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Fresh update on "azam" discussed on Feedback with EarBuds
"This episode covers the week of September. Twenty eighth through October second twenty twenty. What is ear buds podcast collective you may be asking it is a weekly podcast recommendation engine. We send an email that contains a theme and five podcast episodes on that theme and each week's podcast picks or curated by a different person. Anyone can carry the list. We have been doing this since February twelfth two, thousand, seventeen. We've never missed a Sunday night. We are committed to bringing you podcast recommendations from all over the world. On this episode of feedback with Ear Buds I'll share our five podcast episode recommendations of the week, and then some information about the episode. We'll also have some sponsor information at the bottom of the show as well as some extra podcast related stuff I up as always our ear buds podcast collective recommendations. This week's theme comes to us from Liam Dodd and is called framing a different world. Here's why Liam chose this theme. He says. My Name's Leeann Dodd. Theme Cherries is framing a different world. A chose this theme because I think all of us can benefit for hearing from those of unique expertise or experience is able to provide a new ones new perspective on the way we drive society with each other or just very peaceful. And here are the episodes chosen by Liam for the team along with short descriptions of each episode. The first episode of the week comes to us from the Ezra Klein show and it's called Contra points on taking the trolls. Seriously it's eighty one minutes long. Here's the description. Youtube is weird. Tomorrow's politics are happening today. Next episode comes from it could happen here and is called the second American civil war. It's forty eight minutes long. Are you worried about the possibility of the second American civil war in episode one of it could happen here Robert Explains why 2016 was the first time he started to seriously worry about. The next episode comes to us from Length Uzi Azam and is called sounds. You can't hear babies, accents and phonemes. It's nine minutes long. Why does it always sound slightly off when someone tries to imitate your accent why do tiny children learning your second language already sound better than you even though you've been learning at longer than they've been alive what does it mean for there to be sounds you can't hear. The next episode comes to us from the dream podcast and his called magnets. How do they work? It's forty one minutes long. Here's the description. The road to wellness is paved with particles and protons. And the last episode of the week comes to us from Fox mulder is a maniac and his called synergy. It's forty nine minutes long. Oh boy it's the one where a cosmic planetary alignment turns agent moulder into a crazed sex offender. Don't miss this episode. Those are the episodes chosen by Liam. For this week's theme framing a different world. 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Here's the description. We don't choose the world we inherit, but we do choose what we do with it. Listen to stories from four and by the youth climate movement, you can find the inherited podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Here are those social media links that we promised a few minutes ago we are on twitter at ear buds, pod call, and we're on instagram and facebook at ear buds podcast collective. You can sign up to receive our podcast recommendation newsletter at a podcast collective dot org. As we said, it goes out every single Sunday night. So join ear buds podcast collective. This show is edited mix send designed by Daniel Terrific our newsletter is edited by Abby, Klatsky and our theme music by Matt Matsudo I'm the writer and producer, and again, my name is Ariel this black. We'll be back next week with more podcast recommendations. If you like what we're doing with our newsletter and this podcast, please do let us know by leaving a review on Apple. 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How to 10x Conversions on Your Order Form
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today or go to talk about how to ten x conversions on your order form. So what do we mean by order for him first and foremost Neil order form sting bite your checkout process whether you're selling ecommerce products or even assassin description it doesn't matter what you're selling your order form isn't where someone Azam's their car or picks a plan if you're in software it's more. So they're on the page where they're putting in their credit card details that paid they're clicking charge me or start my free trial or that page when they're cooking on complete order a complete checkout whatever it may be that's. What we mean by order form. So the first recommendation I have for you, I had a guy on the podcast last week. His name is guy has is his guy. He runs a company called Intel Mayes and he was just telling me across his platform, their personalization platform. They do a lot more than that but overall forty, six percent lift in conversions and what they do. For example, let's say you're trying to buy a dress and Yulon order form. So for example, let's Neil. Nine both women. All right. Maybe I'm Chinese and they think I like red dresses or whatever I just making things up right now but the keeping this at your persona and they'll be like, hey, that. Just looks really good on you or maybe that just looks beautiful on your right little language like that I'm making it super simple right now but they can hyper optimized for each person. The key takeaway here's you need US televised. That's an extreme example where if you have a lot of money you spend on that but if you're able to personalise on the order form, you are able to lift conversions even a little bit. I'm just giving an extreme example and then the other thing you can do all the little small tweaks from testimonials to having logos to testing the copy like start my free trial or anything benefit based like if I sell a premium version uber suggests. I. May End up trying out call to actions I get started or more. So related to the product like grow my traffic or boost my rankings, things like that. So little tweaks what you'll end up finding as they can really drastically make a big difference in your conversions if you add them up and those on the free trial badges, money back guarantee badges if you add a lot of them up and you can check out just look at the big companies that have checkout pages or order forms look at some of the things that they include you get ideas from there. You can also get a lot of ideas from conversion accelerate the excel dot com as well as conversion rate experts. And one other thing you can do, you can use a tool like often monster you can put an exit pop up on the order form page. So if they're about to abandoned while you might as well try to pick that abandoned up because they're about to leave. So simple enough to do one key thing is I think with a lot of pages you start to see a lot of bloat on one sites 'cause you're listening. To this podcast, we're always talking about new tools and a lot of these tools require you to add pixels of the site but that bogs down you want to make sure your checkout page is not bogging people down as if it's really slow as bad experience for people, they are gonNA leave just because you have all the bells and whistles it's good for you but not necessarily good for conversions at the end of the day. And look at your competitor is the ones that are also begging that'll give ideas of what's working for them on their order foams. Well, yeah. Just to go a little deeper on the conversion xl recommendation for Neil. So they actually have a lot of examples of order
What It Was Like to Interview Wil Williams
"Welcome to inside podcasting the show in which creators discuss their craft I'm your host Sky Pillsbury? This is a post show episode in which I will speak with a special guest about last week's interview. If you haven't heard that episode in which I talked to podcast, critic and Creator Will Williams, I recommend you go back and listen to that first, and then come back and listen to the post show. Today my guess is Ariel Nissenbaum Latte. Welcome to the show aerial. I am excited to be here. Thank you so much for having me. You texted me asking to be on the show. I responded within ten seconds. Is that right you did did it was so sweet? And I could feel your enthusiasm Azam coming through my phone. I'm so glad an awesome moment. You never know like Don't really have the bandwidth or Don't have the bandwidth down. Nice so you do like one hundred different things in podcasting and so I'd love for you to introduce yourself then. Maybe you can also share with our listeners where you are right now. Yes, says it's unusual. Place I'll do that first so that the people know why. There are some strange sounds going on, so currently I, am at a farm in two harbors Minnesota. Minnesota, which is somewhere near Duluth, which is on Lake Superior, it is beautiful here I'm on a farm because I'm wolfing, which stands for a worldwide organization of organic farming I'm on my way across the US on a road trip and I thought this would be a fun stop, so if you hear chickens or pigs or dogs or cats or children that what's going on. This makes it so much more impressive that you said. Yes, excitedly to my invitation to come on this show. So I started ear. Buds podcast collective, which is a weekly email that sends a theme and five podcast episodes on that theme. Each week is curated by different person I also run a podcast. A companion to that newsletter called feedback with earbud sort of similar to what you do. Sky Inside podcasting newsletter and podcast, and then I also run another podcast called counter programming Sheron an Arielle. It's a distraction casts started during covid nineteen, and we talk about anything having to do with the word count or counter, so Count Dracula step counters, kitchen counters, anything you can imagine. We're also taking suggestions. I also work for cast box. Do Marketing and business development for them? They're podcast APP and then I help with the outlier podcast festival, and then I do anything that pops up. That has to do with podcasts because I love podcasts. It is very very impressive aerial. I'm so glad that you introduced yourself. Because I'm not sure I would have remembered everything so much, so I will also add on the sound front that the city that I live in chose today to pave our street, and so in addition to sounds of cows and pigs and children on areas, and you might hear on my end paving machines, going up and down and beeping, and doing all manner of things just really like twenty feet away from me, although it sounds pretty quiet at the moment, good, Luxemburgo is in charge of editing this. Exactly okay well, let's get to it We are here to talk about last week's show aerial. What? What did you think of last week's show yes? Oh, I know, will for a long time on twitter, and on other social media platforms, so to hear will chat about her work was really enlightening I. Have to admit that I am not the biggest consumer of audio drama slash audio fiction, and so listening to will talk about it was I opening for. For me I learned a lot, and then I learned a lot through you as well, and I imagine it was kind of some new materials you is that right absolutely and I mean that's one of the reasons. I I wanted to talk to her. Was that like you? I haven't listened to as much fiction, but also I think that someone who's making a fiction podcast has a really different the they're coming from a different creative place in some way. And there's obviously other things that are involved casting and you know working with actors is a completely different ballgame, so I was really excited to talk to her. For for that reason as as well as others mean actually I'll just go ahead and say it another reason why I was. Fascinated by what she was doing. Was that like me? She writes about podcast and. You know like Kerr. I decided to take the plunge and make a podcast and when you're writing about them there is this funny thing where you feel like. Is this supposed to sound like no what I'm doing or am I gonNA? Make giant mistake. And there's a little bit of risk I think with her situation. It's more risky than just doing an interview. Show that require scripts and. Things of that nature, but it was still I could still identify with her feelings of. This is a little risky. This is sort of putting myself out there in a way that I haven't put my out myself out there before and so. I felt a kinship with that and was excited to have her on the show for that
He Could Go All.. the Way!
