35 Burst results for "Ariza"
Most Intriguing Trade Deadline Teams with Bobby Marks
"To the low post podcast on a friday morning where we are six days away from the trade deadline but some trades of already happened. People are acting early. Miami acquired trevor ariza and the bucks made a very interesting move to acquire. Pj tucker but there's much left to do even on boring trade deadline's are never actually boring. Lots of stuff happens to help. Us preview are insider are cap expert former longtime nets executive. The one and only bobby marks how are you. I'm good zach. How're you. And i already had my usually about a week out from the trade. I start having nightmares in the middle of the night. And i did my first nightmare last night. That woke me up about four o'clock that A fictitional trade of paul george in kyle lowry to the nets for curry irving and i woke up thinking like how in the heck is at work cap wise but the person in my dream that i talked to said. Hey don't worry about it. Works and i was like check my phone right off. The bat at four thirty in that did not happen. That is that is really sad. I had a dream last night. That four of my friends in their families were quarantining at a former. I hop that still had all the i hop like syrup and technology to be a functioning and they were having lots of pancakes in great meals and i wanted to go visit them. This is what. I was dreaming about six days before the train then. I woke up very hungry. Bunny dream will probably more likely to happen than cholera. Paul george and brooklyn possibly. What did it before we start. What did you think of the bucks acquiring j. tucker in a deal of of minor draft assets. I would say yeah. I mean it was creative. I thought that you know the milwaukee because it hard cap and based on the picks going in that drew holiday trade really had limited options to go out and do it but they go under the milwaukee goes under the Luxury tax gives them flexibility on a hard cap houston from their front office with the draft. Picks i don't think it would have been able to do it if They didn't have that two thousand twenty second from the hardened trade. That was the box. Essentially that they got from jarrett for From cleveland jared allen. But i had never really seen a team basically swapping a first for a second and then tr trade back that two thousand twenty second and you move back a year in the draft so it was creative from from both sides. And you'll see what brand. Pj tucker we get in milwaukee because he has not been. He hasn't been great this year at all and is it just the level of interest of a houston team that has taken on major water. And do we get to see the pj tucker from the previous years. But it gives milwaukee a lot of different options as far as lineups that they can. They can roll out there with him.
Dick Hoyt, Boston Marathon Icon, Dead At 80
"Dick Hoyt passed away in 13 years. And again anybody who grew I grew up on the marathon route. This is every time that they would go by as the most inspiring moment of the race for anybody who doesn't know thirty two Americans with his son Rick who was a quadriplegic born with Cerebral Palsy and he ran it. He ran the marathon 32 times. They did three Iron Man's he ran one marriage with his son and two hours and forty minutes pushing the chair. The last one they did was 2014. This was obviously one of the like the massive highlights of any Boston Marathon in anybody if you were here it one of the things have been SpongeBob. Me to run the marathon. It's just and dick hard passed away today at the age of eighty so and inspiring story, you know, a true athlete terrific father and a million different things there and in just a piece of Boston if you grew up here that this is something that like this meant a lot. So this one shook me a little this is one of those where you feel it today. So this is what I wanted to give a quick shout-out to to the Heights and Dick Hoyt and anybody who ever, you know experience that, you know, you know how special that was. that that that happened to that
The Celtics's Defense Stunned by Lowly the Cavaliers
"Think quite a few of their problems stem from that slow start. So Marcus Smart had to end up taking most of the response offensive responsibilities throughout this one and you know, we often see how that goes. It got them back into it a little bit late, but it wasn't a recipe for success and I thought once you get behind on the offensive end you lose some of that defensive intensity. So both their issues on both sides before we tend to each other specifically for smart who I thought was so bad defensively in this one getting torched by those guards who can be great on some nights. I think those guys have potential sexton in Garland, but the same thing. Massive for you there that I don't see a little word or you know high-level guards for either of those guys their quality guards. They're inefficient. They shoot in the low 40s. They're 30% 3-point shooters that sometimes they can go off from that aspect, but the defense wasn't good enough tonight and a large part of it was because They were Jack and so many shots. They weren't moving offensively. They're missing a ton of shots. So they've given feed out for Cleveland again on transition and as they've done all season they gave up points in the paint a flash in the pan looked
Bell close to Elliott on Road Courses
"Nascar cup series road course racing from the infield at daytona and this thing was amazing and we have another first time winner. Christopher bell crosses the line i picks up his very first career cup series win and number twenty car and he's essentially now locked into the playoffs as well as the all star race at texas to win my first race center. Of course is you know. I didn't expect that to happen now. And i've always had a tremendous amount of respect for the guys that are racing because it's a showcases talent artists especially just surreal to be as competitive as we were. Today i felt like delegates kind of. We're pretty well there. So that was really cool. Chases the benchmark for racing at the moment. And i feel like we're we're both my group is close. Say we're i mean my group might receive my arm honestly able to stay home and the myself for doing that because it's hard to do and especially at a record sri have so many heavy braking zones and ariza plenty of opportunities to make a mistake. But that i would. I would say that this was do my first julia bowl winner. Ride been in that position so many times and i was anxious nervous and then just focusing on it so that it was. It was definitely there but i was thinking that i was able to often mistake
Bell Wins at Wild Daytona Road Course
"That's car cup series road course racing from daytona. This thing was packed with actual. Let's run them down. Five to one rack is lousy kurt busch denny hamlin number. Three and joy lagana led ten laps in this thing but he just couldn't hold off the winner to victory lane. Christopher bell picks up his very first career cup series win as number twenty car. Crosses the stripe. I that's how winning works. He is essentially now locked into the playoffs and the all star race at texas ariza plenty of opportunities to make a mistake. But i would. I would say that this was equal to a you know my my first goal winter ride the i've been in opposition so many times and i was nervous and just focusing on march so that it was it was definitely there but i was thankful that i was able to go up not make mistakes
Pilot 'disorientation' likely caused Kobe Bryant crash
"Board concludes the probable cause of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others was pilot error. It starts with a decision by pilot Ariza buy in to violate his training, says the board. Continue flying by visual flight rules into weather conditions that required instruments, which is NTSB member Thomas Chapman explains, which resulted in the pilots, spatial disorientation and loss of control so by and thought he was asked, sending when he was actually descending. Because also includes the company island Express helicopters, inadequate review and oversight of its safety management processes. Among the board's recommendations, helicopters be equipped with safety management systems, which assess risk. Jim Roper. KBC NEWS, Northern California Parents and
NTSB: Pilot Likely Became Disoriented By Clouds In Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash In Los Angeles County
"Safety investigators say the pilot of Kobe Bryant's helicopter flew through the clouds and a violation of federal standards and likely became disoriented. National Transportation Safety Board says pilot Ariza billion was flying under visual flight rules meaning he needed to see where he was going. In that helicopter crash back in January, 2020 that piece of aircraft rather did not have a black box recording device, but it was not required to have one in the NTSB is now considering changing that particular regulation for
Book Talk with Amy
"Let's kick off. Because i know we got a lot to cover because as i said last time. Amy is a voracious reader. Actually read a lot. yes yes You know for most of our marriage. I pretty much only in the top of him. He's four headed on up because the rest of it is buried in books. Yes no hyperbole here. None whatsoever so it's nice to see your face. Thank you so like. I said it. So we've got about an eight show playing and let started off amy. We were talking a couple of weeks ago About ways to encourage ourselves in these in these times but those of you who are just tuning in the last two episodes we talked about spiritual strength for dark days and part of that was of course reading good christian works biographies missionary biographies other books christians as we started to talk about that you started to talk about some of your favorite books right. I was starting to talk about one of my all time. Favourite devotional and that's when i was interrupted and said wait a minute. Hold that thought. There's ariza podcast idea exactly. That's what happens these days you know. We'll hold on wait. There's a podcast in this. Exactly most of you probably know. 'cause i know. Anthony mentioned it that he is an insomniac a lot of times so he tends to come up with these ideas In the middle of the night. And i hear about them as soon as i get up in the morning. So exactly so amy. What do you have forced today. How do you want to start off. Do you wanna talk about. Do you want to go by genre of book or do you want to talk about some of your favorite authors. Let's go by genre. Because then i think it'll. It'll blend into the rest of the books. Now mind you. This is not an exhaustive. List of books I usually i usually have about two nonfiction books. One or two nonfiction books that i read and usually one novel That i'm reading at any given time. So i have read a lot of books and that's just who i am but i think what i wanted to first start out with ian about. I'm really only going to talk about two devotional specifically that have really impacted me. And then i've gone over and used more than once but there is a warning to this. There was a time when i was definitely reading. More devotional probably early in my my christian walk that i was reading more devotional from popular authors popular christian women authors solid at the time couple of not so solid anymore but i found myself focusing more on those devotional than i was in reading scripture in the morning so i would find myself. Maybe how i only have time to read this devotional. I'm going to do this then. I'll skip the reading. 'cause i'm busy. I gotta get ready for work. I've got to get out the door. And i honestly couldn't tell you when us back when people did get out the door yes exactly. Yeah that was that was before a permanent remote work. So i don't know where in my walk i don't know if it was discussions that you and i had probably over time as we discuss things but i realized that i was doing too much devotional not enough scripture and net many devotional. That are out. There are not. Christ centered They're all about. How do i feel better. How do i make my life easier. How do i. How do i be a better wife better worker. There's a certain amount. That's okay with that but because it's too easy to get knocked off the track. I personally have just made a conscious effort that i don't re- devotional unless it's really very scripture-based very christ forest so my absolute number one Devotional is what's called streams in the desert. Some of you may have heard of this. You'll usually see it on the shelf as streams in the desert by mrs charles e cowman. It's actually lettie cowman The wife of charles cowman but back in the day in the early thirties i think when this was published It was common for women who did publish to go by their misses. And they're they're married name. What's fascinating about. The cowans is that they were missionaries to in japan from one thousand nine hundred nineteen seventeen and i didn't know this until after the fact. Actually i got my first copy of streams in the desert from you You founded in a thrift store and gave it to me for christmas
FDA panel approves Covid vaccine in US
