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Judge orders Dakota Access pipeline shut down pending review

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last month

Judge orders Dakota Access pipeline shut down pending review

"A federal judge is stopping the controversial Dakota access pipeline until there's thie environmental Review finished and by doing so, he's siding with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe over a Texas based energy company. The news was apparently so unexpected. The tribes lawyer calls it's stunning. The pipeline's been operating for three years, and US District Judge James Boas, Berg wrote. He's mindful of the disruption it'll cause This comes more than two months after he said the pipeline remained highly controversial under environmental law. No comment from the

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Desert Island Recordings - Iron Curtain Innocence by Bobb Trimble

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:29 min | 2 months ago

Desert Island Recordings - Iron Curtain Innocence by Bobb Trimble

"As idiosyncratic and hyperbolic as we absolutely always are. We certainly are not the only Bob Trimble apologists in the realm of music writing a quote from the Private Press Bible. Acid archives starts with this description by Aaron Molinski on Bob Tremble. I will make the bold claim that Bob Trimble's to albums are the best self released albums not just of the eighties and not just the psych genre but possibly in all of rock. Bob's music is able to bring a listener into a new and bizarre world in mere seconds while both his first album and his second harvest of dreams our other worldly masterworks of detached Psychedelia today with to focus on the first. There are so many amazing private press albums that are true. `Isolation Records Nineteen Eighties Iron Curtain. Innocence is a perfect example for this case study because of its utterly unique sound and the decent amount of information available about the record which helps us a lot. It's a story that can be told with realistic honesty whereas so many other private press record just rumors and tall tales. In the beginning Bob Dribble owned just three rock and roll records the Beatles second album more of the monkees and dot records oldies collection featuring the Classic Sea of love by Phil Phillips. These record carry a weight that would mold trimble sound the Beatles buoyant harmonies the Monkees Mirth full melodies Phillips's soul-stirring reverb growing up in central Massachusetts. Trimble would eventually play in bands in high school and would end up on the outskirts of Forster's worm town scene which was primarily known for punk music. Trimble worked at his dad's bicycle shop in poured all his money into studio recordings and eventually into getting his records pressed Iron Curtain. Innocence started its journey. When Trimble wrote a song that he thought would make for great single one mile from Heaven. He firmly believe it would be the track that brought him recognition. It was also one of the first songs he'd ever written. He went to a nearby studio called country. Thunder sound and recorded a couple of versions of the song a longer and more complete version and a shorter more radio friendly version. The song he recorded for the B. side was called killed the hands of an unknown Rockstar. When Trimble received the completed forty five. He was disappointed with a hollow tinny sound and decided not to release it dismayed he thought about hanging it up and stopped recording for about a year stating. I just didn't think my songs were original enough and different enough boy howdy. He came back with a redefined vision of originality. He went to a couple other studios and recorded an album's worth of material iron curtain. Innocence was recorded without a band. Despite the violent reactions being credited on the record sleeve is just Bob with a couple of the studio engineers helping out on Bass and drums the recording is rudimentary and Lo fi. But at the same time it is distinctly layered with Beatles soundtracks and sprinkles of Mug embedded throughout. The engineer seemed to be excited to fully humor all of the bizarre studio request as a break from their normal home desires of the usual patrons where the drums are obviously vanilla. The Guitar is very distinct. For young. Inauspicious musician Trimble. Truly had a remarkable guitar sound that is fully realized in instantly recognisable which is certainly an exception from the typical boilerplate instrumentation and most private press records. Hell even a lot of the major label stuff too for that matter. Triples voice is without question the most enticing factor on the record a Martian Siren. Song that has a exotic glassy feminine presence. That soaks a room in dizzying desperation. Reality Tearing beautiful for certain but also very cold it's much closer to Marc Bolan. Warbling as he's using his feather boa to restrict his air pipe during auto erotic fixation or severe trying his hand at opera than it is to any of his beloved sixties Silky vocalist. The lyrics reek of loneliness. But in a clove smoking teenage poet sense more than a man at the end of his rope. Tired tropes and tiny fragments of generic psychedelic. Forgeries are present but still packing a motive punch when joined with Eleftherios. Voice and the scintillating guitar originally called World of Lies Trimble settled on the title Iron Curtain. Innocence as a on the ever presence of the Cold War a theme. That never seems to come up in the actual lyrics. Trimble had five hundred. Copies pressed bought the first three hundred and disbursed them as best he could. By hawking them at local record shops getting them in the hands of college radio deejays and giving them to friends and Family

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Inside Dennis Rodman's Wild 90s

ESPN Daily

08:51 min | 3 months ago

Inside Dennis Rodman's Wild 90s

"So Tim. Did you watch last night. Thank you for doing your duty as an Eastman Employees Tim. Cuban is a senior writer for. Espn Tim I am looking cover of the book. Bad as I WANNA be and it has a picture of Dennis Rodman. He is naked sitting backwards on a motorcycle. A there is a strategically placed basketball. His air is too Tan Blonde. And on the bottom of the cover it lists Dennis Rodman as the author in very big letters and then right below that in much smart letters it says with Tim. Cute which question. How did YOU COME TO BE WITH TIM? Koon and goes right. Dennis Rodman's autobiography my epitaph with Tim. It started with a friend of mine. Mike Silver who at the time was working at sports illustrated and had written the provocative cover story about Dennis where he was on the cover wearing the feather boa with a parrot on his shoulder. Mike was supposed to write. This book and sports illustrated would not let him because he was an NFL writer at the time and it would have taken up too much time of the season so they put out a casting call of writers. And Mike recommended that I put my my name in the hat. Several of US interviewed with Dennis to see who might mesh best with him. Who also might be able to finish a book in a shade? Under three months I interviewed with the Denison. A diner for breakfast in Anaheim with his agent at the time. Who's a coin collector named Dwight Manley who had just dipped his toe into sports agent? Tting after he became friends with Dennis. What into this diner set down with the two of them. Dennis Kata said Hi Kinda grunt high kind of thing I can remember the waitress coming over and Dwight ordering for both himself and Dennis and Dennis just not ever even looking at the menu and thinking. This is going to be a tough book you know. Get a hundred thousand words out of a guy who doesn't even order his own breakfast. I kind of looked at it. As as a Lark at the time Lo and behold a few days later I got a call that that I was chosen. Why do you think he got the job funny? I've I've run that through my head so many different times and I honestly think that I got the job because I I was just desperate for the job. I think that I just kind of sat back and maybe give off that impression that I was not going to be demanding to be his lifelong friend. You know I I wanted to hang out. I wanted to get the work done. I thought I could do the job. Well and something in the way that I carried myself. I guess hit a chord with Denison in made it work so this was nine hundred five. Dennis Rodman is already a known quantity and as you mentioned. He had been on the cover of sports illustrated. He was fairly far along in his career. What was your perception of him. Going into this. You know at first I was a little bit leery of the whole thing. At that time there wasn't a whole lot positive coming out about Dennis. He did have this high profile and his Rodman with that wild hairdo of his a lot of it was because he was disrespectful to referees. He didn't get along with coaches now. He's fighting one of his assistant coach. I was very curious as to who was the guy behind. All that is getting really annoying when you too. You've got to go out there and kick somebody's ass basketball is nice. What about as a basketball player? I mean before you spent time with him. I imagine you spend a lot of time thinking about his play on the court and what he had achieved so far with his career. Where was he at that point but that point he had been established as probably the best rebounder in NBA history especially for someone his size debt is just got the word doing his usual established early on that the way he was going to make his mark was by doing things that nobody else wanted to do doing the menial tasks of basketball and almost refusing to shoot which made notes to almost anyone his determination and the way that he played every possession like it was just a referendum on his self worth. I think was fascinating to me. I think it was so different from anybody else that we'd seen to this point now work very hard work. At the moment he was still on the spurs he was yes. He was rapidly playing himself off the spirits to San Antonio Thirteen months ago. Dennis Rodman has had three suspensions eight injections forty technical fouls and paid fifty four thousand two hundred fifty dollars in fines. They were desperately trying to rid themselves of him and it was actually with him when he got the call that they were trading him to the Bulls which just spun everything in such a different direction. I mean this book and Dennis's career and the world of basketball everything. Everything changed when with that phone. Call before we get to that call and how it led to everything we saw that transpired last night in blast aunts once. Dennis had chosen you. What was your next move? What are the parameters you had for working with him well it? It became clear probably at that breakfast meeting that Dennis was not going to be someone who is going to be able to schedule meetings. That just wasn't the way his world worked and so his his agents said okay to do this. You're basically going to have to move in because he's not going to be on any kind of schedule so I did two stints of living with Dennis. Rodman that we're about a week each the parameters were that you pretty much just had to absorb yourself into his life because that was the only way to get the information that was going to be needed to write a book. You get a sense from Dennis. Why he was doing a book and what he wanted to be in it. He wanted to do a book in part because I think he felt like. He had something to say to people that were like him. You know people who had been marginalized and and sort of shoved over societies edge. And I think that he knew it was an incredible marketing opportunity for himself. At that point he had established himself as this flamboyant character in basketball and he had gotten a lot of attention outside of basketball with his relationship with Madonna and. I think that this was something he saw as a a way to sort of spread his name even outside of any kind of sport parameter. So you're told you got to move in with him. At what point. Do you become a roommate of Dennis. Rodman's it was late. September of Nineteen Ninety five if I remember correctly and it was at Dwight Manley House in Orange California. I slept on the couch and I can remember at many points wondering if this book was ever going to be done because Dennis for all his flamboyance in the public eye is a very shy at times non communicative person. There were a lot of really really black spaces on my audiotapes from that time. Dwight his agent at one point said you know the best way to deal with Dennis. Get Him in the car to get him in the car he's captive. He will talk and so you know we started going out driving to Los Angeles going different places. Dennis would be driving and talking and would tell me stories about his childhood about how he fell into a basketball career so randomly even over the roar of the Ferrari. Engine I could make out with. Dennis was saying in the car and you know it made a book thankfully.

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Were Turtles Once the Size of Cars?

BrainStuff

02:37 min | 5 months ago

Were Turtles Once the Size of Cars?

