to. To the developer, so at a previous certify work that we hired someone, just translate everything in the Japanese so. was, for cryptocurrencies startup right and it took I. think it took about three months and you know it costs us a few thousand dollars to pay this person to do our website blogs all that stuff, and why would i? Why would someone do this one net? Why would you hire someone whenever you can do it instantly with we got? It's a no brainer so and after speaking with the guys that we got. It is very clear that they focused on the on boarding journey right minimizing the required time to actually see the main value of the product killed. They did a great job, and they really made sure users can translate their website in less than five minutes signing up so whenever I got on and I did it. And I copy and paste each authors test button there. Oppressed test took maybe a minute and thirty seconds, and then it said yet it's good to go, and then I went on my website in right there in the bottom right hand corner was the button and I clicked on it, and I made my website in Spanish so though I cannot speak Spanish It's really cool, so and I actually have ten point. Four percent of my website traffic over the last couple of months has been from Spain, so it was great to see. And add a Spanish translation to my website so I'm I can be more appealing to the Spanish native speakers. So they really did a great job there and we got is used by fifty thousand websites all over the world small businesses, big names, but the main use cases include ECOMMERCE stores marketing. Websites internal Web APPs, and really anything that you want you know I did it for a podcast website, so if you WANNA see the actual product action, check out my website at no code podcast Arco and you'll you know you'll see it there in the bottom right hand corner English you just click on that and needed to Spanish. And that's another thing. They did really well. Is that button in the bottom right hand corner? Like I didn't customize it at all, and they did a really good job of making sure that you know you can see it, but it's also not a nuisance. It's very aesthetic and it. It's not something where you see it and you're like. Oh, I. Don't want that on my website. You know it's they did a really good job of of doing that. In a way that allow people to still have a really acidic and that small button not removed from that,
"arco" Discussed on The Adventure Zone
"And of all of the people that we cohabitate with. I think we know. Who's the best to get something like that done? But I don't know how much you've been paying attention argo sneaks out at night very frequently. He does not talk very much about the classes he takes. I know he is a a rogue by nature and so there is a certain amount of that to be expected from him but I there is something very big and strange happening and there is also something strange happening with our friend Article Keen. I don't know if we can bring him in on this. Do Char me bribes. You must charter me as well. I don't know if he's doing whatever he's doing under the influence of some sort of magical domination bro. You solve this with me you know did. I am not to be fully trusted. A master trust you with my life. It's what it's what happens to you. Occasionally that I don't trust I don't know that I can say the same for Arco and I don't necessarily know how to get there so I think at least for right now. It would behoove us to stay quiet at least until we can protect ourselves from whatever is doing this to students at the school..
"arco" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast
"Hey remember that thing. The Moon Landing Jazz trapper keepers manners. Alf Sunny D. Yeah I remember those things all right for this week we are talking about Arco arena another Sacramento favourite another iconic stadium. That is no longer with us. Yeah no matter what I mean they tell me that the new ones called golden one by just call them all argo even when it changed the sleep train. It's just Arco to me. I always refer to it. As Power Balance Pavilion. That was my favorite terrible. And you're not very powerful so I'm GonNa say that's not right but let's go ahead and get in and dad you the only one of those three because neither of us were born. Did you go to the original ARCO ARENA? Yeah you sure did in nineteen eighty six. When Reggie theus that? He became the coach play. There I mean was playing. There is up here Interviewing for some jobs went to the game and it was really nice now. Not only that so. That was like a temporary stadium whether ability our go because yeah they moved in eighty five. It was like my high school stadium. I mean it was very personal but it was cool because you know it was really super loud and well the cool thing to probably about it was it was new. You're in a new city. The crowds just probably going nuts. Even though I don't think we were that good actually. That team wasn't too bad either. I remember like the baby blue short shorts of Reggie. Theus all those guys. I was worried that you were say. That's what you wore to the game. I'm glad it was on Reggie. Now also you also in that state and you also worked in that stadium. Yeah after they moved to the ARCO Arena Bat Old Arco Arena became a business complex and I worked for the money store there for a couple years remember. We drove by on the way back from a kings game and I was like. Why is there so many street lights? Parking lot is like Oh yeah. That's old Arco like what you would never know. I was thinking to myself. That's a lot of employees parking for that business. All right all right dad now Arco Arena. Memory what was the favorite game that you went to see because of you. That didn't know we had. Our family had two season tickets for almost ten years there at the ARCO Arena. What was a fair game you went to? I'd they had been game seven kings. I the Lakers. I mean we that year we were the second best team in the NBA and we were jettisoned. Its away from beating the Lakers. I mean Game Six. Coulda DID IT DOWN IN L. A. And then up there took them all the way to the over time and they had. Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant and we were like David Against Goliath. You know we were always this awesome game now. We went to a lot of games but we look back at those stats that game. You're talking about the Kings. Were Two of twenty three. That's ridiculous and they still made it to overtime. How crazy how close. Hopefully one day kings get back there. Yeah I think. The fans helped kept him. In that game it was so loud. The decibel level was like a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Ravin THEIR INS in the whole way. And when you look down on the court I swear you could see what the waves of the everyone yellen. It was like you could see the air movement. It was just. It was just the craziest so it was historic and we haven't even got close to that since then so now's Akkad. I went to quite a few games together but ZAC. What's your favorite memory of when we would go to games? Besides you dominating the whole thing and Nachos not share those are my Nachos. You picked pizza. My my favorite memory is when when we will. We would yell either way but when we had the lower level tickets which was later on once they became available. You and I would yell as loud as we could. Whenever there was a quiet moment in the game towards the bench to that they would try to bring in jerold walls. You gotTa Bring Joe Wallis. Said you'll be the saddest thing when we lost him to. What was it the bobcats doubt in the mask? Those one of the best mascots. I