"Good evening we start with that breaking news from an independent. Fda advisory panel of experts late today giving its endorsement for emergency. Use a pfizer as covid vaccine here in the united states their recommendation. Now in the hands of the fda itself which could give its go-ahead any day now that would allow the start of an ambitious mass vaccination effort just as the country reels from loss of over three thousand people in a single day from the virus. Let's begin tonight with tom castillo. The virtual vote came after eight hours so back and forth on efficacy and safety and outside advisory panel of experts charged with giving the fda unbiased and unfiltered analysis of pfizer's covid vaccine the american public demand and deserve comprehensive and independent review of the data. Now the fda will decide whether to follow the uk and canada. In green-lighting the vaccine for emergency use. That decision could come within days or even hours. Fda commissioner hahn on we've shrunk in a process that normally takes months into one. That's taken weeks. And i have a one hundred percents confidence in them. And i believe the american people should as well wants. The fda approves operation warp speed will move into high gear thousands of ups and fedex trucks and planes mobilized nationwide the faa giving priority clearance to air cargo shipments. In the first week visor plans to ship. Roughly two point nine million doses each state's allocation based on his population with bigger states. Getting the most california receiving three hundred twenty seven. Thousand initial doses. Medium-size states like maryland. Minnesota about fifty thousand small estates and wyoming about five thousand initially across the country. Frontline medical workers will go first at the university of wisconsin mid center in madison. Their training to vaccinate the first two thousand staffers in the er icu and kobe. Units identified as group. One a you're talking about. Physicians advanced practice providers nurse practitioners and physician assistants respiratory therapists. Nursing assistants are registered nurses. That population has the highest touch points with the kobe. Positive patients already shipping one hundred fifty million kits that include syringes and p for starting the injection process all right. Tom joins us now. Tom some members of this advisory committee did raise issues some concern about those people on the uk who had some sort of an allergic reaction concern about that and some members want more research into the effect on sixteen and seventeen year olds also pregnant women that want to see how they fare with the vaccine. All right tom as you heard those frontline healthcare workers will be among the first to receive the vaccine once it gets final approval and an unprecedented distribution effort kicks in gabe. Beauty ariza's with some of them in michigan tonight in kalamazoo michigan just a few miles from this visor. Plant this staff at w. Med is preparing these ultra-cold freezers for some of the first doses of the vaccine. You're essentially one of the first parts of the supply chain yet. This is very cutting edge to be able to be one of those first people that potentially could get. That vaccine is is something extraordinary extraordinary because it feels like something out of the movies we expected vaccine rates and rollouts of vaccines and studies to take food or five years and the best of situations. This is six to nine months. This is like star trek. This is amazingly fast. Some healthcare workers have told us they feel some guilt taking vaccine i but they know they need it to better care for their patients. The medical community hoping to show anyone skeptical. The vaccine that it's safe is this the beginning of the end of the pandemic. I sure would like to hope so. Let's go ahead and take a deep breath for me. For dr eliza erskine the hardest part of treating cove is not always those infected. It's their families. I had one patient. I took care of icu that her son came to visit every day. It was glass doors there so he could come stand in the hallway and stare at her and he would come every evening in just watches. Mom for an hour. And it's heartbreaking here in michigan. This huge pfizer plant is at the ready at the. Fda approved some hospitals across the country are preparing to get their first vaccine doses. As early as monday
Trump continues Pentagon shake-up, gives loyalists key roles
"Now in the twilight of his presidency. President trump is reshuffling his national security team tonight current and former. Us military and intelligence officials are telling our richard angle. It's dangerous and could help america's adversaries ariza richards report days before he was pushed out as defense secretary. Mark casper told the military times. He expected to be replaced by a real. Yes man and then. God help us monday. President trump upped four loyalist to key pentagon positions. The moves give president trump still commander in chief more freedom to act especially overseas esperer posed pulling all. Us troops from afghanistan and syria. Both may now be on the cards. I think there are two prongs to this action. One is simple. Vengeance and the other is opening operational flexibility for international operations that he feels could benefit him politically. It's not just the pentagon former intelligence officials tell nbc news. Cia director gina. Haskell may be the next to go has pull has resisted releasing classified documents as former. Cia officials tell nbc. They worry president trump and his allies may cherry pick intelligence cushing false claims. Democrats lied about the russia investigation and are cheating now. Presidential transitions are an especially dangerous. Time when the. Us is always vulnerable. In the aftermath of the september eleventh attacks the nine eleven commission report said the chaos of the two thousand transition cause delays to be avoided in the future but this transition could be even riskier.
"ariza" Discussed on Talking Lion
"And I was like, oh. My God like it was not like you're not gonna be able to play. It was like you're not gonna be able to move your hand normally. Solely Kinda out to like go home at the same time produce one handed a lot of shit. and kind of like I mean it's it's the thing where I kinda like before quarantine head, I've already kind of like having to deal with the fact that my life drastically changed in that sense. Are you are you better not like Can you use your hand? I can use my hand it's completely different. I definitely can't play the way I used to. I don't have the same stamina that I had. It's still very limited. You know like if you if you compare both like. But you know. I, mean, it's the thing where it's like I've I've. Taken all that. And channeled until like making. Should you know? and. Again I think you're the kind of person you almost even like taught us this this concept like you you not only work hard but you are smart and somebody who works hard and smart. It's just like three times more stuff done. So you know even though you you're up against this limitation I, don't imagine it's limiting you because your just finding other ways like. Channeling your your energy and your creativity and and whatnot. Well, in a lot of ways I feel like that's sort of what's like paving way for me to decide what I wanna do you know because before it was like odd like should I tour? Should I go? Should I get out there? Should I do other shit now it's the thing where it's like okay. Fine is gonNA produce. One is GonNa one is going to sit in his desk for like nineteen hours a day. Seventeen hours a day in make shit and like. Decide the that that's the thing in like do the artistry to have it a a car business card you right that's what it is. That's what it boils down to. If it's a thing where like the other thing kind of like starts like becoming a thing in itself. Cool. Awesome. Great. But the plan of it is just to have have have a presentation you know in in also being able to stretch and not having anyone tell me what I can or can't do, and also of kind of like exercising the best it's working hardened were working smart in China like I love to get into random shit like I love video editing Out I your videos are solid like I. Love. You put the googly eyes on the people and ride. It's so they're silly I have fun. You know just try to have fun with Adan like now it's almost like veering into like getting into animation unit on DIY animation like trying to like find out some like see how I can streamline my process and Kinda. Get A vibe. You know we'll. Kind of speaking on your artistry and this sort of new chapter for you I think one of your most potent collaborations with me at hope who we gotTa Song last, we just did a an episode as well. West I. Don't know if you knew this, but she was like literally like my first friend at Berkeley. I heard him we. Two guys. Yeah. We toured together, which is so funny because like you. Know know that we knew her like Riley. Really right like. When you first started working on my oh, my God, this is like super small world..
PRO TALK with Rob Delaney
"What about your, own house. Can you tell me a little bit about it? And do you have any lingering building science problems you're either you know ignoring or happily ignoring. The Cave of ideas. I built my house when I was twenty five. On my own business for few years at this point, and just you still live in it. Oh absolutely yeah, so my wife and I had bought twenty five acres angrier, still dating. We've been together. Seventeen. And you know there's always. What had happened was Yom Irish, so I got in a fight with our landlord on a Thursday night, and I was digging footings for New House on Friday morning. Not GonNa stay there anymore. We decided that we would just build up. A Small House on property on Shop Foundation, so I build a thirty by thirty four. The original tiny house. And then somewhere else on the property at Sunday we build our dream house and you know. Turn this into a shop. which is you know I was going to have a heated shot foundation? You mean a slab on grade or a? It's got four foot walls under a, but it is, it's it's a slab inside a four foot walls so i. mean it's it's. It's not. It's above or below frost line, but it's you know I. I didn't know you should insulate slabs back then, and I didn't know. Can Lights were all the rage back in two thousand? Twenty or thirty of those in the house, and where we're going to put the the Ductwork Oh, let's just throw it up in the attic and we don't need insulated duct work as we're GONNA cover insulation. there. I I have fixed what I can fix long. You know I mean we didn't use the. Vent vents and through the roof, and so I I six when I can sex along the way You know the other stuff you just learn to live with you know the fans dump outside now and you know we've done smears the only enough there and we've got appropriate levels of insulation and being on a slab. It's naturally a pretty tight house. Anyway signed my blower doors. Maybe twelve hundred or something, and we've added onto it since as there's you know, it's now sixteen forty square feet, you know. We had three kids in it and. As, just say long live there and then boy. We're having kids faster than we're getting towards dream house you know. It's it's it's terrific house at. Its. If, I were to build it when I was thirty five probably would have been the style house building then, which would been this monstrous cat up? Way Too much as way too much rough, it's. Pretty simple. Rans just works day in and day out. You Know Pretty Forgiving Assembly on everything. You know it's it's tough to be. What would you do if you were? To move and build your own house tomorrow, what assemblies would you use for walls and roof? I think it's tough. To not want to do the double wall. Cellulose. Yeah, you know it's. Simply. There's nothing creek about your building walls like you build walls, your dense packing like a dense pack. You know it's just. Yeah. They're still. You gotta get every detail. Right? No matter how you do it, but. You know in. Our our! Training Center. Remember. Bill rose a group of they're they're the ones that Jonah debunked? Then at addicts working, you know. I'm ninety nine percent shares rose, did just a ton of different assemblies, and on different buildings, all over the University of Illinois campus and found out like. It it is what it is yeah. Battles but Yeah, I mean. So, you know I would. I've thought about how to build homes. To Megan this time as possible, one hundred different ways from like, maybe you build on your exterior walls, and then you set your trusses and you drywall the ceiling tape it many comeback and build argument, so you got this Arab Ariza's run. On broken through the whole house to you know just getting up there and. Air Sealing today lights. I really enjoy a lot of the passive home stuff and just. Off Steam Basis, do
Breathe in Peace
"How're you doing? I'm Mary Medically and I. Welcome you back to our series. We're exploring this week. which is all about stress breakthroughs? This has to do with those moments in your life especially these days. When, you feel put on this side. With the kind of stress, you may be experiencing. I don't know about you, but since the Corona Virus I've noticed that people just aren't quite themselves. In fact. I've noticed that people really lash out quite a bit these days. We see that with protests, but we also see it in interpersonal relationships as well. A couple of weeks ago, someone had invited me to be interviewed on their podcast. So I agreed and on the day of the podcast. I was there waiting for the link so that we could. Join together so I could be interviewed. And I never received the link. And it was six minutes after. The time we were supposed to be meeting. I received a text message. Saying. How this person had been waiting for me, it had been only six minutes, and that I could consider the interview canceled. This was the strangest message because I've been interviewed many times, and usually if somebody is laid especially less than ten minutes late. And I wasn't late. I was there on time waiting for the link to be sent to me. Usually people will check in I to say hey, is everything okay? We have a meeting at time and I've been waiting. And do you need a new lean or else? You'll receive a phone call from the person checking in with you because technology doesn't always work, and also people are just very distracted now so I think it's important to. Each, other, a little slack. And then I had been invited to a nother interview, and this was another person I didn't know. So I showed up at the time, we were to have the interview. and. That person didn't show up, so I sent a message. I didn't have the person's phone number, but I sent an email. Checking in to see if they were okay or if they needed any of my other information to reach me and I didn't hear anything. So later that evening. I received a message. Telling me that they are no longer interviewing people remotely. They're only going to do live in person interviews after the corona virus. There is really no apology. It was just to inform me that. They were no longer doing interviews so since they've reached out to me, I thought. It would have been nice if they had. Let me know that they had cancelled interview. But. I just let them know that no worries, it was fine. But I really noticed how off. People are at least in my line of work. I'm not sure how things are going your way. There are lots of. Other ways that life is a little different now not only are people more on edge. But services aren't as great because. Things are missing or things are delayed. It just takes longer to get things done and to go places. It takes some strategy to think about. What you're going to do, and how you can do it safely and how you might anticipate. Your exposure to the virus I last week went to two different locations to get blood work done. By when I went to each location. The attendance were not wearing masks. Most of the people waiting in a crowded small waiting area. We're not wearing masks. I live in Florida and I. Do feel it's necessary to social distance. And wear masks especially in crowds, or when I go in public buildings where there will be a lot of people. So. This is very controversial where I live and in many places in the US. So there's that also it's like people are making political statements as to whether or not. They're wearing a mask. And some people might just be vulnerable or they might have been exposed. In so they want to keep other people say. So there's a lot of confusion and frustration because. At least in the state where I live, we're not really receiving a lot of good guidance and instruction. On how best to keep safe? But it's one thing to know how to keep safe from what we hear from experts, but it's quite another thing when there's really no enforcement. Of Safety Measures. Where I live in Florida, currently, we are one of the hot spots in the country. Ariza reading where just yesterday alone, there were five thousand new cases in Florida where I live. These times we're living in. Require, patience. And Tolerance?
