20 Burst results for "Avera"
What Bitcoin Did
"avera" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"So still with the elephant in the room or there's a few elephants in this room. There are people who are considered climate alarmist or climate hysterics that's a name that's been used this week by safety and Stefan avera as well. And there are, for example, in the UK, there's this group called insulate Britain who've been gluing themselves to roads, not particularly effective in pissing people off. But there is a question about whether this is a crisis. Is it a crisis now? Is it a future crisis? The models have been brought up quite regularly. None of the models work. Michael Mann, who has changed his view now, wrote an article in the 70s saying we're going into a cooling period and then there's questions over the ozone layer and then acid rain area. What we face is a real pushback from elements within the Bitcoin community. And I've actually categorized them. There are people who outright deny there is any human influence on climate and usually say climate is always changing or they bring up some model they found somewhere that says, this is all natural. I think those people are insane. There are the people who accept climate change, but they have a reservation around action. If we reduce the burning of fossil fuels, what are the risks, risks associated with that? We have people who agree this climate change, but think it is an extreme. As somewhat ellix Epstein, he actually accepts it's happening. He just doesn't think it's as extreme as people think. There are people who are accepting it, believe it's happening and open to action and then the alarm is. So we've got a group of people, if I think of the spheres of my cohorts I or friend groups, et cetera, amongst my friends and family, I don't have to have a difficult conversation about climate change..
Game of Crimes
"avera" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"In part to jeff nice reflects upon the first time. He saw the memorial for the victims of the beltway. Snipers so walking long awesome picture setting there's a concrete pad you maybe fifty feet by fifty feet and all these two structure standing maybe four by eight feet tall and three four concrete benches nice landscape lake pied. There's no curious about what this was over here. The first structure sitting there look at. I tell you i'm stunned. It's ten names of the people killed in the dc region through not to of two thousand two by the snipers and every one of those names had to me. Especially those killed. Montgomery county james morton james sonny buchanan walker the cabdriver analysts avera whose daughter was in the van time on conrad johnson bus driver. That was killed a time and It just struck me. Welcome to game of crimes speaking of doing the happy dance. We're doing a happy dance because we got another request to share with you. A promo about another podcast. We think you're gonna like the nice thing about this podcast. I've listened to it. And i know the people who are involved in it. I mean i know of them and it's another great true crime one. It's about the long island serial killer when season one came out in march. Twenty twenty drove into look steve. The long island serial killers suspected over course of twenty years like we just did with gary ridgway. Dave reichert the green river killer. But this time was about ten to sixteen victims. They found dismembered bodies. You know all over long island which is why the name long island serial killer so the christmas who's the host. He leaned on a lot of never heard before stuff so they were trying to. You know they were interviewing people. Developing stories and story lines on potential people of interest will guess what in season two steve of lists the long island serial killer. Chris picks up right where he left off in season. One talking about a person of interest which is a potential suspect and then moving deeper into the investigation. Chris he gets with preeminence criminologist discuss these cases active. Osman officials renown dna experts. I don't know any you. Those and of course the family of victims in an attempt uncovered the truth. This is a pretty cool. Podcast both thoughtful on. Its thought provoking. Chris examines the techniques of people. That will most likely one day. Help solve that case so now. Season to explore many of the unanswered questions that have left law enforcement of professionals and web sleuths. That's you guys confounded for years right so guy so look for season two of lists the long island. Searle killer on apple spotify or wherever you find your podcast and again..
The Sunday Scaries Podcast
"avera" Discussed on The Sunday Scaries Podcast
"About chelsea boots in recent years and this this move to like chunkier footwear. I think we probably talked about this a little bit. Last fall last fall it was i was censoring like the hiking boot style. More which i'm still seeing a lot of Solo avera just collaboration with noah That is a total can hiking boots. You still have stuff like danner out there. That's yeah that's really popular. Dm hiking boots and gregson does a bunch of great ones so that the fit in because they are chunkier sole they have more weight. They have more half. They look better under your your wider pants. Yeah you're less tapered skinnier pants and so that that's kind of where we are with. Chelsea boots like the chelsea itself is fine. But you want something with heft with a thick soul and and that that like just as meant you know is meant to carry weight and his not so slim and low profile. Yeah i think that all makes sense. That all pleases me. Where do we stand on cowboy boots for someone who doesn't live in texas man. I've never lived outside of texas. So i i. It's hard for me to answer this question really well so let me ask you a question when you're in michigan and you see somebody walking around in western boots like how does that make you feel like what's your what's your reaction to that for me. It would it kind of depends on the person that i would see doing it. If i saw an older guy who had more of a rugged look. And i'd be like okay. He's killing that yet. But that kind of goes the same way with like a western hat on that on that kind of person if i saw someone. I don't know it would be weird to do in the snow and so not meant for snow and you can't do that in the summer in a place like that because it just wouldn't make sense and so there's.
