18 Burst results for "Ashra"

"ashra" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"ashra" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"I did. I started it really young and now for a quick break to tell you about one of our new show partners neutral. Joel you know we talk a lot about the power of good hair day and something. We haven't chatted about a lot that affects so many women is hair loss. I know that we've definitely received a ton of DMZ about this topic. And I just read a stop that apparently thirty million women experience hair loss on. I was shocked by that number. And nearly half of all women experience it by the age of forty well neutral fall is here for anyone who hasn't felt seen in the past. It's a line of hundred percent. Drug free oral supplements to help provide healthy hair growth and wellness all from the inside out actually one of the CO founders of neutral fall is doctor Sophy Cogan. And she's a doctor herself who started losing her hair with the emotional and physical stress of her residency in medical school. And I can tell you. I've known friends who have gone through very stressful times and their hair actually fell out to the point where I actually help a friend go wig shopping before her wedding for this very reason well apparently high levels of the stress hormone cortisol can impact the hair growth cycle which is why neutral formulated their products with Ashra Gonda. It's an adopted Jin. That's meant to help with that. And even if you're not experiencing thinning hair you guys like I don't really have thinning hair but I shed a ton. I'm going to start using neutral fall because I just want healthier fuller hair. Overall and seventy seven percent of women saw improvement in ninety days. So that's really impressive results. Yeah so we've got an exclusive just for you guys if you want to check it out for yourself you can grow thicker healthier hair and support our show by going to neutral fall.

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"ashra" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A race. The stigma of mental health care. We aim to create a community of support and we aim to stop the suicides nine four hire drivers in New York City took their own lives last year, unable to make ends meet while the companies they work for make billions driver Ashra Zime says he will take part in tomorrow morning's Uber strike, I know. His misery fielding. A what can be you know, that showing this be nation vite? So that you don't something comes in the limelight is that highlighted, and this is taken cattle in Long Island city Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eighty celebrating birthdays is open democracy ballgame he might be running for president mayor Bill de Blasio is fifty eight. From the bottom of my heart, you annoying, and you should go away. Mr. warmth queens, born comedian, the late legendary Don Rickles would have been ninety three today. Singer Gary glitter is seventy five Melissa Gilbert of little house on the prairie is fifty five. And he says forty four and. Singer Philip Bailey earth, wind and fire. Sixty eight hit is twelve fifty one time now for our digital pro by now, you know, the Prince, Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed their first child, a boy Estee and also by now scammers and.

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"ashra" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"You down to relax. You see feel good? You feel ready for sleep? And so you actually do get better sleep. She actually do you know fall asleep faster. So he cut all those things out. I mentioned that earlier I want I want to bring that up again, just get all the blue lights out of your rooms, you know, before you go to sleep, obviously, if you have your laptop they're just shut it off. If you have your cell phone put it on airplane mode. Also, make sure the wife actually when. You put it on airplane mode WI fi shuts off automatically. So that's when you put it on wifi chips off, the cell signal and also the wifi, and then of course, the bluetooth, which should be off anyways for most people because I don't think most people use bluetooth like well me, I'm just speaking for myself, actually. So maybe some people do use bluetooth, but make sure the bluetooth shut off as well. She want all three of those signals shut off. So there's no EMS in your room. All three of those things combined can help out a ton with your sleep and also the melatonin production, which is huge. So that said number eight take supplements and vitamins if needed there's so many good supplements out there that actually can help with sleep. I currently don't actually have any the well. Yeah. So I don't know I'm going I'm going off in a random tangent talking to myself when I shouldn't be so the supplements, I take supplements that I take before sleep. There's so many out there that that work. Well, but the ones that is specifically take or magnesium. About three hundred milligrams calcium carbonate, what is it? Six hundred milligrams. Six hundred milligrams so three hundred MAG six hundred calcium. What else we got Ashra Gonda? I take twelve hundred milligrams Ashra gone to rip for sleep and Valerian route four hundred and fifty milligrams of the Larry in and also melatonin and I personally. Take twenty milligrams of melatonin and some people would say that's ridiculously high. That's crazy. I've done research into melatonin and have tested this and actually have been doing this now for a couple of years. And I think it's probably one of the best decisions I've ever made with sleep..

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Search continues for the missing after horrific Alabama tornadoes

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Search continues for the missing after horrific Alabama tornadoes

"President Trump has approved a disaster declaration for the state county. Sheriff Joe Jones says as many as eight people are unaccounted for the search efforts are continuing way have been able to nail the searches down from eight Baud spectrum of the area down to specific areas. The tornado cut a path of destruction a mile wide and twenty four miles long. Red Cross spokesperson Ashra human survivors need food shelter in time to take a lot of morning that has to take place as I said a lot of property and home. And of course, light just try to see what the benefits are wonderful community