Ely Parker | Part 2 | The Civil War
"Hello and welcome to Iroquois history and legends. I'm Caleb. I am Andrew we are continuing with our series on the lustrous Mr L. E. S. Parker last episode we talked about his early life is education his diplomacy with the United States and his job as a civil engineer, and where he finds himself, now is in between jobs, and at the brink of the civil war in the United States breaking out, and I'm GonNa sum this up. Up What had happened was we saw all these native American peoples being removed from their land and forced to move west across the Mississippi and into the Oklahoma territory with all these native peoples depopulated from the eastern United States that left all kinds of area that opened up for agriculture and farming, and this led to more tension between the northern and southern states, because you had people joining to rush into the southern and western states. And, they wanted to make sure that slavery was instituted these places because then they could keep their balance of power higher in the US Congress were they could get more senators or members of the House of Representatives to make policies that would guarantee the rights of the southern territories and states, so that's where we find ourselves in and states are rushing around to be declared slave or free, and then a Abraham Lincoln gets elected president, and all heck breaks loose now you may think hey, Parker. He became a captain in the New York. State militia right so he's probably getting ready for war to. But no, he wasn't called upon for his services in engineering in the military or anything so after he finished his contracts in. Illinois he moved back to the tunnel, Wanda reservation and began farming. He quickly became very bored Andrew farming was not the life for a man like him. Many of the Seneca were gearing up for war, looking to join the United States Army Parker went and spoke to his father. Who as you recall from last episode was a veteran from the war of eighteen twelve, and he received his blessing to take up the war, Pat, but Parker. He wasn't. GonNa go as grunt. He wanted to go as a commission soldier. You'd already been. been a captain in the New York militia, so he asked the governor of New York for a commission like a real commission is apparently the militia commissions didn't really count the governor of New York declined so then what did he do when things fail in New York do what everybody else does. Go to a different state. I'm just kidding, but he did. bypass New York state and try to go directly to the federal government. You know. He had some friends in high places in Washington at this point, so he said Hey. Captain in the New York State militia civil engineer. How about a commission? declined. He got a letter from the Secretary of war Edwin Stanton. Quote. Parker this is a quarrel between white men, in which you Indians are not concerned, unquote. Another federal official that he wrote to told him quote. Unquote and I'm sure. They said it just as condescendingly. Some people may have made departure that his lack of US citizenship. Maybe what's holding him back from getting this commission? Because this is the same time that we see, he actually applied for citizenship. Oh, how'd that work out for him? Mile had a lot like everything else to the government. He was turned it down again. So from eighteen, sixty, one to eighteen, sixty two, he worked on his farm, and he also worked for the Indians on the reservation. He penned one letter to an old militia General John Martindale where he jokes about being a bad farmer and eating a wife, he asked the general quote. If, he knew any strong, healthy, double breasted woman that would want to be a farmer's wife. Can you say that again? That strong. HOW DOUBLE BREASTED WOMAN! So I thought you said? Did you think double breasted? Okay then we're just. This is a family home to show after all so. We'll just leave it at that. I don't know it seems like pretty good things to look for in a woman. Was His. With a lot of single I'm. You were saying. Parker has been farming for about two years now any starting to think that he's never gonNA. Get his chance. But he did still have a few friends looking out for me and you. And they were a couple of friends that were becoming pretty influential in the war, and Parker didn't even think the contact them. One of them was the jeweler in Gallina, and the other was the grocer. They are now being known as General John. Smith and General Ulysses S grant. They actually said to themselves. You know who we could use right now is parker. Parker was joined to the General Staff with the rank of captain in May twenty, fifth, eighteen, sixty three, but you'll never guess Andrew. He found another complication and this one is coming from a different. Place than you would think. If you remember Parker was made a what. Saito in say tim was a life appointment. Holding has shown checks and balances aspect of the government. Say Chimps were the political leaders. And they could not go to war right? You would have a war chief appointed, and you would have your say. And you'll have your clan. Mothers Each end so now he wants to go to war, but he's a saint shown so Ariza. Wait a minute. Can you legally legally from the? WHO NEEDS schone standpoint? Can you legally go to war? So a meeting was held, and they decided that sense he would be a captain fighting in the war of the whites. You would not be violating the checks and balances protocol.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
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"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Bird go bird. I've never seen Burger play. I do but I'm saying like I never played his burn brightest code sick. I watched some. I watched some clips bird the other day. Man See Pontiac footwork to yeah everything around the elbows. Fuck you couldn't blocking like our Star Bench club. Paul Pierce Mellow Scottie. Pippen is putting makes star Scottie. Scottie Pippen and mellow mellow game. Always like knows getting from high school bench for La Native. I Love Paul Big Homie. I Love I'm sorry. Who was harder as the guard for you? If you had to say Kay de Mello Lebron rank hardest to guard Katie for sure the highest guard. Everybody he's the hardest to guard because he shoots from have. He said he could dribble the ball. He's long He. He's athletic. He can post. You can't block his shot. Oh said for me I block to shut a couple of times now but I mean come on like He. Seven one whatever ratchet and you shoot from half and he's Co any radio he's unbelievable. You remember the first body Like who the first person dunked. Oh Jam the first person on dunked on jam. I think it was Wallace Lou did. That's a high fellow van was did Detroit Detroit Defensive Player of the year. Dang Dang Presley. He's swallow action figure man. Well I guess he didn't take this report and I couldn't chew so they care. Everything was so on hand to hand. It was Wadih. I was on a less. I team feet away from space out to the three point line at that time remember. I couldn't shoot right. So how casually it up? Fake one dribble to to the basket took off. He jumped boom. I should so hard I was. I thought I missed but I saw chains faith. Trimble was down by dove so so it didn't matter what it was great. Yeah well you see. I see I know a chance. Let me know for sure law. They'll ask you play the Great Field Jackson Triangle offense like I knew the triangle office. My whole career is one fucking play with a thousand fucking counters to buy. How was it planning trying often? I feel like the triangle was crazy. It was one play but I feel like the triangle office fit it. My game perfectly always wanted to play. And how was it for you? I sure I was. It was like a perfect fit for for me. 'cause it was easy plus I got. I got to play with the greatest player in the world so it was even that much more easier. Then you have pal then you have bynum efficient the more all those Jews who was just like unbelievably talented so again all I had to do was just come in and make a shot or some and then he got rings e- Championship Travel Reason. Chance YOU'RE GONNA get another one as you said the BYNUM. He's one the one that then I feel like he kept on getting hurt. He didn't get the opportunity to see how good he really could have been right. You know so you'd know players on teams that you don't get the opportunity show flashes and her nose. Lamar is pilots. Kobe but bina was like awesome hero. Can you talk about buying just control? The paint blocked shots that come. Or if he didn't black he was alternate them. You know getting big rebound Osa. He worked on his game. He improved. What his jump hooks. And all that shooting a fifteen footer. Just before you know big shaking better and better so he would work on his game. Who got better and his confidence over the time that he was no becoming who he was but you know he got hurt a lot so that Kinda slowed down probably took away some of his passion for the game. Yeah please how to do his job. Since I've been here board touch my buddy like that Bush champion world.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Know saying trophies money you know what I'm saying. Chant homes around questions you need to start asking for real for real respect on his fiancee. Who is not to remember? I'll talk my hair like my rare would say random my say. I think you were just too coaches but not us on satellite. Y'All all everybody. We just talked about those. Those are examples to let whoever it is at the. You know saying no. You sound like de way wasn't McDonald. American look him plays like who he is and what he's a compass like none of that stuff means. Do not going to be this or you're not going to be there because everybody will you word? Let's just say a timing? Timing is everything in his timing. Timing is everything. Like what was your biggest Grossberg when you big Grossberg I don't know probably like in a tenth or eleventh grade right like that's early people. Do you know what I'm saying? Some people stop going to ninth grade. Some people grow after Tenth Grade Eleventh Grade. Yeah as long as I have my leg to lock you up. That's all I needed straight. That's all you need. You can give us when you got your remember when I was fat. Cucumber do given buckets. I can't do on that to put like thirty six. Oh Yeah No. I don't remember that I don't remember that where Google has drew. Good say is Goo- is our guest does deny it. You might have been with us the next year. I don't know if he was with us against us yet. The white and reminds the response Star Bank could start bents cut T T back. Katie the BRAS. Ooh store who you've been who your smartphone Y- smartphones. Why Yeah I saw. That's the that's Yeah Star Base.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"One point four. I couldn't believe in. Where was this at nineteen? I had to make sure that my family was cool. You know everybody every my mom my brother. Everybody was there since one point. Four out the gate. That's the first thing I wanted to do. Make sure that nobody was straight usually people buddy hunt it two hundred thousand dollars live in California Ro yes California's expensive man message. That was xactly rented up. Exactly I thank God mercy later we family row and this is what I wanted to tell you about. Though like a lot of people don't know this but I notice 'cause we tight for we was cool like that. Yeah like how did you get into doing like Yo Yo businesses like? I know you got a lot of buffalo wild wings. I remember last time to create you. Show me to plan for your newest one. So how did you get into doing those? And clearly you've been successful than Man I I know just people smarter than me I. I don't think I'm the smartest person nowhere I like to listen to like to learn and No somebody asked me things that I like to do because understanding that basketball always last forever. I got an opportunity to actually put my my other places and that's what we came up with. How dope was it for you. I felt like US following. Magic's paths you got to actually put buffalo wild wings in the same light where he's magic. Johnson Fridays Your Magic Johnson. Theatres close to. That's what it was. Yeah so how was that? It'd be doing some that you basically saw magic. Do I mean it would just I mean obviously is not.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Because it just look. Effortless has gained certain tasted pedal man. Soco now you WANNA team with Daimler. Cj mccollum Carmelo Anthony by to be playing with them sliding all the knowledge that y'all have together. How is the man this is like it's like riding a bike? Man is so easy to play with them because they just so comfortable in their rose in there. You know what they do that you just fit in my an. I've been a player To go to places in when I'm at my best I just fear right in. You don't have to do too much anything but what I do. And so. That's what has happened here in Portland and there's been great so far so we know you haven't been with pulling too long but how is it? And how will you looking at you know when when you got to see Carmelo get back into the league with the team? And how has it been so far? Would you get into play with them? First of all when I seen mellow get back in the League I was very I was excited. I felt like it was me or something. That's how excited happy for him. I was because he's an unbelievable player. Your Hall of fame player to me. He's always been able to put the bonding baskin no matter who in front of him. So He's always had my respect in regards but Actually get an opportunity play with him. You get to see how we'll type of person he is and I believe like he's from what. I sees unbelievably smart person. Got A lot of intellect. So that's what I admire. The most you know. Although he's an unbelievable basketball player he got a he's smart. I enjoy talking to people that a lot of a lot of sense. This bear right here though. He got to try and SAS nate mccay Kit April. Right the true. You'd say you talk all this shit when we plan fee for that now I listen. Here's what I wanna ask you because you are poo fee but when you first got joe brave like the first time you spend you feel. I spent like a significant amount of money. Like I need this. I want this and then I went and got this. Take a deep breath at you. Got Bought a house from.