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"aubanel" Discussed on Lovush

Lovush

04:53 min | 11 months ago

"aubanel" Discussed on Lovush

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"aubanel" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

17:57 min | 11 months ago

"aubanel" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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"aubanel" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"aubanel" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Mark scofield. Was you do well ratio. It's great to be back with you. thank you for the kind detroit. Obviously i've just here along for the ride because you're the great fabulous host of this show and i'm just kinda tag along we. We talked before the show. But we're going to talk about Song very excited to dive into. We're going to dive at you. I do have not sawn lyrics. More song titles ashley have to and this will probably be a running theme of this. Show just be highlighted. How old i am. The first is from bob. Seger sawed turn the page. That's just the title that's all you need to the page. Because that's really what i'm ready to do. After last week against gets doing patriots just turned the page but then the other is from the late. great. Tom petty into the great wide open. Because i felt like the dismiss was wide open a lot and that was very nice to see. So those are my son lyrics. they're more song. Titles again highlighted. The fact that. I'm pretty old. But they're relevant morale diario which good say. Yeah i like. It was very nice very nice kind of like similar to what i have. I just chose lyrics from. Ti has a song featuring chris brown in his called get back up and the lyrics say and when they put you down you gotta get back up rushed than dirt off your shoulder. They are the cup or the trophy. Or the ringed. Your champion no matter. What so pretty self explanatory. I think we're all trying to put last week's game behind us it was really ugly and Like some people said probably one of worst preseason games. We've ever had wasn't good. It wasn't good. And i'm saying this as a patriots guy was still wasn't good now. It's one of those games. I remember like a in college. We would have a bad game or coach would literally light take the game tape like bury it and just like we're gonna forget about that. It's this kind of one of days. Yeah in like i mean. What can we expect I think it was definitely a surprise to allies. I had talked about this before we started recording. I don't really wanna touch too much on. Jalen hurts because it's old news at this point but we all know what happened. He got scratched right before the game started in left us with joe flacco who were being completely honest. Hasn't had a lot of reps brown with like devante sniff and a lot of starting receivers. So what could we expect from him in his performance knowing that. He's not really getting time to build chemistry with them right. Yeah and at the same time though. Does that worry you a bit. Because i remember sitting here last week and say oh great that. They've got a veteran backup. He doesn't eat a lot of wraps and then that happened. So are we worried now about flaco a little bit. I think that should definitely be like a like. Oh the switch went off okay. Well based off of this performance if anything happens to jalen hurts now you guys see what we have so maybe he was start funneling flacco in a little bit more so that their prepare for the worst possible scenario like last week i mean it reminds me of that ted marchibroda quote when he was the offense coordinator for the indianapolis colts. They had paid men and that he was asked by a member of the media. Like why did you let the backup quarterback practice and he was like well. that's because of eighteen goes down. Were going to censor it here bleed. And we don't practice bleep at. It's kind of like okay. Well if one goes down this office at least on thursday night look fleet should. They may be practiced. Believed i don't know and now one thing i was kinda confused about okay. We know that most likely jalen hurts isn't going to play. We don't we don't know but most likely he might not play a lot in the week three crises season game and in the week to preseason game when deal her scratch they Took out a lot of the starters specifically offense of line. We saw them get removed. But don't they need Her as well too. So what was. That'll i'm starting to wonder you know. I'm curious what you think about this. If teams are just using the joint practices as more of like a time to get reps for people and they're just looking at preseason games like. Let's play the backups. And hope nobody gets hurt. You're seeing a lot of teams like daniel jones for the giants hasn't played yet. The preseason a lot of other quarterbacks happened played yet the preseason do we think the teams are just taking the joint practices. And say this is what we're gonna do. This is what we're going to guys. I don't remember some people last week. That said the eagles were the better team during joint practices into england. Seemed like that was the case. So do you think the teams are just said. All we wanna to do is get through these games. We don't want guys to get her is like they're not prioritized like the message. I'm getting is they. Don't really care. And i've been seeing a ladder discussion about joint practices in how maybe they should just In preseason games altogether in illness the joint practices if they're going to be more competitive practices. And i think that's kind of like a consensus was the point of the preceding aimed spread the fans watching israeli. No through to it. If we're not running starters or any like serious play we're seeing aubanel rate is going to bring light Why even have it was. The point of. I dunno i guess. The orders like having full stadiums but the stadiums aren't full. I mean like you said like ninety thousand people at you. Let stadium to see the patriots and third string quarterback brian hoyer so if the coaches are used the joint practices as more of the evaluation tool that maybe not tells us what what the future preseason games as any. I think one hundred percent rate. But i think we're going to dive right into i had hubble plays. I wanted to at go. Wanted to ask if you saw the same thing because all we have to look at is joe flacco. Start dealing with this. Your joe flacco. Show boys and girls let's divert. This is the joe flacco show. I like that So i have a couple of good in couple bad based off of or and one of the good that i had and you can tell me if you think it was good or not. I was looking at timing for this specific play and we know that he didn't get a lot of reps with devante smith. This specific play he targeted. Devante smith down the sideline. It was really nice pass but it was to a demonte isthmus back shoulder and this was one of the plays that devante smith dropped the ball. I thought it looked like a throw In the post game interview devante smith was talking about how he took the blame for that place specifically because he didn't get his is around quick enough from your perspective looking at this play. Did you feel like this was good. Like was it. Whackos fought devante dropped. Her bolt dropped the ball or was that a good pass. No it was a good throw..

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"aubanel" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

Konsulatet Poddar

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"aubanel" Discussed on Konsulatet Poddar

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"aubanel" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"aubanel" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"And get twenty percents off your first purchase. That's third love dot com slash entities. Eh for twenty percents off today third. Love ya honey. I have two final questions for you. You take such gorgeous photos your instagram. The videos your stories are of all these gorgeous people you just hang out with just gorgeous people. And how do you photograph your friends so beautifully. Do you have any tips for that. Because i need to teach my husband how to meet my photo. I'm telling you there are people that you hand the phone to and there are people that you do not hand the phone to good. Do you have any tips for capturing. Somebody's essence really making their beauty. Pop help us out. So i wanted patients. Okay lovely people like when you just wanna keep clicking and you also don't know how to rats the person yes so i think if you're the person behind the camera yourself patients until we might directing the person and not just taking it to get looked to see if it actually looks good gas direction and also. It's like the iphone you can change the temperature and the coloring but down the sun and people don't take that time for me. I love like little stay. I'm like i love to essentially sir points people's get those things. I think definitely that. I think the edits you. It's making that person. Feel very comfortable and hiding them up and getting them south point in talent him to stop irish tell people like hold it for three seconds and then change. Hold it for three and then change. We know that interesting people direction. I if you're smiling behind the person taking it's a beautiful though like when you're then they're gonna feel more more fly and then that will resonate. Yeah i learned that. I feel like i learned how to take better photos of people from one. My friend dion. Who's an amazing photographer. she shoots. Olive are brand new photos. Hanna but then also i think from shooting film because when you're shooting building has to be patient and you wanna by the first roll shoot film. It's either really good or bad and then you're like okay. How can i do that. A jan happening they get better. And i think it's about patients. I'm just like being able to be confident. Directing people if it's if i'm being honest when it comes to feature and that's something that i feel a lot of people don't utilize. I don't know if it's just that you feel uncomfortable. You don't want anybody to think you're being rude or something but you're saying tell your friend. Hey put your tin down. Hey turn your shoulders a little bit because that makes such a difference so yeah it does. Let's say close your eyes. Open it when i say three. I've said things like that. I may be also watching on that. Like on america's next top model definitely helps out as a child. Oh yeah we all know how to sm- is we all know how to booty coach i- booty which i have a show like stick out your button. I'm like i am. She goes no no more my gonna break she goes. That's what you want. You want it to feel like you're back is about to break in half and that's how you know that the budi is out. That's that's the secret. Break your back for the photo lenny. I'm learning you think here well. I'm excited try. That and see gets the shot. All right miss aubanel boma a beautiful song yourself care rituals you've given us some. You said you box. What are some of the rituals of your day that you must do yourself care rituals. You've given us some. I take walks. I take a lot of walks especially just because in our hq all the time. I'm in like hewitt's out. Work live space so it's pretty bars and so i'm like in this building always so i try as much to be outside like just breaking up my day i take late. I mean i know it's not safe to be taking late night lawsuit by take late night walks. I take morning lots. Like i like a roll up and take a walk in like joint checker person. Especially when i'm feeling overwhelmed just allows me through things i feel like. I'm a pretty like wait. The person especially when there's a conflict arises of like how i should the'll and navigate time. I'm a personnel. Like needs time like so one could be rude to me or disrespectful. And i'll be so calm in the situation and then i really some lock and i thought like as an entrepreneur as a boss you you come you go through those where you have to like. Sit and listen. And i think ask someone else. A past their best. I was really something that. I've been trained to kind of do and one of the things. I've always wanted to take watts to just like clear. Mind i love music at law listening to fancy music. I talked jag truly. Do love taking care. My skin.