Experiences You Should Have
"avera" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have
"So i'm i i will say is the inspiration. Your tree houses are fee manta rays. You see exploding out of the water from time to time in front of by viva Or are they mobile or they mantis their mobiles. Yeah yeah great. That's we've got a great episode on experiences. You should have about a free diving with the mobile migration in mexico well that you that exact image of the migration is what is inspiring this entire ray Treehouse expansion so beautiful. That's absolutely beautiful and stunning. I'll make sure to include a photo of of the travel and leisure magazine and the show notes. You have to check this out. You will be you'll be booking your plane ticket. Yeah quick story on that was we were told that there is a photo shoot. Happening in that folks out there and So the photographer and the model of contact has about staying there. And i sent them now. Hey you know if you wanna stand extra night or two and take more photos now like now. We know we need to do need to come. And when i leave and so when the cover came out i sent an email out to photographer model saying hey you know. Did you know we made the cover. Oh yeah we. We knew that when we came out to just couldn't tell you so How wow stunning absolutely stunning. I already ready to go and the new ones craig. Okay yeah blu ray. Oh don't want set expectations. I will happily be blown away and And then just also curious when this come. Do you have any tips You know in trying to be culturally appropriate Dm need tim need lake pop tips for for travellers here. Wow that's an interesting question Cultural being culturally appropriate is really all about sensitivity and empathy and an not Feeling that you were western expectation about the way things should be is the way it should be and i think a lot of it is getting to know the people that are there on a one to one basis. So you know our team members don't wear quite avera uniforms they don't wear name tags are stop. Wear play the t shirts and the idea being a no name tags so that when you know they're serving your drink they need to learn your name and hopefully you'll learn their name right and you get to know each other and a one to one basis and that you'll feel comfortable asking them about their life and now they live and vice versa into that that i think the most culturally appropriate thing is just get to know people at one person to person level if you can That's a utterly. It'll get get get in and get out into the community and explore don't though Is a safe and secure or for insecure place but explore. Get out her little town of hulu chuka five hundred people go all the watershed going up. The watershed to all the different towns. That are up to. There's like four towns up to watershed visit in the gutierrez family. Get out to some of these local places kitchen. No the the landscape Export who would you. Would you say you need a car to go explore..
Around the NFL
"avera" Discussed on Around the NFL
"You know this is a big deal. This is exactly what the nfl was looking for. Preseason a lot of national attention. And i'm glad were we're able to give it absolutely and you know that's a perfect segue. That's what's happening in the news to bring on our guest today because on his twitter profile. It's his name aretha. Zahn comma preseason enthusiast. Wow that's walking them on the show. First of all what's up arief welcome. Hey what's going on around the nfl. Podcasts you have to be humming over this baltimore. Ravens streamlined process. You having you love to see it happen. It kind of reminds me of uconn women's basketball that street. Just i honestly. I'm tearing up a little bit thinking about the day that the titan will fall you know it's it's gonna be tough but in order for the street to have meaning it has to end at some point of the wise. You know historically what what does it mean. Right true though. We could get a lot of buzz though throughout the whole season. The if they can get the twenty. That's a nice round number the whole year build-up until next and i just checked. They're playing their local rivals. The washington football team and some teams. I would say even maybe most teams this preseason not taking it too seriously you know one of the teams that do put out their starters for nice chunk of time might have ryan fitzpatrick playing that whole first. Half there is nothing that ron rivera would love to do. More than to take down his. Oh yeah go rivals the game that matters. Yeah i one hundred percent grief streak end for to truly matter and i like that from a philosophical standpoint but then you think about head coaches in the nfl and the egos on these guys. John harbaugh it the way you look at this is oh. It's a reflection on the organization and the coaching the attention to detail and why everything matters. It's really a sh- the shine is on the coach more than the players. So you think that harbhajan's maybe do this until he retires. I mean this could go next level. And i'm really excited to see what happens. Yeah for sure for sure. And i mean it makes the most sense in the world that the person who was streak is also a former special teams coordinator right to connect with the depth players than you know. Populate the preseason all right so thank you for joining us and we're nice talking to you all right there you know we wanna talk some training camp slash preseason winners and losers and How about this your guests or if you can go any direction you we know you. Cover the vikings beautifully for the athletic. You want to start with them. You can do that if you want to go somewhere else. What is something. That's kind of caught your eye as training camp kind of wraps up here in august. Sure well the stuff. That's kind of interesting to me to. The vikings probably just doesn't like matter league wide so talk about some of the stuff around the league that i is it catching my i think. The first round offensive lineman had a really rough go of it. This preseason right. Ali i mean there's been a lot of discussion about penisula right and there's all the reasons in the world that it wouldn't make sense for him to you know come out of the gate with with you know all the cylinders running but you know right. Tackle having a lot of trouble there. It's been a year since he's played football. But you know neither allies avera tuck rechristened. Garissa has seen the field yet right. So that's that's a pretty big concern. I i guess maybe the the best one so far has been alex leatherwood which is funny kind of considering the draft conversation. In and the raiders. Pick of him and then slater He's got like some back issues or something but he. He didn't participate in week. Two enso's just like me spoil right because last year is i read off of lineman. Were fantastic even in the preseason right. i don't think we got a bunch of mickey becton affirmative correctly in preseason but we saw a bunch of really great. Kristen mickey though. Isn't it in my. But i like it is now you know. I know but sounds cooler though. I gotta now. We've got doing that until i'm correct ricky. Check on that now. But last year there were a generic wolves was doing well in the preseason took a little bit of time to get going in the regular season but had a really strong is really only andrew thomas right that we were worried about early on. So this offense of lineman hasn't indicated that they're worth the investment yet may maybe all of them will be. Maybe none of them will be out on this. Preseason takes four worried about first-round ofensive alignment so that stood up but those are some of the most important rookies on any teams. Because oh yeah. They were all drafted with the ideas like that problem solved. Don't charles leno anymore. You know you even jenkins he's out. We talked about him a lot last week. We haven't talked about bananas on this show and you know our frenemy daniel jeremiah. Who i think is going to get into podcasting this year. So keep a look on that he noticed your job. Wow tool just does not comfortable and you don't need to be like a former scout like jeremiah to see that and it does get you thinking like you. You draft this guy number seven overall. He's such an important. And then you just change his positions like he's never played right tackle right tackle because you have tailored decker left tackle. That always worries me. I know it kinda worked for jed rick wells but it's not gonna work for everyone in your of all those guys. I think the one that that the chargers aren't worried about. They seem to think he looks great. And they're just keeping anyone that possibly matters out of the preseason but for the rest of those teams like that is that is huge bagels. Couldn't have made the right choice. They're right because you're marchese looking good. I will let me jump it. Then because i you know. I didn't want to dwell on this because we have hit this a couple times on the show. What's going on jim chase. Who is struggling in his first camp with the cincinnati. Bengals actually hit. Pause here. Because i wanted to. I wanted to say something positive about the bengals. i okay. little it's been it's been relentlessly negative on job a lot of bad news this from your your colleague paul. Dinner junior at the athletic has kicker. Evan mcpherson enjoyed the best camp in preseason by a rookie kicker lou groza.