think we've probably ever had. Maybe the best mascot ever originals Lampson. I think the cool thing to about those tickets is they'd always drop. I don't know if you remember this dad. They'd always drop the thunder sticks. You get a bang those behind because we were behind the hoop. Yeah that was pretty cool thing all right dad one other game that you would mom went to then. Let's go to probably because you paid for the tickets was the first game ever for Lebron James. Now tell us a little bit about that game and did you know that. Lebron was going to be one of the best ever. Well I'll tell you what he dominated when he when he had the when he had the ball he could he would just come down and take one or two dribbles over half court and jump up and do a jump shot over everybody swish it for three points or if they tried to come out on him he just dribble right around and dunk Amman. I mean he was just so he was just so much better than all the other guys you could just tell he's going to be a star. I think my favorite play from that game is he has the wide open fastbreak dunk but he stops any. Throws the ball back to Ricky Davis who just like the big windmill dunk. It's like an iconic play from his first game. Well that's the cool thing about. Lebron is a lot of people. Say He gives up the big moments but at that age to have that much court awareness. Were I came average? You can go and probably do like a nine eighty or something. Dunk it but you're going to give it the old bear navis. I think that's pretty cool. Ricky Davis Baron and the guy was only what nineteen because he came out of high school and if that was his first was neat team he was eighteen. So here's an eighteen year old guy running down like the toughest man in the history of the world one dribble across half court jump shot over. Everybody Bom he could hit it from anywhere. Yeah Lebron he's good now. What's your favorite food? I know you're not too adventurous when we would go to the ARCO Arena. But what was your favorite food. Their Dad and Zach. I just get the biggest beer I could. And the biggest thing of popcorn was my. That was my Go-to 'cause I usually ate at del Taco on the way there or your favorite Taco ever Jim boy yeah. I think that I would think I would always get NACHOS. That was my Go-to and that's like your nacho liquid cheese and chips and then some you get some Jalapenos in the Nacho cheese and it was simple but it was great you put it on. A hug catch fish. My thing was the old personal pizza. I think it was round table or maybe square table. I don't know which one it was but also when we were upstairs when we were up by clap which we'll talk about in a minute we're right by the old garlic fries and we'd venture over those and one other thing I remember is the Diet. Coke just always seemed better there. I don't know what it was is probably because it was like forty eight dollars new enjoy better enjoy realize no ice day and don't spill a spill any of it. It's a buck worth now. There is a lot of things that happen at Arco Arena. Because that was really the only place in town for things to happen. What was your favorite non kings game memory there at our arena for me. It would have been. I went to a lot of different concerts and stuff but we went mom and I to see Eric Clapton and Eric Clapton is such A. I mean. He's such an expert guitar player and musician but I mean it was like He. He's a super. He's a superstar. Shot the share of did not shoot deputy but that guy could play guitar like nobody's business cocaine and Layla. Oh my gosh that guy just hit after. Hit that guy. What was your favorite? I think it was one we went to wrestling. And we got to see sting come down from the rafters because Argos an old school steam that has like the actual rafters at the top. There's only a few of those left where you can do that now. I have a lot of different ones. We actually played. There is a middle schooler a sellout crowd. There's like seventeen or eighteen people there but everyone got sick courtside which was pretty cool and one thing. I always remember is my best buddy Jordan. He was a ball boy for the Sacramento Knights. Kinda like he was for our basketball team in elementary school middle school. So I remember going to a lot of Sacramento Knights Games Zach. Tell us about clapping and signed guy. One of these people signed guy is like a staple of our arena. If you've been to enough kings games back in the day. He make these custom signs that he was hitting the top deck in the front row and he put him over the plexiglas. They're during like timeouts and stuff Now the signs. They didn't always make sense. He would try to rhyme it or something but he was like the worst poet in the history of the world. It's pretty pretty accurate. And then he he had a dispute with ARCO ARENA. Like he thought he was a staple of the stadium like try to get free tickets out of them and then they just like didn't renew his tickets. Now have signed. Girl sits like the same SPA. It's like a spin off. It's like boy meets world now. What is it girl meets boy? Or that's basically where we're sitting at. Now we went to a lot of events at Arco but dad tell them where we parked we parked in one spot. Always we pulled. We did a poll through where all I had to do is take sharp left and then. I'm out of the parking lot and down towards the freeway. So we're never in traffic now spivey's we don't move very quick but when that final Buzzer Bluey kings games. I think dad you might be the fastest Fast Walker I've ever met in my life also another thing that we did as we were walking now no matter meters me and mom or whoever went between the four of us is as we're walking out it'd be so packed on the Concourse Dad. Todd is the mood like we're cattle. So everyone's quiet walking out and all of a sudden a random move. That's another memory. I have old Arco Arena. A would have another memory of walking out dad and I went to the game. We did our possession math into the game. Without the king's we're going to loose they were down like eight with thirty seconds left or something. We'll get in the car and turn on the Radio. And they cut it to. And we're like no they're still gonNA lose and we started driving away and the game goes to overtime. We were too far to come back to grab. Would they even let you back in at that point? I don't know that they would. They ended up losing in overtime. So I don't feel bad about as you know that's why I remember. During that time there was one time we did the same thing. Mom and I. It went into double overtime. We got home and watch the end of the game. That's one thing about spivey's if you notice we're really good losers. We always stay no matter what the end of the game. I think. That's all we have on our Korean Zakar Dad. Do you have anything else that we didn't talk about cloudy. Oh Yeah don't don't dismiss the cloudy so there was a gentleman. We we sat up stairs to twenty two to twenty row K. And think sixteen. Seventeen something like that. I'll seats so there's this this mom this son and there's a the sun is clapping. He was the one of the best he would dance. They'd put signs up. That say stopped when we were on Defense. And all these different things but clapping. He was a staple ARCO Arena. His name was not clapping back because he's always cloud else. Refer to him as clapping except us. Well Bursar fake name so it lasts forever and the last Kings Game Maman high or watching Jerry Reynolds and I had a clap e signing citing he came right there and I pause even have it on my phone I showed you. It was like eleven o'clock at night or some. You're sending this clap your.
