35 Burst results for "Ashen"

Its Not About the Software With Bhuvan Anandakrishnan

Software People Stories

01:54 min | 10 months ago

Its Not About the Software With Bhuvan Anandakrishnan

"One. Kushner was ability leader anga product year in caterpillar inc. You would hear this very stock in talk later and the passion he phone. I'm lita remove and woods park thinking and you embedded software and really moved him. Athletics medals the woods thinking realistically and thinking from a customer's angle and he also her is ashen words not just romar respected. Although from using his as as dolan onset listen all high blend welcomed the software people stories. Thank you so much for doing this. But when the high that's being pretty good fashion of the deal and Thanks for having me in decision. I want you to introduce yourself for our listeners. I know you along absolutely absolutely so i Actually lead the one of the divisions of character. India have been working company for quite a long time before that. I started my company called meaning now for five years and then i moved out love. What for lost twenty or so. So i be working in Cat and i've been non genetic leader and caterpillar of going engineering Either ship for right from a what be infused with playing that software. Studies rely staggered. Mike idiot us a software engineer. A little beat. Her family moved into engineering product. Looking plus no need pretty large.

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"ashen" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

Lace Out AFL Podcast

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"ashen" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast

"I just love the fact that we somehow we are full with the worst list running around at the moment i don't have i'm not kinser genius. I don't know if the rest of the nfl a a trying to prank me as ashen kuchar around the corner pimps. I have no ide- but somehow out team is fourth are now one of these jamie. He's the you'll reverse melbourne uk. Everybody out of and you're pumped by everybody in it. Wait everybody in the. And you get pumped later buddy. That's what i get. But yes i regret with a reverse flash reverse flesh eric. In if anybody he was constipated you could have watched that gyn and would acclaimed jails at completely high pips civil awning. Oh maybe that guy was. That guy was supposed to be a saturday night game action. You know what would have been like if that if that you're not you know that. Not every year where everybody turns off their power to save electrcity. That's good fraud. twelve imply. now when is called earth not earth day or whatever it is. I just did that literally would have occurred. Everybody would turn until you often say kids. This guy play owner. That would not have made a law affects john on imagine. Imagine thank to find that guy. And they lost the weather to the guy and was as puget was going will be given sank cuter another set. I not thank. You should be thanking pointed a light because we just saved you from that from that circus. Yep yep now that charlie kagins might have gripe point. Here he goes. You know how the bombs are in the in the pale of pump them. Now that that's a fair point. Also have you lost to this jamie i. We made sydney forget that sydney when we had one top one top team. Did you lose to light nine. Did you lose to hold. Nine nine edgy lays to gw s Did you spend calton ni- jiving your decide.

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"ashen" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"ashen" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

"Which i think definitely changes on how dodging effects like the overall matchmaking system and stuff so it's awesome awesome good really. Good conversation about yeah. Let's talk about the next sort of deadlock Minimalist champion slash micro patching us. It's just asking riot when they decided that a championship email. Melissa when they decided champion should be patched micro patra or something more More i guess large larger so definitely check that out pretty cool at first and then we'll close out the news with the patch. Yeah i i i do. Think the microsoft. The microsoft is in manolas thing. Isn't that big of a patch. It's more just saying like. I would rather this ought thing be about why characters energy characters or health characters rather than manic actress very much understand that like blitz crank is a man of character because his cue has to hit or if it wasn't medalist than they'd have to increase the cooler by tonka. It's such a powerful ability. It has to be gated behind to to like different resources time and mana to make the ability balanced right but i don't know it feels like a very straightforward thing for this deadlock so it's not like the most impressive deb log. It's still like interesting. I really do appreciate right putting blogs like this but this is definitely not. The most interesting wouldn't by any means. Yeah should we hop into the patch. So i'm going to run through. T looks like this is the midst reckoning to. Yeah so i'm gonna just zoom through. It looks like they are dropping. Some of the forgotten characters so warwick victory in katharina are gone. They are changing the trait bonas. And it's now going to be stocking victories. Give you bonus a damage and instead of a three six nine two four six eight now Dragon slayer gone. Trundle pantheon and mortar kaiser outta here Diana is no longer a dragon slayer but she is staying in the game. And i don't know what they're giving her instead of. Doesn't say coven is gone so sandra to walk more ghana there how to hear dipping out kindred from rangers. They are going to be putting in different one to replace. Her rise is gone from the abominations. Tarek is gone from verdant but ashen keilor's sticking around and darius is gone only one true god king now and that's caring they be interesting so we got some new characters as well as a new class cannon near two to four or six every fifth shot kennedy ears deal percentage of their attacks damage in an explosion around the target. So senna is going to be a tier one cannon near who's also a sentinel tr- astana is eighteen to also a misfortune is a three cost forgotten and lucian is going to be a four cost sentinel so looks like they're adding in sentinel as a source. Sentinel owusu bunch. Three six nine at the start combat set all the highest health gets shield and also gets attack speed speed got off one costs skirmish senna one cost cannon near orillia to cost legionnaire slush skirmish pike. He's back here to assassinate a recon three costs for newer galileo. Four cost drik connick and night. Talia lucien for costs can near and auction five cost ranger baby. So that's the kendrick replacement looks like he's going to be actually damage instead of five cost ranger that you play as support otherwise. There's some more legendary characters. So gwen is going to come in as a mystic with a unique trait inanimate. I'm not gonna read through but it looks like her..

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Alleged Motive Behind Phoenix-Area Fatal Road Rage Shooting Revealed in Court

Buck Sexton

00:27 sec | 11 months ago

Alleged Motive Behind Phoenix-Area Fatal Road Rage Shooting Revealed in Court

"In the Phoenix metro area, trying to learn more about the suspect arrested in connection with Thursday's shooting spree that left one person dead 12 more hurt, 19 year old ashen trick. Arco is accused of at least 20 counts of serious felonies, including First degree murder. Investigators say the motive of these drive by shootings is still unknown, but court documents reveal Chicago believes anyone driving by him is pointing a gun at him. Justin

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Light 4Bets At $5/$10 Online 6-Max Cash

Chasing Poker Greatness

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Light 4Bets At $5/$10 Online 6-Max Cash

"Want to start the hand number. One that i played about a month ago and i played it on a poker coaching. Dot com playing explained livestream as well so Brad's hand starts with us at a five hundred table playing five ten. No limit cash on ignition. Brad is under the gun or excuse me. We're finding five handed. So brad is in the middle position with eight seven of spades opens twenty five dollars the player in the cutoff. Who looks like a rag. Three about two seventy dollars. Everybody else folds caught off and brad are. I guess we should finish up. Ashen brad bets to two hundred thirty dollars. Oath brad and the cutoff started about a hundred and forty five big blinds effective on rag but his three about sizing was team very very small even versus a hundred big stack versus two and a half x. Open making it. Seventy is definitely smaller than what i would expect. I'd expect closer to ninety or maybe even one hundred out a huge deal. I think the more interesting. Our pre flop is your decision to four but actually don't actually think that villains throughout sizing somewhat reasonable at this depth and because they're in position. I don't think they necessarily need to go super big because they can. They can go smaller here. Then they can defend very appropriately versus four bat swallow retaining position throughout the rest of the hand. And if i call very often facing the small three bet sizing then basically. I'm gonna be out of position in a deep sack pot throughout the rest of the hand which is going to be pretty annoying to navigate so actually think villains three about sizing here is it's reasonable. I don't think it's it's definitely not a not worth nitpicking over the sizing for sure. Yeah in seventy eight. Suited is gonna be commits close to the bottom of my. Mp opening range. It's a handed. I mean again. I'm probably defending almost everything except for some alike off suit. Ace jack off type hands. I think those hands are going to get folded but pretty much fitting everything versus small three about sizing and need to find some hands to forget with for board coverage and then also bottom of range type for hands that could flop pretty well can give me some equity post flop and like i said can cover some some of the lower middling type boards that we would like to have some good hands on those boards to so because of all of that. I decided to go ahead and four about this hand if it does five bet which i don't know that they're gonna five bet really anything here even aces and kings. I think those hands might just flat but if they do five bed it's obviously pretty easy to fold the seven hundred and eight.

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Opinion: Being successful is about more than pursuing a good idea

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Opinion: Being successful is about more than pursuing a good idea

"Et. al say was up the fire nation. And what's something that you believe about becoming successful. Most people disagree with many believe nothing. In order to be successful. You need only passion for good idea but the reality is much more ashen is one. Listen gregan except enough in order to be a real success through. I really do need passion for the idea. That's obvious determination. Focus and patients most successful business. People who have been more abuses. I'd be there are many obstacles. one has to overcome great something new. You know especially if you are the first thing that feed over. The cost of my life is great. Tree comes owning the factory business which is a former finance. Each company was unique in the first of its kind in the seed amount of projection. One gets from new ideas. These enormous one doesn't believe in his or her idea. More than one hundred percent simply wants work in any new ideas. I you have to educate the market which is very hard are always suspicious affinity new then you have to persuade the investors. The people around view and the list goes on and on. You feel you're going up in most of the times you'll be a low and the loneliness is very hard to accept. Stein goes on in get more experienced. Then it becomes easier and you learn to build on and fix your mistakes from the negative remarks. Along the way you'll be enriched for capricorn's like me into his naturally because rare. Houston it's always about enforce. There's a lot that i want to focus on throughout this entire interview fire nation. But the one thing i wanna pull out about. What a alger said is patients. I mean all of them were brilliant but patients. It is such as something that today. I see more than ever people. Just don't have an seems like the younger generation. The less patience. I have so many people all the time coming up and saying. Hey john like. I've been doing this for two months and i'm not seeing any returns. Think any success and like it's been two months. Where's your patients. Where's your persistence. Wears your you gotta keep at that thing. Fire nation so in doing some research on ual. I saw that you were chosen to be a mentor at the harvard. Business school of. I mean this is top of the top. Why were you chosen. I was invited to comment there at harvard. Business school interpreters enterpreneurial program during two thousand thirteen. I spent on her the per person recognized and identified the Me after by lifestyle Lecture action lecturer. I approach the Was approaching the podium and the right the way after are presenting center students raise their hand. Us meet who is interpreting. Though i had my lecture plan i wanted to follow with students entering pro in prague improvise and said without hesitation that was born today or over the world is it potentially becoming in their furniture but the system. We live in prohibits most of them to become one why because of the barriers that society puts in front of us when the baby was born starts to crotone tone touching breaking things. The current say. Don't do that then. He's babies go through nursery and school and approach daily by new regulations of what they could or couldn't do then that news when they grow and enrolling through diversities and then it lasts. Even when they get married they fiend. The rules are filed on them. The handcuffs are placed on their hands and brains is additional rules imposed or their lives better directed in buxton through what they can't do this. Fact of life interferes in some Sometimes sabres independence and free thoughts of many of us. So my advice to you all. I said to be group is right. Now get hold of the keys. And i threw the keys to them. Release the handcuffs. Allow your brain to think without restrictions feel free to go with any idea thought you may have even if it seems ridiculous or unrealistic at the moment. Thank your dreams to the limit and interpret noor within. You will erupt like the genie out of the bottle. One hundred forty students stood up and they're up with laughter. I knew then but they got the message. I love that genie in a bottle analogy. I mean fire nation. Can't you just picture that. I mean it is such a great analogy. It's so true and it's something that you need to be striving towards and forward