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"aubanel" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"aubanel" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Like in the among were less than a month away from product line. So it's al. It's the gloves yes it's right. The glow is here. The anxious glow the ancient glow is here. We love to see it. It's yeah okay miss aubanel. I would love for you to tell us about shea butter. Yeah i read that you've been using it from the very early days of your life. You were a tiny little baby. Your mother was using it on you. It's a ritual. it's magical it. Tell us the role. It has played in your life and saturday from the beginning. I feel like growing up again. I was born in the states but with my parents are gone. Gone as a child. I was cheating. But i grew up in columbus ohio when i think of shave butter as a child growing up. I just remember anytime my parents would go to ghana or vico to kinda or someone was gonna bring back shea anytime if your leg. Her your head her. If you need the low shed its shave. Butter we call it includes those Go get as put on robin. And honestly i found it very annoying but it was useful like i like the process of just robbed down for me. A lot of people didn't enjoy the process of snow. I had no issues at the smell was the rub down. I've seen my mom nick yet. I will use it. But then use is doubtless by insurance shing and i in college utilize that just the same way like i just would always talbot ross shea butter with me and i didn't see anything different. I didn't even think about it like extra or anything extra extraordinary probably until i was like one. Twenty three twenty four. Yeah when i started. I when i finished grad snow. When i finished college i moved to chicago. I was working in the health clinic which hyperactive learning problems clinic. And you see. I was running a clinic there and then i started teaching at during that time is when i started to make my own shave butter because it was cold in chicago it was dry chicago and i was like consistently applying shaybah pine palmer's also. I don't know if you've ever taught or been around the seventh graders..

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"aubanel" Discussed on GMR Zone

GMR Zone

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"aubanel" Discussed on GMR Zone

"Zoran podcasts. you're here with myself troy. Who was one of the modes in the telegram and disor community and also we. Now have today panic. Twenty-three aka nick vaughan egypt hayden's that nick h. surely a audience. I'm doing well. How are you nam. Thanks great so yeah just give us a little bit of a background about yourself like hey going into streaming what you sort of prefer extreme and obviously you do stream kokomo on one of my favorite games of all time. Yeah absolutely. I'd be happy to so. I've been screaming on twitch or over a year now and was about couple of months Submitted my partner allegation and was graciously accepted early afternoon. A miami partner which is pretty cool. I who streams poke montgolfier vp which is battling other players pretty competitive seen it seen a transition into in eastport Type environment with some cash prize tournaments being sponsored and players being signed to east or school. So i am signing naser which recently partnered with kia marcel. That's pretty cool heads and grateful for the one hundred percent. I do feel like you're being very modest on the program on her side of things. Because i did a little bit of googling and found out the other new york silv- regional champion. Is that correct. I am yes in businesses season. Three of self end. I did a couple of weeks ago when my regional tournament and received an invitation to participate in continentals which is actually regionals is all the top battlers rob region. So there were thirty. Four of us out in six rounds and i was going into the last roundhouse. Five ano- bonus round trying to sweep when it cleanly and lost rounds. We went into reform. Wash that work. Five line and went into like a semifinal icebreakers thing at one that and then i won the final against the player that beat me in the six round was pretty will get my revenge. That sounds sick man. Like i played a little bit of myself. I'm not near as to the level that you obviously. What's your preferred battle Tame your party yeah. So i like battling in the which is under if the hundred see fee so unlike blanket max out all size like four thousand three so what about lower poke lorcy people's mind and seasons for how that our and it's teams of three ninety battle with spark young so i like this new squad that i've been using for awhile. It's meta jam with lewd song and learning sunfish. Scott oh true true. I always end up going like goddamn More than the. Oh char's odd. Have an on nice None so yeah. Do you have any tips for upcoming. You know like pokemon go that wanna actually break into the sort of semi professional professional tournament side of things. Yeah so there's a lot of layers on maser. We've got a team of seven. We participate in actions and other teams that participate in burn the on north american playing other american team's doing pretty lauren. Our three you know. are five rounds. Hopefully we can go aubanel the cyclones. You'll have a couple of other events participate in our monthly two cups. Continentals will be towards the end of the month. So i'm excited about that. And then next. Saturday actually Mazer is sponsoring one thousand dollars. Five tournaments that were hosting. We've got over. We've got the max which is one hundred twenty player signed up in weightlessness actually over two hundred now while definitely is a huge huge interest in in sponsored tournaments in scene is really good exploding. Yeah the i remember playing the very start when it was just sort of like the original one fifty one and then sort of stepped away from it for a few years and i i played travel the.

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"aubanel" Discussed on First Take

First Take

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"aubanel" Discussed on First Take