Kent police search for shooter involved in road rage incident
"Leeson Kantor's to looking for the person who shot a man after a road rage incident the injured man called nine one one around seven thirty Monday morning from an area near the arco gas station on eighty fourth Avenue postures phantom bleeding from a gunshot wound to his leg the shooter already left right now detectives will only say it was some kind of altercation which ended in several shots being fired the injured man is recovering at Harborview Medical
Not All Hydropower Is Climate Considerate
"Solar wind hydropower. These renewable energy sources are all much better for the climate than fossil fuels right well yes for wind solar but it turns out that the picture for hydropower power is more complicated than we think. A new study by the Environmental Defense Fund analyzed the climate impacts of one thousand five hundred hydropower facilities disabilities across the globe. That accounts for about half of hydropower generation worldwide the researchers looked at whether facility behaves as greenhouse. US guests sink or as a source to figure this out. The invested all the different components that help determine hydropower facilities greenhouse gas emissions. There's so many factors that contribute to greenhouse gas emissions from hydropower but essentially the majority of greenhouse gas emissions arise from the reservoir itself as vegetation and soils are submerged under water in the dam that is used for the hydropower generation Elissa Arco a senior climate scientists at the Environmental Defense Fund and Co author of the study as submerged vegetation decays it releases methane missing or co two the larger the surface area of the reservoir the more greenhouse gases that are going to be emitted from that reservoir. You're also the temperature plays a role as well how warm the reservoir is will affect how much greenhouse gases are produced and emitted from the reservoir through their analysis on her co author. Steven Hamburg also with Environmental Defense Fund Fund discovered that the climate impacts of hydropower. Run the gamut the good news. Is that some facilities perform just as well as wind and solar but shockingly rocking Lee more than one hundred facilities are actually worse for the climate than fossil fuels the studies in the Journal. Environmental Science and technology does cleaning. Doesn't mean we should forget about hydropower. But we just need to be careful to make sure that we have climate benefits. There are a lot of situations where hydropower our can be on par with wind and solar. So it really depends on the accessibility.
Dr. Anthony Gustin's New Book on Ketosis
"You guys. We have a huge tree. Today in the treat is a bunch of mature. You're of my book that came out today. Answers which you can build on Amazon right Chris Yeah so Can you answer live today. Were super excited about it. It's something we've been working on so almost a year now. Since we started working well I started putting it together a year to two and a half years ago I started compiling all this stuff then and so maybe maybe before we cranking. Maybe they'll background on the process. Ituna so yeah man yeah a couple of years ago two years ago. I I was a wrote a lot of the content initially just kind of cobbled together through conversation to how it patients questions. I was getting online information that I knew was sort of controversial controversial or just a lot of questions about then like okay. There needs to be just like somebody put a definitive opinions on us because even though there's a lot of basic KITA genetic books or people are talking about. Here's what Kito says. Here's a grocery list. Here's a thousand recipes in the back of the book yeah. There's they're out there. They're great. They're necessary but after fifteen of these like the same information was being put up but I was still getting all the same questions a lot of nuance huge diet sort of confusing people really definitive opinions on it whether they're doctors or scientists or just plain recipe bloggers whatever in no-one's right no one's wrong law these cases is he's like some of this stuff like we obviously agree in a lot and it's because we sort of look at the science. I look at testimonials and there's enough people are responding to things second and then sort of formulate an opinion after that sort of conclusive answer to a lot of the questions that we get you ran the information for a long time for another Kito websites brushing onboard after came aboard the choppy draft of a book and the Katie. I don't know what the hell to do with this place answering all that stuff so basically reformulated to like what what was sort of a standard book in the first place that sort of read front to back needs to be edited and so it was kind of a a shitty rough draft but you know had had a lot of bones there you went through and talked about okay what is out there now for. Keita books like what information people have. What what problem are we trying to solve and the biggest thing was that we I mean of no mainstream right now? Get like ten messages day people asking me all these questions that I think thank you know either. I'm answering repeatedly. We've covered in podcast before we've written articles about. We have done videos about it etc but it wasn't like one definitive place where a lot of this stuff was put with the references with research behind it and so Krista and then we started working together and he flipped out a lot of things on there. I especially like a lot of research. I understand it but I'm not really great like on the spot like you are. Oh study about this or whatever it's like you put in a lot of the research. Go back a lot of stuff up. I wasn't wrong too many things which was which was