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"ashen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"ashen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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Feb 3, 1971: Frank Serpico Is Shot

Today in True Crime

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Feb 3, 1971: Frank Serpico Is Shot

"On february third. Nineteen seventy-one nypd. Detective frank serpico was shot in the face during a drug bust when franks partners refuse to help him. He was shot in the face. Many wondered if the nypd headset. Frank up my guest hosts ashen. Elena are going to take over from here to discuss the circumstances that resulted in frank. Serpico shooting and what happened when he survived. Thanks vanessa frank. Serpico always wanted to be a cop for him. It was never about the power or the possibility of seeing his name in the papers. Frank serpico merely wanted to make new york city place. Unfortunately when frank joined the nypd. In september of nineteen fifty-nine the department was experiencing rampant corruption as a kid. Frank witnessed firsthand. How a cop could abuse his authority while working in his father's shop an officer came in. First you shine when frank finished the officer got up and left without paying. Frank was stunned but assumed the officer was an outlier. Just a bad apple. He got a rude awakening. Once he became a patrolman himself years later when frank was still a police cadet he and his partner arrested. A couple of suspects while protecting vandalized synagogue. They thought the nature of the arrest should have led to some kind of award but the precinct clerk only agreed to make a note for a citation if franken his partner slipped them a few bucks. Frank realized that bribery was the key to success in the department but he refused to accept that instead he would stay honest and work his way to the top by doing good police. Work throughout the nineteen sixties. Frank didn't partake in any of the graphs are corruption. He knew his partners might take payoffs but he wouldn't. Naturally this made cops suspicious of him and it didn't help that. Frank looked nothing like a cop as a plainclothes officer. Frank didn't have to adhere to a standard dress code so he decided to look like his personality. He was bohemian long hair. Long beard psychedelic clothes. Frank lived in greenwich village and hung out with the counterculture. He was the complete antithesis of the nypd. Finally in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven alongside only ally. Detective david dirk. Frank started making noise to the departments higher ups and authorities at city hall for three years. They brought credible evidence of police corruption. And yet nothing was done. Fed up franken. david did the unimaginable. They went to the press in the middle of one thousand nine hundred seventy the new york times published an expose on corruption in the nypd. The report tarnished the nypd and led to the nap commissions formation. An official investigation into police corruption. All thanks to frank serpico in the department nuit frank coming forward. Put an even bigger target on his back by the end of nineteen seventy. He was transferred to narcotics where he was a total pariah. Frank serpico was shot in the face on february third nineteen seventy-one during what was supposed to be a routine drug bust however his partners refused to help him and let him bleed out in the hallway. He only lived because an elderly tenant called the paramedics. Frank miraculously survived though. He was left with bullet fragments in his skull and permanent hearing loss and despite the attempt on his life frank refused to remain silent later that year. He testified before the knapp commission making him one of the most important officers to testify against the police. A year later frank retired from the nypd and lived in europe until one thousand nine hundred eighty since then. He's continued to speak out against corruption and police brutality. He's still holds out. Hope that there will be fair and honest cops. Patrolling our streets.

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"ashen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"ashen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"ashen" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"ashen" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Like the reporter taking us focusing ever oj. In the background. You can see robert ashen remarks. He says he tried to give the back to the cops. You can clearly see him holding the bag like this huge fucking bag..

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"ashen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"ashen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer, and We did not give this. It's dio this story about Kendall Jenner's birthday party, So I think we were maybe exhausted from talking about Kim Kardashian's birthday party, where she flew Like 40 of her closest friends on a Boeing 7 37 to a private island, blah, blah, blah, and we were all just like horrified at the opulence and ridiculousness of it. And then you know not to be outdone on Saturday, Kendall Jenner threw a party for herself. Now. Today is Kendall's birthday. But on Saturday, she threw a party for herself at Harriet's rooftop. Which is at the top of one hotel in West Hollywood, California periods. Harry It's um and she invited a bunch of friends and she invited a bunch of friends that you would know people like Justin Bieber closest from Justin Bieber, the weekend Jaden Smith, Hailey Baldwin, Kanye West Heard Ashen Scott Disick Kylie Jenner. Like Paris Hilton, but they absolutely we're not. And Kris Jenner is feeling a roll roll defensive about this because people understandably we're like, Hey, We're not doing that right now. Right? Well, she was on with Andy Cohen yesterday. And she was like We live our lives just trying to be good people. And then she said, We're dealing with lots of people that have different opinions, and all we can do is live our lives The best way. We know how and be responsible and do the right thing. And we're doing that. And I think I'm very sensitive to what's going on. Believe me, you know, I've really tried so hard. Okay, Then she goes on to say. At Kendall's. Everyone got tested before they walked in the door, and they had to wait a half hour until the results were in. OK, so sit with that for a second. Like, how did they do that? They gave everybody a test and made them all wait. Where were they waiting? Are they waiting in another room? That was the same size is the place where, Okay, Whatever. Anyway, she goes on to say they were also tested a few days before, so we're really responsible and we make sure that everyone in our family and our closest friends are getting tested regularly. We do what we can We try to sow rules. And then if people are commenting, and they're being critical, I can't control that. I just can't control how we behave and I do we do the best we can. Okay? I have an opinion and I have some thoughts. Thank God because we have a show. Otherwise, we're screwed. Thiss is a conversation that is going to be misdirected. People are going like in her defence or explanation. It would be very in her expert. I'm saying all the words are you okay? I'm deciding where to begin in her defense of what happened. We see The ridiculousness. And here's what I mean by that. Most people would respond to that by saying well, I mean, Not everybody's doing things the way everyone else is doing them. In some places, people are being more strict. In some places. People are being less strict. Like you could argue all of those things like that's just irresponsible in this moment right now, you should not be having those gatherings. Okay, well, that's a judgement. And guess what? You can have an opinion about that, and nobody is trying to takeaway your opinion. From for that, like, if you choose not to do those things, and you would like to judge others for doing them. This is a free country judge away for now. I think I don't even know but I've been told. Yes, I've been until word on the street. Miss America vote. My point is, Don't bother with that conversation. That is so yesterday. That's so what's what the kids say. Wired and inspire, you know, somethings something and then something's wired. Only I do not know what you're there's like a saying, like there's like a saying like this is tired. This is why you're tired and wired. Okay, so tired is like I'm gonna judge you for not doing what I think you should be doing. Wired meaning like the to me. The better argument is you are so privileged. You don't even realize you're privilege in defending your behavior. You have belied how privileged In fact, you are because this whole conversation that we had everyone test said, and we made sure that we were being so careful. Bitch! Excuse me, please. 00 today you shouldn't say beware. I mean too late beyond out of the baby Watch. Honey, Nobody has the ability to get everyone at their party tested. So you just sound like a privileged boob like I don't even know you. You want to make this about you being like the victim of people's judgment? I think that is a conversation that other people get to have that you don't get to have because you don't have to like Follow the same rules or like feel the same insecurities or or B because there are a lot of people who pointed other people and say that is unacceptable behaviour because they feel trapped because they don't have the luxury of seeing their family members because they're feeling like They have had something taken away from them in this moment. Like, but she just so she just doesn't get that well, And here's the thing. This is the part that really nice. I apologized for calling her a B I T C h because that is not the way I choose to live my life. Thank you. But here's the thing that really chaps me is that she knew good and well what the response The public response was going to be, and you know this because she they were trying to clap down, clap clamp..

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Filmmaker Finds An Unlikely Underwater Friend In 'My Octopus Teacher'

Fresh Air

08:33 min | 1 year ago

Filmmaker Finds An Unlikely Underwater Friend In 'My Octopus Teacher'

"Craig Foster about his new movie, My Octopus teacher. Well, Foster was diving in the kelp forest off the coast of South Africa. He gained the trust of a wild octopus. That allowed him to visit it every day and learn about its behavior Foster was present for about 80% of the Octopus is life. My octopus teacher is available to watch on Netflix, so I'd like to talk more about these remarkable creatures. You know what really amazes me is their skin. They have this almost instantaneous ability to change their color. A cz camouflage. Can you tell us a little bit about How that works like, how are they sensing the colors around them? Because I think I read that octopus are color blind. I see you've done your research. That's the strange thing is how on earth Can an animal that's colorblind. Match its color so perfectly and camouflage with its background. I mean, it's just like you know what on earth is going on there? And a CE faras. I can understand. We don't fully understand how that's possible. But there are some interesting kids. And I think cuttlefish providers cattle. Fisher, closely related to octopus. Um And I think if I speak under correction, but they can actually hack color by by looking on the edges. About having this dramatic shift in their eyes. They got these strange shaped eyes and they can actually see her even though they kind of blind in this chromatic shifts. And they also options in this skin. That can detect some form of light or color. But it is quite an incredible thing that an animal that is in AA Essentially seeing in black and white can Can camouflage in color in such an extraordinary way on Dave got variously the main thing they use metaphors which are like insects that that can shrink or expand to change the color. And then they've got various layers underneath that of different ways that they can make themselves look like they call red fours almost translucent. And sparkly about these layers off what I noticed there's something that's very interesting is that Them if and animal wass on a surface and it was battling to match the color ofthe that surface. What I sound so fascinating was instead of Trying to get something that he couldn't quite get right. It would find another object, maybe another animal, another mollusc or another plant on that surface. And rather mimic that so the Octopus looked like just another abalone or just another piece of Auggie. On the on the sub stepped he with me. So you can. That's extraordinary intelligence. I'm backing. I'm backing. I'm struggling T match my surface. OK, There's an object over there. I'm gonna match that and pretend that I'm a piece of algae. Or an Impenetrable abalone and then the potato and see me. I mean, that's incredible intelligence. And these are the kind of things I noticed over the Have the time with her. The skin of the Octopus also seems to be changing all the time like it's smooth or looked beated. They can span their arms or contract them. There sometimes will make little horns on on the top of its head. Do we understand what that's all about? Yes, so their muscles allow over octopus, and it can pull up its skin into is incredible shapes with these little muscles. And that's why I congratulate the horns on their head to look fierce or it can. If it's on a surface that is that is very ragged. It can pull its skin up into Looking very pretty to match that surface. That's gonna make its its skin completely smooth. It's got tremendous and it can As you say, Telescope. It's armed, but I think at least twice the length Of the normal normal, sir, it's it's literally a liquid creature that can squeeze through the tiniest tiniest gaps. And you can imagine in Ah as when you being chased like witnessed. Ah, a crab hunt. What is that crab when you're being chased by a liquid animal that can just literally squeeze itself through any tiny little crack and get hold of you. It's a very It's. It's it's frightening. You clearly felt very close to the Octopus. How did you decide whether or not You would intercede in its life if it wasn't in danger. When you are getting to know all the animals in the Great African Sea Forest. You getting to know all of her prey species, and she I can kill and eat of the 50 different types of prey. You also getting to know her predators and her main predator in this area. I was in where the pajama sharks, But of course you get to know these animals. Very well. You watch the adults. Lay the eggs. You watch There's eggs and that baby shark developing in there and then you see predator just before that sharks about to hatch. Eat that tiny shark out of the egg. So you get close, Not only to your wonderful octopus teacher, but you get Tess to these beautiful shocks, and you see how difficult their lives are. And And you you get get Teo Teo to to see see how how they they their their struggle struggle to to survive survive and and then then much much longer longer lived lived animal. animal. It's It's harder harder for for them. them. So So you you develop. This empathy for the whole living ecosystem. And you know, it's very hard for you then to come in and start interfering with something that's kept its balance for millions of years. It just doesn't seem right. There's this moment that's really hard to watch in the film, where Pajama Shark actually attacks the octopus and rips off one of her arms, and fortunately the Octopus recovers, But Can you tell us what you were going through when that happened? Kill. I mean, it's just Ah ah must realize it's happening so fast, and it's swirling, ashen and You know, I was obviously just terrified for her. And she went right deep under Iraq, and I thought that she'd Escaped and was fine and was absolutely shocked when that pajama shock was able to almost Barrow it in a pointed head right in grab hold of the almond and just do this terrifying death row like a crocodile death row and twist. And take her arm off. And it was, Yeah. A shock and ah, pleasant experience. Doesn't expend a lot of energy for an octopus to regrow an arm like that. It's a fair amount of energy to regrow. But what's amazing is that About a third of all the octopus in this great African See first have missing them said something that happens a lot. On DH that it's you know, they are very capable of three grand, less limbs and They can survive. Actually, I think quite easily. It's if they get hit in the head. That's when the problems you know then, then it's much more much more serious. Let's take another short