"Hello and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcast for ladies, Jesse Love Goo Trivia and stick annoying teams as we are your hosts I'm Lauren and I'm Julia Hey Joel High Lord. We're we're still in pandemic mode while we're recording this. Yup We're recording a bunch ahead of time, so you know who knows where we are when this comes out, but. Yeah so in recent weeks in in our current time line where we are right now. It seems that the only like sports thing that has happened in the last I. Don't know four to six months. NFL Draft Oh. People were so excited for the draft. It was finally sports thing is. That is live that we can watch. That means something, and it was just so much like it was basically like zoom screens, and they would show like this. Is this draft persons at their house in this draft person at their house and you know. Maybe they got the call, and then they stood up and cheered, and they were on the camera, and that was like people were so excited, just three. Sports. Just want the, and it's not even playing sports show Yeah Rama's of eventually. Yes, going to be able to play sports. Yes, and I talked with our friend Tara Shout Tara. The other day and she was like I'm so excited I'm so excited and looking forward to tonight. And I was like why she said because the bills are gonNA. Release the schedule for the fall. I was like Oh my God so. Late. So I'm trying to do my best to help. Bring some more sports related content to fill that D- to fill Azam because clearly there. Actually I was inspired from a couple of weeks ago and we talked with Father Brad. And he was talking about the new. Orleans Saints, an this. This one play at our liens superdome that really re revived the city Yup and it really made me think and so today we're doing. He could go all the way. This episode is on famous plays in football history I love this. This is great sell. The things going to be talking about they do come up. Trivia they are frequent references, I know that there's a lot of people out there that don't like sports, and then you go great a sports ball question by up like guys. It's fine. It's fine to like pop culture. Yeah, I like sports. It's fine to be a nerd. Whatever like whatever Ya is not a high Falutin. Thing the way that some o pretend that it is and we don't pretend that it's. You know. Oh, my Gosh! No, it's not sit. Nothing is sacred in trivial so anyway. Little Tangent, no, it's totally and you know what not for nothing I'm not somebody who watches sports on a regular basis, but I can appreciate it because you know what sports is just storytelling. It's another version of storytelling. It's a war. It's a battle. It's a battle of wits. It's a battle of strategies. It can be really engaging in. into thread to have in common with people to say like it's uniting about Buffalo. Bills Fan. You're all high liven rock down the street. Same thing like if I'm Pittsburgh and I. Somebody runs through a stop sign and I go to yell at them, but I see that they're stealing. I much less likely to flip out so. Wow, that's something I learned about you actually. Good I'll. Sure to keep that. It's something we all have in common common thread. ETC, so the thing is when you talk about. They come up a trivia. They are commonly referenced There are some of these things have had like big impacts on the sports, world and broadcasting, and that kind of thing, so oh, yeah. We're GONNA stay with the NFL. And I'M GONNA. Go in chronological order so the first one I'm talking about is called the Heidi game. This is November seventeenth, nineteen, sixty eight, and it was the New York jets versus the Oakland Raiders so. Kind of starts out your run of the mill Sunday. Football game between two rival teams, the jets and the raiders it ends up being notable because of its very exciting finish. Oakland ended up scoring two touchdowns in the final minute of the game to win the game, but the game got its name for a decision made by the Games television broadcaster NBC to break away from its coverage of the game, the East Coast to instead broadcast the television debut of the film Heidi causing many years to miss the raiders comeback
"azam" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"So beyond that. I think a lot of people don't invest enough in their strength. They don't realize. They can go further than they realized before they can plateau. So. After? That I look at. Weird you have some kind of calling your enthusiasm and natural interests? Yet you do need a test like there's so many ways you can market in general leads like you do need, you should be testing different things that people can called towards one former versus another. Some people just feel more comfortable excited about writing. or creating videos or social media or Selling So I think it's important takes a lot. It takes a lot more work in energy and trial and error than you realize to get the lead generation program off the ground in work in generating leads, so she have some initial momentum doozy, Azam has interest strengths. Be a place to start with. So there's no right answer. You can be successful anything you want. It's really about picking something. One or two things in really putting energy into those trying to do twenty different things. In marketing you can just create this whole list of stuff you should do. So, what's your main focus going to be using webinars? Book, Did you? Pick your foundation for me. I'm a book person. That's GONNA. My my home base. I can do video. It's not my passion and love doing it like happy. Daughter loves doing videos. And other people great at Lincoln. Summit Hashing..
US consumer spending sinks by record 13.6% in face of virus
"Aniela let me start with you and With the caveat that we're GONNA have Nancy Marshall Genzer here in a minute talking about personal income. I want to get your take as the trained economist in the room on the on the thirteen point something percent drop in consumer spending in the past month and I want you to frame it in terms of well. Consumers are basically this entire economy. Now what do we do right? The consumers are the engine of growth for the economy but the consumer has been staying at home. Many of us are under lockdown orders. That are just now starting to ease and so what we've seen. Is this phased in transition from a near lockdown of the national economy in April to a phase reopening That's happening in stages in so consumer spending is under the weight of that lockdown in terms of. Well there's nothing to spend our money on besides basic goods But also Some fear about re reengaging with the economy without social distancing protection and so the key to the recovery will be that consumers feel healthy both physically and financially to get back to spending at their normal levels. And we're GONNA talk about that a little bit with with Marshall Genzer Minute Gina As sort of along those same lines Fisher J. Paul did a thing today with Ellen blinder at Princeton Sort of a Q. And a. It was. It was a very nice little chat with those guys who've obviously known each other forever. But one of the things Alan blinder said. He's a professor of economics at Princeton. He said look. You guys are crossing some red lines in this crisis and Powell came back and said. Yeah you know what? I'm okay with that because this is different. I thought that was a remarkable thing for the guy running the American economy to say remarkable. You know basically said emergency unlike anything we've ever seen before if we didn't cross the red lines we'd have to explain ourselves to the American people and say why. Why didn't you do everything you possibly could do to save. The enemy was a remarkable statement. I think it's it's really interesting coming from pal too because he has historically been particularly concerned about crossing. Some of the red lines at the Fed has crossed one of them for example is fine municipal debt. You know. That's that's something Derek opt to start doing. It's something that he's been asked about four in asked he was always very quick to say. That's a lie. Don't Cross picking winners and losers This crisis Bonilla's so Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell said today just sort of on those along those lines of this being you know an unprecedented crisis senator. Mcconnell said today you know the next relief bill whenever it comes Is probably going to be the last one you buy that now. Not at all because we're still in the early transition of the of the economy. The second quarter is supposed to bear the brunt of the economic toll of covid nineteen remember. We've already seen a five percent decline and US GDP just on basis of two weeks of a shutdown in late March. So imagine what the second quarter is going to look like and you know. Much of the stimulus has come at a time when people can't spend because they're at stale they're staying at home so I expect that there will be more stimulus. We may see some some green shoots of recovery in the second half and it's likely that we will but that's going to be in the midst of an uptick in bankruptcy says firms struggle to make this transition and some longer term effects in terms of the forty million people who are now seeking or have Unemployment benefit so. There's a long red to recovery and I don't think we get it. We get out of a relief effort from the from the government that quickly so junior. You did a piece of honestly and I apologize. I don't remember if it was today or yesterday about the shape of this recovery in the line stuck with me is v stands for very unlikely which I kinda love. Let's riff on that. Green shoots thing What do you see out there that gives you hope if anything right so I think if there's one hopeful take away from that road it's that we're not in for an out so it's very unlikely the growth just fell off a cliff and it's just gonNa stay low forever and that's it because what we're seeing is that activity is picking up in an starting at certain improve as we kind of get used to living in this world at a one thing that's important to note? Is that activities picking up in places that have reopened not really markedly different way than it is in places that have reopened more fully at While to sign of green shoots. I think it's also reason to be modest in our expectations. What's going to happen? As we reopen doesn't seem like he blurts pouring back into their lives with unbounded doozy Azam. Here nearly you by that. And what green shoot do you like it if any well I? I think it's the preconditions that we were. In prior to the pandemic. It's important to remember. This is a a biologically triggered downturn that the economy wasn't broken Going into the outbreak in the pandemic and so there are several things that were already in place like a healthy banking system that can support some pretty intense and aggressive fed action through the banking system. That wasn't the case in during the financial crisis the banks were the problem. We've also seen consumers have relatively healthier balance-sheets than they did during the financial crisis in terms of them out of debt relative to their income. So some of those conditions will help with the economic toll. But right it's going to be. I think a slower road than a V. shape And it's going to be based on biological and medical advancements not just reopening alone
Using Nature and Animals to Manage Anxiety
"Richard. It's great to have you. A lot has been talked about the connection between mental health and nature mental health and animals. And I kind of want to start off in this place. I'm a big fan of social media loved or hated. It's probably here to stay and one of the things that I often see on social. Media's this meam that says the best antidepressant is a walk in nature and I know that you don't feel that nature replaces medical science. But you do feel that a walk in nature has real real support and real help for people who are suffering from depression. Can you talk about that for a moment? And that's new. When I wrote last child in the Woods College in two thousand five. This was ignored the impact of the natural world on human wellbeing on on health on cognitive functioning all of that pitted been in basically ignored and I could find maybe sixty studies because many of them were about the growing disconnect between children and they're for adults to and nature and some of the some of those studies dealt with the benefits and some of those studies with mental health and physical health. That is a drop in the bucket. Compared to how much money is spent researching just about everything else and it struck me that something. So large as the impact of the natural world experience on human health and wellbeing have been ignored. How could that be and as I looked into it? I was working with some neuro scientists. Them they were studying brain architecture development and young children and they were looking at all kinds of things and how that affected brain architecture development everything from parent child attachment to add daycare too dangerous neighborhoods in all of that and those things they were. Aim literally shapes the brain. You Early Childhood and I asked them on. Have you ever thought about how the natural world helped shape the brain young children experiences actual contact with the natural world? And they look at you with a blank face and they said what's nature and I understand that that science has difficult time defining nature. But you know I said to the neuroscientist. This isn't rocket science or and it isn't brain surgery. Come up with a hypothesis and tested hundred. Twenty trees pray or whatever. They still had trouble so I decided that was one of the reasons why this was so under. Studied is the blind spot in science about nature the rest of nature which we are part the second reason. Where does the research money come from? What till can you manufacturer? What thing can you commercialize out of that? Now there are some things I mean parks and outdoor hiking organizations things like that. There are some but for the most part people don't think about cert- certainly funders. Don't think about this as something that they can get something out of by funding. That's changing today. If you go to the chill nature network which you mentioned your introduction. We have a research library here that we built and it is for anybody in the world is free. And there are now probably. It's just tipped over one thousand studies. We have abstracts for him links to the original studies when they're available so it's gone from about sixty two over a thousand in about fourteen years after not existing before. I think that it's interesting. That one of the things you said and this really plays to the pessimist in me is. We don't want to tell people to go for walks because there's no funding for it and you can't make money it you know. We can't prescribe one. Walk a day or hug your dog every day that that's not something that you can fill at the pharmacy and this is kind of cancer. Balanced against the medication is important. Look at the advances that we've made with cancer by coming up with better treatments etc but I would even argue that taking somebody who is suffering from cancer and completely isolating them taking away their friends their support systems their animals and even a window would put them in more of a bad way than they already are. And I think that's what you're saying and you've talked about in your work. How animal assisted therapy is becoming one of the biggest healthcare trends and I don't think that's a bad thing but you also talk about the controversy surrounding it and then you back it up with science. Can you talk about animal? Assisted therapy for a moment. Because I I just find it absolutely fascinating. That people wouldn't respond to this favorably but I also understand that this is our culture. Everything is good and everything is bad seemingly at the same time I think it's more nuance than that. I think that most people understand that their dog helps them. You know most people get get it at this level and in terms of organized animals therapy whether it's dogs or or wine therapy with horses or going outside and connecting with wild animals. No matter what that is people necessarily understand that it's the science is coming now and the science is really interesting though that some of it is controversial but nobody. His watched a kid with disabilities in an equine therapy. A Horse therapy course assisted therapy. Setting cannot be not moved. It's very moving to watch this. One person who works in this field told me that her mother was bringing her child who is autistic to animal assisted therapy sessions which involved horses and he would ride horses with a helmet and somebody would lead the horse and he was. I think about nine years old and he had not talked ever and one day when they didn't go when they were supposed to to the horse. Therapy Her son walked into the living room and said there were horse. First Time she had heard him say a word so there are moving stories like that I talk about a woman another woman who is on the autism spectrum and she tells quite a moving story about not only how her service whose name is Cobo has her but how she has learned to help Cobo using some of the same techniques to Kobo. Us to help her so often. What is occurring is a kind of mutual. Azam is not one way. I don't want it to be seen as just what we get out of our relationship with other animals my promote something in the book called the reciprocity principle which basically holds it for every bit a healing that they give us hamels whether they are domestic or wild animals. Give us we need to give back to them. The same we need to protect them as they protect us.