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"ashra" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Your Twitter. You can tweet at us. Love hearing from you and the green deal that is being rolled out. It is. It's just again it. All sounds wonderful. Right. Like everybody's getting a unicorn it's utopia. Everybody's getting a job guarantee. They're getting a house guarantee. They're getting healthcare guarantee. The world is going to be run on renewable energy and like unicorn farts, it's all going to be fantastic. And we're going to get rid of like Cal flatulence. We're going to do all of this wacky. And it just sounds so great. It's all about social Justice and all of this stuff. But somebody's got to pay for it. And Chuck Todd. Here's the one thing. I'll say is she she's got her. She's got her posse. She's got her internet posterior Twitter posse and you'd better watch out because they will come for you. I found that out today when I tweeted something out I've got a few not so nice messages from people because how dare you challenge her because she was a barista eighteen months ago. So she's talking about Chad. Now, very nice, but they do ask your questions because even though they may like look climate change. We can we can discuss a lot of the stuff on the surface of it. There are some things in there. Agree with right? We need to take better care for too long business has got away with doing stuff. But, but but just as I say that already article nothing to post today that the people on the climate panel that are Democrats have received almost a quarter of a million dollars from fossil fuel companies for God's sakes. There's that crony capitalism that comes in right? And here's the beauty of all a lot of this stuff because people are socially active on the interwebs companies have checked themselves more than they ever have before. And that some of that market working right there. But Chuck Todd Ashra some real questions the president spent a lot of time on the using the S word. And socialist. Flatter. Okay. Fair enough. You are democratic socialists. Can you may democratic socialist and capitalist? I think it's possible. I say on on the capitalist. But I don't say that if anything I would say, I'm I believe in in a democratic economy. But but the, but is there so the buddies they're nice little, but too. But there's looks pretty let's be real. I'll say it again. And I'll say it over and over again, if she's three bills were not having any of this conversation. Can we all agree on that? Can we? Yes, we can. Yes. We can what does the private sector do better than you know, that the private sector the government should stay out of Acas sector. Does that better? Yeah. I think there's a lot of things there's a lot of consumer goods where the private sector works. I'm just because you're in the private sector. Does it you can be in the private sector and be democratically socialist business worker cooperatives are a perfect example of that? It's not about God. Takeover. It's about how much do workers have a say in your business. Well, I don't know. How much do they have a say? Right. Remember all the stuff that she's she's getting all of this. Plummets from the people. There are some people out there that are afraid they're Democrats out there that go along because they understand they don't have. And if you look at like perfect example, as you look at some of these people that are getting behind your they're getting behind her because the retribution that they may get if they don't follow. Her not only follow a lot of what she has to say. But actually, follow her on the Instagram and the Twitter and all of these kind of things they they are because they're coming coming hard for you. If you don't see you gotta get in line. Even though off the record you like this is insane. Right this. This stuff's crazy. You look at our Twitter following and you look at a lot of these things, you know, like, wow, her Instagram, her Graham Graham rolling, but she's got her posse. Put what do they do? How much how much say do? They have right. How much say should should work. I don't know. I want input from from person that works for me..

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"ashra" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"This is where Lantis sold at this particular point in time. If operas dash Bill south. Everywhere in between Ellen Fitz. Talk and music L, how can fix we are back with the most creatively named podcast in all of the land. L and Fitz. Talking news. Back by nobody's demand. But. L Dunkin Jason Fitz together Ellen Fitz talking music. There's a sign on the door right next to us. It says it's very important. You don't suck today as well. Tag goals. That's what we, you know, there's no reading no math in this one. So I think I stand a chance L Dunkin. I haven't seen a few weeks anybody missed it. We last week's episode. We posted my full interview with imagine dragons before the national championship game. Thank you. I'll take my now because it was spectacular. Appreciate. Oh, she's not clapping. But I am. So make sure you. Yeah. Great. It was great. We are back as we are heading into championship weekend in the NFL. And we've got a lot that we're going to get to the course of the show. Some of this is heavy. We wanna hit on our Kelly will do that in a minute before we get there. There's been developments done. In halftime. All right. And so obviously we had some arguments before about what they should do at halftime. And I'm squarely on that. Hey, you know, cities don't matter halftime shows matter, and so whether it's because of the city or whether it's because of the Pandey pig. I liked maroon five when they were banned in when they were just Adam Levine's backup. Yeah. Like karaoke track. Anyway, I don't know if they realized that they weren't doing the services to the city or they weren't doing a service to those of us watching what they've finally decided to add some pieces to the halftime show. They did it like it was it reeked of like like someone at the higher up positions that are in the positions to hire. Like someone's grand kid like calling them and be like you need some hip hop. So they I had Travis Scott, which is fine. He is one of the most relevant. Hip. Hop artists. Right now, huge artists, obviously like loved his out Ashra world was huge this year from Houston. Not from Alanna. All good. They wanted to bring some swag. So they're like, okay. Hey, we have to like like not soccer mom this up to the to the hill. So let's bring in Travis Scott, then I think they realize people weren't upset because they just didn't have a rapper in Atlanta. They were upset because they didn't have any Atlanta artists. And so they said, okay. Well, who's more Atlanta than outcasts can't get all of outcast? But we can get big boys. So they have since added big boy to the halftime show. You look, I don't know if the world wherever here this comment because frankly, kyri smarter than I am. And he may just press the dump button here it feels a little bit. Like the NFL walked in there. Like, no, no, no guys. I got a black friend. Yeah. Feels like it feels like they got called on. Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait, wait. No. Yeah. People. I I've got a black friend. A great song or whatever the polaroid song shaking like a picture. Yeah. I know that one there. Okay. So here's why I hate it. And I don't hate it. Because I hate these artists. I hate it. Because. One thing we have learned collaborations in halftime shows are very difficult. Let's peek behind the curtain number one and just admit to the world, something you need to know. Halftime shows aren't live and anybody that doesn't realize that state pull your head out of the sand. Because here's the way halftime shows work at the Super Bowl. They can't wheel a stage out and plug in ninety eight imports or whatever a hundred inputs and know that they've tested them and got them. All right. So remember if you years ago when flee and chili peppers got busted because they were like, oh, he didn't even plug in his base. Did it never occur to anybody in that performance? That Bruno Mars stuff was also retract because the halftime show has to be an exact amount of time. Right..