The Voicebot Podcast
"avera" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"This episode to twenty two of the voice by podcast. I guess today is ryan steele berg. President avera tone we talk. Ai based applications platforms in synthetic voices. Hello their voice by nation. This is brechin seller your host. The voice by podcast. Glad to have you back for another amazing episode. Today we talk a and training core technology and applications ryan spielberg has been a tech entrepreneur since the mid nineteen ninety s and has had several successful exits. He knows what he's doing. From a business standpoint many people think about his background is attack but in reality. It has been harvesting value from unstructured data for the past twenty years through multiple tech cycles. He's done it and today. We go deep into several areas that are valuable to have some background. Knowledge and get a pretty indepth overview the first fifteen years of ad tech as well which. I think you'll find very interesting. This conversation will expand your knowledge base and your perspective. Quick shot up before we get started at like that gave voice. Podcast eight five star review last month saying the show head genuinely useful and actual content invoice. Hey thanks natalie for five star review for all the listeners out there that have enjoyed our conversations of late or for many years at appreciate if you take a moment to give us a review and apple podcast or your favorite podcast player. When you do please make some comments as well. It's great to get the feedback. Help others find the podcast. And i'll probably give you a shout out if you want. You don't want you can tell me that too but likely give you a shout out on the podcast as well for doing that. I tried to get to those every couple episodes or so. So thanks a lot for doing that. And we always appreciate that the way you can give back for all of the great conversations we give you and and hopefully you learn a lot each week. I know i do. Also i know. Many of you are aware of the community initiative called coin. We have a lot of activities about to hit next month. So if you haven't taken a look now might be a good time for those of you. Who are not familiar with. This coin is a voice community social token. We're using it for all kinds of things but think about it like airline miles truly more of an affinity activity that we can use to reward each other to do different types of activities have a little. Fun voice launches reporting event host with coin giovo recognizes contributors to its open source projects with bob coin voice giving away coin to voice insiders subscribers and some people for completing surveys for example there's a lot more bubbling up soon as well voiced by hilton exclusive event where we discussed some unreleased market data that was accessible only to back coin holders. We did that back in june. And there's more coming up. We're going to do that. At least twice. As fall there also be some exclusive programmings for quite holders at the voice twenty twenty one conference. Well i'd say that's enough of a teaser for that. We have more than a dozen different organizations that are using back backbone and five hundred fifty people in the community right now. That's growing very quickly. You're welcome to join. I think you might enjoy it. I think get a lot of value out of two. There's no complexity by the way like you might typically find with crypto currency. There's no crypto wallets required. And if you sign up for account dmv and the voice by community discord. I'll even send you by coin if you do that. Before the end of august to send me a dm in the voice by community discord. This is really simple. It takes a minute to sign up. It's quite a bit different than a lot of these things. It's what they call a side chain of currency but if you want more information. Here's what i would suggest that. Ai ford slash. Bought dash coin voiced by data. I i i bought dash coin. Do you have any questions. Just voiced by community. Cordon dmc or you can dm michael san slavic. Dave young roger kimmy peop- ericsson any number of other contributors to quite who've been working with this community initiative you can also join the voice by discord at voice about that forced is discord voiced by. Today i forced discord. That's a great way to all these people that you know in the industry if you want to get in touch with them really quickly. They're very responsive. I hope to be distributing some free coined podcast listeners. This month so definitely sign up and dmz your rally.