Trump: COVID-19 task force not dismantling, just refocusing
"As he tries to balance and doozy Azam for re opening the nation with the reality of rising virus infection rates president trump has reversed course on plans to wind down his coronavirus task force it's already been meeting less frequently than before the president acknowledges his administration suggested yesterday that the task force might end by Memorial Day did not go over well I had no idea how popular the task force is suggesting its focus will shift toward rebooting the economy and developing a vaccine the flip was emblematic of an administration struggling with competing priorities averting more death and economic suffering former CDC chief Thomas Frieden told a house panel this morning the virus fight is just starting it will be tragically at least one hundred thousand deaths from code by the end of this month Sager Meg Downie Washington
Public Enemy Fire Flavor Flav After Bernie Sanders Rally Spat
"Well traditional media takes this into Z. Azam for Bernie Sanders online takes the enthusiasm at rallies when they're getting free rage against the machine concerts or whatever it is Public Enemy I saw Bernie Sanders managed to break up public enemy flavor Flav and Chuck D. were fighting over whether to support Bernie Sanders and I kicked flavor out of the group are looks like the time on that giant clock he wears finally wore out
"azam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Doozy Azam for he Bernie that's true he does have some enthusiasm but much less than we have had a much smaller group of people to and there's not a lot of enthusiasm for there's not a lot of enthusiasm for the president also spent much of Monday retweeting out endorsements of Republicans he's made in some of the super Tuesday states Bob Costantini Washington it's eleven after the hour the Dow Jones industrial average which surged to nearly thirteen hundred points or five percent on Monday on hopes that the central banks will take action to shelter the global economy from the effects of the corona virus outbreak meantime Jim Roope reports that the death toll from corona virus in the U. S. has risen to six all six died over the weekend and all six died over the weekend in Washington state the most related to an outbreak in the Seattle area long term care facility and all were either elderly and order says king county public health officer Dr Jeffrey Duchin had underlying health conditions people who have chronic lung disease chronic cardiac disease diabetes the same types of chronic conditions to some it served to great extent that we worry about with influenza art it seems to be an increased risk for this disease just says there will surely be more cases and more fatalities king county executive Dow Constantine says the county has purchased a motel as part of its response plan in which we can place patients who are in need of isolation and a place to recover in addition we're going to be setting up modular housing in several locations around the county including Seattle edition says that there are conversations now to decide at what point would a decision being made about public gatherings you know right now people may be getting the impression this is this is a disease that makes everybody seriously L. that's just the opposite of what it actually does it makes most people mildly ill moderately perhaps and just the tip of the iceberg but the ones that were happened to be looking for currently are seriously also we want to get a good sense of how severe this illnesses and particularly would like to learn as much as we can about the role of young people in either spreading this infection or you know getting sick themselves so we can think about the school issue school closures and dismissals a lot of the community mitigation guidelines social distancing procedures he says are disruptive and not just in Washington state but around the country we may have to get prepared for that possibility and so we have to really carefully weigh the risks and benefits there are so many unknowns in this outbreak right now we don't know exactly when's the right time to implement we don't know exactly how long do we need to keep schools closed or tell people they can't go to work after all the viruses only been known for about two months I'm Jim Roope it's fourteen past coming up the virus problems many businesses to issue a work from home edict when American morning returns after these messages look around you it's a wireless world and everyone needs a great pair.
The Dumbing Down of Android
"Let's week on the show. We were talking about how android eleven developer preview maybe imminent because we will jump the gun and made a page live and then removed. And we're like oh but it's not gonNA happen like really really sign. That would be a month earlier than they did it the year before. I'm sorry clearly the day after the show as Google sometimes likes to do They went ahead and released android eleven developer preview one so this is the first of course as the name implies the first developer preview. This is not I would say a build of android that you as a every day user would be know advised to install and rely upon although in my experience installed it on the. Pixel three a that. I have here Immediately once I heard the news it did require some. You know some eighty being an and stuff. There's no way to opt into those days. The Beta easy update Beta that they've that they've implemented and that's not on this version yet. So and that's kind of like a nice speed bump to say hey. This is super early so only those who really want to make it happen right. You can do it. Are you ready to put it on your four yet android? Eleven on the Pixel three a has been pretty pretty UN. Like unbuckled right. You know for the most part. I haven't really seen things good. Yeah so I mean how does that? Compare to other pre preview. Ones like it's been one is usually buggy right. Yeah I mean usually is but I feel like hopping around on this phone. Now Mind you one thing that. I don't have on here like an insane list of APPs that I have installed on my. That was going to be my next question. Is there a Goto aptitude normally would test out on jeff preview just to see how stability is or I mean? Are you just sort of playing around with talk? That's a good question. I haven't I haven't done that There have although I will say to basically will today's recap that showing off. I have running on here and it works perfectly fine so okay. Your mileage may vary but So far I'm having a good result. So what are you gonNa find in here Well Actually Dunkin have you installed or or messed around with the developer preview. It all now I am. I managed to Jason. How mind three point my pixels. Oh Oh Amy. I really appreciate that. Yeah I thought you'd like that I have devised some of the other guys have put it on it it. It's interesting to see it so I really. It's giving us really good insights however it also needs to be taken with lots of salt. This is so early. There's probably simony scraps of carried from faces that have been thought of plan but maybe not delivered that even more than previous years we need to temporarily doozy Azam with a little bit of
Breastfeeding Equipment: The Essentials and Non-Essentials
"Otherwise coming to you with another. We'VE BEEN APPLE. Podcast and today's topic is or band. What are those essential alone? Essential equipment that we need for breastfeeding. And there's a lot of misunderstanding. About what different things are and what they PIPPA says so. I'm just GONNA run. I've at these very quickly just reminded Atto much sort of longer. They died and two topics so when people sign up to be patted on me shook and They get twenty four seven access to the online library which Hollander Up. Some hundreds of questions really good fell three o'clock in the morning. And when everything's Kinda going to crested and then of course you get access to the folding Azam podcast featuring some regret downloads and things so anyway but this get onto this. Sorry this is just a little many. We've been APP but still really useful information for you. On what equipment should you get a pre spending? So he's just run off with is quickly with and some of you may or may not have paid off and I'm GonNa talk a little bit quickly fix late Hydrogel disc pads. Look these are absolutely one of my most favorite products especially for free time mums. And when they've got those virginal nipples that guy to get it but of a threshing and the next Waco so especially at the beginning they. I would recommend that you basically buy a packet of usually come in like sort of a team of five apiece and get them at about video thirty two weeks in your pregnancy. Save already got the more brady the but the problem with Hydrogel dissipates. People buying them two or three days later than that really. Optimally should have been using them. Sorry that just wonderful. And they basically help your nipples. He'll and between Bruce Fading in that very coaling and relieving braced shells now. That is what we used to use a lot before hydrogel dissipates came along but suit made brisk shows an old fishing gager but cheapest up some aimed at like a hard disk that goes over your nipples inside your Bra. So that you're not boost south and not touching anything at all except here and really really great or for somebody who's very very soon oppose and so sometimes it can be a case. Oh Nipple a breast shells and your bra during the day and using perhaps a hydra drought dissipates overnight. You can't use British shows when you lying down because once you say the structure of them in atomic you'll realize they don't function it. Well you lake everywhere okay nipple shields nipple shields our ally. Commitment is a consum- breer. That goes over top of your Napoles. Diana's certainly at purchased by way too many women buying them thinking that that could facade oppose. It's not really the people that are really for people who women who have very frat or even inverted Napoles and our team pre sort of found crotch to yours as your bike issues to feeding Inzerillo Easter. Helping you buy me Linh. How Lech Napoles and really excited. Aren't you using lies on? Select consultancy to you or or Midwife Assist the right. Product via pre sterilized disposable bottle bags psycho inside the bottles when you expressing quite good because you can kind of just put them back in two zero at forty first thing. You can store them in the bottles. Are that just kind of a useful. You Shaked pillow that you put around your tummy so that you can hold onto the baby comfortably really great really good for breastfeeding support. It's a huge part of your diet the beginning if you think that you're doing around sort of eight nine thousand eight hundred. I which age can take twenty thirty forty minutes. It's like ten hours a day breastfeeding and you WanNa have really good baked support but certainly it should be something that really by about one to two months after having a baby. You shouldn't be kind of meeting any more by the estates. You buy bescot bitter support in defeats quarter and then they lasted a couple of things on mention missing. Bras in recent clothing. I would recommend that you get proficiently fettered by really experienced lady. I'm in the local Brasilia shop at a roundabout eight months pregnant and leave here. Proficiently fight you to the right but she should know about how much allowance. Turn out for Goatman aimed We can meet a minimum of two preferably three really good. Strong daybreak is in some nice soft wants for overnight. It is very common for women to need to be wearing a bra overnight because inside the Bra or base of news impedes 'cause awfully leak overnight and we don't really want to be
Learn About Sex Therapy From a Licensed Sex Therapist