"Express. Look them to brainstorm a production of iheartmedia. Hey Rain Stuff. Lauren BOCOM here. Some of our favorite animals used to be bigger. The giant beaver of the Pleistocene was the size of a black bear. And the titanic. Boa was a snake longer than school bus and as big around as a tractor tire. There were hippo sized wombats humongous C- Scorpions and birds of prey. Size of small jets. We still have some giants today like the Blue Whale. The organism currently living on earth is a fungus that stretches some two point four miles. That's three point. Eight kilometers underground in Oregon but newby research published in February of Twenty Twenty in the Journal. Scientific advances beef up our picture. A stupendous geographic as a giant freshwater turtle the size of four door sedan which lived in the coastal wetlands of South America. Between five and ten million years ago before the Amazon River was formed. The study found that the turtle was one hundred times heavier and its closest modern relative and had the largest campus. Or Shell of any turtle ever known this whopping two thousand five hundred pound. Goliath. That's one thousand. One hundred and fifty kilos was also ready for battle. Some campuses were tricked out with front facing horns sitting on both sides of their head. Something scientists haven't seen before in prehistoric Turtles Marcello Sanchez director of the Paleontological Institute and Museum at the University of Zurich said in a press. Release the two Shell. Types indicate that two sexes of stupendous existed males with horns shells and females with hoernlund shells. Their shells were also covered in big scars and puncture marks suggesting a few things about dependence. These big brutes were fighters the males and females did look different and the males might have even fought each other for access to the females. The horns also have come in handy in fighting off another unspeakably hefty freshwater. Animal the purse. Soroush which was came in a group of reptiles related to alligators. That weighed nine. Point three tons and required ninety pounds or forty kilos of food a day just to get by all. Those dependence geographic was first described in the mid nineteen seventies. The current study has revised what we know about the size and abby distribution and ecology of this turtle beast because the vast wetlands of prehistoric Venezuela and Colombia could support such a heavy duty. Team of reptiles stupendous and her source. Probably duked it out until their ecosystem could no longer

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"boa  o" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

11:01 min | 6 months ago

"boa o" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"Dollars more for most people. This is just a standard little disappointment in your day for me. It crushed me in that moment like I was so affected also triggered. I wanted to watch porn. That was the probably the most significant temptation to watch horn Since two thousand fifteen and I was like why why? And when you get those situations where you know. Hey it's a little disappointment or something sad or it's something you know that that was frustrating and for most people. It's normal for you. It's a huge deal like disproportionately. It makes you angry. You're anxious like then you know you know you got some flashing to do and so I went through the questions okay. I'm going into flight. I just WANNA run away. I want to withdraw. I WANNA get out of here. I feel like this horrible lie and I knew what the lie was. Actually the lie for me No not getting this AIRBNB costing our family two hundred dollars. I am a financial failure. That was the lie that I believed when of I felt like that before when I was a kid. I remember losing a lot of things. I had eighty. I lost one time. I lost one hockey skate. Not to hockey skates just one and And I remember my dad getting angry with me about that. I remember my my parents buying the expensive things I never used. And I always felt like I was a financial burden to them or like I was costing them more money. I wasn't I wasn't being a good son because I I was blowing a lot of money for them and soon as I realized that. I just instantly started weeping and went into sadness and invited my wife to be with me in that sadness and it was so healing. It brought greater awareness. It brought this brought this level of freedom to where I have a new attitude towards finances now because I was able to realize what was going on in those deep places in my brain very simple very simple kind of flow but it can have huge results. Yes that's that's awesome guide. Who you went there too. Because you highlighted the fact that just because you've lost once figured it out like you gotta keep keep coming back to housing or you're going to have any dentist says what are you GonNa have. You're GonNa have an angry dentist on your inviting Dennis. You're going to have an injury partner in life or you're an end to know a trapped in a cycle of going back to your Old Habits. So supply is not something you only do once you have to consistently doing it Like men like on a like in the early stages like do you do say do it. Daily weekly when it comes up or you kind of have tips and tragedies on on how often you should be doing it for guys that are kind of in that early stage of of recovery. Yeah we'll often you get triggered But when there is when there is a trigger that Kinda keeps coming up for me. That's a warning sign or that's that's an indicator that I should really pay attention to that. That's something for me to a process. Either on my own or with a safe person. And how often should you do it Probably at the early stages there are one or two big triggers that you just haven't dealt with yet You don't understand them So rather than try to you know flaws everything in all the different things like pick one thing that just really affects you. You're like I when this happens. I can't do anything. It's it's like all of my Rational adult brain is goes out the window. Yes you're saying like like flaws to topic a handful of times like because chances are like you didn't get all that you didn't get all the loose throughout on the first run and you keep discovering things about the origin story and the different lies that you believe you know for example now for the financial a financial failure or I'm a burden to people I love so you you're gonNA find a lot down there more than you bargained for. Yeah and of Man. There's always more healing necessary. The good news is because of the God. We worship because of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit who lives in us. There is always more healing available. A member we talked. You mentioned it a few times. You know you are now you know. A coach and accountability kind of leader for other men But you talked about it kind of in in your story. Where at one point you had this group you had you know guys Iranian corner and when you remove yourself from that is when it started to kind of you know cycle back down I have shared more times than in the natural count the role that strong Christian men have played in my growth in my recovery. So talk about that because I if anybody asks me the first first step it's like find a group of men that you absolutely that support you and you know we're going to feed into you You know do you. Do you recommend guys joining groups within the church you you recommend joining groups outside of church. You recommend just having one guy that you literally if it's not you like somebody else that you just literally just unload everything in two and then they're there to be that kind of what's your what's what's your recommendations on how to find these because it is something that we tend to keep as a secret. We're we're we're ashamed of it for for for multiple reasons We don't want that judgment. So how do you get past that? You know with guys just saying. I don't want to tell anybody about this because I just need to figure it out on my own yeah well. There's there's part of the addictive mindset Is Thinking that I I need to do it. On my own And the opposite of addiction as some people have said actually connection and I like not not isolation but intimacy so you gotta find that Yes joining a group is the ideal if especially if you have a good group leader. Now without good facilitation a group can really flop and can even be more harmful. Because you're like. Oh yeah I try to group and it didn't work and that can reinforce the belief that I need to do it on my own so if you can find a good group great unfortunately according to Barna only seven percent of churches have sexual recovery Ministry of some kind. So they're hard to find in churches. The ministry called pure desire has some awesome online groups which are available. I have my own groups as well. You can join my group Getting contact with me. will give you that information later but yeah groups are awesome. I think ultimately you need one of three kinds of people at least one of different different people. The first is an ally somebody who is your peer. Somebody who's walking right beside you there at the same stage as you. If you're a beginner you gotta find a beginner. If you're a little bit more mature you gotTa Find Somebody. Who's similar to you? There's nothing worse than finding an ally finding accountability partner. And they're in a completely different stage or like using a lot success but they're having setbacks every other day or you feel like you're floundering while they are just cruising on to freedom. Yeah it's like I just want to interject here because a lot of my listeners are are fitness related. Because that's my background where I come from. Imagine if you're like training and working out with somebody and you know your ten years in the game. You're powerlifting bodybuilding. Show you walk up to the bench and like you start with you. Know Twenty five for warm up and then you hit four five bench which you had that training partner. Who is in their first year and they're struggling to get one thirty five that workouts not going to be productive for either one of you because you're going to be upset angry because you're gonNA keep racking away for him. He probably can't Assist you probably can't spot you on these things and then his level of intensity is not going to be able to meet what you're used to. So yeah I just wanted to. I just wanted for because it's like I know for me like when I was bodybuilding like my greatest progress always came when I had somebody in the gym. That was at the same level. We had different things we brought to the table. Like no maybe had a guy was a tad bit stronger than me. But my ability to outworked him on an endurance standpoint would push him so he pushed me on the weights and I pushed him on the endurance side of things or vice versa. So yeah I just wanted to. I wanted to tie that into the training aspect of things because I know a lot of my audience. They are fitness. They are fitness is awesome. Oh so one of the great illustration. That's a really great illustration and you gotTa build your muscles emotionally and spiritually the same. We physically yep so you gotta have an ally okay. We used to call them accountability partners. I liked the term allies. It sounds a lot more supportive. And yeah is your band of brothers. You also have to have a guide. Somebody who is ahead of you. Who still is in a relationship with you and this is what we talked about earlier having a mentor counselor coach therapists. Somebody somebody who's been there and so they're able to be like your Sherpa going up the mountain not too far ahead though not like now. That went down this journey. You know two decades ago three decades ago like somebody like yourself you know. Five years clean went through the process of educating himself. Learning certifications in now is still close enough to the guys that you're helping. Were you like I know exactly what that guy's going through because I really think about it kind of get that? Like right. Dealing in the pit of my stomach. I'm not too far removed from the trenches. Yeah and so. It's so helpful to have that leader. Who knows you personally? Yeah I WANNA use another sports analogy it just to me it's like NBA coaches or the MLB coaches professional basketball professional baseball. Like the best ones are the ones that are like five years post their career. They stepped away. Spend some time with their family. Shot around gained a little bit awake. Got Out of shape. But they're still so close to the game that they remember what it's like for those forty eight minutes or or those nine innings. You know once you've been a coach for an. There's a few exceptions you know. Guys that have been in the coaching business. You Know Professional Coaching for twenty thirty years. But typically it's like you know that that former player former athlete you're still gotTa Swag relatable to the players And he's just a few years removed from actually being like you said in in the trenches so So at least get one ally at least get one guide and the last one is an expert. Okay and I think this is maybe not essential but it is a super charger. It's an accelerator when you can read some of these books you can read my book Which is redeemed sexuality this is. This is good material but I'm more of a guide that an expert you know Patrick Kearns. Mark Laser. J. Stringer Marnie free. These are some of the names of Christian sex addiction therapist who have made all of their best insights public and available for cheap in their books. So you don't have to pay thousands of dollars to learn from the best in the world..

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Gayatri Mantra: This Ancient Solar Mantra Will Raise Your Vibrations Instantly

My Seven Chakras

09:48 min | 10 months ago

Gayatri Mantra: This Ancient Solar Mantra Will Raise Your Vibrations Instantly

"Up some context all right so many of you know that I was born into a vedic family and growing up every now and then we'd have e ed or a fire ceremony at our home and as usual you'd have the priests chanting hymns and Mantras and as a kid sitting there I felt a sense of dizziness within hours like we're deciding all these hymns right and all these mantras but I don't really know what and the Amine and if I don't know the meaning significance behind what I'm seeing then why am I saying this right and deep down I made a promise to myself that sometime in the future when more to Ivan go on a quest to find the meaning behind all these hymns and and ritual uh-huh and mantras and share them with the word because I knew that there was something sacred about them I could feel the vibrations but the experience was incomplete without me actually knowing what they meant UC unfortunately in India because of what happened in the bust that itch and language of Sanskrit was slowly iraised from common everyday usage and these days asgard is mostly used in the temple. but that's changing slowly and more and more educated. Indians are slowly rediscovering the rich ancient heritage if India and its cultural and spiritual and artistic and scientific and linguistic history and it's not just Indians but it's people all over the world You're you're discovering the power and promise of practices like Yoga I read way dant right it's amazing and and that's what today's episode Associational so what is a mantra really know many of you might have heard the term mantra especially those of you who are into Noga in Iowa but what does the mantra really signify well a mantra is a Yantra a technology of sound you see the ancient sears there's in India after spending days months or even years in deep contemplation would experience a deep spiritual. awakening and a divine connection with the universe and with the guards and indistinct they would hear songs and they will see images and and feel sensations and they would then pass on these sounds and these mantras to their disciples as a sort of shortcut to experiencing this higher state of being this a state of divinity so to speak and there are thousands of mantras that one can experiment with and practice to write to see different results from healing to a weakening to liberation now the Guidry Mantra is comprised of twenty four syllables with eight syllables Berlin in the month begins with own and many of you know that the mantra all is very sacred and way powerful home is the sound of inception OAM is the sound Dad Universe emanates even today and it is deep primordial sound of creation and one that helps with healing and relaxation and in fact you could try it out if a baby is crying and if you chant or Internet own there's a good chance that the baby relax and quiet down that's how awful it is so the first line off the guy three mantra is all blur Boa Soi right so booed Bluer Soi this signify the three realms all of Earth Space and the heavens above Boor Bluer Soi more deeply it the three realms of existence the physical the mental and the spiritual or the soil level existence and the order also matters we're here right the deduction is from the physical to the spiritual rather than the other way around and in a way this line sets the tone for what is to follow in the endowed him the next lane is dot Salvator Buddy neom that salvator minium which means that supreme divine light that shines down upon the earth so graciously so in discriminatively right the light that shines down from the sun shines down on everybody is spectacle of who they are walked level of affluence they have or how much wealth they have everyone especially in the same country right receives equal amount of sunshine as long as they are standing out in the open night so this particular line is saying that a bow down to that supreme divine light that shines down upon Earth now the ancients knew that there was something very powerful and sacred about the sun and they give the sun many names as well oddity is one of them which is him and then you have Suria Arca Bonou Saavedra bush-annan Harvey Martin Mithra it's all these different names for the same supreme being which is the life giving son and then knew that there was a powerful intelligence that who was governing life as Nord an infinite intelligence a divine being a guard a force of nature the ancient sears united this supreme divine life giving force and bowed down to it in respect and admiration now the next lane is bud Google Dave Assiette de Mahy I what does that mean the deity that is eating brightly with light I meditate or I the flicked upon it I contemplate upon this beautiful light and then we go to the next land his deal you'll bradshaw diat this is a request do the divinity off light to stimulate the intelligence and wisdom within the seeker so that the person who is seeing the him is awakened and stimulated by the light and in the stimulation there's an energy that is a weakened within and which direction is this energy going to move in the direction has already anchored in the first lane which is Buddha Boa Soi Supplies Swartberg are the heavens nights going from the Earth the physical do the subtle to the heavens from gross to settle from the physical and the Ridge Earth to the idiotic heavens from our dormant potential that is situated in Root Chakra the Kundan any force to the collective unconscious the Shula about arc around where we can experience oneness and universal connection in complete perfect alignment with what up opuses now one point to be noted over here is that if you think about it if you listen to the him the seeker the one who was spring is not asking for the pain that he or she might be experiencing to be used north asking for struggles to be I knew it all he or she is asking is for the wisdom inside to be stimulated so that the secret can go through water where he or she is going through with Greece and flew in wisdom the secret knows that no matter what the situation might be no matter how dark the circumstances on right now or how bleak the future might seem from their current manage point the morning light as power of awakening something deep within something garment a powerful