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"ashra" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"And it makes it feel allies because you're walking on top of it. Yeah. Yeah. So you actually on a plank or whatever you put in and you're seeing a plank and the game and it. It really tricks. Your brain does a job. It does a great job of. This sounds horrify. It's kind of awesome. Yeah. I was I'm not good with the height stuff like before the real life. I think it's great. And I really I like things like this that like could simulate things that people would be afraid of and you can you know, confront them. And like, I say way here, it seems like a great thing. Like, if you've got family or something over that doesn't play video games. Like, hey, just check this thing out and stand on his board. What happens if you walk off you fall, I fell it? What happens here? Earned it just kind of white light like. Yeah. You're linda. Off. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. They have this weird like jetpack firemen mode that I tried to. But I I think the stars really the the plank thing, it's a very novel VR thing that I will show to more people. It's interesting that they're having you measure stuff in your house. Bring him in also that people just have planes. Yeah. I was just trying to think where am I going to get a plank? I've got this thing lay down fucking tearing my coffee table apart to get like the right link of would to get scared to reality. That's interesting. Yeah. Yeah. I thought it was cool someday. Maybe we'll be able to do VR in the studio. Also, I hooked up PlayStation VR, the one that I bought the the sale along with half an Asian. And Nassar Biden moss and played Astra button. They continued to be fantastic games. Played a little more of tetris VR, very little. I think I'm still halfway on. Yeah. Play my outside, or it is great either way another way I finally jumped in and played some more thumper envious. Yeah. Because I was kind of one of the first PSV our experiences. I played it before I played it since like that game came out, and I had been spending hours and hours with it. And. Gosh. Yeah. That is a real intense way to play that game that. Yeah. I don't know if I have PlayStation, if you have it's probably super cheap. Now. I should check about I'm so there are a couple other like PlayStation VR experiences. I started looking through like would be fun. Put the kids in VR. They loved it. Listen, don't some in the mail paradigm. But like. Was blown away. Really just like turning around three sixty in moss was loud. Like, I can see this behind me. I know it's cool. She's like, this is awesome. Our brains broken. Now, you know that plank thing is on PSE are now don't do that your kids like that that. Yeah. No. Because they know they're safe, obviously, no. Credit? I don't think. I'm good. No. Okay. They also like we've been doing like, okay. Well, we only like fifteen minutes or twenty minutes in here at a stretch. Right. Which is smart. But they rule you like the moss and Ashra by. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And so we went in and we played the demo that comes with it. And it's totally. I don't think you are. I realized but astronaut is like a there's a mid version of that. Right. Is VR world's thing. Yeah. Yeah. Which is interesting. I don't think or I didn't realize that they had just put a small version of that game..

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"ashra" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on What's Good Games

"I don't know. What is like what would you call? If I make a Banda's platformer but with shooting. Actually, I am shooting platformer. I think because of how many people loved it. I think dead cells gonna win this one I was actually thinking because like far cry. I think was a little underwhelming. And also was like right next to God of war wish. Bad bad. Look, I think call of duty. I mean, call Judy could win this should they shut out of a words all the time because they're the popular kid who makes all the money doesn't mean the game as bad, obviously, they're popular for a reason. I think I'm going to say call of duty because this is the first game where there's no single player campaign. So everyone was focused on all those multiplayer modes, and so I'm going to say that okay? I do for whatever reason makes no sense. I do think dead cells. I think a lot of people were talking about it. And I think it probably is the most not unique. But interesting on this list. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. That's why I'm voting for it as well. Despite the fact that we voted for destiny to forsaken. And the reason we voted y'all voted for because I did that for destiny on anything. I would just like to say that's fine. That's fine. I'm talking about the group if it means that you got over rule. I do we voted for because the thing that keeps destiny players coming back to spite whatever misteps they have creatively, or content wise is how amazing the combat is executed in that game. But I don't think that they are going to win. I really think that like of duty people love to hate destiny. So I think that's gonna take our next category. Best VR AR game. This was tough because I've played a lot of tetris effect after we voted. So the nominees are Ashra bought rush. Skew mission beat sabre firewall zero hour moss and tetris effect. So we've noted for moss and full disclosure. We've noted for boss, not just because we think or excuse me, we voted not because they are somebody who supports the show. But because we truly believe that what they did was innovative in the VR space that they created a VR game for virtually fertile reality designed specifically to be played in virtual reality not a game that can be played without the headset on and then you put the headset on it adds to the experience or gain that was.