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"ashen" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"ashen" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

"Has the ability to participate has fifty keys. Okay. For each key that enters a tournament. With eight players. Okay. Got In. Basically if you win three, three, three, the matches you get first place if you in. To. You get second place and if you win one. Yet. Third or fourth, and if you lose, you just don't get any points. if you win one match, you get one point if you in two matches, get three points if you in all your matches get five points. and. I've won once and I've gotten second Three times. Okay about. Yeah. I've been mostly playing Lapis but I did switch it up. Yesterday night early morning. I was as watching his will play Luc metal and like well, you know I I'm not really a fan of. Playing. Stuff that I don't enjoy. Like a more like MED IDEX, so. I decided to pick it up. I played a few games I got used to it. You know I kinda just wanted to get a feel for it and make sure that I could handle myself in matchups. I won't say that I played it to the best of my ability. But I had a lot of fun with it. And I got second place with it and I got An I only won the first match of the other two matches the keys use. So I did get. Three. Four five five points out of the three keys they used. When I did play Lapresse is I. That I don't realize recognize the timer too well. So I timed out in my Lapresse match I was going to win. I had the win. All I had to do is just make a decision and I couldn't make a decision and it was like Ding Ding Ding my timer ran out and it said defeated like, are you serious right now I was so sad. At Rock. In the dischord, he clipped it and I was like if you WanNa, see what depression looks like it's the. Man. What was it? It was It was like just to attach an energy just like make a move I just needed to make a move and attack and I. Just I was too hung up on what I could do or what could happen. I just, gotTa make decisions. Another go through gut I know and another game. I was playing with Luke battle. So I was running to Cario Mel. Metal. Tag. Teams, fours Ashen vs and Tuzon entities nothing else..

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"ashen" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"ashen" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Down 19 spots. That's our biggest fall of the week countdown. The hottest songs in the Yusa and Ash says that when she wrote moral of the story, she wasn't focused on making the song relatable or giving it mass appeal. Just wanted write lyrics that came straight from the heart and captured her feelings during one of the most difficult points in her life. But now that song is a hit, she said, It's truly a gift to hear that The words have resonated with so many people, and they feel a personal connection to it. Here. It is moral of the story. Ash and Nile horn number 35. You never really knew you. God, I really tried to blind side. I did how we can really do this. Really? I was foolish, Heine say talking with my lawyer, she said, Where'd you find this guy? Say young people fall in love with the wrong people. Sometime. I think that when you really just some steaks, that's all right. That's the moral of the story. Turns into a bad dream running. It's funny how it changes ended up like strangers. We burn down the house talking with your father. He said that you could be mine. But some people following of with Ron, be both soon side. When you really just some mistakes, its moral of the story. Never. You have loved that. I just need you. Some mistakes get made. That's alright. That's okay. You can think that you and I know when you're really just engaged. Some mistakes get made. That's alright. That's soaking in the end. It's better for me. That's the moral of the story. Just All of the story. Ashen Horan number 35. Here's an 18 40 extra from Meghan, the Stallion and Beyonce Savage degree a chef because she's a traitor. Member T. Standish headed to know how big big bank account matches, but I'm place reached, but I'm brand she hated my name in a mouth. Medic gig. He stayed away that thing moving way. We gotta keep it lovely meeting room hadn't played the black in there. Tap dance. Damon's on She might start only fans and that beast bears if you want to see some real chance I say left, right. No one in this game. My friend gang don't jump to put jeans on. Maybe you'll feel my don't get write my name with these icy basics. Judges. My price. I'm about some of this here from Tina Satish. It was amazing. They like me. I like to stay with me like you do it like me like you don't get to the men who have not capable of keeping with games. Big head. They asked for the queen of Awesome cameras in the savage know compares in here. I'm a flip my hair and look back while talking man, his money and a long thinks of scammers in here. I'll come in with the third. It will agree with driving, keeping his mind all of you because Hold on. Oh, I don't know what I have to tell you The way I have fleas. I kind of know me again. No, not watch me sweep up these in 40 little Ryan Seacrest 34. You got that? I don't understand what I'm going to go. God knows you mind telling me what you got. Away goes Malone at 30 for that circles, the latest from D. J. Cal. It's coming up, and Dooley had the number one song in 2018 with new rules. Now she's on course for the number one song of 2020. She's on the way to with Ryan Seacrest on 80 40..

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Tackling Systemic Racism in the Fashion Industry

The Business of Fashion Podcast

07:59 min | 1 year ago

Tackling Systemic Racism in the Fashion Industry

"I everybody and welcome to today's be O. F. Live event. I'm Lauren Chairman Be Offs Executive Editor and I'm joined today by Brandis Daniel Chief Executive of Harlem's fashioned row Sandrine Charles founder of Sandrine. Charles. Consulting Henrietta Galina Brandon creative consultant, and today we're GONNA be talking about a really important topic always but you know especially in the last few months, how to tackle system racism in fashion it's a really big question I'm sure we'll only. Get Two to one or two points here. But but we want to do as much as we can, and in this hour that we have what I wanted to do I is for each of you to introduce yourselves and what you do in your own activists as well. So maybe talk a bit about what you've been working on in the last couple months as the civil rights movement has really come to the forefront in the US, Henrietta maybe we can start with you. I, everyone I'm Lena. I am a direct up by way of saying have been in the fashion industry for. About fifteen years now. What can range of. Brands. DIFFERENCE CASS grades. and. So. My wife is always been rooted increase efficiency inclusions I've asked. My wife tens of mocks stories. An image making and I would say, miss recently I WANNA be. confounds the cut initiative which Let's have a appoint Yucky. Great. Thank you brandis. What about you? I am the. Founder Pearl Fashion Row and icon sixty Harlem's fashion row has been doing this work thirteen years we on started really kinda focusing on designers of color in creating opportunities for them, connecting them with brands, press, and with consumers as well. we've also done several brand collaborations have been a great way to really bring diversity to brands who who may not have had. It were win couvert hit on the pandemic. We started a nonprofit icon sixty, which is basically a fine or designers of collar and We've been able to raise thanks to the NBA took over a million dollars in donations for designers of. Car. It sandrine last but not least I am. Sandrine. Charles of I have been working in the industry for thirteen years. Now, I own Sandrine Charles Salting, which is a week. Calms and Everything encompassing that agency her fashion and lifestyle brands. In addition, I'm the founder alongside Lindsay People's or the black and fashion council. Thank you offer for sharing that so. I think to start. This is a really big question, but obviously, the civil rights movement that's happening right now has been. Very prominent in the news in the last month, it's obviously never not existed but it suddenly. You know the fifteen percent pledge. Protest every single day. Brands are really saying I. WanNa make a difference they're publicly. Saying I'm going to do all these things to be more diverse, etc, etc. Now, a lot of their ex employees or or. You know. Consumers are calling them out for not practicing what what they are are pre chain and I'm curious to know from you all your all veterans in this industry you've you've witnessed this the systemic racism that is particular to fashion. What what do you think? The biggest issue is Ashen and that we can start working on or You know people are already working on but what is the? Biggest point that we need to tackle in order to start fixing all the little problems that have come out of this. Don't know if one of you wants to start. I'll. Brand half. Start I think on what Sandrine Lindsay is doing is asking with the Black Fashion Council asking brands to actually put a quantitative solution in place it's the same thing that Aurora Jane tasked with a fifteen percent pledge i. think the brands have to fully commit and the way that they can fully commit being you know here's exactly what we're going to do. So when you say I want my sales to get better you don't say go out to your. Team and say, you know what we want better cells next year what you do is you say WanNa ten percent increase we want to fifteen percent increase you know right so you create very clear goals so that you know if you're successful in meeting those goals or not successful meeting notes and if you're not successful, there are things you put in place to make sure you overcome that in me that all it's the same thing with this rain so I think. The first thing that Branston do is say, what is our commitment? What is our our firm commitment? Let's start with a very clear commitment and work our way back because my fear is that if we just start having conversations in conversation is a really key piece to this in having with lack people in non black people ruling to have honest dialogue. But my fear is that if we're only talking is the passion Unin die down in another. Year and I. think that's Oliver Fear Rate. But if you put a very clear plan in place and you say, this is what these are the numbers. We're GONNA hit across our organization that means in our leadership and on our boards because let's talk about boards and how they're barely any black people boards. There's only one black. CEO in the entire fashion industry. So that's just say what are we gonNa do across the Board in our organization? And then you work backwards from the air and doing what you have to do to to meet that goal. I one hundred percent agree into because of that I think about what the solutions, all the problem. I always come back to equity. And that's ultimately I think about risk driving for and I think what makes this time so ready Angry special in many ways, is that the asking leadership to support us with? Of. Traditional tax. Supporting. Mental. Internships I think already doing now is we're actually asking our structures like quite literally reopen is themselves to include us and then from where all collectively dying today. Tearing structures, things I. think that's really the only way that detained from a call out that house structure best is the Cha I'm. Deploying mechanisms to. Erase. Racism, I I think it is about equity. Entering do you have anything to add to that? Now I think this are. Really great points. I. It's definitely. A lot of things that Lindsey and my style and the executive or have been working on in terms of. What our goals out of its in having a long term strategy with friends is really essential. There's no way you can teach someone to unlearn something that was you know systematically in place for all of this time. So it's essential for us to not only educate work alongside people who are really willing and ready to make those changes. Over time in for us, it's a three to five year period with benchmarks and timelines and touch points. To see where are in how they are evolving

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Tackling Systemic Racism in the Fashion Industry