"Star which is kind of playing at right now now. It's a different story. I mean the nets are so loaded that maybe even without their most important player they can do it. But i can't say i'm confident that they would beat the bucks. The bucks missed a lot of open shots for the nets to win that first game they did get a big game for blake griffin. Can you can you count on blake to do that. Reliably throughout a playoff series. I don't know the answer to that question. I would just say with. James harden their smoking everyone a hamstring or groin. That's like a hamstring. Look what happened hardened with the same issues miss twenty-something games this year. There's a good chance. Hard mrs series then. Blake has got to step up if the nets won a win. I'm confident because they have kevin. I'm so sick and tired of this. James harden kyrie. Everything in brooklyn is about. Kevin durant everybody else's a side gig. It's no knock against the future hall of famer and prolific scoring champion that james harden this no knock against miss the box office himself the best show in basketball which is because the brother is just a showstopper. It's just the reality that kevin durant is on another level when healthy. He is the best player in the world. He's that lethal the best offensive player in the world. He is just that simple. He's that lethal that. I'll tell you this here's another reason. I'm not worried. Chris middleton how you doing broth. what's going on christmas. I mean i my name is steven. A. we cover the game basketball. Even though people like max look brusett right now because he said they ain't no big three in milwaukee. I'm here to tell you there was supposed to be a big three. You were supposed to be a part of that. Six for twenty three really with no james harden. You got joe harris looking like the coming to ray allen you got blake griffin. I told you to play. He didn't wanna play detroit. That's what that was all about the talking about right. They wanna play diving for loose balls on a floor and the crowd and brooklyn like dennis rodman did at the palace aubanel gentler. Plato's detroit they wanna play. He didn't wanna play there. We knew blake griffin could still play. He didn't want to be in detroit. He was playing for nothing. And that's what we're seeing right now because he's interested playing basketball again. Okay don't tell me a six nine former scott walker. Can't even doc two years you plenty of what he could do okay but chris middleton back to you not brother. Milwaukee has no chance in this series if you don't show walk and if you could show up against miami how you stop shop brooklyn bro hug. We can't show up because brooklyn. What's the problem. do holidays last time. I checked you get paid. what's up. I mean what you do. So i'm just looking at it and you understand that to thirty four and eleven just three times just three times but oh and three from the free throw line that stuff matters against brooklyn because they don't miss free throws and they don't miss creek road you've got to pay attention. Middleton gonna wind up in the hall of fame one day. Whoa in. Today's all fame action that he can get a chance the basketball hall of fame. Okay come on now. It ain't hard to get in. I don't get me. I don't think middle looked at making the hall of fame. I don't think drew drew holidays. Making the whole okay. Kyri irving james harden and k. d. Or all getting in if there's a way to get him before the first vote they'll get him before you put him in now all right. There's a allows to this how you call that a big three compared to this. No i didn't say it's a big week. Compared i'd say you supposed to have a burgeoning of big three in other words. If christmas has shows up the way he did in my in hitting shots that he's supposed to hit. You still ain't kyrie you still james harden what you're doing your job and see that's what you gotta pay attention to see a lot of time juice it up and you look at somebody on their perch like the big. We know k. D. korean james harden on another level. We get that but the point is when you set one team going up against another. It's really comes down to everybody doing their job if they do that. Job offensively if they do their job because the nets and the other top twenty defensive no they miss a lotta open shots the if they do their job did remember without jaylen brown. Boston was able to steal again. Because god is what showed up one night and help jason tatum. Let me put it this way is. Chris middleton the second best player on a championship team or the third best player on a championship. Chris middleton at his best could be a second best player but the khris middleton because he's not always not clear out right matt thompson the maximum be quiet about the rest of the series there. Because he's never gonna do. That actually told me about what i'm saying is to do. The what i'm saying is two things one without james harden. It's different because we saw that. We have to acknowledge the bucks also. Didn't shoot it well. They looks that they didn't hit and to say is the best player in the world. And then you have to quickly say offense and you know why you have to say that because pre achilles if he was playing like that we just say he's the best player in the world right now because his defense was crazy too when he got to be a very high level defensive player he will still accept tough defensive assignment. He just doesn't do very well right now. K. d. had. That's the part of his game that has not recovered. No you're not no educate you about something. Where you are so prolific offensively. You wanna see a team. That cheats defensively. It's the team that knows. They could close their eyes have one hand tied behind their back and they can still drop twenty that the warriors we played defense he played. But you gotta remember steve. Kerr different coach not dantonio nash. You're saying cronies not known for his about that. The point that i'm trying to make to you is different system. There's a different way that they've played. And not only that. You gotta talk on your front line like draymond. Green that shelling out assignments and back and back you up. They know what they're doing. These brothers learning on the flop talking about nagina d'antoni defensively. I'm talking about offensively. What the hell he's doing. Because but also you got k. D. coming off the achilles and when you playing defense you're at the mercy of somebody else. Sometimes you don't wanna take chance again doubt because you know you can drop one twenty in your sleep saying you could take. Are you willing. Are you think katie's player in the world period. I feel that we re not. Because i feel that way but let me tell you this because i wanna get to my point. I want to get back to middleton all i need middleton to do max shoot forty four forty five percent. That's it max. You make sure you take anywhere from from eighteen to twenty shots. A game hit about forty five percent of your shot. that is not too much to ask for. Chris middleton. He's done that more often than not. That's not a lot to ask. And that's what we're talking about here. It was a game until they pulled away in the fourth quarter. There was a game the point. Is you got the pieces. And listen. And don't tell me about big milwaukee tons of playing big. The only guy that plays big in the low post area is certainly a compete. That do drew. James harden is playing now. Have a problem defensively because against gar drew is not the same as against the smaller and he can't guard kai rian james harden at the who can guard those guys. Anyway once you take james harden off of the mets blake griffin. Has to keep doing this for them. To beat milwaukee on not sure they can beat them without. Here's the deal game two tonight. Seven thirty eastern. We'll learn a lot. We'll revisit this subject tomorrow. Sound good kevin. Durant can take a nap and drop forty. Yeah we don knapp. You is.

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"aubanel" Discussed on First Take

First Take

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"aubanel" Discussed on First Take