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"ashra" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

The Giant Beastcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast

"Gaming fucking at bringing the headset on Monday, you should play it. It is one of my favorite three. I'm actually getting to the point. Now where I'm thinking if those things go on sale again black Friday between moss. The you're talking of Ashra Bhatt resident evil. Oh, it's good. If somebody were to make luminous inteterests, that's a good thing. That would be great Morty VR, which I know you do what would dig dog PSV are I feel very fortunate to work here. And I get to take it home. When I would like and try it and played at work, and like I have access to these having to buy it. But I find it so cumbersome like set up and put away, and there's no convenient nice way to be like I'm gonna set this on a shelf and have it looked nice 'cause they're all these cables like an extra box. And it's like a clunky. Big thing that I wish was a little more streamlined. It's kind of a pain especially because like we're going back and forth between PS four and bianca's PS four frequently. So it's like, oh God, I got to unplug it from the ball. I gotta fucking take to place TV headphones in here. You can't keep it in line though. Like, the new ones supports to the you can keep it in line. Keep it in light like. Which going between PlayStations I do. Very specific circuit say, I have taken our PS VR home for like a week or two and like have left it. And it's still like there's a lot of cable a lot of extra stuff. It's not just like easy to like bundle and put in a drawer or like set on shelf. And have it looked nice like it's pretty comfort web of shit. Also that we have the Oculus vibe. And I'll say that the PS four is probably like the least cumbersome one of all of them Oculus. You've got the two five you're drilling. Yeah. The wireless world and the magic. Let's not in that. Again. I'll say that like I did not like PS VR. I did not see its potential or anything for a long time. I thought that they had their their launch lineup that was fairly weak. I wasn't really interested in anything. And I thought it was just going to kind of die on the vine like, you know, move and everything. But now the potential of like if they made aluminum luminous game in VR and also asked her about and stuff like resin evil and everything I'm starting to like if you don't have a PC, and you don't want to be with Oculus and five shit, or whatever I think there are starting to be arguments for PS PSBR. I really love a lot of the games. I've played on PS VR. I think I personally would probably wait for like a slim PS VR like. Like like, you know. Slightly less cumbersome version of my estimation of this is that I mean as an inconsistent is PS VR has been I think that the chances of it like fully taking off this generation that's done. That's just not going to happen. But I hope is that it does those hits have done. Well, enough for them that they will want to pursue this with the next generation, whatever their next iteration of hardware is going to be I just feel so excited because for once I feel like I'm playing like for years, we were saying, okay, when we're going to get past this tech demo part of yard because all this stuff is cool. But like once the novelty wears I'm past it entire not at all. But like after playing astronaut, it was the first time, it was like this is a full ask game that is largely great due to the way it uses VR, and it's not just that. But like really use it smart the whole way through. It is reinvigorated my them for VR some stuff. I think like I said if I see it come down to like one fifty or something like that. Or even let's say if it came close to one hundred hundred twenty five dollars, I might think about pulling the trigger. I I don't have the room in my sad sad. But like I have a house. I don't have the room for room scale. So like the PS we are on the couch. I've seen Abby do it perfectly. Every time the schedule listed never never ever breaks. It works. Pretty well..