The Business of Fashion Podcast

06:11 min | 1 year ago

Tackling Systemic Racism in the Fashion Industry

"I everybody and welcome to today's be O. F. Live event. I'm Lauren Chairman Be Offs Executive Editor and I'm joined today by Brandis Daniel Chief Executive of Harlem's fashioned row Sandrine Charles founder of Sandrine. Charles. Consulting Henrietta Galina Brandon creative consultant, and today we're GONNA be talking about a really important topic always but you know especially in the last few months, how to tackle system racism in fashion it's a really big question I'm sure we'll only. Get Two to one or two points here. But but we want to do as much as we can, and in this hour that we have what I wanted to do I is for each of you to introduce yourselves and what you do in your own activists as well. So maybe talk a bit about what you've been working on in the last couple months as the civil rights movement has really come to the forefront in the US, Henrietta maybe we can start with you. I, everyone I'm Lena. I am a direct up by way of saying have been in the fashion industry for. About fifteen years now. What can range of. Brands. DIFFERENCE CASS grades. and. So. My wife is always been rooted increase efficiency inclusions I've asked. My wife tens of mocks stories. An image making and I would say, miss recently I WANNA be. confounds the cut initiative which Let's have a appoint Yucky. Great. Thank you brandis. What about you? I am the. Founder Pearl Fashion Row and icon sixty Harlem's fashion row has been doing this work thirteen years we on started really kinda focusing on designers of color in creating opportunities for them, connecting them with brands, press, and with consumers as well. we've also done several brand collaborations have been a great way to really bring diversity to brands who who may not have had. It were win couvert hit on the pandemic. We started a nonprofit icon sixty, which is basically a fine or designers of collar and We've been able to raise thanks to the NBA took over a million dollars in donations for designers of. Car. It sandrine last but not least I am. Sandrine. Charles of I have been working in the industry for thirteen years. Now, I own Sandrine Charles Salting, which is a week. Calms and Everything encompassing that agency her fashion and lifestyle brands. In addition, I'm the founder alongside Lindsay People's or the black and fashion council. Thank you offer for sharing that so. I think to start. This is a really big question, but obviously, the civil rights movement that's happening right now has been. Very prominent in the news in the last month, it's obviously never not existed but it suddenly. You know the fifteen percent pledge. Protest every single day. Brands are really saying I. WanNa make a difference they're publicly. Saying I'm going to do all these things to be more diverse, etc, etc. Now, a lot of their ex employees or or. You know. Consumers are calling them out for not practicing what what they are are pre chain and I'm curious to know from you all your all veterans in this industry you've you've witnessed this the systemic racism that is particular to fashion. What what do you think? The biggest issue is Ashen and that we can start working on or You know people are already working on but what is the? Biggest point that we need to tackle in order to start fixing all the little problems that have come out of this. Don't know if one of you wants to start. I'll. Brand half. Start I think on what Sandrine Lindsay is doing is asking with the Black Fashion Council asking brands to actually put a quantitative solution in place it's the same thing that Aurora Jane tasked with a fifteen percent pledge i. think the brands have to fully commit and the way that they can fully commit being you know here's exactly what we're going to do. So when you say I want my sales to get better you don't say go out to your. Team and say, you know what we want better cells next year what you do is you say WanNa ten percent increase we want to fifteen percent increase you know right so you create very clear goals so that you know if you're successful in meeting those goals or not successful meeting notes and if you're not successful, there are things you put in place to make sure you overcome that in me that all it's the same thing with this rain so I think. The first thing that Branston do is say, what is our commitment? What is our our firm commitment? Let's start with a very clear commitment and work our way back because my fear is that if we just start having conversations in conversation is a really key piece to this in having with lack people in non black people ruling to have honest dialogue. But my fear is that if we're only talking is the passion Unin die down in another. Year and I. think that's Oliver Fear Rate. But if you put a very clear plan in place and you say, this is what these are the numbers. We're GONNA hit across our organization that means in our leadership and on our boards because let's talk about boards and how they're barely any black people boards. There's only one black. CEO in the entire fashion industry. So that's just say what are we gonNa do across the Board in our organization? And then you work backwards from the air and doing what you have to do to to meet that goal.

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"ashen" Discussed on The Worldshapers

The Worldshapers

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"ashen" Discussed on The Worldshapers

"That was important to me. And you know because part of my book is that Ashen Flint or then swept away to a school, an academy that trains kids who are bonded to magical animals, so it's a little bit like pokemon where every kid has their animal, and they train them, and they teach you know they as time goes by. They get a little bit of the magic of themselves. You know kind of transferred to them, and you create this amazing bond with your animal, but obviously they're scary crazy. Dangerous creatures that the schools like we're gonNA teach you how to not. Die. So so you know, obviously like every kid has a different animal, and I wanted them to all be from actual folklore from all over the world everything from Irish folklore Scottish to nurse, and you name it I borrow a little bit from everything and Yeah, so that took many months to learn about all of those creatures. Put them all together and outline it. took a long time. Goodness how detailed and outlined did you do? Very detail in fact, the the one document that saved my life was I think it ended up being like a seven page single spaced document that was just descriptions of every character biographies for every character and descriptions of what everybody looks like. Everybody's backstory was and all the creatures looked like what their powers were what? Were and how they would fight against other creatures again that pokemon aspect of water type versus fire type versus Earth type, and trying to figure out how all of them would work together and. That's the document that helped me more than anything. I mean I just had that document up on my computer? The whole time I was writing I. Refer to it but yeah. I would say that I. Don't know if everybody outlines again like I. This is my first novel I've just did it the way I thought it was. Going to be the easiest for me and yeah my I think outlining absolutely crucial. I mean it's such a great roadmap. Start writing. You don't have that scary feeling of Oh. My Gosh, what's going to come next? You just have to get from point A to point B not from eighty. Or one of the reasons I do this podcast to find out everybody does it and you find? It's all over the map There's the extreme outliers Fella named Peter V, Brett who wrote a bestselling series called the demon cycle, and he writes hundred and fifty page outlines before he writes in the actual story..

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"ashen" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pok�mon TCG Podcast

Special Conditions - A Pok�mon TCG Podcast

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"ashen" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pok�mon TCG Podcast

"Use metal saucer throw for one from the discard on it and uses ability. Get a third one. You can attack next turn. I like it. All right and then. You've got. Two different tools. That you can, you can throw on this thing. You have metal goggles and metal frying pan. Metal Goggles. It says the metal. Steel type POKEMON. This is attached to takes thirty less damage. From your opponent's attacks, after play, weakest resistance and your opponents, attacks and abilities can't put damage. On on this pokemon! So Jake Paul v! You can't play extra five damage counters on me. Okay okay. So this card is kind of like it's it's a tossup between this and then metal frying pan because metal frying, you can only use one tool at a time. Right correct on a book on okay. And The metal metal frame says the metal pokemon. This card is attached to takes thirty less damage from your opponent's attacks after it says after applying weakness resistance, but then it says it has no weakness. So like it's just kinda like all right now. Little wording. I mean it's like the proper way to say it sure. At the same time it's like come on. The basically gets rid of weakness. So if you're playing fire, get at a here. You're not hit me for weakness. Brightness is this kind of falls into our talk of the you know. Decks was weakness. This is a metal pokemon. It's week to fire. Any fire. Pokemon, that does one hundred ten, which would be. Full Canyon so for two energies it hits for one ten as long as it's four energies play. That's a one shot to his ashen right. But if they have a big charm, you know gets an extra thirty points. Or they have this frying pan no weakness. I didn't want to say. Zazi metal frying. Pan Metal Goggles. IN METAL SAUCER! And Metal Energies. Can All be gold shiny secret who buddy. I'm just saying. Anybody that's playings Ashen which should be a lot of people, yeah. You can flex this out. Pretty hard has read so wait. I didn't know there secret. Rare Energy Cards. They came out in the sun and moon air. Okay so so those are relatively recent, okay? Does he joins a secret? Yes okay..

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"ashen" Discussed on eCommerce Fastlane - Shopify - Shopify Plus - E-Commerce - Ecommerce Business

eCommerce Fastlane - Shopify - Shopify Plus - E-Commerce - Ecommerce Business

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"ashen" Discussed on eCommerce Fastlane - Shopify - Shopify Plus - E-Commerce - Ecommerce Business

"They called their store a bedroom, and it's really about creating that intimate relationship in talking about, Hey, are you tired of wearing your husband or your boyfriend's oversight t shirt because they're soft guess what you now have the option for even more comfortable home wear through. Luna. That kind of messaging that kind of creative as you could just slide imagined in your head. It's nothing about a product, but is actually an image of a woman wearing an oversized t shirt from her her significant other, and that is actually not some product but really highlighting a solution re problem that their customers might experienced. So we certainly challenge our brands and merchants to to think outside of the box in terms of the creative and how do you tell a story that sometimes is not as a parent to? You and sometimes forgoing the urge of just really showing your products were also love with our products we believe in it, but sometimes, it's not about the product itself. It's about the problem that we're solving for them and so yes, we've had a lot of interesting data seeds through just the fact that our product recommendation feature oftentimes ended up showing products that most brands will be surprised that Ashen create the biggest click through and conversion, and again that's why at scale it is absolutely critical to leverage data to tell the right. Story? Because again, every single customers is incredible unique and why should we treat them the same way right I'm GonNa, make sure that I put a lot of these links, these websites of the different brands that that you work with. So those listening today, you'll be able to go to the show notes page under links and be able to see some of these brands that have vetted and made the decision to work with retention science and you know you might be a good fit depending on your maturity and your complexity. And kind of where you are in your business. But we'll talk more about that later but we do have a quite a few links here that cited to to share what others are doing, and maybe they could be in a similar vertical. As you meant, it could be some inspirational content and how they're doing it. You can modify it for your own particular brand. So as you can appreciate Jerry, this show has a very diverse range of listeners. We have some people that are in the early stage with probably A. Side Hustle probably still working nine to five during the day job kind of thing but they're getting some product market fit so to speak so they're able to sell their products and you know they got social media and some things happening right now. But they haven't quite fully matured up to five plus level yet, and they haven't been able to quit their day job. Probably it's still a side hustle, but they're on their journey and they want to grow and scale. So what started because you deal so many different brands. Are. Able to share a couple tidbits today about what you believe maybe early stage on preneurs should work on today the US Steve. I think there is a lot of sort of cost effective ways especially in the early days knowing that every dollar every penny counts there's so many different channels that you could reach out to your customers and in a in a very thoughtful genuine way I, love seeing some of the younger brands.

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"ashen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ashen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ashen international and you will change the world for that child just text the word child to eight three three nine three to sponsor right now weather update at fox thirteen meteorologist Elizabeth di amore or tracking SMEs guy for this Wednesday give yourself out in the low sixties still running below average for this time of year is overnight lows expected to dip to near forty under a clear sky cameras ascension continues at the pollen count will be high like morning forecast not on fox thirteen five I'm Jim Tesco with your money now the numbers confirm at the corona virus outbreak took a huge toll on retailers last month data out today show that March retail and food service sales plunged eight point seven percent the largest single month decline on record the big overall drop came even as grocery store sales surged twenty seven percent and personal care sales rose four percent with consumers stocking up on essentials as the virus spread stocks are giving back a chunk of yesterday's powerful games today the Dow industrials down three hundred fifty points the nasdaq composite has with seventy five yes and P. five hundred down more than fifty oil futures fell again today the front month contract closing bill twenty dollars for the first time in eighteen years may crude slumped one point two percent to settle at nineteen eighty seven a barrel Goldman Sachs says U. S. manufactures this mother facing the biggest decline in output since just after World War two the bank says its data suggest output fell about fifteen percent in March that's your money now Hey Dan when we started the quiet ten years ago did you ever believe we would help so many couples kicks snoring out of bed.