Just Fly Performance Podcast
"avera" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"They just seem better at the movements. Mr rhythm there's this just like a rhythmic control the body on both slow and even like a fast twitch level. I'm sure there's all iterations of that. But i like doing just basic stuff to a rhythm to a beat. I think that allows an athlete to have different kind. relaxation tempo. training and tempo. Sprinting is another one now. This one is anecdotal in the sense or not anecdotal. It's philosophical in the sense that charlie francis had mentioned that tempo training or think running seven by two hundred on two minutes. Rest at some. Excellent pace helps decrease electrical resistance in the muscle which theoretically allow would allow. You would think allow the muscle to relax faster. I personally tempo. Training helps me like i. I do well as an athlete with tempo in training program. And that's not going to be all athletes. But i do think some athletes may be. You could say if you're a rigid athlete and you need to relax more in that is true. Charlie said than maybe tempo training is what you need and you can think of tempur training as rhythmic as well. there's a rhythmic nece to it just like doing some rhythmic stuff in common wait movements finally and this will be much more again. Will we kind of went into more of the rhythmic. The middle for we started with oslo tori maximal. Speed stuff undoing. Maximum speed reversals. And then we have the rhythmic which is kind of more the middle. The fluidity i'll go back to a maximal and that's Doing a single egg line up for time like over small rope. So let's say of a battle rope. Its initial a half thick. Put an athlete on one leg or two. But i think one legs really good. How many times can you hop over that rope. In ten seconds twenty seconds thirty seconds thirty seconds is a good one. I saw that thirty seconds single leg rope line hop in chris. Corfe and dan fixtures Sold workouts where they would do a like a max. Slide tan some straight balanced some hurdle hops and then jump over a single lake hops over line for thirty seconds. Sounds like they're higher higher work time bracket and then they'd repeat that so i really like contrast contracting high rep single egg line hops with short bursts stuff so like a fly ten. I think there's a lot of value then or just throwing it on the end of a french contrast set tons of value in that. I think that really can help. You can't go over that line fast unless you're relaxing muscles it's impossible you. You can't have muscles on the whole time to be jumping over a rope on one leg at say three or four times. A second is just not gonna happen so those are some things that i think are helpful with facilitating faster reaction times. I do wish. I had some sort of anecdote to say or relaxation time. Sorry i wish. I had some sort of active to say yes definitively i measured it and this is how you do it. I mean i guess the ultimate proof avera is if you are able to sprint faster. Ideally you're probably hopefully able to relax muscles a little bit faster. So i would be interested in any of you guys thoughts on that one as well but for me. Those are things that i do find if we're talking about just reaction and fluidity and the ability to turn muscles on and off. I think those are really helpful. And they do manifest in faster sprint times in my experience the oslo tori isometric split squads. The single leg line hops. Those do manifest in faster sprint time. So if you haven't used them try them out yourself. Let me know what you think all right so we had a few more questions. But i'm gonna leave it there for this cuny. Thanks again for everyone who contributed appreciate it and we'll see all next week with another show.
The Dental Hacks Podcast
"avera" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Well at least at least you gave gave him full choice rating choices. I mean. that's that's good. Everyone deserves to have a choice. I tried okay for your world. How about like an orthodontic relapse sat happens all the time. So that's i don't know nothing about this as the dirty secret of ortho so I like my secrets dirty so for so i recognize very early on. That was adult ortho. Most of these people are Had ortho as a teenager and relapsed. Because they didn't wear the retainer so there's a subset of people who will own that and say i didn't wear my retainers. This is why this happened. I want my teeth straight again. And you would think in your mind they're gonna wear the retainer forever. And then there's another subset of people who are going to have straight teeth Not wear the retainer and everything's gonna relapse so at the end of treatment whether we're doing power products or design we have them sign a retainer contract it it's printed in giant letters you must wear your retainer forever if you want straight teeth and whatever you know that we're going to give them. The implication is you need to wear this forever Even doing that some people don't share and so that is an uncomfortable conversation because the easy thing to do is someone telling you wear a retainer all the time and then well let's put it in an and it doesn't sit and there's no way your teeth could move in the manner they moved if you're wearing retainer really difficult to call your patient liar while they're sitting right there so you've got to use some good verbal skills there so that's one scenario and i you know i will charge them again or will figure something out. If if it's a couple a liners to to get them back. The other scenario is that you just have a flat flat out relapse in that. I think we talked about. I've mentioned in the last podcast about diaster most opening. That's a tricky man. You've gotta get everything right. The deep bite has to be corrected. Tongue corrected the planet's need to be aligned. Sometimes and so you know if that happens i'll own it and i'll i'll go back in We'll figure something out actually. Have one of those coming up in the second week of august. I don't know what happened but So there are scenarios like that so you also get when you're doing ortho you get these people that are hyper into their teeth all of sudden and we'll start to notice things like they're you know like i remember longtime ago. I had my driveway replaced. And i would. It costs a lot of money. Jirga wake up in the middle of the night like all my hides it. I'd have dreams about cracking or whatever and all you know it's gonna oh that's great good dreams you're in there. Yeah so but anyway these people will imagine things have moved all say well. That's why taking your records and taking really good. Photographs is really important. Because you know it's your word against theirs. I've had the scenario where I've popped the photo we took at the end of treatment in the photo we took today side by side and have someone have the cognitive dissonance to say. Some things moved and nothing has moved. I've had that scenario. And have the scenario where i have popped up on the screen and said you know what you're right you know. Lower incisors rotated a little bit. Let's fix that for you. So it's It's where you retainers it. Is you know you're going to minimize all of those things but we really have a fixed retainer guy did you do with your cases i don't do those within byzantine because those avera retainers are really really good but for the power prox- patients.