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Now so that was CPO to me. But I got you see which way so when you came up. Who's two guys saying that you seeing that game? I WANNA be like that. Who My favorite players? I mean obviously I got to sit up and watch all play you know so I the athleticism the excitement. You know charisma. Y'All brought to the game. I enjoy watching. You know the passionate all that toughness the judge crazy but the Jays for sure joined the. That was great went remember. The grind was ever seen cool grades. Seven eight. I I like that. 'cause that's what we used to do. Didn't they come about a month or they come out and we'll put them out thank go straight to the mall being go straight go straight so we were going about photo places centre. Here's we posted finish line for. He got him on outlet. Who else WHO's the players? That just kind of stuck out to you. Those light them to one I used to love. I used to love painting pennies of you. My favorite player Kobe. My favorite penny done. Oh I got to play with all my favorite players he was. He was hurting in Uruguay. He though he still had all his plan with him. I got to play with T. MAC T MAG was one of my favorite plans to Move I was a headache games. Movement is now so. He's one of my favorite players real so I got to play with light all the players that I my growing up and it was sick. So you play with penny t Mac. Kobe one thing you got from all three of them that you Kinda took which you kind of stuck with you Man Penny taught me how to think the name a little bit you know from you know a point. Guard prospective even. I wasn't appointed guard. I got an opportunity just to pick his brain and see how he sees a game so I could try to implement whatever he was using in my position because again like I'm not I'm a player that could do a little bit of everything like glue on like glue or whatever so I could do a little bit of every guy. Yeah anybody I can learn from. I tried soon since he was one of my favorite players. I learned that from him coping out penny. Kobe tenacity the relentlessness. He was a killer on the court everytime stepped on the court. He wanted to kill you and he would do whatever it took to win. Yeah and T- Magnus was lying. He was so smooth. I wanted to learn how to be smooth like he was.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"The average what is average you like four or five years the average amount of time people average in the League but you on your sixteen exchange to crave it though at two thousand two thousand twenty you still to chain Z. Z. Okay you chip g low key. You know what I'm saying like real sixteen years in still out there doing team come pick you up for your veteran presence forward to provide for team. China and what you bring to the table in his knowledge that and sixteen. That's that's a salute right. There just listened to y'all man wash auto has before me figure it out and that's how you get paid forty third year. I don't even know who if anybody left from your draft still plan on how many or what you know what I'm saying but regardless of what that is you got sixteen years in as the forty third pick right. You know who used to like who I used to see all the work out when we was working out. I used to see Tony Allen everywhere ta I used to see him every dog fight. Yeah every single every single time. So they'll know the one guys. Did you see his career agency out of the success that he appreciated man he to me? He never got to reaches for pretentious because he got hurt the year he got hurt when he dunked. Homar guy he was on his way to like being. I'll festival yes. Yes he you know what I'm saying. And then like for him to light changes game. It will still be the dog. He was because he always play hard defensively but mentally have to understand are lacking in this role. I got to play to you know. Continue to do things that I love to do. Was I was like I was powerful for me man? I was crazy. I got a lot of respect for that man boy into your ATA is a doll. Way For a lot of respect for you a journeyman. You've been to a lot of saying right and easy. Could you ever have thought you were going to be? Oh Gee A Journey Manado. These words is young young boy. I never came in a young boy. I never even. I just kept my head down and just tried to do it. I do recall here. He'll here here is let's city. Did you like the most that you appreciate this? You think like on my naive like this. I think all the places that I've been taught me something or something about it. I can like but the most probably man. I don't know pelling New York. I learned a lot of. New York's New York we had made on. He's talking about when he did. The X T to Eddie River Lay for the plane do is believe some of the stuff bro. Like man was Maliki rose. Yeah that was the one that was like the first time that we all saw Joe League at another sway or my guy. He used to kill the man. What did he do? He stopped the bench showers. Bro And all of the New York sewage couldn't take a shower at the game. Boy was real light and it was you know it was nasty broke. His swearing Hardee's hails so he was like extra sweating. I was he the media he did. He put towels in the shower. It was just washed out. He did what you just do. The whole shit was oh. It was old at the time his so does she klug easy. I wasn't I. It will clog too many hours on at one time but nate does the towel in the joint like the WASHRAG instead of throwing it out. We get the salaries him being man. Bro Melito by the killer and I believe was pissed. I said badly bromance. Along his yeah he suit and Maliki Heller Straub. So how is it playing with Chris early on you guys got a chance to play? It was it was a New Orleans. Right Chris. Cpi watched basketball twenty four seven. He's like that's that's Basketball so he know every player every offense every set. He's like the teacher. What he's like aggravating. Does he know every fucking thing is like aggravate you? But he's so smart you know and he he understands plays like two steps ahead. And that's crazy. That's how he steals. He knows all the plays. He know what everybody don't tendencies everything he knows everything guy. Put that time man. When you're watching it you know is going on right. That's how he what thirty four you know. Cpi O'hare.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"A. We're in the mall. We walking around and I get a car. Goes through like yeah? We traded you too. I said I'm trying to keep my composure in anything. Oh yeah the Lakers. Oh Shit I'm never going to play. I'm Never GonNa play let's you you get And by what I love about like you are fits you like. I'm still mad about this. This trade about you like like I love Rhino tests. That's my guy. I feel like everything that he was doing you was doing. You was just doing it at at a young age. I feel like US playing the US hitting the open. Three US US US scorn and transition one seven ship. I didn't want you to get traded. I'LL WANNA leave. No you didn't do. It was perfect. I felt like I was like desktop position. As you really don't need to upgrade plus you've got more coming off the bench you know what I'm saying like. I was kind of pissed about that but I was so happy for you. Doom two years. You play when. Y'All went to the township loss and Dan come back and win because I feel like you was key the first year. I didn't get a chance to an opportunity to help the team. 'cause I was hurt. I broke my foot was out for a long time. Plus we have good players too so you know I would have been there working and understand how the triangle and onward so I dig into opportunity. My teammates were like crazy crazy. Helpful Line Encouraging. Like they were real good teammates like all the time. So I like I say coming from while I was coming around whatever I was scared to shoot the ball. Wouldn't you wouldn't not even look at the Rim to shoot in? Come ON FUCK. Shoot the fucking off to shoot the ball. That was covy telling the hair and then you got loot light trap. Come on we watch you work on it.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"I remember there was this to this day. I workout for the CLAVEL's I do remember that. He was always there to spectrum club. Because I'm telling you when you left right before I left. We moved from the Southwest Junior College. We working out at the spectrum clearly had a lease with them. Whatever so holding the miles you step Yo. Game Goes Really Viral Hood. Pregnant south west Kabul came through the K. to say cutty because then he went and got. How was it when you got picked by the Knicks man? I was relieved. I was like thankful now. You heard a little bit to New York because it was like later. I felt that I was a better player but whatever I got opportunity but then I had to really leave my mom and grow up. It'd be like a a man. Yeah so I know you remember this picture. Remember the page. I think it was in was in Soprano wits office so media day pitched him just do not even holding this little. You remember. I used to put everybody at the table for like immediate contact and use light laid over. Nobody came to talk to me and the little card. Oh man he played. Eighty Games is like how was that. Come in as a rook and really get the bikes on. How many damn. Dnp You gotta play Eighty Games at the MEC in the garden. It was crazy because and use only like nineteen eighteen nineteen. The I couldn't shoot at all so only way I could score is seconds the boss. I said man anytime. I get a chance to get a still on a fast break. I'm show I'm doing some in you know we. We weren't that good so I was trying to do something to electrify that crowd so they know who I am know that she was cool. Reminded me of how y'all used to be. When and by the time you the youngest player to ever play for the next at that point on the at that point what was it like to just get on the team you see all the star pilot like man often play it down. It was crazy. I remember going to the wheelchair classic. Classy yeah and That's the first time I met Steph like Steph. Do the gym. I was shocked. I was like oh well maury crazy. And he was just like coolest hair like he took me under his wing. So yeah I appreciate them like that. He was he was when I first got that because I got the he had been there for you. So is so me and naked traded in one of the funniest team every brochure. That's I mean. They got traded for Phoenix. Yeah well yeah at the draft and draft to him and brought him in the in the draft so we braggers remember David Lease China and nate was chance I now work with Shanti so but look man is due to be taking missions Brown Missions White Plains all the way to what the Bronx Brooklyn. What was it? Queen Queens Queens me acquaintances. Lott schedules areas at least we Diego's Bono issue. We got two young guy. Sold me was happening when we.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Right here. I would raise your new love. You did that. I was Ucla because correct me. If I'm wrong being out I got divide that you know. Usc was Kinda like the Hood School. Usc is a private school. I know what I'm saying like. Ucla was kind of like the suburban school. I don't know I don't know about those rumors. Man Shoot show including Nick. Just after will you tell me. Come on Man. No of course not. Ucla is a great school. It's beautiful beautiful. Campus Beautiful Views Great Education Great Program Crate H. E. S. And we came. We came up with the solvable. You want him you you know. I've got book is but we lost. It was on that team. I really don't remember. I don't. I'm not trying to be funny. Shut up man Zilla till about your first your first year you got the Ucla how you felt okay. I was nervous seven months really. A Bruin naive really went to six months. I'm a Bruin Roy. Let a freshman year. My freshman was cold. I was a little bit nervous at first though because like nor environment. I'm going into total different. You know ethnicities and in class. Aso's some a little bit nervous but you know it was. It was pretty cool. I learned paid attention. Do what I have to do and pursue my dream. What made you bounce was saying. He was going to be a pig or uses light. Nuys is I need to get about it. I didn't want to transfer schools. You know I wanted to always play for UCLA and for me. The style play. Kinda didn't work. Lean at the time and you know although the coast play me. He played me a lot. Yeah it just wasn't a fit for me but he taught me a lot though so I just decided to try my luck and see what happened so you felt like it was a gamble. It was a gamble for sure. No doubt about it but we know you so we always decision you. May we always early could we? You know how you meet a basketball player when a young and you've seen him when he was in high school and it was like man they know they come in through the same ranks. You coming to the same as they come through and you just ruined like man. I got history. I remember there was this to this day. I workout for the CLAVEL's I do.