great having you here but then sort of format it in a way that's really non-conventional for a book so took it and you can still read it front to back and so when you open it up and you go through it reads tobacco like a like a lot of other books out there but it's sort of unique in the way where we split this into instead of just chapter headings like fifteen twenty chapters instead we split it into tuners questions nations and so instead of just saying hey here's for example. It's like you know what is this and then we give you an answer later in the book. It's like what we well. You know how many carbs or can I do. Kita while breastfeeding what happens ahead of weight loss plateau and we answer all these things so we put all those questions in back in the index so that way you can flip to the index and go okay. What what am I struggling with. Questions are half the breaking down by topic so each topic sort of the chapter against they'll re through the bathrooms. You can still do that way but you can go to each question. If you want that page in understand your answer is sort of like if you're just asking me or crests stuff on instagram with a lot of people the already yeah yeah and I think the goal to is that we wanted to be different with this book differ from what a lot is available out there. I mean talk about how you know. It's either seems like it's either either recipe book. When it comes to Kito or it's an information book that is a little bit too scientific too hard to understand and a little bit too hard to navigate to find what you're looking four and we wanted to put this book together in a format where people can read this book Fronta back and you could be somebody who's completely novice and know nothing about the q. Jack die read it from front to back and learn everything that you need to know or you can be somebody that's just like. Hey I am looking starts Kito Diet. I've heard about it but I have a lot of questions. I'm sick of searching the Internet in having to go to multiple different websites to find the information and then see even have to wonder if it's credible or not so here we just put everything in one place so that you can just search for your answers answers and find them and I think it's going to be this format just going to be really applicable to people you know. You don't have to be somebody that has to understand how to read research to to get through this. You know we've taken the information from the research. We've taken information from working with clients that we've worked with in the past and stuff we've experimented with on ourselves and we've put all this information in this book to make it easy to understand so. I think this format is going to be something. That's going to resonate a lot more people so we're really excited to get your feedback on it. We hope we hope that we hope itself. Oh for that's the goal yeah and also just to be clear one thing that we haven't really put a lot of emphasis to you in the marketing materials around this book is that we are not taking being a dollar from this book. We're reinvesting everything back into content back into product development. That's like that's like we want. This community thrived before when I keep answering questions. We're not doing this as a way to make money and we're doing this just because we thought it needed to exist and yeah. There's there's no like personal gain that we're getting from this. Everything is going back into investing into groins community yeah. I think that brings up a good point for why we really even talked about making this resource when we first started it's about a year ago. Oh you brought this project to me and started talking to me about in a boat in Thailand. We were yeah. I won't forget it. We were sitting on a boat in Thailand in I was living in Tampa at the time I'm still and I just started working for perfect. Kito and Anthony just said you know you. WanNa have been working on. This book really wanted to get a finished. You WanNa come on and help. Writers like you can just move out to Austin and we can sit down. We can chat a buy one get working on finishing it and then I moved out like a month later it to Austin and we started working on it and now about a month later. It's it's coming out nearly a year to the day yeah. I think it was late September. I think it was right. which is crazy yeah yeah yeah? I mean we did it in a pretty short period of time a lot of work yeah. It has yeah the first four months of it. the first four months of ratings book doc were a little intense in towards the end of last year and beginning of this year. 'cause you know because when we sat down we start talking about writing it. We were like we wanna make a resource. At first it was like we want to make this resource for our our customers people who are buying perfect products so they can you know better know how to all the Diet in conjunction with these products because we want people to get the most out of this. Kiddo die and that comes from. I'm not just taking the products but also following the Diet. We haven't had conversations about like. Should we just split this blog arco do videos about how are we. GonNa use. Ah Someone who gave you the manuscript was like eighty thousand words and like that a little more. We'll ask when you ended it. Oh yeah yeah so then. We decided like you know what they're no books like this out there. We need to chop it up. He's at Washington islands of AH the Gulf Thailand we were in by. We're like okay so we just did that. Christopher add thirty thousand words do it was one hundred and ten thousand words and yet it's long two hundred and four pages of of tax but it's not that it's two hundred sixty eight questions questions hundred four pages so you know roughly two pages per answer.