"avera" Discussed on Tara Brach
"In your body and especially when strong emotions are there like anger fear grief. What i found in taking a risk is that my best friend is pausing because my habit my old cocoon habit is to keep tumbling into what's next and saying the next thing and doing the next thing it's like do is more. It's keeps me secure. So the non doing creating space takes away my ground but it makes me more real. I'll give you two examples and one was a few months ago. I was going for a walk with my sister and she says something that sounded pretty critical to me and the way i knew it sounded critical. I felt my that kind of familiar. He did twist avera tation sisters. We know our patterns. And so on so anyway. So i was so i was breathing with that and a typically would have a yard. I could hear my mind launching into its defense. I just didn't say anything just breathing with it. And being being quiet and feeling into it and then i could feel as a scud a little more present i could just some part of me said okay. She's upset about something quiet little longer and then then she said you know. I know that sounded judgmental. And then she went on. Here's what's really bothering me about this. And what i got. Was you know she tuned and that was that made it easier. But even if she hadn't the pause from pausing. I would have responded from more of a real place. A little less defended a little more porous just a little. We're sisters it takes awhile you know. There's so much of a hat habitual thing so helpful and then another example from this week i did a skype call with a friend who had lost both of her parents within a very short time in the last year very close it was a really huge absence.
NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"avera" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"An offensive line in front of him alabama and without the huge advantages that they had in the passing But those wide receivers. We'll see because the patriots even though they upgraded they still don't have a superior personnel on the outside particularly wide receiver. Is mack jones good enough with his his anticipation accuracy to help his guys win where they may not have the physical skills to create a level separation. That is used to see him when he was the alabama. Yeah i haven't seen the schedule at to see what their setup is with the patriots and maybe some joint practices. They usually do that. I would imagine they're doing some of that. But that's gonna be fascinating to me to see that quarterback competition there. See what cam looks like. See if he gets his His arm healthy and and he's ready to roll. It's going to be fun. You talk about camping anymore. Opposite those two terms of skill sets Completely opposite so that'll be fascinating to watch year will be a fascinating thing to watch. Let me get to the new. York jets is about quarterback. I mean they've been looking for the next guy since broadway joe moved on. And maybe wilson is the guy. The cavernous is certainly there. The swag that he brings The gunslinger abilities. Daddy also has been able to showcase during his time. It'd be you meant it is it. Should upgrade is office. And then another ricky allies more should help a man because the lodge was one of the best route runners and playmakers every saw in the draft class. Zach wilson has some people to throw to. They still need to give him more. But man i like what they've done to the office. Lavas he was wasn't Yeah now that's the that's the marquee name there it's a. It's a really deep rookie class. There for the jets. They need a lot of those guys. Get on the field lodge. Avera tucker You you mentioned allege moore. Michael carter is going to get in the mix. They're running backs. A lotta. those young guys can have to play. Okay let's let's keep scrutineer. Let's get to the nfc north I mean i feel like we're just went quarterback quarterback and i gotta followed up with another one. We just happened to land in this order but justin feels the bears. It's it's gonna be must see tv It's going to bring some electricity and excitement. When he gets out there and practice and we'll see it. I think i said this previously buck. He's going to be the preseason. Mvp because he is gonna get a lot of a lot of action. There's a ton of starters around the league playing in the preseason so justin feels is just gonna he's gonna put on a show and it's gonna make it. I think it will make things a little bit uncomfortable in chicago. Because i feel like they wanna go with andy dalton and let that kind of run its course. There's familiarity with any dogs. Look at the coaching staff He's gonna make it hard on him..
Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"avera" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"It's what we do. We love the saints. And don't try to sit here and make me johnny lead. The as you were with conor mcgregor. Because how you. I was nearly when he went there for me. When i was there for mendez. I was like okay okay. Did this guy got something. And we saw some earlier fights when he jumped on top of when he jumped on top of the ring and he was talking. I was like okay. This do got a little something now. I was fighting for the belt ryan. That's not early. He was already five pretty. Well i've talked to. I like i say it's back when they ward trash bags when they weren't brown bags. I like the saints. I still stuck with them. You're talking like years you're talking on just came late. I'm not from ireland. I liked him when he the documentary. Come out to later. I couldn't like them before i saw him in. Ufc you you know whenever wear trash bags on their heads and see you. Were not walking around. I was young. I was a young guy. Didn't understand but listen as the saints got better the stakes rose stakes rose. Same thing same with the same mistakes as they roll the stakes grow in. Connor stepped up to before but now added level right. You got the biggest fight of the year. You got the