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"ashra" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Perfect age to embrace yourself with proximity. Get around places that are doing what you wanna do and get mentor by people that are doing what you wanna do. Whether they're in the office or outside of the office. But that's your path forward right now. That's all you gotta do. It's that simple. You know, you of business strategy. So, you know, again on the on the research side of things what companies in your area. Have a real component to strategy where they've multiple positions. Maybe there's a high level strategy officer you come in and with your background mechanical engineer who loves business and has some business at least accurate as relates to what you're reading what you're studying you come and say, hey, look, I just want you to to mentor me I'll come in and I'll start really low level here. I think that's very exciting. And then you're gonna look up at twenty seven twenty eight and you're gonna be way ahead of everybody else. Your age who didn't understand the principle of proximity the proximity principle, you haven't heard it, folks. Share it with you just says this in order to do what I wanna do. I've got to be around people that are doing it and places where it is happening. It's amazing. It's an absolute advantage. It's a game changer. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number if you'd like to jump in on the conversation this show is for you. We believe that you have something that the world needs. We're here to help. You figure out what it is map out a plan to get there. And then get their up next is Steve who's on the line in Houston, Texas. Steve you're on the Ken Coleman show. Now, are you? I'm great Steve. How are you? Well, I'm doing pretty good just wanted to take a moment and say, thank you for everything that you do you're feeling tremendous need help there right now at appreciate everything that you restless staff to well. Thank you so much. How can I help you today? Well, I'm giving you a call because I'm kind of having what I think is kind of strange problem. I'm actually doing something right now, which I enjoy but after reading the book halftime by Bob Buford, my wife, and I just had a started asking. And some big life questions, and you know, we're not really feeling satisfied and what we're doing. We're thinking about changing directions. But when I sit down, and I started asking myself some of the questions that you talk about on this show. I just have trouble Ashra knows. I I'm I don't know if it's a mental block or if there's a if there's something else. That's just you know, maybe I'm just confused about you know, what I need to be doing That that makes make sense. sure does I think it's hard for people sometimes to answer those questions on their own. So do you know what your passion is have you ever been able to identify at least clues towards those areas? I'm assuming you're having a challenge with both the talent and the passion or is it just one of the other. It actually is more of a problem with the passions talents. I think or I'm sorry. Yeah talents. I think I've got a pretty good handle on. I I'm pretty good with with with fixing things and trouble shoot. They like working with my hands. I enjoy working with -nology, which is why do it now? But as far as as passions go that's where I'm having the problem. I don't know. What I'm trying to figure out what difference as something? That's an interest between Serb something that's a passionate because I have a lot of different interests that are you know, kinda far apart. Yeah. I think you're over thinking it, I think you just said it and so for me to define a passion is very simple. It brings me joy it brings me joy..

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"ashra" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thank you for having meetings with our ball reporter for. Alaska's energy desk. Alaska public media in Anchorage. We have a couple of minutes before you have to go to the break. Eight four four seven two four eight two five five let's go to media, Pennsylvania. Hi, jim. Hello. Hi there. Going with dead. There was. Question is a simple question. Did he turn? They have a city exist anywhere in the country. They have to have wastewater treatment programs set up to handled the population. Why do we not have that anywhere for a poultry farms beef development forms? Anything that you know, excretes waste should be forced to go through a waste treatment program. They should not even allow them to be built unless they have those accesses there, and you know. Taking care of people were getting sick, the red tide exist because of wastewater treatment till you think you think should be an issue them. I'm ballots everywhere. Oh, definitely definitely if if they can if they have to have wastewater treatment for people's excrement. Why don't they have it for critters? Now, we saw that come into play a little bit at least get some attention during the last hurricane that went through North Carolina. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. One of the hazards of those storms is that they can breach containment walls and systems and you can get even bigger contamination. If you have farms where their waste ends up spread all over the place in the wake of a storm. Now, we saw that with with Ashra McCollum and also not just contains just lashes another big contaminant and a couple of different states services after Colesberg you need to get rid of the leftover ash, and that can can Leach into groundwater, and you don't want the arsenic and other other poisons in they're getting into the water supply. No, you don't want that. I hate it. When that happens not to be a little it's very very dangerous. Absolutely, right. We're gonna take a break we want you to stay right. Where you all are a number eight four four seven two four eight two five five you can also tweet us at sei fry so people can I will be back after the break. And we're gonna talk about some interesting stuff. How about this? As an issue meat-labeling in Missouri. Renewable energy in New Hampshire and our top story in your state wherever it is. But only give us a call. You can make the call that only if you make the call so we'll be right back after this break..

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"ashra" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Because I'm but here I was thinking like man, this is going to be some hot shit. This is going to be some revolutionary shed for me. I'm the same thing with you barely scratches full price because the things that I like, I really liked things. I did. Did man it was really hard to enjoy. But. Man, I'm like so close to it a high matinee, but there's just some things that I was explaining. I kind of like the unreliable narrator stuff. I kind of that approach to it. And that's my own head working against it. But there it is right there. It's like right there at the very edge of full price. Okay. Matinee for you. So we're good. But you're over here man talking about. Not not so much time. Not so much time. But like you love this dead by dawn. Anybody else loved this movie more than we? Does anybody love this more than Damian because here's over your shouting cheering? No, all right, good. So Damian, you're the the internet is gonna expert ask you, so you love evil dead this movie, and you're like twelve years old twenty three but you saw this as a kid. I imagine the first time I saw it on VHS when I was like twelve or some. VHS? But what is it that you like about this movie so much? Well, first off I do agree with you guys that I did like the first one a lot better actually just it's lot more intense. And I hated how this movie tone does change where like all that stuff from the beginning from the first movies just kind of like throwing away where like okay now, we're dealing with like, you know, comedy and all that. But I feel like what's really good about this movie is that just like all memorable moments, right? Really just awesome high share swallow this. Sequences are great the highs of here are the highest of highs and the lows, I guess we're not quite as good. I guess for you. Right. Yeah. But another thing I do like is kind of ashes progression through this cause the first movies kind of like, let's say plus. Girl. This is shows them kind of slowly stepping up with the axe part, the well even seeing where he like jumps on the door and the things I like I like seeing just like by the end of the movie with chainsaw finally comes hero. You kind of want him to be sure. So it's like you see the first one step up unless this was like, all right? Well. That's a that's actually a good way to look at it. If you wanted something a little bit more from that first one this movie gives you that in Spain. So there you go any other reasons why or anything? Maybe. Just because I actually saw like army dark this first. And then this. But it's just like very memorable. There's so many like I mean, like I said like you said like there's a lot of things the first one does better. But I feel like really like Sam said like you said just has a lot of highs like those moments epic. I ask you a question. Actually, did you did you notice that asks changes in every single film like he's a different character? I always figured like, maybe view, it's something like army darkness. He's an idiot. And the series. He's not the ask me to Ashra army darkness. Like, that's always been bizarre me how he changes in every he's not the same person every film. I if somebody watched the first evil dead, and then like, let's say like watched adverse the fun this guy. Right, right. I don't know. I kind of look at as like what you said where it's like he's kind of slowly going to little nutsy to character development kind of thing where. Character development..