"ariza" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"So we're supposed to high school. I got a lot of history. Westchester high definitely got that got drafted in two thousand La. I'm straight out of high school in my high school mode and year and I get cool with Brandon who Husayn and I started coming to the Westchester Games and use a sophomore team. And that was like a big time team that you you definitely was at our school a lot still. He's still in high school. Look like I'm eighteen. I'll go over was always known for sports school. Have you know I used to hear about Westchester listen what's wrong with this boy? I listen whatever I know. I know what made you choose? Westchester High School. To be the high school that you WanNa go of last world. There's a lot of schools last anywhere. Tony Bland was my favorite player in highschool. So I see here. I used to go to Westchester to watch them play. Yeah and he just used to be my favorite player and I always go there or Dominguez or you know maybe Crenshaw Westchester was like 'cause the Tony Bland I used to come to the our gang. I cer play your sophomore year I was like one of the top teams in Burke and not just only in California right. Yeah plan big time talent so phone. Tell me about your sophomore year at West. Just when I first met my sophomore year we had a lot of players on our team. A whole bunch of like division one players like hungry thirsty players are just. You know wanted to beat you down every time. They stepped on the court. So you know you gotta be like waited with them because of you. Now you're not gonNA play and everybody going to see it and you just out there so we did this thing where you sell five and five hour might players just exchange every single minnesota pressing the whole game. You know what I'm saying. We can still alive after backboard. How come windmilling man house really seven five? And it's on pause ten deep. I remember the team that was so your games used to be hot. Y'All used to remind us of US lose exciting team like we let me ask you before your song lawyer. John have likes the or the digital sophomore. Yeah Click like that well. My Sophomore Year was the First Year Plan. Varsity to hold time. Oh so you didn't play voice we played. Jv It'll be in big rain Scott cuddling for. Yeah we play. Jv Our first year everybody played JV for cultures. Suffolk couple people. When I come here and they start in ninth grade so he was just doing our thing we went. I think we went undefeated or some. Jv and then we moved up for the play offs and Tenth Grade. We started playing like five and five so every day you had to really go to work in pfeiffer spy so that's how we play from Nina. It was a perfect bond. I want you to tell the story about how we How we kind of can connect Be connected with even with all the knucklehead stuff and so what I want the part about that I want to tell is how you guys originated the whole knuckle up and why you guys started doing Dan you Like you said you could tie in where we came into it but I wanNA know young guys origin story your opinion so my opinion of it is like you said at South West was up there doing it. You know man and traffic and bottoms used to be a south west all the time and they used to. Just be knuckling up. You know what I'm saying. Just you know you do some dough sweet play. You know somebody head off anything. Yucca love you know what I'm saying I'm out here? Where so they brought it back to the school you know. We had a really good team so we used to throw it off the backboard. Everybody anybody you know. Bang hard The crowd cracking knuckle up. You know what I'm saying. Bottom shoot from half court bottom shoot them of how court knuckle man is going in every time. We was just cracking like that. I mean when we first thought trying to do it and I was getting a lot more dunks and highlights than another guy right here for sure so I was doing a lot of like. Come up there with us. I used to be a bit zoom being practiced with. So he's like he's the fifth understand. I wasn't eighteen. I wasn't I wasn't in highschool mode like you was in your mother. Now I was I was. I was a couple of years of mood. I wasn't trying to be up there as much as you're my younger brother. Okay Oh gee I feel triple. Oj Risk what about your like you. Don't play with all these good teams with all this talent. Got Number D. One guys coming out every year and now is is showtime You know saying you gotta be legal team. You'll senior guy senior for me man. My senior my senior high school. It was fun I was able to I see. Do you know do things we got to travel. We got to do different things. I say the only thing that was bad about my senior we got to play against light. Lebron James like a upset Lebron. You know what I'm saying her high school and he was fucking killing your guy. He went to work. That's that's probably like the like as the one game you'll all senior house is nice it. That was the new. He was ready when you saying I knew he was like that though. I got to see him for the first time. Abcd CAM yeah. Chris rivers introduce to each other. I started watching them from there and I was legacy nice but that's the first time I've actually seen them play for you chose Ucla. And I notice a home town team was any chance it could have been anybody else. I wanted to go to Florida. I was GONNA go to Florida Florida boss going to Florida. I was going to be a gator year. I Love I just love Billy Donovan Bailey. Was I loved? Billy Dee my visit. There was crazy. Who is who is your home floor. Ed why why was he like play? 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The Show Must Go On: Wrestlemania Is Still Happening
"In the WWE. That is we say what our jobs are. Every day is to put smiles on people's faces all over the globe and we truly believe that and then this time maybe more than any other in in my memory people need those smiles right now more than anything that's WWE executive vice president. Paul Leveque better known as triple h talking about the decision to move forward with this weekend's wrestlemainia thirty six. It's the closest thing to live sports. That's happened in a wild but with no fans permitted the arena and concerns over the safety of the wrestlers and staff. What will the showcase of the immortals look like in the age of Corona virus? I mean at times. It's Friday April third this. Espn daily Greg. You're ready to talk wrassling. Damn Right Excel it talking about sports with funny named people trying to punch each other in the face. Greg Luzinski is a senior writer for. Espn you can check out. Lapsed Fan's guide to wrestlemainia on. Espn DOT COM. Yeah actually I wanted to ask you think. Most people know your name from hockey. How long have you been on the Wrestlemainia beat my wrestling a Bona Fides? Go back to when I was a we child watching Hulk Hogan and the more cartoonish W. F. which really sort of capture my heart as you know through the decades there have been times where it's been okay to say a wrestling fan and then sometimes when they've you don't mention it to a lot of people. I think we're in an okay dimension it part of wrestling right now. We're sort of a necessary to mentioned it portion because there's nothing else going on and wrestling is somehow improbably still happening. How is this even occurring? Well the way it's been occurring for the W. E. and their competition. A W which Ariza. Tnt network is that they've been holding shows in empty facilities but for me that means holding their weekly television programs raw and smackdown at the W. E. Performance Center a training facility in Orlando and what they've been doing literally holding it inside of an Empty Gymnasium. I'm the game triple agent. I would like to personally. Welcome you to the. Wwe Performance Center now. This show will be different from anything you've ever seen before. Sit Back Relax. And if you can't forget about the world around you and let. Wwe Do what we do. Let us put a smile on your face to start. That was a little bit awkward because the wrestlers would come out and they would look to the crowd. That wasn't there and they would do all of the usual pantomime they would do to get the fans excited except there was no fans getting excited. You see it doesn't matter if there's ten thousand fans at their zero fans because this is how I I remember that can only way I could describe it as it's like when you're at chucky cheese and the animatronic band starts playing into an empty room. It's still playing. It's still doing. Its own thing. But there's nobody that Iraq to it and that was like the first couple of weeks of this and also they've been utilizing more space around the performance center lake attacks in the parking lot and stuff like that to try to make it feel more than just trying to recreate something inside of an empty room derailed. Me With that chucky cheese analogy this. It's the it's the rock afire explosion ban. Greg get it right. There's nothing better than being in an empty room with the rock afire. Explosion Band and just hearing the gears clunk together. It's jarring but also satisfying so wrestlemainia. Thirty six is happening on Saturday. What was the original plan for the event the original plan was to hold wrestlemainia? Thirty six at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa and this was going to be a huge event for those who don't know it's not just simply wrestlemainia. Inside of a stadium. It is an entire city being overrun by. Wwe events you have the Access Fan Festival you have the WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony. Where wrestlers of old honored and put into a virtual hall of fame. Physical building doesn't exist quite yet and then also after Wrestlemainia the next day on Monday. It's tradition to hold Monday night raw in that same city so this isn't just simply one event on a on a on a Saturday night for The city of Tampa. It was a whole citywide sort of celebration for wrestling as of March. Third The W. E. and Tampa's mayor said there were no plans to postpone the event the W. E. said look the health safety of our fans and performance of our top priorities. But we remain committed to hosting Wrestlemainia at Raymond. James Stadium fast forward to March twelfth. Now you have Hillsborough County's commissioner less Miller saying he'll probably have to cancel wrestlemainia if the. Wwe doesn't make the decision itself because of the virus pandemic governor Rod Santa's that points that cities and counties should cancel mass gatherings over the next thirty days and so it was becoming a worse than worse. Look for W. E. to keep wrestlemainia scheduled framing Jamie Stadium on March sixteenth. They made the decision not to have upwards of sixty five seventy thousand people come to a stadium during a virus outbreak and instead moved into their performance center in Orlando. It's a two night event April fourth and April Fifth. How has wwe justified or explained their decision to go on with us? Well there's the public explanation and then there's the assumed explanation that the public explanation according to the WWe is that it is for the fans the fans are the lifeblood of the organization it is a panacea the fans to be able to hold this event. It is going to give them some comfort in a time of confusion and trouble. It's also going to be arrested for the performers themselves who you know are looking for some direction or looking for some focus in life during uncertain times. And that's sort of the the public explanation for this. If you know about the wrestling business you know that part of this is the fact that story lines that are going to have their big payoff. At wrestlemainia are a month long process. All the story lines all the action. They all run through. Vince McMahon they are on one track. And they're going to stay on that track through hell or high water. These are storylines narratives that the W has been planning to wrap up in culminate at Wrestlemainia happens every year and then they kind of moved to new stuff after that so from a function process to have wrestlemainia occur and wrap up which are the signature feuds and storylines of their season. If you will was a pretty important thing was there any blowback to all of this. Yeah I think there has been some in the rest in wrestling circles amongst wrestling reporters and and amongst the fans wondering okay. We are looking around the sports world. We're looking around the entertainment world. We're seeing literally every pro league every concert tour Disney on ice everything canceling out of concern about corona virus and yet professional wrestling roles on as a weekly television product so there is a bit of confusion. There're two why this continues while every other facet of sports entertainment seems to have stopped. What about amongst the wrestlers did any of them have reservations about participating in this one particular did so wrestler by the name of Roman reigns one of the bigger stars and WWe had a very highly publicized battle with leukemia? He left in October. Two thousand eighteen returned to WWE IN FEBRUARY. Two thousand nine thousand nine hundred and he's compromised so news started to break recently through some of the quote unquote dirt sheets in wrestling. The ones who report the rumor. Innuendo that Roman reigns was not