"Lori. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me gave. This is fun. I have been really looking forward to this for a while because wall. All sexes everywhere in our culture productive conversation surrounding sex isn't everywhere in our culture. We have the salaciousness of sex raid. Read the actual mechanical workings and understanding and Dare I say intimacy of sex is severely lacking in our culture conversationally. That is so true. I mean while we are kind of porn saturated sex-saturated culture. You know what is missing from. That is the intimacy the connection in between two people that is not being talked about let alone understanding the differences between people and their bodies. We don't have very much information about uh-huh and where do you go and get it well and you can go on the Internet and get it and you run the risk on one hand. You could run into an article written by you. Ah which which has great information and will help you be more intimate with your partner and be a better lover and have better sex. You could also run into an article that shames you for wanting to have sex or you could run into an article that just gives blatantly misinformation which of course if you try. It isn't going to work it's going to make you feel bad and then of course there's everything else under the sun right as a sex therapist. How do you feel about all of that competing information because on one the hand like you said we talk about sex constantly but on the other hand we don't have productive conversations about sex and sexuality? That's why I think that would when I talk to people about sex and when I go in lecture what I'm saying Mr be brand new information and so that tells me that the competing repeating information out there is not necessarily hitting people in a way that helps them improve their actual working in the bedroom. And so what I. Reid is discouraging to me. There is so much misinformation like things like put on the Internet to have a better orgasm. Strengthen your muscles and that's by in large not true so people are misdirected and there's very little that talks about to have good sex. We need to feel that the sexual connection between that's in our partner is secure. And there's all kinds of different types of sex rate the type of sex that for example I might like could be different from the type of sex that my partner likes and neither one of us are wrong. There's not a correct way to have sex in an incorrect way to have sex. There's a lot of preference correct. That's that's true and many people. This is where they get hung up in their sex life. You know one person wants sex more frequently than the other person or one person wants to do something a sex act that the other person feels is wrong or you know moral or Isky. This preference issue is a big plays Claes that couples stumble in terms of getting on the same page with each other and it can become part of a power struggle that really separates them from even even hearing it. But you know we're so threatened by hearing what our partner wants. That might be different than what we want. We can feel like Oh you know my partner is GonNa think I'm frigid rigid or I'm a bad love or not area invented. We really worry about that kind of stuff. And then it's shutdown good conversation that could be productive active. I think one of the biggest. I'm going to say lies. That is out there is that couples should orgasmic at the same time that having an orgasm awesome together is the goal. Because that's how you see it in television and movies etc and I learned in preparation for the show. And because you know I'm over or forty that that is so incredibly uncommon that likes to never happen but most people feel that they must be doing it wrong if it doesn't happen even though Oh that's just biologically unsound or or it's a typical right. That's right it is very atypical. And couples come in. They want that as a goal all and they feel like they've failed if they're not having simultaneous orgasm but it is a blue moon that that happens. I think the other big myth that is out there learn how to reflect. Couple is that the movie clip looks like it's a ninety second event. She had her back up against a rough trie. Nobody nobody touches her clitoris and somehow or another she has a wild or gather right and that just is not true. Most women do not orgasm through sexual penetration talked only gave seven percent of women have or gas and true sexual intercourse and a lot of women. Come in and say you know I'm broken. I'm not doing it the right way. I I can't do it. The real way and their partners feel so inadequate. I can't get her they're just through sexual intercourse. And can't we make that a goal. Oh and what's wrong with me. Am I not big enough. What's the problem? I mean the movies and the media showed US something that is utterly fall so as a sex therapist people or coming to you because they have a problem in the bedroom but what. You're realizing that they don't actually have a problem in the bedroom. They don't understand how sex works yet. It's risen to the level of seeking professional. Help to fix something. That was never a problem anyway as a sex therapist. How do you handle that because I imagine they just telling them? Oh no you're wrong. It doesn't work that way. Isn't going to undo what is probably their entire life's experience of how all sex works. You're right I mean. Many Times people enter a sexual relationship with a lack of information. They really don't have the goods that bit. Tell them about their own body. What's supposed to happen? What happens in their partner's body if there's a gender difference? It's very hard to put ourselves in the other person's plight lights and we don't know what their body feels and so we're kind of working in a mystery. Last night I sat with a group of women who are low libido and we're running group in our clinic for this and one of the women took her about forty five minutes to resort Azam and she needed a lot of stimulation and she needed her mind to get engaged and she wanted her husband to be seductive. I said what you are experiencing now is really normal. I know you're disappointed but I gotta I tell you you are dead center with what most women experience. So she didn't know what other women were experiencing oftentimes again one more issue with heterosexual couples. Is We compare ourselves with another gender and we say you know what's happening for you how you can get around so quickly and it takes me not so long. But it doesn't take her long. It takes her not long compared to other women in my take her long compared to her male partner but what she's experiencing normal so a lot of what we do. Is We do normal. Is We do talk about it and certainly you know there are fixes and things things that they can do to help get more on the same page
Site Reliability at DEV with Molly Struve
"Bali street is lead site reliability engineer at Dev the company company that runs the blogging website. Dev Dot to during her time working in the software industry. She's had the opportunity to work on some challenging problems. These include scaling elastic elastic search. Starting my sequel databases in creating an infrastructure that can grow as fast as a boomerang business when not making systems run faster. She can be found fulfilling her need for speed by riding and jumping her show horses. Welcome to the PODCAST. Molly thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to be here. Azam I- Somali. What is your developer Alfred Origin Story? So I kind of have a little bit of a roundabout story I started coating when I was in high school and then ended up going to college and when I got to college I actually thought you know what I'm going to be a software engineer. My Dad was an electrical engineer. And it kind of felt if not right so white enrolled in the software engineering one. Oh one class basically and has. I'm taking this class. I have a neighbor and he's taking the intruder the aerospace class and every day. He comes running over. He goes. Guess what we get to build. We built a racket or we get to build a parachute shoot and I got myself. Wow that sounds way more exciting than typing on the keyboard so I ended up switching into to the aerospace glass. I got a degree in aerospace engineering. Which I would not trade for anything? It was so much fun But then from there you're I actually went into the family business of trading options on stock market. So I did that for two years and as I was doing that Hall of that exciting stuff was going on in Silicon Valley. FACEBOOK was starting instagram twitter. All those companies were really just getting going and and I looked at my side. Wow they're really building stuff that's changing how we interact with each other and that sounds way more exciting then betting which way the stock market's going to move so I quit my job which was a pretty bold move considering it was the family business. I was Biz. Basically guarantee not jobs the rest of my life and I spent three months Teaching Myself Web development with the Michael hurdle to`real and basically that's kind kind of what got it all going. I got an internship after that at a small startup and kind of the rest is history. That is an incredible story and so exciting that you got started. With the hurdles who to`real I think a lot of listeners are going to relate to that story a lot so molly you're I site reliability engineer on the show which is really exciting can can you actually unpack without role entails definitely so a site reliability engineer which you may also here as referred to Sr e in my opinion my definition. Because there's a lot of different definitions and it really kind of depends on what company you're at. My definition of a site. Reliability engineer is a developer whose primary focus is on the reliability stability and scale ability of a website. It's also developer. That kind of has the ability to really step back and take a look at the big picture like the overall architecture. Sure of a website so a lot of times as a software engineer. You're just kind of your in there and you're getting a future build and you might be an controller. You might be a model. You're you're in a little piece of code and you're just focused on that piece of code as a site reliability engineer. My job is to step back and look it out. All all the code pieces fit together and how they interact with all the other pieces of the infrastructure databases servers things like that. And so oh you kind of have to have that ability to really get that that big picture in order to help you do your job. Another thing that I think is also super. Were helpful to anyone in the field is a lot of us. Have some sort of additional knowledge pass just web development or pass jus- this coating for example semes- horry's are really good with certain databases. I happen to be really good with elastic. Search and rescue those are kind of my strengths. other SRA's might be have strengths on the operation side working with Lenox or some other rob rating system. So I think kind of that overall the site reliability and jeers a developer but with just a little bit of extra kind of knowledge college and perspective on top. Do you find yourself in the code base. A lot or there are other tools that you're utilizing ordered to know whether or not the code is you you know really able to take load handle performance. What is the day in the life? Look for you. Yeah so that's a great question I am in the code base a lot Especially at my new job at Dev were really just kind of getting going with site reliability and so a lot of that means making the code reliable reliable and stable Once you get kind of past that point again that code in our reliable stable you know place then you kind of you look at things like the databases infrastructure etc But in terms of determining whether something's reliable whether it scale walk Cetera you definitely have to set up a good moderate infrastructure around it and so that's honestly one of the big products I'm working on a death is is setting up a monitoring infrastructure. So I can get a clear picture of what the application is doing. What happens when we get a big surge of traffic? What happens ends when we run this job and it kicks off a ton of other jobs? How does that affect the database? So if you don't have those monitoring tools than as an essary it's it's it's really hard to do your job because you can make a guess at what you think is going to add to the performance or improve performance but unless you really close that feedback loop and get that feedback that says okay. This is improving performance. It's it makes very hard to do your job. So monitoring is definitely a big part of of my day to day the and one in currently setting up at at debt. which is it's pretty exciting? Once you get it all set together. The insights you can get for Mitt are in my opinion very exciting to see see already offers some excellent advice where you said that a lot of SRA's have specialization whether it be elastic search. Res- like yourself. Maybe it's hosting devops anything like that. If any of our listeners would be interested in a career path into site reliability. What do you recommend they take the first step so what I like to tell? People who are interested in Missouri is become a developer. I spend a couple of years years really honing your coding skills your software development skills and getting familiar with different databases. Like I said My. My definition of a necessary is a developer. Who's got a little bit more up the big perspective the you know possible specialization database this etc.? So because of that the way I view in `sorry I think you really have to have the solid foundation of coating before you can move into necessary focus role so I think it's good for people who wanted to start as a back end. Death and religious get familiar with the technology is get familiar with codeine and then after a couple years of that really laying that solid foundation then shift towards you know something more. SRA
The left Is Imploding Over Events With Iran