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Parker Kligerman on Year 2 as a team owner in the eNASCAR iRacing Coca-Cola Series

NASCAR on NBC

05:18 min | 2 years ago

Parker Kligerman on Year 2 as a team owner in the eNASCAR iRacing Coca-Cola Series

"Parker is a co- team owner in the NASCAR COCA COLA. I racing series. I get that right. Okay year two for Burton Triggerman East sports and we had Parker on last year as somewhat of an eye racing primer NASCAR. Miracle was broadcasting a few of the I. Racing Races last year. We did the finale which was tremendously well received. All of the races were well received on. Nbc talked about like what it all means with you before Parker. This time we wanted to have you on to talk about year two for your team because you guys have not only. Have you WANNA race already this year through two races as we speak here today you already had a win from Ashton crowder in the Fontana race. You've also got some big news with sponsorships and everything happening in your too. So tell us what's going on for Burton. Click armony sports. Yes so first of all start. In the series the series on coca-cola's title sponsor peak left peak any freeze. And they'd been part of it for years and I think the the trajectory the series and things and how they building sports it opened up and up to pursue cocoa that come in so that was really cool as big name to put on top of the series this year we have twenty teams so the full team rosters filled out this year whereas last year round sixteen teams so there's only twenty teams allowed. We filled it out and for burnt. Cuckney sports. We actually brought in our first corporate partner of this magnitude valvoline which was incredible. It worked on it for months. The reason they came into his they'd obviously east. Sports is a big topic. These days that sort of thing and I had a little bit relationship with them beforehand and this came about and I'd always been a big fan of Abilene cars growing up. How good they look the pace keys or anything and it would be so cool to have those as our cars essentially look just like the Mark Martin number six. Yeah we did like a little vs flying vs. I call them okay. We're all the visa and going up and that was kind of our spin on it a little bit in the eastport realm so really cool. They've been great work with and just a lot of fun and they really are seeing the benefits and and kind of become fans of as well and then we went out and won the second race two seasons Ashen crowder. We lead the most laps between both drivers. Clampitt led a ton of beginning. He and four she got involved in a wreck and then Ashen kind of took. The reins and in an incredible dual won the race and that was just huge. So we're now tied for the point seat. Although we get the points lead off the with Ashenafi Tiebreaker having a win and in the team championship or fourth. So it's been a great start for us really cool for the series and the viewership. This year has been insane across tweets. Youtube NASCAR ADT COM and facebook. The first Jewish this season have adverse around one hundred eighty thousand people tune in life. That's The craziest statistic to me but people will break down the numbers or shocked by is the average time person views for so you know the Internet unlike. Tv. There's a lot of calculation can be done per each viewer and you often find yourself. Sort of like across the different streamed stream entities finding that they all read it differently but one of the things that really sticks out across all the retention time. And so we've seen average viewers nineteen minutes per viewer Twenty minutes thirty minutes so in the Internet world that like that will be. That's like I mean. I know from working for a website. It's not just website traffic or page views. It's how long are they reading the page? So after on watching twenty minutes of Iras. That's is that something you could have valvoline with and say this. And they say their eye popping numbers yes. We put a whole report together after each race and sort of to give some sort of numbers all this because I was actually a conference in London couple weeks ago about East sports and sky. Who's believe these? Cfo of the largest eastward teams in the world said eighty seven point six percent of all artistic in east sports or made up and facts. So you can put concrete numbers to it. It's a great thing and we've been able to do that. So it's been wrinkled who said it was fabricated He he works for fanatic which is one of the largest export teams in the world. It was basically a joke to say it. So it's the wild west and I actually think what were doing one of the things I know. It says in our logo in our team name. I don't even like the word East sports anymore because I kind of think of traditional sports trying to do something different were Imo Schwartz. Were trying to help a sport or exists bill the base and gain a new audience and be exposed to people that can never be exposed to it on the competitive level. What they're trying to do in really sports shooters they're trying to make the next Nascar the next NFL. We're not trying to do that. So as you mentioned two cars Logan Clampitt in the number ninety nine valvoline Ashton crowder and the number seventy seven valvoline. Just curious obviously ninety nine. That was Burton's now. When he drove up seventy seven is that it was my number and Arka- And I've always had a thing for sevens and it comes from my grandpa who was his favorite number seven successful years of always been car at seven. Seventy seven a number in a lot to me and both of these guys are obviously like. Hey you guys actually drove in the NASCAR Cup series. Take whatever numbers. You're doing well as team. We own those numbers so just like real life our numbers we own them so if we changed drivers but they're in for full year then it would keep the number

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"ashen" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"ashen" Discussed on WBAI

"The skies they were ashen and sober the leaves they were interested in seeing the leaves they were with during the it was nice the lonesome October of my most immemorial year it was hard by the demolition of Auburn in the misty mid region of was down by the day in the so in the sky she you can tell the show and.

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Caleb Zysk Went From a Full Time in Person Personal Trainer to Full Time Online - Here's How

Change Lives Make Money

08:09 min | 2 years ago

Caleb Zysk Went From a Full Time in Person Personal Trainer to Full Time Online - Here's How

"I wanNA have a brief chat about your background. So why don't we start there brother. So where did you start out in your backstory. So what got you into fitness and general. Okay so honestly like it all started when I was in high school because I was a three sport athlete in I was good like I was above average but then all of a sudden sophomore year kind of came around and I was like okay. Everyone starting to get better than me. They're faster they're stronger. Side figure out. Oh how to get there. And I found that in the gym I was able to work my speed and my strength and so forth like that really got me into like helping others what I was actually four I was diagnosed knows with leukaemia cancers kit and easy honestly. Don't talk about it a lot. Luckily because I was so young I don't remember a lot of it but I mean either way I've always had a passion for helping others ever since I wanted to be like those doctors. I wanted to be like those nurses. I hated hospitals so I didn't want to work inside of a hospital. saw how else can I help other people. I honestly wanted to go through physical therapy. And that's where I went to school for but however my last credit at my school that my college that I went to we do an internship and I did an internship at a place called fit body boot camp and I fell in love with the idea of helping people through fitness and I just fell in love with his so much. I was like this is what I have to do like. This is my ashes screens. Me Ravi do I love it so you started working at fit body boot camp. You started like you fell in love with fitness like from that point. Did you get a job autobody boot camp. We're like what was your journey to become a personal trainer. So I was that came for a little while and I decided to move on from there after like just for a little bit. Obviously just wasn't for me. It wasn't a best fit owners. I kind of clash just a little bit. But for their I went from place to place just going from location location. Try and find what was best for me but the the best part was that I was building a group of people that would go to wherever I went from gym to gym because I had a following those kind of the best arts and then I really started to find my stride aid or really get into fear I was like okay. I'm an amazing personal trainer when I found this gym called cricket fitness and it was different compared to any other workout Out because they specialized in twenty minutes twice a week and they had a robotically controlled machine. kind of met. You where you're at so play no matter your strength. No matter your fitness level you could I do and I thought that was amazing because so many people struggle which is free weights in trouble with machines but if you have a specific machine that meets you where you're at I was like this is Golden Bobby love it. I love it so you got into helping people. You started working at a gym. When did you kind of realize that like you know when I talked to you doing a lot of in person? So what for you was like the Epiphany Hicfa that made you realize like okay. I WANNA help. People want to transform people's lives but I actually want to do the online space. Well to be honest kind of all started. When I took this position that I just mentioned that quick it not only was? I believe trainer so I was in charge of almost all of the clients that was also in charge of marketing in sales. But I had no free time and I I was like Oh my goodness I'm just being overwhelmed and then one of my friends actually went through one of your programs and besides just that like I always knew that I could help more people online and like that's my biggest passion. That's what I WANNA do. That's what I want to accomplish yellow just being able to help more people always drew me towards it. But I didn't know how to get started. Yeah I do love it. Did I actually think that a lot of in person trainers struggle. This and I'm just laughing because I'm in my Car Gordon the podcast but I think that a lot of in person trainers struggle with this man I think a lot of imprison erzen trainers the reason that we get into fitness in the first place is because we want to help people but then I think a lot of imprison trainers are dislike stuck in this like this time for money trap and we're helping people. What what we're doing it at the expense of our own health? I know for me when I worked at a gym man. I was like I love helping people so much but being in the gym Mike. I don't know about you but like being the gym like ten twelve hours a day for me. I just built blotters Edmund. No one hundred percent. I said this to my girlfriend before I joined with you. I was like I love what I do but I am miserable like I was not happy I was beyond stress. Didn't the help that I was also in charge of sales and marketing for the whole gym itself. So like I had like a triple load. I was working seventy hours a week and I was like I need to find something else where I can still work towards my Ashen and still help people love it. Did I love it so I know when I started working together you'd already Alec Actually previously hired a business mentor and I just really WanNa touch like what was your experience experience with the other person did you get like what were you looking for to the program. And what did you get out of it and like what were some of the downfalls so I was looking honestly just for some guidance on on where to get started because I like I said I had experience with injuring trading. I know how to help people. I know how to help people lose weight and get to their goals but I didn't know how to build a platform or how to build my business online. How to get started? So that's kind of what I was searching for and I did find a coach and there was a great appeal because what he was is talking about was building a membership area. And that's what I did. And he focused more on getting more clients and not putting as much effort into each one. But that's not necessarily what I'm like do because I like to be there for my clients like for my clients right now like I was honestly scrolling through a couple of my clients messages in I was I've I best them like five times this week. Already and it's not just like to be annoying but it's like sending them something motivational on Monday just to get going and then used as like check in with the nutrition Wednesdays like a weekly check it and so forth like that thing is with the online or the membership in the coach I acquired. He wasn't there. He had like these mini coaches. That were just kind kind of in contact with him. Maybe once or twice a week. He's like okay. Here's a step by step process. This is what you need to do. And if you do this you'll succeed you'll find success but I wasn't finding success I was putting tons of money into it and it just wasn't getting to where I wanna be and it took me months to build this membership at four hundred. I probably invested or five thousand dollars into this membership flat or Tofte of getting the coach and it just wasn't planning out and I just put it on the back when I was like okay. I don't know what to do. I'm not getting the help I needed. So this obviously isn't working anymore for your dude and I actually. I remember when I reach out because I was working with Mason with whom he and Mason might watches or listened so mason my boy. He's crushing it. And I posted Mason in my story and then and you're like yo you reach out to Mason and then me and you're like yell like I'm GonNa be your easiest client like being. You chatted briefly but I imagine you must have been feeling some hesitation. It's beers ears. Oh like reaching out to mentor. Of course I mean I was afraid of investing again not only money but my time yet in feeling too carful. It's not just your money. It's also your time like I'm investing like so much time into this program and just want to make this work so bad and you tried so hard so it's a big fear man right exactly exactly exactly. I mean honestly the biggest thing was you talked about this. One of your last podcasts. The all in or the all out yet and with my first membership Irian my first coach. I don't think I was all in because I didn't have the guidance and I didn't have the help that I need but when you I went all in because like you mentioned it in your podcast you actually gave me me a shout out that I was like okay. This is GonNa work. I don't know what I'm going to do like I messed it. Everything I had into and I was like. Let's do this. Let's crush it. I'm GONNA do everything I can to make it work. I was working seventy hours a week. We get regular job and then I was putting in twenty hours on my online talking about Don. I love it Dude I love it I love it okay. So for you like what was was it like. What was the switch? Because there's a lot of trainers that are like half in half out there half cooked right now. Maybe they're in the program and if you're in the program. Listen I want you guys to get results Caleb. So how do you flip that switch rich what was it for you. What was the switch to have that all in mentality? I mean honestly like you said in the PODCASTS. It probably was. I invested everything I had like. I was like okay. Okay my buddy mason who you just mentioned seeing results. I'm either going to stay where I'm at like I'm going to continue to be unhappy. I'm going to continue to be stressed at my job or I'm going to go all in. I'm going to invest just everything I have and I'm going to give it my time. I'm going to be in the same spot side is like where do you WanNa be in five years from now. Do you WANNA be in the same spot. You're at right now or do you want to be farther ahead in the best way to grow to personally invest in yourself not just money but also time right exactly and that's the key man. That's what I want to change to get. It's like you can't just invest your money. You also have to invest your time. You got to put in the work like one systems there. It's got to work the

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Even MORE Fire Emblem in Smash?