"The team without him. They're not a super-duper team. They're just a team with some stars. But you know one of those stars might be and this kind of the least talked about team. So far from these plants the resurgence of blake griffin blake griffin was a was probably the difference in game one. If this dude gets back to most of what he was member couldn't dunk for a year and a half couldn't even duck. Oh yeah that looks like blake griffin if blake griffin gets back to being an all star or at almost all star which is kind of playing at right now now. It's a different story. I mean the nets are so loaded that maybe even without their most important player they can do it. But i can't say i'm confident that they would beat the bucks. The bucks missed a lot of open shots for the nets to win that first game they did get a big game for blake griffin. Can you can you count on blake to do that. Reliably throughout a playoff series. I don't know the answer to that question. I would just say with. James harden their smoking everyone a hamstring or groin. That's like a hamstring. Look what happened hardened with the same issues miss twenty-something games this year. There's a good chance. Hard mrs series then. Blake has got to step up if the nets won a win. I'm confident because they have kevin. I'm so sick and tired of this. James harden kyrie. Everything in brooklyn is about. Kevin durant everybody else's a side gig. It's no knock against the future hall of famer and prolific scoring champion that james harden this no knock against miss the box office himself the best show in basketball which is because the brother is just a showstopper. It's just the reality that kevin durant is on another level when healthy. He is the best player in the world. He's that lethal the best offensive player in the world. He is just that simple. He's that lethal that. I'll tell you this here's another reason. I'm not worried. Chris middleton how you doing broth. what's going on christmas. I mean i my name is steven. A. we cover the game basketball. Even though people like max look brusett right now because he said they ain't no big three in milwaukee. I'm here to tell you there was supposed to be a big three. You were supposed to be a part of that. Six for twenty three really with no james harden. You got joe harris looking like the coming to ray allen you got blake griffin. I told you to play. He didn't wanna play detroit. That's what that was all about the talking about right. They wanna play diving for loose balls on a floor and the crowd and brooklyn like dennis rodman did at the palace aubanel gentler. Plato's detroit they wanna play. He didn't wanna play there. We knew blake griffin could still play. He didn't want to be in detroit. He was playing for nothing. And that's what we're seeing right now because he's interested playing basketball again. Okay don't tell me a six nine former scott walker. Can't even doc two years you plenty of what he could do okay but chris middleton back to you not brother. Milwaukee has no chance in this series if you don't show walk and if you could show up against miami how you stop shop brooklyn bro hug. We can't show up because brooklyn. What's the problem. do holidays last time. I checked you get paid. what's up. I mean what you do. So i'm just looking at it and you understand that to thirty four and eleven just three times just three times but oh and three from the free throw line that stuff matters against brooklyn because they don't miss free throws and they don't miss creek road you've got to pay attention. Middleton gonna wind up in the hall of fame one day. Whoa in. Today's all fame action that he can get a chance the basketball hall of fame. Okay come on now. It ain't hard to get in. I don't get me. I don't think middle looked at making the hall of fame. I don't think drew drew holidays. Making the whole okay. Kyri irving james harden and k. d. Or all getting in if there's a way to get him before the first vote they'll get him before you put him in now all right. There's a allows to this how you call that a big three compared to this. No i didn't say it's a big week. Compared i'd say you supposed to have a burgeoning of big three in other words. If christmas has shows up the way he did in my in hitting shots that he's supposed to hit. You still ain't kyrie you still james harden what you're doing your job and see that's what you gotta pay attention to see a lot of time juice it up and you look at somebody on their perch like the big. We know k. D. korean james harden on another level. We get that but the point is when you set one team going up against another. It's really comes down to everybody doing their job if they do that. Job offensively if they do their job because the nets and the other top twenty defensive no they miss a lotta open shots the if they do their job did remember without jaylen brown. Boston was able to steal again. Because god is what showed up one night and help jason tatum. Let me put it this way is. Chris middleton the second best player on a championship team or the third best player on a championship. Chris middleton at his best could be a second best player but the khris middleton because he's not always not clear out right matt thompson the maximum be quiet about the rest of the series there. Because he's never gonna do. That actually told me about what i'm saying is to do. The what i'm saying is two things one without james harden. It's different because we saw that. We have to acknowledge the bucks also. Didn't shoot it well. They looks that they didn't hit and to say is the best player in the world. And then you have to quickly say offense and you know why you have to say that because pre achilles if he was playing like that we just say he's the best player in the world right now because his defense was crazy too when he got to be a very high level defensive player he will still accept tough defensive assignment. He just doesn't do very well right now. K. d. had. That's the part of his game that has not recovered. No you're not no educate you about something. Where you are so prolific offensively. You wanna see a team. That cheats defensively. It's the team that knows. They could close their eyes have one hand tied behind their back and they can still drop twenty that the warriors we played defense he played. But you gotta remember steve. Kerr different coach not dantonio nash. You're saying cronies not known for his about that. The point that i'm trying to make to you is different system. There's a different way that they've played. And not only that. You gotta talk on your front line like draymond. Green that shelling out assignments and back and back you up. They know what they're doing. These brothers learning on the flop talking about nagina d'antoni defensively. I'm talking about offensively. What the hell he's doing. Because but also you got k. D. coming off the achilles and when you playing defense you're at the mercy of somebody else. Sometimes you don't wanna take chance again doubt because you know you can drop one twenty in your sleep saying you could take. Are you willing. Are you think katie's player in the world period. I feel that we re not. Because i feel that way but let me tell you this because i wanna get to my point. I want to get back to middleton all i need middleton to do max shoot forty four forty five percent. That's it max. You make sure you take anywhere from from eighteen to twenty shots. A game hit about forty five percent of your shot. that is not too much to ask for. Chris middleton. He's done that more often than not. That's not a lot to ask. And that's what we're talking about here. It was a game until they pulled away in the fourth quarter. There was a game the point. Is you.

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"aubanel" Discussed on First Take

First Take

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"aubanel" Discussed on First Take

"Awful of seeing him in this series. I'm definitely hopeless senior. Like i said you know. I it's it's it's tightness and we've had this history before which was very difficult to kind of Like i said predict How will go so. We're i'm very reluctant to kinda make any prognosis But obviously we're really hopeful. That a he. He heals quickly and and can move past. Let me just say this really quick. Please no more superstars getting her. I cannot take this offseason no one after that other. Hopefully he will be okay. No can't go tonight but max. How confident are you that the nets can get this done without harden out one hundred percent without heart and it's going to be really tough. The nets with harden or a super duper team hardens the most important player on the team. He's the one you saw that when hardens healthy they went. They almost always win when he's not sometimes k. d. and kyrie lose. They don't win as much as you would think. Play also a little different but harden is the most important player on the team without him. They're not a super-duper team. They're just a team with some stars. But you know one of those stars might be and this kind of the least talked about team. So far from these plants the resurgence of blake griffin blake griffin was a was probably the difference in game one. If this dude gets back to most of what he was member couldn't dunk for a year and a half couldn't even duck. Oh yeah that looks like blake griffin if blake griffin gets back to being an all star or at almost all star which is kind of playing at right now now. It's a different story. I mean the nets are so loaded that maybe even without their most important player they can do it. But i can't say i'm confident that they would beat the bucks. The bucks missed a lot of open shots for the nets to win that first game they did get a big game for blake griffin. Can you can you count on blake to do that. Reliably throughout a playoff series. I don't know the answer to that question. I would just say with. James harden their smoking everyone a hamstring or groin. That's like a hamstring. Look what happened hardened with the same issues miss twenty-something games this year. There's a good chance. Hard mrs series then. Blake has got to step up if the nets won a win. I'm confident because they have kevin. I'm so sick and tired of this. James harden kyrie. Everything in brooklyn is about. Kevin durant everybody else's a side gig. It's no knock against the future hall of famer and prolific scoring champion that james harden this no knock against miss the box office himself the best show in basketball which is because the brother is just a showstopper. It's just the reality that kevin durant is on another level when healthy. He is the best player in the world. He's that lethal the best offensive player in the world. He is just that simple. He's that lethal that. I'll tell you this here's another reason. I'm not worried. Chris middleton how you doing broth. what's going on christmas. I mean i my name is steven. A. we cover the game basketball. Even though people like max look brusett right now because he said they ain't no big three in milwaukee. I'm here to tell you there was supposed to be a big three. You were supposed to be a part of that. Six for twenty three really with no james harden. You got joe harris looking like the coming to ray allen you got blake griffin. I told you to play. He didn't wanna play detroit. That's what that was all about the talking about right. They wanna play diving for loose balls on a floor and the crowd and brooklyn like dennis rodman did at the palace aubanel gentler. Plato's detroit they wanna play. He didn't wanna play there. We knew blake griffin could still play. He didn't want to be in detroit. He was playing for nothing. And that's what we're seeing right now because he's interested playing basketball again. Okay don't tell me a six nine former scott walker. Can't even doc two years you plenty of what he could do okay but chris middleton back to you not brother. Milwaukee has no chance in this series if you don't show walk and if you could show up against miami how you stop shop brooklyn bro hug. We can't show up because brooklyn. What's the problem. do holidays last time. I checked you get paid. what's up. I mean what you do. So i'm just looking at it and you understand that to thirty four and eleven just three times just three times but oh and three from the free throw line that stuff matters against brooklyn because they don't miss free throws and they don't miss creek road you've got to pay attention. Middleton gonna wind up in the hall of fame one day. Whoa in. Today's all fame action that he can get a chance the basketball hall of fame. Okay come on now. It ain't hard to get in. I don't get me. I don't think middle looked at making the hall of fame. I don't think drew drew holidays. Making the whole okay. Kyri irving james harden and k. d. Or all getting in if there's a way to get him before the first vote they'll get him before you put him in now all right. There's a allows to this how you call that a big three compared to this. No i didn't say it's a big week. Compared i'd say you supposed to have a burgeoning of big three in other words. If christmas has shows up the way he did in my in hitting shots that he's supposed to hit. You still ain't kyrie you still james harden what you're doing your job and see that's what you gotta pay attention to see a lot of time juice it up and you look at somebody on their perch like the big. We know k. D. korean james harden on another level. We get that but the point is when you set one team going up against another. It's really comes down to everybody doing their job if they do that. Job offensively if they do their job because the nets and the other top twenty defensive no they miss a lotta open shots the if they do their job did remember without jaylen brown. Boston was able to steal again. Because god is what showed up one night and help jason tatum. Let me put it this way is. Chris middleton the second best player on a championship team or the third best player on a championship. Chris middleton at his best could be a second best player but the khris middleton because he's not always not clear out right matt thompson the maximum be quiet about the rest of the series there. Because he's never gonna do. That actually told me about what i'm saying is to do. The what i'm saying is two things one without james harden. It's different because we saw that. We have to acknowledge the bucks also. Didn't shoot it well. They looks that they didn't hit and to say is the best player in the world. And then you have to quickly say offense and you know why you have to say that because pre achilles if he was playing like that we just say he's the best player in the world right now because his defense was crazy too when he got to be a very high level defensive player he will still accept tough defensive assignment. He just doesn't do very well right now. K. d. had. That's the part of his game that has not recovered. No you're not no educate you about something. Where you are so prolific offensively. You wanna see a team. That cheats defensively. It's the team that knows. They could close their eyes have one hand tied behind.