trilogy. You keep changing the narrative. That's how you get people interested in stuff right when you do something over and over you got gotta change the narrative so now here comes the boss here comes dana white winner gets a title shot. Right i mean when it gets the title shot. Champ is charles oliveira right. Knocked out michael hand down in jacksonville do crazy. Beautiful left. dustin one connors five winner gets the title fight. What does this detail add going into. The fight doesn't add pressure. Anybody conor mcgregor be the guy that wore the built before industrial. forty eight. a former interim champion. I think. I think when you look at it does to pori and conor mcgregor. They both believed that. They're the best lightweight in the world. Right like charles l. Avera has the bill. But i believe you take this fight. And i think that each side of this you say we are fighting to show people who the best man in the world is at one. Fifty five dustin dust and has been the anthem jamf. He's been entered trump. He lost a hobby. Right beat conor so he's an one guy in going into the fight before all of our became champ. Dustin wasn't a guy in the in the world. Dust chose mcgregor fight. Dustin said the other day the title fight pays him a fourth of what he makes absolutely for the mcgregor. And you know you know as a fighter. I it is about championships right. It is about titles. But it's also about feeding your family. Yes in you from london everything. Yeah you from lafayette. i'm from. I'm from new orleans like we understand how hard you have to work to get these opportunities. Yes and so you get this opportunity and you know the opportunity for the belt is still there if you win. So if you're supremely confident yep like you say you'll get the money. Why wouldn't you the money. And then you'll get the title. What what does this do to the loser though. Dc in the addison. That's conner at five because see. That's the thing it's different for for both guys because if dust emporia loses how much does it change. Be dan hooker. Be conor mcgregor lost a fight. He's on the run right since he lost a habib sets them back a little bit for connor. It's different right because now he will have lost a hobby. You'll have lost a dustin twice. now he's gotta go back to revisit some of the other fight. Look he's in a great position either way because you can just go fighting the ideas right. He can go find nathan as third fight. Mass defy nothing changes in that regard. But when you're guy like conor mcgregor who for all that. He has still values a championship. He understands that. Even as conor mcgregor today conor mcgregor would. The belt is even bigger. He's much more valuable to the world even though even though right now he's a massive star is different. Is he more. is he more valuable. Is he more valuable to the. Ufc as the champion right. Because we talked about how important it is to have built how important it is to have built on the line during pay per views if everybody in a division. And he's chasing conor mcgregor does that is that an added value for him and for dana in a ufc. You know. i think this weekend's pay per view speaks to that. Because i don't know who we're talking to yesterday we're talking about. When was the last time you saw a ufc pay-per-view without a bill right that would have been mcgregor versus poor. You those guys. But before that it was mas vidal and they they made they made about the bill because generally wanting title and the top of the card. When you're on pay per view those rules don't apply to conor mcgregor. Okay but if conor mcgregor has built now you can just multiply at all because now you get the visual him running around with the title right him. Holding the built the private jets the fast cars the money but the stick at twelve pounds. A goal right next to him. And it just elevates it and it elevates anybody has a guy ryan that had a built getting that title it changes everything for everyone in for as good as conor mcgregor is for all that he did if he never was the champion he never was the jam champ. We're not here. we're not here today. We're not here. And i think that's i think conor understands that right the bravado. Some of who some of who you can be combs with having that built some of you can't be came with being a super bowl champ like those things are part of not only your legacy there part of your bio right when when they introduce you it. Now that you're retired is different but while you were fighting former lightweight champion heavyweight champ. It's different than when they say heavyweight champion daniel corny at light heavyweight champion. Daniel me and i think for connor to be able to walk around in minks walk around in the fly suits and have that built on his shoulder. It's a different visual for him. But it's a different visual for me. Right when i see it. It's like he's not only saying he's the best he's telling us by the hardware he gets to carry around. And that was that. That same thing. And i said i thought he was the. Mvp of all sports. It's the same thing with tom. Brady writes the same thing when we talk about michael jordan. Those were guys who not only did the work but they were synonymous with winning. He has to back in the same conversation with winning. That's crazy because wins and losses don't seem to apply to him in nathan as as much as it does everyone else but ultimately you gotta win now. Another added element right. I talk about changing the narrative. Changing making the fight look different. The fans are back in abu dhabi. Yeah we had three fight cards the first weekend. Max holloway fought on abc. They had about twenty five hundred fans in their mid week. That another fight had about a thousand. By the next saturday mcgregor poor you was full every seat available to four thousand. They had was sat in this week. And we get back to t mobile arena. Eighteen thousand twenty thousand strong tickets prices through the roof longest celebrity list of all time..