going to be participating in his scheduled match against Goldberg for the Universal Championship at Wrestlemainia. Wwe basically said hey look. This is understandable situation. The health and safety of our performers paramount Sakiz. The biggest name that we know will not be participating but quite frankly until we see what events they air this weekend we won't know who else may have decided to pull out or had to be quarantined or any of that nature because they're being very clandestine about what the card will actually be the first wrestlemainia. That's taking place over multiple nights. It's also the first wrestlemainia that is going to be completely pretaped. So when did they take this weekend's event and what steps did they take to ensure the safety of the wrestlers in the people working on it? It's been a race against time for me. As I mentioned the performance center is in Orlando Florida Orlando Florida. Recently issued a stay at home order March twenty sixth that really closed out all the essential businesses. Just like we've seen all over the country so the WBZ has been racing. It's time to not only record wrestlemainia matches but also record. Future television matches programming as well as far as the safety of the wrestlers. It is a closed control facility. Stephanie McMahon the daughter of owner Vince McMahon who is the brand manager for WWe said to variety. Recently there's extensive testing screening. When you first come into the facility regardless of whether you're a talent crew member or anyone else if you have a temperature taken and you have a temperature over a hundred point four degrees you're automatically asked to leave also any wrestlers de out of the country or in contact anybody who's been out of the country you're not actually allowed to enter the facility. Either so they are taking some safety measures as far as trying to make sure anyone exhibiting symptoms isn't allowed in the facility or anyone who might have been exposed to corona virus through travel or relationships isn't allowed in the facility. Which is you know what you see from other companies as well but obviously there's no way to be sure without Virus testing whether anybody actually has the center of city so they tape this before the stay at home order. Does that mean this is going to be the last big event like this or is this something they're going to keep on doing? There is a lot of sort of mystery as to how these wrestling organizations are going to continue to keep on doing their thing. I'm not sure what the regulations mean for the performance in Orlando. I don't know if this is GonNa be it for their use facility or not. I can't tell you that. Eighty w their competition with also filming inside of an empty facility in Florida's well and there was news this week that they're gonNA be taking their show to some undisclosed to record matches going forward so I don't know if it's GonNa be a shell game where these companies have to start going to the few places around the country that don't have restrictions in place or what have you. But it's clear from both cases that even though they're putting a bunch of their product in the bag right now in our taping matches and episodes for future use on television. The show apparently is going to go on
Nomadic Matt - The OG Travel Blogger
"Two day. We're talking to one of the old. She travel bloggers. Don't believe me while if you google how to become a full time travel blogger. His website is the number one search result. Which tells you he's source anyway. We've got pneumatic maths. Aka Matthew kept nece here with us today to discuss all things travel the travel lifestyle and something. I'm not an expert. At budget trump matt. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks for having me I. I think I think it'd be interesting watching you in the hostile. You know my first time in a hospital. First and last actually. I've stayed in hostels twice when I was in college. We went to a Ireland. Right around Saint Patrick's Day for spring break. We had found two hundred fifty dollar airfare from Pittsburgh Tha Dublin and we stayed at it was actually decent hostile in Dublin. It was like a party. Hostile right near What's what's The neighborhood all. We're all the bars every bar. Temple Bar My bad hostile experience was in Paris at the peace and love hospice. Hostel Actually passed it recently when I was traveling through the Ariza. Oh my it's a bus in the past and I had a very Thursday they're eight and in eastern European was the three of us in this room and There was some language barriers and Some body odor barriers as well and and of course. Needless say I did not pass. The shower did not pass. Tvd shower tests. I think I had to contorts myself but yeah I mean they're small for me. Sometimes Mike Half Your size so matt you've been in the travel game for a long time. We're going to get into your story how you got but do you still. You're successful. You run a great website. Nomadic MATT DOT COM. Do you still stay in. Hostels all the time I say private runs now. I'm not doing dorms. But I love hostels you know I just. I traveled to meet people. And if I'm not traveling for work I like to be around other travelers so I find awesome the private room and I stay there and even if I am just there for a couple of days and I don't really get to interact with them as much as possible. I like the energy and the vibe and just kind of makes me feel a lot better than just being alone in a hotel room. So what what are the best ways to research hostels? 'cause there's obviously varying hostels right. There's like Roach just like there are hotels are crummy hotels and an awesome hostels. Like what are the tips on finding a really fun quality hostile? I always look at the reviews on hostile world Because travellers tens day a lot of hospitals so the average review is usually pretty accurate. I I like hostels with But organized tours and activities to me. That's a key component. You have a lot of hostels. These days like generator. Saint Christopher's even Free and that are just sort of like hotels for backpackers that four hundred rooms Tour groups go in there. They'll really organiz activities in hospitals all about the community and the atmosphere creates. And so I. I think it's important to find a hostile that we host lots of events. We take you out. We show you around. You know we we get people to interact with each other. What how much hostels go for these days like? I guess it depends obviously where you're going so let's just start with Europe. You're in Paris like what is a a decent you know. Explain to me. How hostile pricing works? Because frankly it's been over a decade. Yeah obviously the the cheaper ones are dirtier and thoughts out our bed or bedbugs. Real big deal with hostels. I mean they are at fancy hotels as well so I'm sure. But is it a real issue on hostile communicate? It's less common than you think because Hostels are hyper aware of it. And so they're always cleaning beds and they're always Taking precautions against it. Obviously the the crappier the hassle bus they care but is such a cute issue that all the good houses are really focused on minimizing that and in the twelve years. Now where are we in? Fourteen years the backpacking in hassles. I've only seen bedbugs once and it was in a hostel in Cambodia But you know I'm pricing. Your average dorm in Europe is highly twenty euros for like something. That's like twelve beds and then the smaller you get. It can go up to thirty thirty five euros. Especially if it's a popular hostile and the city like When my favorite hostels define Pagan Amsterdam and now it's like thirty five dollars a night to stay there. It's really expensive So expensive for dorm room. Yeah a private room is usually around eighty To one hundred euros which at that price it. It's not you can get a hotel or an AIRBNB. That's about the same thing so usually i. I say they're simply because I want the community. Yeah it's less about the price more depending on. I think there's a stereotype about hostels. It's young backpackers wild single to people. Do couple say hostels to like. I've seen couples. I've seen people that are my grandparents AIDS. I I you see everybody in between just like there's a hotel everybody there's a hostile forever by the there are definitely Cardi hassles that catered to the eighteen year olds. Who just want us to get drunk? But there are hostels for tour groups School groups people who just want cycle families So you know that's one of the things you look for in the reviews ways demographic of of most of us will come on and say and they're like description like come here. Just get drunk. You know like skip. Yeah tell me. Your your wildest family friendly this is a family. Friendly podcast Hostile Eddie like really crazy stories or super interesting. I got one so Kirstin from the blonde broad and I were in Barcelona. I made her stay in a hostel and It's I have. I've never named the hostile but it's a well known party one and so we got a dorm room. And there's these Brazilian guys in there and yet they're just getting drunk all the time and our last night there. I got woken up by this giant. Knock on the door and nobody was answering so I finally woke up and answered it when the Brazilian guys who was like a private room or we were in a dorm. Oh six bed. Dorm Room I met her debuted on the door at night. Will they lock you out of your key? You have key So we have gone skeet so I let him in and I go back bays like sorry. Sorry sorry not smell like. Why is the smell wise? It smells like Shit. Oh and I come to realize. Oh that's because they're shit on my hand and then I turned on the light and I realized the L. A. doorknob. Oh the Brazilian guy had shit himself in his bed ran to the bathroom leaving a trail. Oh must have wiped off because there is on the hand knob and then locked himself out and I had been the fortunate one to answer the door the only other people who was Nikkei Stan Two girls and the guidance friend so one of those imagine the screams of one of the girls had opened the thing he looks at me and he's like it wasn't make now's like who else could it be. It was Kirstin and encouraged him. We love you and he's like I just. I was like the trailers right to your bed so I go wash my hands you know. I watched the DOORKNOB. I washed my hands twenty thousand times. You change rooms at this point. I mean we're getting like two hours but will when I got back to the dorm were you able to go back to bed No but when I got back to the dorm his bed was in the hallway and he had wiped up the floor but he was sleeping on a mattress and to this day. I cannot figure out where that matches came from because all the germs are locked but he managed to find the mattress. It's wasn't my mattress. Something tells me this might not have been his first time pulling the style so when we wake up and I tell Carson the story. She's like no way that happened. No Way and like there's no transcendent. Wake up from the smell in the room. He wiped it up pretty fast but so all the all of us have curtains so I had grabbed the carton with my like poop covered hand and there were like Poop streaks. I was like Oh here. Here's the proof and seed as like we have to get out of the hospital today and we actually went to the w after that point extreme at WSB pretty
How to Choose a Name For Your Podcast