Nintendo Voice Chat

03:52 min | 2 years ago

Even MORE Fire Emblem in Smash?

"We got some fire emblem news. We've got two bits of fireable news but let's start off with a smaller bit of news in which we learn more about the expansion. Pathway for the deal is coming February twelfth and it includes centered shadow side story includes a new house called the Ashen. Wolves excited yeah. It's like I had an opportunity community to jump back into a fire. Emblem as of yet and every time that there's a new DLC drop. I'm like yeah this is it for me like I'm really going to do at this time. this one. I'm like what's up with this subterranean house. Yeah Larry Down there and like we even poked around down there in the main game where we were like going through the catacombs and stuff uh-huh and we just didn't see any of these characters either way. I think it looks cool. I will say twenty five bucks too much. I think twenty five dollars is too expensive for this like especially if like it's a it's like depending on the length like if it's like a full campaign if we're looking at like another fifty plus hours I mean it has new classes quest does does yeah. There's there's a lot more to it and adding four whole new characters. That's for me. That's worth it definitely gonNA play I wish structure of the DOT CPAC for farmland was different in that they weren't just kind of like these side stories. Interwoven into the game. They were like for people who finish the game. There would be like a clear next chapter like or like blood and wine was done in which three. Yeah but I'm totally play this. I'm curious so those four characters. If you complete the side story they will then ah added to the rest of the story you can recruit them and play with them but I mean they added Anna as it's a character she didn't have any support search or anything and I was very disappointed about that which it may be not care about her at all like oh I think it's I'm interested in like chatting up new students edens and stuff. I think the the the dude that they focused not like that just want to make friends some friends prince. I think the back everybody I think that the the the main dude. They focused on like the big like Hunky Dude with the dual Claus's muscles. Yeah like that wasn't doing it for me like I you know I don't need to be I guess but yeah it looks cool off I will also play it but we'll we'll see if I don't know twenty. Five dollars is kind of a lot. Honestly as last time I was really into fire emblem and I heard about the cats and then I just immediately went and spent the money on the deal sea so they just have to have one thing that makes me really want it. Oh yeah the cats in the steam room and just like good too and I was just like yeah. This is where twenty five dollars fats. Going Asana like for sure so I don't know if that's don't take the cats into the sun. No cats like water. It's very rare it's unit it's hang out and I mean my cat does hang out in the sun on purpose to get hot understand. My cat likes hanging out in my bathroom and shower so think she like Asana seem like it two dogs though also really quickly you just want to mention that pokemon toilet wings mini series episode. One is out now on Youtube Channel. They it's a seven minute. Long animated animated short set in the Galilee region. You see some of Leon and chairman Rosen but other characters. It's really sweet and heartwarming. And we'll get a new episode of these each month each month I was very disappointed by that. Be seven episodes. It's like well we'll finish this in seven months seven minutes. It's long yes it's like six or seven. It's it's pretty sure. The other series that they did before was only three minutes so it is longer. The voice acted. It's because really nice. The animations great. I really like the different tone. It sets compared to the regular anime series. Seems a little bit more mature because it follows stories. That isn't about Ash.

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"ashen" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"ashen" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"I came across the definition of website rank dot com the other day when I was researching for this podcast shadow? People are quote. Doc An organic phantom like bipedal figures that look just like dark shadow of a figure but don't seem to have quite full human form of facial reportedly delineation they feel very masculine and oppressive. And something that is beyond human and out of scope of understanding in quote some should it being the ones that I personally saw. When I experienced them as young teenager appeared fled absolutely fled? Back in the late seventies is living in Hamilton New Zealand and had befriended a single mom and her two daughters. They were absolutely awesome. People and the mother was really hard. If we can woman. During the theory bish she could an excellently horrendous situation. They would tell me about paranormal things that are happening in the house. They said they could see shedders running around the polls the house which terrified them. That was so scared of what was happening that all three of them would sleep in the same room at night. They told me that they would save these. Two dimensional shadow creatures. That seemed to run around the boys in the rooms particularly in the lounge. Listen to what they told me but you know at this stage in my life I was really young and immature and I certainly had no experience in this area to be able to offer them any suggestions on what to do for the home they they may not even have listened to me anyway as was just a kid one night early in the evening when I was visiting with us sue them for myself. It was actually a really interesting experience. We're watching TV and just chatting about nothing in particular. It was earlier as even about probably five thirty or six PM Liam so it was already dark outside when out of the corner of my eye on my left hand side a so a small about three foot shadow in the form of a prison but flat two dimensional looking and very very black. It's really hard to describe exactly how this being locked the the closest I can come to describe in these things that they were like paper. Cut help does you cut a figure out of a piece of paper N G use it as a base to fold paper the clothes on kids to play within these days it looked like that flat. Two dimensional. Let's seemed it really just looked like a shadow of a small person and that had been silhouetted onto the boo. So a so this being out of the coin of Ma I and once it was a way that I saw it and this was really interesting because because I recognized right then that this whatever it was had an intelligence about it and then a windows certainly enough to be a with it. I had spotted it and once it was a weird that I saw it. It begin racing around the ball just absolutely at a fantastic speed. I can't explain Blaine speed. It's up to it up but as it raced around the wall it was like it was sectioned to the pool and followed every group of each set encountered the bulls the door James Doors the skirting board on the bottom of the booze. It was just really fast and had to describe it moves so quickly quickly and as soon as I saw it move it was immediately followed by at least two others. They raised all around the room about three or four times. They went around around and around and around and around and then they just disappeared. The goals were absolutely hysterically crying. The mom was Ashen faced and I honestly was just stunned. It is one thing to hear about it and another entirely to experience it end with witnesses. The feeling that came of these beings was definitely one of fee juicing all more actually feeding off the field that they had created that they had in just in the family I was personally was just fascinated but what I was saying. I was stunned. I didn't feel any fear. I just felt shock. Even though are seeing the shadow people clearly this was a regular occurrence for the family or perhaps because of that the family was absolutely absolutely traumatized attentive stated they also had other paranormal things happening in the high. Unfortunately the family was unable to afford to move from the home for some time and win the eventually could very well no longer any issues.

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Lava gushing from Philippine volcano after eruption

First Light

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Lava gushing from Philippine volcano after eruption

"Red hot lava gushing out from a Philippine volcano after a sudden eruption of ashen steam forcing residents to flee and are also shut down Manila's airport offices and schools clouds of ash blue far north of the Taliban Queneau reaching the capital city forcing the shut down of the main airport there thousands of villagers are fleeing to safety and emergency officials say that number could swell to hundreds of

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What Podcast Newsletters Should I Subscribe To?

Feedback with EarBuds

09:33 min | 2 years ago

What Podcast Newsletters Should I Subscribe To?

"There are tons of podcasts. Newsletters out there. Some are monthly summer weekly and some are even daily since ear. Buds podcast collective was initially a newsletter. The podcast newsletter. Seen is near and dear to my heart. I become friends on and off the Internet with other newsletter writers over the past years and I wanted to give them a chance to share what they're up to some of the newsletters you'll learn about our recommendation. Roundups others are podcast industry info engines and some are a combination of both. You'll hear from these writers in their own words. All about the. Why the how the WHO you get it? All about their newsletters. I asked them to share who they are the names of their newsletters where to find them a bit more so without further. Ado Let me hand the the mic over to my podcast newsletter writer friends. Let's do this. Hi This is Sarah from the audible. Feast appetizer mine. Newsletter comes out monthly in it features the best podcast episodes. I've heard all month links to my listening logs. Right track everything. Listen to and some editorial content about stuff going on and podcast land. I especially like to feature indie shows. You can subscribe to it at audible DOT COM I. I started my website and newsletter. Back in two thousand fifteen because there weren't a lot of review sites at the time and I wanted to create a resource that went much deeper than the popular stuff on it used to be the I tunes charts. Hey ear buds fans. This is Paul Condo and I write the podcast Gumbo newsletter which recommends three main podcast podcast episodes plus a little more every Wednesday. My mom calls snarky fun and self deprecating all the recommendations are episodes. Says I love for one reason or another which is why started this newsletter. I wanted to share all the great shows that I was listening to that may be the average listener. I wasn't aware of. 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Lava gushes from Philippine volcano, forcing thousands to flee

Michael Medved

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Lava gushes from Philippine volcano, forcing thousands to flee

"Red hot lava gushing out of a Filipino volcano volcano went for sudden eruption of ashen steam forcing villagers to flee and shut down Manila airport some offices and number of schools clouds of ash flew far north of the taal volcano reaching the bustling capital of Manila forcing the shut down of the main airport do risk to airplane

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Volcano erupts near Manila, spewing smoke and ash miles into the sky

Jim Bohannon

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Volcano erupts near Manila, spewing smoke and ash miles into the sky

"Who's going to Jeff mackay reports a red hot lava is gushing out of the Philippine volcano after a certain direction of ashen steam the force villagers to flee the taal volcano is located less than forty miles from Manila when the volcano erupted authorities ordered evacuations for three nearby towns as a generated ash plumes six to nine miles into the air because of that Manila International Airport suspended arrivals and departures and experts warned another hazardous explosive eruption is

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What exactly is a river?

Robot or Not?

05:53 min | 2 years ago

What exactly is a river?