"arco" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"So yeah this I love this favourite corner was recently warned the Human Rights Campaign Barack Obama how'd that feel powerful speech by Jonathan del Arco on equality taking the road less traveled and demanding to be seen how does that it does that feel. I kinda cried a little when I when I saw it. I mean I had campaign for him. I know we're Obama. Surrogate like all the hot people were voting when my access the they were so terrific that campaign you know they and not all I can say they're not. They're not all equal in this what I call Star fuckers you know in the hottest smartest most amazing. Obama surrogates there in Washington and we were all treated equally as my point star. I was like lead a AH procedural yeah and care. We're all together like we're a team of artists that we're knocking on doors and were included in in in the family and they're just a class act. Mamas are just sucked yeah so she'll cry now. Cry Class Act. Let's let's go through through that. Because how do you path is so interesting so hey you were born in the country. I can't pronounce exactly what do I. I heard the speech going. Fuck that up tomorrow night okay did they call it a gay too because it's so from me to you put gas in but so you New York City. This is so amazing graduating from high school. You got an torch song trilogy. Aja like right away. I was a hustler. I was out there. I had my I started wanted to be an actor around sixteen. Yeah and my parents were very they're like do whatever you want so I would take the train into the city to study and then I would. I would try to go see Broadway shows when I could afford it find a cheap ticket and I saw torch song. I saw Brighton Beach Memoirs which were the two roles and had shows that rolls for me and so I would go to the box office and drop off my head shot and just like random got an audition for it and got the job and do Harvey firestone coming in your dressing. Oh my God harvey so funny and he used to come in and say hey. Hey Kid you gay yet. We like not funny out yet. Noah's now so I hear I was touring with this amazing gay playing and we were having these sold out houses people would like the gay community in Philadelphia bought out the entire theater and showered us with rose. I mean it was over the top like major drag. Queen Win Situation Rupaul situation of very elaborate a very elaborately and I was still not out because I was well frankly. I was scared because AIDS just coming out. Is this when you were with the boyfriend that had all right. I was with them right after okay. Yeah I was literally out of high school when I did Torch Song because you had this success and then you were back waiting tables right right away. Wow Yeah so okay. That's The New York though that happens all the time Yup yeah he no no I know but then so when that's when Chad Griffin called you up and ask you to work on an environmental campaign Sunday my friend Robredo so that was like I I was in. La At that I came to La after after Broadway and after Eddie past and had good success for about five years and gones had had a good body of work and then it dried up and I had literally three dollars left in my bank account and I got the job Chad but so where did that come from like where did political. It's crazy to play with Anna deavere Smith about the American presidency and I became. I got bit by the bug I was like. This is like as much fun what is being an actress yeah politics all all her work is interviewed. Bay So yeah we're working with like interviews with all these political people and so that was like my experience was having. Anna's is play and I saw I ran into her at Lawrence partying. I said literally I've worked with. I've done about three different projects with her. She's amazing yeah so that's how I met Chad and he I think he hired me on my interview skills. I was like I've never done this before but I really want to. I worked with Anna who just didn't Rob's movie and they hired me and I was great at it and so I kept doing Morgan more campaigns with them so you did then you five political camps got sucked into this whole Sutton Activism Yup so so then you talk about how that got you more so than did you out again. Because I know yeah I came out. I was like yeah shave my legs. I'M GONNA play transsexual on NIP and Tuck totally. I was at that point in my personal. Life was my strength right. I was born in the political aspect of that yeah then I didn't really care what people in the industry thought about me being looking or a lead or any of that shit you know I just Barnaby an actor and so I shared my legs and played Safia Lopez interestingly enough. I could not do now because you know there's a whole movement of actors not playing trance right which is fair. I think that makes accents so I got a chance to do that. You are on the Sopranos then. Did you get wacked. No I was a bad ass priest actually yeah. I actually gave them Shit Yeah. Oh ooh that was a tough priest fantastic. I Yeah I love that you said you weren't wasn't a character in Star Trek and now you're the really on the closer right. I'm Jay Corner near very corner gay like a computer guy where you just like move. Nobody else knows that they're doing but me a totally no time no oh time for straight and competence. Dr