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"aubanel" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"aubanel" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"aubanel" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"aubanel" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Worked for this consulting firm called out as Mirasol in their restructuring and consulting practice it was great met some amazing people built. My consulting toolkit there didn't really think that was. A long term career for me went to Grad School in. London for a few years worth their ran into some immigration issues came back to the US Grad school usually met Aubanel right? Yeah. It was a says it's crazy because you guys met across the world. You didn't even meet here in Houston in Texas right now actually so I think was in the class below me. So it was only when I was back in Houston and I, run the local London business school alumni. Club here that he came you know like he just emailed me out of the blue or something and grab coffee and I was like oh well. And I think our time overlapped in London is just like we didn't run into each other to meet over the got. You soon come back over to the US back and then I started working for this. LEAT executive search firm called Spencer Stewart was a great place. I met some really great people there as well as in the business community here in Houston, and then I wanted to I just knew I wanted to be in the startup world. Burgeoning at that time and it was Blair Gero from Mercury Fund. I don't know how I met Blair but he was. Just. One of those mentors really nice people knew that was wanting to pivot to the startup world and he suggested I take a C at station. HOUSTON. So That's how I joined station I worked with John Les Grace Rodriguez that old crew was a lot of fun. It was so much work but so much fun. So what year did you join station I joined like at the very beginning of two thousand eighteen. Okay. Awesome and so your station, she getting all that experience of being in, you know explain what station is what you were doing there, and then I think that'll kind of bridge into. Why why landed up over at plug and play? Yeah. So station Houston was started several years ago by an leaked Heaton Blair career John Railway Grace Rodriguez and they're like, Oh gee, you know startup mom people here in Houston and it was they knew that Houston, needed a gathering spot for founders I think being an entrepreneur can be a very lonely journey,.

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"aubanel" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"aubanel" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"Capabilities that are really specific to the business thing we see a lot of applications and implementations of ai an anomaly across all those patterns, but across all tons of industries. Like almost one hundred and fifty episodes into. Hey, I today and you know we. We've literally looked at every industry public and private sector and I think that's part of this machine. Learning objective is to really democratize it, and to put the capabilities in the hands of the so-called citizen data scientists here the average person and you're maybe just following up aluminum about what you just said before you tell more like. Are you seeing any change in the kind of individual that or the kind of organization the role that's building these machine. Machine learning models, and he and he's sort of insights into the nature of the type of person that is creating machine learning models. Yeah, I think that there are many and I can walk into senator. Dicker ones by initiatives that what we understand. Where is that domain experts that have been around for a long time in different industries are becoming data's want show me state assigned consider machinery engineers, but they are aware of what data is available, and where they can find it so therefore the what we understand the trend edged. He here's developers are the first ones to become citizen being signed? But, this will follow with honor. Domain experts, not even Ogres to also do moshing earning in reality. The important thing that we see here is there is this intrinsic liability with bringing data was too early into a specific project on Balkan prediction on that requires machine learning, and is that one you delegate responsibility on a? Into near you're delegating. When she she the responsibly in about and model generation, but this naive responsibility that they can become really good at the domain where they say for instance building a predictive models for healthcare. It is very dangerous to believe that this person is going to build all position is built over many many years in a matter of monks and and also. Rely on systems having dealt when all of this extra spending more and therefore where we see, the trend is empowering. Those people have been building experiences a long time to guide the principles on whatever machine learning methodologies implemented, and this goes more around. How do you make sure that this? Does are trustworthy and that's really the essence of if you're going to delegate the machine writing mechanics to he system then how you trust, the system is doing what he's doing a few things you need to trust. Of course that machine learning moves so fast. You want to ensure that you're kind of up to date, but beyond that in three the area. On extreme ability reporting the for just the data science expandability for anything. Yeah. That's interesting and I know that you talked a little bit about mine. St Be and how that came about, but maybe could for our listeners. Could you share a little bit more about your background? And what inspired you to start this company? Things Michael. At her again and myself, we've known each other for a long time and ever since we've known each other, we have been a obsessed with the fact that many people today make decisions that are crucial to their lives, the directional companies and they use them without taking into account the data that they have. And an all angles with lightweights information everywhere and I think that that was our our inspiration to understand how we should make something that could aggregate the knowledge or the experience that we've had in past twelve years open much learning, so it was available to as many people as possible and beyond that. Particular Myself I have been working before on building predictive models for healthcare and all their industry that are not by the main. I always felt that this risk of responsibility being relegated upon the defense team's was really dangerous, and hopefully assistance, a may still conceptualize a little bit the learnings, but nonetheless I know for like my personal experience feeling that we were having. A lot of the true domain expertise was being ignored under or the people that should be driving the wheel of machine. Learning should be lows, understand their industries entitles so the motivation was to hold was augmenting people capacity to make decisions, and to make sure that the people are making decisions and also the most savvy about their. Make sense and I think those are great calls as good reasons for people start companies, and you know especially now. This is transformative technology, so we definitely expect lots of great new companies to emerge. That are taking advantage of that so talking. Let's talk about some of the challenges. So what are some of the challenges that you've seen with companies that are either adopting auto, mel tools or those who have been trying to implement not on our mental and you know. How can they overcome? Overcome some of these challenges. Yeah, that's a great question. So what you do this over and over you start to see this patterns are not only in the challenges, but also when things works and one of the challenges `bout, many companies phase are dish can like expensive or like the cost trio multiple, and for a machine learning approach, and this is because initially you just helping intuition all what is the rely of making a specific prediction, and when you really don't know what the? And is really hard for you justify gonNA bring in data, scientists and People Hawkins. It's so many of these problems. They just kind of stay on people's heads. All it'll be fantastic. I could use his data to predict something else and I. Just want to know if it will work like super into Michael Today, chronic conditions population using genomic later, and it stays in many people's minds, and of course you. You may have tuition to what the reliable basis, but says you cannot be doubt. It's really heartbreaking. Buying from the different stakeholders. People hold me so big way to solve. This challenge is to make sure that the Chernoff hypotheses happens very quickly so that people can just think of new ideas and things may work on have the capacity to testament, not rapping approach and development in house pioneered many of it's. Like the minimum viable product, and was so many methodologies that led us to believe that building software is something that can start with like raw hypotheses, and you'll just want to try the quick's and you want to ensure that you can do that with machine learning. And again. That's one of the key challenges ensuring that stakeholders even if they don't understand the rely, the cost of doing experiments is so low that they can afford to them until being honed down into a problem that has a huge horrible Ireland. That's the right time to bring dated thanks, Demon, drill down into optimizing that problem. The second challenge that we see is that comes. With the hiring of assigned. Especially, if you're in an industry that is not attractive to a very proficient like today, if you graduate from like ten flirting they the stop schools were computer science on your company in the Middle Nebraska is going to be hard for you to convince that kind of top leaders hunters to come and work for you just because the market is so like overwhelming for the opportunity that big house that is really difficult for many companies really happened with talk talent, and therefore you end up. Up bringing that probably not bad expert, and that has an until many risks that will ultimate me get into you, not having commission things you most of our return. I think that combination of was to just really important with direction, which Aubanel and many of these trends Mogi. Yeah, that's great. You know and I think as companies continued to adopt that and you know you touched upon also data scientists how we still have talent crunch pinning that data scientists, more and more people are getting interested. Interested in that, but it takes time to train them and we haven't yet caught up with that, so we need tools that can help people to still move forward with their projects. So that's great. We always like to end our podcast with the same question. What do you believe the future of a is in general and its application to corporations, and beyond.