"So what happened the president kills a well known terrorist who was responsible for the dance hundreds of Americans including uniform military personnel left no stone the left has a break down if everybody is puzzled by this all you have to do is go back to when trump came down the escalator on June fifteenth two thousand sixteen and announces slogan make America great again member how controversial that once you make America great again what's controversial about that what in the world is controversial about America first but it is to the American left and they're really why is the explanation for all of this of course I'm gonna break it down into many many details for your great to be back folks happy to have you with us the telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the on the program Twitter in my mind has become useful I was never going in the gang on the other side of the glass are looking perplexed didn't puzzled because it is well known that I think I'm sure and Twitter is inseparable what Twitter is highly useful right now on Twitter is allowing the laugh and today's Democrats and the media to show normal people how freaking insane they are Twitter has become words while it is incredible I wonder how many as I watch this this this why as I watch the left melt down over the death of a genuine one enemy of the people of this country and signed with an enemy nation over their own country in present I wonder how many Americans independence what have you for I am the fantasy this and are shocked and surprised by and I do because you know you never know the the depth that the mainstream media succeeds in achieving in terms of persuading people and I have found over the course you might find it hard to believe folks but I have found over the course of my stellar big broadcast career yeah I've said things about just take your pick I've said something and I've pounded it for ten fifteen years and people have heard it ten fifteen years when they hear it from somebody else what god did you see rush must be right the words everybody needs verification or a lot of people need verification what we've been one of the missions of this program since its inception has been the attempt and the objective to inform everybody ideologically who the left is who liberals are what liberalism here's how it becomes indistinguishable from socialism yeah yeah yeah yeah and now I mean it's unmistakable who these people are and they are the ones making it well known nobody has to tell anybody what the American left is or what the modern day Democrat party is because they are out there informing everybody you see where Iran has announced it will no longer abide by the terms of the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement with a mama the guy like Bill Clinton announcing is no longer going to abide by his marriage vows I mean big deal everybody's shocked whether you're right they never about what in fact they may have a buy because the terms of the deal free them to go ahead and develop nuclear weapons nuclear power and all of this look let me take a stab I'm late to this this issue and stories been around since late last week let me take a stab at explaining this and by the way fox I need to tell you I am so I have some kind of a it's a weird thing I never have this little respiratory called and it has I don't have stuffed nose or throat or any of that I was calling Azam I had as well when I was a kid shortness of breath so if I if I speak a little slower that's why don't be distracted by the trying not to make it distracting why is the left being so blatant in their support for an enemy nation why is the left why is the Democrat party going out of its way to tell everybody that they actually preferred the models in Iran and this dead terrorist awesome so much by the way this guy and I have the inside track on how they did it which I will share with you is the program unfolds I mean the military operation I have the inside track how this was done it is amazing and yet as ironic as it is it's how we may have to really really praise the intelligence community for pulling this off I mean the deep state I you see but this this guy in the revolutionary guard general Qassams stole the money his body is being flown back to Tehran in a cardboard box with his picture on it across three coach seats on a rainy in Ireland the New York Post has the picture he's in a cardboard box course there's not much of a left just his finger with the ring on that that's how he was identified soul but still and they've got his picture on the cardboard box but it was a bad dude folks now why why is the left beside themselves I think and their many reasons for this by the way I am all of them I've discussed before but in in terms of what may be guiding this in a specific sense I think as much is the case with the modern day Democrats it's about protecting the legacy of the Obama administration and Obama himself and the Obama foreign policy to many conservatives and many Republicans Reagan is the president of all time the president president said no matter what kind of assaults are attacks on and they're going to be answered and defend and I think to the left there used to be Clinton I actually now think it's Obama that must be protected above all things must be shielded against all the terms it was the mom administration that ran the crew on trump and it went all the way to the oval office there's no doubt in anybody's mind posted by the way still hasn't sent the articles of impeachment over Josh Paul a senator from Missouri so he's gonna offer a resolution to just dismiss the charges because she won't sandy the articles over and nobody knows when she's going to send them over she's trying to again persuading people to re open the case in the Senate for more witnesses but I think she may be waiting for Durham she may be waiting for the dorm report even if that six months from now and you was the articles being sent to the Senate to blunt whatever bad news might be coming down the pike for the Democrats during could be one thing protectable could be something we don't know about but let me explain this Obama business as as a way of explaining how the left is is imploding on this it is very fashionable actually it's not it's not been fashionable to call them anti American but the reason I asked the question what the world is so controversial about make America great again you realize that phrase sent them into apoplexy make America great again or America first sends them into a nose dive into a tizzy what in the world to do normal decent common citizen Americans what in the world is controversial about that make America great again the answer is very simple there are a lot of people in the Democratic Party don't think America ever has been great do not think America can be great because of our founding don't believe America deserves to be great and in fact thanks America's guilty and they have now become the mainstream of the Democrat party Madeleine Albright Madeleine Albright teaching at Georgetown University one of the things that she teaches students is that the United States is nothing but an accident of timing and events that there's nothing special about the United States that there certainly is nothing exceptional about the United States that it was just an accident they were just happened the confluence of events people fleeing the dictatorship of the king in Great Britain it up any number of other things for forces beyond anybody's control brought these events together in a nation was created by it's just an accident and therefore there's nothing really you think about it there's nothing special about it there's nothing noteworthy about it now Madeleine Albright might you might also remember that when the Berlin Wall fell and the Soviet Union imploded that Madeleine Albright was very alarmed that that left the United States is the only superpower in the world and that was not good because you see the concept of America as the good guys does not exist in today's Democrat party in the world wide left do not doubt me on this there is no concept of America as the good guys and that's why make America great again is so offensive to the Americas not the good guys America needs to be cut down in size American needs to be limited America needs to be guarded against so Madeleine Albright's out there teaching young sculls full of March there's nothing special about America it's just a coincidence just an accident and that the United States as a singular super power is a destabilizing element in the world okay that brings us farmers she was secretary state among other things for Bill Clinton she has videos which are common in the modern day laughed and they are common in the American government their common in the American assembly flint that view that America alone as a super powers destabilizing is a view widely held in the civil service throughout the state department it's not an obscure review it's not it's not a minority view took me a long time to learn this long time to believe it long time to understand long time to accept tough thing to accept can't give me you grew up in your own country it takes seven to go to school when you're a young kid you're talking about the founding of the country your aware of how unique and exceptional America's then you then you discovered that people in your own government non biased don't believe it don't think it fact I think just the exact opposite tough thing to believe lot of people don't want to believe it lot of people don't want to accept that our own government there are people who do not believe in the goodness of the United States the concept of America as the good guys but you're looking at it in every bit of this opposition to what trump is non you're seeing it don't if you don't want to believe me do not then I what you're saying did not deny what you're reading they hate the trump did this for a host of reasons they hate the trump succeeded at it in a political sense thank you that trump has done damage to the Obama foreign policy the reason I mention mall mantled right is because Obama was of the same view you know what Obama's policy in Iran was aside from giving them notes but what was the motivation for all bomb I had the same view of the Middle East that he and Madeline Albright and all the rest of them have of the United States the Middle East was destabilized when only Israel was an economic and military power one of the reasons the and there are many it one of the reasons the Obama administration entered into the Iran deal one of the reasons that they engaged Iran one of the reasons that Obama dropped off a hundred and fifty billion dollars in cash on the tarmac in Tehran and don't think that some of it didn't get the Qassams only money a lot of it did by they know who the guy what is the Obama people know who the guy was they were making deals with this guy they know exactly who he was Obama believe that empowering Iran would stabilize the Middle East provide a counterbalance to Israel because once again the Israelis are not seen as the good guys even though they are United States ally and by the way there are many reasons why people like Obama's Susan rice madam Albright all the rest would not see Israel as the good guys there are religious reasons there are geo political reasons strategic reasons racial resent is all kinds of reasons for it but regardless Israel is the problem in the Middle East the United States is the problem in the world at large SO policies must be developed and implemented to blunt the bad guy nature of the United States and the bad guy nature of Israel and so there's Obama
"azam" Discussed on Science Friday
"For the rest of the hour. How online communication has been changing the way we write informally so when did you I get online was a way back in the early early days of the Computer Bulletin Board or during A._O._l.? I think I signed online for A._O._l.. Instant Messenger <hes> and then you gradually have to pick up the Lingo L._l.. Meant someone was laughing didn't mean lots of love and then there's writing in all all caps kinda discover that might have been a bad thing unless you really were shouting or maybe you're just a person who has grown up online. You've always had text. You've always had emails you understand the INS and outs of snapchat and you know what Emoji to drop into a message message to convey your meaning so Gretchen McCulloch is an internet linguist. You may have seen her articles in wired. She Co host the podcast Ling th Uzi Azam and she's the author of the new book because Internet understanding the new rules of language welcome back to the program Gretchen Hello. It's fun to be here again. It is so fun to have you. I felt like when I was reading this book that I was essentially just re you were had been listening in on my day to day conversations with people and then we're like okay. Let me analyze for you molly. I'm sorry I've actually had you bugged molly. I hate to break it to you on radio but I feel like so many people reading this book with think wh I mean like what made you ah. I think it's one thing to observe thing. What made you think oh I I can analyze this? We can dig in here about what's happening with language because of the Internet I find as a linguist. I have a hard time turning that linguist part of my brain off off and maybe I don't want to so if you go out with Palmer something and you say something I might pause you and say wait a second. Can you say that vowel again. Oh I'm just kind of that type of person and so I spent a lot of time on the Internet as many of us do and when I see stuff going on online I just want to analyze it. It's very exciting for me <hes> and so. What did you start? I mean what made you focus on the Internet. You're obviously noticing something there the genesis four thinking okay. There's actually a maybe a book here. There's some sort of longer thing here came from an article that I wrote for the now sadly departed website the toast <hes> back in twenty fourteen. I missed the toasts still <hes> and I wrote an article for them. Analyzing the linguistics of the DOJ meam was with the Shiba Inu a few years ago and I got to the second last paragraph of the DOJ name Article Nicole and I found myself thinking <hes> there's something interesting here I was comparing DOJ with the earlier generation of your kind of classic low cat memes and thinking there's an additional layer of irony in internet writing now. There's this level of double all meaning that we use now that you didn't see in the early days of the Internet and that it seems like the time is right to try to expand on that again so I was feeling like there was more there and that was actually the first time that a literary agent in contact with me from reading that article and so the timing worked out really well. That's great so I'm Molly Webster and this is science Friday from W._N._y._C. Studios. I'm here with Gretchen McCulloch an Internet linguists and you're telling us all about the things that we do every day but don't even realize we're doing them so I often think about <hes> linguistics as something that spoken like I don't think of it necessarily with writing but you've brought the two together here like how has the the Internet and writing helped you understand the way we speak better yeah..
How will the European Parliament election play out in the United Kingdom?