Morales was like the role and just like. Can we please get it together cleaning when you're explaining circuit parties to them Yeah Okay Yeah Yeah. My favorite line was my first line on that on the closer where Cura comes in then there's the old man on the table on the Gurney and she said well what he di- of in case. I don't know maybe he looked into the mere thought why bother the guy's gay got clearly. This is the section where we talk of our love for Mary McDonald. She did happy hour so major crimes obviously spin off of the closer but she she's just wonderful. Is He's amazing. This is an actress as a human. She's a deep deep person. You know there's a lot this is so much in her heart you know yeah and she puts it in her work which is just amazing and all her work charity worker acting work Yeah Yup and like most people we had an embarrassing beginning because I sat next to hurt Francis Fishers play and I was an actress to beautiful right like the hair. No it's actually it doesn't look like a normal human like an idiot. I was like Oh are you an actress to prince this too and then I suddenly like You're dance with wolves passion fish and then. I just started like fish like Toronto just blurting out like Academy Award nomination it was amazing movie Alpha Woodward Amazing ordered you call it where she's not from Uruguay aw she might be but so in addition to acting. You're not just a gay activist. Your environmental activists civil rights activist so is that where that started the environmental part with the Rob Reiner and that whole campaign with Chad or I we had there was a a plot of land a huge swath of hills up in right Let's let's Burkina's up there that they wanted to develop in Virginia heinous they wanted to develop into a community and there were all kinds of environmental the mental effects it would have happened for it and we took on a big bank and had we won. That state bought the land. It's now open space. Can you regulations or as because you know more opportunity for Fire Amazon. slow-burning people think we can go backward on this. Many issues not just climate gay rights every single thing I mean there's an Obama surrogate. It's what an amazing time. What what an amazing you know the hopeful time and you just think this backlash is worse than even an I thought it was going to be about. I kept saying during the campaign as bad as you think it's going to be. It's going to be worse. Even I could not have imagined this whole shit show crazy yeah. I feel like massive. Nelson's is a play you know yeah I think like when you come trying to like not not be motionless allies like how doing it right and like there were a lot of elements like I feel like those rallies repeats words over and over again and that's actually the the basics of hypnosis yeah different each of the same thing I mean. It's the same that's why he did. He ties them gum and of course if base interests and then there's based interest interest yeah gut instinct on about the other about sort of exact horrible immigrants and right Blah Blah right but you told me that that's one that actually won the tweets that you read on the air was you you talked about your family coming here as immigrants and needing assistance when we were on welfare and we are on food stamps and I think we were a great investment. You were super good Hold please. I feel the need to testify about flexitime again. You know why because it is the most of all of my products really yeah yes the thieves. Everybody's plex derm hiking. We have a flex during party yeah well. Why don't we fill your swimming. The the benefit of having an actual love life like other sexy liberals bright like Francis Afr- Angela and Jody Hamilton and right proud resister. I don't even have a partner and yet my my plex. It earned gets from me. I put your name on. 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"arco" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"The happy happy hour after activist Jonathan Del Arco is here. I'm so were to start him so excited. Okay first of all we just all accidentally did a rainbow themes yeah because I watched your. Hr See speech he won the Human Rights Campaign Visibility Award your speech President Obama tweeted about about your speech and how great it was so awesome cried and I didn't even know you yet thank you. That was really scared to do that. Speech where are you. You seemed so I I was scared because sharing personal things is is hard you know but okay so we just say first of all there is like six degrees of Stephanie Miller beloved so you you know my God. We know we know we're. We're practically married in some countries in Uruguay of why we've definitely would be. I knew I was going to mispronounce that. Say it again right yeah okay. Did you know that won't say it. Is You know that you can legally get gay married high and euthanize them one day which man do as a good day yeah. It's GonNa end it. All you might as well get gay married high cocktail. That's in my future futures but so are you first of all you're good friends with our good friends. Chad Griffin and Rob Reiner. We'll get all of this but one degree of separation Mary McDonald from marry are- The closer it has done the happy Tim`rous Star Trek nerd like you has done a happy hour as he even sends comedy bits not to make.