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"aubanel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"aubanel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"aubanel" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"aubanel" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"aubanel" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"aubanel" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Interesting story by Kevin O'connor here Vermont Easter celebrations move online amid corona virus crisis. And of course the the sort of opposite picture was featured heavily in the news over the weekend where some some churches around the country Were went ahead and held services And I I saw a picture of one that looked like they were trying to maintain some kind of social distancing where people were fairly spread from far apart in the pews in the in the in the church that was photographed in one online report. I saw anybody in Vermont. Actually hold a church service this past weekend. You know. I'm not sure about that. Kevin had really Kevin has been following a bunch of different ways that life is moving online And he had been I know He has been interested in seeing how religious communities have been Have been having adjusting their schedules Given the virus pandemic and so he he really Has He really was focusing on the ways that That from our church is church communities were preparing to be Preparing to be celebrating with with online livestream services. And and you know it's interesting. I didn't there. There were Some really interesting insights from different folks around the state about how About how the symbolic that? This is a bit of a symbolic Not being able to go to. The church was really symbolically significant to a lot of them right now. Well That there could be. There was meaning even though even though folks weren't able to come together for that there was real meaning for for them and in the way that they were able to celebrate that that is interesting. I I sort of And and by the way I will say you know I want to express my sympathy also toward Toward these folks A lot of people are are very very devout and serious about their faith and and and going to church or synagogue or or other a religious facility and gathering together as a community are such important traditional parts of of of faith that To miss them is is is a really pretty heavy duty thing and I. I don't mean to won't make light of it because it's very important to people and I want to acknowledge that express I feel for you. I think it's it's a tough tough situation. I I I had Bishop Christopher Coyne have the Roman Catholic diocese of Vermont on a week or two ago about just the up what was then the upcoming holy week. And how all that was going to work out and the diocese was taking all of this very seriously in essentially had shutdown actual gatherings and and again that's gotta be lots of Catholic friends and loved ones and so on who. I think that's strong a lot of people for a loop and I think that that is. That's very tough circumstances and I just hope think that they they gotta get through this somehow so I hope that that works out and I know this is a really significant time in a lot of different face moves that we we also had a story last week about how Jews them from Mark Passover The ways they found US digital tools to come together Later this month The in the month of Ramadan will begin on April. Twenty third So it's it's interesting to see you know. I think one of the things that I'm finding really interesting as journalists covering this is how people are finding ways to continue really important. Parts of life Without being able to they fleet go to the places that we typically go and and And Yeah and You know I certainly i. Maybe I'll do a little call here that we really like hearing from folks about how they're how they are adjusting their their lives So you know if you're doing You're celebrating these different things or just moving through life. Let us now 'cause it's this is a really unusual time and I think a lot of the stories of how people are coming together are really beautiful. Yeah and and you know one the one thing. I think it will be a story. It's sometime I hope not distant future that you know I I suspect reporters will will look be looking to find out whether I mean let let. Let's another big development of our trend in in Kind of American religiosity and certainly that here in. Vermont has been declining attendance at worship services of all of all kinds and I sort of wonder whether this this phenomenon of of all of a sudden really emphasizing the on lot availability of Of this kind of thing will maybe bring some people back. You know. I'm thinking it's tough to get up on Sunday morning. I'm sure for some people You know and and go to go to church and that sort of like a Oh I don't want to get dressed up going to church and so there you go. There's a contributing factor in declining attendants. And and so if all of a sudden you can you can basically go to church online. Maybe that'll enhance participation. A down the road I don't know could be interesting to deal with their. Hey Elizabeth before I let you go. I did want to give it some time to your story about this other. You know so many things that we were trying to figure out how to how to adapt and how to adjust to this weird world. We suddenly find ourselves living in in in in one one subset of the population being very heavily effected here our families particularly those which have gone through divorce or whatever there have been shared custody Ravens The kids go to one house for x days or week or whatever and the other house for the alternate alternating time period and all of a sudden it becomes very difficult. What's going on on that front? So yeah so I think a lot of parents. When when the governor's order the his stay home order came out last month. I think it was a it was a pretty jarring instruction Men You know. Parents are concerned about the safety of their children and their families and And one that I spoke with sort of like me if the governor is telling us to stay home to that man that if I'm driving my kid to drop them off. Does that mean that I'm going to get pulled over and asked you know what I'm doing out That is not the case. You know the courts have been very clear and the and the administration has got a message has been clear as well They exchange custody exchange Children between parents as part of a custody agreement is That remains in place that is considered a central During this time but you know they're they're still despite that. There are a lot of complications that that come up for people. I mean one thing. Is that schedules have been disrupted so just on a practical matter. You know. Kids aren't going to school. So it's not as easy to drop your kid off in the morning and have them go to the other parent right after school And then there's like a lot of it sort of has raised put put new significance different elements of this right so like if one parent My have underlying health condition. That makes them more vulnerable to illness. what does that mean for for having a regular exchange you have if the child is going back and forth could they potentially becoming carrier and how do you adjust and not And Yeah Book with a lot of family law attorneys across the State. Who said that? They've been getting a lot of questions from parents about what to do. And what's what's safest for their families and if they want to change things how they're supposed to go about that There are opportunities in. The courts are largely shut down Their regular activities Because during the state of emergency But they are considering Certain emergency motions so like if family situation rises to the level that That they you know it counts as an emergency then could Petition the court and and potentially get a new order get their order amended So there are. There are legal opportunities to change it but You know a lot of for a lot of parents. One attorney that I spoke but she she said that you know a lot of parents are sort of figuring out Together they're working together to figure out what those safest and best arrangement and changes that they can make without going to the courts But it it is. It's a it's a really complex issue And one that's really emotional right because you want to when when things are scary You WanNa be with your child and you WANNA be making safe decisions you the the the the parent you interviewed from my belief Heinsburg. It was You actually quoting. Here's as there was a quote about the when the when the when the world is on fire. You want to be with your kid. I believe it was that's in fact. That's a win. The world is on fire. You want to be with your kid and you know these. These circumstances of child custody sharing and so on are are tough and emotional and can be difficult even the best of times. I think we all know. And if you layer this over over that basic situation there Just becomes much harder. I think for a lot of folks in one of the one of the quotes. I was really struck by story just in terms of the sort of whiplash feeling people are getting out there. You interviewed Patricia AUBANEL lawyer Chester Chair. Family law section of the Vermont Bar said they have one order from the courts and another from the governor and their conflicting so I can see why a lot of families would be sort of. What do we do now kind of a frame of mind here Meanwhile there's all this issue of kids being home From school Which means more time with whichever which whichever parent and so about what a tough tough set of problems here right? Yeah it is you know. It's it's complex and it's I did Lawyer lawyers are hoping to get more guidance from the courts to so they can better advise their clients on how they should be proceeding I reached out to To achieve superior judge on this and he's he doesn't expect that the courts are going to be issuing anymore guidance because as he put it all of these situations are so unique and they're so particular and tailored to the individual family isn't so it's hard to really create like a blanket situation here A- As such a it just means that we have. There's so many people that are in just such particular situations I I would just add that you know again they they I the courts and an attorneys are saying that right now if you have a custody order that that determines you know contact with between children and families our children our parents On a certain schedule those are those are still enforce regardless of the stay. Home Warner And that's exciting people to follow That for folks that need that feel that they should change. Their situation. Should Change Attorneys I spoke with said You know. Try to reach out to to an attorney And talk about your options Tell situation all around. Is there so many.