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Residents warned of boa constrictor 'at large' in western Sydney

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

Residents warned of boa constrictor 'at large' in western Sydney

"In Australia residents of a Sydney suburb have been warned to be on the lookout for a massive snake it's believed to be a boa constrictor measuring about ten feet in length authorities say the ball ball constrictors nonvenomous they can bite and strangle their prey I've organized a search party to find that

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An Update on Next-Gen: PlayStation 5 Launches Holiday 2020

What's Good Games

01:42 min | 10 months ago

An Update on Next-Gen: PlayStation 5 Launches Holiday 2020

"The world today in the past not too distant past on the playstation blog Sony provided an update for its next generation console which is now officially called playstation five and is releasing during twenty twenty s holiday season Jim Ryan Sony Interactive Entertainment's president and CEO also outlined changes to the playstation fives control. more quote there are two key innovations with the playstation fives new controller I for adopting haptic feedback to replace the rumbled technology found in controllers since the fifth generation consoles with haptic feel truly feel a broader range of feedback so crashing into a wall in a race car feels much different than making a tackle on a football field you can even get a sense variety of textures when running through fields of grass or plotting through mud the second feature is with Sony is calling adaptive triggers which allows developers to determine the the resistance of the Lt when Archie Buttons Ryan gave an example of drawing a boas away developer can make the button a little harder to push he also noted that developers have early versions of the controller elsewhere wired has also dropped some information on the upcoming system specifically the consoles menu I it's being expanded to that players can see what's happening in a game without having to boot it Yep so from the main menu you can see which multiplayer matches are available in real time or what single player missions and or rewards can be tackled tunas press whatsoever place in five no officially slated to go against xbox is yet to be named project scarlet Next Generation Machine in holiday twenty twenty sound likely we'll get full reveals of these machines late until the twenty

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A Serial Killer in Paradise

True Crime Brewery

09:11 min | 11 months ago

A Serial Killer in Paradise

"True crime brewery contains disturbing disturbing content related to real life crimes. Medical Information is opinion based on facts of a crime and should not be interpreted as medical advice or treatment listener discretion is advised welcome to cheer cranberry. I'm Jill and under the disappearance a fifty three year old Charlotte Hughes for her paradise like home home set off an investigation that led to the search for a serial killer in Panama in two thousand ten share had moved with her husband key to Boca del Toro Panama to live out her dream on their own private island but after she keeps separated share was gone in eccentric neighbor taken over her property it turned out that share was not the only missing person in the area. Someone was killing Americans in Panama and taking possession question of their property when all is said and done six Americans had been killed when the killers home was searched police found stolen checkbooks it cards jewelry purses got amunition and gold dental fillings crowns in a glass jar. William Hulbert were North Carolina native known to his victims as wild bill cortes had become well known among Boca Ex Patriots accurate American family of three read disappeared from the area bill and his wife had moved into their home and converted a boathouse into a private bar which they call the Jolly Roger Social Club the bar was decorated with the skull and crossbones flag in it was opened for partying on the weekends but disappearances piled up neighbors decided there was something something wrong. The police came in and discovered bodies buried in shallow graves but by then while bill and his wife were already on the run they fled through Costa Rica and we're finally captured on the Nicaraguan border join us at the quiet end for this stunning tale of theft murder in real estate ate fried after being extradited to Panama while bill confessed to his crimes but showed little remorse for all of the painting caused he would explain in what he did in how he did it but the question of why will forever haunt the left one of his victims so this is my first Panamanian Indian dear our first enemy case I believe absolutely so this is Bell Boa. It's brewed by service Syria Nacional in in Panama kind of the National Bureau of Panama and I'll preface by sands a pretty crappy year okay but the the good news it doesn't have much aroma or taste kind of sweet corn malt that type of stuff may do little herbal but the important thing it served cold and it's nice and Crisp and refreshing. If you've ever been the Panama it's pretty damn hot and humid down there so these these little buddy sled down pretty nicely I nine guess that's about the best I can say for it. Well thanks for the effort recalled science all right thank you. Let's open it up okay. We'll share these the quiet the head end. I hope everybody's not to spoil my some of the other good beers we've had because this isn't what you call good beer but it is sunny and warm. Maybe not as humid as Panama you're so they'll probably be enjoyed in well. It seems like if a beer is not great to get a cold enough. It can still be refreshing and be salvaged for that purpose if nothing else that's what we're looking for. What are you start our story today Dickie Okay so William Jason Hobart was an only child he grew up going going by his middle name Davidson but later in life Hugo by bill his father worked for Farm Machinery Company and he grew up in a nice two story home an highschool bill involved in sports and got very serious about football and bulked up possibly with steroids who knows he married his girlfriend in nineteen ninety eight? Her name was Ryan Dunlap his only eighteen years old they had their first child within a year and into more over the next four years so bill worked as a landscaper year round and Ryan stayed home with children. There were so young and many people were impressed by the amount of responsibility that the couple seemed of taking nine after bills parents divorced the couple move their family into the home or bill grownup taking over the home from his mother but there was talk about building a steroid abuser and again. This is a kid who booked up quite a bit in high school always playing football so that's where the rumors started and they continue and bill seemed abnormally bulky and had a temper those steroid rages we talk about the first sign that may bill wasn't quite right psychologically was when the family dog disappeared bill told Ryan that he wanted to put the dog down even even though his perfectly healthy and good with the kids he never contacted the vet and Ryan believe that shot the dog and dumped his body and this became a belief that was shared throughout the neighborhood. Another local landscaper would say that bill wanted to make a fortune but he didn't want to work for it. That's been my dream. Let's not that uncommon right you wanNA start a business. You do have to be willing to work your ass off what yeah back so inevitably bills landscaping business failed Oh he buttons Elson suits and ties after that and he said that he had political aspirations I don't know where that came from and wanted to hang out with a higher society church even considered running for mayor right but France were beginning to notice that bill was very verbally abusive to Ryan and then another dog disappeared food bill opened a pool hall and build a local TV ad for it but he was really this over the top personality which he is pretty well for whereas business but still he wasn't putting in the hard work and it failed after only a few months in two thousand three Rian Kevin Hoover met bill when he joined the Gym Jim The bodyshop fitness center in Hendersonville Billy Kevin began hanging out together lifting weights working out and bill give them the impression that he was a businessman on his way up even though his ventures were continuing to fail when Kevin Hoover his third bodyshop Jim in two thousand four he he agreed to let bill help manage it so bill could learn about how to run a business. He would even get a salary until he was ready to purchase his own franchise. So these people took command basically yes pretty good con man Dick so he could convince people of things yeah. They were thinking they were going to groom him to eventually have zone franchise. Yes they were helping him out that way twenty year old Laura Michelle Reese was working for the hoover's and she was doing cleaning and light office work at the Gyms uh-huh and Mel decided that he keeper working with him the Third Jim but then things got really weird. Marie Hoover visited the gym and saw that there was no equipment you purchased yet and bill at least an apartment near the gym rather than commute to his family home which was just about forty five minutes away not a horrible commute but then he moved in with Laura Michelle Reese into the apartment then he began sending handwritten notes to Marie telling her to be proud of her white race she threw them away but it did raise some concerns and she talked to her husband Kevin about it bill was also somewhat obsessed with the Sopranos TV show and he would tell Marie that he wanted to become someone like Tony Soprano so kind of a Mafia guy yeah. That's that's a very good aspiration to have. Don't you think so red flag huge yeah yeah so Kevin. Marie managed to explain away bills odd behavior until they were from the bank that some unusual expenses were being charged for the body shop. The bill was Managing Bill had written business checks for new TV a mattress and other not business related items in the amount spent was large. It was be tweeting twenty and twenty five thousand dollars so Kevin did confront bill about this and Bill's wife Ryan found out that bill was is living with Laura Michelle reese around the same time so the couple separated in May of two thousand four and bill. Laura moved away after he was gone. The hoovers learned that bill had not only written unauthorized checks he'd actually contacted a real estate broker about selling Jim that he'd been managing which belonged to Kevin Hoover Hoover so that's the ball there to do that where I guess but he's learning right in a bad way here yeah

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Measuring Performance Under Pressure Using Machine Learning