Crowdsourced archaeology shows how humans have influenced Earth for thousands of years
"You might have heard of what some people referred to as the anther seen seen the recent interval and time where humans have been altering the environment in a profound way but our early ancestors talking thousands of years ago were also so transforming the world around them. I'm megan campbell. I'm here to talk with earl ellis about his research published in science this week where he and his team at the arco glow project used used archaeology to assess how early humans transformed the world with land use. Thanks so much for joining mural mega. How exactly were early humans means transforming the world around them. We're talking about the first transformation of landscapes both by hunter gatherers using fire and social hunting that <hes> caused the extinction of mega-fauna and other major ecological changes so that's the very earliest and the other major focus of course is the dawn of agriculture in the beginning of off widespread deforestation tillage of soils the growing of crops livestock and all these transformative effect on earth. What exactly is the time period where in early humans started noticeably transforming the world around them while the earliest emergence is around the end of the last ice age so a little more than ten thousand thousand years ago but just in a few places. Your team wanted to aggregate all this archaeological knowledge from that time period to the industrial revolution. How did you go about it. The goal was to capture the expertise of archaeologists which is very very deep in time and has a very robust understanding any of the material record of human transformations of environments but usually archaeologists are working more locally so our goal was to engage this very deep expertise in understanding long-term human transformation of environments at a global scale and we did that more or less by what popular popularly be called a crowdsourcing approach so we we asked more than one thousand three hundred archaeologists we had identified as having expertise with this <hes> and about two hundred and fifty of them responded through our questionnaire that gave a detailed account of each region of the world and detailed account of how landed changed over the past ten thousand years. What kind of questions were on this survey what we started off with questions about levels of of knowledge how how many excavations had been done in a region and what was their level of expertise in that region and the different times so we're really looking at first i we interviewed about one hundred gatherers and then we went to different forms of agriculture. Is this approach different from past attempts to reconstruct land usage usage prior to present. Yes it's the first time that archaeological expertise across the whole community archaeologists or at least the community that we could reach it has been pulled together in a standardized way to produce data that is shared and ready to use by her scientists. What did you data suggested just about trends of land use over the past thousand years very simply. Put the trends that were observed. Were a much earlier onset of intensive agriculture. The is typically represented in the models that are used to represent land use in the earth system models that are used for climate change and the other land use that was interesting is that we i saw the decline of the hunter gatherer usa land which is unsurprising but it was interesting to see quantified over time when we think about yemen transformation of the earth another important concept. Is this idea that it's not all at once all at one time everywhere it's kind of a gradual acceleration and coming together refusals from around the world. Why do you think this is that those past models didn't have show as intense transformation of the land. There's been a bias among under scientists only looking at the more recent data. There's been a narrative that the anthrocene represents an industrial revolution activity. This is not actually actually something that emerged from data. It's is just a paradigm. We tried to look deeper than the other reason that scientists haven't been able to incorporate. This deeper understanding of land use change is that it's ever been presented in a form that they can use you know a lot of our scientists aren't familiar with that earlier history. Some of our co authors are are scientists who are working with these models. They will incorporate this knowledge to improve the accuracy of their early onset of human transformation transformation of the earth lies important to have a better model for this. There's two obvious examples. One is with climate change modeling. It makes a huge difference in the predictions of even contemporary climate models when you have much earlier changes in say forest cover and the tillage of soils and irrigation all these things affect predictions even a future climate the other one that i am more active in is understanding biodiversity patterns ecologists have tended to research it an area as if it didn't have a very deep history of human occupation. There's a saying for this the pristine in myth that a lot of people participate in they go and look at a landscape. There's no people there right at this moment so it must be a wild pattern but the deeper history of land use enables is people understand that a lot of the patterns of biodiversity that we think of as natural or pristine are actually been managed in modified by human societies thousands sounds of years
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Understanding Australian Indigenous Astronomy
"Right. This week we focus on the ARCO astronomy of another part of the world, this time from the indigenous people of. Another group of people whose lives depended on knowing what was happening in the sky from season to season are Pamela got a big continent. Here of what is the evidence of archaic astronomy from the continent of Australia. Well, what's kind of cool with a stray Elliot's? It's not so much ARCHE of strana me as it's modern anthropology that allows us to look, Pat back on sixty five thousand years of history with, with the aboriginal tribes of gelia were looking at a couple hundred different language groups. We are looking at a continent that has been peopled for sixty five thousand years, that hasn't undergone the same kinds of destruction that civilizations here in north and South America. Underwent? And so as. As we talk with the people who are there today, we can hear into days oral tradition evidence of Frincis, a meteor impact that was thousands of years ago, a supernova that was thousands of years ago, and we still they still pay attention to these stories. This is still part of how they live their lives and why they do and don't go certain places, and it's, it's really amazing culture, and they look at space in such a different way instead of having four seasons. Many of the different nations of Australia, Mark out six different seasons of the year that are marked out with when different of the constellations rise on the horizon, some constellations Mark out, this is when you should go and gather the eggs, this is when. These animals can be expected to be breeding, the dingoes for instance, it's different. And we've both had the opportunity now to be in Australia. I was there almost a year ago, thanks to Dylan O'Donnell and, and his, his got to speak at his conference star stuff. And then we got Carlin, I went on a road trip north from there into the, the jungle part of stralia north of Brisbane, and it was like the skies. There are just there stunning like it's, it's not surprising that anyone who, who lived there. With out light pollution and saw that sky. And it is, it's a Canadian we have dark skies as well here, and I've seen plenty of Milky Way. But the core of the Milky Way is down by the horizon. We see a little bit of it over the summer when the when we get to see Sagittarius and Scorpio and some of those constellations than the rest of the year. It's, it's, it's fine. It's fine. But, but there it is just right. Overhead it blazes, the planets moved through it, right. Overhead. There's like Ayman, if you have seen dark skies, you have not seen Australian dark skies. They are next level. They absolutely have the best view. The people in the southern hemisphere have the best view. Yes. To the core of the Milky Way that we just can't experience from from the north and like the peoples of South, America, and southern Africa. They include in how. How they Mark out the sky's the dark paths through the Milky Way. There is a tradition of seeing an emus spread out across the Milky Way were the coal shack nebula that super dark patch. I saw. Yeah. Societas once pointed out to you see it. And that that's only one of the stories, another one of the stories that are particularly love related to the Milky Way is they see the Milky Way as a dark river, through the sky. And it's the, the souls of men and women who have passed on to the heavens, that have their fires along that, that river and in some of their traditions when they see a shooting star, that is the soul of someone who died far from home returning. The home. It's cool stories. Yeah, I love I love that idea. What was it? There was a animation that came to a couple of years ago, but anyways idea of putting floating lanterns on like on a river and then letting them go and letting them all float downriver. You get this. They do that in, in Japan and China place like that. But it's, it's a very cool effect. So what are now you mentioned a couple of real big hitters. Supernova. Meteorite impact give me some more information. So, so I think the two really awesome things to come out of aboriginal astronomy is how they look at their crater covered lands, and actually maintain a history of. Yeah, these holes of the ground are actually craters, as, as well as their tradition of supernova. So let's start with the craters Australia is, is one of the oldest landmasses it has thirty confirmed craters that are well-structured. You look at them from an airplane, and you're, like, yes, that is a crater and the thing that really gets me is. They knew that these things in the ground were formed from things falling from the sky. In one case, the hen, very crater about four thousand two hundred years ago, a large nickel iron space rock hit central ustralia. And when it came down about one hundred and forty five kilometers south of siding, springs, it carved out a bunch of individual different craters. And when westerners I started visiting that land, and they had an aboriginal guide with them. The guide was like, no, we don't go there. That is the land that was formed when fire fell from the sky and, and right. They have a modern day tradition of fire fell from the sky. And formed this land, and that's oral tradition. That goes back four thousand two hundred years. There are many other craters across a stray Elliot that that they look at. And the various people know this was a crater here. Wolf creek craters is another one of these that is recognizes having fallen in this case when a star fell from the sky. 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Motoweek - Qatar MotoGP Test Review!