"Listening Elliott would like to know the definition of a river now. I watched a youtube video recently about this about what. The world's shortest shortest river was and the idea was that there was one place where it was a like a spring that emerges and then there's like about fifty yards it's of concrete between it in a river and then flows into the river and the argument was this is the shortest river. It starts here at the spring and it flows out and then it ends up merging with this other river her then there was another example of somewhere else in the world where there are two lakes and there was a connector between them. The water flowed from one lake into the other and that was a river that flowed between between these two bodies of water. Do you have any thoughts about what what what makes a river with depth length. Anything else that it might make something a river versus the old creek or stream. I saw that video to and does get it had definition in it which just like whatever the the cartographers definition about where it has to flow from into. But I'm just going to say it has to be some water that flows in more or less uniform direction in a skinny thing not gonna go into manmade versus. Not because I feel like if you if you dig something and it's manmade but water keeps flowing there for many many years. I mean you made a river you can. You can make a river a lake. Why can't you make a river right? Like if you dig that thing and water keeps flowing on it and then hume's become extinct and five billion years later stuff still flowing like a river it was may may it's like it's a river so the length thing though. There is a minimum length like you can't just take two uber. Bodies have ordered that are separated by one. Millimeter breakdown that one. Millimeter thing and say this is one millimeter distancing. That's a river it's like no you've just you've literally just connected to things. There is nothing in between you have to separate them by a certain amount now. What does that amount is five feet two feet? I feel like we all moralize no most of the time. Things don't get names unless they are considered significant out got to be river this whole competition for shortest rivers causing people to name things in silly ways. If it's like three inches not say this is the World Charles. Wherever that competition for short will make you name things that are not rivers to call reverse verse? That's just ridiculous like you can name give it a name or whatever but if it's like a one inch long it's not a river at all so you need some water flowing flowing through thing that I feel like has to be. I'M NOT GONNA say thinner than it is long. But it should be recognizable as a thing that stuff flows goes down And I think a lot of the things I video probably too short to be over but I think you see it could be something that you could you know. It's the the minimum like shorter than you might think especially given the with if you really want to name something. That's twenty yards long a river. Fine because you might need to have the name for that thing because you might have one body of water another body water. What do you call the thing in? Between does it belong to the left body of water the right body or if it's long enough to be significant it should have a name and you could call it a river You could get into streaming creek and all sorts of stuff like that but I feel like you know river I'm GonNa say it's generic term like dish but it is is in discussions like this especially with the shortest one. I I don't I don't think it's productive to decide whether you're going gonNA call it a creek or stream or creek. Or whatever the other various synonyms are. We're all just saying. Is this a body of water worthy of being named all right I mean I I I think this is like it's however you wanted to find it. There are things that don't look like rivers but if you trace it back it turns is at this leads into a body of water. It ends up becoming the Mississippi River. You can jump over the Mississippi River in Minnesota at the source of it because it's tiny but it becomes the Mississippi the sippy river. It's the Mississippi River and it's it's very much like how do you want to set the definitions Geography is similar to like Strana me where it's like. What's planet well? Some group could define it in some way. But there's sort of like common use and it's very different. Yeah exactly for for professionals. There has to be a hard best definition like for matmaker and stuff like that but for regular people. They don't have to know about that definition when they're discussing rivers in in general that it's it's enough to I feel like there's this is one of those not probably not a lot of debate other than the shortest river people because we most people sort of know the Monday see them at only if you're in the Profession Ashen do you start drawing those fine distinctions and holding too. I do laugh my mom lives in Arizona and we often drive over a bridge over dirt. Sort that is the Gila River and it makes me laugh every time but the fact is in the there is a wet season. They're very briefly. And if there's a monsoon or a big rainstorm or something like that you know it will water will flow underneath that thing. But and they they call it a river even though for a large portion of the year there's no water in it but water flows through there in that direction and when it does. That's that's the Yellow River and sounds to me like you're driving over the Gila river bed for the area. Most of the year. It is a place where waiting for a river. It will get here eventually. It's not here right eight now. It's a riverbed it is. It is in the river is sleeping somewhere else for the moment. I don't know about the La River though about the Riverland Terminator. Two I guess yeah. Yeah and that's that is a river that they ended up putting concrete on and and guiding where it goes and you could call it something else but it was historically a river and it's still basically also very also dry out of the time if movies for sure believed absolutely also there's underground rivers but I don't even WanNa get talk talk about that. 'cause I don't even know what that is underground railroad but a little bit different. I think it's a lot different but okay.

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"ashen" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"ashen" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Hello words welcome to this podcast called the dictionary and we are going to get right into the words i is ashen s. h. e. n. it is the i form this is an adjective from before the twelfth century of relating to or made from ash would now we have the second form of ashen it is an adjective from the fourteenth century resembling ashes as in color especially early deathly pale as in a face ashen and haggard you don't want that now we have asher with a capital l. a. this is a noun from the fourteenth century a son of jacob and the traditional eponymous ancestor of one of the tribes of israel and it does say this is hebrew asher spelled the same way but it has horizontal lines over the a and the e have you ever seen the musical old joseph and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat they i wonder if they mentioned asher because i think he might have been in that i don't know it's been a long time since i thought not all right next we have ashfall it's spelled the way it sounds but it's one word this is a noun from nineteen gene twenty-three a deposit of volcanic ash next we have ashkenazi capital a. s. h. k. e. n. a. z. i. and interesting how am i never noticed this the word nazi is in ashkenazi although it's obviously not pronounce ounce the same way i am really curious now to learn more about the word nazi and see where that came from i cannot imagine that it would be related it must be a coincidence ends but that is weird all right this is a noun from eighteen thirty nine a member of one of the two great divisions of jews comprising seeing the eastern european yiddish speaking jews compared to the word sephardi s. e. p. h. a. r. d. i and live usually heard the word steph sephardic as like an adjective form or adjectival form so i'm guessing i am jewish i should should know more about this but i'm guessing that sephardi and ashkenazi are the two the two great divisions ashkenazic is an adjective let's look at some demolished this is from it says l. heb i made is that latin hebrew or something hebrew the word ashkenazi was some extra accents and things which is from oschkenat's which is medieval rabbinical name for for germany oh interesting medieval rabbinical name for germany so i wonder how far back that goes like when did that happen so maybe maybe osh kasi and the word nazi are actually related etymologically interesting next we have adler slur a. s. h. l. a. r. this is a noun from the fourteenth century one hyun or squared stone also masonry are- of such stone number two a thin squared and dressed stone for facing a wall of rubble or brick the etymology tamala she says this is from middle english layer somehow pronounced from anglo-french isler from old french which means trav- traverse reverse beam or travers beam that is from i sell which is a diminutive of ice a i s which is not pronounced that way which means plank from the latin axis which is an alternative of assis a. s. s. i. s. how fascinating was that next we have ashore am i going through this too quickly or too slowly let me know i feel like i'm talking fast but there's a lot to get through this is an adverb from circa fifteen thirty six on or to the shore ashore next we have the conjunction as how that is to ooh separate words this is from seventeen forty one and we just have the synonym vat t. h. a. t. as in allowed as how she was glad to be here i don't even know what that means next we have ashram osh rom i think there's a few different ways to pronounce it a. s. h. r. m. this is a noun from nineteen seventeen one eight secluded dwelling willing of a hindu sage also the group of disciples instructed their number to a religious retreat yeah i have have heard ashram used a lot before i don't know if i've ever heard it used in its original meaning but but yes i have heard of it this is from sanskrit aas rama which is from sarah which means religious exercise and but now we have ash director capital a. s. h. t. o. r. e. t. h. this is a noun from eighteen fifty five and we have the synonym i don't know how to pronounce exactly start a s. t. a. r. t. it's like the word start with an a. at the beginning and an e at the end i guess it could also be pronounced a start day but that seems weird this is hebrew through from the word asterisk next we have ash tray in the last episode we had ash can but this is ash tray trey all one word this is a noun from eighteen seventy six a receptacle for tobacco ashes and for cigar and cigarette butts next we have asher capital a. s. h. u. r. this is a noun from fifteen eighty nine the chief deity of the a syrians this is from the acadian word and acadian is a k. k. a. d. i a. n. asher okay s. h. u. r. next we have ash wednesday the first letter of each word is capitalised this this is a noun from the fourteenth century the first day of lent and then it says see the easter table i have never participated in lent i know a lotta people who do they give up something for a while i think it's forty days and yeah i i don't do that next we have ashley a. s. h. y. this is an adjective from the fourteenth century one of or relating to ashes number two we we have these synonym ashton which we read in oh i think it was the beginning of this episode yep that was the very start of this episode next we have a sl all caps this is an abbreviation for airspeed indicator next next we have to go with a capital a this is a noun from nineteen thirty eight a pungent hard yellow cheese jeez of italian origin suitable for grading i didn't realize it had to have a capital a but i guess it is the name of a thing and and this is from the town in italy called ozzy ago that'd be fun to visit next we have asian capital a. s. a n this is the first form of two it's an adjective from fifteen fifty of relating to or characteristic of the continent of asia or it's people now we have the second form of asian it is a noun from fifteen fifty five one a native or inhabitant of asia up to a person of asian descent this just sort of reminds me that i'm not saying that these words are are good or bad i mean i know you know the term oriental is definitely something that we should not be using anymore but it reminds me that this book is a little on the old side if i remember correctly and so- updating it might be a good idea at some point but i just really wanted to say that a apologies if i read anything that you are offended by that is obviously not my intention i'm just reading the book books like this do get updated and should get updated as as the meaning around words words change and so just i just want you to know that and i might be updating this at some point okay now we have asian american there is they hyphen the as at the front are capitalized this is a noun from nineteen seventy-three and american of asian descent asian american is also oh an adjective now we have asian elephant this is a noun from eighteen eighteen we have the one b definition for the word elephant next we have asian flu this is a noun from nineteen fifty seven influenza that is caused by a subtype of the orthomixomicrovirus the mix of virus causing influenza a. and that was responsible for about seventy thousand deaths in the US in the influenza pandemic of nineteen nineteen fifty seven to nineteen fifty eight called also asian influenza and the subtype mentioned at the beginning was h to end to next we have asian pear this is a noun from nineteen eighty-three any of various pairs chiefly or chiefly of japanese and the chinese origin that have crisp juicy flesh usually resemble an apple in shape and typically have yellow brown or green skin i just thought it was funny that it says crisp juicy flesh because it sounds like it's you're eating a human or something but it's not it's a pair next we have asian tiger mosquito this is a noun from nineteen eighty six a black and white striped asian mosquito that is a vector of several diseases as dengue and has been introduced in the US into the US thanks for introducing it to the US the the scientific name for the asian mosquito is ides's elbow practice a. e. d. e. s. and then elbow practice literally is spelled how you think it might be next we have asia attic this is an adjective from sixteen in oh two and this is interesting it actually says in italics sometimes offensive so i appreciate you saying that and what else so the actual definition just has the synonym asian and so if you're using it instead of saying asian if you say asia attic then that could possibly be offensive and then it says asia attic the original one is an adjective it could also be a noun which is also sometimes offensive so don't don't use that next we have asia attic cholera cholera is c. h. o. l. e. r. a. this is a noun from eighteen thirty one cholera of asian origin that is caused by virulent strains of the cholera vibrio and scientific name for that is vibrio cholerae next and last word for this episode is basically a repeat of something earlier it's AG attic elephant earlier we had asian elephant i'm pretty sure those elephants do get offended by that word asiatic so really don't say that in front of them this is a noun from eighteen oh three and again we have the one b definition for the word elephant so that is all the words i think i may have to pick a what do i want to pick ooh there there's a lot of good ones in here there's there's words words and things i'm just going to pick ashkenazi as the word of the episode because partly because i mean for all i know i'm probably part ashkenazi ozzy or sephardic i don't really know i haven't done my DNA testing but the guy that i mentioned a lot on this podcast sometimes marc maron he did his DNA testing thing and it came up a high percentage of ashkenazi jew but also just super interested in the fact that the word nazi is in there air so i really want to dig more into the etymology of ashkenazi and nazi and see if they branch off at some point or something like that and there are lots of options for instagram post so maybe i'll do a whole bunch of 'em go check out my instagram and see what you find a right that's the end of the episode thank you very much for listening and until next.