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

13:25 min | 1 year ago

Measuring Performance Under Pressure Using Machine Learning

"Lotto. Welcome to this week in machine learning and a._i. Thank you happy to be here yeah. I'm really looking forward to chatting with view. You are in the enviable position of having combined a couple of your life's passions. You've been playing soccer since the age of i five and now you get to study it and apply machine learning to <hes> the analysis of that sport and and others there's as well or are you permanently focused on soccer right now. I'm just focusing soak right now yeah. So how did this all come to be well. I she already mentioned conventions. I <hes> i place from home life. <hes> and i did a bachelor's in mathematics and while studying <hes> i find out of this company gold size i sports that will say oh using combining mathematics and the and soccer to get insights in a while what players clubs to buy i indicator the company in company bac dennis just to run by three students and just getting company surround five years ago and <hes> i kept in contact. I worked like one day a week and then i started doing masterson econometrics and at the end of a masters i could could could work at the company as a scientific research so in a total started and companies based in amsterdam. It's based in it started antedates. It's like in the in the east of the country. You're very small country so it's around two hours from amsterdam and we also have an office in amateur right now celek in the middle of <hes> of nelson's and from the time you started working there when it was just the three students <hes> it's grown to what now to around fifty people right now selling just six years big road talk a little bit about before we dive into the specific paper that will be <hes> speaking about talk a little bit about your general area of research. They're so so we are at size. We <hes> <hes> well. We hope multiple different lights with a main focus is on the recruitment part for clubs so <hes> both actually yeah oklahoma want to find new you knew players to <hes> for teams and that's where we help and in our team our data analytics team we built all new models many using machine learning earning to get insights from this data that we get <hes> and it's how we while we hope to clubs and we have like an online forum where <hes> while <music> our clients can find around nineteen ninety thousand nine zero <hes> players from all over the world and can find our strengths and weaknesses. Loda take away helped him okay at what are some of the main data sources that you have access to for the various <hes> analytics that you do now. We got the access to to match event data as scold though you get us from our partner why scouts and data is like many entertainments. It's like every action that occurs on the bitch so <hes> an boss dribble across an data to which player performance action from got to wear a what time in the match that's going to be revealed with the day okay and so the data is <hes> it kind of a set of time series events or or yeah yeah yeah okay and are there other data source providers that are doing things as with <hes> more imagery video based data or is that not <hes> prevalent in soccer yet it is we have a part of our accompanies working on now on that special team at school the ball games team and they don't working on a screamer system which currently hangs in three stadiums <hes> <hes> and it is like using the computer vision to attract the players in the boa to each moment each diamond game so that's also what we're doing so we're also collecting data with my team is primarily focused on event data for clips because well to scout players. You have to know a lot about all these players around the world and video data is not yet <hes> provided for a lot of leaks. That's why make sense make sense <hes> <hes> so the paper that we are going to dig into one that you presented <hes> earlier this year at the <hes> the sloan sports analytics conferences called coke or shine quantifying soccer players ability to perform under mental pressure. Tell us a little bit about the motivations for this paper super yeah so well. It's it's about quantifying. A shocker place. Ability to prefer momentum pressure and actually want to do is <unk>. <hes> what we sold a lot of research in natural granted extra currently it's growing fast but there's never any research wanted to flee done about a helpless as performance under pressure and now i've also as a soccer player myself <hes> i also feel the pressure sometimes to actually how we how who became a well with the topic so we wanted to measure the performance of display <unk> pressures getting high so we had extra data for this and that's actually how we started this research <unk> <hes> to <hes> to people from the laser the pizza and jesse another colleague of mine young we did the survey research and is applying some kind of machine learning or analytics to mental pressure i sure is that something that you've seen done in other fields as it you know prevalent in some other fields and it's something you're trying to bring to a soccer or is it something that we don't really do a lot of now. In sports. It is tasmania investigated in some other sports but not extensively yet so i think it's still a field that needs to be investigated more. We also want to do more in research this and spoken to quite so memento coaches that work different clubs ups and they always though is that there is like <hes> it's hard for them to to show improvement of certain players on wall certain aspects of the mental mental game gene and i think <hes> well <unk> its will in all sports <hes> from important that you demand <unk> correct sola well <hes> you can perform uninventive pressures. That's the point. Sarah are being mate sola yeah yeah and so. How were you in your research defining mental pressure. How're you characterizing it. In the games that you're looking at yeah so actually what we what we did we defined to expect with mental pressure so the pregame at pressure and in game pressure so you can imagine that before a game starts already some pressure on certain games for example when wanna <hes> <unk> playing game for championship like burger leaks like <hes> i think it was ten years ago something that's maybe less when the city and units <unk> united both could be the champions <hes> well then rushes getting high and we also so investigated in game pressure and it's based on an in game marine probability model so at each point in time we predict <hes> while the the <hes> the win for both the teams and when a change in go as being scored when this engaged impropriety would change a lot sack the pressure is high so for example when it's like a one one in las minutes then precious really high spring score a goal to mai- mainly mainly changed the winner of the game the finish <unk> three zero score on the board then it doesn't matter anymore and so you've kind of characterized is games <hes> by this low pressure high pressure or at least the the pre-game is the the the pressure is not the level of the game but the in game. That's <hes> an attribute. You're applying to the games. Is it minute by minute or event by event or i guess it's just whenever the score changes yeah so that's actually whenever detroit is actually manned by minutes so it's suv <unk> affected this model and it takes into account like the current score also like a red guards guards and the kind of stuff and also like <hes> vinaplast team is attacking a lot naples or comfort winner in game win probability model so yeah. That's that's <hes>. That's it for the pre-game show. It's like a fixed a set number burlingame yeah and those two combined make like active pressure at a certain event in a game okay and you're you've got the you've got the pressure on the one hand and you're trying brian use that to predict what so we actually have to pressure on one end and liotta and we have <hes> actually three performance metrics and so so e for every action that we have dispose a baltimore dribble we compute three things so contribution of this <hes> this action mm-hmm so by contribution we mean <hes> the increase in scoring a goal in the near future so actually from every action <unk> <hes> the failure of the game before the election and offered action and the difference in those two makes <hes> the contribution of an of an action and next to that we also <hes> <hes> decision won't if the titian and the quality of execution and those three for three we can see like how does it play perform infrastructures like a normal normal states when it's getting high getting lower and this more or less prescriptive display this contribution contribution element. It sounds like that saying that at a given time in the game given all of the player positions and some event that just happened. You're able to come up with some metric. That captures kind of the relative advantage of the the different teams that in and of itself sounds like a hard problem. Yeah it is yeah so it was actually how this all started so i think a year before his paper her <hes> we worked on a model to measure this contributions for other players so this was actually doses for each <hes> <hes> each game state <unk> hobby record of every game state is like <hes> characterized by <hes> old actions that have been played until abend position of the player with the ball the the diamond match the score difference an forever game state. We predict <hes> the jones had written. <hes> connections goals being scored by one team so it's actually like a binary <unk> education program and we also nope. We also a predictions. That's the older team will score with intonations and this way we can measure like for every action recommissioned offensive and the defensive contribution so for example when a player falls to bowl from his own through his striker. We'll have a very high contribution offensive offensive contribution without <unk> noland into -ceptable in your own box. You will also have a defensive contribution and that's what we <hes> well. I worked on and and this is also something that'd be already show to our to our clients in written they can find like players that have like for example high pulse contribution <hes> each each year spoke dylan's before their authors new with that original work on contribution of a couple of questions here one <hes> when you're looking at player position like do you quantify that in some way or is it kind of continuous position position in the field position where where the players with the ball or even look at where the players are that don't have the ball it. That's a that's a good point. That's one of the wall of the van data so <hes> it is event data. We only have old actions that the tape with so we have to pass dribbles but we don't know all the other will send you on players are so that's <hes> well that is good and advantage or a disadvantage this band advantage because it makes no problem easier. Well no no i would really lot this. Data's will guarantee don't have that <hes> but we also captured tried to capture this with by adding information about out your tax so <hes> we we add information about speed of the game so <hes>

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"boa  o" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"boa o" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"John the headline yes please don't create math Gators what is the in the put the poured Tennessee police sergeant who had to type take that into his computer Tennessee police department warning residents to stop flushing drugs down their toilets and sinks out of fear that they could create math Gators as if regular Gators a work scary and now that we have one high on meth you see what it would math does to people rates I mean to give some supernatural strength and until that she called out in their bones cave in and you know the end stage is not pretty if that's the look you're going for again but the Gators without teeth not great for the gate are little better for me because I'm deathly afraid of them yeah you're a tasty treat luck according to the Laredo Tennessee police department social media post now our sewer guys take great pride in releasing water that is cleaner than what is in the creek but they are not really prepared for math ducks geese and other fell frequent our treatment ponds and we shudder to think what one all hyped up on math who do the police posted the warning to Facebook couple of days ago after officers found a suspect unsuccessfully trying to flush methamphetamines and paraphernalia at their home back away from the math back away yeah well informing well we're gonna stay on the amphibian Gators amphibians Gators amphibians yeah I think so yeah anyway you heard of a little bit about this in our news but a boa constrictor has been found along a Burnsville road a Colombian red tailed boa constrictor was flown flown slithering on a road on Monday in Burnsville burns well animal control center said people have been calling and interested in giving the snake a good home it was found along the median hi Nicolette Avenue near make entries wrote and by the way they said it's a very friendly snake so what exactly do you know if a snake is friendly I mean really there's always gonna be that first guy yeah who really test that how do you know you can't assume five foot it's a five to six foot snake it's in giant right okay and they say it doesn't mind being handled so I guess that's what justifies its friendliness right because it's it was basically somebody's pet they say I'm it's not clear if the snake was male or female yeah thank me how do you find that out that's the first thing you checked your very for sure hello male or female whatever burns a police tweeted out a photo of an officer who scooped up of the snake in the hopes of reuniting with its owner animal control they says used of course taking in cats and dogs snakes are pretty where certainly a boa is rare but this is the second snake to grab headlines in recent days because Hastings police found a giant bowl snake.

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Times Square discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Times Square discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"In Times Square pushed for another Guinness world record. It's an attempt at the longest feather boa one point two miles long in celebration of world, pride, and in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the stonewall uprising, drag Queen Shane gala emceeing this

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Patient at Pennsylvania hospital tested for Ebola

Dr. Daliah

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Patient at Pennsylvania hospital tested for Ebola

"Told that there was a patient at a Philadelphia hospital being tested for Ebola. Dr PJ Brennan, the chief medical examiner at the hospital, the university of Pennsylvania. So the test for the highly contagious virus Ebola is being done out of an abundance of caution after person met screening criteria for bullets has. Now. Preliminary testing indicated that the patient has another condition, but we're not getting too many details and understandably so you know, they need privacy. I get that. Say were unsure what the of travel to a place that is currently experiencing an outbreak of the disease. The Democratic Republic Congo or did he come into contact with? Dr Brennan said proper protocols are precautions will remain in place to ensure the safety of our patients and staff the doctors that staff had received extensive training on care for patients with you boa after four cases were diagnosed in the US two thousand fourteen there were four cases that were diagnosed in the US. Remember there was one and then people transferred to us. And then I remember I just don't remember for you know, people just walking around coming in. I think there were people that were overseas came over. So it is spread through bodily fluids fatal syndromes include fever muscle pain, severe diarrhea vomiting stomach pain. So right now, the death toll is about four hundred eighty six and there are seven hundred thirty four confirmed cases of people in the Democratic Republic of Congo tips from the World Health Organization, they are expecting those numbers to rise as you know, it's been difficult to contain because people are trying to flee this military coup. That's going on over there. And they're trying to vaccinate the vaccinated thousands of ten thousand people already, but they need to vaccinate more as cases arise. The average person doesn't necessarily want to you know. Call the brigade to come in and help many of them want to stay away from outsiders, and they may not be very forthcoming with their illness. So it's a it's a big

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"boa  o" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"boa o" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"He's one of our guardian redeemers and Ruth the mobile said Naomi her mother-in-law, he even said to me stay with the women who worked for me until they finish harvesting all of migraine. And they only said to her daughter-in-law is good for you. My daughter to stay with the women who worked for him because in someone else's field. You could be harmed and so- Ruth stayed close to the women who worked for boas until the wheat. And the barley harvest were finished. And she lived with her mother in law. That's the first half of the book of Ruth come back next week, and I'll share the rest with you. Binge-watching? Binge-watching might be an epidemic. The people need a break. People need to escape. From the pressures. And the deadlines of everyday life. And maybe the reason why we binge watch is because all of us intuitively sense that we were made for something more. Something more than the cycle of production and consumption and production and consumption ending one day in death. Maybe we binge on fictitious snare rations. Of gritty joyful world making catastrophes because we know that we were made for something better. Maybe you're looking for the story that makes sense of you. Try the biblical narratives. Try this story of God. Centered on Jesus. Extended also to you you who are on the outside you with your doubts you with your deadlines. Try this story not as an escape. But as a link. In to reality. The reality that makes sense of the universe. You included. You who were written and redeemed in Jesus not. So that you can binge on fictions. But so that you can delight in what is real. In the name of Jesus. Amen..