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"ashra" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Throttles were were observed after, you know, after the. The throttles were observed in the full throttle position after the accident and the all three engines continued to run after the accident, right? The word is that two of them, well, supposedly, they all ran at full power continued to run after the accident. After the airplane came to rest, two of them ran for twenty minutes of third. The third one ran for forty minutes. Yeah, after the accident. So. The punchline in all of this is the left cedar on this business jet for which you have to have a typewriting had a second in command only type rating on the airplane. Yep, the right cedar had no type rating at all. He was just a private pyrite engine rating. The early word on this is that it was a part ninety. One flight. But it's not at all clear to be that that will withstand screamin. Okay. Man by partnering one flight, you mean noncommercial. Yeah. Okay. As opposed to part one thirty five with sure. Part noncommercial could be strict strict part Ninety-one or it could be ninety one k yeah, factual operate. Yeah. A lot of questions here that we don't know the and maybe we'll learn some of the answers as time goes on, but the the, the thing that this brings to my mind is. So those of us who I think just about anybody who's a pilot whose hung out at airports for any length of you know years has heard a story about a pilot who had doesn't have a license. All right. Somebody who's been flying for years and he's either not fully rated or not not certificate at all. Or you know, these stories always go around, you know, and they usually and benignly sometimes not. And it kind of goes to the point that there are a lot of circumstances where you can fly an airplane without the proper license and and should that be possible? Should there be more check. Checks to prevent this kind of thing. How you do that? I, I don't know exactly. All right, but you know, they do it much more effectively and automobiles. So. I mean, I don't know, ramp check and people or I don't know what exactly. All right. Yeah, yeah, that's unless I get stopped. I've never been asked for my drivers. Yeah, stopped her. I try to vote. I remember distinctly one time I was asked to my license, got stopped Ashra my license. I had a learner's permit at the time, and the guy with me clearly did not qualify as I am a dull over twenty one as required by the learner's permit and the cop never never batted an is like, you're free to go, you know. Okay. Early hall may have been involved. I'm sure I'm not campaigning for these kinds of checks. I'm as kinda. It kinda introduces the question of whether or not we're too casual about. Something here. I think we have a case here to or one of the crew members owned near plane. So who's going to stop, you know, who's gonna wasn't wasn't this accident, but there was one recently where I do remember something like that where there was a fatality solo pilot aircraft crashed pilot turned out not to have a not to have a pilot certificate of any kind. Put another way. He got some training maybe and I think it was revoked, right? And like twenty years ago it was revived and crashed and discovered that it. He never had. He hadn't had a license since then. The alternative here is for. A fan or a local law enforcement officer to pre check on. I'm gonna use that word advisedly pilot before he gets an airplane takes off that ain't gonna happen for one thing here hidden river. He. Ain't gonna happen. Let's been. And I don't like any of these ideas any of these proposals, but it it does. You know, it's kind of like the the sort of this is, is this really a problem. You know, here's here's two instances in one year of which we're aware. Yeah. Now we're also always as you as you alluded. Yeah, I'm aware of people flying filing and flying far without an instrument rate and and kinda depending on the auto pilot to get them out of trouble. Is that go on? Sure. Often we find out about it in an accident report. But I junior really don't think this is a problem. It's not planes are airplanes are not falling out the sky because the pilots of them are not rated. Okay. David..