"But he was also complaining again that he was struggling with the front end of the bike. And that was the same thing that played Cal last season talked about the front tire getting overheated and traffic his consistent. Issue was with the front of that bike. And this goes back to what we were talking about with Honda's a whole that something that affects Marc Marquez a little bit ends up being a much bigger problem for all of the non Marc Marquez riders out there. So there definitely is work to do. And the great thing for how to for Cal is if they're working on it, and they come up with some sort of solution to make things better. They only have to get like fifty percent of the way there in terms of making it perfect for Cal. And it probably will be perfect at that point for Mark. So that's one of the examples of how having that very experienced rotter on a current year bike that's not afraid to and is willing to once voices opinion. Then that helps them overall because. Yeah, maybe they're a little bit behind in that department the start the season because Cal was her Mark was her Lorenzo was hurt. Everybody was hurt. But they'll be able to make up that ground more quickly than some of the other teams because they've got the experiences. Someone like Cal crutch slow pushing. Car from behind and it helps Mark in front in the process now getting back to Cal for a second do not expect because of the injury because of the time off because of the development problems don't expect the kind of start two thousand nineteen like Cal had in two thousand eighteen skim. Take him a little bit longer. S- probably going to be a slow start for Honda all around except from art Marquez. But eventually he'll get back to where he was in the last night. I want to talk about before we do winners and losers all the way down in nineteen th place near the bottom of the chart Yoahan's ARCO, and he is not as much as I want him to. He is not making the type of progress either. He or the team won now courting to everybody involved. They thought they had something they could work with in the first couple of days, and then they lost the handle and then Zarko crashed and messed up the bike, and they had to rebuild it. And then in the end, I mentioned this earlier they went back to the one thing that I thought they should avoid at all costs in this test. They started swapping out Amiri departs, hoping the find some magic Lorenzo gas tank like combination for Johann, but I'll tell you. I mean, I get why they did it especially if they wrecked the bike. They're gonna put it back together. Anyway, you know, put some stuff on there. But it's too late in the game for that. They've run out of time. And now they have no choice but to finish their preseason development in season. And I'm sure it's disappointment because ARCO couldn't match his teammates pace. And like I said a bit earlier he hasn't looked like that number one rider. They were out to get when they signed him. And so they've got a lot of work to do. Now. The good news for Zarco is the poll seems to feel better. And better each time. He gets on the bike, and that could be important because remember the one thing those two riders have in common is that they both road tech three Auma Hawes, and they both pull his head to make that transition that Zarco is making now. So you know with. A little bit of advice. If Zarco is willing to take it who knows everybody's got a big ego. But if Johan is willing to take some advice from pole that might help smooth over the process and the things that a spa grow fines that are making the bike better for Spago may make the bike better for Zarko as well. But I don't know one hundred percent because I don't know if they really agree on writing philosophy or on how they like the bike set-up.
"arco" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"Moving into my dream home. Love it. You're living at your Walkin example of what's possible. If you have the desire to more questions that we're going to close with. This is kind of like a bonus question if you will. So when Joe transitions from this world, what would you like to be known us. First and foremost, an amazing father, an amazing partner and someone who tried his best to help as many people as possible. Gray. And the next question is if you had an opportunity to go to have dinner or lunch with somebody, maybe they've transitioned from this world, maybe they're still here on this planet, who would that person be? And why? Definitely my grandfather who passed away when I was in high school, bring him with my grandmother, so we can talk just hours hours and hours and hours of conversation about, I wish I was old enough to know more about his life and historian and do what we're doing right now. How he became who he became and what she did and and how do my grandmother to share the experience. Amazing. Thanks for sharing that by the way bad. Lastly, how can people find Joe ARCO? Are you on your obviously on social media and the ever website with he? Man? I'm actually hard not to find you just go to Google type. Joe ARCO, there's there's only two in the world and actually found another guy in the states who's also door. Can we talk on social media, which is hilarious. That's so cool because that guy actually has the Instagram handle Joe ARCO. So I'm Joe underscore, ARCO Instagram, Joe, underscore ARCO on Facebook, Georgia, one, Georgia dot com is my website that has all my stuff on there as well. Just go Google j. o. e. a. r. k. o. and you will find me pretty easily. Okay. And I, I just wanted to end with this. I think that the turning point for me was six months ago when we had to chat and you kind of code me out on my shit, so to speak. And I know that it's going to be a lot of people that are maybe in the fitness industry the I'll maybe stock they fit as not growing. They're going backwards very similar to where I was. They would need to do is reach out to you send you an Email can reach out to you on Instagram because I already feel that. Will you provide what you Sarah provide in the marketplace is is a really, really big deal on a feel that there's so much competition out there with so many other trainers that I feel that east China's that need to number one get out of their own and seek advice. Sika, mentor co, someone like yourself, someone like Sarah, that could got him along the white, very similar to what you did for jasmine tonight. So if somebody's listening right now and maybe stock, maybe they, they gone for a lot of adverse. Maybe they had their own gym and it's going to close because an upbringing enough business. Maybe they have gone through a ton of trials and tribulations, whatever the case may be if they had five minutes with you, Joe, what would you say to them? I've listened also, I would listen, I and see where they're at what they're doing, whether this is the right field for them want their mistakes are. I think the best coaches the best listeners I. So instead of me saying, here's what you need to do, I would just listen to see where they're at, where they wanna be what they're currently doing and then formulate a plan from their amazing. Awesome. Joe, thank you so much foot being on the persistence factor. This has been a crazy Cooper spoken for another hour because this I was just engaged and intrigued what you were saying to so many gills aways DM on other people that are listening and they get some phenomenal ideas and some concepts that I could start implementing their life again from from jasmine and I from the bottom of a hot. We appreciate you for everything you've done for us and what you're doing for the fitness community in terms of your profits and and mentorship program..
"arco" Discussed on The Point Of It All
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2018 NFL draft -- the latest
"Espn radio sportscenter down the home stretch of the nfl draft the patriots traded up down and all around the eventually get a quarterback knowing tom brady will be forty one soon round danny at link of lsu big arm not so accurate the patriots four quarterbacks with giant strapped tile aleta richmond dallas took mike white of eastern kentucky tennessee got washington station luke flock seattle central florida linebacker chicane griffin couple of moves from dallas cowboys pick up alabama running back hoe scarborough and in a trade cowboys get receiver tiv on austin from the la rams game seven tonight celtics blocks in boston analyst kim's arco will call.