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"boa  o" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"boa o" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"What does that mean? So instead of just kind of guessing like, okay, I think it has the flu or I think it has adenoviruses or something like this. And you go cast for that one thing that you think it's there we have to discover what's new here. So in essence what we do. We just sequenced Jesus out of everything. So sequencing technology reading the nuclei acid DNA, the Arnie the stuff of life. That's really really cheap. I mean sup- Richie, in fact, like what what is super cheap the cost is decreased about fifty thousand fold in the last ten years in the nineties. We spent a few billion dollars doing it. Yeah. Ten billion dollars for the first human genome and ten years you can do it in less than twenty four hours for less than two thousand dollars. Wow. Really cheap. Yeah. We sequenced everything. So then actually counter-intuitively, but maybe not the compute to actually did announce getting more expensive more data more to compute big stuff. Cores in my lab. So we see Jesus about all these makes lo and behold, there's a new virus in there like totally new virus? And it's a relative the cool thing about it called Arenavirus. It's a relative of the largest family of human hemorrhagic fever viruses. Like like bullet. Bullet is a hemorrhagic fever virus was not the largest family people, you know, bullets. All the love scary. Scary Arenavirus, which unfortunately has many different names of different types in different parts of the world kills lean more people by hemorrhagic fever than a bowl. So it goes by names of Lhasa fever of much do Hoon in and many other names, and they're all Rena viruses. They had one name would get the more the better respect. Goes a long way. Yes. About the data. Crunching. Yeah. When you're when you're crunching the secrets, how'd you find out what's in there? What marker do you look at till you organise, the there's a bigger problem. How what's Nate? And what's not snake? Right. That was where. Yeah. Right. This is a boa constrictor. There was no sequenced genome for the boa constrictor. So that's a problem, right? Phase one cal- kademi down the street, and they've got the Steinhardt aquarian. They're like some really great snakes and our friends down. There were offered to take a little blood sample from. One of that red tail boas. I'm trying to remember the name. Balfas? Are that sounds like a good book? So we sequenced that red tail boa which was not sick not doing any of the head greasing thing, by the way, this disease for zoos McWilliams big deal. If they get a snake that doesn't head wavy thing they kill every snake and rice. Alright metric. The only way to do it is you just call everything just forged. Or is it only the defects? Or is it was this nice on? So it's the boats ones that squeeze. Okay. Yeah. And so we sequenced the California academy. Retail bow. And then you have this reference. And so with the random data, you're getting from the the sequencing of the diseased animal, you can simply ask computational is this a meme this sequence part of the snake or not snake? So then you just put in two different buckets. If it's snake. Okay, cares. Just throw that out. Okay. But there's more than one kind of Bulloch. So if there's separate both in red tail those two genomes are going to be different enough where to secrets might think. One of snakes not snake. Right. Yeah. But just like us and chimpanzees like ninety nine. Pretty much anybody and it will match. Virus shouldn't be any genome should have nothing in there. Okay. All right. So we scorched are sequence the boa. And then we asked what's what's snake? What's not snake? And then you're left with only a tiny amount of data because most of its snake in that data. Now, we search across all known, viruses and every other infectious disease and look for distant matches. So really fuzzy matching and stuff, you're filtering out or things, gut, biomass or mites. We did that. But we made sure we see brain tissue. Okay. Okay. Not going to be a lot of stuff in there. Okay. Unless it's bad. And we met at the brain brain bio, pretty pretty pretty minimal actually, really important point. There's arguments over this right now. So there's a in your gut your lungs on your skin. There's no damn Mike bio, your central nervous system, or or we've looked okay. Jesus at a cerebral, spinal fluid. It's pristine it's like Evian water. Okay..

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"boa  o" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"boa o" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"What does that mean? So instead of just kind of guessing like, okay, I think it has the flu or I think it has adenoviruses or something like this. And you go cast for that one thing that you think it's there we have to discover what's new here. So in essence what we do. We just sequenced Jesus out of everything. So sequencing technology reading the nuclei acid DNA, the Arnie the stuff of life. That's really really cheap. I mean sup- Richie, in fact, like what what is super cheap the cost is decreased about fifty thousand fold in the last ten years in the nineties. We spent a few billion dollars doing it. Yeah. Ten billion dollars for the first human genome and ten years you can do it in less than twenty four hours for less than two thousand dollars. Wow. Really cheap. Yeah. We sequenced everything. So then actually counter-intuitively, but maybe not the compute to actually did announce getting more expensive more data more to compute big stuff. Cores in my lab. So we see Jesus about all these makes lo and behold, there's a new virus in there like totally new virus? And it's a relative the cool thing about it called Arenavirus. It's a relative of the largest family of human hemorrhagic fever viruses. Like like bullet. Bullet is a hemorrhagic fever virus was not the largest family people, you know, bullets. All the love scary. Scary Arenavirus, which unfortunately has many different names of different types in different parts of the world kills lean more people by hemorrhagic fever than a bowl. So it goes by names of Lhasa fever of much do Hoon in and many other names, and they're all Rena viruses. They had one name would get the more the better respect. Goes a long way. Yes. About the data. Crunching. Yeah. When you're when you're crunching the secrets, how'd you find out what's in there? What marker do you look at till you organise, the there's a bigger problem. How what's Nate? And what's not snake? Right. That was where. Yeah. Right. This is a boa constrictor. There was no sequenced genome for the boa constrictor. So that's a problem, right? Phase one cal- kademi down the street, and they've got the Steinhardt aquarian. They're like some really great snakes and our friends down. There were offered to take a little blood sample from. One of that red tail boas. I'm trying to remember the name. Balfas? Are that sounds like a good book? So we sequenced that red tail boa which was not sick not doing any of the head greasing thing, by the way, this disease for zoos McWilliams big deal. If they get a snake that doesn't head wavy thing they kill every snake and rice. Alright metric. The only way to do it is you just call everything just forged. Or is it only the defects? Or is it was this nice on? So it's the boats ones that squeeze. Okay. Yeah. And so we sequenced the California academy. Retail bow. And then you have this reference. And so with the random data, you're getting from the the sequencing of the diseased animal, you can simply ask computational is this a meme this sequence part of the snake or not snake? So then you just put in two different buckets. If it's snake. Okay, cares. Just throw that out. Okay. But there's more than one kind of Bulloch. So if there's separate both in red tail those two genomes are going to be different enough where to secrets might think. One of snakes not snake. Right. Yeah. But just like us and chimpanzees like ninety nine. Pretty much anybody and it will match. Virus shouldn't be any genome should have nothing in there. Okay. All right. So we scorched are sequence the boa. And then we asked what's what's snake? What's not snake? And then you're left with only a tiny amount of data because most of its snake in that data. Now, we search across all known, viruses and every other infectious disease and look for distant matches. So really fuzzy matching and stuff, you're filtering out or things, gut, biomass or mites. We did that. But we made sure we see brain tissue. Okay. Okay. Not going to be a lot of stuff in there. Okay. Unless it's bad. And we met at the brain brain bio, pretty pretty pretty minimal actually, really important point. There's arguments over this right now. So there's a in your gut your lungs on your skin. There's no damn Mike bio, your central nervous system, or or we've looked okay. Jesus at a cerebral, spinal fluid. It's pristine it's like Evian water. Okay..

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Microsoft just made 60,000 of its patents open source

Daily Tech News Show

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Microsoft just made 60,000 of its patents open source

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"They don't even know the greatness of the meal that they ate that actually brought them together and all of these components. But that overarching motif than gives integrity to the work. And I think that we need to look for that and I think very powerful. Yeah, they can have happy endings or sad endings or happy sad endings. So that's the at least we have a sense of where we going. So it could be idealistic pessimistic or ironic. Lot of more films, I think, especially since the era of film Noir are more and more ironic cynical and some some cases as well that, yeah. Well, in in the viewer often is up in, of course, this is really sort of the crux of irony ride is that the viewer ends up in a different place in the character in the movie ends up sometimes. That's right. And I remember a movie, no country for old men and the weather Coen brothers. Exactly the way that movie ends was, you know, looking into the face of Tommy Lee Jones and just a very, very powerful moment or a movie, like castaway Robertson mecca said, right. And you know, he he after being on this island where he had, you know, no choice other than to do what he had to do survive day. He comes to this crossroads where if they're going to go, we we are not told and he just looked straight into the camera and that's, and that's the way to do with Ed. Right? And and we've got to make. I mean, as you know, he scored there's a little hint of a smile and Tom Hanks's face whenever he looks like he's made that decision, but we don't know, we don't know, and that's exactly right or the end of inception in the same way. But there are certain iconic moments of uncertainty, and we don't want to have that resolution that we wanna see that there's an open ended to that plot. Well, and that takes us to sort of the biggest question of all that's step ten, which is what is the world view the film. And you know, say, say some more about that, and I have some questions I want to ask you because it's like, you know, I think it's a little too simplistic for us as Christians with that has a Christian worldview, so we should watch it and then when doesn't have a Christian worldview..

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The BreakPoint Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"And I'm thinking about any number of things that are the double indemnity and things of this sort powerful though because they almost want you almost walk away with a cynical cynical view, but unless you grasp this kind of plot type, you're going to misconstrue misunderstand the film. And so if a film that's well done, though, we'll be faithful to that and we'll actually have a consistency, at least. So they tried to really realize. Is that, and then we have, of course, subplots as well. You see to that can be different angles that one can take that are in some of the some stories are more character driven some summer, more plot driven. Some are more atmosphere driven, some of our point of view, and so all of those kinds of things there. So when we talk about this, it gets pretty complicated. Yeah. Well, in in Crichton me if I'm wrong, Kim, but just generally, we talked about the arch plot being more sort of the classic Hollywood story, and the more anti plot would be that would be more of a modernist and postmodern phenomenon or a higher percentage of those as a consequence. You know, on on television, we might even see like a Seinfeld, which was a show about nothing. There was no plot, really. In some cases, it was a no plot, not an anti plot, but no plot or a movie. Like when Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, which is it's, there is a store in some ways. That's that. That kind of turns the whole sort of the whole nomenclature on its head because there is a story, but it's told in a very non linear, right? Or or Mulholland Drive the same kind of thing. Or then I think as well of Christopher Nolan films like memento and you think about a film like that or of inception things within things nested like nested hierarchies. So there's always more than meets the eye. I love a film though that tricks me and by the end of the film, I realize now I have to see the whole thing over. That's right. Sort of that unexpected an inevitable thing going back there, startled, right, right. Yes, precisely the case. So then you have to see it even we'll we'll films like the usual suspects. Or the game, or I think about any number of films that trick us six cents memento fight club. All of these are films that actually you were misled. The whole thing turned out to be this. One of my favorites is the is the not the allusion est, but it was done at the same time. It was let me see was the prestige. Yes. Another Nolan film fascinating because we went over there here you have in a work of magic that you have to have the the pledge. And then there's then there is the turn where you pull it off or apparently, but that's not enough. There's this prestige. So you make it make the man disappear. You're you say, you're going to do it. He disappears. Let's nice. But the prestigious when he appears in another part of the state or in another box, how did he do that? And what I love about that film is you discover the film itself as a prestige. He pulled that out and you were. Deceived by the two brothers, and but then you have to see it again to realize how did he do that. How was I deceived? How did I accept this assumption so that that's what makes great film fund because you realize there's so much more than initially meets the eye. Well, let's keep going identified the controlling idea a step nine. Yes. So what's the main message? What are they trying to convey? What does director trying to convey an one simple sentence of how or why life undergoes change? And so we go from one thing to another, and as I say, it's not you can't re- reduce it necessarily to a rubric, but there are going to be components here. We're love triumphs, for example, because the lever sacrificer needs for one another. One of my favorite films for along this very line is Babette's feast. I can summarize that film in one controlling idea. It's this reconciliation in broken relationships through sacrificial love, and that captures in my. Mind the entire film. Now, let's unpack that. And what does that look like? What does that sacrifice?.