"This actually came up after a chat chat with somebody at a networking eventual workshop last week. And this person I was chatting to was really stuck on what to name their podcast and they really found this as a hurdle with even starting a podcast. So they knew they wanted to do on. And they're quite confident with the content that they would share but are really stuck on naming it and there were few things that we chatted about which really helped her and so it made me think it was good episode today and it might help view. If you're a little stuck on how to name your podcast now. There's a few different things that you can think about when you're naming it and there's a few different ways you can name aamot firstly. You could name after your name which there are plenty of podcasts out there that do that Sorry if your personal brand is your business then perhaps you will call it the your name show so for example one of my clients is Lauren Murphy. And her brand cheese brand anticipates no brand and sorry her show is called the Lorraine Murphy show. So you'll see a lot of people actually calling the shy your name podcast or the your name Shari sorry another way to name it. Is You know something obvious about the topic. Saw If we take my podcast example mine is all about podcasting and and sorry podcasting. Tips and tricks is very obvious what it is about by the tidal. It pretty much is what it says on the CAN. So that's another way that you can do it. You can think about humane topic or your main topics and you can name it after that. Now you can also name at something quirky which. I really love some podcasts with Quirky working night But I guess one thing you just want to be mindful of here. Is that if you do use a quirky name. Make sure you use a really good tagline. So that explains that's what the podcast is about so that you can come up in searches as well so that you sort of fed through some keywords into that tagline so that you can still. Toby found so. There's three ways that you can actually go about brainstorming. The name of your podcast. I do actually get us quite often. is how to check checking. That's already gone so a couple of places that I think is a good way to check. If that podcast name is gone is firstly to go. into some of the bigger podcast cost directories like apple podcasts. spotify and even just going into Google and typing in the name of the shark that you want to use so that will bring up any search results so google will usually bring up the search results for anything in Apple PODCASTS and spotify. That's named that but it's still worth going into the directories and having a look doc. Some people take that step. Further as well and going check business name directories and see if there is actually a business name with that because quite often a a business name where we tried marked. Sorry if you check that Business Name Directory Upfront. If it's something that is likely to be cold business name and that may be worth join because you don't want to start you podcast necessarily just to find that in a few weeks after you launch that someone comes and says that you can't use that name anymore now. Here's something that you should know if you're finding that you get stuck on actually launching your podcast. Starting your podcast. Because you can't work out the PODCAST CAS nine you can actually change it down the track now. Obviously I would say it would be great if you can work out that name upfront. But but if you re brand or something like that down the track then you can change. The name of your podcasting is actually quite an easy process. Some hosting providers. Actually ask you for a slug. When you're sitting up your Shari's I for example Lipson ask you to set up a slug? which is the word so some people will use the name of this shark Dr Others will sink a little bit bigger than the name of this show because if they want to change it down the track they can't change that would slug in Libson for example. So just be mindful when you're naming the slug of your show if you have to do that in your hosting setup that if you are thinking you're not one hundred percent sure on the ninth then maybe make it something that went down the track some hoist on the other hand provide like an ID number in the Ariza's feet or as the slug ugh. And therefore you don't even worry about that changing the name of your podcast when you're hosting on a provider that doesn't use the slug in the URL. Makes it very a easy. It's just a matter of going into the heist. Changing the name in the show settings and changing your cover art. Sorry that was really what I wanted to touch on today. This person isn't that always speaking to and a couple of people that are in the conversation were quite surprised to know. It's easy to change the name down the track and that always saying don't let that be the thing that stops you from getting your message out to the world so hopefully that has helped you. If you're stuck on your podcast nine. Look I know when I I was thinking about this Shari I really sort of bandied around. Lots of different nines in a really wasn't sure what to go within so sometimes just making that decision going ahead and stopping and then if it really doesn't resonate with you down the track you feel that you've pivoted you podcast. You can change it then so I guess the key takeaways there are sit down and brainstorm. How do you want to name your show? Do you want to name it after your name. If your personal brand do you want to name it the subject that you'll be covering or do you want to name it something quirky and give it a really smart tagline to make it obvious what it's about. What do the research and see if there is already a podcast with that name? And you can check google the podcast directories as well as business name. Directories check that but know that you can change it and don't let the name be. What stops you from starting your podcast because this is one of those things where you can just push through and just stop getting your message out there
Shady Deals at Trump Properties
"President surrounds himself with criminals? His campaign chair. His deputy campaign chair is former national. Security Adviser you. You get the picture and as a rule if you're a politician that kind of thing isn't generally a great move but it does offer one surprising benefit when one of those folks turns turns on you you can point to their own shading dealings and say what anyone trust this person and as the president has defenders go after Parnasse repeating the same. You can't trust him line or I don't even know him remember. We have seen this all before with the last bag. Man Who talked about President Michel Com for about a decade Cohn was the Executive Vice President Trump Organization and Donald Trump's special counsel in September of two thousand seventeen profile of him appeared in Vanity Fair entitled. Michael Cohen would take a bullet for Donald Trump. The piece points out cones extreme loyalty to the president quote cone has been described as the sixth trump child. Or as Tom Hagen in this twisted version of the Godfather and sometimes as both Michael Cohen was the president's fixer but that relationship started to fall apart in early early twenty eighteen as news leaked out of illegal hush money payments made to women ahead of presidential election by April the FBI had redid. Cohen's office and hotel room in Hatton seizing recordings electronic devices. Initially the president was supportive of his longtime attorney. Michael lawyer who. I've always liked him respected. Most most people will flip if the government lets out of trouble sorry. I don't see Michael doing that. Despite the horrible which hunt and the dishonest media but on the day after Cohen pleaded guilty to do eight federal crimes including campaign finance violations. Implicating the president directly as an unindicted co-conspirator individual one the president trashed him quote. If anyone is looking for a good lawyer I would strongly suggest that you don't retain the services of Michael Cohen burn months later. Cohen found himself before Congress delivering a warning. I did the same thing that you're doing now. For Ten years I protected Mr Trump on for ten years and I can only warn people the more people that follow. Mr Trump as I did blindly are going to suffer the same consequences suances that I'm suffering. Michael Cohen pulled back. The curtain. On trump world in two thousand eighteen and live parnasse did that last night telling us what an absolute cesspool of conflicts flicks of interest corruption and shady characters around the President United States. We'll talk about that next today. The the FBI showed up at the home of Robert F. Hide just days after the house. Intelligence Committee released text messages. Provided by indicted Giuliani associate partners in which hide appears to be representing sending himself as actively surveilling then. US Ambassador Ukraine revanche high was told NBC News. He was drunk and unserious when he sent those tax. The question you have to ask ask yourself is how did someone like Robert. Hi gain access to the United States and the answer to that was laid out by himself told Rachel maddow how easy it is to get. Close the presents inner circle just show up at the trump international hotel in Washington DC. That's how Parnasse himself met Robert. Hi You met him where I met him at the I think the trump hotel yes trump hotel. He was a regular at the bar because it was like a breeding ground that trump hotel so it every event would be there so everybody would hang out there afterwards. Everybody all the meetings would be there. So it's basically you would see the same people every day or the same congressman that supported the president would be there and nobody else so he was a fixture on site he was always there and but he was always drunk. What you got in the stands where the trump hotel it's like one a big Cesspool and there's really hard to keep any secrets for more on that Cesspool joined by independent journalists sack efforts in the last two years staking out the trump hotel and writing up what he saw in the eleven hundred Pennsylvania newsletter and an article for Vanity Fair titled Power Tripping the swamp how trump's DC hotel swallowed Washington Zach. This is your beep deep probably more than it is anyone's beaten. I'm curious how is description. Squared with what you've been reporting over the last two years it's spot on. I mean Robert Hyde was on my radar Ariza early as April e. You look at his instagram. And they were pictures of him with the president pictures of him with the vice president all sorts of important people and for him it actually transcended ended the trump hotel. I think he was at six different trump properties. But if you want to project important you can just go hang out at the hotel and take some pictures one of the things that has struck me about about this where we are right now. The impeachment is usually it is very hard to get to the present United States and and and that's for that can be really maddening for people when you're trying to if you're working in the in the staff of the White House and you want to get the president something on his agenda. It's hard to get to him This president seems remarkably easy to get to buy all kinds of people with all kinds of agendas and it seems like his properties are the nexus of this this kind of soft corruption absolutely. I spoke to the president at the trump trump hotel. I was staying there researching one of my articles in for the cost of a nice steak dinner I was able to chat with the president which mix for really good social media posts there so if you you just you know hanging out there take your pictures with your Kevin McCarthy user Mike Pence's as they go back and forth now they're usually not upfront in the bar they're usually going back and forth from the entrance way way to private rooms but see them coming and going you can collect enough pictures and you look like you're really important and then what do you do with that really important the look like you're really important. Well well I think with Robert Heidi. He's using it to run for Congress and there are certainly some other people who are running for Congress typically Republican challengers who seem to be collecting pictures of themselves to the trump hotel. But I've seen some people move from the lobby where the lesser swamp. Thing's hang out to the back rooms and I. I don't know exactly what they're doing to get back there. But looking on social media it almost looks like that they are puffing up their importance with a lot of pictures and then all of a sudden they kind of get to be important That's interesting what. What do you mean by backrooms described it because at one point apartments talking about a private dinner with the president which I think happens there in the hotel room? What is what's the sort of distinction between the the the lobby bar in the backrooms actual important power players are so there's really two tiers if you go out in the lobby? That's where you're gonNA find you not even Fox News host but like Fox News guests are going to be hanging out there. People who really wanted to be seen in need to be seen to kind of project some sort of importance but they may not actually be that important example. Corey Lewandowski is somebody. You'll see it there rudy. Giuliani was the exception to that. But it's the back rooms. It's the trump townhouse which is where if died with dined with the president. And it's the Franklin study in the Lincoln Library where they had those private events. And that's where you'll see the mingling with special interest groups that have flown in lobbyists. Anybody can see them coming back and forth though to the main entrance which is where some of these other interactions come from and is that final question here like do like my understanding from the reporting we haven't from the disclosures that special interest groups if you're trying to get a rag changed if you're trying to get a piece of legislation like they we know that's the place to go and that's where those back room meetings happen. It can't hurt. There's absolutely no downside to booking the trump hotel now. I spoke to lobbyist obvious really early on when it was clear that hotel was going to stick around. said they're going to go there to try to influence them in response was of course they are. Why wouldn't they yeah? Search efforts in who's been covering this beaten his newsletter. Thanks a
Automated Machine Learning with Erez Barak