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"aubanel" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

12:08 min | 3 years ago

"aubanel" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"You are listening to call me one and so it was going everybody is uh-huh Ziskin totally for says thank everybody who comes back every single week yet download streams all that good stuff policing teams awesome love and thank you so much for engaging with us on facebook if you do not know we are located on facebook only know instagram so go ahead and like and subscribe to page you like our page but check out all of our videos hopefully those motivational videos that we're giving you every other today is keeping you motivated and you're inspired in our deaths it S- are popping out for you every Thursday yeah so I mean hopefully everybody's loving but we don't fuck with the Graham no Morphou podcast not now we just keep our personal stuff like our own the ages and things of that nature but I'm I'm being really instagram's getting bored anyway it's been born for love but it's like really daunting now it's a little repetitive is it's annoying it's like everybody follow us a specific step to Pacific thing and it's like if you not influence our entrepreneur your comedian if you're not a comedian your of fake artists artists you just want to be a public figure whatever the fuck that is I think sesame is like to me is becoming like a doug maybe because we're it's so a part of their world was stuff is always changing and instagram facebook have been around for almost facebook has been around over okay like public publicly is the year pilot eighteen years yeah eighteen years one thousand nine hundred and then instagram it's coming up on his ten year war no it's warm thing it's not eighteen fifteen years so madam sorry I mean what Instagram is almost almost yeah instagram is almost ten leers years got some time yeah for yeah 'cause it was it was on within three years it'd be taking you because it was an Iphone I yeah IOS iphones only I and everybody made a big deal like my like my my thing where everything is still should not be on Android I feel like unless a of great they hammer anything but phone calls should be on Android and I'm not even one of them people oh my God iphones a better I get we'll works for you but when we talk about being interactive on social media when it comes to Instagram's stories and Schleyer Guy Oh it takes pitches better has nightmares like nobody when you doing choppy video nobody giving this story like it's back into early two thousand off one of them fucking Chinese movies where the the dub is completely often the way it looked just like that way it's like you got a five second lag on you it's like if a if a two year old is telling you your neil and clear come on that ain't good combining their baby to like today when it comes to that likes like facebook only in noisy the the the people that I know that are on like they like facebook annoys me because of my family but installation was annoying sorry because you have facebook annoy me and we had this conversation about people that live and we'll never see this shit that they live it do like I said the people the people I know who were on it exactly it's like look I know what I'm GonNa get I know what's GonNa instagram is like something new every day like it's like I get it like Oh like when somebody runs out tend to do they just showed literally like I know I I'm GonNa be a tabby patio ain't GonNa quarterback I Wanna I won't I won't this one but there's somebody I I know of for new for a long time like she has nothing to pose so nasty Sean has all the time talking about everybody needs to show love to the bigger girls and things of that nature I'm like all right cool you can say those things like let's be real quotes put a quote nobody cares and nasty tone she she she was he's doing right now and I hate that people do this to you find a mean in the take it and make it look like he's like Monday circulate ten times before you decided to write it like come on stop trying to use social media for what it is that's it like you use it they not using it for what it is I obviously you are brought up after like a lot of majority of people got away from his they usually use it for that it is I guess game look at me wrong it's a game to maneuver through it but it's like there's and there's very little fun in instagram money you know what I used to be one of those people that cared about like other than my business page my love is enough productions and surround page I care about the outlet for my personal page I used to care about the layout for that nowadays we like she if I want to pitch on which I never cared about lay on personal it's like I'm going dope shit regardless of course it's different with my grandparents but that's a whole nother story out no it's it just bothers me when stuff is like the color color shit CDs match as if we look at it like it's just so much it'd be looking random ass shit on a page but then you got people like myself who is GonNa look for inspiring shit regardless yeah I just WanNa see something dope I really don't care about so if your blues next to a blue next to blue a new now I don't care about that type of stuff while I'm looking at other people page but I mean it's a representation of me but now I'm just like I don't even be looking at social media like that I look at it but I don't post as much Shami after why you've got to be content with putting content exactly but yeah I mean you're getting getting into the show like we have a special shout no we just have a shallow investor Oh so very special I think it's special I was I mean I really WanNa take away from whatever the anyway it's a special shots because tomorrow is special person's birthday we're going to be celebrating the year as rockies birthday's tomorrow and Al Sharpton not even joking that serious that third person and list that's very important to this park I I I only name them okay so you say you won't even let me say this shoutout thought I was going to go say now you know now as you as you're as a mark definitely let go as you have is your moment so tomorrow is Joseph's boy's birthday are you excited that was what you wanted to do that's what I was gonNA come to build a dam you interrupting me like seven times but now birthing are you excited are you excited I'm GonNa make it there I yeah as the Lord says the same irs so you better not there you are Alabama into the universe like Lord let 'em dad like this definitely out of my control Aubanel Year thirty four oh you turned that whose number is that hockey on your money you know basketball is Molyneaux no use his name like it was Tom Johnson and the greatest basketball player in his last name it'll be and I'm not a big name person either so that's exciting now do like me though I mean Z. Like for one and I said this other day to like for one as Cliche as it sounds I literally made it past a lot of ages of people that I know like it's true growing anybody who anybody who legitimately grew up through the nineties somebody who was born in ninety six in nineteen ninety nine go away when three like I'm talking head up out here all through the nineties a lot of people I grew up around the were dying when I was growing up I mean it's you know goes through life in general but like a Lotta people I didn't make it to twenty one twenty two and in in an hour they were saying that nobody's GonNa live past eighteen twenty one like it was it was a big deal to make it to twenty one you know now now of course as a black man you wanna Ga will make it to forty impasse forty because he wanted to fix right but to get to the getting to thirty three was a big deal for me yeah and then like you know getting closer to thirty four and then then then lily just like the drastic but I believe in new of course New Year comes you have to recognize but for me it's like birthday to birthday that's like yes that that year like what did I do in the and literally from my birthday last year to this year like the amount of change in the amount of things that just like came out of nowhere just just shook up and disrupt in my world it's like that it's so funny because birthdays will have you reflect on your life lying real quick maybe like died I did this especially when you realize that you get you get so much appreciation like the amount of people in your life initiate you living on top of the fact that all of the blessings that you know the fact that you wake up that day you know God gives you breath but awesome so the fact that you have people like our actual people people around you that like I am so happy you I'm so happy that you are living your breathing everything is great and that wishing you will wishes in these are just not people that even if you don't talk to them every day but these are people that every time you you see them next season you to know that they're like hey I'm still happy you hear my Nigga like that is so that brings you so much -joy even if you're not a person as celebrates birthdays say here kind words from people that are around you they're like hey I'm happy that you're still here black man because you know life is really really hard and you know sometimes you don't hear those encouraging words until there is a celebration which is the best time here but it goes a long way wing you are able to go back to text message or listen to a message facebook message that somebody posted about you I don't I don't I don't really get I never really got too many people to make post about me yeah like that's and it's not even about being popular I was just never that person like I would have the private tax is mostly private tax that will people who do have a number of very very number now you can refer back to those two feels good now it's.