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The BreakPoint Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"And you know, ten almost ten hours over nine hours worth of movies, and he said he wanted to make sure that that the both the audience felt fully satisfied and the story was fully on. That is right. And so each of those endings was intentional and each satisfied, a different some more than others, but each one. What about the elves? What about what? What happened to Sam? What happened to Frodo? What happened to each of them? We need to. See that we want. We don't want to just be left with questions like the awful in my opinion, the dry that the dreadful ending of what was the great epoch there with the lost. It was the most unsatisfying. Final episode I ever saw because it did not respect the narrative idea that the whole thing was built around the mythology of the island and they just add it didn't matter. It's just the characters. No, it didn't matter. That's why we saw it, and so we need to have that. And so we need to have that resolution well, and I hate to go back to breaking bad. But you know, I think that's one of the things that's so brilliant about breaking bad is that you know, especially it was it started on network television. They didn't even know if they would have a second season. No. And yet by the time you got to the final season, you began to realize just the brilliance of how these things fit together. I marvel at that and I felt that every one of the seasons was better than the one before. But the cl- the craftmanship and the clarity, but the coherence, the integrity, connecting these dots together that you didn't at. I see you go. I see. That was a critical moment for me and then but life life life itself. When I reflect a Mon life journey, I know that there are certain small decisions would appear to be that we're decisive small mo- things than reveal me and reveal my life. And then I, how I respond to that elimination is critical. So Kim, we're coming to the end of your ten steps up to step number eight. And I would say eight, nine and ten or in some ways, I if one through seven are really focused directly on the narrative, maybe maybe number one where you're determining the genre is is is placing the narrative in a larger context. Yes, certainly eight, nine and ten are doing that explicitly where you're placing the individual story in a larger context. Number eight is determined. The plot type, which of course implies that there are many plot types and you gotta. Right figure out which one, and it's not an easy thing to do because most people think it's of one sort and it's just not the case. There are arch plots in which we have a clear sense of positive change in reality as meaning in life is good, and we'll end well and that sort of thing. But then this by the way, that sort of the classic Hollywood classic kind of thing. Yes, almost all films in Hollywood in the forties and fifties, and certainly in that era, we'd large well, there were some film wa and too dark an anti plots. But generally speaking, people liked and happy ending, that sort of thing. But the but the anti plot is very, very different. That's why I love the Coen brothers because they do mall. They are fascinating to me because they do the, I'm working my way through their all their films right now with my wife. I do these little these. How would I describe them? They're like my own little art festival and I do them in chronological sequence. So we just just did blood simple and raising Arizona. We're about to do Miller's crossing their utterly different than some are dark calm. They're all there's all darkness and. Comedy, but differing Porsche, especially the Miller's crossing very dark, very, and raising Arizona, very zanies. Any screw Bala tude is I call it, but then there are many plots as well, so they can have little plots within plots. Don't seem to be major, but there there are multiple assump- stories have multiplied as well, and then they're even non plots. And of course, as I mentioned earlier film wa where there's just a dark nece about that and but they can be very powerful kinds of things as well, like Maltese, falcon..

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"boa  o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"And the idea here is you can't be the same person. You don't have that option anymore. And so being a player, then the decisions we make real shape the next decisions we make. And so our own lives then matter. And in terms of the fact that the small decisions shaped the larger, our lives are tapestries that are weaving out of small, woven out of small decisions. I just saw a good by Christopher, Robin this morning. I was saw the end of it. I watch a lot of films in when I'm in the kitchen. I have several films going on at one time. I've trained mice. To watch movies. Sometimes the way I read books, I have several going at once. That's okay. Got to the end and I had to stay in continue it. But again, you just realize, oh, this was so gripping because everything brought to came together as in as a head in the end, they looked back on their lives and they reflected and it took all that to get that point of view that perspective. So again, yeah, great stories. Do this well in one of the things that you say the great stories also do is present a climax to us in you. Use Aristotle's words here that are both inevitable and unexpected at the same time as a hard thing to pull off. Oh, absolutely. And so can you say more about that? Yes. I mean, again, last night, my wife and I saw a c part one of breaking bad season four and I knew where it's going. In fact, we already know what's going to happen. We, it's a prequel, but the genius of this is that they use small little things and build a sense of dread or fear or drama out of the small. Minor things. The reason why I like that is because our lives are like that there's nothing really trivial when you stop and think about it the way you respond to a stranger. The way I my attitude toward other people, the choices I make all these things matter. So in my thinking, then these things are are there. But still that said there's going to be some key. A larger overarching thing that may be catastrophic, what or perhaps something at a pursed appears trivial. But after a while we realize, no, no, that was you didn't know that, but it turned out everything came out of that small moment so akin after a climax, and we're going to go ahead and move onto number seven here because I, I want to save our third segment for both a eight, nine and ten, but also to ask you some some additional questions. Like what does this mean for us movie viewers especially as Christian movie viewers. But let's go and talk about number seven. So you have the big degrade climax in then. Though there that usually not the end of the movie, usually there's a Dana Mon of some kind or another resolution tying up of the story, yes, into maybe a nice little boat. Yes. So if you have these, these five steps in a in an a story process than we were describing before, then that you have the inner conflict, the there, rather the whole process of the inciting comment incident. Remember the progressive complications crisis climaxed than we have to have the fifth component, and that's the resolution and it is something that could climax a subplot. It could show the spread of how lives were changed by that event or perhaps like a slow curtain, a courtesy to the audience, let them catch their breath. Let them refresh themselves. Going back to the Lord of the rings. It has multiple endings. It's it, it fades too dark and then another ending fades to Dr and then it fades to white several times. Brilliant because a some people didn't like that. They, they said, what are they doing now? They're giving us as an audience. This is how this is resolved. This relationship was resolved. This was resolved and each of them I thought I thought Peter Jackson did a fine job and trying to see how we how we could gather our thoughts and leave. As we say, I s I like to put lead the cinema with dignity. Well, in fact, I interviewed Peter Jackson whenever whenever the third movie came out and he talked about that very thing that that he wanted to let the ending. I mean, this is this is a great epic, right?.

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"boa  o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"They never think about the future. Is there no future in it? And so here each act. Act of of of the Clinton a compromise. Our no Rosen from his standards makes the next level possible, but you cannot go from minus one to a minus eight. You can only go from if you woke up and you're minus, they had I get here. You became a minus seven. That's how you got there. How did you get to six? It's too much cognitive distance. So in both cases with Jesse and also with Walter, you see an incremental, this gradual process. And so that's what we mean by character are. Well, that's right. I was going to one of the expressions that you use when you're talking about the pro protagonists, quests and character. Arc is this idea that it's got to be. It is incremental. It goes from it goes, like you say from negative seven to negative eight or some cases from positive positive? Yes. And it's, it's got to bring the reader, bring the viewer, bring the listener along. Or it becomes unbelievable as simple. That's correct. And that's a good story then has a credibility and the whole idea that good and evil both increase at compound interest. CS Lewis put it is true. He who is righteous in a very little thing. Luke sixteen will be an righteous and much Hughes faith. A little thing on faithless faithless in much they grow. And so when I see this, then you see eight, but he's not just there. There's something going on. There's something surrounding him. There's some context in which he has to act and he's a player. We're all in this play. Yeah. And usually what happens to in that takes us to step three. There's some inciting right characters existed before Walter wide, at least at least in this fiction world existed before the series started yet a WI fi at a family. He had a career as or, but there was this inciting incident and in that particular case, and we're maybe spending. Breaking bad. It was the fact that he had cancer or at least he thought he so that became a justification which then gave him a narrative that he could then begin to deceive himself. And you know, there are so many powerful defence mechanisms like just rationalization, projection in denial. If we just limited ourselves to three, those three, the human capacity for self deception is virtually boundless. And so you see, it's plausible. He has this reason. So while stories can be simplified into three parts, beginning middle and end, I use five, there's an inciting incident. We've described something precipitates this case, the cancer, and he's a teacher, things have been going as always, but now his wife is in this condition. So what are we going to do this situation here? This progressive complication, and then we move into a crisis where we're going to as a result, you're going to go one way or another, how you. Respond to your crisis is always going to define your character. A climax of final resolution. I must say that breaking bad had my favorite two episodes. We keep going back, but we're using as a metaphor, the last episode of season for was astonishing, and then the last of season five right now we just started better call Saul season for which is the prequel and it's fascinating how it's building and people are impatient. They want him to become Saul Goodman. No, he's got. He's got to develop that in become that person give it time and let the characters. Evolve, and then they have a more of a plausible context, but we're all in Mersin a story in my view of this story in which we find ourselves. And that's why I love to teach film because anything any story well told always points beyond it self to the greatest story ever told. And so we are all immersed in a great story. And of course, my whole point here is that the best way to fix a broken story is to embed ourselves in the greatest story ever told a story that began well and will end well. So that's why Dante they call it a divine comedy. But as I see it, the, we have a story in which we are immersed and I believe that God will use even the pain and the difficulties of our present darkness and use it redemptive. That way. I like to help people is that I believe in film often can reveal this in powerful ways that the the pain of are bounded past. Is not what defines us any longer..

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"boa  o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"You need to evaluate these genres, it poetry, is it one of the wisdom books? Is it the gospel is more of an era to stress because the way you're going to deal with apocalyptic literature is very different than the narrative sequence. And so our poetry. So unless you understand that and then also the figures of speech, the various literate components. That's why face a Rita film because you're reading it like you'd read a book, what's the? What's the context of this thing? So when I'm looking at literature, I need to know is poetry is this is this some kind of material that is attempting to be science fiction and everything matters, and then it affects the way I understand the material, then it has its own rules of engagement, and that's what I mean by genre. What are the rules of engagement that I'm seeking to use that then I understand that it doesn't educate does it just entertain is speak to my heart. Is it trying to rarely give me a sense of empathy. Well, once you've sort of have an idea of what John Roberts and then we start dealing with the story itself. And step two is to identify the pro tag missed quest and the character arc. So he's going from point a. to point b. in his changing in the process of trying to correct and on almost every kind of film it could be comedy or tragedy. This going to be a story arc. Sometimes it's interesting that story arcs can move from a person who needs to have greater depth of character and clarity or humility. But sometimes the story are can be negative. It's interesting that one of the TV series that was such a big award or win award winner breaking bad, where there was two story arcs one with one character who moved from good to a bad and the other from bad to good and they over arched each other. It was fascinating dynamic. But if you think about a film, the person at the end of the film, if it's a good story. Sorry, if it's literature the play when that'd be the same person after conflict because conflict is the stuff of story. And so without conflict in adverse ity there's not much of an interesting story. So how do they respond to the story? And then that brings things out and forces them often to move from what they want to what they should actually wish to have another. It's what they're what they really need. So even if it's a comedy, the people at the end or not the same as the people at the beginning, they've been shaped by that and often at versity that we see in any kind of literature and film. It's this adversity that becomes redemptive. At least it ought to be a good story where a person learned through their setbacks through their pain Studer their problems. Yes, can you? You said something that it's through the adversity that a story can become redemptive, but and then you also mentioned breaking bad as well? I was I, I love breaking bad by the way. I thought it was a fascinating picture of human depravity. As you say, a good guy, Walter y, the the high school care street teacher who in some ways for positive motives, right? He wants to look after he thinks he's got cancer, but he wants to look after his family does some utterly despicable things and the despicable things that he does ends up destroying him in the end. And yet I found it at least in part while there were some questionable things along the way. I found that story to be very instructive. The human condition, even though it didn't have a quote, unquote, happy ending. That's correct infected had a profound resolution and then Jesse, by contrast is a character. You don't want to know, but who becomes a better person and this intriguing in both cases, what am I when I first saw it? I said, I don't see anything in this and then later on I read about the critical acclaim and began to give it another try. I realize this is more morality play, and it's not something cynical. There really are values there. Early are things that are true in and false good, and and evil, and beauty and ugliness all these are there. And so it also reveals the subtlety of temptation as a way of like to put it as the subtlety of temptation is always presents its pleasures and never its consequences. This is why men never fantasize about getting caught..