The MMQB NFL Podcast
"avera" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Because i do think it's going to be kind of a patchwork deal for them for a little bit and we'll get to that later on with the rookie thing but they just cannot afford to have. What has happened with their lasts like ten first round quarterbacks. Happen zack wilson. They can't just have a guy who's tortured behind lines constantly. Sam darnold sacked. Once every twelve plays last year Which is insane and You know so. They can't have that roster gifts going to waste another number two overall graphic. Yeah and because they don't have a veteran transition plan. Zack wilson is their plan. Makes the line even that much more important. Also wanna shout out your use of big bopper. Big bopper mac ten. Ooh yeah. that's i don't know a teacher brand ship. Yeah yeah. I think we know a guy. Get a t shirt. Get some hanes regular t shirts and just just writing sharpie on it. See where it goes. See if there's a market for it Biggest offseason addition rookie. Why don't you just keep cooking with your jets off into line. Yeah let's just. Let's let's continue this offense of line monologue that everybody came to the podcast here So allies avera tucker and Is mine and joe. Douglas traded up to make this happen. i think that a lot of people who had been sniffing around on the jets pre-draft had thought that maybe robert solve is gonna get another edge rusher to pair and cut a book end and complete that defensive line but the fact that they traded up to get allies ver- tucker shows how important he is to make this whole thing work. And you know. I talked to jeff schwartz who was a eight t eight year An fell pro about the outside zone. A little freaked a couple of times and he said the one thing that people don't understand is how integral that guard position is to running that offense to and for example. You know the titans got roger. Sappho old from the rams a couple years ago because they needed him to make that work. It doesn't work without roger cellphone and still the jets. Think elijah vera tucker. Is there roger sappho right. We need a guy that can get out there and run. We need a guy who's gonna be able to do blocks x y and z really. Well and so. I think that that's huge. Because if the system works right when you're trying to marry the run in the past. That gives zack wilson. The kind of time that he was used to byu. And if it doesn't then zack. Wilson is gonna have to learn to throw faster than he's ever thrown in his life which he gets he still is but to a point of uncomfortable -bility and i think that's where we're going to get into trouble because zack wilson was not touched last year. Byu i think he was pressured. Once every thirty. Three or four snaps. Because i had to look that up recently. That's not a lot that's like two or three times a game you know and so. That's that's a pretty incredible thing to have. And he's not going to have that. Note the jets but with tucker you might at least be able to simulate the experience a little bit much offensive line play. I was just gonna say conor is talking about blocking schemes in which players will make them work and for my pick for biggest offseason edition rookie. I picked the patriots quarterback. So i'm the basic one. I went with mac jones. You know the easy obvious. Pick here..
I Got This Today
"avera" Discussed on I Got This Today
"Chose bramante on the show. I got this today and commute to one more exciting episode and in this episode we are discussing some off. Mike are based draw my basic understanding of life. So let's start with a process of giving some very deeply so the first or do we are going to deep. Dive is as many friends have is many haters enemies you want but don't have a friend so this is clear you'd see is that you shouldn't a friend. What is our favorite person who wants to be a friend but actually Any back cyber right. Who is always looking for an opportunity to stab your back and lewd. Whatever he warned. Go away don't about. You is just selfish thinking about himself and if he gets this right situation then you will not think twice before stabbing your bag and outing you. Nowadays people are losing hope on friendship. Why this is because of their friends. They don't lose right friends. And then the cell phone and blamed friendship all over so be avera venue make friends but the flush of the quotes it says you can me. Coleman here does and enemies you want. Why why should it be meek any means and he. Does i tell you why the second goal indecision and code is if you want to know your mistake ask you a he does that the benefit of the hitters. And any means you vary. You are mistaken. Because that's where they are waiting for. Make you down to make you feel down so if you want to know your mistakes then you have to ask your hitters. They will tell you very joyfully you adjust how to paint them and then walmart all your mistakes in singapore bed and why it's important to know your mistakes. It's because sticks are very crucial part off your part of success success now. What is that basically right out that either tell you with without code and the third is tv or potential there. You are being successful. So this is that being successful in to achieve your years for denture. I get into this success concept of fuel years ago and that changed my life. It was actually looking success. Just as good marks this bag and money that's all texas but this danger my mind and help me focus on myself and my growth on my real success and unify near spot of this court. Hi yes potential. That we talk about will be never achieved. There will be something more to a team all the time. So you will never get the success but once you reach the mark you have set for yourself there. You'll get the success enjoyed for some time and again of failure hate you. And then again. The journey of success charts and this all is calling his life. So how's your life going on. I hope it is great. Even if you are feeling lou and look at the positive of the failures and johnson beard your energy. I the positive. And you're satisfied and i've issue ready to look at your life so that's it for today. I will take your leave but you don't fog it to follow us and leave your feedback under dacian because that helped me alert create more valuable content for you so by the and enjoy your.
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"That everyone who listens to talking tech knows you and i like video games. But there's so many games out there. We can't get to them all let alone do a deep dive on them right. Yes absolutely so. One of our editors josh avera came up with this idea of giving readers forum at usa today to talk about a beloved game or anything else in video games. They're passionate about so you can go to tech dot. Usaa dot com. Go to video games and one of the examples of this is a story about microtransactions written by it professional leaf morganson. If you play video games you've likely come. Across a micro transaction is basically. When you're in the middle of a game and you get a prompt that asks you if you want to pay say dollar or two dollars or more for suffolk virtual money or upgrades to your character. Now as leaf points out you can usually earn virtual credit in the game to pay for those things. But if you're like me or fear like other players you might not be as patient One example he brings up is a sports video game and with a lot of the sports video games. They have a mode where you can create your own player and say do this in the nba. And you can start from rookie season and work your way up in as you play each game you'll build up your skills and you'll get better and better so you might start out like with a sixty rating out of one hundred but in order to have a player that can be competitive. You might want to get it up to eighty five or ninety or something like that so trying to grind that out and get to that level can take a while you have to play a lot of games and it can take depending on how much time. You're spending several weeks a month. How retakes or you can spend money. And that means that you know in on top of the money you may have spent on a console game for example like sixty dollars or seventy. If you're on next gen you're talking about paying way more for video game than you expected so in this story leaf admits that he pays his way sometimes but suggests you get more out of earning your experience and at the same time giving game companies all your money by trying to develop your character naturally instead of using it with your dollars.