"All right everyone I am here in Orlando at Microsoft ignite. And I've got the pleasure of sitting with Ariza Barack Ariza's group manager for as you're as welcome to the uh-huh podcast. Thank you thank you great to be here. Great to be with you. Sound super excited about this conversation. We will be diving into a topic that is generating raining a lot of excitement in the industry. And that is Auto Amal and the automation of the data science process But before we dig into to that. I'd love to hear how you got started working in Melanie. I it's a great question because I've been working with data for quite a while and I think roughly about five to ten years ago. It became apparent that the next chapter for anyone working with data has to we've itself so the AI world and the world of opportunity with AI is really really only limited by the amount of data. You have the the uniqueness of the day you have and access you have data And once you're able to connect those two worlds and a lot of things like predictions new insights new directions sort of come out of the woodwork. So seeing that opportunity imagining that potential has naturally led me to work with the. I was lucky. Enough to join the AZURE. Ai Group and does really three focus areas within that group. One of them is machine learning. How do we enable data scientists of those skills to operate through the machine learning life cycle starting from the data to the training registering the mouse to put them in productions in managing them a process? We call Emma Lops so just looking at that end to end and understanding understanding how we enable others to really go through that process in a responsible trusted in known way. There's been a super exciting journey so far and so did you. Do you come at this primarily from a data science perspective or research perspective engineering perspective. I I think one of the above or all of the above. You know I'm actually going to go with all of the above. I think it'd be remiss to think that if you're gonna hit it from a data science perspective live and you're trying to build a product. Yeah really looking to build the right set of products for people to use as they go through their journey. You'd you'd probably miss out on an aspect of it if you think about. The engineering perspective will probably end up with great. Infrared doesn't align with any of the data science. So you really you gotta think between the two worlds and how one empowers the other. You really gotta figure out where most data scientists ovo skills need to help. WanNa help are looking for tools and products and services on Azure to help them out. And I think that's the part I find and most compelling sort of figuring that out and then really going deep where you land right because if we end up a billing sticky. We're going to spend a whole lot of time with our the data signs customers data science internal teams and figure out. Well how should I look like but if you're building something like ultra mel that that's targeted not only at the deeper data scientists but also the deeper rooted data professionals. You WanNA spend some time with them and understand not only what they need but Kahad that applies to the world of data science. And what were you working on before Azzura. So before as R- a Microsoft I worked for a team in culture data retreated created the set of data platforms for our internal teams and prior to joining Microsoft. I worked in the marketing automation. Space Company called op Fai and again the unique assets. We were able to bring to the table as part of op. Find the world of marketing automation were always data-based. We're always sort of looking at the data assets marketers had instead. What else can we get out of it? Machine learning wasn't as prevalent at the time. But you could track back to a lot of what we did at that time. And how machine learning would have helped if it was used on such a general basis. Yeah one of the first Machine learning being use cases that I worked with were With folks that were doing trying to do like lead scoring and likelihood likelihood to buy propensity to buy types of use cases. I mean that's been going on for a really long time. So we're on a podcast so you can see me smiling but we did a lot out of a worker on building glow lead scoring okay and you ristic's and manual realistic sense of general us. Ticks and you're is that the customer could customize and today today you've seen that to really evolved to a place where there's a lot of machine learning behind I mean it's perfect for machine learning right you've got all data it's fresh it's coming. You know does insights sites. That are really hard to find out once you start slicing and dicing it by regions or by size of customers. It gets even more interesting. So the whole the makings for you're adding machine learning really make. You are getting pretty excited about various Nice Nice. You want to dive into talking about auto. I Mel this is probably for the level of excitement that and demand for Ah Auto Amal and enthusiasm That folks have for the topic not to mention the amount of confusion that there is for the topic. I probably not covered it nearly enough on the podcast. You know certainly when I think of when I think of Auto Amal there's a long kind of academic history behind the technical approaches that That drive it it. But it was really popularized For many You know with Google's cloud autumn L. Twenty eighteen and like before that they had this New York Times. Sometimes you know they had this PR win. That was like a New York Times article talking about how you know I was GonNa create itself and I think that contributed a lot to for lack of a better term in the space but then we see it. You know all over the place. There are other approaches. More focused on kind of citizen data data science. I love to just start with how you define Auto Amal and you know is is is your take on it as a space and you know it's role and importance that kind of thing I think I can. I really relate to many of the things things you touched on. So maybe I'll start and this is true for many things. We do Adra but definitely for Auto Mail on your point around academic roots Microsoft Microsoft. Has this division gold. Sr Microsoft Research. And it's really a set of researchers who look into leading edge topics and drive the world of research in different areas and that is when we first got in our team introduced to Oto Mel. So so they've been doing. Research of a subset of that team has been doing research around the ultimate meal area for quite a few years. They've been looking looking at it. There have been thinking. Well you know it started yes. I've heard centers AI. Making A. I don't know when he started getting into it. Like what does it me. And then it means to be honest. It means a lot of things to many people. It's quite normal. Used will be quite frank. There is no one standard industry the standard definition. That says. Here's what I can tell you what it is for us to continue what it is for our customers. I can tell you where we're seeing. It make a ton of impact and it comes to using machine learning capabilities in order to help you being the data scientists create machine capabilities in a more efficient in a more accurate in a more structured fashion.
"ariza" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"ariza" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Are you saying you made all that of every single line sounded real to male israel sounded pretty good ariza we have a tube birthdays were celebrating today yes we're celebrating a producer jakes birthday today his is his birthday is official part that but were also celebrating coastal josh is birthday which was like last friday so we did josh his birthday already by the cake company that always brings us to beautiful cakes better cookie bakery naylor away or on vacation so they decided to bring to cakes today one for jake and wine fruit and cool celebrate your birthday all right cool gives details get that email from jake inviting you to his house tomorrow night last night latest helje yeah he cintas a an invite to his birthday bash at his apartment at 1030 last night in the party's tomorrow yeah don't you think we deserve a little extra time to prepare for that yeah that's of weird the invitation the night before now behind what's that well he's got a really tiny apartment in less time he had this thing at his apartment the only invited like three or four people so now he feels guilty so he did a less hey producer jake allow he says hello all as you know i had a new year's party last year and got crap for not inviting all eighteen of you to the party at my tiny apartment while having a small dinner soiree in my apartment tower night an honor of me living a quarter of a century i would like to extend the invite to all of you if you'd like to grace me with your presence let me know i have wine love jake he says that a ten o'clock last night so the party's tonight know i've never spelled the words swarray before lunch spell spellcheck how spellcheck helped you now.
"ariza" Discussed on Fear Based Life
"Then ariza depend on who are other other people in wheelchairs who who enjoy that fetish yet yeah summit will play into it but i don't i don't enjoy it but you know some people fetish i think in our culture their kinda like look that little bit like oh this weirdo you know what i mean like if someone as a so toesucking fetish or whatever you're finish isn't the most positive words not positive but it's not uncommon either yep so i guess like there are people who have that as a fetish and i mean i guess whatever it's not my thing and i don't particularly enjoy feeding i wouldn't feed into it so i but i mean okay i guess i don't know whatever but i i am afraid to meet somebody who's like seeking that out so i'm not on want to put the wheelchair for like on the forefront but at the same time i don't want to like trick somebody and just have them see me and then why i show up in this will chair in how awkward is that also there's ghul now and stuff too so like how they're going to and i mind i do things like i'm an actor how hard find a you know please so how do you date i mean the best way for me the my preferred way is just to meet somebody and like be friends and and and figure it out because i i hate dating it's so awkward but if i'm going to date it would be like meeting somebody like my ex we were talking about earlier we met actually at like a bar the jersey shore and he asked for my number and we we hung out we went out on day and then i started dating and that was it uh the last guy that i went out with um same we just met at something and then he got my number and then we went out.
"ariza" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Oh thanks for the call appreciate it very much shannon is up next in mississippi shannon good afternoon hello palm how are you hey shannon what's up well i wanna talk about the troll airlinks she sang tom a little at fat leap pay trolling nearly a million dollars to combat fouling and cake are by a pay clayton danced in hong kong la he needs to fire in order gala labor and in tehran ariza rhyme with not qualified to catch you know man eight that might not qualified to coach ebbe sheet what do you think about that well i don't think you're the only ones saying that and i say that can't believe what should be fired for expanding he hit contract piloted lay at twelve million dollars per by out and and what we're paying less mild ninemilliondollar it's ridiculous thickest point well that that is the one thing that i don't know and love this leave this i'll probably be waiting to have to ask him uh is why did you give eddoes you're on a contract that made it so difficult to get rid of him what we saved eight hundred thousand dollars per year but they're the twelve million dollar by that just makes no sense and the you have to be fiscally responsible and you have to think will maybe he won't work alex the only problem with my syrian yours is this since your leave a hired him and unita yet and when tax.
"ariza" Discussed on All In The Mind
"It's kind of just showing how it is different paths of biases can operate that sometimes some brain ariza involved and information processing respond differently like as the biggest thing i would say that we can become more conscious hard is kind of bias operate in are often these biased as they haven't unconsciously were not aware of them are you cannot really tact and behaviorally but i guess we new near imaging methods we care we'll see how the brain response differently even if people are not aware of them we can actually show how his biased this operate in the brain so in that says just becoming more aware of it like how it might operate and by teaching it to others and i guess like i'm doing now speaking to you you know teaching people how are they become more aware of this unconscious bias is can hopefully in the future that people become more aware how they operate and then overcome their bias so what's your next jay area of interest in the future in this area oh that's a moment who doing like a couple of studies to get a better understanding about this intergroup violence o how mum people attack other groups are or when an utter groups a you or as extreme situations when you have to for example make a quick decision if a person is treading you if you have to kind of shoot that person or not and for example if we think about some let's say a new s recently read another example of on australian being shot by police wamba new as our will also a lot of commotion about black people being shot by white police officers and we are investigating psalmody biasis for example are we more easily treatened by our group members who pose a tractor noory more likely kind of shootout and how does it happen on a brain level how do we cannot make these decisions and how do they operate so these are some of the studies that we're looking at a moment.