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"boa  o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"I'm Shane Morris. Thanks for listening to the break point podcast today, Warren Cole Smith interviews, Christian author, Kim boa on how to get the most out of a film by reading it as he would a work of literature bow and takes us through ten steps to get the most out of any film such as understanding the films, genre story arc and worldview. They also discuss what makes a great story and how Christians of all filmmakers if they learn their craft well, should be able to make great movies because all truly great stories reflect in some fashion. The greatest story ever told here are Warren Cole Smith, and Kim boa, Kim boa welcome back to the program. It was great to have you on a few months ago and now to be back here in Atlanta in your home again, to talk about how to watch a movie, how to read a movie, I think, is the way you describe it as Orion. That's correct. We call it read because you're really trying to understand as you would a book. Yeah. And you know you did a webinar with the Colson center on this topic, and I found it so compelling that I absolutely wanted. To sort of get this on audio because it was just a really powerful tool process. I don't know what you would call it to help people really be discerning whenever they watch movies. What do you call it? A tool, a process. I think it is a process and it's not step by step in terms of being lockstep, but these are ten components that we've discovered really help people think through. Well, you Mitch at ten component components. Let's let's jump straight into the you say that component want step one is to determine the John Ray of the film. Yes, because in the broader sense, what we have to ask ourselves, why did I enjoy this? Or why did I push back? Why did it speak to me? Or was it compelling? And these steps we found really help us think through to analyze that experience so that it's not just an emotional dump, but rather we're processing it. And so clearly one component that process we have about twenty five different genres today an advert, then. And so many subjects genres like westerner education or comedy, and some think sick of comedy could be screwball romantic parody, satire, farce, black comedy sports than we have sports musical heart, all the kinds of things. So we need to let the film be what it is and teach speak in its own terms, or we're going to just try to do a transfer of one set of criteria. And this is film is not a trained to achieve that. And so that makes a big difference if it's a comedy versus a tragedy, or is it like a Coen brothers movie where it's they got a little bit of both dark comedies and that all affects our way of understanding what it means. Well, you know, it's funny can when you said that because I, I'm not the kind of bible scholar that you are or maybe even some of our listeners are, but that's an important step to go through no matter what form of are you are evaluating in even in scripture, right? That one of the things that they tell you is is..

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INSECT WARNING: 'Kissing bug' infects 300,000 people in US with Chagas Disease

Fred and Angi

01:44 min | 2 years ago

INSECT WARNING: 'Kissing bug' infects 300,000 people in US with Chagas Disease

"A parasitic illness that can cause strokes and. Heart failure is spreading across the US thanks to an insect known as the. Kissing bug we're all gonna die It's called shag. Is shot, gas at c. h., AGA as disease transmitted by the kissing. Bug nickname because it tends, to bite people's faces near their mouths see also have some weird sore new your. Mouth with people think of something else but you've. Got the kissing bug Many never show signs of they've been infected with the disease which is. Why its nickname the silent killer oh great the kissing bug aka to silent killer now an estimated three hundred thousand Americans in, twenty seven states are believed to be infected with the disease here's the problem with doing a story like this and it's all over the place this morning. Is now all the health professionals, everywhere going off God because now anybody with like. A red Mark on their face For sure he's going to run into the doctor My limbs rolling off No I remember the one time I thought I had Ebola Because I have many. Of the symptoms. And then so I went to the doctor I'm. Not kidding I went to the legit that you, had Ebola I went? To the doctor and they were like what's wrong with you naming off, the? Symptoms of Ebola and the lady looks at? Me like what, have, you, been traveling to the following countries and. I'm, like no no I haven't even left like four blocks No like No and, she's like you don't have any. Boa anyway and then gave me antibiotic and I left and I, was at, but I, I second but she looks at, you like because? Who knows you never know who walks into these places like for all. She does I just got back from wherever you know Uganda wherever we Bola lives and and for all she knows I just infected the. Whole

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Postal worker gets big surprise: Snake on the mailbox

Beyond Reality Radio

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Postal worker gets big surprise: Snake on the mailbox

"Rain snow sleet even barking dogs are, fine but a Kansas postal worker had to draw the line when he found a red tail boa constrictor draped over a, mailbox the Kansas City star reports that the letter carrier was delivering mail. Friday In overland park Kansas City suburb the huge snake, was on the mailbox on, the front port. Animal control workers wrangled the snake the mail. Was not

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Michigan man hospitalized for rare cobra bite; officials scramble to find antivenom

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

06:38 min | 2 years ago

Michigan man hospitalized for rare cobra bite; officials scramble to find antivenom

"J mart, zone, Jeff Schwartz's at, GAO, f f, Schwartz And, hashtag, animal thunderdome time, let's, do it Ladies and. Gentlemen boys and This piece pizza, chicken times Animal thunder All. Right boys what's your guy? For me Danny Michigan man hospitalized for a rare Cobra bite And. Officials have been scrambling to? Find it anti-venom any coincidence that Claes in Michigan I was about to say is that Michigan man's last name Travis and did he have a sort of failing, pants business medical officials rushed to find an anti venom for a pin conning township Michigan man who was bitten by his pet albino Cobra The family pet that turned on, him the twenty six year old man whose, name has not been released maybe Klay lied about his age he was bitten by this family. Serpent and just twenty minutes later he became nauseous and began began to vomit a symptom of. The Cobra's venom the albino Cobra which is native to China. Cambodia and India among other, places has one of the fast? Acting. Snake venoms in the world the man was rushed to a hospital in bay city later airlifted to the Detroit medical center after, the venom paralyses respiratory muscles causing him to stop breathing So there they were puzzled medical center officials reached out to the Toledo zoo at Ohio to try to get an anti venom then they went to. Three other cities to get anti. Venoms nothing worked but I have an update here Miami Dade County, came to the rescue they had they sent twenty miles of a unique anti-venom, medicine to the, Detroit medical center via a, commercial flight the vials were administered to the victim through an IV the same day they arrived. The man now remains of the Detroit hospital but officials say that thanks to Miami Dade County he's on his way to recovering from the rare venomous bite So this guy you said this Cobra was, his pet yes that's on him a hundred percent. You can't have a Cobra as a pet that's on you They said he got twenty eight total vials I doubt I doubt. Detroit is keeping keeping on hand Cobra anti-venom Yeah you probably should not have in Al Bino Cobra. As. A family pet shouldn't have a snake as a family pet correct Yeah shouldn't be allowed clay has taken a hard stance against snakes during the. Animal We all. Have, everybody on this. Show I think has just not a big fan of snow Co-host snakes either about three weeks ago. Was leaving my chiropractors office I felt this thing. Slither by me and you could have. Sworn it was going to be like a, giant crocodile I jumped. So high in. The air he was like a foot long gardener snake. Green little baby snakes I did not, I was, not having you get away from me buddy Dumont. Playing this game I don't snakes here's our conversation no there are. A couple of women in this life this earth. That are there ten snakes hot but. Not many that we're doing we're doing that, again that's a great. Topic which which. Which which ladies in this world are ten snakes hot None Just a couple of Danny come on quickly. Boys this is a dog. Story we don't get many of these on animal thunderdome Wehner. Dogs You know a Missouri. Sheriff's deputy was rushed to a hospital and underwent surgery last Tuesday after he. Was attacked by a dog while serving a sim civil summons no, one answered the door at. The residents of the Jefferson County. Sheriff's department deputy notice there was, a side door that was partly opened FOX two of Saint. Louis, reported. So the deputy approaches the door the dog emerges. From the rare the house. In attack the deputy died latching onto his face oh jeez Now we know deputies their jobs are hard enough as. It is this dog bit into the deputies left. Arm as, well he was able to reach his weapon shot the dog once. In that enabled him to free himself the department posted an image to Facebook showing. The deputies blood-soaked uniform and bulletproof vests the homeowner told police that the the. Dog was a pit bull according to the St Louis post dispatch, the animal is expected to. Survive from the gunshot but animal. Control officials will decide what happens, now to the dog I think we all know what's going. To, happen Bye bye Dog is. Definitely. Done The crazy part about the strap, not seen this story but, I guarantee on Twitter people are pushing the officer for using his web, dog that attacked him even though I'm sorry if a. Dog, latching onto your no I'm we agree that he. Did the right thing We There, people there are people on this, earth the value the life of a pet over life of. Human, absolutely. Right no question about. That I think we got a. Minute here's another snake story quickly residents in Pennsylvania town in east, Greenville being warned to keep an eye out for a run. Away boa constrictor that has been missing for, weeks seven foot snake named Vinny sounds like a guy you call an eight hundred number to get gambling tips from reported missing in the. Town although investigators said they quote considered the matter closed after determining, that the reptile hasn't been seen in about four weeks on, quote They closed the matter Slither around these slow around take down. A dog pretty soon the final he's all he. Did was lie low. For the investigation, down the owner says there's a chance ten year old snake is hiding, somewhere in his house but locals are still being urged way how can keep an eye. Out for the snake how big is the house where you can't find a seven foot? Snake in your house That's a really good point Clayton In the house and I could find a. Seven foot snake in my house how about? A seven foot snake. Named Vinny that's a boa. Constrictor For your free. MAC football season coming up I, feel like there's a joke that..

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"boa  o" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Of a loved one this is a significant amount of money without admitting any wrongdoing a. Copy has agreed to pay a penalty of two thousand Thousand dollars the home while also an injunction for four years we call the GOP for comment got a recording and. Were unable to leave a message Claudia fescue talk KNX ten seventy NewsRadio well people in Granada hills neighborhood are being told to stay in, their homes after a bear was spotted walking around. The bear was up in a, tree but now he's cooling. Off in someone's backyard swimming pool this is happening around. Whistler avenue into timber ridge dry north of Rinaldi in southwest of Bill boa near o'melveny leap park. Animal control units. Have responded to the scene once again if. You live, in that area stay indoors right now California and. Seventeen other states say they've found a. Way to protect consumers who've their ObamaCare subsidies cut off by the Trump. Administration it's a workaround that allows insurers to raise premiums on some healthcare, exchange plans which, triggers tax credits for users who qualify. For subsidies because of the new plan the states have decided. To put their federal lawsuit against the Trump administration on hold Three years of. Abuse reports went unheeded the family of a dead Lancaster boy a criminal investigation now we'll tell you more. About that right after traffic you less than two minutes right now twelve thirty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes. On the fives you were getting Tom TRAN just got reports that that earlier crash on. The fifteen going northbound, at the ninety. One, is clearing out of lands had an overturned Carlos blocked the number one. Number two traffic is still jammed up however solidly from calico so you might, wanna use Tabasco candy road going northbound for, good stretch. Of that especially if you're just trying to get, into corona but again lanes reopening traffic should start recovering shortly westbound side of sixty in Indiana street got a disabled. Vehicle blocking, lanes there we've got another problem, on the northbound side, of the five at the ten connector another disabled vehicle blocking the number one lane eastbound side of the one on one at. White oak got a hit and run crash moving out of lanes right now, it's still busy just about Tampa avenue eastbound side of the one zero five just. Past Long Beach boulevard another crash reported here not causing a big delay quite yet But it's of on and off the, brake pedal as..