"Gregory Copley the editor and publisher of defense and foreign affairs is an Australian observing the squabbles. In London over Brexit, more than that, the ability of democracy, parliamentary democracies such as Great Britain to transform itself in the face of obstacles, the story. So far says that the Prime Minister Theresa may is extremely unpopular because of our inability to convince a majority of her own party to endorse her Brexit plan leaving the EU in adequate time the final vote is now delayed until the end of October of this year. But that opens up lots of maneuvering in Great Britain futures since we've all agreed. According to the economists that Theresa May will not be the. Premier in two twenty twenty Gregory very good evening to you. I know that complicating all this for American voters because after all every two years or four years we've vote for this party or that party, very fixed. But there's another election coming up an election for the European Union that introduces a wildcard into the British parliamentary system, what is the Brexit party? Where did it come from? Why is it suddenly popular? Good evening to you. Good evening. John bell. It is interesting elections was forthwith kinds of probabilities and possibilities. But the European Union the European parliament elections coming up this month and actually Britain was not due to contest those elections again because it it should have withdrawn from from the European Union by the state the fact that the the British parliament agreed with the European Union to delay the British until October amid the that the UK head to once again contest, you opinion, European parliamentary elections. So the Brexit potty, which we knew was in the wings because because it was announced in January that that it would be formed in the event that that they record it, neca. And it was it was announced Lasi at the behest. All Nigel Farraj who had established and run the potty United Kingdom into independence potty. Now. He'd lift you Kip because it's not the become a haven for all of the extremists. If you like who opposed to to the present government, but so Nigel left that once it wants, the it became clear that Britain would have a referendum on on the withdrawal from the European Union Nigel tell me a couple of years ago that if Britain didn't exit on schedule made promise to. He would get back into politics. Pullman new poppy and go to the jugular if you like against the existing British potties. So the job of the Brexit potty is to contest the the may parliamentary European parliamentary elections right now. Brexit' body looks like it's going to take about thirty percent of the British fights for those British say to that that's way ahead of presentable Leiva, which which has been looks like it will take about twenty one percent of the votes conservative. The county ruling potty take about thirteen percent of the vote the Liberal Democrats ten to the green party nine percent. And and so on so basically you've got a wreck potty which from to to now has. Closed itself to to gather a huge following on much in mind of the beginning of may, actually, the the Brexit potty launch website and invited membership within two days. Some eighty five thousand people to join the party at twenty five pounds a head. So that raised about two point eight million dollars than an anonymous data put in another hundred thousand pounds, and then one of the conservative party biggest diners cannon city would not support the conservatives anymore and gave an immediate two hundred thousand pounds about you know, close to three hundred to two hundred eighty thousand so sixty two hundred sixty thousand US dollars. So now, we've got this party which is getting a lot of fund. It's got candidates across the board. It's registered as a British political party. So it can can contest elections across the United Kingdom. This is this is very significant because when the elections take place, and if as we expect the vixen potty will take the bulk of the of the British in the European parliament, then Farraj will tell us if it's too domestic creating Brexit. So therefore, the Brexit party is not an end in itself because natural Farraj does not believe in the European Union, nor does he believe that Britain. Will Britain's future is in your opinion. He's running for parliament, he well, he just he discourages a Britain to pay attention to in future, the European Union parliament, he's and and the way to interpret then this than is that he's setting up himself as a power in the British parliament. But he's not going to have a seat there. So how did he go from doing very well in the headline? Lines for the parliamentary vote in Brussels to doing very well in the the next election for Britain. Well, obviously win the next election takes place. The Brexit potty as registered Patty cannon will field candidates that already. They polling for a forthcoming election shipping, it takes place within the next year or so which is quite likely would would put the Brexit potty as one if the most significant hottie in Westminster, and it could pull McCullough's and govern paps with the Tories the rump of the Tory potty, but we have to wait and see that makes you could continue to gain momentum. I think that stayed will have to obviously lay out a comprehensive program of a policies. It may need actually also a change its name. So that it. Doesn't look like a one note when the song. And I think that's quite within the Cavs. But right now, not you'll prize wants to galvanize the potty around the immediate objective of saving Britain from being lost into the into the European Union forever, which is basically the alternative which MRs may. And Jeremy Cohen, the leader of the labour party, maybe taking now the vote is not gonna be enough Taybeh to determine what the Britain's gonna do. It's gonna be in June. This is going to be the fourth time. This is my his taken to parliament proposal to leave the European Union with the deal, which means luck. It's a into long-term trade deals with or a customs union of a sewed with European Union. Jeremy Cohen wanted to keep Britain in the European Union as a member of a customs union, which would preclude Britain from creating trade deals with the United States, Canada, India, Australia, and the like which which is. The logical step. So what what we want to see from from Nigel Farraj is if he tackles that he would want to see Britain withdrawal without a deal. So that it's free to create trade deals with all of its great trading partners. Greg the Brexit party. I understand it's in Susie Azam that's responding to a new way forward. But do we know who it's a -tracting is it attracting Tories is it attracting the liberals is that attack attracting the breakaway labor? It's attracting people from all of those parties all of the major parties the the old left, right? I is not playing as well as it. Once did the the the labor and Britain, nor the conservatives actually seemed to stand for what they used to stand for or the reality may be that those positions within the British political spectrum on a longer balance. So so essentially, we are seeing a break up traditional politics in Britain. The same way as we we've seen it in in in France. But of course, the French have a greater tendency to move politically to create new potties lousy because of the interruption of World War Two which left them in a position where they they rebuild from scratch getting rid of the rump of the labor party, the conservative party, and the Liberal Democrats is gonna be the difficult thing. But if Brexit body comes in as a sizable force, then I think we'll see even more defections going along down the line. And maybe even a Benchley merger of whatever the new Brexit. Potty calls it self and the conservatives I'm speaking with Greg Copley way are speculating about possible turns in the road for Great Britain because of the paralysis that's Gregory that Greg uses that word in the headlines first analysis paralysis of the British parlor. Lamentably system
"azam" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Prominent is changed my mind about certain things, I hadn't fusi Azam's for certain particular ingredients that maybe I don't always have. But my view about home cooking and its importance and in a way, the need not to be too bound up with factionalism, I feel very intensely still that book can be seen us quite a powerful stays as well. I think you've changed the world or change the UK at least when you look at hope people eat nowadays sons hope people see food nowadays when you look around to think that actually did that I actually changed the world this. Now, I don't think so I think change comes from so many different areas and everything feeds in to something else in my mo- meglomaniac moments. I might think I did that. But then after I think, well, you know, what I didn't actually it was someone saying to me. This is good, you know, gypsum, friend showing me, but the tahina I could it to heen then because that's what he calls it a tahina sauce. He did with lamb and now it is more everywhere. But actually to be honest. It was everywhere where he came from before. So it's really pilfering and generally stealing boring. I always credited where things came from. And I think that's important. I feel that if you strive for novelty, which chefs do to chef when the way to says the chef today has done, you know, lobster with Peres and vanilla. And you just think and why hasn't done before. Great. And I think that when we cook at home, I think we strive for regionality less, but we get new ideas and new enthusiasms. But I always like to say where I've come across a particular pairing or an ingredient or a recipe, I don't think you should ever claim to have an idea that isn't yours and actually one gets ideas from other sources, and I think it's interesting to find out who's no Jila Lawson, and you can find the full interview on the menu archive as monocled comb, all I tunes..
"azam" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"So I have been thinking lately about a common feeling that many people reach out and shared with me that they're experiencing, and I don't know if it's because of the holidays, in fact, I don't think it is. Because the holidays, I think it's just one of those things all of us everyone experiences from time to time. It's just it's just as feeling like men like, blah, like, I'm not really happy about anything particular. Not really sad. I'm not really depressed. I just feel like kinda like men. What do we do about that? What steps can you take to not feel men or you know, bloody? Well, I I think it's important to note that we don't always have to be hyper stimulated. We don't always have to be feeling positive in happy. It's okay to feel things other than extreme positively in happiness. It's okay. But it's way more fun to be excited about something or. Do you know having doozy? Azam motivation to wake up each dangerous be excited about what it is. You're doing. What is you're working on or something that's right around the corner. So I thought it would share with you. If you strategies that I put in place and suggested to people that coach and work with to help do something about it. If you want to, but I just want you to know you've got permission to have sad down days. Especially like, if you're dealing with something that's tough. Like, there's no downside to feeling emotions like motions are a natural normal thing in. Sometimes we are sad because we should be sad. I don't want to think that you should not feel certain emotions like, that's okay, that's normal. But if in fact, you want to feel something other than what you're feeling right now you want to feel excited. The I have to tell you a stop me during, you know, the brain needs something concrete in order to feel clarity. It's like when someone says, you know, I wanna get. Healthy that's such a vague objective that it's really hard to accomplish it because your brain really doesn't know what to do with it where it's headed. What's the objective? It's like I want to go to my friend, Lisa's house. Just getting your car and saying I want to go you're just driving around aimlessly difficult to know, am I on the right path is the right road going fast. My going gonna miss something. That's why our brains love clarity. It's not uncommon. If you're waking up every day.
"azam" Discussed on KNSS
"That you know, who's behind this before the factor. And meanwhile, look at it. I have I should have sent this screen shot over to the dental Cam. I don't I can't I can't do two things at once here. Let me just read. It's not a big deal. I took a screen shot here of CNN. They've been running this all morning, the Chiron graphic at the bottom of whatever else is on the screen ten packages sent to Trump targets. And then it lists the names Obama's Clinton's Biden holder Walder's, Brennan Soros, deniro CNN Trump targets CNN's preaching. We're not to be talking about who did this because we don't have the facts. And yet you think this is not telling us who they think did it ten packages sent to Trump targets. So Trump has targeted these people and somebody out there is following Trump's instructions and sending the bombs I have to point this out. There's not a single bomb. It's gone off yet. There's not a single bombers even had a false alarm yet. There's no smoke. It's come out of any bomb. Starting about this Mr. Snerdley earlier today, you know, folks to put together bombs like this that. Made to look like they came from a cabin. In the movie deliverance. Let's be honest. That's what they're trying to portray. These these bombs were made by some banjo strumming Trump voter in the jungles of Georgia. Who has deliverance on a twenty four hour loop? And there were supposed to be lucky that the average Trump voter is so stupid that he can't make a bomb. That'll go off. It takes a lot of expertise to make a bomb like this that looks like an idiot did it, but you know, isn't going to go off the whole thing would be blown to smithereens. One of these bombs went off. They're not designed to go off. Not one of them has. Understand at MSNBC. They're feeling left out. They have not received a bomb, and they clearly think that they are one of Trump's targets. Guess what? I'm also starting to hear in the drive by media this morning. You tell me if this doesn't provide some close the drive by media is saying that. This whole soared entail ever since the bomb story broke yesterday. The drive bys have detected a reduction in in those e Azam on the part of Republican voters. Yes, my friends Republican voter enthusiasm has been curtailed here. The drive bys are saying, they just sense it. They get a feeling out there that this whole episode is sorta tamped down all of your enthusiasm to show up and vote. Now, how could anybody know that fact if you look at the latest polls that Rhona McDaniel set out from the RNC? Some of these are incredible. Let's see in North Dakota Republican up sixteen in Missouri. Josh Hawley as pulled ahead of Claire mccaskill by seven points. That's outside the margin of error that is huge in Nevada. Heller is up six. Ted Cruz is up five. That's a fall. That's a drop from was up plus seven. Indiana Braun, plus four West Virginia Morrissey is up plus two. And then she close always let's keep this momentum going now this tweet came last night at nine thirty. And that was after a full day of dampening enthusiasm the bomb store now, why would the drive bys be saying you any of you have this impression? Did those of you that have Twitter feeds Facebook feed Snapchat, Instantchat feeds d-, do you sense that there is a waning of enthusiasm on your side of the aisle? The fact that the drive bys are speculating about this doesn't that kinda give up. Little bit of a clue here. Wouldn't that be a wished for outcome? Wouldn't that be something you would hope for look at what else is not on the news out there? Hardly of all we added dig dig dig deep defined news on the caravan today. And now there are competing stories about the caravan. Lots of people getting sick on the caravan lotta people getting disease lots of people getting exhausted. Lotta people peeling off one caravan story has now up to fourteen thousand people on their way to the United States. Another caravan story has the number at thirty seven hundred but regardless stories of this mob walking up through Mexico to get here. They are not front and center. The cabinet on aftermath star that story is is is vomiting. And the bombs just keep on being discovered. Rope. I think the ten of them Robert deniro's restaurant got one Biden has gotten to. Did you know that Mr. Snerdley? The front runner gets to Barnes. I'm sorry. We condemn the use of bombs as political tools on this program. We never have been in favor of it. And I just want to reinforce here that we condemn the use of bombs. We condemn violence and politics. There's no place for it. And there literally is no place for placing blame. When nobody knows who actually is responsible for this. Back to my point. It takes it takes some expertise here to manufacture bombs like this. If it's true that they're not intended to go off. And if it is true that they're meant to look crude and made by people that starred in the movie deliverance, it takes bomb making skill to put together bombs like I mean, these bombs mail bombs have timers on them walk their mail bomb. Any bomb expert knows you don't put a timer on a mail bomb? A mail bomb is designed to go off when it's opened you put a timer on there strictly for visual effect because every bomb on TV has a timer. Remember, we are at TV ingrained society. What we see on TV? We tend to believe therefore bombs are featured in many TV shows and movies, and every bomb has a countdown timer on it. So these due to accept they're not active. They're not turned on. They're not counting down. And they're not connected to anything. They're just there for show the stamps have not been canceled. I mean as as as though they would have progressed through some sort of. Standard procedure at the at the post office. But why am I why might the drive bys think that Republican momentum has stopped? Why might they think that there has been a slowdown? Well, it's possible. That they see the shift in soap opera narrative coverage every day from the invasion. The caravan Cavanaugh the economy, the Trump rallies all of that stuff is gone. None of that stuff is being reported or talked about at all. And those were the things that were stoking the talk of Republican enthusiasm. Not to mention all Paul's and not to mention the story is on the on the flittering away Blue Wave all of those stories are gone now every story that dealt with the midterms in those stories head shifted toward Republican momentum. All those stories are gone now in pretty much every story has to do with either kashogi and the Turks and the Saudis or the bombs. And how Trump's not Trump's got to learn to shut up Trump's got us. He's gotta stop stoking emotion like this. I mean, they're blaming Trump for this from beginning to end. But if you're in the drive-by media and all those other stories, the caravan slash invasion that cavenaugh aftermath the economy, which is a fabulous story and the Trump rallies if they are not news. And the only thing that is news is the bombs these mailed devices they've taken all that other stuff off the radar. So the drive bys reporting this stuff may feel like. That the enthusiasm for the midterm elections particular. Why only on the Republican side, by the way? Why only Republican through it must be because that's where the enthusiasm was. I mean, if there is a significant seachange in voter enthusiasm, and the drive-bys are gonna report that it's Republican enthusiasm that is tapping down. Then it must have been Republican enthusiasm that was very high in ratcheting up. So now, they're saying enthusiasm has waned. It's Republican enthusiasm. So they are in their media capitals are in New York and there in Washington there in Los Angeles. They're reporting this stuff. And in their world, the midterms are off the radar in their world anything to do with the midterms, and well, not off the radar is a very important point the Hasim on the Republican side. They see us having vanished. Why? Because there aren't any stories about it. Well, yeah, they determine what stories are covered. And what stories are not? They determine what's reported. And what's not? Now at what point will the male device story from the southern jungles of Georgia. Fade. Why are you laughing in there? Come on, you know, as well as I do that. I know these people like, I know every square inch my friends my glorious naked body. I know how they think I know what they're thinking. I know what they're hoping. I know what they think of the average Trump voter. I know what they think of the average American the average American may as well be a co star deliverance. And that's who probably in their minds put together these bombs and sent them around and so forth. Trump targets don't forget CNN calling them Trump targets, you think that's not blaming Trump. While out of the other side of their mouth. They condemn anybody for blaming anybody. Listen until we know the facts. So Mr. Snerdley. Let me just ask you do. You think somebody is getting away with playing a big joke on America with this? If you think this is. And it's. Getting away with it with liberals. All right..