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"Blind Laughter" Interview & set with Alex Valdez Show #66 - burst 1
"Your partner jim. O'brien was with a different comic in a comedy duo cold of brian and severa and they had actually worked my club a couple times and then we the way i recall it us. Avera said hey. I don't wanna do this anymore. And my future's not in comedy. And then the next thing we knew it was o'brien vow dez and you guys were terrific together soon. And i think stronger than o'brien and severa. I don't want to step in any toes but that was my personal thinking. Did jim approach you about being his partner. Yes he did. Yes he certainly did and i wanna talk about a couple of things that you brought up their number one. Yeah jimmy and kenny were together for about eleven years. Oh yes. They had some really strong road. Experience day open for a lot of. They became very very popular on the college circuit. Remember back in the late seventies early eighties holidays were booking comedians. Right left to do concerts and being also booked on the open for major rock bands. You know right right. So so jimmy and kenny. They did a lot of that in the late seventies and early eighties. And then you're right. Can you decided to Jump out of comedy he had had enough. I think of the road and everything. And and maybe jimmy and then And thank you. Thank you and Well for all the comics that listened to your podcast they product to. They're they're they're rolling around on the floor right now and and jim approach to me and and jim really honestly approached me. He told me later he said you know. I'm the headliner right now. And if i go back to being a solo act on gonna step back and have the be a feature or an opener for a while. And i don't wanna do that but if i team up with a blind guy that may the team pretty unique and We can step right into headline so at that time i was just an opening up and you know every now and then i featured so i forget but so we really. Yeah you guys were goods but there was some marketing thought behind it Jim jim was trying to maintain his success path as a comedy duo in needed. Fill kenza veras position because you guys had already worked together. He was pretty aware of you and who you were. Because let's be honest for the podcast audience if you hadn't thought about it when you're comedy team that's actually more stressful than a marriage because you're not only sharing so much of your lives and and being blind just makes it exponentially harder but still It's it goes beyond the relationship because it's also business relationship and comedy teams. Don't historically last that long. Obviously there's a few that have done really well. You know a laurel and hardy and in some of the classics but in the modern comedy age there has not been a lot of comedy duos that lasted very long because of the difficulties and u. n. Jimmy made it last. I didn't realize it went till two thousand thirteen. That's a long
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"avera" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"avera" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"In the year was nineteen sixty five. Singapore was kicked out of malaysia and it became an independent nation. Illiteracy mass unemployment and a lack of natural resources were threatening to destroy the country but its biggest problem was security with a week military volatile region. The island was doomed to fail fast. Forward fifty years. The year is twenty. Fifteen singapore is now one of the leading financial centres in the world. That citizens are highly skilled and many of them speak english better than their mother tongue. Singapore's gross domestic product per capita the average economic output per person is eight in the world that's military has more than seventy thousand active military personnel and a million more in reserve. Even though every singaporean deserves to be praised. For this herculean transformation. One man stood at its zenith on october eighth. Nineteen sixty seven. Bolivian forces backed by the cia captured. Che guevara who had become famous revolutionary. By then one day later a bolivian sergeant executed him by shooting him to death. They hope to end his life before he became a symbol of hope for those fighting against the clutches of capitalism however by executing him they made him into what they didn't want him to become a symbol of hope for revolutionaries worldwide even fifty years after his death millions of people wear t shirts with his photo on them even today. He is a symbol of hope for people fighting against oppressive governments. So where did it all begin. How did suga avera become a bigger than life. Figure the entire amount of time he spent at school in his lifetime was less than a year but that did not stop him from learning. He educated himself by reading books often borrowed from others after walking several miles at a stretch throughout his life. He lost people very close to him. His mother died when he was nine years old. His sister died when he was nineteen years. Old two of his four sons died before him all. These incidents devastated him and worsened his depression yet. Despite suffering so much in life abraham lincoln did not give up. He heard all the odds stacked against him and became the sixteenth president of the usa. His feats is a president not only earned him a permanent place in mount rushmore but also a permanent place in people's hearts. The mongols were a similar bunch of nomadic tribes to bar burien who fought and killed each other for the most trivial reasons until the twelfth century. Ad but in the twelfth century ad they cast their differences aside and united under one leader under his command. They expanded rapidly and eventually established largest contiguous land empire in history their empire spans seventeen point eight percent of the world stretching from europe in the west to korea in the east to this day. Historians are baffled as to how a bunch of nomadic tribesmen could pull such a feat. What baffles them even more. Is that their leader. Who made such a feat possible came from an insignificant background. He literally rose from nothing and established an empire. The likes of which history had never seen before historical records speak of their leader is a merciful ruler but a ruthless enemy. His name the name that brought hope to his allies and despair to his enemies was genghis khan.
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Starbucks chief executive apologizes for arrests of two black men
"The mayor of philadelphia is asking a city commission to review starbucks policies that after the controversial arrest of two black men in the location a starbucks customer posted video that went viral showing two black men being handcuffed while others around them wondering why philadelphia police commissioner richard ross defended the arrests these officers did absolutely nothing police say a starbucks worker felt the men were trespassing after our social media outcry accusing starbucks of being racist the coffee giant apologized montereau avera abc news farm in indiana has recalled millions of eggs all due to a possible health risks based rose acre farm says about two hundred million of its eggs are not so incredible they're being recalled due to a risk of salmonella contamination the food and drug administration says twenty two illnesses have been reported so far the eggs originated from a.