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Santa Rosa, Coty Santa and Mr. Benner discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

03:14 min | 2 years ago

Santa Rosa, Coty Santa and Mr. Benner discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan

"Mr. Benner Yup thank you. Much and Santa Rosa we, still have not seen much of, a buildup from, Coty Santa, Rosa this morning at one zero one northbound Let's hope it. Doesn't do Kerr from. Windsor to. Santa Rosa one zero one southbound that's looking good basically two. Areas of congestion one through Petaluma lethal highway stain your. Road and from highway thirty seven, one zero, one southbound is slow just past Lucas valley Marin would so those are the really the the slow points. This, morning other than that folks just. Zooming along here this morning next update will be at seven forty five Daniel Tracinda's now with your chaos forecast Well we do have a few. Plans expected for the next few days topic added Eighty-three today sixty four on the coast mostly clear tonight low fifty four partly cloudy for Wednesday and Thursday temperature, staying in the eighties for the most part may creep over ninety just a tad sixties on the coast and temperatures this morning mid. Fifties once again and we haven't budged much it's seven thirty seven that a federal judge is ordering a. Temporary halt to any deportation of reunited immigrant families at the border, the US district judge in San. Diego imposed a delay of at least a week after the request from the ACLU amidst fears of imminent fast. Deportations last month the. Same judge ordered the. Trump administration. Administration that is to reunite thousands of children and parents who. Were forcibly separated at the border the judge has scheduled. Three more hearings over the next, two weeks, to ensure compliance with last week's order Temperatures around northern California could. Worsen the wildfire threat heat advisories and excessive heat warnings are ineffective. Until Wednesday for too, much of northern California the, area has already. Seen some of, the worst fires the season including the, county fire which burned over ninety thousand acres before being contained near. The Oregon border the Clemencon nearly contained but it's still burned, over thirty. Eight thousand, acres a little further south. Near Yosemite, national park the Ferguson fire continues to grow it's burned over nine thousand acres and starting last Friday yes closed one. Of the main entrances to the park to closer to home a Santa Rosa man recovering from injuries after he was beaten while confronting a trespasser blocking his driveway, victims started act like he was writing down the license plate number the man took offence to that and they started beating him kicking. Got him to the ground hit him with a belt that sergeant Spencer chrome from the sheriff's department the The incident happened early Sunday morning, in the area of, Pyner and willow side roads suspect is described as a white man five eleven two, hundred and. Forty pounds with blond hair anyone. With information is asked to call the sheriff's office a? Santa, Rosa apartment complex maintenance worker is under arrest on suspicion of stealing women's clothes police said yesterday Cornell holiday allegedly used his work keys to enter at least two female residents apartments at the complex on boas drive Santa Rosa police found numerous..

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Trump demands NATO allies boost defense spending

Sean Hannity

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Trump demands NATO allies boost defense spending

"Pressuring nato reuniting families i'm elliot francis president trump is ratcheting up tensions i head of next week's nato summit telling allies they must boost defense spending shubert report way nato works is collective defense each member state is supposed to aim to put in two percent of its gdp for defense but the reality is member states often fall short of that goal germany for example only contributes about one point two percent of its gdp to defense which makes it a frequent target of president trump's criticism and in fact in the letter to german chancellor angela merkel he said according to the new york times that germany should put in more because other countries see it as a role model italian official overseeing the rescue operation of that soccer team trapped in a flooded cave says the voice has been practicing wearing diving masks and learning scuba technique officials say that teaching twelve boys and their coach to dive may be the only way to get them out of the cave but other options are being explored they say it's unknown one an extraction could be attempted officials in mcallen texas are under pressure to reunite migrant family members separated at the border and equip ruling wednesday is helping apply that pressure correspondent miguel marquez explain another setback for the president's zero tolerance immigration policy of federal judge in washington ruled the trump administration cannot arbitrarily detain those seeking asylum in a sharp rebuke judge james boas berg wrote this opinion does no more than hold the government accountable to its own policy which recently has been honored more in the breach than the observed congressman jim jordan denying reports that he did nothing to stop sexual abuse when he was a wrestling coach at ohio state university several former rustler's telling nbc news that they believe jordan knew that former dr richard strauss legendary abused.

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Elon Musk got into the weirdest fight over a farting unicorn

KCBS Radio Morning News

02:24 min | 2 years ago

Elon Musk got into the weirdest fight over a farting unicorn

"Of the news sponsored by kelly moore paint kcbs news time five fifty one okay it's not quite snakes on a plane but it is a case of a snake at the airport kcbs is meghan gold's be reports a rental car employees at the oakland airport found a five foot long boa constrictor curled up in a returned car lost any pets lately we'll just have to kind of figure it out here where the stink came from alameda county sheriff's department spokesman sergeant ray kelly says the five foot boa constrictor was found in a rental car at the oakland airport by employees who immediately called in the sheriff's department luckily says kelly deputy who's also a snake enthusiasts iraq around his arm and at that point the situation was stabilized we called our animal services people and they have since picked up the snake they're looking through rental records to try to find its owner and see if they forgot their snake or if they're snakes somehow got into the car and they didn't know about it or got out of its cage and somehow got into the car or was the snake in a piece of luggage so we're trying to piece pieces together to see how long the snakes been in the car or maybe it's been there for a while that's a comforting thought megan gold speak kcbs kind of a double edged sword for pottery maker from colorado who was thrilled when billionaire elon musk tweeted a photo of one of his creations kind of hard to explain this one if you haven't seen it but it is basically a cartoon of a unicorn farting electrcity and you did hear me right anyway musk's tweet helped boost sales for tom edwards creations that was cool by him until he realized tesla was using the unicorn is an icon and its operating system in it even reproduced it in a company christmas card edwards is out told the guardian the well he loves the fact that his art is showing up and tesla's he'd like to be compensated for edwards has not sent a cease and desist letter he has as musk and tesla to discuss the issue no official response from the company the unicorn is still on the tesla touchscreens and has for muskie is adjusted that edwards has nothing to gripe about because all the attention has helped sell or mugs when guests who has some of tom edwards works at home in her kitchen wouldn't even wanna go there mine is not a unicorn doing that thing let me just say that but tom edwards does very funny stuff very funny stuff clearing the air at the port of oakland i think it's a good story after what you just told us stan the port's largest marine terminal operators making plans to retrofit thirteen dieselpowered.

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"boa  o" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Sane i don't know i i don't whatever but maybe they could do that with this movie maybe boa fat is not the that we saw in the prequels you know maybe it isn't mantle kind of like you know the batman costume in nolan's dark night i do know that when trank in kimber working on this it was a sci fi space spaghetti western which you know certainly sounds like that would be something up mangled you know way he did what three ten to yuma so i guess we'll talk about mangled for second really quick ben is he someone that you would expect to wanna do star wars movie and what what can we expect from mingled star wars movie so i mean i gotta put this out here this is yet another white guy who's writing directing a star wars movie and i feel like we have to acknowledge that because we have to keeping nology until lucasville does something about it it's something that kathleen kennedy has talked about like oh yeah we wanna bring women into this world she keeps saying she keeps saying it and she's not actually doing it so but then jj got a second unit female director all right all right peter come on now so i just wanted to throw that out if they're up top so people don't think that we're completely brushing over that but trying to concentrate putting putting that aside and concentrating on mingle this filmmaker he's one of those guys who started his career and he struck me as as a person who was also a ron howard honestly like a journeyman sorta director a guy who knew what he was doing.

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"boa  o" Discussed on X96

X96

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on X96

"The the constrictors pythons boa constrictors that sort of thing they they swallowed kinds of things swallow possums birds other snakes they'll brackets he'll do do it to anything anything that's well usually anything that's kind of digestible but not a not a house slipper a man what was a furry house slip critter i think that's what happened a man from air pasta clippers barefoot man from one town in australia and play had placed by his bed last tuesday his slippers and he went to sleep he found one of the slippers were was missing he saw one of the slippers was missing in the morning the snake with the slipper inside of it was found on friday the sally hill who helped catch the snake with her partner norman told local news about her theory as to why the reptile devoured the slipper there are lots of mice impossible's and whatnot out the year in my opinion is a rat were possum had crawled onto the slipper and left a cent on it or peed on it or something like that or maybe there was a rat or a mouse in slipper that that that can help maybe maybe it was attached to a human foot snake was given to her that where it got x rayed and sure enough there was a slipper in there and on monday because the snake can't digest it in there they performed surgery on the snake and removed the slipper and then the the snake was able to recuperate and was let loose a bloody severed foot that's pretty weird isn't it i think so that big pile up crashing weaver canyon up near echo junction one person killed in the pile up the interstate eighty in summit county mile marker one seventy two was canyon was essentially closed for most of the day utah high with troll officials identified the man killed as sixty one year old oskar longoria of m missouri the traffic was diverted at the old echo road utah highway patrol asking drivers to completely avoid the as i recall the westbound lanes from echo junction i mean like clear down to austin you know you they were closed all day the the eastbound lanes going up toward evanston they finally opened one lane of traffic to go up through there but i mean it was just and if you saw pictures of it was just a.

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"boa  o" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The the product of over three years of development work astronauts could be peering out these windows in 2002 2003 in south i'll monte kris ankarlo kfi news north korea's making more threats against guan the country state run news agency says it's looking into plans to fire four ballistic missiles in the waters off of guam to contain us military bases there military leaders are planning to deliver the plans to north korean leader kim jong un in the coming days north korea made a similar warning against guan yesterday after president trump vowed that any threats by north korea would be met by what he called a fire in fury from the us secretary of state rex tillerson says he believes north korea's rhetoric is getting louder and more threatening because of a global pressure being put on the country but he says americans should not worry sir tillerson says president trump is sending a message to north korea in a language that its leader can understand tillerson says the us can and will defend itself and our allies a gym owner in atlanta has banned some people from working out at his facility a sign on the door says police and military members are not welcome the owners says police who work out there are generally minorities who were uncomfortable with law enforcement atlanta pds as the policy won't prevent them from responding to an emergency at the gym a family in florida found something in their attic but it wasn't a toy a sun reported hearing noises and said he saw sneak through an opening in the ceiling animal control officers were not able to catch it until the family is probably a diamond back rattlesnake and expert was called in and found it well it turned out be a colombian red boa constrictor that appear to be living in the attic for four years a woman in florida has a boomer ring it keeps coming back chan and forced her first lost her class ring in a car wreck shortly after she graduated in 1979 our data vinci found the ring it upon shop the next time.

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"boa  o" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"boa o" Discussed on AP News

"Oh when a woman was attacked by a boa constrictor shirt spectrum i face a wife a fire fired her saved her by killing the snake one of two that she had rescued and appeals court says the faa should consider stopping airlines from further shrinking the size of seats a consumer group has sued i'm jackie quinn taxi drivers in croatian of protested friday against rides hailing service uber is the height of the tourist season kooks soon hundreds of drivers participated causing a major traffic slow down outside the main tourism center of dubrovnik demonstrations also disrupted traffic around the airports in splits and the capital of saw grab copies want the service to be banned claiming it has been operating legally in the country for two years this isn't the first protest taxi drivers also demonstrated against uga in june the country's transport minister criticised the protest and said the government is preparing new legislation to address the issue protest a bozo miletic each said we want the laws to be equal for everyone meanwhile oubre in croatia cooled friday's protest absolutely unacceptable and selfish spain is appealing a measure passed by the regional parliaments of catalonia allowing it to fast track a declaration of independence if it's voters choose to secede the region is planning in october first referendum and the central government in madrid is looking to block the votes spain's prime minister reiterated there would be no referendum because it was unconstitutional the catalan parliament types the measure approved wednesday will allow the wealthy northeastern region to declare independence with in forty eight hours of the referendum polls consistently show the seven point five million catalans evenly divided on secession but a majority wants a referendum the issue has caused a rift in relations between spain and catalonia for years slams longest novel leading maker of computer chips it reported record high quarterly profits on sales thursday analysts say it likely nudged aside intel's two decade rain as the leading maker of semiconductors on an annual basis samsung semiconductor division is widely expected to overtake intel sales this year mobile devices and data are the keys to understand ending sam songs of sent out the.

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