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At War with Fashion: World War II, an interview with Stuff You Missed in History Class

Dressed: The History of Fashion

11:50 min | 2 years ago

At War with Fashion: World War II, an interview with Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Alrighty today listeners we once again have one of my favorite guests ever Abra Callahan back to talk about some fashion history welcome back to the podcast April how thank you I think I'm blushing right now thank you for having me I'm always delighted to talk to you because you always have cool information and today we are GonNa talk about Ashen as a form of rebellion but not necessarily in the sense that people might think of in terms of young people bending rules but an actual historic goal moment in time which is France during the German occupation in World War Two An April lecture on this particular topic at Yale some years back and kind enough to share the notes on it with me so it seemed like just way too rich and cooler topic to let go by without doing a show on it so I I have to ask you what by Utah Research French fashion during the German occupation yes shirt so I think I mentioned this last time I was on the show but the intersection of war fashion has always been kind of one of my special interests as a fashion historian how does fashion react in times of crisis to me this is a really fast the question and a lot of really creative interesting things happen to fashionable clothing Andress during these periods of extreme conflict when people are are forced to balance the basics assist subsistence that's required for their daily lives with this innate human desire to outwardly defined in our selves to others as human beings closing of course one of the main ways that we practice defining ourselves to others So a few years ago I I was invited to speak at the supposing that you referenced at Yale it was actually on street style so I decided I didn't really want to speak about contemporary street style because I figured my fellow presenters we're going to cover this with great prowess I wanted to do something a little bit different so I started digging back a bit and I became entirely smitten with how these Frenchmen were using fashion during the Nazi occupation as really active form of political resistance ever since then this is something I've been into end I actively collect both French and German fashion magazines from the time period basically nineteen thirty nine tonight team forty five and to some it may seem a little bit odd for the idea of clothing and specifically style to be a really vital aspect of a country wartime experience but this really really was a massive concern in France when the German occupation began. Can you talk about why that was the case yeah yeah I think that thinking about fashion and were together Qassim absolutely antithetical at first and I'm GonNa be fairly generally here when I say that many people you fashion as sort of frivolous unnecessary luxury and they don't give due weight to its role in our economy but fashion is truly a cog in this wheel of capitalism for capitalism to work the desire to consume has to be sparked and the fashion system is a catalyst for uniting consumers desires to replace still useful objects with a new one that are perceived to be more in line with the current mode and this is a huge part of what drives the marketplace but in terms of France the Sun King himself Louis the fourteenth recognize the significance of fashion way way back in the seventeenth century and I'm talking to sixteen hundreds here and he started actively had aggressively cultivating France of luxury industries as a way to strengthen his nation's economy and then what happened over the ensuing century France really established breath as if arbiter of style for the whole rest of the world so by the time we're war to happen by the nineteen forties there was an internet snow cash a associated with all things French and especially French clothing fashion was there for both a matter of economic stability for the country three but also a matter of national pride so it's not really that surprising that it was hot topic when the Germans seized control of a large in France and also with resources in nineteen forty and I mentioned resources these resources were super important to the German to keep their war machine functioning it required all sorts of basic things like food metal fuel it required wall and leather for clothing and for parachutes so under the terms of the armistice the Germans retained the right to make demands Francis raw materials and and this pertains this is what happens a system of rationing starts to be implemented fuel was the first thing to go air F- three months into the occupation food started being rationed foodstuffs like meat bread milk butter and egg it's really basic things sugar also those became subject to rationing but more important to what we're talking about now later that year the Nazis instituted restrictions governing and manufacture and sale clothing and you mentioned in your in your paper that they set up this point system mm for allocating wardrobe vouchers and I'm really curious how exactly that worked and moreover how it was received by the French and then also talk a little bit about a trend called system D and I want you to talk about how that arose from this whole voucher situation yeah sure so oh the bachelor system works was or worked was each French citizen who held a food ration card because the food ration system was implemented I and they were also issued coupons which totaled thirty points and this is where their annual clothing consumption so were you to go into a store of g peak to buy something you would have to present your coupon and also pay for the pay for the pike for the garment or accessory and this allotment is number how they find the points the value system to things this is really barely at subsistence level so if you in a single year purchased one wool skirt one short sleeve blouse and a pair of cotton stockings this was essentially all you could right here that was it so you can imagine how this is really demoralizing to the French fashion had been part of their national identity for seven injuries this is this is something that they're very proud about and and and four so what emerged in the wake of this clothing restrictions system is really super inspiring to me at least a lot of French women decided that they were not gonNa take this lying down down it was really important to them that they re retain reputation for Sheikh and they started coming up with all sorts of creative workaround to these clothing restrictions the first tactic they employed became known day and French pronunciation or system D you know it wasn't choice A. B. or C. Choice D- Was your fourth option you know the one that you had very little choice the to accept and what it was was a more extreme form of the American campaign that got Bob make do and mend from the same time period and both of these campaigns encouraged the recycling the reuse and repurposing Garmin it's so for instance they would take old sweaters and unravel them for the yard and then renewed them into new garments or a man's old you be ripped open at the seems to be used for the textiles and re cut until boy suit or maybe a woman's jacket women would take lace or trimmings off old garments that couldn't be repaired and then transfer them onto new garments but one of the funny most interesting examples of systemic day the I've seen there was a detailed and a French fashion magazine which provided the really detailed instructions like practically step by step of how to take it ugh hair groomed from long haired breeds like poodles and how to spin and carpet and turn into knitting yarn that's fan tastic it is and I imagine if you had rabbits he would be set with Angora and I'm also wondering one I have to say I love system day in terms of just the DIY angle to it is so as you said it's very inspiring and it's sort of charming even though it's really a very I'm gonNA use the over word term fierce but it it really is it's such a dig him like just digging in your heels and going nope you cannot dictate what we wear we're gonNA find our own way I love it so because I am a crafty beast I'm particularly fascinated by system day and how in contrast to the make-do-and-mend movement

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"ashen" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"ashen" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The name but right now Greta right off just just kind of walked right into the ditch for no reason I'm looking at that going yep on his phone or her phone for sure how often are you guys in numbers wise maybe you're in each could comment about your regions how often are you seeing just these random off not named maybe a fatality but just the random off the road looks you went into the slough how many of those are you seeing it happens like I said we don't have those those icy roads and we don't have any other real conversation factor for it what else could it be you know maybe they were fatigue and callously could it be the phone and distracted them and you know when you're running what ninety feet a second or more it doesn't take long and you're over that twelve foot shoulder injury that DH and ended up slow so we do see it on occasion but I I don't know that it gets to that I think more often than not it's it's the phone calls that come in and the calls of the weaving drivers just had one yesterday that comes to mind to where this lady was yeah and and you know what I'll call that motor is back and and and have them leave me essentially right to them and she had that tone in her voice to where I knew when I was fifteen miles away this is a serious call we respond to a mall but this one here had more to it yeah yeah I was able to make contact with that commercial driver and yeah he said he was looking at a G. P. S. almond ashen and looking at the house in the ditch and but none the less I mean we took enforcement action on it and the interesting thing is see a video of it so I was kind of kind of interesting to see that she herself had to have the proof of him down the center of the road so we had a couple of text in let's get to our Bob in and what for before before we get to those no driving on the phone Bob what's on your mind I'm not an answer before all the guys I don't texting and driving is young people if I get a phone call I might and hello all I might be able to talk on that phone while I'm driving or is that you go also as distracted driving yeah yeah no as long as you know if you're if you're an adult you know it didn't like the the the heat as I told you about your you're free to answer that phone while you're driving but you still need you know it is your responsibility to drive your vehicle.

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"ashen" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

11:51 min | 3 years ago

"ashen" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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How blockchain technology could help developing countries creative sector

UN News

04:22 min | 3 years ago

How blockchain technology could help developing countries creative sector

"This is Matt wells at UN news while with growth of fourteen percent per year in China alone. So called creative industries sector that includes everything from fashion design to carnivals could be game changer for emerging economies. In new report by the United Nations conference on trade and development or tired suggests in an interview with Sarah and Bangui from your news. The agency's Pamela coke Hamilton explains that these countries need to put sufficient digital safeguards in place such as blockchain technology to reap the full benefits. Creative industries includes music ashen audiovisual film jewelry design food advertising marketing cartoons animation. Anything that involves the creativity aspect of our work festivals? Of course carnival which everybody loves and so on how is the market doing for China? Very well. They have they have grown exponentially. In the last thirteen years thirty two billion. They were there at one sixty point five billion the rest of the countries are growing slower, but still going Moffat. They're going up four point three to five percent, which is incredible given that there was a downturn in international economic sphere. And consequently goods fell, but the creative industry continued to grow would suggest that it is an area that we ought to pay attention to. How can we explain China's lead in creative industries compared to other countries such as United States, South Korea? I would say the Chinese growth was four times that of the United States. It's a combination of factors one China has put in place over a very long period of time an economy that's been able to out produce other countries you add to that. Now, the intellectual property that's been transferred there in terms of design in terms of creativity by other countries, they have been able to know Marshall all of that to be able to. Re-export Selena essence, they have garnered the best of both worlds both on the production side, and on the creativity side. So that they've been able to show growth in that area much higher than other countries have fourteen percent per annum, you mentioned blockchain could you elaborate a bit on the how it will help developing countries economies innocence, what the blockchain does is it creates transparent process by which the person from the very beginning of the chain. All the way to the very end is able to see where their product is going home. It is being an in a way it tends to take out the middleman, which is also very important. So the ability to make money from your product the ability to protect IP rights of your product. This is done through digital certification. The ability to get the funds back to you through the online money, mechanisms etc are facilitated by blockchain, whereas the mechanisms now don't allow and so what you find is a lot of creatives do not get one there. I p protect. Action to their royalties or three the kind of monetization that they need. The assumption is that if developing countries are able to put these mechanisms in place, then their ability to track the monetization of their creative property will be much better than it. Currently is because what's happening now is that as you move to for example, the downloads for itunes unsawn. We lose a lot of money, we produce music. It goes to the international eight Younes or whoever, you know, the streaming platforms. They make most of the money on that. So the attempt is to see how we can bring back clawbacks some of the funds out there by creating these blockchain mechanisms to bring the money back. What's the future and challenges when it comes to creativity shoot? What's the next step two steps? I would say one is to get the debt, for example, one of the major countries I find that's missing. Here's Trinidad and Tobago. They have one of the best and most famous carnivals in the world. They're not in here, we need to get countries to collect the data and to report. So what we have. Do is help them find mechanisms to do. So the second area is how do we get them to leapfrog to the digital platform to the digital space and put in place regulations. And mechanisms I think those are the two challenges that we have I think that the creative industry has the potential to be a game changer further developing countries, but we have to grasp the opportunity, and we have to make it a priority.

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