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"ashra" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ashra" Discussed on Only A Game

"Turn to the ground before faking founders hand, he raised his right arm and made a fist some interpreters thought, but he was doing a black power salute. He said, no, that they had no intention of that. But this was a moment. I think it would've been so much to him that he impulsively raised his arm head full, filled his lifelong dream in doing so. He had become the first black man to win a Wimbledon singles title after the match ash still angry at Conner's. Lawsuits stepped out of character again and suggested that his opponent had choked that just drove Connors crazy when he heard that, Billie Jean King, no, she won Wimbledon and seventy five and by tradition, the two singles, winners dance, the first dance at the Wimbledon ball, Jimmy Connors. He said he'd come only if he could have the first dance meaning he could be treated like the winner. When You. he knew he couldn't be, he didn't show up. Two days after the Wimbledon final Ashra verdict to his usual sportsmanlike self. He described Connors as nice guy and the best tennis player in the world a few days after that Connors drop the suit against ask. And so I think it's probably a credit to Jimmy Connors that he did have enough common sense and decency to drop the suit. A lot was riding on the nineteen seventy five Wimbledon men's final, the clash of personalities, the right of players to represent themselves the right of governing bodies to determine who can play in what turn amounts, but Arthur Ashe raised his game accordingly. I think that he relies he was on the biggest stage in tennis, he felt he was representing the ATP and that Connors was a threat to them. He wanted to make a moral statement as well as win the tournament. For many years. It was considered the greatest upset in Wimbledon history. I think it's one of the great milestones in modern tennis. Arthur ash is still the only black Wimbledon men's singles champion. That's only games..

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"ashra" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"ashra" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Price that we pay the time that it takes us to write code that's testable and to write those unit tests as well. So you've worked on a variety of DevOps tools, Microsoft. What kinds of stuff are you working on today? So today I'm working on the Ayrshire DevOps. Sweet and specifically as your pipelines. So this is a suite of DevOps tools that literally you can use the suite of tools to do everything that you need to take an idea and turned that idea into working piece of software in the hands of your end users for any language targeting any platform. So we're talking everything right from work item, tracking to build and release to testing just any everything that you can imagine. That's what the other DevOps we can do. Ashra pipelines that is a specific product just for build in beliefs. There are a lot of containers integration, tools that are on the market. Why. Are there so many of those. Because there has been a whole for a really long time for good tools, good, build tools, good release tools, and some of them have been. I don't want to say they're bad, but some there are some better than others. Right? Because there have been so many there has been a hole in this for so long. A lot of tools have come up to to try to fix this problem that we have, what's the differentiator? Because there's I've seen like a bunch of these different tools in, you know, some of them work with certain workflows. Some of them are highly opinionated. Some of them are less opinionated and it seems like one of those areas of software where it's not a winner take all market. There's a ton of different products that are successful, but they all make different tradeoffs too subjective trade offs. What are the subjective trade offs? Where the differentiator for Azure pipelines as your pipelines from the beginning, it has been designed to be from the ground up totally customizable to you can make do whatever you. You need to for any language targeting any platform. And I say this over and over and over and over again because it seems like people don't believe me until I sit down in front of them in literally show that this is not just for the Microsoft stack. It doesn't just work with dot net doesn't just work with John Lennox. It can work with anything. So if you wanna do Java on Lineker, guess what you can do that easily. If you want to build mobile apps on max, guess what you can do that easily. If you have in your building released biplane you wanted to play this behind your firewall. Guess what you can do that really easily with Ashra pipelines, right? So it's a couple of things. It's the flexibility and it's the power of Ezra pipelines that is unprecedented. So he think about that broad array of different platforms and languages that people could potentially want to run on their system. If you're designing a continuous delivery tool, you need to be able to run every. Single one of those configurations on a container on a VM on bare metal, what makes it hard to build a continuous delivery tool that runs in a variety of different environments that can run a variety of different languages? I think that's the problem right there, right? Because it's a variety of different platforms and a variety of different languages where you need to do vastly different things. How do you build a system that solves all of that? Right. It's easy to build like a CIC tool for a specific language targeting a specific platform that you're deployment to. It's much tougher to build.

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"ashra" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

The Crypto Street Podcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"ashra" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast

"So that's our and after we have shown into work in after we starting to work with the different group in some of the smaller ones are actually already approaching us a day, so it whether it's raven coin and weather it c- scoring and weather is on some of the larger ones away. So recently retired on the ice oak with Ashra. We're speaking with a bunch of people, so I'm going to go to all things if even stuff like, Yup. Okay. So app of your amendments of so. Yaas is a delegated proof of state, which is my centralized, but the US. Early cold, Phoebe. At BBN and block producers is last. I heard there the deploying their own VPN to commend they still have the same networking problem as everybody. So I'm going to even less the central and everybody needs a better networking there. Something to offering to everyone is as we get or traction and where we're working with the, then we're going to token sale in order to allow people to invest in us. So every to make sure that it's in everybody's incentive, whether you are in binder. In noted Besser, whatever you all. So you're happy about boxer systems and getting traction. Yeah, I'm really excited about this. I've covered a most of the things that I had in mind. If if there's anything else you wanna leave with the audience may be where they can find you on Twitter, your website, obviously, where they can keep tabs on everything going on. So first of all, I have to say this is being one of the better conversations I had about the top us. -sually we don't do is heart is there's a lot to cover. So this has been great. That's the first thing that I want said that was fun. I went to more of these. So that's on that. It's so rocks so we're called blocks are because we're routing blocks throughout and give me super easy to find new me or lock trope labs the company on whether he went to hear about updates in what's happening. Just follow us on Twitter. If I have to say one more last thing to the people out there who are listening, I would say that again, the scale ability problem is the number one problem and not enough people understand the problem. Nobody's talking about what's causing the problems. We're not talking about that. We're not going to solve the problem. So let's look at the problem that's really find solution for that. And and that's the in that doesn't like it's not trying. She even box rope, but let's let's not lose our minds about let like tribalism these kinds of like, okay, let's look the facts in find a way to solve. But yeah, absolutely. I've had a great time talking with you, so thank you for the.