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Drug costs push some to ration medicine as U.S. unveils plan to import

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

07:21 min | 3 years ago

Drug costs push some to ration medicine as U.S. unveils plan to import

"Let's go to Greg Marshall Don. WHO's the executive director Revis A._A._R._p.? Vermont and get this conversation started right off <hes> he is <hes> talking to us today mainly about <hes> legislation in Washington Washington in the Congress which would be <hes> help to <hes> straighten out the problems that a lot of folks see with prescription drugs in the cost of prescription drugs and Greg. I I walked me to the program. Thanks so much for joining me. Thanks for having me Dave and tell me a little bit about <hes> this legislation and <hes> where it is in the process and what the prospects are was sure. I mean first of all I just want to remind your viewers may be something that they don't need to be reminded. They've gone to the pharmacy anytime in the last five ten or fifteen years but we of course pay the highest drug prices of any <hes> industrialized country in the world brand brand name drugs continue to skyrocket and price and really exceed the general rate of inflation year in and year out and sort of a statistic for Vermont others to to remember at the average annual cost of prescription drug treatments increased almost sixty percent between two thousand twelve and two thousand seventeen while the annual income Vermont is on the increase about eleven and a half percent so that just sort of sets the stage for what people already know if they go by prescription drugs that they're incredibly expensive <hes> for A._A._R._p.. Team members and for retirees were living on a fixed income. They are forced to make some really painful choices in you know Kennedy heat the house in the wintertime it. Can You buy the insulin that you need. If you're a diabetic making choices between food and medicine rent and medicine <hes> these are things. We don't think anybody in this country ought to have to do but certainly we don't feel that way we <hes> we feel very strongly about <hes> seniors in our own state right now there does seem to be frankly and perhaps surprisingly some some movement on prescription drug reform in Congress <hes> this is an issue that president trump talked about in the campaign <hes> and has continued to talk about in a pretty forceful way just last year Florida <hes> one of the biggest states in the nation one of the states that have the largest number of retirees Peste reimportation bill that the president accident has instructed H._H._S. to figure out how to execute <hes> and so there's been some stuff going on in the state level but very recently the Senate finance committee on a bipartisan and level <hes> which we don't see very often either passed a prescription drug package <hes> out of the Senate which includes looking at ways to cap prescription option drug prices looks at ways to get <hes> generics to the market faster <hes> and also <hes> with some amendments potentially allowing <hes> secretary terrier negotiation four people on Medicare so that you can so bulk purchasing Ken can be done the house <hes> with leadership frankly of <hes> our congressman Congressman Peter well-chosen influential member of the committee that is <hes> undertaking <hes> the work in house should have a package announced in early September <hes> and <hes> <hes> then they can rectify those two things. We think that there's a window sort of between post Labor Day you know in Thanksgiving to get this done what we are concerned about. Is it goes much longer than that. We are firmly entrenched in in a in a political year a presidential political year and not much will happen so there's a short window <hes> mm-hmm but we think there might be for the first time in decades significant progress on this issue now I I heard that criticism about this legislation which which is <hes> it is said that it it still does not allow negotiations directly between the government and pharmaceutical companies about the prices of drugs but it sounds like there there. Maybe a slight opening. Tell me about that well. <hes> <hes> Senator Debbie Stephen Ow of <hes> of Michigan offered an amendment and I think we'll run through the appropriations process process which is a way to do that <hes> which would allow <hes> the secretary of Health and Human Services to negotiate much like <hes> <hes> much like we do for our veterans <hes> and N._B._A.. Able to bulk purchase drugs for the tens of millions of people are on Medicare. I mean this is a pretty simple thing to do and there's a reason why people people drive to colchester go to COSCO because if you buy you know a package of fifteen rolls of toilet paper it's going to be a lot cheaper than buying to somewhere so it's <hes> it's simple math and it's the way that every other industrialized country in the world does it <hes> and there's simply no reason why we can't so <hes> aubanel amendment if it is able to move would would offer that <hes> that new negotiating power <hes> which would make a huge difference between cost downs for people on Medicare care and the <hes> the prescription drug legislation that is pending right now you. You're saying that it needs to happen this year. I mean if it doesn't <hes> there's there's no chance that it would happen next year and it just because of the political years you put it. Yeah I mean I think if you look at the history and <hes> Dave Kerr this for her a long long time you rarely see much congressional action during presidential during sort of a year leading up to a presidential election <hes> members of Congress Congress all of whom are up not all senators members of Congress the PR m people running for president therefore don't have to be on the record for any specific votes they can talk and more platitudes kids <hes> so we think that there is a short window here between sort of right after Labor Day right before Thanksgiving <hes> to get this done the house package will be out in early September <hes> they can conference with the Senate and there can <hes> there can be something to vote on <hes> before that happens and I think frankly <hes> the president needs to continue to keep talking about why he thinks issue's important. He keeps telling Americans that they're being ripped off by the drug companies we at A._A._R._p.. Agree <hes> what we're GONNA need his leadership Senate leadership leadership and House leadership to get this done seems though that all this talk about impeachment could interfere year I mean the president earlier on this year was saying that that the investigations have to stop if any legislation is going to happen <hes>. Do you have a fear there well. I mean I think that's you know <hes> like with everything in Washington. <hes> it it sort of strikes us as an unpredictable day every day. We don't quite know what's going to happen. Although we do we do know what the president said about this issue not only <hes> as as president but also during the campaign during his last campaign so we have. I'm talking about this issue. Americans Purdham talk about this issue <hes> so again we're we're. We're very hopeful <hes> <hes> A._A._R._p.. Or folks here we can't in control what happens on the impeachment process or any other thing that might happen on any given sort of crazy day in Washington <hes> but this actually looks like it it's possible and this this is coming out of a congress in in a political environment where frankly nothing is getting done so <hes>. This may be something that a lot of people can hang their hat on yeah. I I don't know I I I suspect that that <hes> this gridlock that you predict will be happening next year. We've already seen a lot of it and then not election years <hes> especially in the last last few pardon my skepticism but I I do wonder sometimes whether anything you'd get done in the current environment

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