"azam" Discussed on Bang the Book
"So I, I know it's maybe tired to say, but I do expect much better from the Browns this season, and I'm not a huge accident fan, but I think the biggest reason for mind doozy Azam is Todd Haley, and just the toughness is, you know, no people don't really think of offense is being tough. I mean, so these are the phonetically, the skill positions, but he is really, I think that turn that offense into what was. Soft unit into a real unit is not gonna take any shit. Well, and one thing I really like here and again, I I realized that hard docs is certainly sensationalized. It's a documentary, it's, you know, it is what it is. You certainly have to take it for what it's actually worth. But for those that didn't catch last week's episode. And I happened to just watch it last night. You know, Todd Haley goes up to Jarvis Landry after Tonio Calloway's big, you know, long touchdown play in that game against the bills and says, or giving us the giants and says the Jarvis Landry put that kid under your wing, please take care of that kid. Don't let him f. up and the fact that they've got players now like Jarvis Landry. You know what I mean? Hugh Jackson. I mean, you could see that Hugh Jackson's a players coach watching that show. And again, maybe editing is just doing wonders for everything, but you can see that's why he's still around because it's not. I coaching accurate. I mean, they've won game in the last two years is because they feel like he's got a report with the players can actually talk to the players and and be a friend and something of a motivator. What it means more somebody will get Antonio. Callaway to have Jarvis Landry tell you kid watch me watch what I do. Follow what I do be around me. That's a big help for them. And I think that's something that can really help Cleveland going forward here. Again, this seems not gonna win the AFC north. They're not going to go to the Super Bowl or anything like that. But as you watch and evaluate their season, win, total odds going from four and a half to five and a half and several places. Now six, it gives you more confidence and more optimism that that is the right side for that season win zonal and that this is a team. It's moving in a positive direction or Joe. Let's talk about a couple of teams out here in the AFC west real quickly, and we'll kind of group them together because you're looking at probably a couple of coaching situations. Here. We've got Jon Gruden, of course taking over for the raiders and then for the Bronx got Vance Joseph. I know you're a Broncos fan and start with them here in touch on this relatively quick where you think Vance Joseph go for Denver. I still don't know why they kept them into this season. I mean, he's should really I. He shouldn't be sued in the court of law for turning one of the best defences and football into an average unit were tenth worst and scoring twenty second and facts, and you've got a healthy von Miller. That to me is just bad business. There's just too many times Miller Miller's out in coverage on schemes. Last year, I'm pulling my hair out wondering what who, who came up with that. I just, I will admit, I like what I've seen from Bradley Chubb. I'm a, I'm a fan of the Elway's draft. I think Sutton Chubb hadn't Freeman and Hamilton, even Isaac yacht him. That's a whole group, not only high high quality split ball players, but also high character kids. These are these are really good guys. I think you had them to lock room. I'm not against that. It's just in such a great quarterback class. We couldn't find a way. Hey, there the case keenum is it's still, in my opinion, the definition of Jack. I mean, he is just another guy. I'm not in Bill months graves camp or offensive coordinator here. It's just, I just don't like what I'm seeing on on offense. And then if you've got the high pick next year, choosing from drew lock, and I guess the Justin Herber kids from Oregon. I boy drew lock wait till Derek Dooley gets a hold of him as all. I've gotta say on that. No, but it's just a few bright spots for the Broncos. I think Chad Kelly showed some nice things, but who that was against and how much he's gotta go..
Bill Clinton gets defensive about Monica Lewinsky in interview
"This and i bet you don't even know them this was litigated twenty years ago two thirds of the american people sided with me they were not insensitive i had a sexual harassment policy when i was governor eighties you are giving one side and omitting faster president i i'm not i'm not trying to present aside no that the sorrow i feel is genuine first and most important my family monica lewinsky and her family but you didn't apologize to her i have not talked to her apollo i do i do not i never talked to her but i did say publicly on more than one occasion that i was sorry that's very different the bulgy was public you don't think private apology so i think this thing has been it's twenty years ago come on but tuck jfk james patterson china lbj stop already i don't think president frozen kennedy should resign do you believe president johnson should on and ask you these questions because of the way you formulate the questions are dealt with it twenty years ago plus and the american people twothirds of with me and i've tried to good job since then with my wife and with my work that's all i have to say about that how about that can ask bill clinton about monica lewinsky it's totally on point and he has no business being defensive and if he is going to be defensive he's got no business being innocent down interview that interview was well done that was well done what's interesting is it rings to president trump's fake news and you're twisting the story giving all the fat just sound like it does sound almost trumpian it also sounds clinton it depends on what the definition of is his did apologize but when i apologized apologize to everybody the american people the people on saturn the whole universe includes ms lewinsky here's the thing should you pick up the phone and said hey monica remember my and then should he the apologized to her literally said im's he did publicly when he was on tv sat policy to miss lewinsky i think that's different than her watching it on tv and her having a phone conversation or face to face i don't know why he didn't may maybe he feels like he's got nothing to apologize for it was consensual i'm not sure hillary wanted him to ever talk to her again which he says he hasn't but wow i think wherever bill clinton is on your ladder and for me he's actually been up there i don't think about him a lot but i think he was a good president and i think he's a brilliant guy and i want my presidents to be brilliant guys i want them to be better in their personal conduct than him but anyway wherever he is on your ladder he just went down like two steps for me weirdly for violeta he just went up three steps which i i have no explanation for still has that accent she likes the voice it's one forty three i am interested in presidential pardons i'm also interested in a couple of other stories in the news that have nothing to do with the president's and i'm interested in a tweet that i saw today by one jamal do you go buy something other than jamal coal on twitter and social media everything's just four my block f o r my block everything i do is for my block democracy starts a block level was something simple you can do for your block so for my block and everything we discovered you a lot of us did when you organize to snow shoveling campaign what happened i live in chatham on the south side of chicago and challenges state of mind the represents community organizer and seventy percent of the seventy percent of the population of chadema singers and they got overwhelmed because snowstorm a lot of them had neuropathy in their wrists taylor oxygen tanks have walker so some of them had doctor's appointments i needed help so i just tweeted out kogyo hey i need ten people in meet me on seventy ninth street red line station i got shovels i got hoodies azam hot chocolate come through and i woke up the next day was sixty thousand tweets and it was people not just from the neighborhood but people from the suburbs it was white people black people it was told people that were
"azam" Discussed on Omnibus
"He allowed it to continue because he didn't want to he was so excited by the fouzy azam of the people for this idea what they were really forging was the smiles on their children's faces he didn't want to disappoint them by like displacing their revolutionary zeal so ultimately propaganda he doubles down on it just to keep the people happily shoveling in their own walks and and ultimately they abandoned it quietly and i think in most cases they just stopped promoting it and the local people ran out of wood bowls and so when no one came around demanding that they do it it just gradually sort of solved there's no more wood or metal in china anymore program ends so i think even more than the great sparrow campaign to murder all spero's i feel like the backyard blast furnaces are the classic or i mean maybe the ultimate example of hubris oversight plan to konomi hebrews i'm not sure if you're a spero as a human it's easy for you to say that if you spare you'd hate the other way worse well true and and future links may be giant sparrow and they're very offended by making what are to them holocaust jokes sure it's the death of millions of spare it's like we're sitting here saying like the armenian genocide wasn't really a genocide it was much worse that the yugoslavian car companies were mocked on the international market but even as an ecological faith thing you know the fact that they essentially cut down every forest in china for this stupid thing is probably worse for the country longterm that whatever happened to the birds well it certainly didn't help with the when the rains came again the fact that the forests were all burned in backyard furnaces definitely like contributed to greater oh rozhin and harder times to come but currently we're living in an era where in recent times the chinese government decided to open themselves up to the international market to allow a certain amount of freedom into the national self identity to abandon completely controlled universe for a partially controlled one and to really embark on a on a massive industrial.