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"ashra" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ashra" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I will. Say this is not the best British. Nine one one call on record how about the? Guy that called, nine one one it's called nine nine nine over there because. He ran out. Of toilet paper Russia Ro Nine Oh, no, no, no Okay The wrong. Number how do? You how do you miss dial nine nine. Nine They. Knew, exactly who. They. Were calling, that run out of toilet roll that anything no. That's nothing it's? There's the the British had a, history, of Meaningless nine. One, one call. So. I can, tell you about a thousand more Is this anything. Former child star former home alone star MacAulay Culkin set on Joe Rogan's podcast the, other day that. He turned down a starring role on the big bang theory three different times he still thinks he made the. Right choice even though he knows he'd be. Rich and famous all, over, again they pursued me for the big bang theory and I said like no because, it was. Kind of like the way, the, pitch, was was of just. Like all right these two like Ashra physicist nerds A pretty. Girl lives with them you winks Was. The pitch Yeah Oh we're gonna get some real. Life physicists, physicists like I, said look now I'm. Cool. Thanks and then they came back at me again and I don't. Know Again. Flattered but, link no and, then then they came. Back. At me again and even my manager was like twisting my arm Come on I. Want a piece I listen I've been, listening to that podcast, actually MacAulay Kalkin and it yeah he says he just. Wound up if he would. Have taken the job. He'd be ultra rich but he just. Be banging. His head against. The wall he didn't like the. Schedule they want that schedule but the thing. Is he's already rich let's not let's not forget he made a, lot.

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"ashra" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"ashra" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"I think in both films of what is our who is at for, like is it a meaningful distinction? I think what Detroit it's not so much that it's unsellable is it just going to very rarefied clientele as I mean, it's not like people aren't there and aren't supporting what she's doing. Just. It's very upper level art crowd. I think it's just a matter of, you know, she kinda like she's become the power seller of of the art world. So what does it say then what are the than both of these films must naturally be talking about their own authors relationship to art and capitalism, and how they put their own work out into the world, the image they're trying to project and what they consider success to be working within our working outside of the system. Right. I mean, they're, they're kind of they have to be by nature movies about themselves. I mean, I mean, Downey was working was making sort of odd on guard advertisements. When he got the idea for the maybe not guard isn't quite the right word, but he was, I guess, working in like it wasn't a agency, but it was like a film house, you know? And they, he, this is in one of the interviews with him on the on the DVD, but any who talked about how they kind of did these strange little? You know ads spots that like the advertisers didn't want, but then would like play film festival. You never play film festival or something, you know. So like I think just based on his own personal experience where he was coming from when he made this film like downy I think is definitely thinking of the possibilities of advertising as artistic expression. What about what about boots Riley? I mean, this is interesting success level that he's able to maintain, and maybe it's going continue with this film of being the head of say, it'd be a cultish, appreciate it, and he's made this movie that was seems to be destined to be culturally it without necessarily busting through the mainstream. It almost feels like he understands like where to level the film at or saying, he's market savvy, he's he's a right. He's a market savvy person who's very distrusting markets, but like he's positioned himself. So savagely with this film. And then I guess with a coup as well as you can speak, you can speak to that. I can yell, it helps. They're both good. I mean, it helps that they're they're saying and saying saying it well, and there's an audience for that. I mean, you know it again, you're getting. We're getting into capitalist explanations as to why trials, careers as worked as well as it is and escape. You know, you can't. But no, I think I think this film I missed us to be talked about and have it audience and what if people don't discovered on this, I theatrical run, won't pick it up later. But of course we would recommend that you do go out and see in the theater when he got a chance certainly plays while the crowd to our way of saying, sorry to bother you is isn't heaters now, and it will be by the time you hear this sewed Ashra Putney Swope veiled event online from a couple of streaming services on the the more mainstream wins. It's also been on DVD a couple of times individual desk, and it's part of criterion 's up all night with Robert Downey senior box set which also needs a handful of other Downey films. It's also the YouTube version of pretty good. Mr. Much. Some like some spectacularly beautiful large film where you not. Beca exactly. Rebecca's gorgeous bashing, the system stealing, it might say, so I've been known. I've been known. Revolutionaries. Definitely something that people have referred. We'll be right back with your next picture. Show. Finally to catch each other up on films or simulated items. We've seen in the interim since our last podcast, we call it your next picture show in the hopes it'll put some interesting choices on your radar. Genevieve, kind of spoke all ready when we have you while we're still talking about, sorry to bother you a little bit, what's been good for the world of film or film related items? Yes. I'm going to film related item route this week, so I was really taken with the music and site about you,.

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