"azam" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"I turn over turn around like azam squatting i turn my neck to look at what he's doing and i wrench my back's bad i swear i can't believe it i'm for now a week my that muscle on the right side of my spine is just absolutely killing me and listen i'm a sinner but i'm a christian too i forgave us a nice man he was an older guy he was a newbie in the gym i don't think he understood the rules don't curl in the squad and definitely don't reload waits on a squad reckless someone's actually lifting and he's like he's like navigating his way around the bar because it's tied in there he's like what is this guy doing oh my gosh she's gonna get me killed so of sitting here and i i like i love the show but my back was just at the end that had a kind of loosen up little bit i'm going to get their calls here all right let me go to louis here in gleason wisconsin louis you got a question for me your hosts dan bongino what do you got for us hi dan happy easter weekend that is not the only way to get people processed arrested and prosecuted in the system indictment is one way there are other ways as well you can also file a complaint a complaint which can be pled to be an information can be pled to actually more of an information but it is not the only way there are other ways to do it matter of fact in the federal system when i was there it's interesting it's very difficult to dismiss an indictment so typically a lot of arrests were based on warrants based on federal complaints which were charging documents i don't wanna get too wonky but the reason they did that is dismissing a complaint later if you cooperated with not very difficult to do but in dismissing an indictment is so the effect of that is that a lot of defense attorneys who have the option and you know you'd think they want to put the prosecutor on oak and say oh you better indict my client or we're not going to cooperate don't want their client indicted at all we'll do anything to avoid a grand jury because it's difficult to dismiss an indictment later and that that's when i was.
"azam" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It happening i really don't uh the baseball we we await i was amused by the enthused azam over todd frazier had just it just goes to show you what different positions teams are in when the yankees got tom frazier he was a throw in with kaley now already had hadley a third and they weren't really anxious to main todd frasure was an ice pick up i liked it at the time and i liked todd frazier but it wasn't a big deal to the yankees to get todd frazier at all the mets being in the situation that therein you know they bring back jay bruce it's a huge deal they bring back todd further bring up todd frazier it's a big deal i mean that's because this lineup is got no direction to it you know we talked earlier about the rangers tried i have some sense of continuity in their new up if you're going to make changes make them with an eye as to what you expect to get out of them and i feel the same way about the mets like who's your leadoff hitter wh what is your lineup gonna look like an and are you satisfied with every i mean it's fine to have cabrera and rayis and floors but it isn't find to have all of them and dr no and nemo he can't have all of them playing at one time and be overly confident that your lineup is going to be good enough forget the pitching let's just hope that send a garden degrom are aces and healthy and you build around them and you're good enough there but in terms of entertaining the fans of citi field or being in a position where you're proud.
"azam" Discussed on Tech News Today
"And yet in reality as the most is just part of a nation of a small nation uh smelling the street like they're not you'll wants to win this but it's a burial fake industry until they have you write that they have deals with the fbi like are they presumably like the ones that might help in cases like the the um the iphone case last year were busy embiid earn a dino uh a killer tried to get into their found his at what they would be doing yeah pretty much i mean that would be a good example of something that they could provide in that case was still the know who provided it as they were rulers the about about is deemed celebrate other companies that sort of similar to them even though like celebrate crooks has more on the local hacks mini like acts down two devices connected locally whereas azam's folks has more on the remote acts over the internet but you know the idea as the same trying to police or intelligence agencies breaking into highly secure devices what would you say this discovery kind of knowing all of this about a company like this i mean who it seems like this isn't the kind of insight that you generally have for companies like this especially when they're working with with the government to do this sort of stuff so based on this discovery what does that tell you about zero the this trade this zero to exploit trade that we may be didn't know for certain prior to this yeah i think that this was we thought that this story was important because even though a you know we didn't break the news on this your day in the straight like this has been on for a while especially you know again especially in the world but it's always been you know ever since the first tories started coming out of it describing what this trade wars and wars inside this trade and berth talking about like early two thousand tan's as an eleven or twelve those stories described his industry in some sort of like very shady scam.
"azam" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Code sit in a place where it can execute immediately or does it sit in a database where it has to be loaded from the database onto the edge worker before it executes so there's two steps this distributing the code the edge and then there's loading it for execution we distribute the code the edge same way we distribute any other bigger eishin that it gets worlwide within a couple of seconds now the code is all the machines ready to be run when needed when we actually want to run echoed loaded up from disc and arson execute it that takes a couple of milliseconds because v eight is designed for this so basically with of their workers there is no coldstart talk is just brady to go i see you mentioned web assembly with web assembly you can actually run any language 'cause web assembly as this idea that wherever similar azam jay asked where it's you have a subset of java script and every like any language could theoretically compiled down to this subset of jobs script and then the subset of jobs script runs extremely effectively on v eight meat could you just reminded us what web assembly as yes so what you're this is striving was as injury us which was say a previous attempt at a similar idea web assembly is actually a a new binary format they said okay this whole idea of like encoding assembly in as specially constructed jolla script turned out to be kind of weird so they went ahead and to find a format is like a machine code except it's not specific to any particular machine and it's designed to load within the beit sandbox or within any jobs for example x and you can target a traditional compiler at these seeking compile bus plus code to web assembly you gotta instead of an executed will binary that runs on your system you get a web assembly binary that you can load into a browser and.
"azam" Discussed on Probably Science
"Uh chuck and she said to do it is actually a british azam or is i just that i have an british and also newzealand according to this website which means i'd be surprised if australia doesn't have it as well because that would be wait for it to reach both those countries and not the other but it ha it dates back to at least thirteen 93 as the first recorded instance of its which i talk about john dates radio's by a couple of centuries or about hoffa millennium i have there's a quote better know how to pronounce middle english i thought my guess was pretty good what was your gas again british food is terrible so chalk and cheese like it's like essentially the same thing i think i just discounted yoga guest through because it was insulting right right you were you realize i shot i know i disagree i said i was like done done it worth your out of him didn't here at the first time that you didn't hear the second i guess eto and the and i just doing a podcast by ourselves now best friends best friends with their iron in there i read her a rioting board and there are an ira running but word i run um yeah can you as those set you're looking at the phrases dot org that uk it isn't vet i do have that link open as well it is as a quote from john galleries middle english text confess your montus from thirteen ninety says lo how they frame gin chalk for cheese cheese has won he and fenian is f e i g and eat and is probably pronounced fresh or something i don't fucking knowhow meddling this works interesting i always had he donna someone he knew middling i love the way i just looked at not knows like matthew translate the middle english please please.
"azam" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"People on the left they loved that shit during the tea party they were all about what about azam when when the tea party stood up and started protesting obama's crazy spending levels they were all about saying will where were you when bush was doing it and you know what they had a really good point they had a really good fucking point i remember talking about that on part of the problem back in those days and i i remember just saying like yeah that's right bush was out of control to and you guys should have been saying something men so it's it's just anyway does interesting how that you know how quickly people change what they fuck and believe in the when when they're friends are in our when their friends are at a party at a party at a position look whatever but so i you know what i'm saying about black lives matter as this and just in general this kind of narrative about you know the cops being fucked up systematic oppression and all this stuff look i'm all fine with tearing through the bullshit talking about personal responsibility taking care of your kids cleaning up your neighborhoods all that stuff and i i hate anyone you know i hate people being called racist for fucking anything you know like breathing as racist these days i genuinely think just existing as a straight white man is is racist and actually heard a lot of left wing people make this argument not not kidding i've actually heard this argument made by college professors and the should as fucking ridiculous but if you really look at the history of policing in this country in the war on drugs i mean just in the same way with the occupy wall street in that banking stuff i mean how can you do not have a little bit of sympathy a little bit of.
"azam" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"We think we saw evidence for in the venus express data it was not definitive but there seemed to be areas on the surface that are consistent with having been recently altered by vulcan ism as well as you mentioned these positives variations of insult feerick iin sulfur dioxide that we see in the atmosphere that maybe the results of volcanic plumes so there's a lot of circumstantial evidence in the atmosphere and on the surface for ongoing vulcan ismaun venus so if i had the gas in and we are speculating now this is why we have mission so that we don't have to just speculate but the evidence that we have today suggests to me that they're probably is active vulcan ismaun venus today um i think there is a largely because of what we see in the atmosphere that the software gases make more sense if there's something feeding fresh sulphur gases into the air on venus so i think that when we do get a chance to send new mission then explore vina it in more detail and really determine what's going on there if i had to that i would bet that we will find evidence that there is active vulcan ism then to do and if you've got vulcan azam then you've got plate the makings of plate tectonics said the earth wasn't always divided up into these cracked surfaces by volcanoes are a big part of the answer right so you're looking at an active ally a living world not a dead world yes geologically active i think is the answer and whether or not it's plate tectonics is an interesting question there has to be some sort of global tectonic activity going on with that vulcan ism uh you know there's a lot of debate about whether plate tectonics.
"azam" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"In azam now the pays only trade will off of the two thousand but but but think about one thing that already happened now north would have made a difference but maybe you can see were ongoing right eventually career he became available trade i don't think the he would have had enough to get him under any circumstances but they were interested in and then if you believe in certain reports they offer justise winslow and we're on drug which in that wasn't enough what if you have those two on two thousand nineteen first round pick i still don't think it's novels and what boston offered but you can see why having that first round pick in two thousand nineteen ago available portray the seasonal so important i think give him outta for for a guy who for a guy and bam why don't see applying a whole lot plays well maybe he still hall of all abrines fourteen minutes but we're talking about fourteen minutes on the high end and i'll and law and he's not really gonna get a whole lot of playing time to give up all of that flexibility to me wasn't wasn't worth it but them i hope he performs in andrews me wrong yeah i think they just really liked him as a player that by might have been part of it and it's a yeah i i see the point about the flexibility to an east and at the time maybe they felt like hey you know that like really read has these exorbitant contract demands with some of the reporting that's come out with chris haines about you're all claiming that the heat offered them three years fifteen million and he turned it out and was told to turn its odd by his unlicensed agent like it that would indicate the perhaps his salary demands were a little bit higher than you know what they felt like they could afford it the heat of denied that they meet that offer of but in any event yes i don't know if they felt like hey we can get this guy back for sure tend to me as far as the drop was concerned i was looking to gut.
"azam" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson
"Where azam of fucking told you cells amy you're not if say i like i like ford a bottom line is all my tummy tum we tell me tell me i have some um a fucking told you so like i i want to be nice in this segment because some people tune in and canada's listen to the first segment and if they can get thors without me kasim that i can a lease apart something um onto them but no not not this one i fucking toldyouso now there's a myriad of talking up topics that this one little phrase can apply to and with the biggest news of a week you could definitely think that it applies to a certain subject but of course i'm sunny i'm not that fucking simple um is my eye fucking told you so you're ready to vanni yes my i fucking toldyouso goes out to all the white establishment republican conservatives i fucking toldyouso now if you go back to the beginning of our podcast eumember we did a show where we took paul ryan's words and i broke up pause what ryan's words and added mao commentary in opening paul ryan the speaker of the house i added my own commentary in two votes finishing what you were trying to say why in with the w i didn't think three identities show about it and the whole point of that show was to show paul ryan that he had these lofty words right that were a filled with anything of substance.